Keeping Hope A Lie – One Year Later: The Trayvon Martin story is on Legacy Media provided Life Support

The million hoodie march is now a couple hundred race-baiting foolsgathering to beat their drums and demand mo’ money under the guise of ‘In-just-us’.   Laughable at best

(AP STORY)  Martin’s parents, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, were joined by actor Jamie Foxx and a crowd of about 200 people on Tuesday evening in Manhattan’s Union Square Park. They lit candles and held a moment of silence at 7:17 p.m., the time Martin was fatally shot on Feb. 26, 2012.

Hoodie Scheme 2Now the report from Treeper Admin Ytz4Me:  (Updated @1:17 am ET)

NEW YORK CITY -   The hints were there. Online articles about the Zimmerman case elicit comments that support Zimmerman’s contention that he acted in self-defense by over a margin of 6 to 1; the Martin family attorney who spearheaded the agitation for the Capias suddenly lawyers up himself and seeks to avoid being “put on the record”; and the ongoing failure of the various iterations of the “Trayvon Martin Foundation aka “Justice for TM” ” to raise any meaningful or significant funds.

The Trayvon Martin “cause” however, continues to live on, with life breathed into its metaphorical corpse by a corrupt legacy media desperate to maintain the fiction that institutional racism is alive and well in Obama’s America. On life support, the manufactured faux rage of the chattering class continues to be splashed across the pages of online editions of print newspapers and monthlies; and on “specials” by the cable news cabal regurgitating the same tired tropes first put forth by Ryan Julison.

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Tonight marked the anniversary of the night of that fateful – and fatal – encounter. February 26th, 2012 was the night that changed the lives of the Zimmerman and Martin families forever – the night that Trayvon Martin decided that he would respond with fists and fury, and die from the close range shot of man terrified and bloodied by the brutal assault.

Most people in Sanford, FL seek to move on.  The requisite retribution has been made
to the local Black Grievance Industry (BGI).  The politically inconvenient White Chief of Police, who did not see any merit for a Probable Cause affidavit was relieved of his duties in a tortured vote of non-confidence, replaced by a reliable black steward from a gang infested and crime plagued dark corner of Illinois.  Local newspapers in Sanford reported that “dozens” were expected at a hastily arranged “Memorial Vigil”.  It was clear that interest had waned.

People had other, more pressing concerns, and as more distressing details about the true Trayvon Martin – not the sweet child of Ryan Julison’s imagination - became public, the sympathy that the Martin family was first able to evoke melted away as well.

New York, however, would be different.  Crump, Martin and Fulton were flown in, and at the center of the media world, would be fêted and fetishized.  There would be a “Vigil” in New York, and it would be a homage to all that is good and true in the artificial artifice that is liberal, progressive New York.

As I exited the subway station at Union Square, at first I was concerned that I had misread the date and time. There were large numbers of young black men in hoodies, but they were hurrying down the stairs to the subway, away from Union Square.

As I mounted the steps, there was no din, no roar, no pent up emotion pulsing down the gangway as is typical of large public gatherings. Only the wind, and the swirling scraps of paper tossed by inattentive tourists provided background noise.

When I finally arrived at Union Square, what I saw was less a “Vigil” / “Memorial Service” / “Protest”, and more like a media scrum for a presser. There were no major network trucks parked like scarabs at the curbs, their satellite dishes blooming like mushrooms after a rainstorm, but a mere collection of second and third tier media with boom microphones and one man crews.

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By the time the actual candle lighting ceremony took place, the frustrated and frozen crowd had left, leaving very few people to recognize the “moment of silence”.

Circling the event thrice, I put the crowd at 200 – maybe if one is generous, 300 souls at most.  I’ve been to Bat Mitzvahs with a larger attendance.  The “oppressive” police presence toted up another 30 – 40 warm bodies, with the assorted media bringing up the rear with between 25 – 30, depending on what you categorize as “media”.

The first thing that struck me was the dearth of angry black men in hoodies. In fact, there seemed to be an overly large representation of fresh faced blonde co-eds holding up professionally produced placards declaring “Revolution or Nothing Less” and “Dignity for All“. Speaking to one of them later, it became obvious that they had been recruited as temp help/sign twirlers, and most had forgotten the basic instructions to ditch their college sweatshirts and wear hoodies. Oh well.


A cardboard cut-out of Trayvon Martin in effigy brought to the protest by the supporters of the Communist Party.  The majority of the crowd were white and middle-aged – not very “diverse”.  The legacy media should investigate that.

Aside from the paid sign twirlers/media props, the largest contingent seemed to be clad all in black with sweatshirts declaring them as members of the “National Action Network” (Al Sharpton’s professional grievance group).  Following that, greatly outnumbering the young black males in hoodies were earnest wealthy white Liberal women from the Upper West Side and Tribeca sporting smart $40 blowouts who wanted desperately for anyone in the black media to acknowledge their “anti-racism” stance and “concern for gun violence”.

Rounding out the cast of the forlorn were a group staffing a large table from “BA” feverishly trying to hawk the wares of Bob Avakian**. (“Constitution for the New Socialist Republic in North America”, “What Humanity Needs – Revolution and the New Synthesis of Communism”, etc.)  A small group of Bob Avakian acolytes tried to sell “commemorative” newspapers with the iconography of the hoodie-wearing, air-brushed, lighter, less-threatening Trayvon for a “donation” of $1.00, but during my time at Union
Square, I did not see a single sale.

The event, aside from being marginally attended, seemed to be one gigantic prop put in place for the black media to conduct “interviews” in order to keep the withering Trayvon Martin story alive.  This was met with limited success.  At one point, the organizers asked, “TV guys – are you okay?”, and when the response was, “NO” – the organizers then instructed the compliant NYU students to “move in close and kneel down so they can get their shots”.

When NBC’s the Grio was conducting interviews about the “New Jim Crow” and the
Stop the Mass Incarceration Network” and “Stop Stop and Frisk“, the paid help dutifully moved into view, provided a tight shot two to three deep, marginally sign twirling, giving the illusion of a “crowd”.  All shots were carefully stage managed and set up for maximum value.  All that was missing was a green screen.  I am sure NBC and the Grio back at the studio can helpfully photoshop in some additional warm bodies to plus up the non-existent “Protest”.

As I wandered around, taking notes and talking to participants, something struck me:   the “Vigil” was a motley collection of the delusional, the permanently embittered and the emotionally adrift.

The event was poorly planned, and even more poorly managed – if that was possible.  Confusion reigned.  The few people who had candles began to light them at about 6:45 p.m. just as the gloom was descending (both physical and spiritual).  The organizers had forgotten to request a working sound system in their permit request, so the speakers could not be heard.

At first, the  managers attempted a “Mike Check” group megaphone first test marketed in the “Occcupy” movement, but the cold and damp crowd refused to muster the enthusiasm
to keep it going.  Then they tried to get a “Call and Response” going – “We are Trayvon“,  “Hoodies Up“,  “Take to the Streets“… but that also quickly fizzled as well.

Seeing a sense of malaise, someone within the organizational management helpfully spread the rumor that the police had “cut” the power to the (non existent) Public Address system, causing the few hoodie wearing black males to cast a baleful look in the general direction of “New York’s Finest” while muttering about the need for “Constitutional
Attorneys” to solve the problem.  (What exactly did that mean?  Were they expecting a station wagon of “Constitutional Attorneys”  to roll up with a workable Public Address system and generator in tow and solve the logistical nightmare?  I was confused.)

At about 7 pm, the event began to turn into an anti-police rally. Rhetoric was brandished about that the police at the “Academy” are “taught” to hate and distrust all black men, and Zimmerman had the “same attitude” because he was “taught” by the police. (Try and keep up).

Benjamin Crump then began to speak.  The organizers did not keep the marginal crowd back, so those in the third ring could not see Crump, Martin or Fulton – and because of the lack of the PA system (again – due to a lack of planning and foresight, not some vast police conspiracy), hearing his whole address was difficult.

He repeated many of the same tired talking points he has test marketed within the sympathetic cable market – that a “black mother in Mississippi should have the same expectations as a wealthy white mother in Massachusetts“,  “America needs to live up to its creed“, and putting up hoodies is to “tell the world that it’s not what we wear on the
outside, it’s what’s on the inside
“.   Next, he raised his voice and tried to evoke a response from the crowd by declaring, “We need to end Stand Your Ground and Move to Share the Ground that God gave us” to limited effect.  He again revisited his “chased, profiled and pursued” verbiage and unsuccessfully tried to sustain another Call and Response of “I am Trayvon Martin“.

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Because of poor planning, lacking a proper Public Address system, Tracy Martin attempts to make do with a bullhorn, and fails miserably.  His “address” goes unheard.

Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton spoke, but I could not hear them, nor could the
majority of the crowd.  At this point, it was 7:10 p.m., and most began muttering in frustration as the crowd began to dissipate, before the designated 7:15 p.m. official “Candlelight Vigil” time.

Your faithful correspondent,


** Bob Avakian is apparently the current Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party.

His acolytes seemed to be the most bitterly disappointed by tonight’s proceedings, one declaring to me that “We were supposed to have a Revolution, and it was supposed to start tonight.  The parents came all the way from Florida and were not allowed to speak.”   (technically not true.  They did speak, but because of  there was no PA system, no one could hear them.  Not quite the same thing).

NB:  I asked several police officers on the scene for a crowd estimate.  None were willing to go on record, although one did laugh and tell me, “I think you can count them all yourself”.  ;)

In addition to Ytz4Mee’s highly accurate head count of “around 200″, the Associated Press has a write up of similar inconsequence.   However, in one of the most hysterical ironies so far, the author of the Associated Press article, Deepti Hajela, is apparently so embarassed by it he will not even link to it on his twitter feed.

The Trayvon Trashcan tour for donations to the scheme continues to fall flat; this, despite the propaganda push from the Lame Stream Legacy Media Complex.


The bloom is simply off the ruse. People are waking up to the fact this was a fabricated series of lies and manipulations put forth by the Professional Black Grievance Industy and advanced by an insufferable media complex more than happy to advance their bullsh!t  story.

Using the Tawana Brawley / Martin Lee Anderson strategy, the ‘Scheme Team’ made the fatal flaw of not vetting their victim or chosen perp of consequence. The kid with Skittles is now known to be a 17-year-old drug dealing thug; and the white vigilante who shot him is now known to be a hispanic victim of a fraudulent politically based malicious prosecution.     /Sundance

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119 Responses to Keeping Hope A Lie – One Year Later: The Trayvon Martin story is on Legacy Media provided Life Support

  1. John Galt says:

    The BS continues:

    @ :40 Trayvon walked out of his father’s apartment and went to the store to buy Skittles, some tea, as well as a snack for himself.

    @3:00 They tried to delay the trial, I think to sweep it under the rug.

    @4:25 The problem is institutionalized racism.

    • El Gordo Loco says:

      :47 “Never made it home”…the time line shows he more than likely DID make it home. He then doubled back and pursued Zimmerman.

      • Chip Bennett says:

        …the time line shows he more than likely DID make it home. He then doubled back and pursued Zimmerman.

        To be completely accurate, what the timeline shows is that any failure of Martin not to return to the safety of Brandi Green’s home resulted from choices made by Martin himself.

        Absent ping logs or GPS data, we don’t know whether he returned home and circled back, or if he waited in ambush near the sidewalk “T”.

        • John Galt says:

          “Absent ping logs or GPS data, we don’t know whether he returned home and circled back, or if he waited in ambush near the sidewalk “T”.

          This is a major problem with W8′s story. It does not account for the time gap. While she says that Trayvon was tired, scared, breathing hard, she doesn’t ever have him hiding. He ran, he lost the man, he walked fast from the back (Tracy said he came in the back gate). He’s right by his father’s house. (Interesting that W8 and Tracy also share that belief) No hiding from the man. Another big problem would be if Trayvon didn’t loiter by the mailbox thing, as stated by W8. Missing GPS data? How convenient.

          In drafting W8′s story, they made some errant assumptions because the NEN call was not specific enough as to Trayvon’s route for them to get it right. On the NEN call, Z doesn’t say Trayvon entered between houses, Z doesn’t mention parking at clubhouse and Trayvon going around the corner. Z does mention that Trayvon is near the clubhouse and mentions that Z is parked past the mailboxes. That gets transformed into Trayvon sheltering at the mail thing while the man is watching him.

          Listen / read the NEN call transcript and then watch the video of Z’s reenactment for the police. You can’t get the route information contained in the reenactment just from listening to the call.

  2. jordan2222 says:


    This is an outstanding report. Thank you very much.

    I think it is significant that the media appeared to anticipate that this would be a bust.

    Did you sense that?

    • boricuafudd says:

      I think they would know early on, by how many people were gathering. All they had to do is listen to the police scanner, if a large crowd was gathering the cops would call for more cops. 30-40 cops sounds like a large amount, but by NY standards that is about half of what would patrol Central Park on a weekend. A little more than twice what would normally be on the area of Union Square. That along gave me an indication of how bad it was.

      • ytz4mee says:

        They also had a large turnout from “Community Policing/Relations” whose main role seemd to be placating the needs of the professional victim class in the city. Speaking to the beat cops, it seems that it’s always the same faces with the same sad story. Yawn.

    • ytz4mee says:

      Yes. None of the media sent their “A” teams. It was a complete bust. The lame attempt at “man in the street” interviews was hilarious, too. Those who were not paid to be there couldn’t give a reason why they were there. Most were there to protest “police brutality” and “stop and frisk”, not Trayvon.

  3. ctdar says:

    Great report Ytz; you should have let me know you were in area, I would have taken a train in. Er SD that treeper bail money fund is still around :roll:

  4. John Galt says:

    “(What exactly did that mean? Were they expecting a station wagon of “Constitutional Attorneys” to roll up with a Public Address system and generator in tow and solve the logistical nightmare? I was confused.)”

    Don’t give them any ideas. Zero will have a First Amendment Ultra Plus on the agenda.

  5. nobaddog says:

    Thanks for the first hand report. You are very brave for going into what could have been a violent protest.

  6. justfactsplz says:

    Excellent, excellent article, great reporting. Reading your account of the event made me feel like I was right there. Good reporting. I am glad that the turn out was so puny. This charade has gone on long enough. People are finally starting to see the light. Local reporting here was short and sweet, showing very few people at the Sanford gathering. I had been concerned that the million hoodie march would garner up more bias against George’s upcoming court appearances. I am happy it turned out this way.

    • ytz4mee says:

      It was a complete bust. There were very, very few actual “attendees”. Most were paid to be there, or were part of the professional grievance/victim industry. (National Action Network, the Mass Incarceration Network, Stop Stop & Frisk, ad nauseum).

      By the time it got to the actual “Vigil”, the light drizzle had turned to freezing rain and the wind had picked up. Most people had bailed by then.

      • justfactsplz says:

        I guess they didn’t get to pass the trash can then, huh? The Martins may have to go and beg for their jobs back. My son in law in Tallahassee says Crump is a laughing stock there.

      • jello333 says:

        Some of us watched the online stream. Normally any crowd you see in a video like that looks bigger. But not so today… it was pretty easy to see that it was small, and in another thread I posted a guess of around 200 just before the guy doing the video said about that same figure. And your estimate, and the other reporter… so yeah, how anyone is gonna argue about that number is beyond me. Of course Bigboi tweeted there were “thousands” there, but…. Bigboi is special.

        • griz1234 says:

          You could raise a bigger crowd in Tampico, Illinois by announcing a pro-2nd-Amendment rally.

          • Alexandra M. says:

            Great reporting and I’m LOL-ING at the fact we had a bigger turn out at our school district’s choir concert yesterday at the high school!! :). We had to hire off-duty cops (great men and women!) to help with parking and traffic flow. AND I would like to add that the combined schools’ choir sang “America the Beautiful” for the finale!!!! Not a damn dry eye in the whole performance hall.

        • ytz4mee says:

          I was being very, very kind. In truth, I think there were a little of just over 100 “protesters”, including the paid sign twirlers. I would say they were genuinely no more than 2 doz people who were there for Trayvon, and they were very confused about how the whole vigil was managed. It was less a solemn “Vigil” and more a generic grievance festival with the same suspects.

          • jello333 says:

            “paid sign twirlers”… I like that.

            You know, if the TM supporters (including most of his family members) weren’t such horrible people, I could actually have a little sympathy for how far they’ve fallen over the past year. But as it is, the word that comes most to mind is… Pathetic.

  7. arkansasmimi says:

    Very well written and reported! Big THANKS!!! From pix I have seen lol only TrayDad and TrayMom had on hoodies :) and the posters in your pix as well as others I have seen. ALL HAVE RACIAL context!!! grrrr THANKS AGAIN!!!!

  8. howie says:

    Looks like an Occupoop Trayvon meetup.

  9. arkansasmimi says:

    LionHeartress‏@LionHeartress1 7 hrs ago
    #TRAYVON and his family are not alone. They have the support of millions! WE WILL NOT FORGET.

  10. diwataman says:

    Oh my god. is that cardboard cutout of Trayvon real? They really did do it after all. I told you all this wa getting creepy lol, I was just talking about that the other day “it rubs the lotion on it’s skin”, lololllool

    • sundance says:

      ROFLMAO :D That is what I thought when I saw the picture Ytz took of the cutout. LOL… you called it. You must be be a fortune teller, or psychic or something…. creepy.

      …”it rubs the lotion on its skin” :D OMG too funny.

      • Flaladybug says:

        LMAO….”it puts the lotion in the basket”. You guys crack me up….DAILY!! That is one CREEPY A$$ PICTURE for sure!! ;)

        • Flaladybug says:

          Truly not to be offensive….but does that cardboard cutout look kinda like a bobble head….or is that just me?? :)

          • arkansasmimi says:

            Hate to say this, but I can foresee these standup posters of TM being sold at places where other type stand up posters are sold. Just a matter of time. Something on the NEW PRODUCT LINE in the TradeMark business.

    • boricuafudd says:

      A life-sized 12-14 yr old to enhance their fantasies. So now they can have a visual to go with their mental fantasies.

    • ctdar says:

      Hahahahah ! Where’s the pit??

    • John Galt says:

      They took Rumpol’s suggestion: Trayvon cutout has hands in pockets.

    • My first thought when I saw that cardboard cutout was that Trayvon looks like he is hanging., Was that the image they were going for you reckon?

    • ytz4mee says:

      The cardboard cut out with the “Revolution” slapped across his chest was brought to the rally by the Bob Avakian, “Revolutionary Communist Party” acolytes. They were very, very proud of their TM cutout, waving it around and trying to start a chant for “Revolution Now”. Most people were really weirded out by it, and gave it wide berth.

      There were only two homemade signs at the rally. One was a protest sign against racial profiling, and the second was one made by a white liberal Mom for “Million Moms against Gun Control”. She kept following the media around until some fourth tier public access channel finally interviewed her. Her claims: The NRA controls all gun laws in the US, that the NRA “controls” Congress, and the right to bear arms is a “tyranny of the minority” because according to her, the “majority” of people in the US want gun control, and she is very very concerned about these “high capacity magazines”. She repeated all the current Prog talking points spewed on MSNBC and the like, like the mindless indoctrinated parrot she is. It was pathetic and sad.

      The rally really had nothing to do with Trayvon. The police on station said it was the same tired collection of grievance monkeys they see all the time.

      The majority of the news stations mentioned instead that Feb 26th was the 20th anniversary of the first World Trade Center bombings on Feb 26th, 1993. In NY, that had more currency/relevance.

  11. El Gordo Loco says:
    7:54 “Somebody that belonged to a loving family” ..where is the rest of the ACTUAL family? We only hear from Sabrina and Tracy, Where are all of Trayvon’s step-brothers and step-sisters? Were Tracy and Sabrina actually married? What about Tracy’s other wives and girlfriends? All of Trayvon’s step-moms and step-dads? Didn’t Sabrina have other kids from men other than Tracy? Where are these “loving family” members?

  12. sundance says:

    This picture is a metaphor for the BGI (the bear) Meeting Ytz4Me (the lioness)

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  13. cajunkelly says:

    I’ve one comment;

    That traydmark effigy is *so* wrong. Dude has his hands in his pockets….not possible. Those pockets would be down somewhere below his knees.

  14. I saw this comment on the bottom of the Reuters “Anniversary” article about the “protest” in NYC:

    “If my son was killed I would be at his gravesite the day he passed away and trying to work in that city not in New York trying to make money off his death …”

    • Flaladybug says:

      +1. As a mom of 4 boys I question MANY of Sybrina Fultons actions especially after hearing of his death!! I would not have put head to pillow until I was with my son and finding out EXACTLY what happened to him….that’s just me.

      • ftsk420 says:

        My wife said the same thing she said she would walk a million miles just to be with our son if this happen but yet Sybrina let Tracy and his girlfriend handle everything.

        • Sha says:

          I agree with your wife nothing but death would keep me from getting there. I would also be so mad at Tracy when I found out all the details that I wouldn’t even speak to him.

    • justfactsplz says:

      That’s what I said on another thread earlier. I doubt if she even went to his graveside this day.

  15. brutalhonesty says:

    “The event was poorly planned, and even more poorly managed “…hey julison, do yer job!

  16. Ytz4Me – I think you should offer your services to Robles and Stutzman in the form of classes on investigative journalism. Maybe they could pay you with some Pravda rubles or something.

    Great Job!

  17. Ytz4Me, thank you for the report. I appreciate being able to read a truthful report of an event like this. And, I agree it is very well written.

  18. Rona says:

    Great writing! It’s funny the difference a year and the truth will make. I live in Orlando, and my husband works in Sanford, last night he worked late, and I joked that he must be late because of all the “Vigil” traffic, I just got the wth are you talking about now look from him..I should add that he has not followed this case like I have.

  19. Flaladybug says:

    Ytz4Me…..OUTSTANDING WORK!! All of the admins here have done an EXCEPTIONAL JOB with the CTH and I am honored to be but a small nut on a branch!! ;)

  20. 22tula says:

    Excellent reporting ytz4mee. Sadly, the dirge continues.

  21. Alexandra M. says:

    Hey I wonder if any of the “paid attendees” actually cleaned up after themselves?
    The bday peace march was apparently a garbage dump after the folks left!
    C’Mon now Trayvonistas! Those cardboard Trays (inadvertent lol) are RECYCLABLE!!
    OMG…..the Earth! The Earth!!

    • ytz4mee says:

      That piece at NewsOne is a classic example of how the Progressives exploit and extrapolate. What they wrote is no where close to the truth about what actually happened, but what they WANTED to happen. To quote the handout from the “Stop Mass Incarceration Network” :

      “On February 26th, we must mark the murder of Trayon by wearing hoodies, by gathering in appropriate places and demonstrating our defiance and our determination to refuse to accept this mistreatment. Gather coming out of school, gather in your neighborhoods, take pictures of yourself and your friends and spread them everywhere”.

      They keep manufacturing the idea that TM is a spark to ignite a movement of outrage but nothing could be further from the truth. Deep down, the majority of people know *exactly* what TM really was – they see it everyday in their neighborhoods, and he was not what Sybrina Fulton and her handlers are desperately trying to mass market.

  22. CCG says:

    Thank for an excellent report!! You’ll never get a more accurate and unbaised account than that.

  23. ytz4mee says:

    One thing that surprised me: there wasn’t a table set up to sell TM schlock. No T-shirts, etc. The only group trying to sell anything were the Communists, who were trying to flog books and “commemorative newspapers”, as well as advertise their upcoming movie. I thought about going to see the movie for investigative purposes (BA speaks! Revolution – Nothing Less! Get With it!), allegedly premiering in NY, Chicago, LA and SF on March 16th and March 17th, but the movie is …… 7 hours long! 7 HOURS!!! From one of the “reviews” : “Yes, this is a film, but that is not its esssence. This is a daring, substantive, scientific summoning to revolution. 6+ hours that can change how you see the world and what you do with the rest of your life”.

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  25. ottawa925 says:

    Meanwhile, in Sanford the Leader of the DogPound was spotted …

    • arkansasmimi says:

      Hey all kidding aside. Didnt someone say BigBoi had hot check charges? LOL One of the co-organizers of the Trash Can vigil had a mugshop for hot checks too! And umm if you look at some of the name in the OS article, well some other Mug Shot folks was in the crowd.

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