Joint Chiefs Chairman General Joseph Dunford Press Conference: U.S. Troop Deaths and Niger Mission…

[Extensive Regional Back-Story after Presser and MSM report] – Earlier today Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford held a press conference to discusses the four U.S. deaths during a mission in Niger on October 3rd and 4th.  General Dunford walks through the initial timeline as an investigation is ongoing:


WASHINGTON — An emerging theory among U.S. military investigators is that the Army Special Forces soldiers ambushed in Niger were set up by terrorists, who were tipped off in advance about a meeting in a village sympathetic to local ISIS affiliates, three U.S. officials who have been briefed on the matter told NBC News.

The group of American Green Berets and support soldiers had requested a meeting with elders of a village that was seen as supportive of the Islamic State, and they attended the meeting at around 11 a.m. local time Oct. 4, after a long night of patrolling, the officials said. Such meetings are a routine part of the Green Beret mission, but it wasn’t clear whether this meeting was part of the unit’s plan.

Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, did not address that theory when he briefed reporters on the incident Monday. He said the troops had been on a reconnaissance mission.

Three weeks after a deadly attack that has become a political flashpoint, the U.S. military is grappling to get a handle on the basic facts of what led to the deaths of four service members — and the growing chorus of questions about the U.S. mission in Niger and other parts of Africa.

Among the questions, Dunford said, was whether the mission changed; whether the intelligence was good enough, and why one of the fallen soldiers was separated from the rest of the unit.

“We owe you more information; more importantly, we owe the families of the fallen more information,” Dunford said. “Did the mission change? It’s a fair question.”

Investigators are leaning toward a conclusion that local militants used the meeting in the village of Tongo Tongo to mount a sneak attack, officials said. Villagers sought to delay the troops as they tried to leave the village, according to officials. Once they departed, in unarmored vehicles, militants attacked them with small arms and machine-gun fire, the officials said.

The solders dismounted and began returning fire, and were soon facing mortars and rocket-propelled grenades launched from “technical” vehicles — light military vehicles — the officials said.

The soldiers got back in their trucks and retreated about a mile before they were ambushed again. The attackers had trapped the Americans in a kill zone, the officials said, where they could envelop them in fire.

The two separate ambush sites could explain why Sgt. La David Johnson’s body was found more than a mile from the coordinates from which the other dead and injured troops were evacuated by helicopter. (read more)


To give you a little back-story on our troops in the area, perhaps it would be beneficial to understanding the scale of the Niger mission, against the regional terror threat and the ISIS aligned network of Boko Haram as it existed in 2014.

2014: Nigerian Media Reporting U.S. Marines Assisting With Arrests Of Suspected Members Of Boko Haram.  In 2014, during the initial “Bring Back Our Girls” campaign,  we were discussing a reality of the U.S. having TWO Rapid Response forces in the immediate area.    Each comprising 250 rotating Marine contingents.

One group stationed in Sudan trying desperately to maintain security for the semi-evacuated U.S. Embassy and interests.   AND THE OTHER right next door *still* engaged in the #SurrenderKony Campaign against the Lords Resistance Army.


NIGERIA2014: US Marines currently in Nigeria to help the government combat Boko Haram terrorists have made their first arrests taking two male suspects into custody after they were found in possession of arms and ammunition during a targeted search.

Over the last week, US Marines have arrived in Nigeria to help with the fight against terrorism after Boko Haram took their war of terror to another level by abducting 234 pupils from Government Girls Secondary School Chibok in Borno State. Acknowledging that the matter was getting beyond its control, the Nigerian government swallowed its pride and accepted outside help.

With the abduction coming at a time when Nigeria is hosting World Economic Forum on Africa and in between two horrific bomb blasts in Abuja, there has been a lot of international offer of support. France, the UK, the US and China have all offered differing degrees of support in the form of intelligence, training and military assistance. (read more)


Everything eventually comes full circle. The dissonance within this tweet below and subsequent article is a story unto itself. Obviously six years ago when Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice, Samantha Power and President Obama were destroying Libya the progressive movement needed to stick their head in the sand regarding predictable future consequences.

The Obama/Clinton short-sighted Libya fiasco created situation where regional extremists became well armed, and now the Obama/Clinton supporters are wondering why?

Let’s take a little trip down memory lane

Several years ago we wrote about how those massive stores of former terror armament looted from the Gadhaffi caches was going to be a major -yet unreported- story. We’re not talking about a few pounds of yellow-cake, or a few Man-Pads. No, we’re talking about 20,000+ shoulder fired SAAMs, Stinger Missiles, hundreds of Man-Pads and thousands of canisters of mustard gas and serin componentry.

The story everyone sealed up in the too-big-to-scale files of military FUBAR.

Yeah, that story.


Because of the insufferable stupidity of Hillary Clinton, Samantha “R2P” Power, and Susan “short-sighted” Rice putting NATO engagement/support behind Libyan Justice Minister, turned interim leader of the al-Qaeda “rebels“, Abdel Jalil, we ended up opening a wholesale flea market for decades worth of Gadhaffi weapons to be dispatched all over the Middle East and Africa.

Back in 2011 – (February 25th and 26th to be precise) While the African U.N. contingents were screaming for urgent response to the potential Libyan garage sale, Obama’s cabinet position U.N. Ambassador, Susan Rice, was holding court at a global climate change summit discussing “Bovine Flatulence” ie. Cow Farts.

Susan Rice skipped the U.N Security council meeting, and Obama was playing golf. Does anyone remember those nineteen days of silence? Anyone?

You cannot make this stuff up.

Senior Director for Multilateral Affairs Samantha Power, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice, President Barack Obama

2011 Senior Director for Multilateral Affairs Samantha Power, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice, President Barack Obama

So the U.N. Security Council met without the U.S. present and determined to charge the Gadhaffi regime as international criminals; charge them under indictment with the International Criminal Court, and set a series of sanctions forbidding anyone (well they actually only forbid western nations that actually abide by the U.N.) from putting weapons into the hands of the “rebels”; or anyone else in Libya for that matter.

So with the rest of the world on the outside watching but doing nothing, Obama golfing and Rice talking about cow-farts, Zurich Mike penned the most apt description to the events as they were unfolding: “The Zoo Keeper has been threatened to hide and the Big Cat Zoo Cages have been opened“…..

……Everything else happened as a consequence.

President Deby in Chad was beside himself as he watched truckloads of shoulder fired missiles, picked up from Libya by al-shabbab, drive through his country headed South. No-one paid attention to his screams and warnings.

“The Islamists of al-Qaeda took advantage of the pillaging of arsenals in the rebel zone to acquire arms, including surface-to-air missiles, which were then smuggled into their sanctuaries in Tenere,” a desert region of the Sahara that stretches from northeast Niger to western Chad, Deby said in the interview.

“This is very serious. AQIM is becoming a genuine army, the best equipped in the region,” he said.

His claim was echoed by officials in other countries in the region who said that they were worried that al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) might have acquired “heavy weapons”, thanks to the insurrection. “We have sure information. We are very worried for the sub-region,” a Malian security source who did not want to be named said. AQIM originated as an armed Islamist resistance movement to the secular Algerian government.

It now operates mainly in Algeria, Mauritania, Mali and Niger, where it has attacked military targets and taken civilian hostages, particularly Europeans, some of whom it has killed. “We have the same information,” about heavy weapons, including SAM 7 missiles, a military source from Niger said. “It is very worrying. This overarming is a real danger for the whole zone,” he added. “AQIM gets the weapons in two ways; people go and look for the arms in Libya to deliver them to AQIM in the Sahel, or AQIM elements go there themselves.”

Chad President Deby

Elsewhere in the interview, Chad’s president backed the assertion by his neighbour and erstwhile enemy Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi that the protests in Libya have been driven in part by al-Qaeda. “There is a partial truth in what he says,” Deby said. “Up to what point? I don’t know. But I am certain that AQIM took an active part in the uprising.” (more)

The White House and their foreign policy team FUBAR’d – big time.

Everything else from that point in 2011 was a matter of: a.) trying to keep the problem from public discussion, and b.) trying to track down the missiles with various ruses and schemes to make it seem as if they were not actually trying to track down the missiles.

All of a sudden, if you knew what to look for, you saw mysterious stories about vessels from Sudan to Yemen being sunk for some unknown reason.

Lords Resistance Army - LRA - Joseph Kony - UgandaSimultaneously, Hollywood jumped in and the LRA “Joseph Krony” manhunt was created. – For this Hollywood CIA/NSA angle think about the movie “Argo” –

Ask yourself: What ever happened to *that mission*, and how come it just disappeared?

In Afghanistan an order was given to “discontinue close air support” because, again coincidentally, our helicopters were *suddenly* getting shot down at a much higher rate than before the Libyan SAAM’s/Stingers went missing.

Coincidence my ass !

Then viola’ in Benghazi a joint U.S. CIA/Consulate was attacked during an ongoing covert mission to retrieve “what”? DUH ! The same friggin’ SAAM’s we previously just allowed to be picked up in the al-Qaeda garage sale. Gee, people wondered what was the $300k to $500,000 cash in Ambassador Chris Stephens safe for ?

Oh yeah, and then what happened…..

….. A formerly insignificant military wing of al-Shabbab all of a sudden can take over a natural gas depot in Mali with hundreds of Western employees/hostages. Apparently the on-land piracy was viewed as a better alternative to the Ocean bound activity once those Libyan freebies were available. “Ah-hoy Matey” replaced with “al-ahu akbhar”.

[We’ll skip the Kenya Mall terrorist attack because no-one has yet to really figure out how a rag tag bunch of terrorists were able to BLOW UP a five level parking garage. DUH x 2.]

For almost six full years EVERY ACTION in the region was about strategic retrieval of the “stuff” from the Libyan garage sale. The garage sale President Obama and Hillary Clinton put up the signs for.


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87 Responses to Joint Chiefs Chairman General Joseph Dunford Press Conference: U.S. Troop Deaths and Niger Mission…

  1. kinthenorthwest says:

    Damn the $hit is really really deep…How can anyone even attempt to clean up the DC Swamp $hit.

    Liked by 13 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      I don’t know if these creatures will face punishment in their lifetime but I sleep well knowing that when they meet their Maker, justice will be handed down on each and everyone of them! They will spend eternity in never ending fire 🔥.

      Our President wasn’t exaggerating when he says that he has been handed a mess. The weapons used that night against our troops very easily could have come from the Barry and Hillary garage sale.

      God only knows how many of our men and women will fall victim to the weapons that were taken.

      Liked by 6 people

    • carrierh says:

      kin, swamps are cleaned every day and even centuries ago when there was not the equipment we have today to drain a swamp. Karma is coming on for the Clintons, Obamas, Soros, McCain, and so many others and they are running desperate. They knew nothing about anything except to remove rulers like Qaddafi who kept Libya under control and these idiots thought they could turn them around better for themselves but instead made it better for islam under many names. May they rot in Hell very soon after being hanged for treason. They never seemed to think ahead of what they wanted and have caused so much death, misery and hate in the ME that threatens so many. They deserve nothing less than being removed from our planet. May God have mercy on them but I do hope He will send them to the opposite of Heaven.

      Liked by 1 person

    • MrE says:

      The rabbit hole goes deep, Alice…

      Liked by 1 person

    • skaebne says:

      Draining a swamp is straightforward — but you can’t put the alligators in charge,


  2. Brant says:

    Seems like we have Fast and Furious on steroids.

    Liked by 17 people

  3. eagledriver50 says:

    The situation is coming FULL Circle…IF there every was a time to take down the powers, OUR PDJT is doing it. Nothing else matters…It is ALL Chaff. Once ISSIS was defeated in Raqqa, ALL eyes will turn to African Continent. The wing of Boka Harim MUST be decimated above all else or there will be no peace in the world as we know it…Good Article Sundance.

    Liked by 19 people

    • Niagara Frontier says:

      We need an immediate inventory of ALL visas issued to nationals from these countries between 2008 and 2017. Assuming we can find them, their status in the United States needs to be reevaluated now.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Thecleaner says:

        I fully expect they will turn this all over to Mueller and his brigade of legal weasels for a thourough investigation and sanitization of any incriminating evidence.

        Liked by 1 person

    • The Boss says:

      I think you’re spot on. Africa is next. Which countries will take the lead in cleaning up the RITs (Radical Islamic Terrorists)? And how will China react, given its investments in African resources? Like President Trump has said many times…Obama left him a gigantic mess.

      Liked by 2 people

  4. Brant says:

    I guess we know where the $150 B to Iran went to.

    Liked by 11 people

  5. Minnie says:

    Thank you, Sundance, the scope of the facts is overwhelming but you break it down concisely and clearly.

    It’s difficult and maddening to learn the depths to which the former administration went to cause the mass destruction it intended.

    As Mr. President stated, obunghole is a “sick, sick man”.

    May he, and all he colluded with, die a slow and torturous death and rot in eternity.

    It’s almost too much to grasp.

    And mudslime media continue their diversions.

    Liked by 14 people

  6. Brant says:

    Did Niger happen because he was cleaning up Raqqa? He’s not allowed to have a win.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. Katie says:

    Blood on her hands…now we know why she’s pointing the finger away from her and on to President Trump.

    Liked by 17 people

    • nimrodman says:

      nice catch, Katie

      Liked by 7 people

    • lastinillinois says:

      Well this explains why those african girls were kidnapped and forced into slavery (sexual and otherwise).

      And the ‘president’ at the time did nothing other than send “hashtag messages”.

      “Never let a crisis go to waste”, right Dems ?

      Liked by 9 people

    • benifranlkin says:

      omg how ironic is that! I wonder if La David’s wife knows that. Wacky Wilson crafts the demise of one of her own constituents in that god forsaken place and she yells “look, squirrel”.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Maybe someone should send this link to McCain. He must have been unconscious when this happened.

      Liked by 1 person

    • stats guy says:

      Well now, that’s very interesting. Wilson and Susan Collins, so special. From the public law:

      Enhance, pursuant to existing authorities and
      restrictions, the institutional capacity, including military
      capabilities, of the Government of Nigeria and partner
      nations in the region, as appropriate, to counter the threat
      posed by Boko Haram.

      Bring back our girls. Nigeria and partner nations.

      You have to give credit to those who can lie unflinchingly to deflect from their own actions. Wilson can have it both ways, brag about her bill to go after Boko Haram AND do the hyper-partisan lie to taint the opposition party.

      It is a skill..yeah, we can call it immoral yada yada…but Alinsky would be proud.

      Oh and btw….the last little barfy boilerplate

      SENSE OF
      .—It is the sense of Congress that
      lack of economic opportunity and access to education, justice, and
      other social services contributes to the ability of Boko Haram to
      radicalize and recruit individuals.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Lucille says:

      How to signal virtue in one easy lesson…

      Article quote: “We will continue to wear red every Wednesday until the last Chibok girl being held hostage has returned home,” said Congresswoman Wilson.

      I assume she wears a bright red sequined cowboy hat each Wednesday. Wonder what Collins wears.

      Liked by 3 people

    • seabrznsun says:

      Thanks Katie. Going on to read the article on the tweet, which seems to especially highlight Florida (D) Rep. Wilson, explains “…Boko Haram has pledged allegiance to ISIS and continues to commit terrible acts of brutal violence against civilians in Nigeria as well as in Chad, Cameroon, and Niger,” said Senator Collins, who authored and originally introduced the bill.
      It’s a shame “empty barrel” Wilson, with her big glittering cowgirl hat and extra large accessories, seems to have come to the forefront grabbing attention for this when Rep. Collins is actually due the credit.


    • dutzie60 says:

      The tweet is incorrect. The bill was about Nigeria not Niger.

      In a long-awaited victory, the U.S. House of Representatives today by a voice vote passed H.R. 3833/S. 1632, legislation introduced by Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson (D-Florida) and Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine) to help combat Boko Haram.

      The measure directs the U.S. secretaries of State and Defense to jointly develop a five-year strategy to aid the Nigerian government; members of the Multinational Joint Task Force created to combat Boko Haram; and international partners who’ve offered their support to counter the regional threat posed by the insurgents. The strategy also would address the crushing humanitarian and education crises the terrorists have created.


      • benifranlkin says:

        Niger/Nigeria cheek to cheek…”combat Boko Haram”…ISIS by another name….same effort from our military……Wacky Wilson talking out of both sides of her mouth.

        Liked by 1 person

    • carrierh says:

      Play, is this the Wilson who lied about what Trump said to the wife of one killed in Niger? If so, then it is clear she is part of the problem and none of the solution and needs to be arrested as well and removed from Congress!

      Liked by 1 person

      • Maquis says:

        Yes, it is she.

        I am wondering now if the Widow, clearly respectful and gracious when speaking to the President, had to be “told” what the bad White Man REALLY meant?

        Wouldn’t be surprised if it was Wilson.


  8. youme says:

    Why congress is the most hated institution in America right now

    Senators Develop Selective Amnesia About U.S. Troop Presence in Niger After Combat Deaths

    U.S. Africa Command officials have repeatedly briefed Congress on the troop presence in Niger in recent years:

    Also, both former President Obama and President Trump had formally notified Congress in writing about the U.S. military actions in Niger.

    Just this past March, U.S. Africa Command head USMC Gen. Thomas Waldhauser testified before Senator John McCain’s Senate Armed Services Committee:

    Liked by 4 people

  9. Howie says:

    The best plan would be to abolish CUA an Profilr.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. tvollrath66 says:

    Crooked deserves to suffer a horrible dth. I don’t see how anyone can defend her period….

    Liked by 2 people

  11. tvollrath66 says:

    Crooked deserves to suffer a horrible dth. I don’t see how anyone can defend her period….


  12. tvollrath66 says:

    Crooked deserves to suffer a horrible dth. I don’t see how anyone can defend her period….


  13. FofBW says:

    Indeed, Obama left PT a “mess”!!

    also, would be nice if the MSM went after the Las Vegas shooting with the same ferocity as this Niger ambush.

    Liked by 7 people

  14. Publius2016 says:

    McCarthur warned about war in Asia and Africa follows closely for savagery. Very sad that the Obama Administration opened the gates to hell. Ghadafy was no angel but the devil you know…

    Liked by 5 people

  15. Nchadwick says:

    Then we wonder why others around the world despise us!

    Unless you are willing to seek outside *US* information and critically evaluate it — you will never see the evil and corruptness in the US

    Sadly it has taken until the last couple of years for me to realize that….

    God Bless President Trump, I feel that he is our only hope to MAGA

    Liked by 7 people

  16. William F Buckley's Ghost says:

    I read that French military helicopters were stationed nearby and could have come to the rescue of our patrol BUT Nigeria prohibits any aerial fired weapons from being used in Nigeria. The French were unable to join the battle because of the rule. My two cents…if that’s the rule we pack up and leave!

    Liked by 1 person

  17. Greenmirror says:

    That Operation Zero Footprint has left some huge tracks.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    WOW….. Some I knew but it’s so DEEP… lot’s to chew
    Sundance – a standing Ovation for you 👏👏👏👏👏👏

    Liked by 4 people

  19. Paco Loco says:

    I worked in Borno State Northern Nigeria in 1977. I was part of a small field ops team surveying a microwave radio route for NITEL, the Nigerian long distance telco. Nasty hot country. Lots of the country is desert along the border with Chad. Lake Chad, is effectively a giant mirage as it’s been a dry lake for years. It’s all mostly populated by poor Hausas Muslims running the larger towns with a few Christian villages that had survived the genocidal Biafra War. The Islamic village chiefs were always unfriendly while the Christian village chiefs usually friendly. Flying into Midugary from Kano, there was the skeleton of a crashed Nigerian Airlines passenger jet burned out at the end of the runway…somewhat unsettling to see as the plane landed. The city was a real shit hole and the locals living in squalor. I also surveyed in and around Bauchi which was mostly jungle. All the wild life had been killed and eaten years ago. The gigantic ant hills that were all over the country side were memorable. Lots of burned out automobile wrecks along the roads which we full of pot holes.

    I spent several months running around in a Jeep and saw some pretty nasty living conditions and a lot of poor people. The Islamic influence in Borno State was prevelant and back in those days I was too young and inexperienced to know much about Islam or to fear it’s adherents. You couldnt get me to return there for a million bucks. Hell on earth.

    Liked by 10 people

  20. Have Gun Will Travel says:

    The deaths of these great Soldiers and the mission at large in Niger has now become a political cause with the dems to try and harm our Commander-in-Chief. They have dis-honored those three Green Berets and Soldier, and will wind up placing the rest of the troopers in that area at greater risk.
    The effort in Niger is an important part of the fight against ISIS (and AQ as well).

    Liked by 7 people

  21. Bacall says:

    Sundance, thank you for this excellent piece. It is sobering beyond words. Truly the ruling class of the United States is so stupid; they place us all at risk with nary a care. Have you ever seen a Warren Buffet, Mark Zuckerberg or Bill Gates express any concern for Americans’ lives because of the mistakes made in Libya?

    Liked by 5 people

  22. This is worth reading: “The U.S. has conducted these kinds of missions around the world since the 1950s. At times we have had as few as a dozen of these operations, and at others several hundred in as many as 80-plus countries simultaneously. These ‘phase zero’ special operations missions allow the U.S. to mitigate the threat before it grows—and they do so without making the U.S. the ‘world’s policeman.’ Nothing about these missions is new or hidden, and none of it should surprise anyone who has spent more than a week on Capitol Hill.”

    Liked by 7 people

  23. andi lee says:

    Village Chief of Tongo Tongo has been arrested and is in the custody of Niger forces. This article states, motorbikes were pushed out of the village, then, started up to avoid notice.

    Our military were walked into an hostile militant stronghold?

    I just read multiple of articles but one of the articles stated, the french air support, overhead, did not have radio contact with the army on the ground.

    Were communications knocked out?

    Another thing, the Mayor Hassane of Tongo Tongo district, gave Voice of America (VOA) his first interview to a western media. The Mayor points out no civilians were harmed.
    Political ambitions, much?

    Liked by 1 person

  24. positron1352 says:

    We left poor President Deby hanging. Another hanging Chad.


  25. Ziiggii says:

    Congress has known about the Niger missions since at least June!

    United States military personnel in the Lake Chad Basin continue to provide a wide variety of support to African partners conducting counterterrorism operations in the region. In Niger, there are approximately 645 United States military personnel deployed to support these missions. In Cameroon, approximately 300 United States military personnel are also deployed, the bulk of whom are supporting United States airborne intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance operations in the region. These forces are equipped with weapons for the purpose of providing their own force protection and security, and they will remain in Cameroon, with the consent of the Government of Cameroon, until their support is no longer needed.


  26. Watcher says:

    I remember watching our first TV when I was a kid the de colonization of Africa. It was brutal in a lot of countries. The Africans for the most part were European ruled city dwellers or primitive tribes.
    Islam existed in Africa mostly on the Mediterranean coast, Egypt, and the red sea coast. When the European colonists fled corruption and fighting for power reigned and still does. Witness Rwanda, Uganda, Libya, etc.
    The vacuum created invited money and Islam. And then there’s the minerals.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Plain Jane says:

      Does Cameroon fit in there also? Bands of killers were cutting off arms of young boys perhaps 20 years ago. I don’t remember if the killers were muzzies, but somehow I can imagine they were. Anyway blood ran in the streets.


  27. individualright says:

    I still think that one of Obama’s minions in the deep state gave away our soldiers’ positions in Niger and caused the ambush. The deaths of these last 4 are directly on Obama. That is why you are only seeing lower level BLACK democrats on tv. It is sickening the way the dems are still using blacks.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. POP says:

    Trust the 3rd world “ally”/ associates with information that can get you killed and it will get you killed eventually.


  29. JimmyJack says:

    I have to say, I shudder to think of what La David might have gone through in the two days he was in Niger, alone. Many scenarios, each worse than the one before, especially when you know details of other similar situations such as Mogadishu.

    I hope he was dead by the time the others were extracted and he was spared some suffering.

    I am concerned as to what state his body was in that his widow was not allowed to view it. These Muslim militants are utter savages.


  30. William Westchester says:

    This is EXACTLY what happened in ‘Nam. There IS a fix: announce Plan ALFA but execute Plan BRAVO.


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