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Now that the family has conducted their own independent DNA analysis on the man in the movie, we know for a fact the man in the movie is not John Hartley Robertson.
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+OuatMedia  See the documentary The Imposter for the reliability of sisters being able to positively ID their long lost brothers. Wishful thinking is powerful. And so called positive IDs have sent plenty of innocent people to jail. That's why we rely on DNA evidence. Which the family has now sourced. And it's shown Ngoc is not JHR. You're really splitting hairs claiming the mtDNA test is more conclusive. What's your goal post? If the nDNA test indicates there's a 1 in 10 million chance it's a false negative and the mtDNA test indicates there's a 1 in billion chance it's a false negative, it's pretty academic at that point. The smart money is Ngoc just ain't JHR. I know you guys got a film to sell, but, come on. Finally the film maker tested only one tooth. The testing lab's own documentation on this test require a second control tooth. Ngoc's alleged provenance is he's half French, half Vietnamese. As a boy he could have easily been moved around a lot by a father who was a soldier or a merchant, resulting in an isotope level that's a mix of various regions and just happens to match someplace in the USA. The USA is a very big and diverse geological area. There will certainly be some place that matches within error bars unless you have the second control tooth. You should consider publishing the actual report and submitting it to peer review. Finally, the "brain trauma" claim might be true or might be a cover to explain why he couldn't remember obvious stuff, stuff no man should ever forget, like the names of his children or the men he served with. Why not take him to a neurologist to see if you can confirm this brain trauma story.
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Google on "aetherius rational wiki" to find out what a hilarious fraud George King, founder of the aetherius society, was.
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Free talk this Friday Oct 18, Toronto

Did a Canadian filmmaker find a left behind Vietnam vet or did credulous Toronto media give new life to an old scam?

#unclaimed #mia #torontostar #macleans #toronto  

https://www.facebook.com/events/246590105490349/
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#legoland considers adults potential threats unless they're with children. Great way to stoke a climate of fear, #lego . This uncle to 6 nieces and nephews will never buy another brick of lego ever again until this discriminatory policy is changed. #vaughan #ontario  
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Power of wishful thinking. Smart people fooled http://bit.ly/14622xu  http://bit.ly/1462hZq  #unclaimed
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Update: the family recently raised funds for a dna test on the man in the movie (known as Ngoc). They compared his DNA to a family member of the late JHR. There was no match. The man, as green berets who investigated his claim years ago have said, he's a hoaxer. The missionary in the film and the film maker were hoodwinked by a known scammer.
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The family recently funded a DNA test of the man in the movie and compared it with a relative. There was no match. The man in the movie is not JHR. He's just a viet scammer. Sorry.
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Legoland Vaughan turned away a kindly elderly man and his adult daughter thinking they posed a threat!
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amazing what you can do with lego. been to one of the traveling museum of that piece of.. toy and sen some nice pieces. better than what most call "art". 
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Karl is Canadian but please don't hold that against him. He's a technical writer and host of two podcasts:

1) The Conspiracy Skeptic (www.yrad.com/cs)
2) Seoul Survivors (www.gokorea.info)

Karl is an occasional contributor to The Long Run Blog, a blog about skepticism and finance/money.

Karl currently lives in Toronto and works as a Director of Communications and Social CRM guru to pay the bills. In some circles he is known as "the Bad Boy of Social CRM", a title he gave himself and no one but Karl actually uses to describe him. So, feel free to mock him openly.

From 2000-2003, Karl worked for a dot.com in Seattle that once had a bigger market value than the combined GDP of any three Central African nations you care to mention. Before the NASDAQ crashed, he was a paper dot.com millionaire.

From 2003 to 2008 Karl taught English in Seoul, South Korea. He wanted to take a little break from the computer world after the dot.com implosion. Karl eventually got his fill of Asia, rice, and banana milk and returned to his old career.

Previous to his dot.com experience, Karl was a computer entertainment columnist for a major Canadian daily newspaper and authored four non-fiction books about the Internet. He's written for the CBC, Toronto's Eye Magazine, the Washington Post Syndicate.

Karl is currently Director of Communications at TouchBistrio.com.
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They're an authorized repair outlet for Whirlpool appliances. I'm not sure what QA procedure you have to pass to be authorized by Whirlpool but I suspect it's not much. I booked a Sunday appointment. Got a very specific Noon to 5 pm slot. Waited around all day. No one came. No one tried to contact me to tell me they wouldn't be able to make it out. Wasted a day. You might well too. Avoid.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Remember the glory days of the themed restaurant? Planet Hollywood? Rainforest Cafe? Supermodel Cafe? Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede? Yeah, me neither. Barely. The formula seemed to be put some memorabilia in a glass case and then charge $15 for a burger and potato chips. That's $15 in 1998. The Works takes you back to the glory days of the themed restaurant without over selling it. You're kind of taken back to an era, dare I say glory days, when North Americans made stuff in factories. You put on a shop apron, checked your red checked lunch pail in a locker, and got to work on the line building cars because Americans needed cars and well no one else was making cars so they'll buy these cars. Doesn't matter if they work. I'm talking 1974. They even got the soundtrack right. Oh my. That was the best part. The glory days (there I go again using that term) of Detroit Motor City straight up AOR rock 'n' roll. W4. Before it went Country-Western. JJ and the morning crew. Arthur Penhallow. Baby. I'd come back just for the music and the reminder of the glory days when I was relevant. And their $15 burgers are at least good. Though no one knew what chipotle was in 1974. You can never go back, as they say. Do watch the chipotle. It's a mite zingy.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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This place is closed. It is now a burrito place.
Food: Poor to fairDecor: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago