In TLR’s previously published story “DEVELOPING NEWS:Costa Rica Devotee Brenda Kempster of LINK AMERICAS Foundation Quickly Moves to Delete Information and Data From Link’s Website In Re Barack Obama Inaugural Gala Amid Exposure on The Leslie Brodie Report” we wrote:
“The Leslie Brodie Report has learned that Costa Rica devotee — Ms. Brenda Kempster, CEO of controversial non-profit LINK AMERICAS Foundation — has caused the removal of all data and information relating to LINK AMERICAS’s $167,145.00 peculiar sponsorship of Barack Obama Inaugural Gala from LINK AMERICA’s website.
CALIFORNIA EMERGING TECHNOLOGY FUND (“CETF”) DIRECTORS: Sunne McPeak, AARP’s Barbara O’Connor, CETF’s Adviser and Costa Rica devotee — Kempster Group’s Brenda Kempster of Link Americas Foundation / ICT Literacy Portal sponsored by CETF. Link Americas Foundation’s Kempster and O’Connor are under scrutiny in connection with 2009 expense totaling $167,145.00 celebrating the inauguration of Barack Obama.
Specifically, a visitor to LINK AMERICAS’s website who wishes to view the content found @:
will encounter the following message:
The requested URL /gala2009.htm/ was not found on this server.”
As was mentioned earlier, LINK AMERICAS and Directors Dave Leveille, Elva Lima Of Verizon Communication, Richard Methia, Cheryl Meils, David Saedi, AARP’s Barbara O’Connor of Lucas Public Affairs, Dan Throgmorton, and Brenda Kempster represented to the IRS that an expense of $167,145.00 was utilized for “The 2009 Link Technology Serving Humanity Global Literacy Gala was held in Washington, DC to promote the advancement of Information and communication technology literacy in the areas of Life, Information, Nature, and Knowledge (Link) throughout The Americas.”
In actuality, however, the sole reason behind the aforementioned “gala” was “celebrating the Inauguration of The Honorable Barack Obama Forty-fourth President of the United States of America and The Honorable Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Vice President of the United States of America and the 111th Congress of the United States.”
TLR was remiss in failing to mention that data and information were deleted by agents of LINK AMERICAS Foundation also from the following webpages:
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