"When law and morality contradict each other, the citizen has the cruel alternative of either losing his moral sense or losing his respect for the law."
Frédéric Bastiat; Free-market Economist
There are two versions of reality. There is the truth and there is the projection of truth. One has genuine value and the other has artificial worth.
Twelve people connected to Guadeloupe Solutions Pvt. Ltd. were executed in the early morning of December 11, 2015. The killings were coordinated and simultaneous. They took place in multiple locations along the east coast of the United States and on islands in the southern Caribbean Sea.
CIA operative Christopher Heyden was the only person associated with Guadeloupe Solutions to survive. A self-published book titled Evidence of Reality was sent to Heyden two weeks after the murders. The book provided details of the murders and pointed the finger at the likely killers. The plot of the book established the motive and the author implicated himself.
Guadeloupe Solutions was a joint DEA/CIA money laundering operation established to target Mexican drug cartels. Raven Systems LLC was hired to create the software needed to give Guadeloupe Solutions its evidence of reality. Raven Systems used an open source software program called Active Agenda to hatch the operation. Raven's executive leadership was the primary target of the assassins.
Evidence of Reality and Active Agenda had the same author. His name was Jonas Gilmore.
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) is a bureau of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Its mission is to safeguard the financial system from illicit use, combat money laundering and promote national security. FinCEN was assigned to lead the interview of Jonas Gilmore.
Jonas had dedicated his life and career to protecting people at work. His work history, his open source software project and two decades of professional publications reinforced his favored version of reality - the truth. His book revealed a perilous contradiction.
THE INTERVIEW would need to determine if Jonas Gilmore had donned a mask, or removed one.