The constitutionalist faction of the U.S. military last month arrested three World Health Organization officials—besides Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu—who were in the United States to discuss the importance of “mandates in a free society” with members of the criminal Biden regime’s State Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, sources at JAG and General Smith’s office told Real Raw News.
As reported on December 24, United States Marines apprehended Dr. Ihekweazu outside an Annapolis, Maryland, hotel. Ihekweazu had sacrificed celebrating the holiday season with his family in Germany and instead journeyed across the Atlantic Ocean for a clandestine rendezvous with the CDC’s Rapid Response Team. Vigilant investigators and the sometimes seemingly omniscient eyes and ears at U.S. Army Command ensured that Ihekweazu never attended the illicit gathering. Instead of seeing his criminal co-conspirators, he saw the cloistered confines of a GITMO cell, where he awaits a much-deserved military tribunal.
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Ihekweazu, it turns out, was one of four WHO officials to enter the United States in late December. The others were Dr. Jarbas Barbosa, Regional Director for the Americas; Dr. Samira Asma, Assistant Director-General, Data, Analytics, and Delivery; and Dr. Kacper Chlebak, Special Envoy for Eastern European Operations. They, like Ihekweazu, had schemed to meet their U.S. co-conspirators after Christmas in Annapolis, Maryland.
Of the four total, only Ihekweazu reached a hotel before being apprehended by White Hats. In contrast, Barbosa, Asma, and Chlebak, who had come to the U.S. aboard flights from different points of origin, were caught and arrested shortly after leaving Dulles International Airport’s arrival terminal.
White Hats, our source said, were especially interested in capturing Chlebak, who had authored an “academic paper” on the importance of imposing mandates on and restricting the movement of populations that enjoyed too many freedoms. His paper, purportedly endorsed by HHS Secretary Alex Azar, posited a novel notion: Americans, in particular, were mentally and emotionally incapable of deciding for themselves which scientific and medical criteria necessitated restrictive mandates. Chlebak, a Polish citizen, wrote that people who listen to the likes of Joe Rogan and Donald Trump and regurgitate their “fake science” talking points endangered civilization. It was Chlebak’s professional opinion that COVID-19 and vaccine denialists be confined so they can’t spread disinformation during global crises. Moreover, he peddled the idea that American freedoms, as codified in the U.S. Constitution, should be curtailed to preserve “the order of things,” described as a world united behind established medical protocols.
“Only Americans challenged vaccine and social distancing mandates. Their North American neighbors in Canada understood mandates were needed to safeguard lives, even if no one was hospitalized or sick with Sars-Cov2. Another opportunity has presented itself, and we must avail ourselves of it: The very people who rebelled against mandates are now so consumed with fighting ‘wokeism,’ we can slip mandates under their clogged noses, and they won’t notice until it’s too late,” Chlebak had written.
When JAG somehow obtained Chlebak’s travel itinerary, it made sure investigators were at the airport ready to tail him. Chlebak had retrieved a single suitcase from the luggage carousel before exiting the terminal and catching a UBER. Investigators followed the UBER through downtown D.C. and northeast along Interstate 95 toward the Baltimore area, cutting it off near a rest stop in Savage, Maryland. Chleblak bolted from the vehicle, while the panic-stricken driver sat silently in the car with both hands clutching the steering wheel.
Chleblak pulled a pistol from his jacket and fired three shots at the investigators, but the bullets missed their marks and instead sailed through the air or struck their vehicles. One investigator fired a Taser, and Chlebak fell to his knees and dropped his pistol.
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How Chlebak boarded a flight while carrying a sidearm either on his person or in carry-on luggage is unknown; even if the pistol had been stored in checked baggage, he hadn’t had an opportunity to retrieve it.
Our source said that Chlebak was taken into custody and brought to a JAG detainment center.
He added that the investigators injected the frightened UBER driver with a drug that induces sleep and causes short-term memory loss.
“The recipient of the injection will wake up with a vague, elusive memory that seems more like a dream than something that really happened. I’m unfamiliar with pharmacokinetics, so I can’t describe how it works.”