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TrxiZ

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The German NATO Airstrike ordered by Georg Klein
« on: August 08, 2012, 18:40:58 PM »
Georg Klein who gave the green light for the September 4, 2009 air strike in the north Afghan region of Kunduz, will be formally named general in late 2013.

During this so called "Operation" more than 100 People died. Most of them where civilists. I Think there are no much words need to say but to keep in mind
what happend to the afghan civilists and where the Fail was in this case.

After this there was a big missunderstoodment from NATO, US, and Germany and Angela Merkel really was "*ed of".

You can read the whole Story in the Global Intelligence Files.

About Geord Klein, his failing killed more than 100 People now it seems he is getting a promotion for this.

The case about the involvement of Georg Klein was dropped later.

A Bundeswehr investigation identified 102 families of civilian victims. In June 2010 Germany announced it will pay $5,000 to each of almost all of the identified families, as an ex gratia payment without admitting liability.
@wikipedia

Think about Julian Assange, Think about Bradley Manning - did they get any Medal for what they where doing or any promotion ?

The German NATO Airstrike ordered by Georg Klein

The #gifiles:
During the #ddos use this
 http://mirror2.wikileaks-press.org/gifiles/releasedate/2012-08-08-00-the-german-nato-airstrike-ordered-by-georg.html
Sources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kunduz_airstrike
« Last Edit: August 10, 2012, 13:00:04 PM by T »

TrxiZ

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Re: The German NATO Airstrike ordered by Georg Klein
« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2012, 11:08:52 AM »
Email-ID    1016280
Date    2009-09-11 14:31:01
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example of *ed iron frau

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: "Marko Papic"
To: "watchofficer"
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2009 7:17:01 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: G3 - GERMANY - Berlin asks NATO partners to keep quiet on deadly
bombing

Berlin asks NATO partners to keep quiet on deadly bombing

Published: 11 Sep 09 09:00 CET
Online: http://www.thelocal.de/national/20090911-21857.html

The German government has issued a round of formal diplomatic protests to
fellow NATO countries, asking them to refrain from criticising a
controversial air strike called by the Bundeswehr in Afghanistan last
week.

The Foreign Ministry told daily Financial Times Deutschland on Friday that
German ambassadors had issued the demarches in NATO allied countries. The
formal protests asked that officials wait until the NATO probe of the
incident had concluded before commenting on the deadly bombing.

In Paris the protest was not well-received, the paper said.

a**What should a minister say if such an attack kills 80 and there are
civilians among them? Nothing?a** an unnamed diplomat told the paper.

On Tuesday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejected a**prejudgementa** of
the air strike in a speech to parliament.

Merkel assured the bombing of two fuel trucks in the northern part of the
country last Friday would be thoroughly investigated amid concerns it
caused scores of civilian casualties.

She lashed out at widespread criticism by many of Germanya**s closes
allies before NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF)
completed its investigation of the incident.

a**I wona**t tolerate that either here at home or abroad,a** she said.

The German government and military have faced immense pressure in recent
days after Col. Georg Klein called in NATO air support to destroy two fuel
tankers hijacked by the Taliban near the Afghan city of Kunduz. Berlin at
first contended that only Islamist insurgents had been killed in the air
strike, but ISAF announced shortly after Merkel's speech that there had
been an unspecified number of civilian victims.

French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner has described the strike as a
"big mistake" while Afghan President Hamid Karzai blasted the German
commander's call in an interview with French daily Le Figaro: "What an
error of judgement!"

http://www.thelocal.de/national/20090911-21857.html

####

Email-ID    1087227
Date    2009-12-23 14:50:27
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This is getting bigger and bigger. I don't see this becoming a serious
issue for Merkel. But this is NOT going to help in US-German relations.
Note that this was an ISAF report, which I can only imagine was written by
Americans.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Marko Papic"
To: "os"
Sent: Wednesday, December 23, 2009 7:49:00 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: [OS] GERMANY - Report says Bundeswehr lied during Kunduz strike

Report says Bundeswehr lied during Kunduz strike

Published: 23 Dec 09 10:02 CET
Online: http://www.thelocal.de/national/20091223-24131.html

The German military deliberately misled the American fighter pilots who
carried out the Kunduz air strikes in which up to 142 Afghans, including
many civilians, were killed, daily Frankfurter Rundschau reported
Wednesday.

Citing a confidential investigation report by the International Security
Assistance Force (ISAF), the paper reported that Bundeswehr Colonel Georg
Kleina**s communications officer falsely claimed the German troops had
a**enemy contacta** to justify the September 4 strike.

According to the report, the officer, codenamed "Red Baron 21," was acting
on instructions from Col. Georg Klein, who ordered the deadly air strike.

Red Baron 21 knowingly misled the flight control centre that was
instructing the two F-15 fighters that carried out the attack, saying
troops were in a**immediate dangera** in order a**to make it possible for
the mission to go ahead,a** the ISAF report said, according to the
Frankfurter Rundschau.

But no such enemy contact had taken place. Under the ISAF rules, such an
air strike can only go ahead if troops are under fire or immediately
threatened. But at the time of the attack, the nearest German troops were
nearly eight kilometres away in the Kunduz Bundeswehr field camp. If the
report is correct, then the Germans breached the regulations.

The victims of the air strike on two hijacked petrol tankers included many
civilians, sparking a political maelstrom in Germany. Franz Josef Jung,
who was Defence Minister at the time of the attack, was forced to resign
along with Germanya**s top soldier Wolfgang Schneiderhahn and senior
Defence Ministry bureaucrat Peter Wichert after it emerged the government
had falsely claimed no civilians were killed in the attack.

Now there is increasing pressure on Junga**s successor, Karl-Theodor zu
Guttenberg, along with Chancellor Angela Merkel, to explain the
information debacle that followed the attack. The lower house of the
parliament or Bundestag, will begin an inquiry into the governmenta**s
handling of the affair in January.

The latest revelations will increase the stakes further.

News magazine Der Spiegel recently reported that Col. Klein turned down
the F-15 pilotsa** request to do a a**fly overa** of the two stranded
tankers, giving the people on the ground time to flee.

This fact, along with the alleged false claim that German troops had had
contact with the Taliban, would mean Col. Klein breached ISAF protocols on
air strikes

http://www.thelocal.de/national/20091223-24131.html

####

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read piece from yesterday to understand level of US criticism.

as for france, berlin takes that differently, particularly when context of
us-german relations is considered.

not saying she is not miffed at french

----- Original Message -----
From: "Eugene Chausovsky"
To: "EurAsia AOR"
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2009 8:08:56 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: Re: [Eurasia] G3 - GERMANY - Berlin asks NATO partners to keep
quiet on deadly bombing

And France's criticism wasn't?

Marko Papic wrote:

yeah but US allowed its criticism to go public

----- Original Message -----
From: "Eugene Chausovsky"
To: "EurAsia AOR"
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2009 8:05:32 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: Re: [Eurasia] G3 - GERMANY - Berlin asks NATO partners to keep
quiet on deadly bombing

Ooh Merkel is *ed....but I don't think this is all directed at the
US. Kouchner was pretty vocal in denouncing the airstrike as well, its
just that Merkel is super sensitive right now as she tries to figure out
her coalition situation ahead of the election.

Antonia Colibasanu wrote:

Berlin asks NATO partners to keep quiet on deadly bombing

Published: 11 Sep 09 09:00 CET
Online: http://www.thelocal.de/national/20090911-21857.html

The German government has issued a round of formal diplomatic protests
to fellow NATO countries, asking them to refrain from criticising a
controversial air strike called by the Bundeswehr in Afghanistan last
week.

The Foreign Ministry told daily Financial Times Deutschland on Friday
that German ambassadors had issued the demarches in NATO allied
countries. The formal protests asked that officials wait until the
NATO probe of the incident had concluded before commenting on the
deadly bombing.

In Paris the protest was not well-received, the paper said.

a**What should a minister say if such an attack kills 80 and there are
civilians among them? Nothing?a** an unnamed diplomat told the paper.

On Tuesday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejected
a**prejudgementa** of the air strike in a speech to parliament.

Merkel assured the bombing of two fuel trucks in the northern part of
the country last Friday would be thoroughly investigated amid concerns
it caused scores of civilian casualties.

She lashed out at widespread criticism by many of Germanya**s closes
allies before NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF)
completed its investigation of the incident.

a**I wona**t tolerate that either here at home or abroad,a** she said.

The German government and military have faced immense pressure in
recent days after Col. Georg Klein called in NATO air support to
destroy two fuel tankers hijacked by the Taliban near the Afghan city
of Kunduz. Berlin at first contended that only Islamist insurgents had
been killed in the air strike, but ISAF announced shortly after
Merkel's speech that there had been an unspecified number of civilian
victims.

French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner has described the strike as a
"big mistake" while Afghan President Hamid Karzai blasted the German
commander's call in an interview with French daily Le Figaro: "What an
error of judgement!"

http://www.thelocal.de/national/20090911-21857.html

####

Email-ID    1689561
Date    1970-01-01 01:00:00
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To    [email protected]
example of *ed iron frau

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: "Marko Papic"
To: "watchofficer"
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2009 7:17:01 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: G3 - GERMANY - Berlin asks NATO partners to keep quiet on deadly
bombing

Berlin asks NATO partners to keep quiet on deadly bombing

Published: 11 Sep 09 09:00 CET
Online: http://www.thelocal.de/national/20090911-21857.html

The German government has issued a round of formal diplomatic protests to
fellow NATO countries, asking them to refrain from criticising a
controversial air strike called by the Bundeswehr in Afghanistan last
week.

The Foreign Ministry told daily Financial Times Deutschland on Friday that
German ambassadors had issued the demarches in NATO allied countries. The
formal protests asked that officials wait until the NATO probe of the
incident had concluded before commenting on the deadly bombing.

In Paris the protest was not well-received, the paper said.

a**What should a minister say if such an attack kills 80 and there are
civilians among them? Nothing?a** an unnamed diplomat told the paper.

On Tuesday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejected a**prejudgementa** of
the air strike in a speech to parliament.

Merkel assured the bombing of two fuel trucks in the northern part of the
country last Friday would be thoroughly investigated amid concerns it
caused scores of civilian casualties.

She lashed out at widespread criticism by many of Germanya**s closes
allies before NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF)
completed its investigation of the incident.

a**I wona**t tolerate that either here at home or abroad,a** she said.

The German government and military have faced immense pressure in recent
days after Col. Georg Klein called in NATO air support to destroy two fuel
tankers hijacked by the Taliban near the Afghan city of Kunduz. Berlin at
first contended that only Islamist insurgents had been killed in the air
strike, but ISAF announced shortly after Merkel's speech that there had
been an unspecified number of civilian victims.

French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner has described the strike as a
"big mistake" while Afghan President Hamid Karzai blasted the German
commander's call in an interview with French daily Le Figaro: "What an
error of judgement!"

http://www.thelocal.de/national/20090911-21857.html

####

Email-ID    1689561
Date    1970-01-01 01:00:00
From    [email protected]
To    [email protected]
example of *ed iron frau

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: "Marko Papic"
To: "watchofficer"
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2009 7:17:01 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: G3 - GERMANY - Berlin asks NATO partners to keep quiet on deadly
bombing

Berlin asks NATO partners to keep quiet on deadly bombing

Published: 11 Sep 09 09:00 CET
Online: http://www.thelocal.de/national/20090911-21857.html

The German government has issued a round of formal diplomatic protests to
fellow NATO countries, asking them to refrain from criticising a
controversial air strike called by the Bundeswehr in Afghanistan last
week.

The Foreign Ministry told daily Financial Times Deutschland on Friday that
German ambassadors had issued the demarches in NATO allied countries. The
formal protests asked that officials wait until the NATO probe of the
incident had concluded before commenting on the deadly bombing.

In Paris the protest was not well-received, the paper said.

a**What should a minister say if such an attack kills 80 and there are
civilians among them? Nothing?a** an unnamed diplomat told the paper.

On Tuesday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejected a**prejudgementa** of
the air strike in a speech to parliament.

Merkel assured the bombing of two fuel trucks in the northern part of the
country last Friday would be thoroughly investigated amid concerns it
caused scores of civilian casualties.

She lashed out at widespread criticism by many of Germanya**s closes
allies before NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF)
completed its investigation of the incident.

a**I wona**t tolerate that either here at home or abroad,a** she said.

The German government and military have faced immense pressure in recent
days after Col. Georg Klein called in NATO air support to destroy two fuel
tankers hijacked by the Taliban near the Afghan city of Kunduz. Berlin at
first contended that only Islamist insurgents had been killed in the air
strike, but ISAF announced shortly after Merkel's speech that there had
been an unspecified number of civilian victims.

French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner has described the strike as a
"big mistake" while Afghan President Hamid Karzai blasted the German
commander's call in an interview with French daily Le Figaro: "What an
error of judgement!"

http://www.thelocal.de/national/20090911-21857.html

####

Email-ID    1705693
Date    1970-01-01 01:00:00
From    [email protected]
To    [email protected]
This is getting bigger and bigger. I don't see this becoming a serious
issue for Merkel. But this is NOT going to help in US-German relations.
Note that this was an ISAF report, which I can only imagine was written by
Americans.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Marko Papic"
To: "os"
Sent: Wednesday, December 23, 2009 7:49:00 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: [OS] GERMANY - Report says Bundeswehr lied during Kunduz strike

Report says Bundeswehr lied during Kunduz strike

Published: 23 Dec 09 10:02 CET
Online: http://www.thelocal.de/national/20091223-24131.html

The German military deliberately misled the American fighter pilots who
carried out the Kunduz air strikes in which up to 142 Afghans, including
many civilians, were killed, daily Frankfurter Rundschau reported
Wednesday.

Citing a confidential investigation report by the International Security
Assistance Force (ISAF), the paper reported that Bundeswehr Colonel Georg
Kleina**s communications officer falsely claimed the German troops had
a**enemy contacta** to justify the September 4 strike.

According to the report, the officer, codenamed "Red Baron 21," was acting
on instructions from Col. Georg Klein, who ordered the deadly air strike.

Red Baron 21 knowingly misled the flight control centre that was
instructing the two F-15 fighters that carried out the attack, saying
troops were in a**immediate dangera** in order a**to make it possible for
the mission to go ahead,a** the ISAF report said, according to the
Frankfurter Rundschau.

But no such enemy contact had taken place. Under the ISAF rules, such an
air strike can only go ahead if troops are under fire or immediately
threatened. But at the time of the attack, the nearest German troops were
nearly eight kilometres away in the Kunduz Bundeswehr field camp. If the
report is correct, then the Germans breached the regulations.

The victims of the air strike on two hijacked petrol tankers included many
civilians, sparking a political maelstrom in Germany. Franz Josef Jung,
who was Defence Minister at the time of the attack, was forced to resign
along with Germanya**s top soldier Wolfgang Schneiderhahn and senior
Defence Ministry bureaucrat Peter Wichert after it emerged the government
had falsely claimed no civilians were killed in the attack.

Now there is increasing pressure on Junga**s successor, Karl-Theodor zu
Guttenberg, along with Chancellor Angela Merkel, to explain the
information debacle that followed the attack. The lower house of the
parliament or Bundestag, will begin an inquiry into the governmenta**s
handling of the affair in January.

The latest revelations will increase the stakes further.

News magazine Der Spiegel recently reported that Col. Klein turned down
the F-15 pilotsa** request to do a a**fly overa** of the two stranded
tankers, giving the people on the ground time to flee.

This fact, along with the alleged false claim that German troops had had
contact with the Taliban, would mean Col. Klein breached ISAF protocols on
air strikes

http://www.thelocal.de/national/20091223-24131.html

####

G3 - GERMANY - Report says Bundeswehr lied during Kunduz strike

Released on 2012-08-08 00:00 GMT
Email-ID    1720488
Date    1970-01-01 01:00:00
From    [email protected]
To    [email protected]
Report says Bundeswehr lied during Kunduz strike

Published: 23 Dec 09 10:02 CET
Online: http://www.thelocal.de/national/20091223-24131.html

The German military deliberately misled the American fighter pilots who
carried out the Kunduz air strikes in which up to 142 Afghans, including
many civilians, were killed, daily Frankfurter Rundschau reported
Wednesday.

Citing a confidential investigation report by the International Security
Assistance Force (ISAF), the paper reported that Bundeswehr Colonel Georg
Kleina**s communications officer falsely claimed the German troops had
a**enemy contacta** to justify the September 4 strike.

According to the report, the officer, codenamed "Red Baron 21," was acting
on instructions from Col. Georg Klein, who ordered the deadly air strike.

Red Baron 21 knowingly misled the flight control centre that was
instructing the two F-15 fighters that carried out the attack, saying
troops were in a**immediate dangera** in order a**to make it possible for
the mission to go ahead,a** the ISAF report said, according to the
Frankfurter Rundschau.

But no such enemy contact had taken place. Under the ISAF rules, such an
air strike can only go ahead if troops are under fire or immediately
threatened. But at the time of the attack, the nearest German troops were
nearly eight kilometres away in the Kunduz Bundeswehr field camp. If the
report is correct, then the Germans breached the regulations.

The victims of the air strike on two hijacked petrol tankers included many
civilians, sparking a political maelstrom in Germany. Franz Josef Jung,
who was Defence Minister at the time of the attack, was forced to resign
along with Germanya**s top soldier Wolfgang Schneiderhahn and senior
Defence Ministry bureaucrat Peter Wichert after it emerged the government
had falsely claimed no civilians were killed in the attack.

Now there is increasing pressure on Junga**s successor, Karl-Theodor zu
Guttenberg, along with Chancellor Angela Merkel, to explain the
information debacle that followed the attack. The lower house of the
parliament or Bundestag, will begin an inquiry into the governmenta**s
handling of the affair in January.

The latest revelations will increase the stakes further.

News magazine Der Spiegel recently reported that Col. Klein turned down
the F-15 pilotsa** request to do a a**fly overa** of the two stranded
tankers, giving the people on the ground time to flee.

This fact, along with the alleged false claim that German troops had had
contact with the Taliban, would mean Col. Klein breached ISAF protocols on
air strikes

http://www.thelocal.de/national/20091223-24131.html

####

G3 - GERMANY - Berlin asks NATO partners to keep quiet on deadly bombing

Released on 2012-08-08 00:00 GMT
Email-ID    1738709
Date    1970-01-01 01:00:00
From    [email protected]
To    [email protected]
Berlin asks NATO partners to keep quiet on deadly bombing

Published: 11 Sep 09 09:00 CET
Online: http://www.thelocal.de/national/20090911-21857.html

The German government has issued a round of formal diplomatic protests to
fellow NATO countries, asking them to refrain from criticising a
controversial air strike called by the Bundeswehr in Afghanistan last
week.

The Foreign Ministry told daily Financial Times Deutschland on Friday that
German ambassadors had issued the demarches in NATO allied countries. The
formal protests asked that officials wait until the NATO probe of the
incident had concluded before commenting on the deadly bombing.

In Paris the protest was not well-received, the paper said.

a**What should a minister say if such an attack kills 80 and there are
civilians among them? Nothing?a** an unnamed diplomat told the paper.

On Tuesday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejected a**prejudgementa** of
the air strike in a speech to parliament.

Merkel assured the bombing of two fuel trucks in the northern part of the
country last Friday would be thoroughly investigated amid concerns it
caused scores of civilian casualties.

She lashed out at widespread criticism by many of Germanya**s closes
allies before NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF)
completed its investigation of the incident.

a**I wona**t tolerate that either here at home or abroad,a** she said.

The German government and military have faced immense pressure in recent
days after Col. Georg Klein called in NATO air support to destroy two fuel
tankers hijacked by the Taliban near the Afghan city of Kunduz. Berlin at
first contended that only Islamist insurgents had been killed in the air
strike, but ISAF announced shortly after Merkel's speech that there had
been an unspecified number of civilian victims.

French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner has described the strike as a
"big mistake" while Afghan President Hamid Karzai blasted the German
commander's call in an interview with French daily Le Figaro: "What an
error of judgement!"

http://www.thelocal.de/national/20090911-21857.html

####

GERMANY - Report says Bundeswehr lied during Kunduz strike

Released on 2012-08-08 00:00 GMT
Email-ID    1746588
Date    1970-01-01 01:00:00
From    [email protected]
To    [email protected]
Report says Bundeswehr lied during Kunduz strike

Published: 23 Dec 09 10:02 CET
Online: http://www.thelocal.de/national/20091223-24131.html

The German military deliberately misled the American fighter pilots who
carried out the Kunduz air strikes in which up to 142 Afghans, including
many civilians, were killed, daily Frankfurter Rundschau reported
Wednesday.

Citing a confidential investigation report by the International Security
Assistance Force (ISAF), the paper reported that Bundeswehr Colonel Georg
Kleina**s communications officer falsely claimed the German troops had
a**enemy contacta** to justify the September 4 strike.

According to the report, the officer, codenamed "Red Baron 21," was acting
on instructions from Col. Georg Klein, who ordered the deadly air strike.

Red Baron 21 knowingly misled the flight control centre that was
instructing the two F-15 fighters that carried out the attack, saying
troops were in a**immediate dangera** in order a**to make it possible for
the mission to go ahead,a** the ISAF report said, according to the
Frankfurter Rundschau.

But no such enemy contact had taken place. Under the ISAF rules, such an
air strike can only go ahead if troops are under fire or immediately
threatened. But at the time of the attack, the nearest German troops were
nearly eight kilometres away in the Kunduz Bundeswehr field camp. If the
report is correct, then the Germans breached the regulations.

The victims of the air strike on two hijacked petrol tankers included many
civilians, sparking a political maelstrom in Germany. Franz Josef Jung,
who was Defence Minister at the time of the attack, was forced to resign
along with Germanya**s top soldier Wolfgang Schneiderhahn and senior
Defence Ministry bureaucrat Peter Wichert after it emerged the government
had falsely claimed no civilians were killed in the attack.

Now there is increasing pressure on Junga**s successor, Karl-Theodor zu
Guttenberg, along with Chancellor Angela Merkel, to explain the
information debacle that followed the attack. The lower house of the
parliament or Bundestag, will begin an inquiry into the governmenta**s
handling of the affair in January.

The latest revelations will increase the stakes further.

News magazine Der Spiegel recently reported that Col. Klein turned down
the F-15 pilotsa** request to do a a**fly overa** of the two stranded
tankers, giving the people on the ground time to flee.

This fact, along with the alleged false claim that German troops had had
contact with the Taliban, would mean Col. Klein breached ISAF protocols on
air strikes

http://www.thelocal.de/national/20091223-24131.html


TrxiZ

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Re: The German NATO Airstrike ordered by Georg Klein
« Reply #3 on: December 24, 2012, 00:57:27 AM »
here are the Original Links.

http://wikileaks.org/gifiles/releasedate/2012-08-08-00-the-german-nato-airstrike-ordered-by-georg.html

Georg Klein will get his promotion in early 2013.


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