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LIFEBOAT FOUNDATION

Post 7187427 View on 8kun

Bringing over my post from late last bread..

Twit Anon had this and needs EYES ON

Found this on JE

Belonged to foundation building bunkers

LIFEBOAT FOUNDATION

Now scrubbed from net

Looks just like photos from Little St James!!!

https://twitter.com/hurlgr/status/1154464984526491649/photo/1

Post 7187531 View on 8kun

>>7187427

ARCHIVE LINK FOR EPSTEIN LIFEBOAT

https://web.archive.org/web/20140228233556/https://lifeboat.com/ex/bios.jeffrey.epstein

Why anyone would post that without the link is beyond me.

Wish we had the archive for the other picture..

THIS IS WHY YOU ARCHIVE BEFORE POSTING LINKS HERE OR ELSEWHERE

FFS, this is not a game

Post 7187679 View on 8kun

>>7187449

^^^^^^^^^^^^^

This is connected to this

Life Extension Foundation

http://www.lifeextensionfoundation.org/

LE funds researchers denied funding by governments

It was founded by Saul Kent and William Faloon in 1980.[1][2]

In 1987, the FDA raided the Life Extension Foundation's warehouse, and charged Kent and Faloon with 27 counts, including that of distributing unapproved drugs, in later dropped charges. In response Kent and Faloon opened the FDA Holocaust Museum, a one-room museum that contains "books and articles about life extension" and comparisons between the FDA and the Nazis.[3]

In May 2013, the Internal Revenue Service revoked the Life Extension Foundations tax-exempt status, retroactive to 2006.[4] Forbes reported that "The IRS’ problem with the Foundation is […] an entirely worldly one: it asserts the membership organization’s operations seem to be too entwined with the for-profit Life Extension Buyers Club."[5] LEF filed a Complaint for Declaratory Judgment on August 7, 2013, in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia challenging the IRS' allegations.[6] In 2018 the exemption was reinstated retroactive to the date it was revoked (May 2013).[7] [8] (Employer Identification Number 591746396)

Its most recent tax filing at the time stated that it had assets of over $25 million and netted more than $3 million on revenue of more than $18 million that year.[5]

On February 8, 2018 the name of the Life Extension Foundation, Inc was changed to Biomedical Research and Longevity Society, Inc.[9]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Life_Extension_Foundation