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June 8, 2012

To all my visitor’s that look at my website:  Here is a confirmation of what  I prophecied about Israel will discover Oil in their own land.  I prophecied this on January 1, 2012.   Here is the article about Israel Oil:


Israel Discovers New Giant Off-Shore Oil and Gas Field

Another off-shore oil and gas find buries even deeper the old joke that Moses took the wrong turn. Stepping into the Red Sea a good sign?
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By Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu

First Publish: 6/3/2012, 3:43 PM


Made in Israel?

Made in Israel?
srael news photo: Flash 90

An Israel energy company announced Sunday it has discovered an off-shore energy field that may even surpass previous finds in terms of the possibilities of developingcommercial grade oil.

Israel Opportunity Energy Resources LP announced that its Pelagic licenses indicate 6.7 trillion cubic feet (TCF) of gas and 1.4 billion barrels of oil. By comparison,  the previously announced Tamar and Leviathan off-shore fields contain an estimated 9 and 17 TCF of natural gas. The amount of commercial oil, if any, has not been finalized, but estimates of possible oil in the Leviathan field have been downsized to 600 million barrels.

Discoveries of oil and gas have made outdated the old joke that Moses took the wrong turn from Egypt, leading Israel to sand and leaving oil for the Arabs.

After being chased by Pharaoh to the edge of the “Sea of Reeds,” which often if not correctly is called the Red Sea, Moses asked Heaven to save them, and He replied to step into the sea, which then was split by winds, allowing the Jews to cross and then burying the army of Pharaoh when it followed.

Stepping into the sea now can be seen in retrospect as a sign of the treasures buried under the sea.

“The quantity of gas discovered in the licenses, and the high probabilities, make it the third largest offshore discovery to date,” according to Israel Opportunity chairman Ronny Halman, quoted by Globes.

He added, ”This quantity guarantees Israel’s energy future for decades, and makes it possible to export Israeli gas, and boost the state’s revenues without worrying about gas reserves for domestic consumption.”

The five Pelagic licenses cover half a million of acres of sea approximately west of Haifa. One of the licenses is estimated to have a 27 percent chance of success.

“We are preparing for the first well,” Israel Opportunity CEO Eyal Shuker said. “For the logistics, we’ve rented port storage and operations space, we’ve begun ordering drilling equipment, including drill heads and casings, and we’ve secured most of the agreements with Israeli and foreign services and equipment providers for the well. The operator, AGR, has already brought a skilled team to Israel to manage the operation.

The new discoveries make it more certain of a virtual revolution in the Israeli economy, with anticipation that Israel will be energy self-sufficient in three years and soon after will be able to export gas and possibly even oil.

The Tamar and Leviathan energy fields are being developed, and the infrastructure work has added thousands of skilled jobs to the labor market. Exporting energy probably will strengthen the shekel and help make it one of the strongest currencies in the world.

“This prophecy has come to pass:”

“God said those who bless Israel will be bless.  Those who curse Israel will be curse.”

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Prophetess Clara



June 29, 2012

Here is another article that confirms what I prophecied on January 1, 2012 about the “Ten Commandments” will be back in City, State, & Government buildings.  This article refers to the State of Tennessee.  Sit back and watch how God will spread his glory on this nation and some of the others States, City, Governments will be putting the Ten Commandments back in their buildings:


TN bill would allow Ten Commandments displays in public buildings


Updated Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

Update: The bill passed the House by a 93-0 vote. The measure comes up in the Senate on Monday. It has been placed on the consent calendar, meaning no opposition is expected.

While the Tennessee Senate is debating a bill that deals with evolution, the state’s House of Representatives is scheduled to take up a measure Monday night that would allow displays of the Ten Commandments in public buildings.

House Bill 2658 would allow the display of the Ten Commandments — along with other “replicas of certain historically-significant documents,” such as the Magna Carta and Declaration of Independence in any city or county public building or grounds in Tennessee.

Why the Magna Carta and Declaration of Independence? Because the courts have struck down displays of the Ten Commandments alone as violating the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause, but the status of historical displays that include the Ten Commandments is a still unsettled.

(This New York Times explainer gives a long history of Ten Commandments displays.)

The bill does not require cities and counties to set up such displays, but it encourages them to do so.

“[S]uch historically significant documents are treasures that should be displayed proudly and resolutely in public buildings and on public grounds,” the bill says.

The bill is also scheduled to be heard Tuesday in the Senate State & Local Committee. If history is any guide, the courts might also be involved if the bill passes the state legislature.

Monroe County Courthouse to display Ten Commandments again

Posted:Jun 13, 2012 4:23 PM CDT

It's been seven years since the Ten Commandments display was taken off the walls. It’s been seven years since the Ten Commandments display was taken off the walls.

A new state law dictates that the Ten Commandments qualifies as an historical document and can be displayed in government buildings as such. “I think we owe it to our people to stand up for the liberties of the American people,” Yates added.
Madisonville residents say they’re glad the Ten Commandments will soon be back on the wall. “One of the best things about Tennessee is that it really is a nation under God, and that’s what it’s supposed to be.  The documents are scheduled to be displayed beginning next Thursday, June 21.
November 7, 2012
Here is a confirmation that I prophesied on my prophecy by clara page on January 1, 2012 that President Obama will be re-elected as President of the United States.

Victorious Obama ‘more determined’ in face of challenges


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President Barack Obama waves to supporters after his victory speech in Chicago, Illinois.
By Michael O’Brien, NBC News

Updated at 4:02 a.m. ET: President Barack Obama won four more years in office on Tuesday, describing his victory over Republican nominee Mitt Romney as a call to action that would help move the U.S. past the difficult times endured during the past four years and promising “the best is yet to come.”

Propelled by wins in OhioWisconsin and Iowa – states long touted as Obama’s “firewall” insulating him from his GOP challenger – the president won a long-fought election in which the economy, its slow pace of recovery and Obama’s management of it, became the central issue.

Emerging early in the hours on Wednesday in Chicago to the tune of Stevie Wonder’s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I’m Yours” the president struck an upbeat note about the challenges that lie ahead during a second term, with which he’ll have to reckon almost immediately in the next few weeks.

“A decade of war is ending. A long campaign is now over. And whether I earned your vote or not, I have listened to you, I have learned from you, and you have made me a better president,” Obama said. “With your stories and your struggles, I return to the White House more determined and more inspired than ever about the work there is to do and the future that lies ahead.”


November 10, 2012

Here is another confirmation that I prophecied on my Prophecy by Clara page on January 1, 2012.  How the python spirit (betrayal & deception) would be shifted out of the White House & the Capitol.  There will be changes for the Obama Administration.  Read the Prophecy by Clara page on this website.

Here is the confirmation:

L-R: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and press secretary Jay Carney (Getty Images)


Major shakeup in Obama’s administration

Obama’s Cabinet: Goodbye Clinton, Geithner, Carney as new names top lists

By White House Correspondent

By | The Ticket – Fri, Nov 9, 2012

Come January, the Obama administration will begin again, and a number of people whose names and faces have grown familiar the past four years will leave the public realm for other livelihoods.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and press secretary Jay Carney are preparing for departure. Many also expect Attorney General Eric Holder to be considering an exit.
Foreign Policy
Clinton’s position is perhaps most visible. Her management of the department and leadership of America’s global diplomacy have won praise from Republicans and Democrats, and the former New York senator and first lady is thought by many to be the most popular member of Obama’s Cabinet.
Foreign policy experts see her departure as leaving a gap, because significant problems remain: Iran’s suspected ambitions to develop nuclear weapons; violent civil war in Syria; continued fallout from the “Arab spring”; and continuing conflicts in Afghanistan and Pakistan among them. New challenges include China’s slowing economy, coupled with its increasing aggressive response to territorial disputes.
So whose names are being talked about to take over State?
Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., who leads the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has emerged as a favorite. Kerry’s major strength is deep and longstanding experience on most vital foreign policy issues; he would also likely win easy confirmation by colleagues. But unlike his predecessor, Kerry may struggle to be welcomed into Obama’s inner circle.
Kerry’s most-cited rival is Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice, who, unlike Kerry, already has “inner circle” credentials. She has worked daily for years alongside diplomats from America’s allies and foes. However, her controversial role in explaining the Sept. 11 Benghazi attack to the public could prompt a difficult confirmation process. Some Republican aides are already saying privately she shouldn’t get the job.
It’s also possible a Republican might come forward. Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman worked for Obama as ambassador to China before returning to make a failed bid for the presidency. One senior Republican foreign-policy hand describes his work in Beijing as “superb, top-rate.”
There’s always a chance of promotion from within, such as Deputy Secretary of State William Burns. But what about an outsider? Brookings Institution President Strobe Talbott held Burns’ job under President Bill Clinton.
Another possibility: Nick Burns, who managed policy on Iran’s nuclear ambitions under President George W. Bush. Burns publicly praised Obama’s handling of the issue.
It’s not known yet whether Defense Secretary Leon Panetta plans to leave. But if he does, two front-runners are being mentioned for the job: His deputy, Ashton Carter, and Michele Flournoy, a former undersecretary at the Pentagon. Another possibility, though somewhat unlikely, might be retired independent Sen. Joe Lieberman of Connecticut.
Speculation in Washington also suggested Director of National Intelligence James Clapper might be seeking an exit. He hasn’t said he will leave, but if he does, Flournoy is a possible replacement. CIA Director David Petraeus was also mentioned, but news on Friday of his resignation of his position due to an extramarital affair will likely take him off the list. Petraeus, in turn, will be replaced by acting director Michael Morell.
Domestic Affairs
With the economy still lackadaisical, and in light of Obama’s campaign promises to hasten a more tangible recovery, picking a replacement for outgoing Treasury Secretary Geithner will be crucial.
So far those mentioned as potential successors include two Clinton administration veterans: Clinton chief of staff Erskine Bowles and current White House chief of staff Jack Lew. In the coming weeks, Lew will face a big test in talks with Republicans centered on the “fiscal cliff.” Bowles’ credentials, though, would send a message that debt reduction is a priority.
What about a Republican? Robert Zoellick has served as World Bank president, U.S. trade representative and deputy secretary of state. When he was appointed adviser to GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, the amount of backlash from hard-line conservatives reminded everyone that he might have had a bit more luck joining the other team.
Undersecretary of the Treasury for International Affairs Lael Brainard isn’t at the top of many lists, but some insiders say she would have a lot of heads nodding their approval on Capitol Hill and overseas.
Finally, a long-shot—but not out of the question: New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
With so many large-scale compromises to be reached on both foreign and domestic fronts, it remains to be seen how many Cabinet appointments may serve as gestures from the Obama administration to Republican opposition that still holds power in the House.



January 13, 2013
Prophecy is being fulfilled here is a article regarding what I prophecied in January 2013 about people that has commited crimes for years and thought noone would find out what they did.  The Holy spirit made this man returned what he had stole for years.
Check out this article: 

Thief Writes Apology Letter, Returns Stolen Gold Rings 15 Years Later

Eliza Murphy

By | ABC News Blogs – 23 hours ago

The old saying, “Better late than never,” rang particularly true for the Riphagenfamily of suburban Chicago.
The Riphagens had four gold rings returned to them, along with an anonymous letter of apology, 15 years after they had been stolen.
Margot Riphagen, 31, who now lives in Portland, Ore., recalls exactly when the rings were stolen. She was only 16 years old when she had a party that got a bit out of hand. A few items were stolen, most notably those four rings.
Courtesy Margot Riphagen “It was a long time ago and it was a pretty bad situation,” Riphagen told “I invited a few friends over and then all of a sudden there were all these people there I didn’t know. We immediately noticed stuff was missing. My parents actually turned me in to the police. They always understood this wasn’t my fault, but we had never recovered those rings and I still have no idea who it was.”
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The anonymous note, signed by a sincerely regretful “dumb kid who wants to right a wrong,” was sent to Riphagen’s mother at her place of work. The family was astonished to have the rings returned, and Margot said she doesn’t even care who stole them. The only thing that matters now is that they’re back.
“We don’t care who it was. I was stupid when I was 16 and I’m sure they were too. Somebody did it for the thrill of it, not for money,” Ripenhagen said.
For this surprised family, the four rings had more sentimental value than anything else.
“The first ring is my mother’s actual wedding band, that she was not wearing because she was going to get it re-sized. The second is a ring with a small diamond that my father gave my mother when my sister was born, who is a year older than I am,” said Riphagen.
“And then the other two, I actually didn’t know existed until we got them back, but they are my grandparents’ wedding bands. They had small diamond chips put into them for me and my sister when we got older. So it was a pretty big deal. I’m now actually wearing my grandfather’s wedding band.”
Riphagen said she’s felt badly about the missing rings for 15 years now, and finally with the help of this letter, has some closure.
“We never thought we would get any of the stuff back. It’s completely amazing and wonderful and we’re all thrilled about it. It’s a super-positive thing and a great way to start the New Year,” she said.
January 16, 2013
Prophecy is being fulfilled!  I prophecied about people who have scam people and  stealing people identity will be caught.  Here is a article regarding a Hacker who Hack in a World Banking System and stole money and the FBI caught him!!!!

January 7, 2013 at 10:20 am

Algerian hacker on FBI’s most-wanted list arrested in Thailand

Bangkok — Police in Thailand say they have arrested an Algerian cybercrime suspect sought by the U.S. FBI for allegedly making hundreds


From The Detroit News:

Immigration police chief Lt. Gen. Panu Kerdlarppol said Hamza Bendelladj was arrested Sunday night during a layover at Thailand’s international airport while traveling from Malaysia to Egypt. He and his family had been on vacation in Malaysia, he said.

Panu said on Monday that police confiscated two laptops, a tablet computer, a satellite phone and a number of external hard drives from Bendelladj, 24.

He said the FBI had been pursuing Bendelladj for nearly three years. U.S. authorities believe the suspect hacked private accounts in more than 217 banks and financial companies worldwide, causing about $10 million in losses per transaction, he said.

Panu said Bendelladj will be extradited to the U.S. state of Georgia.



January 19, 2013

Prophecy is being fulfilled about corruption in 2013.  Here is an article confirming what I prophesied for 2013.  There will be more People in the political field that will be brought down for corruption, rebellous, for deceiving and betraying innocent people.

By Prophetess Clara


Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin indicted


Ray Nagin

By Rick Jervis, USA TODAY5:01p.m. EST January 18, 2013

Probe into City Hall corruption has already netted guilty pleas by two former city officials and two businessmen.

NEW ORLEANS – Ray Nagin, former New Orleans mayor and the public face of the battered city in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, has been indicted by a grand jury on 21 federal corruption charges.

The indictment, released Friday, alleges Nagin awarded lucrative city contracts to

contractors in exchange for more than $200,000 in kickbacks and first-class trips to Hawaii, Jamaica and Las Vegas.

Nagin, 56, served two four-year terms as mayor, from 2002 to 2010, and currently lives in Frisco, Tex., outside Dallas. If convicted on all charges, he faces more than 15 years in prison. Nagin becomes the first mayor in the city’s 295-year history to be indicted under federal corruption charges.

Nagin could not be reached at phone numbers listed at his Frisco address. He’s due in federal court Jan. 31 to be arraigned by a federal magistrate.

“This is a sad day for the city of New Orleans,” current Mayor Mitch Landrieu said in a statement. “Today’s indictment of former Mayor Ray Nagin alleges serious violations of the public’s trust. Public corruption cannot and will not be tolerated.”

The charges stem from a City Hall corruption investigation that already has resulted in

guilty pleas by two former city officials and two businessmen.

The indictment alleges that, between 2005 and 2008, Nagin:

- Accepted more than $70,000 in bribes from a consultant who later won more than a

dozen public works contracts with the city.

- Received paid lodging and vacation expenses for himself and his family in Hawaii and was flown first-class to Jamaica by a city contractor.

- Accepted a free private jet trip to Chicago and Las Vegas from another contractor.

- Enriched his New Orleans-based family granite supply company through dealings with the city.

“This indictment should serve as a reminder to current and former public officials that … the FBI pursues corruption even after an official leaves office,” said Michael Anderson, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s New Orleans Field Office.

New Orleanians will be most angered by the fact that Nagin’s alleged corrupt activities were taking place as the city struggled to rebuild from the worst catastrophe in city history, said Terrence Fitzmorris, a Tulane University history professor.

“It’s a betrayal,” Fitzmorris said. “He’s doing this while the city was at its lowest point.”

A former cable television executive, Nagin was swept into office in 2002 with promises of transforming the city through business savvy and corruption fighting.

Hurricane Katrina in 2005 thrust him into the national spotlight, where he often lambasted federal agencies for not doing enough in the storm’s aftermath but was also criticized for a perception of not doing enough as a leader in time of crisis.

In January 2006, he apologized for a Martin Luther King Day speech in which he predicted New Orleans would be a “chocolate city” and asserted that “God was mad at America.”

Strong support from black voters helped Nagin win re-election in 2006 despite mounting criticism of his post-Katrina leadership. But the glacial pace of rebuilding, a surge in violent crime and the budding City Hall corruption investigation chipped away at Nagin’s popularity during his second term.

Nagin could not seek a third consecutive term because of term limits. Mitch Landrieu, who ran against Nagin in 2006, succeeded him in 2010.

Contributing: Associated Press and

 February 16, 2013

There is more corruption that has been exposed in the Political Arena.  Here is a confirmation that I prophesied about these corrupted politicians will topple on my prophecy 2013.  Here is an article that confirms it.

Prophetess Clara


Jesse Jackson Jr. to plead guilty to federal charges

Jesse Jackson Jr. is shown. | AP Photo

Prosecutors will recommend a prison sentence of between 46 and 57 months for Jackson Jr. | AP Photo

By JONATHAN ALLEN and JOHN BRESNAHAN | 2/15/13 12:55 PM EST Updated: 2/16/13 11:53 AM EST
Former Rep. Jesse L. Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.) will plead guilty to conspiring with his wife to illegally spend $750,000 in campaign funds on personal expenses, including a $43,000 Rolex watch, fur coats and memorabilia associated with Michael Jackson, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X and Bruce Lee, according to information obtained by POLITICO.
The charges against him include conspiracy, making false statements, and mail and wire fraud.

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Prosecutors will recommend a prison sentence of between 46 months and 57 months for Jackson Jr., as well as a fine of $10,000 to $100,000, and forfeiture of a yet-to-be-determined portion of the misspent $750,000 in campaign funds.

(PHOTOS: Jesse Jackson Jr.’s career)

Jackson’s wife, former Chicago Alderman Sandi Jackson, has also pled guilty to one count of filing false joint tax returns, according to court documents. She faces up to three years in prison and a $100,000 fine. At different times, Sandi Jackson served as her husband’s campaign manager and campaign treasurer. Both Jacksons resigned from office amid the Justice Department’s investigation into their finances. The couple has two children.

Jackson, Jr., issued a statement through his attorneys on Friday afternoon apologizing for his actions.

“Over the course of my life I have come to realize that none of us are immune from our share of shortcomings and human frailties. Still I offer no excuses for my conduct and I fully accept my responsibility for the improper decisions and mistakes I have made,” Jackson said. “To that end I want to offer my sincerest apologies to my family, my friends and all of my supporters for my errors in judgment and while my journey is not yet complete, it is my hope that I am remembered for the things that I did right.”

The allegations against the Jacksons represent a breathtaking scheme to re-appropriate donors’ money to finance trips and luxuries, pay bills and even send the couple’s children to school. Unlike many scandals that have ensnared elected officials, this brazen tale of personal enrichment doesn’t involve public money.

It’s a story of a Chicago power couple that lost track of the line between campaign cash and personal funds in a spiral of money troubles. The government will allege the Jacksons lied on campaign finance and House financial disclosure forms to cover up the fact that they were using campaign money to build a lifestyle way beyond their means. Federal investigators sank their teeth into the couple, even conducting an apparent sting operation in August 2012. An undercover employee bought two mounted elk heads that Jackson Jr. had bought from a Montana taxidermist with campaign funds.

The $750,000 in alleged misspent campaign funds included thousands of individual transactions that ranged from airplane tickets, booze and cigars to groceries.

Jackson Jr. repeatedly used campaign funds to pay down the couple’s credit-card balances. In one instance, Jackson Jr.’s campaign paid Sandi Jackson’s business $36,000 for “billboard expenses.” A week later, prosecutors say, Sandi Jackson transferred the same amount from her business to the Jacksons’ personal account, from which it was used to pay down personal debts.

The Jacksons used campaign funds to cover even the most basic of necessities, including cleaning supplies, bathrobes, underwear, toilet paper, toothpaste, soap, vitamins and stuffed animals, among other things, according to prosecutors. They also spent freely on luxuries, including home electronics, a trip to a Martha’s Vineyard spa for a member of Sandi Jackson’s family, Walt Disney World transportation services and charges of more than $4,000 on a 2006 cruise, court documents allege.



 March 20, 2013

The prophecy is being fulfilled from my prophecy 2013 about people  will be caught for scamming and taking advantage of innocent people.  check out this article:


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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — A prominent Jacksonville attorney accused of masterminding a $300 million gambling ring disguised as a veterans charity says he simply advised his clients on legal matters and that prosecutors are trying to “force a connection” between him and the operation of the business.

During an hour-long interview with The Associated Press at his lawyer’s office on Wednesday, Kelly Mathis said that his arrest last week has ruined his life and damaged his law career.

Mathis’s eyes became red when he talked about how his family has stood by him since his arrest and release from jail on bond. He’s been charged in state court with racketeering, money laundering and gambling-related charges.

“Lots of prayer,” he said, when asked about the past several days. sure

Mathis, who is 49 and a former president of the Jacksonville Bar Association, is one of about 60 people charged in Seminole County, Fla., with running the now-shuttered Allied Veterans of the World, which operated 49 Internet parlors with computerized slot machine-style games.

Adding to the probe’s notoriety, Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll resigned a day after she was questioned by investigators — though she isn’t among those charged.

Those who knew Mathis say he’s a well-respected, down-to-earth and hard-working lawyer who’s not prone to wearing the silk shirts and shiny suits favored by some of his colleagues.

“I would have thought of him more as milquetoast more than mastermind,” said Jim Bailey, the editor of a legal and business newspaper called the Jacksonville Daily Record.

Mathis said Johnny Duncan and Jerry Bass, the two men who once owned Allied Veterans of the World, sought his legal advice about seven years ago and he took the men and their company on as clients. He eventually became the registered agent for several Internet cafes owned by the organization.

Under Florida law, a company must have a registered agent to be responsible for receiving important legal and tax documents; many companies use lawyers.

“There is no connection. They’re trying to force a connection,” Mathis said of prosecutors. “And that’s all they’ve got, is to say that I was the registered agent, that I had some relationship to all of these companies. And the relationship they’ve got is that I was the registered agent. But what they fail to realize is that’s no relationship at all.”

Mathis, who went to high school in Brooksville, Fla., and law school at Vanderbilt University, opened his own practice about nine years ago in Jacksonville after working at larger firms.

Mathis said he researched whether Internet sweepstakes cafes were legal in Florida.

“I spent months researching this in-depth, of sweepstakes law, gambling law, to make sure they didn’t violate any of the gambling laws,” he said. “Reading cases, reading statutes. Reading legislative history. Gathering all of that information before I ever issued them an opinion. That this is what they could do and needed to do in order to comply with Florida law.”

At issue is the legality of the games. To play, customers get prepaid cards and then go to a computer to play “sweepstakes.” The games, with spinning wheels similar to slot machines, have names such as “Captain Cash,” ”Lucky Shamrocks” and “Money Bunny.” Winners go back to a cashier with their cards and cash out. Lawmakers in Florida and other states are now considering whether to ban them.

The game makers argue they are legal sweepstakes because there’s a predetermined number of winners, similar to a McDonald’s Monopoly game or Coca-Cola’s cap contest.

“The law is filled with ambiguities. The lawyer’s job is to come up with a legal opinion to advocate for that position,” Mathis said. “Even right now in the state of Florida, there is no appellate court opinion. There is no definitive black and white answer. I and my clients were complying with the law.”

Mathis is a registered lobbyist and said he met with Jennifer Carroll several years ago while she was a member of the Florida House of Representatives.

Mathis said he had lunch “a couple of times” with Carroll and was asked to explain to her how the cafes operated under the law.

He said he didn’t know anything about the public relations firm she co-owned or work that it did for Allied.

Mathis said he’s met Gov. Rick Scott once, during the governor’s inaugural ball.

He said that he knows nothing about the charity angle of the business — prosecutors say that only 2 percent of the nearly $300 million earned by Allied went to charity — and that he merely advised the company about laws regarding philanthropy.

Mathis said he has only been paid his hourly fee for his work with Allied.

Mitch Stone, Mathis’s attorney, said that at one point, Allied wanted to reduce the amount they were paying in legal fees and have Mathis work for a flat rate. Stone said that if Mathis was the “ringleader” of the operation, it made no sense that he would want to reduce his payments.

Mathis said he is being targeted by Seminole County officials because he sued the county over its stance on Internet cafes.

“I think the law permitted the activities that my clients were doing,” he said. “Some people call it a loophole. To me, it’s either allowed by the law or not allowed by the law.”

Anthony Alfieri, a professor at the University of Miami’s School of Law, said Mathis has a difficult task ahead.

“He’s going to have to demonstrate beyond a reasonable doubt, with hard evidence that his belief was reasonable at that time,” said Alfieri. “The key analysis is not what he thought was criminal or fraudulent. The key for both the state attorney and for ultimately, the Florida Bar, is whether an objectively reasonable and prudent lawyer should have known better and that’s the case he’s going to have to make.”


Associated Press writer Michael Biesecker contributed to this report from Jacksonville, Fla.


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March 25, 2013

Here is a confirmation that I prophesied for 2013 about people that are Scamming and stealing people identity will be caught or destroyed.  Check out this article this woman had stole this innocent lady identity for almost 12 years and got caught.

By Prophetess Clara


Woman gets prison time in ‘total identity theft’

By ROXANA HEGEMAN | Associated Press – 6 hrs ago

  • This photo provided by the Butler County, Mo., Sheriff shows Benita Cardona-Gonzalez an illegal immigrant accused of assuming a U.S. teacher's persona who was sentenced to 18 months in prison Monday, March 25, 2013 in Wichita, Kan. Cardona-Gonzalez, a Mexican national living in Kansas, pleaded guilty in January to possessing fraudulent identification documents. (AP Photo/Butler County Sheriff)
  • View PhotoAssociated Press/Butler County Sheriff – This photo provided by the Butler County, Mo., Sheriff shows Benita Cardona-Gonzalez an illegal immigrant accused of assuming a U.S. teacher’s persona who was sentenced …more to 18 months in prison Monday, March 25, 2013 in Wichita, Kan. Cardona-Gonzalez, a Mexican national living in Kansas, pleaded guilty in January to possessing fraudulent identification documents. (AP Photo/Butler County Sheriff) less

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  • FILE - In this Oct. 4, 2012 file photo Texas school teacher Candida Gutierrez is seen in Houston. Benita Cardona-Gonzalez, an illegal immigrant accused of assuming Gutierrez's identity, was sentenced to 18 months in prison Monday, March 25, 2013 in Wichita Kan. For 12 years, Cardona-Gonzalez used Gutierrez's identity to get a job, credit, a mortgage, food stamps and medical care. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan, File)View PhotoFILE – In this Oct. 4, 2012 file …

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — For almost 12 years, a Houston elementary school teacher and an illegal immigrant living in Topeka have engaged in a tug of war to claim the identity of Candida L. Gutierrez in a case that has put a face on the growing crime of “total identity theft” in the United States.

On Monday, the real Candida L. Gutierrez saw her identity thief, Benita Cardona-Gonzalez, for the first time. Their encounter came inside a federal courtroom in Wichita, where Cardona-Gonzalez, a Mexican national, was sentenced to 18 months in prison for possessing fraudulent identification documents.

The plea deal Cardona-Gonzalez struck with prosecutors in January gave her less prison time, but guaranteed she would not contest her deportation. She pleaded guilty to an aggravated felony, which typically results in automatic deportation.

When Gutierrez’s identity was stolen, the thief didn’t stop at opening fraudulent credit and bank accounts. Cardona-Gonzalez assumed Gutierrez’s persona completely, using it to get a job, a driver’s license, a mortgage and medical care for her children. She even put the stolen name on the birth certificates of her two U.S.-born children in the spots where they list who’s the mother.

Gutierrez and her husband, Brenden Marquardt, flew to Wichita from Houston for the court proceedings hoping to gain a sense of closure.

“I wanted to make sure I could see her face and she could see my face — so that she knew the face of the person who paid for living her dream,” Gutierrez said. “Because her dream was my nightmare.”

Cardona-Gonzales briefly glanced at Gutierrez while giving a hurried courtroom statement in Spanish.

“I accept my punishment and I accept my responsibility and I ask forgiveness of Ms. Gutierrez,” she said.

Gutierrez first learned her identity had been hijacked when she was turned down for a mortgage. Each year she trudges to the Social Security Administration with her birth certificate, driver’s license, passport and even school yearbooks to prove her identity and clear her employment record.

She spends hours on the phone with creditors and credit bureaus, fills out affidavits and has yet to clean up her credit history. Her tax records are a mess. She even once phoned the impostor’s Kansas employer in a futile effort to find some relief.

Both women had claimed they were identity theft victims and sought to get new Social Security numbers. The Social Security Administration turned down Gutierrez’s request and instead issued a new number to the woman impersonating her.

And in another ironic twist, Gutierrez was forced to file her federal income tax forms using a special identification number usually reserved for illegal immigrants.

Their struggle finally came to a head when Gutierrez got married a year ago, and her new husband set out to clear her credit history. He traced the identity thief to Topeka and on the Internet he found a press release from the U.S. attorney’s office in Kansas about the prosecutions of other illegal immigrants working at Reser’s Fine Foods, the same manufacturer where Cardona-Gonzalez worked. He contacted federal authorities in Kansas, and Assistant U.S. Attorney Brent Anderson took up their case.

“I don’t think we would ever have solved this issue without Brent’s help,” Marquardt said.

U.S. District Judge Eric Melgren called the case a “classic example” of the harm done by identity theft, saying people who characterize the cases as victimless crimes are uninformed. He said he had some reservations about the 18-month prison sentence and whether it was enough, but decided it was acceptable to meet sentencing objectives and bring closure to the victim.

Defense attorney Matthew Works told the court that his client didn’t have an understanding of how difficult it is for the victim to get her identity back. He said after the hearing that Cardona-Gonzalez has authorized him to do anything he can to “try to fix it” so Gutierrez could regain her identity.

Still pending before the court is a prosecution request that Melgren order the Kansas Office of Vital Statistics to correct the name of the mother on the birth certificates issued to Cardona-Gonzalez’s two children who were born in Kansas.

Anderson is also helping Gutierrez obtain a new Social Security number and sort out the legal tangle from the foreclosure of the house Cardona-Gonzalez bought in Topeka under the false identity.

Gutierrez said she did not know whether Cardona-Gonzalez’s apology in court was sincere, or whether it should even be up to her to forgive her.

“I don’t want to think about it anymore,” Gutierrez said after the hearing. “It is done.”


March 26, 2013

Here is another confirmation what I prophesied about this was the year of the Youth in 2012.  The Youth are the next voices that will be performing all kinds of signs and wonders.  To all parents pray blessings upon your children.  Speak positive things in their lives.  You never know how God will use your children for his kingdom.  Read this article:

Prophetess Clara


Nick D’Aloisio, 17, suddenly rich, famous after Yahoo buys Summly

British teen Nick D'Aloisio has sold his popular news-reading mobile app to Yahoo for close to $30 million.British teen Nick D’Aloisio has sold his popular news-reading mobile app to Yahoo for close to $30 million. (Kevin Abosch / March 25, 2013)
By Jessica GuynnMarch 25, 2013, 1:45 p.m.
SAN FRANCISCO — Meet Nick D’Aloisio, the 17-year-old British entrepreneur sensation who just sold his popular news-reading app to Yahoo Inc. for close to $30 million, instantly becoming one of the world’s youngest self-made technology millionaires.It’s the classic Silicon Valley success story of a young software prodigy striking it ridiculously big. But this time it’s unfolding on the other side of the pond.D’Aloisio, who taught himself to write software at the age of 12, built the free iPhone app Summly that automatically summarizes news stories for small screens in his London bedroom in 2011. He was just 15.Soon he had backing from Horizons Ventures, the venture capital arm of Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing and big names such as Zynga‘s Mark Pincus and actor Ashton Kutcher. (He also found a mentor and investor in Stephen Fry. They made this fun promo video together.)Before it was pulled from the app store on Monday following the announcement of the Yahoo deal, the app had been downloaded nearly 1 million times. It had deals with 250 online publishers including News Corp. and 10 employees in London.”To me, Yahoo is the best company to be joining right now because it’s one of these classic Internet companies. With new leadership from Marissa Mayer, Yahoo has a strong focus on mobile and product, and that’s the perfect fit for Summly,” D’Aloisio said in an interview.Mayer has focused on mobile technology to revive Yahoo’s lagging fortunes, snapping up a number of promising mobile startups as much for their personnel as for the innovation. In D’Aloisio, Yahoo is getting someone who truly thinks in mobile.”It started with an insight — that we  live in a world of constant information and need new ways to simplify how we find the stories that are important to us, at a glance. Mobile devices are shifting our daily routines and users have changed not only what, but how much information they consume. Yet most articles and Web pages were formatted for browsing with mouse clicks. The ability to skim them on a phone or a tablet can be a real challenge  — we want easier ways to identify what’s important to us,” Yahoo mobile chief Adam Cahan said. “Summly solves this by delivering snapshots of stories, giving you a simple and elegant way to find the news you want, faster than ever before.”D’Aloisio will join Yahoo’s London office while continuing his studies and living at home with his parents. He says Yahoo plans to integrate Summly into all sorts of mobile experiences.”The real idea is to take the core of the technology and find different fits for it and make it as ubiquitous as possible on the Web,” he said. “We want to take summarization and build beautiful content experiences around it.”He says his parents –- his dad is an energy financier, his mother is a lawyer — will help him manage the financial windfall but that he was not driven to the deal by dollar signs.”Technology has really been the driver behind this whole deal,” he said. “I can’t wait to see how it plays out at Yahoo.”The sudden flash of worldwide media attention has been a bit overwhelming, he said. But not in a bad way.”It’s been an absolutely awesome experience,” D’Aloisio said. “I’d love to do it again someday with another company.”Spoken like a true entrepreneur.


March 29, 2013

Prophecy is being fulfilled!  I Prophesied for the year 2013 that people that have committed all kinds of crimes for years and never got caught will be caught this year or will be destroyed!!!  Read this article:

Prophetess Clara


March 29, 2013 3:42 PM

Convicted rapist Gary Irving captured after 35 years on the run, say Mass. police

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Gary Irving/ AP Photo/Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office


(CBS/AP) GORHAM, Maine – Police say Gary Allen Irving, a Massachusetts man who disappeared while awaiting sentencing for three rapes 35 years ago, has been arrested in Maine, where he’d married and started a family while living under an assumed name.

Irving, who worked installing telephones in businesses, was living in Gorham using the name Gregg Irving when he was arrested Wednesday night by a team of Massachusetts and Maine state police.

He’s due to appear in court on Friday on a fugitive-from-justice charge.

He also could face firearms charges because a search of his home turned up a number of guns that were not legally owned, police said.

Irving, who’s in his 50s, has been on the Massachusetts Top 10 Most Wanted list for decades. He fled in 1978 while awaiting sentencing for three rapes in Norfolk County that carried the potential for life imprisonment, according to Massachusetts State Police.

In one of the rapes, he knocked the victim off of her bike, dragged her to a secluded area and raped her repeatedly; in another, he forced the victim into his car and threatened her with a knife, police said.

Now that Maine police know Irving’s true identity, they’ll be looking at unsolved rapes to see if he may have been involved, said Steve McCausland, spokesman for the Maine Department of Public Safety.

Irving was being held without bail Thursday at Cumberland County Jail.


April 2, 2013

Here is a confirmation about what I prophesied on my Prophecy 2013 about Scammers will be caught or destroyed for stealing innocent people identity. Check out this article this Scam artist was destroyed: 

Prophetess Clara

Andy’s Got Your Back on a scam that got the scam artist killed

Posted: Apr 01, 2013 2:24 PM CDTUpdated: Apr 02, 2013 5:15 PM CDT

By Andy Wise - bio | email
MEMPHIS, TN -(WMC TV) – An identity thief, whom postal inspectors requested we not identify, died while in the pursuit of the perfect body on somebody else’s dime.

Inspectors said she stole another woman’s personal information from the woman’s home mailbox.
“She stole the victim’s info which had been in the mail, and she went ahead and contracted various creditors,” said U.S. Postal Inspector Ivan Ramirez.
Ramirez said the thief then went on a spending spree:  furniture, clothes and one very unusual purchase.
“She actually went to a doctor, a medical facility, where she actually charged over $9,000 worth of cosmetic surgery,” said Ramirez.
The victim’s credit paid for everything. But our greedy thief wanted more.
She took her victim’s stolen credit information to what’s called a “pumping party.”
“They would get together at hotels with an unlicensed physician who would pump these customers full of silicone,” Ramirez said.
The thief’s greed and vanity got her killed.
The unlicensed doctor was using silicone that came from a home improvement store, according to the investigation. It poisoned the identity thief to death.
Her victim’s credit died with her.
In fact, the victim’s still trying to clean up her credit — all because she had been mailing her bills with all of her personal information right out of her home mailbox.
Always take your bills to your post office and drop them off inside for mailing. Only mail correspondence from your personal mailbox.
Copyright 2013 WMC-TV. All rights reserved.


May 7, 2013

Here is a confirmation of what I prophesied about on my prophecy 2013 page that people who have committed crimes for years such as rape, molestation will be caught in 2013.  These 3 brothers kidnapped 3 young girls 10 years ago.  Now they have found these 3 girls.  People thought they were dead.  Thank God they found these girls and they are safe now.  

Prophetess Clara

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Former bus driver Ariel Castro and his 2 brothers arrested in connection with missing Cleveland women

Authorities said Tuesday they have been called to Castro’s house twice before — most recently, they visited his Seymour Avenue home in 2004 after he allegedly left a child alone on a school bus. No charges were filed. Also arrested Monday were his brothers, Pedro and Onil Castro, police said.

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Ariel Castro, 52, a former school bus driver, as been arrested for the abduction of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight.


Ariel Castro, 52, a former school bus driver, was arrested Monday in the abduction cases of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight about a decade ago.

The main suspect in the kidnapping of three Cleveland women missing for roughly a decade was on law enforcement’s radar twice before.

Cleveland authorities revealed Tuesday they most recently investigated former school bus driver Ariel Castro in January 2004, after a complaint was made that he had left a child on a bus. But when they got to his Seymour Avenue home, no one answered. Ultimately, no charges of criminal intent were filed against him.

That comes after a March 2000 incident in which a call was made to police from Castro’s home about a street fight.

Other than those times, neither fire nor emergency services had been called to the home in the city’s West Side, Cleveland Public Safety Director Martin Flask said at a news conference.

The house where, on Monday, three women who had disappeared as teenagers approximately 10 years ago were found alive in Cleveland.


The house where, on Monday, three women who had disappeared as teenagers approximately 10 years ago were found alive in Cleveland.


Victims Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were discovered Monday after Berry bravely alerted a neighbor for help when Castro wasn’t home, police said. She managed to break through the bottom of the home’s front door and call 911 from the neighbor’s house.

Police arrived to the scene just before 6 p.m. They also found a 6-year-old girl with Berry, who they confirmed is her daughter.

The other women were identified as Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight.

Amanda Berry (center), who had been missing since 2003, reunites Monday with her older sister, Beth Serrano (left). Berry is also with her daughter, a 6-year-old girl whom she reportedly gave birth to while she was imprisoned in a Cleveland home.


Amanda Berry (center), who had been missing since 2003, reunites Monday with her older sister, Beth Serrano (left). Berry is also with her daughter, a 6-year-old girl whom she reportedly gave birth to while she was imprisoned in a Cleveland home.

Berry was 16 when she was reported missing in 2003 after leaving her job at a Burger King. She’s now 27.


DeJesus, now 23, went missing on her way home from school in 2004. Knight, now 32, went missing in 2002. The women were being held only a few miles from where they had been taken.

“Prayers have been answered,” said FBI Special Agent in Charge Steve Anthony. “The nightmare is over. These young ladies have provided us with the ultimate definition of perseverance.”

Sheriff deputies stand outside the house Tuesday. 'Prayers have been answered,' FBI Special Agent in Charge Steve Anthony said later that day. 'The nightmare is over. These young ladies have provided us with the ultimate definition of perseverance.'


Sheriff deputies stand outside the house Tuesday. ‘Prayers have been answered,’ FBI Special Agent in Charge Steve Anthony said later that day. ‘The nightmare is over. These young ladies have provided us with the ultimate definition of perseverance.’

The victims were being treated Monday at the hospital, and were released Tuesday.

Cleveland police Deputy Chief Ed Tomba said they all appeared in “fairly good health.”


“What these young girls went through, if you had seen them last night, you’d have nothing but compassion and love in your heart for them,” Tomba said.

Cops have yet to charge Ariel Castro. His two brothers, Pedro Castro, 54, and Onil Castro, 50, were also arrested in connection with the case.

Police said Pedro and Onil Castro didn’t appear to be living at the property.

February 13, 2014

Prophesy come to pass!  I prophesied that 2014 would be the year that if you had any inventions this would be the year to invent.  That Investors will listen in 2014.  Here is a confirmation from an article about  a man from Indiana invented a remote control snow blower!!!!!

By:  Prophetess Clara Crawford



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