Most people never heard about it because it got quickly buried in the news cycle, but a husband and wife were arrested back in 2018 for their alleged complicity in a “secret mission involving virus.”

Chad Chaddington covers the story in the video below, and we thought we would bring this to your attention.

Francho (Frank) Bradley, 59, and Adrianne Jennings, 40, were taken into police custody in Tewksbury, Mass., after it was discovered that they possessed a large cache of weaponry. Bradley, who owned a company called Ensyma Engineering, told police that he was on a secret mission for the government that involved a “virus.”

Ensyma Engineering is a real company, it turns out, and its website bore imagery and trademarks for numerous government agencies, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Department of Energy (DOE), Medical Countermeasures Systems, and CERN.

Nowhere on the site does it really explain what the company does, but there are many links to government agencies that we now know are complicit in the Chinese Virus plandemic.

While at the time of his arrest he did not want the authorities to know what Ensyma does, Bradley, it was later revealed, sold communications devices to the military and other clients. He also worked for a “secret government agency,” he claimed.

Bradley worked with “virus response teams” and the FDA

Interestingly, a later WikiLeaks drop included Bradley’s name in a list of government intelligence workers associated with the likes of Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin and Dow Chemical, as well as the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).

Beyond this, Bradley’s resume was found to include work in the field of disaster preparedness, which is interesting in light of all that has happened since then in response to the Wuhan Flu.

Bradley is said to have worked with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on various projects, as well as one virus response teams – interesting, would you not agree?

Bradley’s resume goes way back with this type of stuff, as he even listed work helping companies try to prepare for the Y2K disaster that never actually came, but that the government tried to scare people about much like it is doing today with covid.

Other work that Bradley’s company was involved with includes “radiological emergency response plans and preparedness in support of nuclear power plants.” Make of that revelation what you will.

According to WHOIS, Ensyma also owns a website where “race issues” are discussed, which is further interesting as the whole George Floyd saga happened right smack-dab in the middle of 2020 when the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) was really ramping up across the country.

“There are four sections at the top. One is called “Know Thyself/The Message” and shares links that include a video about the history of black slavery in the United States, a video about the opening of a Smithsonian museum on African American history, and a story about Heather Heyer, who was killed in Charlottesville,” reported Heavy at the time about this other website’s content.

“The ‘Vigilance – SPLC’ section shares links to stories about white supremacists and right wing extremists in the United States (SPLC is short for Southern Poverty Law Center).”

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