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    ShoaKi Girl 20: Meili Arrives In The United States.

    Meili crossed the border by walking down a little-used farm-road leading from Canada to the US. It was one of many lanes farmers used to connect their land, some owning property on both sides of the unguarded border.  Most of those dirt roads were privately...

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    ShoaKi Girl 19: The Meeting

    “I wish we could use the radio, Clyde,” Elliot Guess complained to his boss. “How we going to contact the local police without it?  That damned tower over there blocks our transmissions.” “You’ll have to hike over that hill when something happens, Elliot.  It should...

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    ShoaKi Girl 18

    Lois is Assigned to Stop a Huge Mob Meeting. She met Mr. Jones in the hallway. He was on his way to give her yet another manila folder, and another assignment. “Since you’re already here, Lois,” he told her, “you might as well take care...

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    ShoaKi Girl 17: Lois finishes her assignment with FBI help

    Lois woke around ten pm. Her night-vision was exceptional and made it unnecessary to light the lantern in her tent.  She dressed in loose dark clothing. Barefoot, she slipped out of the tent and over to a simple barbed-wire fence bordering the campgrounds and the...

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    ShoaKi Girl 16

    Lois Takes on a White Power Group in Ohio The next morning, when she went to her front door for the morning paper, she found a manila envelope had been slipped inside. Forgetting the newspaper, she grabbed the package and tore the seal open. The...

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    ShoaKi Girl 15: Ted has an Assignment

    “I’m certain we have a great future together, sir,” Congressman Cabot Cranski, from the Boston Cranskis, beamed at his companion.  The congressman was on his sixth term at the nation’s capital and gathering funds to run for a seventh. He was one of the most...

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    ShoaKi Girl 14: The Cocaine Factory

    Part 3: Lois Starts to Work Back in Dallas, Lois debated quitting her bounty hunting job. She went in to see Mr. Peterson, who hit the roof, figuratively. “What the hell you mean, you’re quitting?” he screamed. “Because of you I hired two more tracers,...

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    ShoaKi Girl 13: Ted Majostic

    Ted Majostic was already a rich man. Even as a youngster, he’d been perceived by his parents as being different from the other kids in his family. “Teddy, honey, you should be outside playing with the other children. All you do is sit in front...

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    ShoaKi Girl 12: The US Government Calls on Lois

    Sammy had been gone only a few minutes before a man waiting in the stairwell for him to leave knocked on the door.  Lois was still clearing the table of teacups and cookie crumbs when she heard the knock. It was a strange-looking man. He...

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    ShoaKi Girl 11: Lois Finds Works

    That afternoon Lois dressed, went downstairs, and bought a newspaper.  She looked for want ads on bounty hunting. Not finding any, she mentally slapped herself and looked in a telephone book in the lobby. Her telephone hadn’t been installed yet. There were only four bail...

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