Conspiracy Theorist Vinny Eastwood caught red-handed deleting comments from ex fans – video

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Conspiracy Theorist Vinny Eastwood was caught by ex fans who sent anonymous news tips to thisquality, showing evidence of comments being removed momentarily referencing a finding worth $200,000 in an unethical business loan fraud scheme.

Ex fans sent anonymous tips to thisquality, as directed, to show how much the two trios are striving to hide what they know is an active investigation from their followers.

The loan fraud relates to Conspiracy Theorist Billy Te Kahikas’ fake IBC company (IBC Construction Limited). It includes comments made about a $160,000 2020 Land Rover Discovery purchased by Mr Kahika.

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In a Facebook group named The Cost of Dirty Politics, an ex follower created a post explaining that they were banned or removed from Mr Kahika’s Facebook page.

The removal happened after the user posted a publication link to an investigation by thisquality, in particular of an alleged $200,000 business loan scandal.

“Banned from Billy. I use to follow him; wow, I found out about what he did,” the post stated.

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Vinny Eastwood was banned from YouTube for a week on February 14, leaving over 50,000 subscribers in the void. He later received two strikes on the channel after spreading misinformation about COVID-19, Alert Level Lockdowns, Vaccines and testing.

Patreon also removed his page which pulled in around one thousand dollars a month.

thisquality was called a non-credible news organisation where baseless claims were made that it was paid for by the Government — conspiracies ran wild.

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Founder Sam Hudson called Mr Eastwood on February 10 to find out more about a $4,700 Sony camera, loaned to him by an investor.

It follows the $200,000 business loan fraud ‘housing development’ project with Mr Kahika.

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