In an attempt to either verify or refute what high ranking Pentagon officials reportedly told investigative reporter Benjamin Fulford about the arrest of Microsoft founder Bill Gates, Kerry Cassidy , of Project Camelot, contacted Microsoft's Public Relations department by email requesting confirmation of this story that is going viral across the World Wide Web, a medium of information sharing that Gates himself, whether this story is true or not, will have his name and company forever connected. The following is the very interesting response offered by Microsoft.
Hi Kerry, thank you for your patience as I looked into your request. I have connected with my colleagues and unfortunately we are unable to accommodate your request at this time. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Should you need attribution, please attribute to a Microsoft spokesperson.
This reply is certainly interesting, as at first glance it may appear to be a formulated response and this request for information was never read by anyone at Microsoft. However, the fact that this email suggests a Microsoft spokesperson would be more suited to handle this query leads me to believe that not only has this email been read, but that there is likely to be fire beneath all this smoke, as an arrest of the software giant's founding father would certainly be a issue for an official company spokesperson to discuss. It is important to note that Gates no longer has any affiliation with Microsoft, having retired from the company a few years ago. This surprise resignation is also very interesting in light of these possible new developments.