Deep State Clones Expire After Three Years, Cloning Scientist Tells Military
Deep State clones exist for only three years once they leave their maturation chambers and are recalled to a reclamation center at least one week before they expire, according to a Deep State cloning scientist who was arrested by U.S. Special Forces in early January and taken to an undisclosed safe house for a lengthy interrogation.
A source in General Eric M. Smith’s office told Real Raw News that military interrogators began questioning the 49-year-old German-born scientist, now identified as Harald Kraus, at once after his arrest. A reticent Kraus refused to answer questions after being told he could cooperate or face a military tribunal with a 100 percent conviction rate over the last two years.
Before that, interrogators used gentle language trying to persuade Kraus to disclose the whereabouts of cloning centers in the United States. They described Kraus as intelligent but also timid and fragile, and feared that coercion might make him crack—just not the way they wanted. They promised him protection from Deep State retaliation and said if they turned him loose on the streets, the Deep State would surely kill him, since it knew he was in the hands of the White Hat partition of the U.S. military.
“If we release you, I give you 24 hours, probably less, before they find you. Even if you tell us nothing, they’ll assume we broke you, they’ll assume you talked. We’re the good guys here. If you’re lucky, they’ll kill you quickly, painlessly, but your bosses aren’t known for being merciful,” one interrogator reportedly told Kraus.
That was mild language, our source said.
Kraus got royal treatment—quality food tailored to his diet and ample recovery time between isochronous interrogation sessions, and he stayed in a room with a bed instead of a cell with a rickety, uncomfortable cot. The interrogators hoped their generosity would elicit a confession. But Kraus, headstrong and palpably fearful of his former employers, still answered questions with an indignant shoulder shrug and proclamations of “I really don’t know anything.”
His convenient amnesia continued into March, frustrating the interrogators who had extended him every possible courtesy and were assiduous in trying to earn his trust through acts of kindness.
In mid-March, Kraus stopped eating, telling interrogators that captivity caused depression and that he had lost his appetite. He said he was homesick, not for work but for his wife and 12-year-old son who lived in Hamburg, Germany.
The interrogators saw an opening.
“All our research and we had no clue this guy has a wife and kid still in Germany,” our source in Gen. Smith’s office said. “He told investigators they lived in Germany because the wife is a part-time caregiver for her sick mother, and he hadn’t seen them in a year, when they visited him in Boston. So, the investigators considered he might be lying, playing the sympathy card and all, but deduced through his body language and attitude that he was probably telling the truth. And they used that to their advantage.”
The interrogators amplified their tactics, telling Kraus that only through them would he again see his family.
“You do know they go after families and friends too,” an interrogator told Kraus. “Just because your wife and son are overseas doesn’t mean they’re safe, and if they come back to the U.S. looking for you because they haven’t heard from you, believe me, they will be in jeopardy. The people you worked for—you don’t know what they’re capable of, Harald, you just don’t know.”
Cooperation would be reciprocated, the interrogator said, adding that the Deep State was a perfidious, indefatigable opponent whose lust for vengeance would ultimately lead its agents of evil to Kraus’ family.
Kraus broke. Between sobs he told interrogators that the Deep State had compartmentalized its cloning operations so that scientists at one facility knew neither the location of nor the employees at other labs. He had seen briefs, he said, alluding to the existence of twelve domestic cloning laboratories besides the one he’d worked at in Missouri. When he insisted that he was oblivious to whose clones the Deep State had spawned at different labs, investigators asked him to take a polygraph, to which he assented.
While hooked to the polygraph, Kraus said clones had a “lifespan” of only three years, which is why the Deep State bred multiple copies of the same persons. He said that rapid maturation came with an insolvable side effect: irreversible decay of neural pathways.
In humans, the brain clears unused pathways through a process called synaptic pruning; every time we learn something new, our brain structure changes; new neural pathways form (synapses are created to store and retrieve this new information.)
Clones, Kraus said, stop forming new pathways after three years, and existing paths rot, causing psychosis before they die.
Every clone, he added, has a subdermal microchip implanted behind the left ear. It serves as a GPS tracking device and a receiver through which the Deep State can issue a “recall command” ahead of the clone’s expiration date.
“He also said the chip allows the Deep State to monitor a clone’s general health,” our source said.
Kraus explained that recalled clones get dissolved in acid and replaced by another facsimile of the human it portrays in public, and claimed the now-destroyed Missouri lab had released three copies of Joseph R. Biden between 2012-2022.
Kraus said he believed but could not prove that Obama had real Biden killed.
Our source said Kraus passed four polygraph exams.
When asked what would happen to Kraus, he said, “Obviously, we can’t let him go. The Deep State won’t let him live, and we have justifiable reasons to hold him indefinitely if necessary. He’s committed crimes against the nation and humanity. And he might have more to tell us.”