London Gazette

 

Govt Lying To Public Over Clock Project

November 15, 1885 ·

Government scientists have been accused of lying to the public over the the scope of the Clockwork Project by someone claiming to be in the possession of the lost Clockwork prototype.

In a series of leaked documents sent to us by someone called Caelen, scientist Dr Henry Winchester expresses his concern over the loss of something called Badrium, the very same mineral troops were sent to protect in Kazakhstan in 1872.

This led to the Saryn War, and the loss of thousands of lives.

Caelen issued the following statement

“I have a Clockwork device, the public is being lied to. The government must come clean or I will leak details to the press.”

Several of the documents sent to the London Gazette, suggest the government has been very economical with the truth.

If the information in the documents is correct, it will have an impact on the ongoing negotiations between the Department for the Advancement of Sciences and trade unions over job security.

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