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Video: Darren Winters' evil Mrs Tatjana reckons cancer is down to bad thoughts - but she can help cure it

By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM | Sunday 19 February 2017


The evil Mrs of charlatan and snake oil salesman Darren Winters lied to a judge the other day saying that I was not a reliable witness and that she was planning legal action against me. Methinks not darling. The scale of just how wicked Tatjana Winters is can now be revealed as she, like her husband, prays on the vulnerable and desperate once again.

It is always the same with this terrible couple. With Darren those he has tried to mug always seem first or second generation immigrants, the hard working poor seeking a way to a better life, a way out of asset poverty. So Darren asks do you want to be rich, takes their savings and - guess what - they stay poor as his stockmarket courses do not lead to financial happiness after all. So who could be more vulnerable than the poor? How about cancer patients?

It seems that Winters Wealth Training Company is diverisifying as you can see from its website below

Now watch the evil witch Tatjana in action. Have you got cancer or is someone you love dying from this awful disease. Forget conventional therapy like drugs or chemo it is all down to bad thoughts they had a few years ago. And that can be reversed oh so easily? What's the catch? I am sure you can guess what it will be.

In the good old days King James 1 would have had ladies like Tatjana burned at the stake. She really is the most frightful person going with the possible exception of her husband. Is this enough to let me say "see you bitchez in Court?"

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