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David Wynn Miller

David Wynn Miller was born on 1949 September 17. After a botched surgical operation, he was allegedly physically dead for half an hour. Somehow, he came back to life, after which he allegedly did not sleep for eight years. After that, he required only three hours of sleep a day. He claims to be an expert in many different fields, including being a judge. He website is dwmlc.com, which probably is an abbreviation of “David Wynn Miller legal counselor”. Furthermore, he is also a high-degree freemason. In September 2012, during a non-stop presentation of 9½ hours, he presented his language-based solution to allegedly all legal issues, which he named the “Correct-Sentence-Structure-Communication-Parse-Syntax-Grammar”. In that presentation, he also claimed that his physical body has stopped aging. He indeed looks much younger than 63 years of age, but that might also be a result of perhaps painting his hear black (or wearing a toupee). Anyway, many other claims are demonstrably false. What he does is leading gullible people astray by distracting them form the real solution that Wholly Science offers, as any paper-based solution always fails, sooner or later.

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