Liberating the “Queege” from Customs

The Core of the QEG

The Core of the QEG

Our Delegation  left Aouchtam for Casablanca about 1 PM on Wednesday, April 23rd. This was slightly later than the group that took the tour bus to the M’soura Stone Circle. The five people who went to interface with the customs officials were: 1) Jamie Robitaille, design engineer  of the QEG; 2) Hope Moore, spokesperson for Fix the World Project (sponsor of the QEG); 3) Heather Ann Tucci Jarraf, former legal counsel in the upper echelons of International Finance and trustee of the former One People Public Trust; 4) Caleb Skinner, IT wizard, creator of Project XIII and also a trustee of the former One People Public Trust; and 5) Othmane (pro: Ott-man) a young Moroccan neighbor, whose business is international trade. Thus he is used to dealing with Customs and speaks perfect French.

Our entire community held a single focus: to get the customs officials to release the Core so we could bring her back to Aouchtam and assembly of the QEG could begin.
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