DNFMOMD Classified Video Materials LEAKED!

There has been a lot of media coverage lately of the Wikileaks controversy. Somehow, top secret documents and other materials appeared on this web site. At first, we found it fascinating and wondered whether the increased transparency was good or bad. Was it dangerous to those involved with leaking, mentioned in the documents, etc.? Would it prevent the possible mistreatment of innocent civilians during war-time activities from being covered up? In what some consider the greatest misdirected intelligence leak since the Valerie Plame affair, a minute-long segment of secret training and mission preparations video for a major operation involving the members of Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling appeared today, with no warning, on Youtube. Virtually every federal agency is investigating the leak and we’ve vowed to help smoke out the mole. Until then, we are asking you to take a look at the leaked video to see if there are any hidden clues that might help us catch the perpetrator. We do believe that Killer Suit Pictures may have some role in the leak. We never did trust Glenn di Benedetto, Public Figure and his hidden-agenda smile.

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  • […] Do Not Forsake Me Oh My DarlingDNFMOMD started the year off right with a fun visit to WMFO’s On the Town with Mikey Dee to record a live session and a couple of British interviews, here and here. We released our debut EP (recap), The New Number 2, to much local press fanfare!  We then decided to toss it all out and perform some songs on acoustic guitar and glockenspiel on WAAF’s Bay State Rock.  Then, we went on our first ever tour, which was extensively documented.  We performed acoustic songs in front of Foamhenge, the burned-out shell of a giant Jesus statue, in a field outside a prison (even got busted by prison security) near Cincinnati, and an industrial park in Cleveland.  We also visited a theme park with giant displays of dinosaurs eating Confederate soldiers.  We returned to show off Sophia’s physics education and play a college-themed rock show.  We spent the latter part of the year working on a new 7-song collection, which will be released in early 2011 along with 2 music videos, one a massively planned recreation of the opening sequence of The Prisoner, the other an original narrative. […]

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