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A list of all pages that have property "Description" with value "This property holds the value of the property depth of a query". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

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  • User:Robin  + (This is, particularly in light of other CIA plane events linked to the global illegal drug trade, not a story which should not be allowed to slip down the [[memory hole]].)
  • Document:Organised 911 Disinformation  + (This makes particular reference to the "Citizens Investigation Team" and the video of their evidence <sup id="cite_ref-1" class="reference"><a href="#cite_note-1">[1]</a></sup>)
  • Harold Goulding  + (This may be just a cover story.)
  • Stephen Lander  + (This may have been a simple renaming from G5, after "terrorism" was moved to its own (T) section in 1990.)
  • Document  + (This object is only to be used for pages in the document: namespace. It is for documents created by 3rd parties.)
  • User:Robin  + (This page contains not only a solid overview, but also important original research about the Bilderberg done by Wikispooks editors. Who knew that the Bilderberg have controlled the NATO Secretary General since 1966?)
  • User:Robin  + (This page could do with more examples, but sketches out a distressing picture of how schools - particularly in the USA - are being used to prepare the next generation for an obscene, totalitarian autocracy.)
  • User:Robin  + (This page is not perfectly structured, but contains a lot of well referenced and thought provoking information. If you are new to 9/11 skepticism, this is a pretty good place event to start unraveling the [[official narrative]].)
  • User:Robin  + (This page may be the clearest exposition on WWW of the fate of this courageous whistleblower.)
  • User:Robin  + (This page summarises the eyewitness testimony of Barry Jennings, which was directly contradicted by the NIST report released soon after his sudden and mysterious disappearance.)
  • Property:Has subGroup  + (This property allows for the reflection of hierarchical organisation of groups. The inverse, [[Property:Has superGroup]] is calculated from this - so in cases of incompatibility, ''Has subGroup'' can be assumed to the more reliable.|)
  • Property:Has criminalConviction  + (This property connects people to criminal charges of which they have been convicted.)
  • Property:Has headquarters  + (This property declares the headquarters of an organisation.)
  • Property:Has authority  + (This property denotes the authority under which an event occurred. Currently it is used only for legal cases, but that may change.)
  • Property:Has participant  + (This property for noting participants in events)
  • Property:Has witness  + (This property for noting witnesses of events)
  • Property:ON has witness  + (This property for noting witnesses of events)
  • Property:Description2  + (This property gives a one paragraph description: <500 characters of wikitext. It is used by Wikispooks internally and swaps out square brackets with safer characters so they can be stored in a property.)
  • Property:Description  + (This property gives a one paragraph description: <500 characters of plaintext, with no carriage return.)
  • Property:Has aim  + (This property holds the actual aim(s) of an organisation.)
  • Property:Query string  + (This property holds the conditions of the query as a string)
  • Property:ON has aim  + (This property holds the official aim(s) of an organisation.)
  • Property:Has name  + (This property holds the official name an organisation.)
  • Property:Query format  + (This property holds the value of the number of conditions in a query)
  • Property:Query size  + (This property holds the value of the number of conditions in a query)