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FBI Investigating ‘Lord’s Ranch’ In AR In Connection With Murder Of AR GOP State Senator Linda Collins-Smith And Possible Connections To Epstein, Child Trafficking

Breaking: Murdered Arkansas GOP Senator Believed She Was Closing In On Child Trafficking Ring In Arkansas State Government

CD Media can confirm from multiple sources who declined to be identified that the FBI (operating from outside of Arkansas) is investigating the ‘Lord’s Ranch’ in Warm Springs, AR in connection with the murder of AR GOP State Senator Linda Collins-Smith. The FBI is also looking into possible connections between the ranch and now dead convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and child trafficking.

Epstein owned a ranch in New Mexico called Zorro Ranch and is suspected of operating a pedophile ring from this location.

‘Lord’s Ranch’ was operated by Arkansas resident and convicted felon Ted Suhl, who received a commutation of sentence from President Trump last month after serving two and half years for bribery in connection with a healthcare payments scam.

The husband of Linda Collins-Smith, Arkansas Judge Phillip Smith, now disbarred, had frequently donated to the ranch, according to sources.

Sources described to CD Media how information on the ranch was located on a computer the FBI in Arkansas seized at the time of her murder.

Retraction: We initially erroneously identified the ‘Lord’s Ranch’ as located in NM, when the actual location is in Warm Springs, AR. We apologize to the Lords Ranch Community in NM for the confusion.

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Amy Freeman August 14, 2019 at 3:07 pm

I thought that The Lord’s Ranch was in Warm Springs, AR, about 20 miles outside of Pocahontas where Senator Collins lived? Is there another one in New Mexico?

CDMediaNetwork August 14, 2019 at 3:19 pm

You are correct; we have issued a retraction and apology for the mistaken location. The article is correct now. Thank you.


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