Court Rules Jew Sorcerer David Copperfield was Negligent, His Dark Magic Secrets Revealed to the World

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
May 31, 2018

This evil Jew must be stopped at all costs.

Jews have made us abolish our anti-sorcery laws – under the guise that magic isn’t real. This, of course, is perfect cover for the Jew’s dark witchcraft.

Jewish sorcery in action, sacrificing chickens to their demonic overlord.

This isn’t anything new. Jews have sacrificed much more than chickens in order to please the dark god Yahweh/Molech.

The blood of goyim children is Yahweh’s favorite offering.

And now, we have another case of a Jewish sorcerer being found guilty in the case of a White man being victimized during his evil occult performance.

NPR:

No doubt, it is something famed illusionist David Copperfield hoped would just go away. However, unlike one of his magic acts, he couldn’t just make it disappear with the wave of a hand.

On Tuesday, a jury in Las Vegas found Copperfield negligent, but not financially responsible for an injury suffered by British tourist Gavin Cox, who says he slipped and fell while acting as a “volunteer from the audience” during an illusion in Las Vegas in 2013.

“Negligent?”

Doubtful.

A man who wields such terrifying powers doesn’t make such elementary mistakes. All is within his plan.

A more rational explanation is that Copperfield (born David Seth Kotkin) expected the British goy to be sacrificed during his magic “act,” presumably in order to receive even greater powers from his demon god.

It is a qualified victory for Copperfield, but it still comes at a steep price: his lawyers were unable to prevent the disclosure of secrets about the illusion in question, known as “Lucky #13.”

The mechanics of the act seem remarkably pedestrian – as in, it involved a lot of walking (and running) around for those who volunteered to “disappear.”

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, “Cox was among 12 other volunteers who seemed to disappear from Copperfield’s elevated stage, when in reality they were whisked off the platform by flashlight-wielding stagehands.”

Yes, Jewish magic, like every other part of Jewish culture, is based on illusion and deception. And also, phylacteries and occult incantations.

A Jewish magical talisman – presumably used to curse the goyim with eternal poverty and tranny sons.

The Associated Press adds that “the randomly chosen participants [were ushered] past dark curtains, down passageways, around corners, outdoors, indoors and through an MGM Grand resort kitchen to re-enter the theater for the show’s finale, according to testimony.”

At some point during all of that, Cox says he was exhorted by stagehands to “Run! Run! Run!” through an outdoor alleyway coated with construction dust. That’s when he slipped and fell.

“I was having a good time up until the time I was injured,” he testified.

He was lucky to escape with his life.

Many White people were not so fortunate.

Copperfield, in spite of his crimes, will walk free.

It’s time that we, as a society, took a stand against Jewish magic – and Jewish tricks in general.

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