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“Prosecutor” of Trump, a Jew, Disguising Himself as a Smith, Changing His First Name, and Drops his Middle Jewish Name

This guy sure looks Jewish. His full name is John Luman Smith. Someone said he was part Arabic, just saying. A reader submitted this additional genealogy site.


He goes by just “Jack Smith”, and there is no evidence of a legal name change. And he dropped the Jewish Luman middle name.

The most suspicious evidence of his selection is that he and his wife and daughter were living in Holland for 4 years, at the time he was selected to be the perfect individual to prosecute Trump. And they moved the next month. Hmmmmmmm…..

And he has that same disdainful look as Merrick Garland who looks disgusted that he even has to be in the same room as the Goyim. It’s impossible to find information on his parents.

It is possible to find information on his wife, who donated to Obama and Biden, and did a Video documentary to promote Michelle Obama. She goes by Katy Chevigny, her real name is Katherine Gale Chevigny.

John L. “Jack” Smith, who grew up near Syracuse and graduated from Liverpool High School in 1987, was appointed by U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland

Funny how he got into Harvard whilst his high school friend says…..Hanson said Smith was funny and upbeat. Smart, but not a serious student in high school, he said. If someone had to guess who’d go on to ace Harvard Law School, it’s unlikely he’d be at the top of anyone’s list. Smith’s grades were fine, but nothing fantastic.


It was fairly hard to find his middle name, Luman, which is a Hebrew name.


His wife, apparently has a French name, or at least named for a French region or city.


They were living in the Netherlands, when Merrick Garland “selected” “Jack” to be the special prosecutor. They moved to DC the next month. Wow, nothing odd about that?

Smith’s wife’s Parents.


CHEVIGNY–Bell Gale. 1936-2021. Bell Gale Chevigny, 85, died on November 28, 2021 at her home in Manhattan. The cause was cancer. Bell is survived by her husband of 57 years, Paul Chevigny, their daughters Katy and Blue, and their grandchildren Josie and Simone. She was born on March 17, 1936, to Virginia and Marland Gale.

Katherine’s sister’s name is Blue, and she looks like Katherine

John/Jack and Katy/Katherine have a daughter named Josie. That information was quite hard to find, and ONLY found in an article about John/Jack’s swimming.


They guy who married Jack and Katy was the “Honorable Nicholas G. Garafis, the same one that presided over the Raniere Sex Cult trial. That trial details are below.


Jack/Katy were married on July 23, 2011.

Katherine had a failed marriage to Jonathan Chen, Married September 30, 2001. Nothing can be found about their divorce, but it seemed to be a year or so before the new marriage.


Katherine and “Michelle” Obama


7 replies on ““Prosecutor” of Trump, a Jew, Disguising Himself as a Smith, Changing His First Name, and Drops his Middle Jewish Name”

if he is a Smith, the area he’s from makes sense. The very famous John Lyman Smith was the Mormon founder of the Church of the Latter Day Saints.

Is this a correct interpretation of Esperanto? from AI
Esperanto is a constructed international auxiliary language created by L. L. Zamenhof in the late 19th century. It was designed to be an easy-to-learn, politically neutral language to foster peace and international understanding.

In the context of “Jack Smith,” it’s possible that the name “Jack Smith” is being used as an alias or pseudonym, especially if the individual has an interest in Esperanto or is involved in activities that benefit from anonymity. Given your knowledge of etymology and early forms of Latin, you might be interested in how Esperanto incorporates and simplifies elements from various European languages, including Latin.

If “Jack Smith” is a name used by someone who is an Esperantist (a speaker or advocate of Esperanto), it could suggest that the person values linguistic diversity and internationalism. The name “Smith” being common and easily recognizable in many cultures might be chosen for its simplicity and universality, aligning with the principles of Esperanto.

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