Prince Andrew and David Luke are the same person, it seems to me.
Only the following paragraph contains corrections concerning ownership of the airboat company from the original article:
I have mentioned this before, that I knew Dave Luke because he was a close friend of Royce, when we lived on Henry Clay Street in New Orleans in the late 1970’s. He, I and Royce were all students at Loyola on St. Charles Avenue. He lived in a flat next door to Royce’s boyfriend at the time, who was Mike Collins from New Iberia. Mike and Dave were good friends also. Royce later married my cousin (supposedly), Jett Berard, the son of Sully, Jr. (Erdogan) That lasted about a year. All of these people are good friends with Allison Bourgeois, the man I identified as similar to the one who owns Fusion GPS. Allison actually works for an airboat rental company in New Iberia that gets government contracts for water weed eradication in the Atchafalaya Basin. His friend Aubrey Dauterive is the actual owner of that air boat business, but both Jett and Allison drive the boats, or so it was last time I was around there.
I didn’t realize that Dave Luke is also prince Andrew. I see it now. I also recognize his voice as both Andrew and possibly James Comey. Surely this is already known, but it’s just dawning on me. He’s being shunned in Europe now, but that’s another life. He definitely joked a lot about little girls and white cotton panties, which of course, is not funny at all. You can see why I didn’t stay around these people beyond the one semester that I lived on Henry Clay. I didn’t even go to Royce and Jett’s wedding. I’m not surprised that they’ve all come to this, but I am surprised that Dave is the stupid prince.
He just attended this “Celebration of the Liberation of Bruge”, which was actually a sad affair. The people of Bruge getting a disgusting pedophile to do the honors says much about the phoniness of what this wreath laying actually represents. He couldn’t quite get the wreath to stay and needed help, but that’s edited out of the film.
Two things Dave liked were archery and taxidermy. The last time I spoke with him by phone was when he was living in Mandeville with his wife and children, I think, and he was selling penny stocks. He made enough money with the penny stocks to allow him to do taxidermy on the side. He had a taxidermy shop in Mandeville which I saw once and something like a gallery in Breaux Bridge. That was about twenty years ago, I can’t remember why I was even talking to him at that time.
Back in college days he had taught me archery with a compound bow. He had a target set up behind his apartment. And he was a Deek, which is a nickname for a notorious men’s fraternity that has been destroying people’s lives for generations. Ask Adam Schiff about that. That’s another story.
This information below is copied from various places online:
David Luke Taxidermy
Mandeville Furniture Dealers
3845 Highway 22
Mandeville, LA 70471
Sample Quote about Luke from a blog site:
Luke’s site says his studio is in Mandeville. Did he move to Breaux Bridge?
The actual studio is in Breaux Bridge, its worth a visit if your in the neighborhood. He has a few hundred mounts that are unbelievably lifelike on display..
David Luke Taxidermy – Breaux Bridge, LA – Yelp
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David has been practicing the art of taxidermy for over 35 years, learning to utilize “old school” techniques, combined with modern equipment, materials and concepts, to bring the finest in bird taxidermy to sportsmen and women, around the world.Hundreds of wingshooters across the Nation have David Lukes taxidermy art in their dens and offices …
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David Luke Taxidermy was founded in 1992, and is located at 3845 Highway 22 Ste 4 in Mandeville. Additional information is available at http://www.davidluketaxidermy.net or by contacting David Luke at (985) 626-1930.