She starts screaming for help and for the police. Her top half starts fighting off cops, cussing and spitting at them, while the bottom half lies useless, suffering from compound fractures and protruding bone shrapnel.
After playing human pinball with a speeding car, Sabina begins shouting, “They’re going to steal your organs!” The car’s windshield is a spiderweb of cracks, and the corner of the hood has been significantly crushed. She should be dead, spine crushed to a powder. Instead, she’s on her feet, punching a cop and running back into traffic. Like her sister, she seems confused, calling for help and failing to recognize the police.
(The organ theft statement may also support an MK-Ultra angle, considering that some theorists believe the operation also involved the harvesting of organs from the poor to stick into the rich.)
By the end, it takes three officers and three passing civilians to restrain Sabina. They each take charge of one of her limbs, and still barely manage to get her back to the side of the road without injury. One officer later recalls, “She’s almost waving us around like rag dolls on her arms.”
(Sabina’s apparent invulnerability and super-strength have been gleefully compared to theories of Soviet Union super soldiers with their brains’ pain centers deactivated through dark science, and their skeletons made out of titanium.
But I should point out to the uninitiated that this story sounds suspiciously like the origin of everyone’s favorite Canadian superhero: the Wolverine.)
After all the craziness, the twins are rushed to a hospital. Ursula is put in intensive care, and after only five hours, Sabina is given a clean bill of health and transported to a police station, where her demeanor has changed drastically.
Officers were now interacting with a calm and friendly woman, a far cry from the screaming maniac who, only hours before, had required six adults to restrain her. In the film, one officer even describes her as flirtatious.
(Here we have evidence that the sisters were possible victims of Project Monarch, the supposedly long-running undertaking sponsored by the Illuminati/NWO/Someone-Else-Probably, which uses torture, mind control, and sexual abuse to create programmable human beings who are said to be used as sex slaves for the elite.
Sabina’s flirtatious behavior could be a sign of Monarch programming, as victims are said to have artificially induced Dissociative Personality Disorder, with one of the personalities being devoid of sexual inhibitions. This is referred to as “Beta Programming.”
For details on my unpopular opinion that there is no such thing as a Monarch program, please refer to my previous article, Donald Duck: High Priest of the Illuminati.)
Sabina receives a psychological evaluation and is deemed fit to go before a magistrate. She has been charged with assaulting a police officer and trespassing on a motorway, but the assault charge is dropped before she is sentenced to a day in jail. She is released on time served, only two days after the motorway incident.
(McCann says this is another time where the police made it easy for Sabina to slip away. The mysterious dropping of charges by the police left the magistrate with only a minor offense rule over, making it possible to put Sabina back on the streets. He also questions how someone who has exhibited such dangerous and abnormal behavior could be given a clean bill of health by three professionals only a day later. Obviously a police cover-up.)
The story only gets weirder after Sabina’s release.