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It's Not Easy Being Emperor

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- Regardless of who wins the U.S. presidential election in November, a man in Los Angeles will still be claiming to be emperor of America.

The man calls himself "Caesar St. Augustine de Buonaparte" and claims he overthrew America in 1996 when he sent a letter to President Bill Clinton declaring war on the U.S.

Clinton never responded, so Buonaparte says he became leader by default -- and can't understand why the government and media refuse to inform the American public.

Despite this setback, Buonaparte claims he has had a part in government affairs -- including actively warning the government about terrorism.

He claims he predicted 9/11 as far back as September 12, 1994, and sent numerous letters to Clinton and George W. Bush warning them to that effect.

Although Buonaparte's warnings weren't heeded, he is taking pride that his letters predicting the terrorist attacks are part of the many documents examined in the 9/11 Commission report.

Meanwhile, Buonaparte is keeping his fingers crossed about moving into the White House soon, as he's currently between homes. In his words, "I tend to hang out in Malibu, but my belongings are in Canoga Park."


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