posted on Apr, 10 2014 @ 05:40 PM
Gawker has published an interesting article on Mark Gorton
and his conspiracy theories
. A so-called “Wall Street Genius” Gorton is a very wealthy financier/entrepreneur. He is the creator and head
of Limewire, a music sharing web site and Tower Research, a high-frequency hedge fund, etc.
Gawker indicates in the article that, Gorton has “been favorably profiled in the New York Times” as a successful businessman and
He recently sent to his employees at Tower Research some essays that describe a 40+-year-old national conspiracy involving the the Council on Foreign
Relations; the deaths of JFK, RFK, journalist-author Hunter Thompson, Senator Paul Wellstone; 9/11; the Oklahoma City bombing; and the
careers/nefarious activities of the Bushes, Clintons, J. Edgar Hoover, Allen Dulles; etc.
He details a significant part of the plot to murder JFK involved a potential invasion of Cuba and/or nuclear war with Russia in order to cover up the
conspiracy were it to be fully revealed.
Now that the documents are out and published, he has expressed fear for his life and the lives of his children.
The documents are available at the Gawker link above.
I guess the interesting thing aside from the accusations (old news at ATS) is the prominence of this individual and the release of his ideas to his
A possible question: he bases his thoughts on his “research.” Is his research of more value than that of anyone else because he’s prominent?
Does he have more on the line (and therefore brings credence to his research) or is he secure in his prominence?