posted on Jun, 10 2014 @ 01:45 AM
In my personal opinion the CIA began using vehicle "accidents" sometime in the 60's. I'm sure they realized that once they could actually kill US
citizens to cover up anything they wished to, or for any other reason they might have, they needed a way that would make it difficult to tell what
actually occurred. An automobile accident with an explosion and/or fire will destroy things that could potentially be linked to tampering. I believe
they experimented with other methods before this, Frank Olson being a notable example back in the 50's. I am not talking about the entire agency, as
there are various types of jobs one can have when working for an intelligence agency. Those who would be doing stuff like this would be a relatively
small group. And I imagine that it is cross-agency as well. The FBI is definitely not known for targeted killings like the CIA, but I imagine that
they too possess the know-how and capabilities. So if the motive and willingness are there, what will stop them? The law? HA!
I am not saying that in this journalist was killed by US intelligence or by the FBI, but it is strange that his widow is saying this stuff, which is
corroborated by the guy's own communications to some extent. There are some things that seem quite strange. One can look back through important
events that were deemed to be government coverups or conspiracies, and there are always highly questionable deaths surrounding these incidents. From
people dying in car crashes, people committing suicide, etc...I do not think that most people truly know the awful things that we KNOW the CIA and FBI
have done in the past. Documented stuff and sometimes stuff that is just so obvious that you know what likely occurred, even if it cannot be proven.
From the slaying of Black Panther leaders lying unarmed in their beds to being gunned down in broad daylight, to executing tens of thousands of
civilians during the Vietnam War, and the list goes on and on. These agencies DO kill US citizens within the United States with absolutely no legal
Knowing this, I cannot say that it is impossible that this person was not killed by the government. The problem here is unchecked authority and the
idea that "anything" is acceptable for "national security" purposes, or simply to cover one's own butt or their agency's butt. The truth of the
matter is that the buck stops somewhere. Somebody CAN make these calls and does.