posted on Feb, 25 2009 @ 07:57 AM
Behold A Pale Horse - Book by William Cooper which refered to the coming times as well as predictions (including 911) who was later murdered by the
feds soon after Sept 11, 2001:
Nov 6, 2001
William Milton Cooper, author of "Behold a Pale Horse," was killed in a shootout with sheriff's deputies in Eagar, Arizona today. Cooper was host
of a talk show broadcast by Worldwide Christian Radio out of Nashville. He was well known in the UFO community for his radical view that there were
a number of alien species present on earth, and that they were unspeakably evil.
He led a drive to identify Whitley Strieber as a CIA agent, and considered most conventional UFO researchers, including Stanton Friedman, Linda
Moulton Howe and many others, to be agents of a conspiracy devoted to concealing the evil alien presence so that it could do its bidding on earth
untroubled by human resistance.
He considered Art Bell a conspiratorial proponent of a new world order that he believed would destroy human freedom, and devoted many pages of his
website to diatribes against Bell.
In defense of his claim that Strieber was a CIA operative, he produced a document that was allegedly written in 1981 that "activated" Strieber and
a number of other individuals, including Richard Hoagland in a program called "Project Enable." Among other inaccuracies, the document identifies
Dr. John Alexander as a major when he was, at the time of its writing, a Lieutenant Colonel. It makes reference to Project Stargate, but is dated in
1981, when the military remote viewing program was still called Project Grill Flame.
When deputies attempted to arrest Cooper this morning, a gun battle broke out. One Apache County deputy received two gunshots to the head. The deputy
was in critical condition at a Phoenix hospital. Cooper, who had a handgun, was killed.
Cooper served with the Strategic Air command until 1965. He was also a naval officer. He was discharged from the Navy in 1975.
In March of 1999, Cooper sent his family out of the United States. He remained alone at his home in Arizona, where he was killed.
On the official William Cooper website, his family states that his death was apparently not related to his opposition to the federal government, but
came as a result of a sheriff's deputy's attempt to serve a warrant in a local matter.
A Covenant With Death
by Bill Cooper ( Commentary from research Barbara Ann -- File No. 005 )
"Sometime ago I had the opportunity to meet William Cooper and his wife Annie. It was part of my job to verify whether this man did indeed speak the
truth or was just another person seeking fame and fortune. What I found was a rugged, bulldog, driven individual who was kind, thoughtful and
tenderhearted. He was truly concerned about you and your welfare. "Bill knew that people were badly informed by a society which spoon- feeds you
deception until there is no distinction between fiction and reality. He sees what many other(s) see happening, and he is not afraid to do something
"There are many who do not want you to know what Bill has to say. They have tried many times to stop him from saying it. The scars on his face and
the loss of his leg are his bandages of sincerity on your behalf.
"No one becomes popular by telling people the truth. History records what happened to the true prophets of the past. However, some have listened to
their warnings and were not caught off-guard. Others have put their heads in the sand and refused to listen.
"Bill has it together, and has put it together for you so you can also be one of the informed of the world. A well informed person can make the
right decision. William Cooper has my vote of approval because I cared enough to find out who the man is. Now is your opportunity."