reply to post by Jbeth73
Admiral Boorda spoke at my Brother's commissioning as a Lieutenant (last class to graduate from Newport News in RI). After the "suicide" my
brother reported that he detected absolutely nothing in the Admiral's actions or countenance that would indicate that he was at all discouraged,
depressed, etc. in fact, quite the opposite. He found Admiral Boorda engaging and upbeat, and was very impressed with him. My brother told me this
unsolicited after the ceremony.
It seems VERY IRREGULAR that ANYONE in the military would BORROW A GUN to commit suicide (the gun belonged to his SON-IN-LAW??? He went to his
daughter's house to kill himself ???), and find it doubly unusual that he would shoot himself in the chest. This is extremely suspicious...
Now, suppose you are in charge of taking out Adm. Boorda and want to frame it as a suicide. How do you write a suicide note when you can't get it in
Boorda's handwriting? EASY. Type it. Guess what? The suicide note was typed!
I don't think there is much question that Admiral Boorda was taken out. All that nonsense about his medals not being valid is just the sort of
garbage that is drummed up when those in the black ops community want to create a background excuse for "why" he committed suicide.
There are those who think Boorda was going to spill the beans about some sort of black ops info, perhaps the existence of TR-3B's and contact with
so-called extraterrestrials, something about space command... not sure what.
Here is what Alex Jones' website says about Admiral Boorda, which can be found in a list of people who were murdered or "committed suicide" during
the Clinton administration:
Admiral Jeremy Boorda
Chief of Naval Operations
Died May 16th, 1996
Boorda supposedly went home for lunch and decided to shoot himself in the chest (by one report, twice) rather than be interviewed by Newsweek magazine
Explanations for Boorda’s suicide focused on a claim that he was embarrassed over two "Valor" pins he was not authorized to wear.
Former CNO Admiral Elmo Zumwalt said on the May 17 Larry King Live show that Admiral Boorda was not only authorized to wear the "V" on his medals,
but that had personally authorized him to do so when he was serving as Commander Naval Forces Vietnam.
When it turned out that Boorda was entitled to those decorations, blame shifted to stresses over the down sizing of the Navy, and even (Washington
Times) the adverse affect that feminism was having on the Navy’s morale.
Boorda supposedly left two suicide notes, neither of which was released.
On Thursday, June 25, 1998, Navy Secretary John Dalton formally acknowledged that Boorda had been entitled to wear the decorations.
So, like Brown, and like Foster, the proximate cause for the "suicide" turns out to be fraudulent.