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Originally posted by AlienChaser
The coincidence of people dying just when they are bothering the powers seems to happen quite often don't you think?
Perhaps they killed him, perhaps not, but WE will never know for sure.
Originally posted by expat2368
reply to post by wiredamerican
Bite your tongue! 52 is the age where life is just getting interesting! I am 62, and the 24yr old wife and I just celebrated our 2nd anniversary. We may start a family! 52 is just a young whippersnapper. They probably offed the guy with one of those cardiac electrical disrupter gadgets they nailed some other people with who got too close to developing free energy devices.
BTW thats the reason there won't be disclosure... they could give a rats a about aliens..disclosure would also reveal the secret of free energy.
Bloomberg’s lawsuit against the Fed, which was filed after Pittman’s requests under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act were denied, continues without him. The central bank won a delay pending an appeal, which is scheduled for the week of Jan. 4.
“All we can say is, we know David would never have committed suicide,” said Tiffany Smith, of Binder & Associates, his management company. “We’re just waiting for them to finish the investigation and find out what really happened. He really appreciated everything life has to give ... and that’s not something David would ever do to himself.”
The 67-year-old, who's been accused of raking in nearly $7 billion as a part of Madoff's skulduggery, was found at the bottom of the pool by his wife. Police are investigating the cause of death. Read more: Madoff Associate Found Dead in Swimming Pool -- Daily Intel nymag.com...
Originally posted by TheComte
Nothing sinister about the Carradine death unless you think autoerotic asphyxiation is sinister. Strange, perhaps, but not a mystery.
One of the most frustrating things about being a conspiracy buff is dealing with the fact that regardless of how suspicious some event may be, we are rarely able to gather enough reliable evidence to know what really happened.
Originally posted by wiredamerican
reply to post by muggl3z
died Nov. 25 in Yonkers, New York. He was 52.
He was an old man. He had 52 years of life. I am putting my chips on he died of old age rather than the fed sacrificing him for the greater good of the country.