posted on Jul, 4 2010 @ 01:13 AM
reply to post by mav0360
you can laugh, troll. the fact is, i know about some conspiracies because of this man. would you have me know nothing of conspiracies? i bet.
But what if he wasn't telling the truth? What if Cooper was picking out other people's ideas
and using them for airtime, attention and a few
His Operation Majority conspiracy takes us back to the Lars Hanson interview on Page 1. Cooper had a 4th generation copy of the Zapruder film. He'd
indirectly 'borrowed' it from Hanson and was claiming he'd seen it before whilst in 'Naval Intelligence.' He attempted to make money off it by
implying it was proof that Kennedy was shot by driver. At no point did Cooper give credit to Larson. He generated media interest and never admitted
where he got it from.
He was challenged, live on air, by Lars Hanson. Instead of admitting he'd stolen the credit, he actually began shouting at Hanson and accusing him of
being part of the conspiracy! He practically called him....you guessed it...a 'disinfo agent!
That's just background because he centred his great conspiracy on this film of the driver killing JFK. When Zapruder's cleaner footage came out, it
became clear the driver didn't kill JFK. Cooper had gone too far to admit he was wrong. He now claimed the driver used a secret CIA sonic bullet that
killed JFK with instant poison.
Have you wondered how a Naval Petty Officer had access to ever major conspiracy in the west? He knew about JFK, CIA drug-trafficking, the war with the
aliens, moon bases, Illuminati and AIDs as a class warfare poison (btw AIDS isn't caused by a microbe). That's one hell of a leaky conspiracy.
To me, Cooper was a fraud and a liar...he might have been a good family man too. On the other hand, inviting the authorities to a gunfight at the
family home is reckless endangerment.