posted on Jul, 4 2010 @ 03:53 PM
Originally posted by malcr
Hmmm, so let's regurgitate an event long enough after it happened to cloud peoples memories.
He committed suicide for one very simple reason: He broke the official secrets act and as such would lose everything including, at his age, his
substantial government pension. This would leave his family in dire straits. So he committed suicide BEFORE he lost everything.
All conspiratorial facts are embedded , as said before, in peoples poor recollections and incompletely examined circumstances.
NO CONSPIRACY just plain old ordinary human nature......as is the case 99.9% of the time on ATS and real life.
As an Englishman who has lived outside the UK for over 25 years, I have had my eyes open to the media lies and brainwashing for quite some time,
almost immediately when seeing how one sided and distorted the US media were, before realising that the same thing was going on in the UK, in a
perhaps more subtle (maybe, maybe not) way..
I must say that when this happened and was in the news (the announced suicide) I was not paying much attention, until I picked up that the guy had
taken his dogs for a walk in the forest and cut his wrists in the process!
Sorry but in what world does that happen in? Usually, if someone wants to slit their wrists and commit suicide they would usually do it at home, maybe
in a bed or bath!
Taking his dogs for a walk? Really? Stop it! The story was suspect from the beginning, if he had slit his wrists at home, most people probably would
not even have questioned the suicide, sometimes TPTB make mistakes too, by trying too hard.
Sprouting the official line, does not make it the truth. History is full of examples where the facts were eliminated in the official truths (coverups)
like The Warren Commission, Watergate, Gulf of Tonkin, etc., common sense is thrown out of the window and who would ever believe that their government
would lie to them? Certainly not you!