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If you were a witness to an (alleged) coverup like JFK or 9/11, would you come forward?

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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:16 PM
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Ok here's an idea: what about a dead man's switch? In other words, let's say the witness doesn't talk, but leaves everything they know to a key few people they know. Should anything happen to the witness, the information is released. You never know, even in the JFK & 9/11 cases, there were deaths of people who never spoke, but probably knew something...




posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 09:44 PM
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Originally posted by mossme89
Ok here's an idea: what about a dead man's switch? In other words, let's say the witness doesn't talk, but leaves everything they know to a key few people they know. Should anything happen to the witness, the information is released. You never know, even in the JFK & 9/11 cases, there were deaths of people who never spoke, but probably knew something...


Been there, done that, and wonder how safe I am being married to a psychopath in the JFK thingy.

I just talked to a member of the family who was involved in a killing of a guy who was set to testify, not just a few minutes ago.

Google Ralph McMillan and Clyde Johnson.

This entire family is whacko and I have to deal with 'em!



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