posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 05:06 PM
I have long been interested in the why or when of the US government killing people. And there have been many cases surrounding other conspiracies
where it has happened, although only a few can be directly tied to the government. I can think of two actually, both older occurrences. But then there
were all the people who died mysteriously, people who were investigating the Kennedy assassination.
But here is the deal. The CIA or DIA or whoever it is that actually pulls the trigger, just don't go around killing conspiracy theorists. They will
kill these people, but ONLY when there is sufficient reason. It is not justifiable of course, but they do this to protect their own crimes and
secrets. There was the guy who was thrown out of the window in a NY hotel, a CIA man who was intimately involved with the illegal '___' experiments
being performed on unknowing citizens, and foreigners alike, for those who remember what happened. While there may not be direct proof of who did it,
we all know who it was. People directly involved know who it was as well, and some have been interviewed.
Dorothy Kilgallen is one of the most interesting cases of a suspected government hit in my opinion. Anyway, if this was a CIA hit on the 9/11
researcher, then he either knew previous secrets that they were afraid he would reveal in the future, or he was investigating a certain lead that was
making people uncomfortable, or something along that tack. And also, they are not as apt to do it, imo, when the writings are ambiguous. But when
powerful people start having their names dropped, especially if along with that there is evidence to tie them to the case, you can believe that a hit
could be performed.
Just because we live in the US does not mean these things are impossible. They HAVE happened before, and even 9/11 witnesses have been murdered, in
apparent "suicides." Anyone intimately familiar with the case will know those I am referring to. So many people claim that conspiracy theorists are
crazy, and maybe some of them are...But when what you are investigating looks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it sure as heck is probably not a