CHAPMAN PINCHER, the venerable British spy-buster has drawn attention to the possibility that
As previously revealed by the EWN the West too has more than a dirty arm up its sleeve when it comes to bizarre fatalities.
Concerns are being expressed at the baffling coincidental deaths, suicides or disappearances of 10 highly placed whistleblowers whose revelations about the BP Gulf oil spill might have consequences more dire than the spill itself.
There are so many unexplained deaths suggesting foul play that perhaps an online cemetery might be arranged to honour their sacrifice too.
The roll call would list those whose positions in state or conglomerate employment tend to make them as unique as were their unfortunate departure from life.
Alistair Beckham, 52, was a highly rated British aerospace engineer whose speciality was designing computer software for sophisticated naval defence systems. He isn’t anymore: he died a bizarre violent death. After dropping his wife off at work he went into his garden shed. There he wrapped electrical conduit around his bare chest, placed a handkerchief between his teeth and pulled the switch.
His name has been added to the growing lost of British scientists employed by SDI who died in distressing and unusual circumstances since 1982. All were engaged on highly classified projects; none had apparent motive for taking their own lives.
To add to the debate others allude to an ongoing fraud investigation involving
When the numbers of mysterious fatalities, many of them extremely violent, added up the
British MPs had been making similar requests for years. One of them is Labour MP Doug Hoyle, co-president of the Manufacturing, Science and Finance Union. The Conservative government at the time refused any investigation. The Pentagon refuses to comment.
When The Sunday Times published details of 12 mysterious deaths the
Will we ever get to the bottom of the disturbing dossier of mysterious coincidental deaths? There isn’t much room for optimism. As NBC News
By Craig Ireland