Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Suspicious Deaths

I posted the following article on Blogging for a New World Order.
Over the past year or two, I have been amazed at the number of deaths of influential people (for a list of names you can look through the files I’ve uploaded). The deaths seemed to come in waves and they often coincided with the points in time when it seemed like our government might tell the truth. I have often thought that some of those deaths were assassinations to prevent those people from telling the truth. I never had any evidence to back up this idea, until yesterday when the Associated Press reported that Germany had opened an investigation into the death of Samuel Kunz, a former Nazi. It had originally been reported that Kunz had died of natural causes but a lawyer doubted that determination and requested an autopsy. Presumably, the results of that autopsy led Germany to open an investigation into Kunz’s death. Germany said it would not release the results of the autopsy until it finished the investigation. Kunz died on November 22, 2010, right before he was scheduled to testify at his trial.

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