Loose-lipped pillow talk may have sealed the fate of the sex goddess who had affairs with both Bobby Kennedy and John F. Kennedy. Mafia godfather Sam Giancana claims to have ordered the hit and then tried to frame Bobby who had been at Marilyn's house the day of her...
Slovakia Prime Minister Robert Fico Shot in Assassination Attempt
Accusations range from his pro-Russian stance to his anti-WHO Pandemic Treaty stance On May 15, 2024, a gunman shot Slovakia Prime Minister Robert Fico outside of a meeting he had attended. Given their track record and the political stakes involved, many people suspect that U.S. and other Western forces orchestrated...
Hunter S. Thompson’s death 18 years ago remains suspicious. He left no suicide note and, according to the official story, supposedly shot himself while on the phone with his wife in mid-conversation—though she never heard any gunshots. The night before his death, Hunter told a friend: “They’re gonna make it...
So maybe Oswald really did shoot JFK with an old Italian army rifle—that now-famous Carcano. But I seriously doubt it. I just can't picture a Marine Corps-trained rifleman selecting such a weapon to shoot anybody. That is because Italian weapons of the World War II era had a lousy reputation...
In popular lore, John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Abraham Lincoln, was the first lone deranged gunman—preceding Lee Harvey Oswald. A stage actor from a famous theatrical family from Maryland and Confederate sympathizer who was as “handsome as a Greek God,” Booth shot Lincoln in the back of the head...
Douglas Valentine says that “Zelensky doesn’t go to the bathroom without asking permission from his CIA case officer.” CIA expert Douglas Valentine, author of the seminal book The Phoenix Program (1990), believes that the CIA was behind the car bomb that killed Darya Dugina, a journalist and daughter of well-known...
Famous Black Like Me author John Howard Griffin, who was recruited under CIA’s Operation Mockingbird, appears to have played an important role in the cover-up For five decades, the circumstances of the sudden death of the famed anti-Vietnam War monk Thomas Merton have remained cloaked in the confusion of assorted...
On April 3, 1996, Ron Brown, then-Secretary of Commerce in the Clinton administration, was killed along with 34 others, all but two of them Americans, when their Air Force CT-43A plane crashed into a mountainside near Dubrovnik, Croatia. An Air Force inquiry blamed the crash on pilot error, failure of...
“Frank Olson is flying and it’s a long way down” - David Clewell, “CIA in Wonderland.” In September 1994, the NBC hit show Unsolved Mysteries aired an episode on Dr. Frank Olson, a CIA biochemist at the Fort Detrick laboratory on germ warfare. Olson had supposedly jumped to his death...
Pink Floyd Star Declared “Enemy of Ukraine” I have written about the Ukrainian hit list known as Mirotvorets, or “Peacekeeper,” twice before. The first time was in an article about internet censorship, and the second time was when a 13-year-old Ukrainian girl, Faina Savenkova, was added to the list for publicly speaking out against Kyiv’s...