Saturday, December 08, 2012

Still Missed!

Thirty-two years ago today, iconic musician and peace advocate John Lennon was killed on his doorstep. Not everyone believes we know the real story. The following is from BrassCheckTV:

The Official Story

Let's see...

It's 1980. There are no cheap air flights. Credit cards are not easily available.

A 25 year old ex-camp counselor and janitor flies from Hawaii to New York City, stays in five star luxury hotels (ex. The Waldorf Astoria), flies to Georgia, back to New York City and then back to Hawaii.

Back in Hawaii, he tells his wife he planned to kill John Lennon, hands her the gun he planned to use and then tells her that he changed his mind.

Then he flies back to New York City and with no known marksmanship training and an avowed aversion to guns shoots and kills John Lennon.

Makes a lot of sense, doesn't it?

Disappearing material witnesses and evidence

The media sure made the wife disappear and Chapman's psychiatrist too.

Did you even know Chapman was married? (What kind of chick marries and stays with a dude like this?)

Did you even know Chapman had been under a psychiatrist's care for years leading up to the shooting? Whoever he was (and whatever methods he was using), the public never got his name. Funny how that works - over and over again.
More here.


Blogger Father Tyme said...

I"ve live through two major "when the music died" times; Buddy, Richie and J.P., then John.

Don't know if any of you ever heard this. It was originally done by the Righteous Brothers but this video by Steven Prooth was done very well.

HArd to watch without a tear or two, at least for me.

12:52 AM  
Blogger Jefferson's Guardian said...

Mr. Lennon will be forever missed.

He was a prophet of our time, and he spoke the truth. This is what made him dangerous. He was inciting "thinking", and we all know that was, and continues to be, antithetical to the corporate-state's objectives.

If one man was deemed too threatening to live, just imagine what they think when millions still follow his teachings.

11:05 AM  

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