September 14th, 2018 8:00am
Pat Tillman, a pro American football star, Army Ranger and subsequent casualty of the aftermath of 9-11, was shot and killed by "friendly fire" while on duty April 22nd 2004.
Two weeks before his end of service he spoke to a journalist in the field about his future in the Army. The journalist recorded everything on tape.
Journalist: Pat you're down to your tour, you're getting outa here pretty soon.
Pat: Yeah Im getting out in two weeks and I'm going back to the states.
Journalist: Are you going to stay in the Army?
Pat: No, when I get out I'm going to be the biggest whistleblower America has ever seen.
Pat had set up a meeting with outspoken governmental corruption social critic and author Noam Chomsky, soon after his return to the states. Pat kept a diary that was just loaded with damning accounts of corruption. There is no doubt he was going to share his notes with Chomsky.
Pat never got to visit with Chomsky, he was assassinated a few days after his interview in the field with three .223 bullets to the forehead by an unknown soldier.
The official story was that Pat was killed by enemy fire in the mountains of Afghanistan. Only thing is, there was no firefight that day.
As the lie unraveled the military adjusted the story a few weeks later claiming it was a case of mistaken identity and he was shot by one of our own from about 40 yards away.
Still, there was no firefight that day. How can this be explained?
Pat Tillman's mother Mary told witnesses the rounds were placed within the diameter of a US quarter into his forehead.
An autopsy revealed that the three bullets were tightly placed and that he was shot with a .223 round, possibly an M16, from 10 yards away. The coroner reported, "The medical evidence did not match up with the scenario as described".
The original story claimed 40 to 50 yards away. Still, at either length, how does an American soldier not recognize one of his own. As I said, there was no firefight that day. There were no stress factors involved.
Pat was shot in broad daylight from 10 yards away.
A public report describes how members of Tillman's unit burned his body armor and uniform in an apparent attempt to hide the fact that he was killed by friendly fire. His notebook, in which Tillman had recorded some of his thoughts on Afghanistan, was also burned. This blatant violation of protocol had to have been called for by a senior officer.
In the words of Professor Michael I. Niman; "As both wars droned on, Tillman, the picture perfect recruiting poster boy, evolved into somewhat of a wild card. With a Chomsky meeting on the horizon, there existed a very real possibility that Tillman might go public with his anti-war anti-Bush (corruption) stance in the weeks leading up to the 2004 presidential election, dealing a fatal blow to the very foundation of the Bush administration's propaganda pyramid. That day, however, never came. On April 22nd, 2004, Tillman was killed on patrol in Afghanistan by three American bullets to the head".
Only after a FOIA request of the DoD's report did we get the following information confirmed;
1. There has never been evidence of enemy fire found on the scene, and no members of Tillman's group had been hit by enemy fire.
2. The three-star general who withheld details of Tillman's death from his parents for a number of months told investigators approximately 70 times that he had a bad memory and couldn't recall details of his actions.
3. Army attorneys sent each other congratulatory e-mails for keeping criminal investigators at bay as the Army conducted an internal friendly-fire investigation that resulted in administrative, or non-criminal, punishments.
4. Army doctors told the investigators that Tillman's wounds suggested murder because "the medical evidence did not match-up with the scenario as described."
What did Pat know?
At this juncture one can only speculate what was hiding in Pats journal. Only those soldiers who burned the notes will ever know for sure. However, taking into consideration the area he was stationed, I can draw one conclusion for sure.
Afghanistan is known as the heroin capitol of the world. This is where the largest acreage of poppy grows globally. This area is known to be controlled by the CIA and protected by US military personnel.
Soldiers like Pat Tillman who have never dreamed of being involved in illicit governmental corruption, then being forced to comply, would obviously have harsh feelings including that of blowing the lid off corruption to the American people.
Think of the 10's of thousands of soldiers that have gone thru there and witnessed what PT did. Acres and acres of poppy fields for the production of heroin which would be exported around the globe and end up in the hands of children only to produce addicts and ultimately the de-evolution of mankind.
Today heroin addiction is at it's peak and there's no sign of falling.
According to the CDC: "Between 2002 and 2013, the rate of heroin-related overdose deaths nearly quadrupled. Some of the greatest increases occurred in demographic groups with historically low rates of heroin use: women, the privately insured, and people with higher incomes".
The reason why this statistic is so compelling is because this is the exact timeframe the US Inc occupied Afghanistan under the pretense of "the war on terror", as a result of the 9-11 attack on NY City, USA.
The international drug trade is the biggest money making business in the world, next to the Catholic church. Just ask the Clinton's and the Bush family. This goes back decades. Remember Lt Col. Oliver North? Drug dealer! General Colin Powell? Drug Dealer! US Inc President George H. W. Bush? South American Cocaine Drug Lord Kingpin. Thanks for the CRACK! Later, keeping it in the family, US Inc President George W. Bush? Afghan Drug Lord Kingpin.
The list goes on and on like a never ending story. Every US Inc Presidential leader has known and facilitated in this endeavor.
It would not be out of line to suspect that Pat Tillman had the goods on the Bush regime and it's involvement in the heroin trade.
The following groups and personnel are complicit in the ordering and cover-up of Pat Tillman's assassination. Here are their names and faces. Notice the West Point graduates.
US Army General Richard A. Cody West point 1972
US Army General John Philip Abizaid West Point 1973
John covered up the story for as long as he could.
US Army General Martin Edward Dempsy West point 1974
U.S. General David Howell Petraeus West Point 1974
US Army General Stanley Allen McChrystal West Point 1976
Stan fictitiously detailed the account of Tillman's death. He included the phrase "in the line of devastating enemy fire," in his testimony.
Lt. Gen. Philip R. Kensinger Jr West Point 1970
Here's some insight into his direct involvement.
Gina Haresy who now works at the VA, signed his death certificate just five hours after his death and promoted Tillman from specialist to corporal. He also received the Silver Star and Purple Heart medals.
Six investigations and several congressional hearings later, while some of the Rangers involved were reprimanded and bumped back to the regular Army, no one was ultimately held responsible.
Under the 'special instructions' section of a standard Army form, Tillman had scrawled in block letters: "I do not want the military having any direct involvement in my funeral."
Pat Tillman was famous, he had the mic in his hand and he had access to the world stage.
Pat Tillman had a message that could change everything.
The peril with all whistle-blowers, as the truth starts to surface and becomes clear, the voice runs a high risk of getting extinguished.
One more thing, about the journalist who last interviewed Pat in the field. This guy must have said something to somebody about that which Pat had disclosed to him. Had he kept his mouth shut, Pat may still be alive. Or, least had lived to meet with Chomsky and tell his story. It's probably for good reason we can't ID him.
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