Second from the left, Police Chief Kehoe at the FOIA Commission Hearing in Hartford, CT
by Mary W Maxwell, PhD, LLB
I think I’ve got it. Here it is. All four multiple-death incidents really did take place, but in no case was the patsy the real killer. Tsarnaev brothers, Adam Lanza, Martin Bryant, and Thomas Hamilton didn’t kill anyone.
Who did it? Hired killers. Who hired them? The Powers That Be, of course. How do those killers get hired? They work for quasi-police groups. I would guess public ones such as Homeland Security and FBI, plus private firms.
Who else is to blame? The mass media get right in there with a tall tale about the patsy, and adamantly refuse to cover any other aspect of the case or listen to witnesses. The law enforcement system gets in there and tells more tales. (For example the Tsarnaevs boasted to their carjackee that they had done the Marathon bombing. “So there!”)
How about the courts? Two of the patsies did not need a trial, since “they killed themselves on the spot” – Hamilton at Dunblane and Lanza at Sandy Hook. At Port Arthur, the patsy, Bryant, was retarded. He was given no trial and has been allowed to rot in jail for many years.
At the Boston Marathon, there were two patsies, brothers. One, Tamerlan, was surreptitiously killed by police or FBI. The other, Jahar, was given no chance to offer a defense in court and has recently been sentenced to death.
For the most part, people believe whatever the newspaper or TV says about such dramatic incidents. This is changing of course, thanks mainly to the egregiousness of the 9-11 Inside Job. In two of the four cases under consideration here, I find the written record of investigation marvelously enlightening.
- First we have Sandra Uttley’s book, Dunblane Unburied. She had no inkling of the killer being anyone other than Hamilton. But she was annoyed that the government hadn’t refused that man’s request for a gun license – since many parents had complained that Hamilton mistreated their boys at summer camp. When Sandra Uttley pursued this and other issues she met a great barrier of cover-up. Clearly there would be no need for a cover-up if one old man with a gun had gone bunkers and committed the mass murder. There must be more to it.
- Re Port Arthur, we have Keith Noble’s massive compilation of research by many Australians, and it is freely downloadable under the title “Mass Murder.” The bottom line is that there is no evidence for Bryant’s involvement and heaps of exculpatory evidence. The fact that the judge, Sir William Cox (later governor-general of Tasmania) did not provide a trial should be enough to tell anyone that there is foul play.
- The Boston Marathon, as I have described in numerous articles, was done by someone other than the Tsarnaevs. Just consider the fantastic piece of evidence – a jihadi-type confession written by a 19-year-old on the fiberglass wall of a boat, in which he refers to his brother’s death even though he could not know at that point that Tamerlan was murdered. The whole thing is an embarrassment; never mind the house-to-house searches for this lad, like a scene from Baghdad.
- Sandy Hook is puzzling and I admit I am projecting onto it the comparative similarities of the other three killings. The incident that Sandy Hook most resembles is Dunblane. The most compelling thing to me is the officials’ unwillingness to answer simple questions. A citizen named Wolfgang Halbig sought some Freedom of Information answers from the police chief of Newtown, Connecticut and to say it was like pulling teeth would be an understatement.
Possibly Halbig is one of the many bloggers who claims Sandy Hook did not happen (i.e., no child died). I am not sure if that is his thesis. I do not go along with that. I believe all 26 children died. I have said before that even with genuinely deceased children, the Powers That Be could arrange all sorts of complicated stories on the Internet to confuse us.
I am unfazed by the stories of crisis actors and fake blood (or lack of blood) at both the Marathon and Sandy Hook. Quite possibly there were crisis actors thrown in to make sensible people afraid to go near the case, out of fear of making fools of themselves. (Telling an amputee that she was not really at the Marathon is a bit hard for most people to do.)
So, for me the clincher is the behavior of officials when questioned, and the out-of-protocol behavior of judges. I remain extremely ashamed of the legal profession for allowing such things to go unnoticed.
Anyway the question now is: what to do. I recommend we panic. What? Well, panic is not a good thing but it may be one step above living in la-la land. And why should we panic? Because the courts have closed down, for all practical purposes. Our elected politicians have closed down.
As for the police persons of the various cities, I’ll bet they are scared to death of the thugs in their midst and do not know whom to go to, to complain. They don’t want to look like sissies, right? Ah, the dread of sissydom. It has a lot to answer for!
— Mary W Maxwell hopes you will read her new book Fraud Upon the Court that discusses these terrible things and offers a bevvy of solutions.