THE TRUTH ABOUT THE WILLIAM COOPER ASSASSINATION

Posted: February 4, 2013 in by Bobby Ray Stacy
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“I do not advise you… what you should believe or not believe. But I do advise you, that we all need to learn as much as we can, about everything that we can, because one thing I have learned in my life: is that most of what we’ve ever been taught…has been a lie. Listen to everyone, read everything you can get your hands on, but don’t believe anything you can’t prove with your own research…”  — Milton William “Bill” Cooper

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They lured this man into a trap set up on his own property by plainclothes law enforcement officers masquerading as drunken teenagers partying loudly and in the process of trespassing. This was to lure him out and away from the house and into the open, depriving him of cover and concealment, as well as access to whatever he had stored in his home: weapons and ammunition, etc.

Bill fell into it, and they gunned him down like a mangy junkyard mongrel. I have a copy of the official autopsy report. Anyone can get one for free, it’s public information.

And in that report it catalogs a close-contact shot to the head and the evidence of blunt force trauma wounds to the head as well, and I think there was something on the body too, but I can’t remember what. There were bullet wounds to the body, but I’m talking more evidence of a close-quarters altercation.

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But it put the lie to the official law-enforcement/mainstream media version of events, which stated that all the action was long-range, that there was always some significant distance between the agents and Cooper as the events unfolded: he was fleeing, they were chasing, he looked back and started firing, they fired back, he fell dead.

The official autopsy report told another story. People lie, forensics do not. Either that cover story is patently false on its face, or half-true and they managed to incapacitate him from a distance, then moved in to deliver the coup-de-gras  with blows to the head and a final killing shot at point blank range.

Evidence of this was indicated on the autopsy report in the form of an effect called “stippling”, which was present on Cooper’s corpse. When this effect is present it authoritatively determines the shooting distance at point blank range, as there’s no other way this effect can occur, you can’t get it from a long-range shot.

At any rate, this group was apparently acting as a “hit squad”, out to exterminate Bill Cooper one way or another. It was all carefully planned and executed.

There was some talk of an investigation into the discrepancies, it never went anywhere as usual, and the whole thing just quietly “went away”.

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These people just do whatever they want, kill whoever they want. They never lose, they never get hurt, they just do us any old way and it’s okay. We don’t have a government today, we have a Cattleman’s Association, riding herd over 300 million head of domestic animals in one humongous free-range pen they call America. They murder people like this every day. They do this all the time. And nothing ever comes of it… it just is.

Well, did it ever occur to you you might be living in a collective nightmare? Because this is fundamentally “not right”. And when it becomes the accepted norm and thus “right” by attrition and by tacit consent, then you’re living in a bad dream. A nightmare world. An evil alternate dimension of all that could be and should be, replaced with a demonically-inspired “what is”.

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Comments
  1. upaces88 says:

    I didn’t know anything about him either. I’ll have to come back 2morrow and research further. I also Googl’d his name. I am still in the dark about him.

  2. Terracer says:

    Thanks for finding this… Behold a Pale Horse makes more sense today than it did back in the 90’s.. it is all coming true…

  3. boudicabpi says:

    I had never heard of William Cooper but just googled his name.
    Bob A.

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