- 'Move-On - Nothing To See Here'
- How convincing is this statement:
- Coroner Robert Lyons said his office had been swamped
with calls. "It's unusual in a suicide case to have two shots,"
he said, "but it has been done in the past, and it is in fact a distinct
- This milquetoast declaration sounds like the pathetic
utterance of someone who's trying to cover his career ass, all the while
crossing his fingers behind his back. Maybe - just maybe, it's also indicative
of someone who wants to keep his own life intact. I'd say it's a distinct
possibility! While the coroner spews his Webb suicide fallacy to the numbed
down and distracted (pre-holiday) masses - he simultaneously implores any
doubters of the official mythology to immediately discard their tin-foil
hats along with their conspiracy theories and just move on cause there's
nothing to see here. Nope, there's nothing to SEE or KNOW here.
- Mr. Lyons pronouncement about a distinct possibility
of suicide, not even PROBABILITY, should be enough of a RED FLAG to convince
even the true believers that something is rotten in Sacramento. If Gary
Webb committed suicide with 2 shots to the head via a .38 caliber pistol,
then I've got a nice condo to sell you in Fallujah! But wait, there's more
compelling evidence to refute the lie that what we have here is a suicide.
And it looks a lot like cotton candy all spin and mostly hot air evidence.
Once you bite into it you realize it's a bundle of perception control,
mostly innuendo, or black magic designed to conjure a pre-determined picture
in your mind, in order to reinforce the BIG lie. Then there's the issue
of 2 shots to the head with a .38 caliber pistol.
- Shouldn't that fact alone trigger an investigation into
a POSSIBLE homicide and an independent autopsy? And I haven't even mentioned
the inconsistent reporting about Gary's wounds/wound and purported weapon
he allegedly used to kill himself.
- A quick reiteration of the official obituary waffle is
as follows: reported first, a suicide with multiple wounds to the head,
then a suicide with a wound to the head, then there's a speculated shotgun
wound to the face, by Mike Ruppert, because of a verbal report, given to
Ruppert from the coroner's office implying that Webb's face was beyond
- and finally 2 wounds to the head with a .38 caliber revolver.
Incidentally his gun was kept in the nightstand next to his bed. It was
his Dad's gun. Nice touch of detail here. But what does it tell us? Maybe,
Gary was concerned, because he had been the recipient of death threats?
Maybe that's the REAL reason he had a gun in a drawer next to his bed.
According to an informative and revealing article /audio segment, on Alex
Jone's Prison Planet website, Gary did indeed have something to be very
- Ricky Ross, one of Gary Webb's primary sources had spoken
to Gary in the days before his death. Gary told Ricky that he had seen
men scaling down the pipes outside his home and that they were obviously
not burglars but 'government people'. Gary also told Ricky that he had
been receiving death threats and was being regularly followed. It was also
mentioned that Gary was working on a new story concerning the CIA and drug
- Moreover, why was there so much confusion about the method
and number of wounds? Was it that difficult to sort out? Or was something
else going-on? I really liked the potshot in the final obituary about the
feverish conspiracy theorists on the internet who had been calling the
coroner's office, demanding to know the number of wounds Webb ACTUALLY
sustained. Now trying to determine factual details based on confused reports
makes you a conspiracy theorist. Move on folks, nothing to see here!
- Don't you find it odd that there's no mention of the
FACT that Gary had powerful enemies in HIGH places. But we are told that
Gary was a failed investigative journalist who let the public down, by
inflating and inventing facts, while jumping to unsubstantiated conclusions.
We read over and over again that he was rightfully demoted, had no credibility
in mainstream circles, and couldn't get a job at a major newspaper to save
his sorry life because he was damaged goods. This is the mantra of the
mainstream media repeated ad-nausea. The character assassination is a nice
complement to the actual assassinationÖdon't you think?
- The primary reason we are to believe Gary Webb committed
suicide is, because he is characterized as having been distraught. As a
former psychotherapist, I can assure you DISTRAUGHT doesn't = SUICIDAL!
And I might add unequivocally, THAT CLINICALLY DEPRESSED/SUICIDAL PEOPLE
ARE VERY UNLIKELY TO MAKE FUTURE PLANS THAT INCLUDE selling their homes
and making MAJOR MOVES while in a depressed/suicidal state. Let's examine
a sampling of the laundry list of reasons, given by the powers that be,
to persuade us that Gary Webb's death was a shut and closed case of suicide.
Move on, nothing to investigate here. But we certainly need to get the
latest scoop on Michael Jackson or Jon Bennet, don't we?
- 1. It was stated that he was distraught because he couldn't
get a job at a major newspaper. And he probably was distraught-- but does
that make him suicidal? Besides, his career as a mainstream investigative
journalist, working for a prestigious newspaper, was over a long time ago.
According to the American Heritage Dictionary, the word distraught means:
agitated with anxiety; worried. 2. Crazed or MAD. The root of the word
is from ME (Middle English) and it means to distract. Moreover, Gary was
employed with a weekly newspaper: Sacramento News & Review, which gave
him an opportunity to ply his craft, albeit not at the level he would have
liked or that he deserved. In spite of this, his ex-wife Susan Bell is
quoted in one of the obituaries as saying (about Gary): "All he ever
wanted to do was write." Gary was doing what he loved best: writing,
and getting paid for it. The fact that he had been basically blacklisted
as a journalist for some time was something that Mr. Webb had learned to
live with, and had successfully integrated into his life. I base that observation
on the fact the he continued his investigative writing career, despite
the earlier losses to his reputation and his earning capacity. 2. His motorcycle
was recently stolen. This is so absurd it deserves no comment.
- 3. His mortgage payments were too high. Many Americans
are living with mortgage payments that are too high, especially when these
same people are unemployed. And clinically depressed people would likely
allow a foreclosure situation, before facing the problem head-on and making
a firm decision to move and following up by selling their house. Apparently
Gary was able to sell his house, pack his belongings, determine a moving
date, hire a moving company, and continue writing and working. I assume
Gary had also signed a lease, bought a house, or had other suitable living
conditions set-up ahead of time-- wherever he was moving to. Of course,
nothing is mentioned about his NEW home. That wouldn't fit with the spin
we're being given about the distraught Gary Webb. This doesn't sound like
a clinically depressed person to me.
- 4. He PLACED (evocative and misleading word) his baby
shoes in his mothers shed. To me 'placed' sounds very deliberate and hints
at twisted act suggestive of death. Read the sentence again and substitute
the word 'put' for 'placed'. Ah, a completely different picture. Assuming
he actually did put his baby shoes in his mother's shed, we can only project
what it MIGHT really mean--and I think that's the point. He was moving,
do you think just maybe he decided his BABY shoes should be stored at his
mother's house. After all, baby shoes are a common memorabilia for mothers.
Or is it possible he RETURNED his baby shoes to his mother. A shed is a
place for storing things one isn't currently using! I think this reference
to baby shoes is non- sequitur logically but creates the INTENDED picture.
- 5. He made his ex wife Susan Bell a beneficiary of his
bank account--months ago. How many months ago? Does this mean Gary is going
to kill himself? It doesn't sound to me like he had that much $ in his
bank account, after all he's moving because his mortgage payments are too
high. It seems just as likely that he might do this as a precaution, in
case he got sick, or was unable to take care of his financial matters,
so his ex wife could help him. 6. Mr. Webb mailed NOTES (do we mean letters)
to his family members. Well... he was moving and sending notes to his family
sounds unremarkable to me. Since when are NOTES considered pathological.
What's wrong with this picture? It is never told what kind of NOTES. And
yes that's a KEY point. Without additional information there is no point
to be made about the NOTES - except notes are commonly associated with
suicides. Maybe that's the REAL point.
- 7. Gary's ex-wife Susan Bell states: "The way he
was acting it would be hard for me to believe it was anything but suicide."
An interesting OPINION, but she supplies no convincing evidence to illustrate
what she means by this. If it's based on baby shoes in sheds, notes to
family members, or distraught over career prospects, then I'd say Susan
Bell is entitled to her opinion. And no where are we told how long Ms.
Bell has been divorced from Mr., Webb or if she has remarried. It's difficult
to determine just how close and involved in Gary's life Ms. Bell has been,
as of late. However, being Webb's ex-wife still gives Ms. Bell's opinions
a lot of weight. In fact, I think she's being unknowingly, and unfairly
used as a counterweight to any theories or suspicions by others, that Gary
may have been murdered. Then factor in the fact that she is grieving.
- 8. Then there's that literal smoking gun. We're to believe
that Gary shot himself in the head TWICE with a .38? Call some gun shop
owners, talk to coroners, and medical personal about the likelihood of
that scenario. Even coroner Robert Lyons admits it's only a distinct
possibility. I'd say that suicide is a slim to none possibility...just
based on the fact that there were 2 shots to the head. It's more like a
CONFIRMED COVER-UP. Yet, based on this selective pastiche of flimsy, circumstantial
evidence, projections and mere possibilities, we're told it's a confirmed
suicide, and to move on nothing, to see here.
- Mr. Webb made cremation arrangements earlier in the year.
Does this prove that Mr. Webb was suicidal, because he made arrangements
for cremation earlier in the year? Isn't this something American's do on
a regular basis... plan for their eventual death via funeral arrangements.
Are all people who have made funeral arrangements suicidal, or are they
merely realistic planners? Taking care of one's funeral arrangements is
considered a hallmark of responsibility aimed among primarily to help minimize
the emotional and financial burden of a grieving family. Oddly enough,
Gary wound up adding to his family's grief -- if he indeed committed suicide.
It's well known in Hospice programs, and widely available via literature
on grief and loss that suicide is one of the hardest losses to grieve and
resolve satisfactorily. Here's a quote From the San Jose Mercury News illustrating
a side of Webb that's revealing:
- "Mr. Webb's friends and colleagues described him
as a devoted father and a funny, dogged reporter who was passionate about
- 9. We're told Gary was so concerned about the movers
who would inevitably find his bloody corpse; he thoughtfully left them
a note on the outside door warning them not to enter. "A Better Moving
Company" is the name of the moving Company that came to Webb's house
that fateful morning and found that odd note posted on his door: "Please
do not enter... call 911 and ask for an ambulance." Why an ambulance
if he planned to KILL himself? And how strange that he didn't call the
movers earlier in the evening or later in the day to cancel said move (due
to illness, for example) via the phone. Why the dramatic note? Well, have
you ever thought of the POSSIBILITY that if the moving company were involved
in 'offing' Gary the perfect way to avoid scrutiny or being investigated
would be for said moving company to find the note on the door---- instead
of finding the body in the house on the floor. As we all know from the
movies when someone finds a dead body they become entangled in the investigation.
In this case, that would be avoided because of the NOTE. We also have to
ask WHY was Gary that concerned about the movers and the post-traumatic
stress that they might have been subjected to? The note to the movers is
bizarre to say the least!
- But there's more. What a coincidence that this moving
company has a nefarious operating profile (based on the above link) that
is reminiscent, in some ways, of the notorious Israeli connected companies
that have recently been coming under legal scrutiny. My point isn't that
the any Israelis were involved, but that moving companies can easily be
used as fronts for intelligence operations. How easy would it have been
for a moving company (person/s) to case Webb's home under the guise of
a price quote, and or packing his belongings pre-move, in order to set
him-up to be whacked? The hit guy(s) could have been waiting for him when
he returned home from his relatively NEW reporter's job -- at the Sacramento
News and Review. Do you think it's possible someone who didn't have Gary's
best interest at heart could have recommended this shady moving company.
How easy would it have been for someone connected with the moving company
to make sure an obscure window was unlocked... for example? Of course,
this is just speculation. If I were an investigator, I'd definitely find
out all the details about the moving company, and how Mr. Webb found this
particular moving company. Who was scheduled to move him and who had been
to his house? Finally, I'd want to know if Gary had a girlfriend and if
they were planning on living together in his new home. At least let's find
out if Gary was dating anyone on a steady basis and get her assessment
of the situation. After all, he was a very attractive man.
- 10. There's this quote from the San Jose Mercury News
from a former colleague of Gary's: "I'm still in a state of shock,"
said Tom Dresslar, who works as a spokesman for California Attorney General
Bill Lockyer and had known Mr. Webb for 15 years.
- "He was a hard-core, no-fear investigative reporter,"
Dresslar said. "He wasn't afraid to stand up to whatever authority."
There you have it Gary Webb a fearless reporter, for the PEOPLE, who against
all odds would stand up to authority, to the ELITES in order to serve a
greater master the TRUTH! We demand an independent autopsy and homicidal
investigation into the "DISTINCT POSSIBILITY" that Gary Webb
- The way I see it we have at least 4 smoking guns:
- 1. Two shots to the head
- 2. Gary had received alleged death threats and had complained
of recent break-ins by government agents
- 3. Allegedly Gary was involved in working on a new story
about the CIA and drug trafficking.
- 4. Gary threatened to systemically expose the drug war
for the Trojan Horse that it is, thereby provoking the wrath of the Elites
and the CIA. He would not be intimidated. He kept on doing what he did
so well, and what he loved so much: investigative journalism.
- We owe it to ourselves, to Gary Webb, and to all truth
seekers, to get behind Alex Jones and his courageous DEMAND for a full
and independent investigation of Webb's suspicious death, including an
autopsy of his body, before his ashes wind up in an urn on a fireplace
mantle in Langley, Virginia.