Sherman Skolnick: Was Hunter Thompson Suicided?
by CLOAKANDDAGGER.CA published in Conspiracy Planet, Saturday,
Sherman Skolnick has addressed this issue Monday, 2/21, on
Jeff Rense's show, http://www.rense.com, & Tuesday, 2/22, on his own
Cloak‡ show, http://www.cloakanddagger.ca,
as well. Skolnick reports that Thompson was working on an expose of the
homosexual pedophile underground which permeates the MSM, Washington, DC,
& BOTH political parties, a la the Franklin Coverup scandal of the 80's
& 90's. The danger of the Jeff Gannon scandal is causing panic among
the MSM & DC, according to Skolnick.
Skolnick claims that Gannon AKA Gluckert is really Johnny
Gosch, who was kidnapped as a child in 1982 & pressed into a pedophile
prostitution ring which was directly connected to Franklin. SS advises to
google "Johnny Gosch" & be amazed at the results. ...
The moment I heard of the suicide, I thought to myself..."I
bet the next book he was working on had something to do with the government,
or 911, or the Bush administration. Why would a guy, who was anti-government,
who had a compound, and who was rich, kill himself? That would be like me
(except rich and with a compound) killing myself for no reason.
Too bad he didn't see this coming. Anyone who knows ANYONE trying to publish
an anti-government book, make sure to let that person know to always travel
with another person. Double suicide would be a hard one, even for idiot
masses to swallow.
Hunter telephoned me on Feb. 19, the night before his death.
He sounded scared. It wasn't always easy to understand what he said, particularly
over the phone, he mumbled, yet when there was something he really wanted
you to understand, you did. He'd been working on a story about the World
Trade Center attacks and had stumbled across what he felt was hard evidence
showing the towers had been brought down not by the airplanes that flew
into them but by explosive charges set off in their foundations. Now he
thought someone was out to stop him publishing it: "They're gonna make
it look like suicide," he said. "I know how these bastards think
. . ."
Hunter S. Thompson ... was indeed working on such a story.
"I was on the phone with him, he set the receiver down
and he did it. I heard the clicking of the gun," Anita Thompson told
the Aspen Daily News in Friday's editions.
She said her husband had asked her to come home from a health
club so they could work on his weekly ESPN column...
Thompson said she heard a loud, muffled noise, but didn't
know what had happened. "I was waiting for him to get back on the phone,"
(Her account to Rocky Mountain News reporter Jeff Kass is
slightly different: "I did not hear any bang," she told Kass.
She added that Thompson's son, who was in the house at the time, believed
that a book had fallen when he heard the shot, according to Kass' report.)
Mack White sums up the questions well:
Thompson's family says he was not depressed, nor was he in enough to pain
to kill himself. In fact, by all reports, he was quite happy. He was talking
on the phone to his wife, getting ready to work on his column, when he decided
it would be wise to kill himself, so that he could go out (we are told)
while "still at the top of his form," even though this would mean
not finishing his column or his expose on 9/11 (potentially the most important
thing he would ever write) (?)...
This account says Thompson killed himself while sitting in
a chair on his typewriter and yet the original account http://www.cnn.com/2005/SHOWBIZ/books/02/25/thompsondeath.wife.ap/
tells us that Thompson shot himself while talking to his wife on the phone
in the kitchen. Why has the story changed and what is the significance of
the word typed on the paper in light of the fact that Thompson said he would
be 'suicided' before being able to release a major story on explosives bringing
down the twin towers?
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