Early Martyr In 9/11 Truth Movement?
Posted by jeremiasx on August 7, 2007
Alex Jones and many others in underground media were warning about the possibility of false flag terrorist events long ago…on the mainstream end of things there was even a Chris Carter episode of “The Lone Gunmen” a spin-off of the X-files that had a scenario which was an attack by airliner on the WTC by rogue government elements…aired as the pilot episode April 2001:
And now there is this to add to it but even MORE close to the mark…
And what happened to Mr. Cooper? They killed him two months after 9/11. Yup…from the article:
Details are still sketchy on what caused the Cooper shootout on November 5, 2001, but a fax sent from the Apache County Sheriff’s office sheds some more light on the subject. William Cooper was fatally wounded during a late night gunfight. Contrary to what was reported earlier, it was not a SWAT raid, but a simple confrontation between police and Cooper. One Apache County deputy, Robert Martinez was critically wounded in the exchange. Here’s what we know so far:
According to the Sheriff’s report, several deputies were positioned outside the Cooper residence to serve a warrant for Aggravated Assault and two counts of endangerment. Cooper had stated numerous times in the past that he would not surrender to law enforcement via his website and shortwave radio. Obviously, law enforcement took him seriously. The showdown began at approximately 12:15 pm local time.
And then we have THIS…the most insulting memoir of the event written by…the Anti-Defamation League in it’s piece on identifying and suppressing possible “extremists” and I guess they are talking about anyone will to expose their BULLSHIT agenda. From the article:
Other deadly incidents at standoffs have also occurred in recent years. In November 2001, for example, Apache County, Arizona, sheriff’s deputies attempted to arrest William Cooper, a long-time activist wanted by the federal government on tax charges, after Cooper had threatened people outside his home. Cooper opened fire on the deputies, shooting one twice in the head, before being killed himself. The deputy luckily survived.
It all makes me think again about Bush’s response on that day and wonder who was really in charge…how about you?