This is Commander X and Tim Swartz's shocking book Strange and Unexplainable Deaths at the Hands of the Secret Government - Dead Men Tell No Tales (2005) which gathers together many of the stories and rumors about secret executions and assassinations in one place, covering everything from the "accidental" death of Princess Diana to the myriad unexplained deaths of engineers, scientists and certain UFO researchers, some of which may have been staged to look like suicide. Here are accounts of the "deadly deeds" committed by the blood soaked hands of those with whom we are supposed to place our loyalty, trust and utmost faith. For the first time, strange deaths and murders of political figures, scientists, investigative journalists and important researchers of all types are detailed and provided with evidence that their deaths were made to appear as accidents and even natural causes when, in fact, they died at the hands of professional assassins so secret that even the highest ranking officials in the military and government don't know of their existence. Death and murder has become the way of doing things in political circles. The methods vary but the outcome always remains the same. For those who stand in the way or threaten to expose the truth, the consequences are not pleasant. Even more alarming is the fact that a number of military, government, intelligence and even religious groups worldwide use assassins to do their dirty work to eliminate anyone considered a threat to their interests. Our freedoms and the safety of our loved ones are threatened by those evil groups who seek ultimate control. When reading "Stange and Unexplainable Deaths," one is struck by the innumerable details Commander X recounts, stories so painstakingly precise that it seems impossible that he or his sources are "making it all up." For instance, the chapter on John Kennedy doesn't dwell so much on the president's death but rather on the mysterious demise of several of the witnesses, whose testimony would have cleared up a great many of the unanswered questions surrounding the assassination. There are other chapters of equal interest, such as the one on deaths by plane crash, which includes a section on the late Congressman Hale Boggs who dared to publicly question the Warren Commission and felt that a disgruntled Richard Nixon might have had a hand in Kennedy's assassination. The stories told in this book are as engrossing as they are frightening to contemplate but having read this book, we may at least be a little better prepared than some for that terrible possibility. 130 pages, some pictures. A must read for everyone.
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