Was Osama Bin Laden a controlled opposition patsy?
Throughout the 1990’s shortwave radio listeners were captivated by an animated voice. That voice belonged to former Naval Intelligence veteran, famous author and radio broadcaster, William Cooper. Cooper would warn us all of things to come in his broadcasts which aired 5 days a week.
Before the internet people had to find different ways to get information out. Nightly, people would gather around their radio devices to tune in to the broadcasters presentation “Hour of the Time”.
On a broadcast on June, 28th of 2001 Bill Cooper would make the prediction that 9/11 would happen and Osama Bin Laden would be blamed.
Following the tragic events on 9-11-01, Bill’s broadcasts went on to explain the Federal Government’s foreknowledge & compliance of that fateful day.
Earlier, in July of 1998 he was charged with tax evasion and an arrest warrant was issued but not executed, resulting in him being named a “major fugitive” by the US Marshals Service in 2000. Eventually William became convinced that he was being personally targeted by President Bill Clinton and the IRS.
Bill’s final broadcast, November 5th 2001, was dedicated to his next book about his experience in Vietnam and was dedicating it to all of those he served with during the time.
On that evening, the Apache County Sheriff’s Department would come by at 11:15 p.m. According to the police briefing the next day, the police pulled up in an unmarked vehicle, no one was in uniform and no one identified themselves in unmarked vehicles, to serve a warrant for his arrest based on allegations that he was waving a gun around.
The local Police would attempt to draw him out by making a lot of noise at the end of a Cul de sac – Apparently college kids would party down there often and leave their empty bottles.
The officers did not identify themselves and Cooper asked them to leave and threatened to call the police multiple times. William then turned his vehicle around to head back to his home (most likely to call the police) and at some point shots where exchanged and 1 police officer was killed, as well as Cooper.
The local Eager police department was not notified until after Bill was killed…
According to the police briefing the next day, the police pulled up in an unmarked vehicle, no one was in uniform and no one identified themselves.
“After leaving his residence in his vehicle, the report states that Cooper confronted “plain” clothed deputies a short distance away – Sierra Times 11-06-01
“Read everything, listen to everybody, don’t trust anything unless you can prove it with your own research.”
William Cooper 1943-2001 Author best known for his 1991 book Behold a Pale Horse.
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