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Remember Sonny Bono? Check this out.
« on: May 30, 2008, 12:45:13 pm »
In 1998 he died in what was reported as a skiing accident. I was suspicious about this, and when I tell you why you'll understand why I am posting a link to this very recent article that suggests he was murdered.

Not long before his death he appeared on Dennis Miller's cable tv show. During that interview he said he was VERY concerned (and you could read it on his face) because, he said, that what Congress was doing behind closed doors was discussing ways they could "legislate thought." Those were his exact words, I remember this quite clearly. I wish I had recorded it. Surely someone did. I caught as many reruns that season as I could but never saw this one repeated. That only means I missed it, not that it wasn't aired again, but it may not have been. Maybe someone here knows.

I was surfing the forum here when Bono came to mind for some reason. I wanted to see how much time had passed between his Dennis Miller appearance and his death. It seems to me it wasn't a big span of time. Strangely enough I don't see that appearance listed on imdb, but it did happen.


http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0095122/news#ni0123440

Fbi Agent: 'Sonny Bono Was Clubbed To Death'
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3 April 2008 7:00 AM, PDT

Tragic rocker Sonny Bono was clubbed to death by hired hitmen, according to a stunning new tabloid expose.

An investigator who has been researching Bono's 1998 fatal skiing accident for the past decade claims top officials linked to an international drug and weapons ring feared the singer-turned-politician was about to expose their criminal acts - and so they had him killed on the slopes.

Cher's ex-husband Bono's death was listed as a "skiing accident" with family and friends satisfied he died after colliding with a tree on the piste in Nevada in January 1998.

But former Fbi agent Ted Gunderson tells America's Globe that there's more to the tragedy than meets the eye, after studying the autopsy reports and other evidence.

He says, "It's nonsense for anyone to now try to suggest that Bono died after crashing into a tree. There's zero evidence in this autopsy report... to show such an accident happened. Instead, there's powerful proof he (Bono) was assassinated.

"This was an evil plot that was carried out to almost perfection by ruthless assassins."

Gunderson tells the Globe Bono, an experienced skiier, was ambushed on the slopes by hired hitmen, who beat him to death and then staged a tree collision.

The retired Fbi agent is now calling for the authorities to dig up Bono's remains and open a homicide investigation.

Gunderson's efforts have been backed by top forensics experts, who fear Nevada authorities were too quick to mark the tragedy as a skiing accident, and investigator Bob Fletcher, who has confessed he sent evidence of a 10-year study that linked top U.S. government officials to arms and weapons dealers to Bono less than a month before his death.

Fletcher says, "He was going to make it his number one priority... There's no doubt in my mind Sony was murdered by someone who needed him silenced."


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« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2008, 12:57:21 pm »
I can't offer any extra details, but that fits the MO to a tee.
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« Reply #2 on: May 30, 2008, 01:06:27 pm »
Jack Blood was talking about this awhile back.He mentioned that Sonny Bono was a accomplished skier and claimed he was himself.He said accidently skiing into a tree by a accomplished skier didn`t add up.

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« Reply #3 on: May 30, 2008, 01:07:02 pm »
note to self: Be very very very imba if going into politics....


Those god damn motherf**kers....
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« Reply #4 on: May 30, 2008, 01:15:52 pm »
note to self: Be very very very imba if going into politics....


Those god damn motherf**kers....
Having the shadow government aware that you exist at all is a big risk on your life.They are criminally insane.
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« Reply #5 on: May 30, 2008, 01:21:22 pm »
http://www.cnn.com/US/9801/06/bono.obit/index.html

Sonny Bono killed in skiing accident
 January 6, 1998
Web posted at: 7:15 a.m. EST (1215 GMT)
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, California (CNN) -- Congressman Sonny Bono, who first stepped into the spotlight as half of the singing duo Sonny and Cher, was killed Monday in a skiing accident, authorities said early Tuesday. He was 62.

Bono, an avid skier, was reported missing about 4:30 p.m. at Heavenly Ski Resort in South Lake Tahoe, California. The resort is about 55 miles (88 km) southwest of Reno, Nevada, on the California-Nevada state line. A ski patrol searched the Nevada side of the mountain and found the body some two hours later.

Lt. Ross Chichester said the preliminary investigation indicates that it was an accident. He added that the cause of death has not been determined, pending an autopsy.

The main lodge manager at Heavenly Ski Resort, Stan Miller, told The Associated Press that Bono was skiing alone at the top of the Orion slope when he crossed beneath a chairlift and hit a tree.

 
Sonny with wife Cher and their daughter Chastity on CBS in the early '70s     
The resort said that Bono had been a frequent skier at the slope for more than 20 years.

Bono was on a vacation with his wife, Mary Whitaker, and their two children, 6-year-old Chianna and 9-year-old Chesare, when the accident happened.

"They were enjoying a family vacation," his spokesman Frank Cullen Jr. said Tuesday. "He was a very proficient skier. He skied frequently with his family and, yes, he was an athletic guy -- he skied and played tennis." Bono was first elected to Congress in 1994 as a Republican from Palm Springs, where he was mayor from 1988-92. At one point after taking office, he was the second-most requested draw at members' events behind House Speaker Newt Gingrich.

"People have said to me, 'You can't write songs. You can't play an instrument.' But I've got 10 gold records. I can do this job," Bono once said of his political duties.

 
In recent years, Bono became active in local Palm Springs, California politics     
Bono worked as a singer, songwriter and television performer from 1957 to 1982. He was perhaps best known as the straight man to Cher on "The Sonny and Cher Show" on CBS-TV in the early 1970s. Their first big pop tune, "I Got You Babe," was a number one hit in 1965.

During his showbiz days, Bono always portrayed himself as a worse singer than Cher and the object of her putdowns -- an image he sometimes carried over onto the House floor. "I feel kind of like the black sheep in Congress, but here I am," he once said.

Beneath his squeaky voice and sheepish grin, Bono possessed an atypically candid style. When asked to talk about illegal immigration, he once replied, "What's to talk about? It's illegal."

Bono worked to get federal aid to preserve the habitats of various endangered species in Riverside County, California. But when the Endangered Species Act required millions from local government and property owners to protect Stephens' Kangaroo rat in Riverside, he said, "We all love the environment, but we have placed creatures above people. A rat is a rat."

Bono was born February 16, 1935, in Detroit, Michigan, to a first generation Sicilian-American family and moved to the Los Angeles area when he was 7 years old.

Bono married Cher in 1963. They divorced in 1974 and had one child, Chastity, who is now a lesbian activist. He married Whitaker in 1986. In addition to his two children with her, Bono is also survived by another daughter, Christy, from another marriage.

 

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« Reply #6 on: May 30, 2008, 01:43:47 pm »
He was asking too many questions, obviously or stumbled upon information that they didn't want out...

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Representative Sonny Bono (R-CA), a member of the full House Crime Committee, was concerned that Ms. Reno had not conducted a more exhaustive study of CS before making a decision. He challenged her claim that she had done all she could to investigate the attributes and hazards of the substance, noting that the U.S. Army Chemical Research and Development Center had confirmed that it knew of no laboratory studies of CS in which the subjects were children. He pointed out that Army databases "contain virtually every study on CS that has ever been conducted by any government or private facility in the world," and stated that he found it "difficult to understand how, after extensive, exhaustive research you failed to uncover the following information that I uncovered in just one day: a report contained in the Journal of the American Medical Association, dated August 4, 1989, that states, I quote, 'Inhalation and toxicology studies at high levels of CS exposure have demonstrated its ability to cause chemical pneumonitis and fatal pulmonary edema.' According to an ear, nose, and throat surgeon that I talked to, pulmonary edema is caused when the mucous membrane is irritated, it secretes mucous which in children and infants plugs up the bronchi. They thus drown in their own saliva and mucous. As soon as the child breathes the fumes, the process begins. Soon after that, the child has little lungs left to breathe, and dies. I find it impossible to believe that with the most powerful law firm in the country, the Department of Justice, at your disposal you could not find this information out, that I found out in one day with two staff members .... So I am sorry to say, Madam Attorney General, that I think you failed there." He concluded with the observation that, in his opinion, "it is the responsibility of the Attorney General in cases like this to research every bit of evidence, and if there is counter evidence, then the error should be on the side of the children."

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« Reply #7 on: May 30, 2008, 01:53:40 pm »
Thanks, donnay. I wasn't aware of that. I'll bet he was questioning and disclosing a lot of things at private functions. There's no telling what the final trigger was that made someone
pick up a phone and say "shut him up."

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« Reply #8 on: May 30, 2008, 02:15:35 pm »
He was asking too many questions, obviously or stumbled upon information that they didn't want out...

http://www.thenewamerican.com/node/557

That was telling.  Looks like Clinton/Reno had Bono done in.
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« Reply #9 on: May 30, 2008, 02:19:04 pm »
If you watch Waco the Rules of Engagement you can see the look on Sonny's face and tell he wasn't happy about the direction the hearings were going. I've suspected from the start it wasn't a skiing accident.

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« Reply #10 on: May 30, 2008, 02:39:05 pm »
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9F00E2D61330F934A35752C0A96E958260

Mr. Bono's death came less than a week after Michael L. Kennedy, the 39-year-old son of Robert F. Kennedy, was killed when he hit a tree while playing football on a ski slope in Aspen, Colo. Michael Kennedy's uncle, Senator Edward M. Kennedy, said his family was ''heartbroken'' at Mr. Bono's death.

Was the death of Michael L. Kennedy a week earlier done by the same wrecking crew?
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« Reply #11 on: May 30, 2008, 03:00:53 pm »
Thanks, donnay. I wasn't aware of that. I'll bet he was questioning and disclosing a lot of things at private functions. There's no telling what the final trigger was that made someone
pick up a phone and say "shut him up."

You're welcome.  That was the first thing that went across my mind upon hearing the news that Sonny Bono was killed in a "ski accident."  As strgzr mentioned, in the documentary-- "WACO: The Rules of Engagement" you see very clearly Sonny Bono break down in tears when he saw the photos taken of the burnt and mangled children.  I broke down a weep with him.  Anyone with a conscious would be affected seeing those photos!

Another thing people ought to take away from this is; if you come across something that would expose government corruptions, names, faces, signatures etc., you better make sure that you keep this information to yourself until you get it all neatly together and talk to no one until you can put this information out loudly to get the full exposure.  Most of the time full exposure saves your life.
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« Reply #12 on: May 30, 2008, 04:02:59 pm »
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9F00E2D61330F934A35752C0A96E958260

Mr. Bono's death came less than a week after Michael L. Kennedy, the 39-year-old son of Robert F. Kennedy, was killed when he hit a tree while playing football on a ski slope in Aspen, Colo. Michael Kennedy's uncle, Senator Edward M. Kennedy, said his family was ''heartbroken'' at Mr. Bono's death.

Was the death of Michael L. Kennedy a week earlier done by the same wrecking crew?

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« Reply #13 on: May 30, 2008, 06:42:46 pm »
There was a doctor in our town years ago who "killed himself" and my immediate thought was "he found out something he wasn't supposed to know." He was my doctor, and had a good sense of humor, though people said he was an alcoholic. During the big Blizzard of 93, when driving visibility was zero, he walked a long way to the hospital because he was needed there. That shows me he has determination and isn't the type to just lay down and die. He was a no-nonsense type of person who liked to hunt. The reason people gave for his suicide was, he was depressed because a friend of his had cancer and he was unable to cure her, and he had seen a lot of depressing things when overseas with Doctors Without Borders. My thinking was, through his involvement with Doctors Without Borders he discovered something that would implicate the government and they had to shut him up. I can't shake the feeling that it wasn't a suicide.

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« Reply #14 on: March 28, 2012, 12:52:23 pm »
In light of Alex's guest today I want to bump this thread!

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« Reply #16 on: March 28, 2012, 01:25:47 pm »
related:


http://www.whale.to/b/brussell1.html

From Monterey Pop to Altamont.
OPERATION CHAOS: The CIA's War Against the Sixties Counter-Culture
by Mae Brussell, November 1976
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ROBBIE McINTOSH, 28 yrs., Sept. 23, 1974, Los Angeles, died from heroin and strychnine that he believed was cocaine.

Host Kenneth Moss, Freelandia Airlines, might have been singled as the target. Moss formed new charter, low cost airline.

Cher Bono at the party, saved the life of Alan Gorrie. Gregg Allman working for Jimmy Carter's nomination at the time. Allman's drug arrests just before elections, Cher's attending a party where drugs with poison administered, might have caught McIntosh as innocent victim. Moss was charged with murder. (Janis Joplin's known drug connection was not held for her death.)
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« Reply #17 on: March 28, 2012, 02:41:03 pm »


Sonny Bono grills Janet Reno over Waco

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hswcbvx2Z8c

1995, Congressman Sonny Bono reveals to then Attorney General Janet Reno that gassing children is not good for them, and she gets irritated.


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