Thursday, September 24, 2009

Census worker murder in Kentucky raises questions

A 'false flag' murder to demonize the anti-government movement?  Whether it is or not, the spin is out in full force. This happened on Sept. 12 but the media is just now picking up on it. Just in time for the G20.

The word "fed" was scrawled across his chest?


The slain Census worker, William E. Sparkman Jr., was a 51-year-old single father who once battled Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. Sparkman, from London, Kentucky, worked two jobs while supporting his family. The part-time Census field worker and teacher was found Sept. 12 in a remote patch of the Daniel Boone National Forest in rural southeast Kentucky.

Sparkman’s mother says the following about why he was hung:
“I have my own ideas, but I can’t say them out loud. Not at this point. Right now, what I’m doing, I’m just waiting on the FBI to come to some conclusion.”




The Census suspended door-to-door interviews in the rural area while investigators tried to determine whether the death was a killing or a suicide, and if a killing, whether the motive was anti-government sentiment.

"My immediate curiosity is whether this had something to do with a moonshine or drug operation," said Robert Stacy McCain in The Other McCain, "rather than 'anti-government sentiment.'" Drug dealers don't like to have people snooping around -- and that's what Census workers do. So wait before you swallow "any kind of politicized Let's-Blame-Glenn-Beck speculation." {more}

A colleague of a Census worker found hanged in Kentucky describes him as an "innocent person" who saw only good in the world.

A man who knew Sparkman from working at a local school said he'd warned him to be careful making his Census rounds. As he put it, "sometimes people can view someone with any government agency as 'the government."' He says he worried that Sparkman might meet up with "the wrong character along the way." {more}


 Census Worker's Death: The Next Generation of Lynching?

8 comments:

  1. The audit the Fed hearing is up this week.

    Just a coincidence that the murder victim had 'fed' knifed into his chest.

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  2. The FBI has yet to rule this a murder or a suicide?

    So he was playing etch a sketch on his chest before he hung himself? Pathetic investigators.

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  3. It seems the AP used an anonymous source for the 'fed on the chest' part. ABC news has confirmed it or doesn't care because they are at this moment reporting 'definitely' the 'fed' angle.

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  4. A certain P.O.S. country in the middle east has a hard on for Iran so look for a virtual cornucopia of false flags and agents provacateur.

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  5. That SLC won't need a false-flag, they've got a whole boatload of whores ready to testify to get on with this Iraq, oops, I mean Iranian bombing campaign.

    U.S. to Accuse Iran of Having Secret Nuclear Fuel Facility

    Published: September 25, 2009
    PITTSBURGH — President Obama and the leaders of Britain and France will accuse Iran Friday of building a secret underground plant to manufacture nuclear fuel, saying it has hidden the covert operation from international weapons inspectors for years, according to senior administration officials.

    The revelation, which the three leaders will make before the opening of the Group of 20 economic summit here, appears bound to add urgency to the diplomatic confrontation with Iran over its suspected ambitions to build a nuclear weapons capability. Mr. Obama, along with Prime Minister Gordon Brown of Britain and President Nicolas Sarkozy of France, will demand that the country allow the International Atomic Energy Agency to conduct an immediate inspection of the facility, which is said to be 100 miles southwest of Tehran.

    American officials say that they have been tracking the covert project for years, but that Mr. Obama decided to make public the American findings after Iran discovered, in recent weeks, that Western intelligence agencies had breached the secrecy surrounding the project. On Monday, Iran wrote a brief, cryptic letter to the International Atomic Energy Agency, saying that it now had a “pilot plant” under construction, whose existence it had never before revealed.


    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/26/world/middleeast/26nuke.html?_r=1&hp

    Here comes that 'Change' OBOMBA promised: he's gonna change ME sand into glass.

    When most of the ME is in flames and millions and millions dead, will Israel finally be happy or is it in their genes to constantly seek death and destruction?

    Notice how the writer slyly infers that the reason we didn't find Saddam's nukes and bomb making facility is because we warned him, giving Saddam time to move that non-existent material?

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  6. I dont know....

    Hanging a grown man is difficult, so was there more than one person involved? Was he even identifiable as a census worker when he was possibly abducted? Abduction also tends to rule out impulsive shooting while drunk, high etc.

    Anti government sentiment does run strong in the area, but one cant rule out suicide or accident.

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  7. They should have started higher up the Fed food chain.

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  8. anarchore, your website is ?????
    Not again?

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