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Why-General-Patton Was Murdered

Why-General-Patton Was Murdered

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Why GeneralPatton WasAssassinated
By Eustace Mullins
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Why General Patton Was Assassinated
ByEustace Mullins
Extracted from The CDL Report Jan/Feb 2009
In 2009 it will be sixty four years since one of America's greatest heroes,General George S. Patton, was executed by his Communist foes. GeneralPatton was struck down the day before he was scheduled to make atriumphant return to the United States. He had just been removed fromhis command of the Third Army, which was in charge of governing theAmerican sector of Germany, because he not only opposed the dismem- berment of Germany, but also because he favoured military action againstthe Communists. As the most popular hero of the Second World War,Patton would have been unbeatable in a Presidential race. This was thereason his skulking enemies ordered his execution before he could leaveGermany.The Patton Papers, 1940-1945 published by Houghton Mifflin Companyin Boston, gave ample reasons for the murder of General Patton. A fewmonths before he was killed, his driver for five years, Master SergeantJohn L. Mims, was replaced. Patton was asked by Major General Gay toaccompany him on an excursion for a few hours the day before he was toreturn to America. At 11:45 a.m., in clear weather and on a straightstretch of road, the driver of a GMC military truck turned his vehicledirectly into the side of the 1938 Cadillac 75 Special limousine in whichPatton was being driven. Patton was the only person injured. He sufferedsome internal injuries but did not seem to be seriously hurt. On December 21, 1945, it was announced that he had died of an "embolism", that is, a bubble of the blood which is fatal when it reaches a vital organ. It can beintroduced into the bloodstream with a syringe by anyone with brief medical training.Patton was a vigorous sixty years old with enormous reserves of energy,who seldom needed more than a couple of hours of sleep a night. Not onlydid the U.S. Army make no investigation into the "accident" which had

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