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Who Killed John Lennon?

Who Killed John Lennon?

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Bresler begins by questioning the "lone nut" theory. Since 1835, 15 men and 2 women have attacked "nationally prominent political leaders in sixteen separate incidents." Of those 17, only 3 have been ruled insane by law. Mark David Chapman was never found to be legally insane. "The 'lone nut' theory simply does not stand up as an all-embracing explanation covering all -- or even most -- instances of American political assassination."

Bresler offers the possibility that "Lennon, the politically most active rock star of his generation... was shot dead outside his own home by a killer who was merely a tool, a human gun used and controlled by others to destroy a uniquely powerful radical
figure who was likely to prove a rallying point for mass opposition to the policies soon to be implemented... by the new United States government headed by Ronald Reagan."

Bresler quotes the late radio journalist Mae Brussell, who broke the Watergate story 2 months before the Woodward-Bernstein expose'. Brussell had no doubts: "It was a conspiracy. Reagan had just won the election. They knew what kind of president he was
going to be. There was only one man who could bring out a million people on demonstration in protest at his policies -- and that was Lennon."
Bresler begins by questioning the "lone nut" theory. Since 1835, 15 men and 2 women have attacked "nationally prominent political leaders in sixteen separate incidents." Of those 17, only 3 have been ruled insane by law. Mark David Chapman was never found to be legally insane. "The 'lone nut' theory simply does not stand up as an all-embracing explanation covering all -- or even most -- instances of American political assassination."

Bresler offers the possibility that "Lennon, the politically most active rock star of his generation... was shot dead outside his own home by a killer who was merely a tool, a human gun used and controlled by others to destroy a uniquely powerful radical
figure who was likely to prove a rallying point for mass opposition to the policies soon to be implemented... by the new United States government headed by Ronald Reagan."

Bresler quotes the late radio journalist Mae Brussell, who broke the Watergate story 2 months before the Woodward-Bernstein expose'. Brussell had no doubts: "It was a conspiracy. Reagan had just won the election. They knew what kind of president he was
going to be. There was only one man who could bring out a million people on demonstration in protest at his policies -- and that was Lennon."

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Who Killed John Lennon? by Fenton Bresler (Part 1 of 2)[Excerpts]"Laurel and Hardy, that's John and Yoko. And we stand a better chance under that guise because all the serious people like Martin Luther King and Kennedy and Gandhi gotshot."-- John Lennon>>>>>>> Part 1 <<<<<<<Bresler begins by questioning the "lone nut" theory. Since 1835, 15 men and 2 womenhave attacked "nationally prominent political leaders in sixteen separate incidents." Of those 17, only 3 have been ruled insane by law. Mark David Chapman was never foundto be legally insane. "The 'lone nut' theory simply does not stand up as an all-embracingexplanation covering all -- or even most -- instances of American political assassination."Bresler offers the possibility that "Lennon, the politically most active rock star of hisgeneration... was shot dead outside his own home by a killer who was merely a tool, ahuman gun used and controlled by others to destroy a uniquely powerful radicalfigure who was likely to prove a rallying point for mass opposition to the policies soon to be implemented... by the new United States government headed by Ronald Reagan."Bresler quotes the late radio journalist Mae Brussell, who broke the Watergate story 2months before the Woodward-Bernstein expose'. Brussell had no doubts: "It was aconspiracy. Reagan had just won the election. They knew what kind of president he wasgoing to be. There was only one man who could bring out a million people ondemonstration in protest at his policies -- and that was Lennon."Bresler speculates that Chapman was a "Manchurian Candidate," brainwashed and pre- programmed to kill on command. When the moment had arrived, Chapman received hissignal and performed his task.-+- The CIA and Mind Control -+-In April 1950, the CIA began work on PROJECT BLUEBIRD, the agency's fledglingattempt at mind control. "Within two years this had progressed into the substantiallyenlarged PROJECT ARTICHOKE. According to a later CIA internal memorandum,PROJECT ARTICHOKE was intended to 'exploit operational lines, scientific methodsand knowledge that can be utilized in altering the attitudes, beliefs, thought processes and behaviour patterns of agent personnel. This will include the application of tested psychiatric and psychological techniques including the use of hypnosis in conjunctionwith drugs.' In turn, only one year later, in April 1953, PROJECT ARTICHOKE became
 
MKULTRA, the generic name for a series of on-going investigations by the agency'sTechnical Services Staff."Some might object that pre-programming a subject to be a "killer on command" violatesthe common wisdom that one cannot be hypnotised to do something that is contray toone's individual morals. Yet not all "experts" are in agreement on this. For exampleMilton Kline, a New York psychologist and former president of the American Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis believes it is *not* impossible to create a"ManchurianCandidate." According to Kline, "It cannot be done by everyone. It cannot be doneconsistently, but it can be done.""There seems little doubt that sophisticated techniques have now reached the stage where,if murder is desired, a killer, once programmed and 'on hold', can be triggered intoaction."-+- Sirhan Sirhan -+-Bresler suggests that Sirhan Sirhan, the supposed lone assassin of Robert F. Kennedy,was a pre-programmed killer. Seven years after the RFK assassination, Sirhan wasinterviewed by psychiatrists. These recorded interviews were analyzed with the help of aPsychological Stress Evaluator (PSE), a device which measures micro-tremors in thevoice. Based on the PSE, former high-ranking intelligence officer Charles McQuistonstated: "I'm convinced that Sirhan wasn't aware of what he was doing. He was in ahypnotic trance when he pulled the trigger... Everything in the PSE charts tells me thatsomeone else was involved in the assassination -- and that Sirhan was programmedthrough hypnosis to kill RFK. What we have here is a real live 'Manchurian Candidate.'"After examining Sirhan's PSE charts, Dr. John W. Heisse, Jr., president of theInternational Society of Stress Analysis, agreed with McQuiston: "Sirhan kept repeatingcertain phrases. This clearly revealed he had been programmed to put himself into atrance."
 
Who Killed John Lennon? by Fenton Bresler (Part 2 of 2)[Excerpts]"Listen, if anything happens to Yoko and me, it was not an accident."-- John Lennon>>>>>>> Part 2 <<<<<<<-+- Government Surveillance -+-During a December, 1971 rally at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), undercover FBI agents recorded remarks made by Lennon and others. This is only one case of many,all pointing to a pattern of consistent governmental spying upon Lennon. Under theFreedom of Information Act, Bresler obtained U.S. government files on Lennon. Thefiles show that Lennon was under constant government surveillance, especially during theyears 1971-1972.For example, in an April 10, 1972 memorandum from J. Edgar Hoover to the FBI's NewYork office, Hoover orders his agents to "...promptly initiate discrete efforts to locatesubject [Lennon] and remain aware of his activities and movements. Handle inquiriesonly through established sources... Careful attention should be given to reports thatsubject is heavy narcotics user and any information developed in this regard should befurnished to narcotics authorities and immediately furnished to bureau in form suitablefor dissemination.""Lennon knew from early in 1972 that he was under constant surveillance, beingfollowed in the streets and with his telephone tapped." The ex-Beatle was aware of thesurveillance by secret police agencies and so stated on several occasions. For example, inDecember 1975 he told one interviewer, "We knew we were being wire-tapped... therewas a helluva lot of guys coming in to fix the phones."-+- "Moral Turpitude" -+-One of the methods used by the U.S. government to harass Lennon was the threat of deportation. The government had extra leverage in its efforts due to a previous convictionagainst Lennon which charged him with "moral turpitude." On October 18, 1968, inBritain, Lennon and Ono had been arrested and charged with possession of 1.5 ounces of marijuana. Two weeks before the bust, Lennon had been warned that the police were outto get him because he was a "loudmouth." As a precaution, he had (as he put it) "cleanedthe house out [of drugs]." Nevertheless, marijuana was found in the house by the police.According to Lennon, he had been set up. His opinion is backed up by the fact that thearresting officer was later sentenced to two years in prison for 

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