VICE ADMIRAL SCOTT STEARNEY ALLEGEDLY KILLS HIMSELF – WE WONDER WHAT REALLY HAPPENED? THE MILITARY HAS TOO OFTEN USED SUICIDE TO COVER-UP A MURDER
Whoa! Wait a just a damn minute here. An active duty vice admiral kills himself? At the risk of sounding like a conspiracy nut, something does not smell right here. Countless murders in military have been covered up by the military by alleging the person committed suicide.
People who are suspicious about military suicides jokingly say the person was probably “suicided.” The term “suicided” is a mocking, made-up code word that says the person didn’t actually commit suicide, but was probably murdered and the murder is being covered-up as a suicide. So, it begs the question, did VADM Scott Stearney commit suicide, or was he “suicided?”
WE REMEMBER JAMES FORRESTAL
Forrestal told associates he had decided to resign, he was allegedly surprised when President Harry Truman asked for his resignation as Secretary of Defense. His letter of resignation was tendered on March 28, 1949.
On the day of Forrestal’s resignation from office, he allegedly is said to have gone into a strange daze and was flown on a Navy airplane to the estate of Under Secretary of State Robert A. Lovett in Hobe Sound, Florida, where Forrestal’s wife, Josephine, was vacationing.
Dr. William C. Menninger of the Menninger Clinic in Kansas was consulted and he diagnosed Forrestal as having “severe depression” of the type “seen in operational fatigue during the war”.
The Menninger Clinic had successfully treated similar cases during World War II, but Forrestal’s wife, his friend and associate Ferdinand Eberstadt, Dr. Menninger and Navy psychiatrist Captain Dr. George N. Raines decided to send the former Secretary of Defense to the National Naval Medical Center (NNMC) in Bethesda, Maryland.
Forrestal was checked into NNMC five days later. There was a decision to house James Forrestal on the 16th floor instead of the first floor. Forrestal’s condition was officially announced as “nervous and physical exhaustion”; his lead doctor, Captain Raines, diagnosed his condition as “depression” or “reactive depression”.
As a person who prized anonymity and once stated that his hobby was “obscurity”, Forrestal and his policies had been the constant target of vicious personal attacks from columnists, including Drew Pearson and Walter Winchell. Pearson’s protégé, Jack Anderson, later asserted that Pearson “hectored Forrestal with innuendos and false accusations”.
Forrestal seemed to be on the road to recovery, having regained 12 pounds since his entry into the hospital. However, in the early morning hours of May 22, 1949 the admiral’s body, clad only in the bottom half of a pair of pajamas, was found on a third-floor roof below the sixteenth-floor kitchen across the hall from his room.
Forrestal’s alleged last written statement, touted in the contemporary press and later biographers as an implied suicide note, was part of a poem from W. M. Praed’s translation of Sophocles’ tragedy Ajax. The truth may never be known as to whether Forrestal was murdered, committed suicide or was driven to suicide which is also murder.
There is someone out there who knows what really happened to Vice Admiral Scott Stearney. MilitaryCorruption..com has our ears opened if you want to tell us what really happened to Vice Admiral Stearney and the story behind it.
Here’s one “official” report on the Stearney “suicide.”
US Admiral Scott Stearney Murdered in Bahrain? Rumored to Have Opposed False Flag (Zionists Will Fake Iranian Attack on US Naval Vessel)
ROBERT STEELE: I am told he was murdered by Bahreini security services at the request of the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) element attached to the fifth fleet. I have no direct knowledge. My source tells me he was murdered because he explicitly opposed the planned false flag attack in collaboration with the Israeli Navy simulating an Iranian patrol boat missile attack on a US naval vassal.