More Questions Raised About
Death Of Bush Cyber Expert Mike Connell
Join Our Call For A Federal Criminal Investigation!
Eleven months ago, Bush IT guru
Mike Connell was killed in a single engine plane crash shortly after
being forced to testify in a civil deposition alleging fraud in the
2004 election. According to legal filings prior to the crash, Mr.
Connell had received threats from Karl Rove and warnings not to talk.
We have been covering this case in great detail at www.RoveCyberGate.com
Now in a new development, Mr.
Connell's wife and sister have spoken out together about their
serious doubts that the crash was simply an accident. They disclosed
that the FBI recently received a document from a black ops
"assassination jackal" tipster who alleges that Mr. Connell's
plane was sabotaged while sitting at the airport prior to his last
flight. Former ABC News reporter Rebecca Abrahams broke these
developments Monday on The BRAD BLOG.
Today, we are renewing our call for
a full federal investigation into the allegations of election fraud
made against Mr. Connell, Karl Rove, Jeff Averbeck and other GOP
conspirators, and expanding that call to include a criminal
investigation into Connell's death. According to Mr. Connell's his
family, Mike's best friend and confidant was none other than Barry
Jackson, Karl Rove's deputy and George Bush's head of political
strategies who was implicated in the White House email scandal.
Stephen Spoonamore, a top expert in the field of cyber security, said
last year that Mr. Connell had asked him how to permanently destroy
White House emails.
There are many questions that need
to be answered in this matter that can only be discovered by a
criminal investigation with people called before a grand jury.
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