Web writer Kurt Nimmo wrote an article questioning Rosenbaum's death, and then Kurt Nimmo suddenly terminated his own long-standing website due to death threats. Mr Nimmo seems to have put his web archives back up for a short time, but in any case the Nimmo article does appear on the Jeff Rense website:
Was NYT's David Rosenbaum Assassinated?
The brutal murder of journalist Rosenbaum, needs to be considered in the light of other mysterious violent deaths, such as that of journalist Gary Webb, and that of other people who wound up dead after daring to oppose the Bush gang or the US government and its corruption.
The murder of journalist Rosenbaum, directly after he wrote a critical article about the Bush regime and a federal judge, is also relevant to the US death threats against myself, in revenge for my exposing other scandals involving the Bushes and federal judges.
David Rosenbaum was murdered after criticising Bush's US Supreme Court nominee Alito. In my own journalism, I have criticised Bush's Supreme Court candidate J. Harvie Wilkinson III, who was interviewed by President Bush, and then dropped (after publication of my article) in favor of candidate and now Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts.
Judge Harvie Wilkinson was involved in the cover-up of bribery, fraud and extortion involving 4th circuit federal Judge Robert Payne, in a scheme to benefit the flow of bribery and campaign cash to the George Bush family. Payne ("Judge Robert Payne is my name, Federal bribery is my game"), himself a nominee of the first President Bush, staged a fake legal proceeding to ban my freedom of speech, with Payne's own friends posing as my lawyers. Judge Payne, his thugs and Bush's friends, backed their scheme with threats of jail and murder that were made under the cover of Payne's order banning my freedom of speech, which all forced me to take political refuge in the Netherlands.
For more information on this other scandal with Bush and the federal judges (also involving the neo-fascist celebrity author Patricia Cornwell, a longtime friend of the Bushes), see links here.