Jim Marrs, the author who wrote the book Crossfire: The Plot to Kill Kennedy, died of a heart attack Wednesday at his Wise County home. His death comes just months before the CIA is set to declassify documents about the death of President John F. Kennedy.
Marrs’ book helped inspire the Oliver Stone movie JFK, and he is well known as a “conspiracy theorist,” the title given to anyone who questions the government’s official story on any topic. In fact, Marrs was considered the leading expert on JFK conspiracy theories. Given the timing of Marrs’ death, and the government’s (specifically the CIA) ability to make an assassination look like a heart attack, many are adjusting their tin foil hats accordingly.
The CIA does, indeed, have an assassination weapon that makes a murder look like a heart attack, allowing them to avoid blame. Whistleblower Mary Embree said of the “heart attack gun”: “The poison was frozen into some sort of dart and then it was shot at very high speed into the person. When it reached the person it would melt inside them, and there would be a tiny red dot on their body, which was hard to detect. There wouldn’t be a needle or anything like that left in the person.”
The last of the JFK files that are still classified are scheduled for declassification in October of this year. Their contents are unknown and could range from mundane to shocking in nature. But with Marrs’ untimely death, many believe they are about to be a little more revealing than the government desires. If nothing else, the fact that the government possesses this “assassination weapon” should raise so many red flags one would think they were drowning in a Bloody Mary cocktail.
The remaining classified records consist of 3,000 sealed documents and 34,000 previously redacted files. After Congress passed the JFK Assassination Records Collection Act in 1992, federal agencies transferred all custody of relevant files to the National Archives – roughly 5 million pages. The only thing that can now stop the declassification of these documents, is president Donald Trump.
Which brings us back to Marrs’ death, the timing of which is highly suspicious. Especially considering Marrs didn’t just write books, and remember, he died of a heart attack. He taught courses on the JFK assassination and UFOs at the University of Texas at Arlington before retiring in 2007. In a 2003 Star-Telegram article, Marrs said lawyers, teachers, even an official with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission had taken his classes.
Marrs’ also wrote other books that probably have put him firmly in the “conspiracy” category by those who seek censorship to protect the government. In addition to “Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy,” which reached The New York Times paperback nonfiction bestseller list, other titles include: “Alien Agenda” (1997); “Rule by Secrecy” (2000); “The Terror Conspiracy Revisited” (2007); “The Rise of the Fourth Reich” (2008); “The Trillion-Dollar Conspiracy” (2010); “Our Occulted History” (2013); “Population Control” (2015); and his last book, “The Illuminati” (2017). The titles of the books alone aren’t comforting to anyone with any faith at all left in the government, and the descriptions are even less settling.
Historians and government officials continue to balk at the thought of people questioning their official story of the JFK assassination. Perhaps if the government would stop telling obvious lies in order to control the dialogue around issues in the name of “controlling the herd” via propaganda, we could stop looking for the truth. The fact is, the government has lied and covered up enough that questioning their actions and motives has become second nature for most. The only question that comes to mind now is:
How far down the rabbit hole do you want to go?
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