Evidence points to Bob Marley's particular Cancer vector being copper wire inserted within a pair of brand new boots, delivered personally by Carl Colby, son of the infamous CIA Director William Colby. Marley then unaware, ended up in the hands of Dr. Josef Issels, a Nazi former doctor at Auschwitz and contemporary of Dr. Josef Mengele, where he was carefully managed to ensure his "natural" death.
I'd be very interested in hearing about Carl Colby in this regard. I met him years ago, worked for him for a few days, in fact, and he was possibly the CREEPIEST man I've ever met in my life.
It's kind of awful to think he's probably still out there doing .... whatever.
As it was, he was actually directing a corporate film for Martin Marietta outside of Denver. Which was something of a military base when you'd approach and enter it. I mean, I grew up on military bases, and this was quite similar to a military base including big banners reading "Peace Through Strength" hung across the way. We were doing some sort of what we call "industrial films" which are corporate films that nobody ever sees except people within the corporation, or other businesses and if I remember correctly it had something to do with "Star Wars". This was probably in 1987 or 88 or so.
Man that guy was creepy.
on edit: Man, I just did a google search on the bastard. Check this out:
Nicole Simpson lived next door to Carl Colby (former CIA director Bill Colbys son). Colby's wife and kids have been subjected to mind-control. Colby's wife testified in O.J. Simpson's trial, but was addressed as "Miss Boe" rather than by her name.
Is this true? Hell if I know. The source seems dubious: http://www.whale.to/b/simpson.html
Then there's this:
http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/project ... colby.html
Where a Carl Colby testified in the Simpson trial, and is obviously a neighbor. The same one? I dunno.
Ugh, the guy is still making films:
But check out what he's trying to get made now: a film about his Dad and the CIA.
William E. Colby was a career CIA Officer and was Director of the CIA from 1973 to 1976. His career was legendary: beginning as an OSS Jedburgh officer parachuting behind enemy lines into Nazi occupied Europe in WWII; “quietly” influencing elections in ‘50’s Communist leaning Italy during the height of the Cold War; serving as the CIA Station Chief in Saigon in the 60’s; then as the architect of the controversial Phoenix Program at the height of the Vietnam War.
Amid the scandalous revelations of the CIA’s “Family Jewels” to televised House and Senate Hearings in the early 1970’s, Colby preached “reform” as CIA Director in order to “save the agency”; yet by opening up to Congressional oversight, these Hearings effectively ruined Bill Colby in the eyes of the intelligence community. He drowned in an apparent boating accident in ‘96. His front-page New York Times obituary labeled him “the Professional’s Professional”.
This is the story of the CIA – intelligence gathering and covert action – with Bill Colby as our starting point. His son, Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker Carl Colby, will explore who his father was, interviewing people inexorably connected to his life: high ranking political, military and intelligence officials, active and retired; historians, journalists, and policy experts; his family and friends; who are all participating because they knew Carl’s father personally or professionally and because his legacy impacted their lives – and US policies - then and now.
They will talk about Colby’s life, what they knew of him and the ways they possibly did not - or could not - know him. They will tell us about his legacy as a pioneer in counterinsurgency and paramilitary operations – whether they feel these actions were successful - from a tactical and a “values” perspective - and what consequences these actions have upon a “civilized” society.
As the different aspects of Colby’s life are uncovered, we will also become witness to Carl’s personal journey - what does it mean to have a father who was a master of covert activities, who lived in the murky gray zone between truth and lies, and who became one of the most powerful and controversial figures of the post-WWII era?
Beyond this personal story, the film will ask the question of what the CIA’s role in this country is and should be and where we as a society draw the line on what we are willing to ask, and order, our current intelligence officers and covert operatives to do in the name of our national security in an increasingly dangerous world – and who is responsible for the consequences.
The film will examine whether the CIA’s effectiveness has been compromised by focusing on secret paramilitary actions - with much less emphasis on intelligence gathering - or if this has caused US intelligence to continue to make the same old mistakes. If this is true, do these proactive covert programs and practices of the CIA still remain in our best national interest?
And do they remain true to our values as Americans who desire to abide by the Constitution? And is there a workable balance? This film will ask these tough questions - and ask them of those who are in a position to best understand and answer them.