WAS IT "SUICIDE" OR MURDER? - NCIS TRIES TO
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How many times has the military covered up a murder and called it a "suicide" to get a big problem off their plate?
Ask the parents of Lavena Johnson, or the brother of COL James Sabow. Tony and Sue Bemis could tell you a thing or two about the so-called "suicide" of their son, a Navy CPO.
It's been nearly two weeks since Christopher Tur's dead body was fished out of Guantanamo Bay. In all that time, neither the Navy or anyone officially or unofficially with NCIS has said if he died of his own hand or the result of foul play.
That fact that GITMO base commander, CAPT John Nettleton, was having an affair with Tur's wife Lara, was no secret to the officers and sailors on the 43 square-mile installation.
So it's only natural to wonder if the 42 year-old commissary worker might have sealed his fate by threatening to go public on the adulterous activities. Who had a motive to make sure he stayed silent forever? Would a man unhappy with his cheating wife, aid and abet the affair by eliminating himself from the picture? We don't know, but that's just some of the conjecture sweeping through the ranks.
WE DO A PRE-EMPTIVE STRIKE
Only a fool would think all the rah-rah "good guys" stuff on the NCIS television show has any bearing on reality. We've long maintained the NCIS should weed its ranks of the psychos, sociopaths, and perverts. And that's just in the leadership.
To prevent a cover-up from getting going, MilitaryCorruption.com will shoot out of the water, here and now, what we are told may soon be the "official version" of what happened.
We've learned since our earlier story (see below) that Christopher Tur didn't just work for the Commissary. He was "loss prevention" officer. Are you beginning to get the picture, dear readers?
What's to stop certain people from spreading a story that Tur "offed" himself because of irregularities in the inventory? He's not around to defend himself, so that tale might fly. And it would take any suspicion off the former commander or his gal pal.
You ask, what about the autopsy? The authorities can make that appear any way they want. It is curious no mention of whether violence was involved in Tur's last swim has gone on as long as it has. The silence is deafening.
Our CI's (confidential informants) have been digging around the clock for the truth to this baffling case. We urge you to keep checking back with MCC frequently this weekend. If we publish even what we already have in hand from them, it will cause many problems for more than a mere Navy captain with an adulterous bent.
|BASE COMMANDER AT GITMO FIRED - SOURCES
SAY LOVER-BOY NAVY CAPT JOHN NETTLETON
WAS HAVING AFFAIR WITH WIFE OF COMMISSARY
EMPLOYEE WHO HAS TURNED UP DEAD IN
GUANTANAMO BAY - HOW DID CHRISTOPHER TUR
DIE? SUICIDE OR MURDER? - WE WANT TO KNOW