WE PUT AIR FORCE O.S.I. ON NOTICE
There is no statute of limitations on murder. There shouldn't be on insurance fraud.
Startling developments at Wilford Hall Medical Center in San Antonio, Tex. may lead to the unraveling of several strange deaths that have plagued that Air Force facility in recent years.
Since 2003, when highly-respected Col. Philip Shue died in a bizarre car crash after his body had been surgically mutilated, (both his widow and first wife became millionaires from his demise), a series of ranking officers, save one - 1st Lt. Nonnie Dotson - have died under mysterious circumstances.
MilitaryCorruption.com has also received information from a very inside source, who knew the late Gen. Bernardo Negrete and his much-married widow, Victoria, that could lead lazy San Antonio cops to dust off the files in their hastily concluded "investigation" of how retired Gen. Bernardo Negrete allegedly shot himself because he was "depressed."
WE'VE BEEN ON THIS CASE SINCE "DAY ONE"
We will not tip our hand, but there should be a certain male medical officer in the rank of light colonel who's been in and out of Wilford Hall in recent years, that might be worth putting "on the grill" right now to make him talk.
If he does, or confesses what he knows about the Shue death, a plea bargain deal could lead to unraveling other cover-ups at the haunted Wilford Hall Medical Center.
For example, brilliant USAF public affairs officer, Lt. Col. Delores Anderson, who told others she knew the "real" story of the Shue case, is alleged to have shot herself to death with a .22 pistol. Right. Her mother, interviewed at length by an MCC reporter in Florida, told us the Air Force was eager to quickly close the books on her daughter's actual cause of death.
Lt. Col. Cheryl Howard, who confided in friends, she too, had knowledge of the truth as to what happened to Shue, died in 2006 under bizarre circumstances while undergoing a routine medical procedure at the hospital.
A female anesthesiologist, Lt. Nonnie Dotson, while visiting family in Colorado, disappeared in 2007 and her body never was found. Another doctor who served at Wilford Hall at the time - we have penetrated even the OSI itself, so we know they know - tells us Dotson worked with Capt. Michael Fontana, the man just charged in the murder of three patients in the intensive care-unit.
Drugs were illegally administered to the victims in that case, we are told, and the 35 year-old male nurse could have a lot to tell OSI, if it means avoiding life in prison or even the death penalty.
FONTANA CASE COULD BE "BIG BREAK" IN OTHER STRANGE DEATHS
We emphasize, Fontana (who looks like someone you would NOT want to meet on a dark street corner Halloween Night) is innocent until proven guilty. Even the OSI, famed for "looking the other way" when Command wishes override justice - can you say Jill Metzger? - will have a hard time botching this one.
But what they need to remember is this. The Fontana case is just the tip of the iceberg. And MilitaryCorruption.com, which incurred the fiery wrath of tiny terror, "Tracy the Shrew," the colonel's wealthy widow, is digging hard to break this case ahead of everyone else.
All Air Force personnel are advised to click on this site frequently in the days and weeks ahead. Tell your friends and CBS/KENS-TV. It will be well worth your while.