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William Cooper: Death of a Conspiracy Salesman: Survivalist? Patriot? Fanatic!

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THE INSIDE STORY NO ONE ELSE DARES PUBLISH!
NEWS FLASH -- EAGAR, ARIZONA

On November 5, William Cooper was shot to death by sheriff deputies in an exchange of gunfire, fulfilling his often-stated wish to go out in a blaze of glory. News of Cooper's death spread quickly via the Internet, as friend and foe aline posted letters and tributes describing their past, often ...

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Overview

THE INSIDE STORY NO ONE ELSE DARES PUBLISH!
NEWS FLASH -- EAGAR, ARIZONA

On November 5, William Cooper was shot to death by sheriff deputies in an exchange of gunfire, fulfilling his often-stated wish to go out in a blaze of glory. News of Cooper's death spread quickly via the Internet, as friend and foe aline posted letters and tributes describing their past, often confrontational, encounters with an individual many consider to be the most controversial man in American history.

But who was Bill Cooper???

Was he a true patriot? A tough survivalist? Or simply a fanatic?

Some knew him as a UFO "expert" (having claimed insider information on the governments actual knowledge of extraterrestrials living amongst us)...A conspiracy theorist...a former Navy Intelligence operative...and the person the President once called "the most dangerous man on American airwaves."

Here is the INSIDE STORY as told by a fellow patriot and government whistle blower. COMMANDER X claims close "ties" to various branches of the government and like Cooper sees himself as a foe of the New World Order.

Commander X has collected together for the first time Cooper's thoughts and finds on such subjects as:

* The Illuminati.

* The Kennedy Assassination.

* MJ 12 and the UFO Cover-UP.

* Area 51.

* The Anti Christ.

* The World Trade Center Disaster.

* Gun Control.

* The Constitution.

* Skull and Bones Society.

Cooper always said he acted from his "conscience" and sought to warn all Americans of the dangers of the New World Order, creeping socialism and our own brand of Nazism. Was his death accidental -- or something more SINISTER? Perhaps you can judge better after reading DEATH OF A CONSPIRACY SALESMAN!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781892062307
  • Publisher: Inner Light - Global Communications
  • Publication date: 12/1/2001
  • Pages: 138
  • Sales rank: 978,554
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

The White House once called William Cooper's daily radio broadcast as BEING THE MOST DANGEROUS IN AMERICA.

A self proclaimed patriot, before being shot to death by an Arizona lawman, was one of the most controversial speakers in America. His talks on UFOs, MJ12, the Kennedy Assassination, and various military and governmental cover-ups were stunning. He mesmerized many. He spooked others. He was both loved and hated.

This is William Coopers story, put together by Commander X, a military intelligence operative who believes that this story must be told...before it is too late!

Commander X is the author of such best-selling books as: Secret Underground Bases, and Secret Technology of the New World Order.

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