Tuesday, June 9, 2009

The David Carradine Conspiracy

I was as shocked as anyone else by the death of David Carradine.
Of course as most of you, when I read the original official account of his death, something just didn't sound right.
It's funny, but when I read the reports, I couldn't help but think "Bruce Lee".
Of course most people accept the official reports and cause of Lee's death, but I never did.
Maybe it's because I didn't think that the larger than life superman up on the screen could be felled so easily.

Of course David Carradine's case is a little different.
It really looks suspicious.
And as soon as the news broke, rumors began to run rampant on the net.

In this case though, the conspiracy case is getting some help from a reliable source.
According to a report by the New York Times on Sunday, Mark Geragos said on Larry King's show last Friday that Carradine was investigating the secret societies, whose members had the motive and means to kill him.
Mark Geragos is the family's lawyer and also the lawyer of Michael Jackson, Winona Ryder, Scott Peterson and Chris Brown.

Is he a quack?

Okay he's a celebrity lawyer, I'll give you that, but look at some of the honors he has won....
1999 - Trial Lawyer of The Year by the Los Angeles Criminal Courts Bar Association.
1999 - Jerry Giesler Memorial Award for Trial Skills, Judgement & Dedication.
2001 - Humanitarian of the Year by the Mexican American Grocers Association.
2004 - Professional of The Year by the Armenian Professional Society.
2005 - Consumer Attorney of the Year by the Consumer Attorneys of California.
2006 - Attorney of the Year by the California Lawyer magazine.

Now why would this man just make up the "investigating the secret societies" story?
Of course, this is Hollywood after all.
But why?
Who would benefit from a story like that?

If you want to know more about this, head over to Loren Coleman's Blog "Twilight Language".
There is a VERY in depth article posted there where David Carradine, John Carradine, Dennis Hopper, Dean Stockwell, The OTO and Aleister Crowley are all linked.
A very interesting read.

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