Bob Fletcher is a retired investigative researcher who conducted an probe into the CIA's involvement in U.S. drug trade. His report was presented to several congressmen including Sonny Bono. Days before Bono's mysterious death, his office contacted Bob Fletcher to pursue formal action on the report with an Congressial intelligence committee. The timing of the ski accident was suspect to Fletcher and he concludes that the evidence surrounding the ski accident do not make sense.
Saturday's live program with Ian Punnett and guest Tom Krohmer was not broadcast as scheduled. In its place, a "Best of Ian Punnett" from 5/11/08 aired, featuring a discussion with investigator Ed Haslam about the 1964 murder of a cancer researcher which links to the JFK assassination and the contamination of the polio vaccine. In the first hour, researcher Bob Fletcher discussed Sonny Bono's mysterious death. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Ian was joined by investigative researcher Bob Fletcher, who discussed the mysteries surrounding Sonny Bono's death and why he believes the former entertainer-turned-politician was assassinated. Fletcher began by providing background on the toy manufacturing company he started in Marietta, GA in the early '80s. Fletcher said he merged his operations with a man he'd met at a marketing show in New York, and soon discovered that his new business partner was using the toy company as a front to supply armaments for covert NSA/CIA operations. Fletcher left the partnership, tried to sue, and began an investigation into the activities of high ranking U.S. military and government officials, who he claims were involved not only in secret weapons dealings but in drug smuggling as well. Fletcher said he'd sent Bono his documentation and the congressman had looked it over and decided to go after the people mentioned in the report. A week and half later Bono was dead.Fletche ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Investigator Ed Haslam discussed his research into a 1964 murder of a cancer researcher which links to the JFK assassination and the contamination of the polio vaccine. In describing the complex web of intrigue that he had uncovered, he said, "I look at it as a very sane, clearheaded investigation into a very crazy subject." Haslam traced his interest in the story to the strange murder of noted cancer researcher Dr. Mary Sherman in New Orleans. Intrigued by the sensational nature of her demise and the quick closing of the police inquiry, he unearthed clues which actually suggested that Sherman had been the victim of "what I will politely call an 'industrial accident.'" He speculated that Sherman's involvement in underground research using monkey viruses was ultimately the cause of her death. In explaining the origins of this research, he noted that early polio vaccines had been grown using monkey kidneys. In turn, this practice accidentally tainted up to 100 million doses ... More »Host: Ian Punnett