Investigative journalist Robert Wilcox provided startling new evidence that shows General George S. Patton was assassinated. According to Wilcox, the powers that be in the United States (and perhaps even in the USSR) regarded Patton as a "loose cannon." Patton held staunchly anti-Stalin/anti-Soviet views and was ready to wage war against Russia, he explained. This at a time when the U.S. had a good relationship with Russia and there was a Socialist-friendly atmosphere under the Roosevelt administration, Wilcox further noted.
Douglas Bazata, a self-proclaimed assassin for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), was ordered to "stop Patton." Wilcox said he personally spoke with Bazata as well as read through his diary entries. Bazata claimed to have been paid $10,000 (about $100,000 in today's currency) to plan the assassination of Patton.
According to Wilcox, Bazata set up a car accident to make it appear as though Patton had died in a collision. Bazata's plan failed, however, and Patton was only seriously injured. Patton was taken to a hospital where he started to recover before dying suddenly of a blood clot in his brain. Wilcox suggested a poison was used to make it look like Patton had died from the brain embolism.
First hour guest, author and avid Beatles fan Joe Niezgoda, shared his proof that John Lennon sold his soul to the Devil and that his death had been foretold by the Beatles. "There were a lot of clues about John Lennon's death through their songs," Niezgoda said. He also pointed to a photo from the Magical Mystery Tour album that showed Lennon in front of a sign which reads, THE BEST WAY TO GO IS BY M&DC. Niezgoda believes 'MDC' stands for Mark David Chapman, the man who murdered Lennon.
Regarding his pact with Satan, Niezgoda thinks it began in 1960 and had to do with Lennon's desire to be greater than Elvis. Niezgoda cited the Yesterday and Today album cover, which shows the Beatles dressed in butcher smocks covered with raw meat and dismembered baby dolls, as evidence the Beatles had an affiliation with the Devil.
Bumper music from Saturday December 13, 2008