Michael C. Ruppert Left Four Notes and a PoemSubmitted by Michael Nystrom on Mon, 04/28/2014 - 17:04
The following information was received at the inbox of the Daily Paul, with the request that I share. Following the embedded links will take you where you need to go. RIP Michael Ruppert.
On Wednesday I reported that Michael C. Ruppert left two “suicide” notes behind – one that was addressed to “Jack” which I published here, and another addressed to Mike’s partner “Jessy Re”. This information and the note I published, were provided to me by Wesley T. Miller, Mike’s last Attorney of Record. Wes received the notes from Jack Martin.
Jack, Mike’s close friend and the property owner where Mike died has told me, that in reality, there were a total of five pieces of paper Mike had strategically left behind, all of which could be considered “notes” … all of which convey a message.
There were the two “notes” I already mentioned as well as a “note” placed with and about Mike’s best pal “Rags the Dog” (more on that “note” and an update on Rags coming later today).
There were also two “notes” taped to the exterior of the trailer door where Mike was staying; one of those is an instructional/warning type note and the other is sort of a poem of explanation written by Mike.
One of the challenges for Mike’s close circle of friends [who are his family] is to make sure everyone understands, this really was a suicide. As sad and horrible as that is, it is a fact. Understandably, there are myriad reasons to doubt, question, and speculate [Mike taught us well, did he not?], simply because Mike was the man that he was and doing the work that he did.
There is some irony in writing to help clear-up unnecessary and unwanted conspiracies about a conspiracy theorist, which is why — after I learned of the existence of these other “notes” and what they contained, I requested to make them public today and Jack agreed.