Paul Kerrigan Posted October 24, 2004 Share Posted October 24, 2004 (edited) William Colby, Director of the CIA once said "Believe me, if the CIA had anything to do with the murder of our president I would have discovered it in the early seventies and I would have revealed it — I revealed a lot of other things." William Colby would later die of hypothermia and drowning, canoeing in the middle of the night, at his home in Rockpoint MD. He did not mention any canoeing plans to his wife, nor was it normal behavior for him to engage in nocturnal caneoing adventures. Colby's body is not immediately located. William Colby's body was then found after the canoeing accident, lacking his usual lifevest. It was found 20 yards from the canoe, after the area had been thoroughly searched multiple times. Was Colby saying anything to people around him around the time of his death that would suggest the opposite of his above statement? Or was there another reason for his demise? Perhaps its paranoia but whenever someone in intelligence says anything about the Kennedy Assassination, he seems suspicious to me. Edited October 24, 2004 by Paul Kerrigan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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