James Forrestal- Early Zionist Hit-Job?

by David Martin — New Forrestal Document Exposes Cover Up via (henrymakow.com) Nov 17, 2014

President Truman Presenting a Distinguished Service Medal to James Forrestal. Click to enlarge

President Truman Presenting a Distinguished Service Medal to James Forrestal. Click to enlarge

President Truman relieved James Forrestal of his position in late March of 1949. Within a few days he was committed, apparently against his will, to Bethesda Naval Hospital suffering from “exhaustion.” In spite of the invaluable service he had rendered to the country during World War II, first as Under Secretary of the Navy and then Secretary of the Navy, he had in 1948 and early 1949 been the subject of an unprecedented press vilification campaign, led by powerful [Jewish] columnists Drew Pearson and Walter Winchell.
At around 1:45 am, May 22, some seven weeks after his admission to the hospital, Forrestal plunged from a 16th floor window of the hospital to his death. A belt or cord, said to be from his dressing gown, was tied tightly around his neck.
On May 23, a review board was appointed by Admiral Morton D. Willcutts, the head of the National Naval Medical Center to investigate the death. The board completed its work on May 31, but not until October 11 did it publish a brief, summary report of only a few lines. No explanation of the delay was given.
For eye opening details, be sure to read Dan’s comment below this article.

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