Saturday, July 30, 2016

A connection between the Chandra Levy murder and the JFK assassination? I'm afraid so. There is a connecting figure from the JFK case that overlaps with the Chandra Levy case. I'm talking about a UCLA psychiatrist who was involved in the CIA's MK-ULTRA program. Dr. Louis Jolyon West. 

West is the government psychiatrist who interviewed Jack Ruby and declared him insane. Then, that same Dr. Louis Jolyon West was assigned to evaluate Sirhan Sirhan in the RFK case. Then, that same Dr. Louis Jolyon West was called in to interview and evaluate Timothy McVeigh in the OK City bombing case. And Chandra Levy is the one who noted, with interest, West's twelve or more visits to McVeigh. Is that why she was killed?  

It was reported that Chandra noted some twelve or more visits to McVeigh by Dr. Louis Jolyon West, the UCLA mind control expert for the CIA who pronounced Jack Ruby insane after he suggested a conspiracy in the JFK assassination. He also was the government psychiatrist who handled Sirhan Sirhan while he awaited trial. Jolly West was infamous for his early use of LSD on unsuspecting victims. He was the head of the CIA's mind-control program known as MKULTRA, and was a pioneer of electronic brain experimentation. Chandra's disappearance was conveniently just two weeks before McVeigh's scheduled execution. Due to the discovery of documents that had not been given to McVeigh's defense team, his execution was rescheduled and carried out on June 11, 2001. Rumors ran strong with speculation about the date of Chandra's disappearance and McVeigh's two execution dates. The information that Chandra Levy possessed would have been far more damaging to the government, and their desire to eliminate the potential loose cannon, McVeigh.

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