JOHN PARSONS WHEELER III - Appears Death May Be HOMICIDE By United States Government Officials


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JOHN PARSONS WHEELER III - Appears Death may be a HOMICIDE by United States Government Officials in attempts to keep the COVER UP 911 DOMESTIC Terrorist Acts it committed on its OWN Citizens a SECRET! Mr. Wheeler may have known TOO MUCH!
Provides information as to the REASONS why the FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, JUDICIAL COMPLAINTS and CONGRESSIONAL COMPLAINTS Filed by Vogel Denise Newsome are being OBSTRUCTED from being PROSECUTED!
Garretson Resolution Group appears to be FRONTING Law Firm for United States President Barack Obama and Legal Counsel/Advisor (Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz) which has submitted a SLAPP Complaint to in efforts of PREVENTING the PUBLIC/WORLD from knowing of its and President Barack Obama's ROLE in CONSPIRACIES leveled against Vogel Denise Newsome in EXPOSING the TRUTH behind the 911 DOMESTIC TERRORIST ATTACKS, COLLAPSE OF THE WORLD ECONOMY, EMPLOYMENT violations and other crimes of United States Government Officials. Information that United States President Barack Obama, The Garretson Resolution Group, Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz, and United States Congress, etc. do NOT want the PUBLIC/WORLD to see. Information of PUBLIC Interest!

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JOHN PARSONS WHEELER III - Appears Death May Be HOMICIDE By United States Government Officials

  1. 1. FROM: accordance with Federal Laws provided For Educational and Information Purposes – i.e. of PUBLIC InterestJohn P. Wheeler III John Parsons Wheeler, III December 14, 1944Born Laredo, Webb County, Texas, USA c. December 30, 2010 (aged 66)Died Delaware Homicide (from "assault" and "bluntCause of death force trauma")[1]Body Cherry Island Landfill, Wilmington,discovered DelawareResting place Arlington National CemeteryNationality AmericanOther names "Jack" WheelerCitizenship American United States Military AcademyAlma mater Harvard Business School Yale Law SchoolEmployer Mitre Corp.Political party RepublicanSpouse Katherine Klyce John Wheeler Katie WheelerChildren Byrd Schas Meriwether Schas
  2. 2. John Parsons Wheeler, III, known as Jack Wheeler (December 14, 1944 – c. December 30, 2010), was achairman of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, senior planner for Amtrak (1971–1972), official of theSecurities and Exchange Commission (1978–1986), chief executive and CEO of Mothers Against Drunk Driving,consultant to the Mitre Corporation (2009–death), member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and a presidentialaide to the Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, and George W. Bush administrations. He also held numerousother positions in the United States military, government, and corporations. [2][3]Contents[hide]  1 Early life  2 Military career  3 Law career  4 Vietnam Veterans Memorial  5 Other service  6 Death  7 Bibliography  8 References[edit] Early lifeJohn Parsons Wheeler, III, descended from a family of military professionals which included Joseph Wheeler, whohad served as a general both in the Confederate Army, and later with the United States Army. Wheeler, III, wasborn in Laredo, Texas, where his mother was staying with her mother while his father was in Europe. Five daysafter the delivery, the family received a telegram that his father was missing in action in the Battle of the Bulge.His father was later found to be alive. [4][edit] Military careerWheeler was a member of the United States Military Academy class of 1966 which lost thirty of its members inthe Vietnam War.[4]After graduating from West Point, he was a fire control platoon leader at a MIM-14 Nike-Hercules base at FranklinLakes, New Jersey, from 1966 to 1967. From 1967 to 1969 he was a graduate student at Harvard Business Schoolspending the summer of 1968 as a systems analyst for the Office of Secretary of Defense in Washington, D.C.From 1969 to 1970, he served in a non-combat position at Long Binh in Vietnam. From 1970to 1971 he served onthe General Staff at The Pentagon[2]Wheelers West Point and later years are featured prominently in Rick Atkinsons book, The Long Gray Line: TheAmerican Journey of West Points Class of 1966.[edit] Law careerAfter leaving the military he was a senior planner for Amtrak in 1971 and 1972. From 1972 to 1975 he attendedlaw school at Yale University becoming a clerk for George E. MacKinnon in 1975–76 and an associate for Shea &Gardner in 1976–78. From 1978 to 1986 he was Assistant General Counsel, Special Counsel to Chairman, andSecretary, Securities and Exchange Commission.[2]
  3. 3. [edit] Vietnam Veterans MemorialFrom 1979 to 1989, Wheeler was chairman of Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund that built the Vietnam VeteransMemorial which opened in 1982. Working with Jan Scruggs, he had supported the controversial Maya Lin design,which was opposed by Ross Perot and Jim Webb, who tried to oust him as chairman of the memorial. Wheelerworked to address their issues by adding The Three Soldiers sculpture by Frederick Hart to the memorial.In 1983, Carlton Sherwood ran a four-part series on WDMV-TV (now WUSA) "Vietnam Memorial: A BrokenPromise?" which focused on Wheelers handling of the Memorial Fund, claiming that most of the $9 million raisedfor the memorial was improperly accounted. Sherwood cast aspersions on Wheelers career questioning hisdecision not to go directly to Vietnam out of West Point and noting he had been disciplined shortly after arriving inVietnam in 1969 for "misappropriation" of government property. A General Accounting Office audit spurred bythe television report cleared Wheeler. WMDV made an on-air apology and donated $50,000 to the memorial. [4] In1984, Wheeler published a memoir, Touched with Fire: The Future of the Vietnam Generation.In the 1988 television film To Heal a Nation about the construction of the Vietnam Memorial, Wheeler was playedby Marshall Colt, four years his junior and the former co-star with James Arness in the crime drama McClainsLaw. Eric Roberts portrayed Jan Scruggs and Glynnis OConnor, Becky Scruggs, Jans wife.[edit] Other serviceIn 1988–89, Wheeler worked with George H.W. Bush to establish the Earth Conservation Corps. From 1997 to2001, he was President and CEO, Deafness Research Foundation. He was consultant to acting Under Secretary ofDefense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics from 2001 to 2005, Special Assistant to the Secretary of theAir Force from 2005 to 2008. From 2008 to 2009, he was Special Assistant to the Acting Assistant Secretary of theAir Force for Installations, Logistics and Energy. From 1983 to 1987, he was Chairman and CEO of MothersAgainst Drunk Driving, and from 1993 until his death, he was the founding CEO of Vietnam Childrens Fund.[2][edit] DeathWheeler was allegedly seen on December 28, 2010, exiting an Amtrak train, [5] and later, on the afternoon ofDecember 30, 2010, at 10th and Orange streets in Wilmington, Delaware.[6] On December 31, his body was seenby a landfill worker falling onto a trash heap in the Cherry Island Landfill. [7] Police ruled his death a homicide andclaimed that "all the stops made Friday (December 31) by the garbage truck before it arrived at the landfillinvolved large commercial disposal bins in Newark (Delaware), several miles from Wheelers home."[5]Wheelers neighbor of seven months, Ron Roark, said that he had met Wheeler only once and rarely saw him.Roark claimed that, in the days prior to Wheelers death, he (Roark) and his family heard, from outside theWheeler residence, a loud television within the home that was constantly on, though no one appeared to behome.[8]According to the Washington Post, Wheeler was sighted on December 29 at the New Castle County courthouseparking garage, disoriented and wearing only one shoe, as the other was ripped. Wheeler, attempting to gain accessto the parking garage on foot, claimed that he wanted to warm up before paying a parking fee. (Police laterdetermined that his car was actually in a different parking garage at the train station.) Wheeler explained to theparking garage attendant that his briefcase had been stolen and repeatedly denied being intoxicated. It is alsoclaimed that, on December 29, Wheeler asked a pharmacist for a ride to Wilmington and "looked upset." Thepharmacist offered to call a cab for Wheeler, at which point Wheeler left the store. [9]On December 30, Wheeler was sighted wandering about various office buildings, including Mitre and DuPontlocations, where he refused offers of assistance from several individuals. [9] On January 28, 2011, the Delaware
  4. 4. state medical examiners office reported Wheelers cause of death as assault and "blunt force trauma" withoutelaboration.[1]Wheelers remains were inurned at Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors on April 29, 2011.[10][edit] Bibliography  Wheeler, John (January 1982). "Theological Reflections upon the Vietnam War". Anglican Theological Review 64 (1): 1–14.  Wheeler, John (1984). Touched with Fire: The Future of the Vietnam Generation. New York: Watts. ISBN 053109832X. OCLC 10207966.[edit] References 1. ^ a b Chase, Randall (January 28, 2011). "Officials say defense consultant died from assault". Bloomberg. Retrieved January 28, 2011.[dead link] 2. ^ a b c d "Biography of John Wheeler". 3. ^ Chase, Randall (January 3, 2011). "Body of U69S Military Expert Found in Delaware Landfill". Forbes. Retrieved January 4, 2011. 4. ^ a b c "The Long Gray Line: The American ... - Google Books". Retrieved 2011-01-05. 5. ^ a b "Ex-Bush, Reagan Officials Body Found Dumped in Landfill". Raw Story. January 3, 2011. Retrieved January 4, 2011. 6. ^ "Witnesses: Wheeler Appeared Disoriented, Disheveled Prior to Death". Fox News. January 5, 2011. Retrieved January 5, 2011. 7. ^ "Prominent Veteran Found in Landfill". UPI. January 3, 2011. Retrieved January 4, 2011. 8. ^ Goodin, Dan (January 5, 2011). "Body of murdered cyberwar expert found in landfill". The Register. Retrieved January 19, 2011. 9. ^ a b "Police: ex-Pentagon official confused before death".[dead link] 10. ^ Gaudiano, Nicole (April 29, 2011). "Ex-Pentagon official Wheeler buried at Arlington". USA Today. Retrieved May 16, 2011.