(spook, 9-11/Dissident, 9-11/Premature death, “conspiracy theorist”)
Long Beach, California, U.S.
|Died||2001-11-06 (Age 58)|
Eagar, Arizona, U.S.
Cause of death
|Interests|| • Conspiracy|
• Secret societies
Announced around 10 weeks before 9/11 that "Whatever they're going to blame on Usama bin Laden - don't you believe it...They will soon do something outlandish to gain the support of the Sheeple". He was killed by the US Marshals Service less than two months after the event.
Behold a Pale Horse
In 1991, Cooper's book Behold a Pale Horse was published.
William Cooper announced on 28th June, 2001 on his radio programme, "Hour of the Time", that a major attack on USA was planned and that "Whatever they're going to blame on Usama bin Laden - don't you believe it".
He was fatally shot during a raid on his house on November 5, 2001. Federal authorities reported that Cooper had spent years evading execution of a 1998 arrest warrant, and according to a spokesman for the US Marshals Service, he vowed that "he would not be taken alive".
A Quote by William Cooper
|Knights of Malta||“The Knights of Malta is a world organization with its threads weaving through business, banking, politics, the CIA, other intelligence organizations, P2, religion, education, law, military, think tanks, foundations, the United States Information Agency, the United Nations, and numerous other organizations. The world head of the Knights of Malta is elected for a life term, with the approval of the Pope. The Knights of Malta have their own Constitution and are sworn to work toward the establishment of a New World Order with the Pope at its head. Knights of Malta members are also powerful members of the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations) and the Trilateral Commission.”||Behold a Pale Horse|
- William Coopers FBI file
- Complete collection of his radio show 'The Hour of the Time'.
- His outstanding Mystery Babylon series at 'The Hour of the Time' in better quality. Transcript of the series.
- Hour of the Time
- "Arizona Militia Figure Is Shot to Death". Los Angeles Times. November 7, 2001. p. A24. Retrieved October 17, 2010.