Dr. Don Wiley
Photo credit: The Harvard Gazzette
When Dr. Don Wiley’s dead body was dragged from the Mississippi River on December 20, 2001, his death was ruled a homicide by both Arkansas and Tennessee police forces. The biophysics expert was last seen over a month earlier on November 15. His seemingly abandoned rental car was found the following day on a bridge in Tennessee. The FBI soon became involved in the case, and they declared his death accidental, stating that he had fallen from the bridge shortly after exiting his vehicle.
Suspicions remained for some, however. Firstly, the bridge in question had a 2-meter (6.5 ft) fence on its sides, which would make it difficult, if not impossible, to “fall over.” His death also came in the wake of the Anthrax postings in the United States, with many stating that Dr. Wiley was one of the few people who would have been able to accurately trace exactly where the deadly substance had originated.
First of all, how in the world does someone "accidentally" fall over a fence that is 6.5 feet tall? That alone seems a bit strange to me. As much as I hate to say it, this whole thing just reeks of some kind of cover-up. Call me crazy, but that's the way I see it...sorry!
Just the thing to mark my return to blogging, right? Still don't know if I'm gonna do this everyday or not, but we will see what happens, I reckon. OK? OK!
Coffee in the kitchen this morning. It's supposed to rain later, but you know how that goes, don't ya?