There has been quite a bit of speculation that a famous 1966 West Point graduate and Vietnam veteran by the name of John P. Wheeler III (1944-2010) was murdered for speaking out against the ongoing geoengineering activities your author refers to as the New Manhattan Project. This speculation is not unfounded. Wheeler most probably had direct knowledge of the Project. He was strongly connected to the most probable chemtrail sprayers and evidence indicates that he was the type of person who might blow the whistle. For more information about the New Manhattan Project, please refer to the new, greatly revised and expanded second edition of the author’s book Chemtrails Exposed: A New Manhattan Project.
John Wheeler, known as ‘Jack’ to his family and friends, was born into all of this. His father was a West Point graduate as well, and military men in his family can be traced back to at least the 1600s. In 1969, Wheeler was dispatched to Vietnam where he worked in the rear with the gear. Upon returning to America, Jack became a federal government insider as he worked for many high-profile civilian and military organizations. He is most famous for helping to create the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.
The evidence strongly suggests that Wheeler was murdered. The coroner listed the cause of death as blunt force trauma, indicating that he was beaten to death. On top of that, his body was thrown into a dumpster. But, exactly how he sustained these injuries and who did it remain mysteries. There is no clear motive for his murder.
Wheeler was last seen exiting an office building in downtown Wilmington, Delaware on the evening of Dec. 30, 2010. At that building, known as the Nemours Building, he had been visiting the law offices of Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz, where he had asked to speak to a managing partner. Before he left these law offices, he asked for train fare.
The previous evening, Wheeler was captured on video looking disheveled and disoriented in a parking garage, looking for his car. His car was actually in another garage four blocks away.