Author Topic: Missing U.S. Government Scientist Timothy Cunningham FOUND DEAD near Chattahooch  (Read 102 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Missing U.S. Government Scientist Timothy Cunningham FOUND DEAD near Chattahoochee River.



Silencing a whistleblower?  Time will tell.

Missing U.S. Government Scientist Timothy Cunningham FOUND DEAD near Chattahoochee River.



Silencing a whistleblower?  Time will tell.

The CDC guy. The plot thickens.

I thought he was found IN the Chattahoochee. That spot is near where he lived.

Is it just coincidental that on the day he shows up dead they start talking about potential "nightmare" bacteria they're all of a sudden "concerned" about. ;)

http://fox59.com/2018/04/05/nightmare-bacteria-resistant-to-antibiotics-found-in-27-states-according-to-cdc-report/

I smell globalist vermin. >:(

I just assume that the 27 states in question were all Trump states. ;)




This was a suspicious story.  The local news said Cunningham may have fallen into the Chattahoochee while running.  He couldn't swim?  Really?  He was murdered and thrown into the river.  Can't wait for the autopsy findings.


I guess the body has decomposed too much for a regular autopsy.  Isn't that convenient?  The authorities are waiting on results of a toxicology screening.

This was a suspicious story.  The local news said Cunningham may have fallen into the Chattahoochee while running.  He couldn't swim?  Really?  He was murdered and thrown into the river.  Can't wait for the autopsy findings.

How many black guys do you see in the summer Olympics on the swim team?

He was in the Navy wasnít he?  Must have had basic swimming skills.

But I can tell you from experience that when you fall into frigid water you donít last long. In fact that first gasp when you realize how fucking cold it actually was can get you to inhale a bunch of water.

How many black guys do you see in the summer Olympics on the swim team?

He was in the Navy wasnít he?  Must have had basic swimming skills.

But I can tell you from experience that when you fall into frigid water you donít last long. In fact that first gasp when you realize how fucking cold it actually was can get you to inhale a bunch of water.

Maybe so.  The water was undoubtedly frigid due to the incredibly cold weather we had in January but he looked like a man who could get out of the river and, yes, he was in the Navy.

Maybe so.  The water was undoubtedly frigid due to the incredibly cold weather we had in January but he looked like a man who could get out of the river and, yes, he was in the Navy.
Some blacks can swim but still hate dogs. Kidding. In winter usually water warmer than air during cold spells, esp down south. You can see this in your pool even. But better if camping etc n difference between air, water, and earth and how each has heat changes (sometimes to bad effect if not prepared!) Lastly, racked it up to another dead scientist. I want Quayle to breathlessly weigh in. Serious. I enjoy his shows.