Genvoese crime family, Meyers as "HHS" illegally acting as 'agent'
'agency' and in crime, personal crime, from 1990 to 2000, prior to that,
and 2000 to 2010 in violent crime, injury on all of us:
AGENT USED FOR RADIO FREQUENCY, SURVEILLANCE, COMPUTER AIDED DIRECT
WEAPONRY AND BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS ON 'GROUND TARGETS' MEANING VICTIMS WHO
ARE NOT IN CRIME AND HE WAS 'HANDLER' FOR ATTEMPTED MURDERER OF GIFFORDS
WHO JUST VISITED UNIVERSITY DELAWARE, NATIONWIDE WEAPONS.
BELOW IS NOTICE OF CONSTANT NOTICES OF 'SURVEILLANCE' AND COMPUTER
'KEYSTROKES' WATCHED WHILE THEY OPERATE CRIME, TRAFFICKING, PORN,
GENOVESE CRIME THROUGHOUT, BANKING CRIME, AND BY COMPUTER, COMPUTER
HACKERS, WEAPONS BY COMPUTER ALSO, AND SENTENCING OF DEPT DEFENSE, SOCIAL
SERVICES, ENERGY, FBI, ALL IN TRAFFICKIING, AND WEAPONS, BRING LAWSUITS
FOR WEAPONS FOR THEMSELVES, TO CITI EMPLOYEES, AND COMPUTER TAMPERING,
FILE TAMPERING ALL AGENCIES.
Wheeler Last Seen in Wilmington's Business District - WSJ.com Jan 4, 2011
... A Vietnam War veteran and former aide to three U.S. presidents who
was found slain in a Wilmington, Del., garbage dump was last seen alive
Wilmington police warned not to go overboard on John Wheeler ... Jan 8,
2011 ... At least two Wilmington City Council members said Friday that
the investigation into the death of former Pentagon official John P
John P. Wheeler case: Wilmington PD goes toe-to-toe with city ... Jan 8,
2011 ... It was bound to happen sooner or later: Wilmington Police
Department would be taken to task for devoting manpower to the John P.
Then, he was found murdered.
The most relevant results of my searches are listed first, then a long
Bio of John Wheeler III starting about halfway down.
1) Top US Official MURDERED for Exposing Cause of Bird & Fish Kills WMD
2) John Wheeler III, An American Hero, Likely Murdered By Cheney
This is the only link I found that states" John Wheeler III, was involved
in Vice President Dick Cheneyâ€™s dual nuclear chain of command incident
between Minot and Barksdale AFBâ€™s, an incident that documented the
movement of five fake nuclear warheads, instead of the six live warheads
that witnesses within the Air Force with knowledge of the operation claim
were present on the B-52." All of the Airforce personnel on that B-52
were died within 30 days.
Do you believe that it is in Americans' interest to allow a small group
of U.S. leaders to unilaterally murder, maim, imprison and/or torture
anyone they choose anywhere in the world? Even near the Nation's capital?
3) Murder of John P. Wheeler Connected to Mass Bird Deaths?
"Rapid Medical Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction" ISBN 0-323-02333-
it tells you all you need to know about BNICE weapons & medical response
4) Update: Bizarre Final Days and Hours of
5) Extreme pro's, Ripping out floor boards to hide traces.
with lots of news link vidios showing the dead wild life:
All vidios are posted by "news" agencies, and non are posted by citizens
not connected with the media.
6) John P. Wheeler as 'Outer Planet':
7) John P. Wheeler death remains shrouded in mystery:
8) Body of US military expert found in Del. landfill
9) This parking garage video shows a drugged and disoriented Wheeler
wandering and looking for his car in the wrong garage.
Link to Video
A four page bio on John P Wheeler III is currently available at Second
Line of Defense:
BIOGRAPHY OF JOHN WHEELER
John Wheeler is a defense consultant. He served as the Special Assistant
to the Secretary of the Air Force, Washington, D.C. from 2005-2008, when
he became the Special Assistant to the Acting Assistant Secretary of the
Air Force for Installations, Logistics and Environment. His mission was
to carry out tasks and monitor programs in support of goals as directed,
and support the Air Force Secretariat with data gathering, team
organization, liaison, analysis and/or options for action. Principal
tasks included standing up Cyberspace Forces and placing Precision Strike
technology and Real Time Streaming Video targeting links into the hands
of groundfighters in combat.
Mr. Wheeler graduated from West Point in 1966, serving as a staff officer
in Vietnam, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, and the Joint Staff
before leaving active service in 1971. While on active duty, he authored
the first Biological and Chemical Joint Munitions Effectiveness Manual
and the analysis supporting the Presidentâ€™s decision that the U.S. will
not use biologicals. He was also on the Red Integrated Strategic
Operational Plan Team to test the Single Integrated Operational Plan. His
career combines federal service and starting up, growing and turning
around companies and charities. He was Secretary, U.S. Securities and
Exchange Commission, on the team that worked major insider trader
investigations, and consultant to the acting Under Secretary of Defense
for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics regarding tankers and other
For President Reagan, he created the Vietnam Veterans Leadership Program,
linking successful veterans with veterans needing jobs. For President
G.H.W. Bush, he created the Earth Conservation Corps for at-risk youth.
He was Chairman of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, which built the
Wall, and first Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Mothers Against
Drunk Driving, which led the 40 percent reduction in drunk driving
casualties as of 2005.
He has also served as Special Counsel to the Chairman and CEO for the
turnaround of Macyâ€™s, and he helped launch charities including the Jed
Foundation to prevent college suicides, Support Our Aging Religious, and
the Deafness Research Foundationâ€™s National Campaign for Hearing Health
to end deafness with cochlear implants for children.
PERTINENT WEB CLICKS
For computer-based readers, these clicks illustrate the main work
undertaken by Mr. Wheeler since 2005 :
1. Precision Strike and Video Links for Groundfighters:
2. Establishing Cyber Warfighting Capability:
3. Joint Warfighting:
1966 Distinguished graduate, Bachelor of Science degree, U.S. Military
Academy, West Point, N.Y.
1969 Master of Business Administration degree, with distinction, Harvard
Business School, Cambridge, Mass.
1975 Juris Doctor, Yale Law School, New Haven, Conn.
1. 1966 – 1967, fire control platoon leader, nuclear Nike Hercules site,
Franklin Lakes, N.J.
2. 1967 – 1969, graduate student, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
(summer 1968, systems analyst (Strategic Programs), Office of the
Secretary of Defense, Washington, D.C.)
3. 1969 – 1970, member of the General Staff, Headquarters U.S. Army
Vietnam, Long Binh, Vietnam
4. 1970 – 1971, staff officer, Joint Staff, the Pentagon, Washington,
5. 1971 – 1972, senior planner, Amtrak, Washington, D.C.
6. 1972 – 1975, law student, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
7. 1975 – 1976, law clerk, George E. MacKinnon, U.S. Court of Appeals,
District of Columbia Circuit
8. 1976 – 1978, Associate, Shea and Gardner Law Firm, Washington, D.C.
9. 1978 – 1986, Assistant General Counsel, Special Counsel to Chairman,
and Secretary, Securities and Exchange Commission, Washington, D.C. (1980
– 1981, on loan per President Reagan to create Vietnam Veterans
10. 1986 – 1988, self-employed specialist in startups and turnarounds of
11. 1988 – 1989, President G.H.W. Bush Transition Team to create Earth
Conservation Corps, Washington, D.C.
12. 1989 – 1997, self-employed specialist in startups and turnarounds of
13. 1997 – 2001, President and CEO, Deafness Research Foundation,
14. 2001 – 2005, self-employed specialist in startups and turnarounds of
companies, charities (2004 â€“ 2005, consultant to acting Under Secretary
of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, Washington, D.C.)
15. 2005 – 2008, Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force,
16. 2008-2009 Special Assistant to the Acting Assistant Secretary of the
Air Force for Installations, Logistics and Energy.
17. 2009. Consultant to Mitre Corporation.
AWARDS AND HONORS
Air Force Exceptional Civilian Service Award with Bronze Device
Joint Service Commendation Medal
U.S. Representative, Pew Foundation, British American Project
Law Journal Officer and Note Editor, Yale Law School
Languages: Fluent Spanish
1979 – 1989, Chairman, Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund
1983 – 1987, Chairman and CEO, Mothers Against Drunk Driving
1993 – present, created, then CEO Vietnam Childrenâ€™s Fund
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND ASSOCIATIONS
District of Columbia Bar; Council on Foreign Relations
Conceived, and contributor to, The Wounded Generation: America After
Vietnam, Prentice-Hall, 1981
Touched With Fire: The Future of the Vietnam Generation, Franklin Watts,
1984, and Avon paperback, 1985
A variety of opinion articles, broadcast and cable commentary.
Citation for Air Force Exceptional Civilian Service Award, 2008:
Mr. John P. Wheeler distinguished himself by exceptionally meritorious
service to the United States as the Special Assistant to the Secretary of
the Air Force, the Pentagon, Washington, District of Columbia, from 3
November 2005 to 20 June 2008. During this period, Mr. Wheelerâ€™s
unwavering integrity, devotion to duty and steadfast leadership led to a
number of successful initiatives across the Air Force.
Grasping the growing vulnerability of our weapon systems to Cyber
intrusions, he worked tirelessly to drive the activation of Air Force
Cyber Command. His visionary efforts were instrumental in the creation of
the Cyber Research Center at the Air Force Institute of Technology; the
first two graduates of the United States Air Force Academy to enter the
Air Force Institute of Technology Cyber Masterâ€™s Program; the stand-up
of the Air Force Cyber School; and an increased emphasis on Air Force
recruitment efforts for officers and enlisted for Cyber careers.
His seasoned experience and knowledge proved invaluable as he helped
formulate advice on initiatives such as Joint Basing, Recapitalization,
ROVER precision strike data for Army and Marine troops, Acquisition, and
a myriad of legislative initiatives facing the Air Force.
His day-to-day interactions with the Office of the Secretary of Defense
enhanced relations and ensured streamlined timely responses. The
singularly distinctive accomplishments of Mr. Wheeler in the dedication
of service to his Country reflect great credit upon himself and the
United States Air Force.
END OF CITATION
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Wilmington police warned not to go overboard on John Wheeler
By SEAN O'SULLIVAN and ESTEBAN PARRA • The News Journal • January 8, 2011
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WILMINGTON -- At least two Wilmington City Council members said Friday
that the investigation into the death of former Pentagon official John P.
Wheeler III -- though important -- should not take priority over any
other homicide investigation in the city.
Newark police, the lead investigative agency, continued to release
details Friday about Wheeler's movements on the day before he died. A
newly discovered surveillance video shows the 66-year-old New Castle
resident in the area of Wilmington's Rodney Square on Dec. 30, walking
toward a high-crime section of the city about two blocks away.
And according to a city cabdriver, who was questioned by Wilmington
police, it appears investigators may have recovered Wheeler's cell phone
because he was informed his phone number was on it. The cabbie denies he
ever gave Wheeler a ride.
None of the new details appeared to represent a major break in the case.
The cause of Wheeler's death has not been released. Jay Lynch, a
spokesman for the state Department of Health and Social Services,
declined to say if the body had been released, but an employee of
Krienen-Griffith Funeral Home in New Castle said it had the body. Newark
police declined to comment on the results of the autopsy.
Wilmington City Councilman Kevin Kelley on Friday cautioned Wilmington
police not to go overboard in investigating Wheeler's death.
"I don't want any more resources dedicated to this than we do any other
homicide," Kelley said, adding that about half of the city's record 27
homicides from 2010 remain unsolved.
Kelley said he wants police to find the person responsible for Wheeler's
death, but not at the expense of other investigation.
Councilwoman Loretta Walsh, who heads the city's Public Safety Committee,
agreed, saying Kelley's comments were "absolutely appropriate."
She noted that the FBI is assisting Newark police. "The city is
secondary, so we should not make ourselves out to be a bigger deal than
we are," she said.
Wilmington Police Chief Michael J. Szczerba confirmed that two
investigators have been assigned to the case, but said that is no more or
less than have been assigned to other homicide investigations. And he
said the detectives still have their usual caseloads and are not working
the case exclusively
Wheeler inquired at city law firm
Ex-Pentagon official appeared disoriented
By PHILLIP LUCAS • The News Journal • January 11, 2011
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Wheeler visited the 10th-floor offices of the Connolly Bove Lodge and
Hutch law firm in the Nemours Building looking to speak with the managing
partner, an attorney at the firm said Monday.
The former Pentagon official was in downtown Wilmington the afternoon of
Dec. 30, looking to borrow train fare to travel north, the attorney said.
When a receptionist went to find someone to speak with Wheeler, he was
Wheeler was seen on surveillance video wandering through the Nemours
building around 8:30 p.m., still apparently disoriented, and refusing
help from passers-by who approached him.
The lawyer at the firm was unsure if Wheeler had any relationship with
lawyers there. Arthur "Chip" Connolly, managing partner at the firm,
declined to comment Monday about Wheeler's visit.
Just before his last moments on video, Wheeler exited the Nemours
building from its entrance adjacent to 11th Street. He was last seen on
video at 8:42 p.m., crossing the Hotel du Pont valet area, then walking
southeast toward Market Street and Wilmington's East Side.
Wheeler's body fell from a trash truck at the Cherry Island Landfill Dec.
31 at about 10 a.m. Authorities believe the truck picked up the body from
one of 10 trash bins along its Newark route that morning. Newark police
had no updates in the homicide investigation Monday.
Wheeler, 66, lived part time in New Castle and worked in Washington, D.C.
He was a founding member of the Vietnam Veterans Leadership Program,
which helped veterans find employment opportunities. He also helped
spearhead a fundraising effort to build the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on
the National Mall.
Detectives are still getting calls and interviewing people who may have
tips on the case.
"Whether or not they prove fruitful remains to be seen," Newark police
Lt. Mark Farrall said. "You have to investigate all of them and weigh
Detectives are reviewing hours of surveillance footage from Downtown
Visions, Wilmington's surveillance network, to determine where Wheeler
went after he left the Nemours building near Rodney Square.
Police also are seeking information from the public on Wheeler's
whereabouts after he left the Nemours building and was seen walking
toward Market Street.
"Hopefully, one of the tips will prove to be useful," Farrall said. "I
hope we can get a break soon."
Detectives have not yet determined where Wheeler was killed, or in which
trash bin his body had been.
Newark police are currently the lead agency investigating Wheeler's
death, which has been ruled a homicide.
Detectives with the agency are also receiving assistance from the FBI.
Officials said Wilmington police could become the lead agency to
investigate the homicide if detectives find that Wheeler was killed in
The Medical Examiner's Office, which is awaiting test results, had no
update on Wheeler's cause of death Monday.
Additionally, Krienen-Griffith Funeral Home in New Castle declined to
comment on any funeral arrangements for Wheeler, although an employee
said his body was there last week