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BODY OF DR. TIMOTHY CUNNINGHAM FOUND

A few weeks ago I blogged about the latest in a long line of disappearances and mysterious deaths of physicians who buck the "standard narrative". In this case it was about the disappearance of CDC physician Dr. Timothy Cunningham, who disappeared on February 12 this year. Sadly, Dr. Cunningham's body has now been found, according to these two stories shared by Ms. N.C. and Mr. H.B.:

The body of the CDC worker who mysteriously disappeared in February has been found in a river

Body Of Missing CDC Researcher Found In River

There's much here that does not add up. First, consider the fact that his body was only just recently discovered in the river not too far from his home, but in an area which had been previously thoroughly searched:

The muddy river spot where the officer was found wasn't too far from his house, but there weren't any roads or running trails nearby, so it's not clear exactly how Cunningham got in there. Police say they'd conducted a "very thorough" search of the riverbanks in that area on February 23, but didn't find any signs of the missing commander.

"We may never be able to tell you how he got into the river," O'Connor said. Doctors who've examined his body say there's no evidence of trauma or foul play, and they believe the cause of death is drowning.

OK... let me get this straight: Dr. Cunningham, a US Navy officer - a commander - supposedly drowned at some point, in a river near his home, but in an area which had been previously searched. Did the police simply miss seeing him before, or did Dr. Cunningham drown himself somewhere else? If so, how did his body get to where it was eventually found? Who transported it there, and why? If there is no foul play involved, why bother to move the body at all?

In short, I'm not buying for a moment that there's no "foul play". The above two cited paragraphs are so self-evidently c0ntradictory that I cannot imagine any competent district attorney not suspecting foul play.

There are other additional details that raise serious questions:

The family of Timothy J. Cunningham, 35, grew concerned after the Harvard-trained epidemiologist and US Navy officer wouldn't answer texts or calls. Driving over 600 miles from Maryland to Atlanta, Cunningham's parents gained access to his house where they found their son's phone, wallet and driver's license.

Quoted by the NYT, his father said that Commander Cunningham had “a lot going on” personally and professionally, and his most recent conversation with his son had left him worried.

The tone, and the numerous exchanges gave us reason to be concerned about Tim,” said Terrell Cunningham. “And I don’t know if it’s an instinct you have because it’s your child, but it was not a normal conversation and I was not comfortable.”

Cunningham's car was parked in the garage, while his dog - Mr. Bojangles, aka Bo, was left all by himself.

Cunningham left work at the CDC on Feb 12, 2018, claiming he was feeling sick.  When he was discovered, he was wearing his favorite jogging shoes:

The Atlanta Police Department confirmed to Business Insider that Timothy Cunningham's body was recovered in the Chattahoochee River in northwest Atlanta. Cunningham was wearing his favorite jogging shoes when he was found by a group of fishermen, police said.

So apparently Dr. Cunningham left work, drove home, parked his car in his garage, put on his jogging clothes, and went for a jog(in spite of having left work feeling sick), leaving all his personal identification in his house, along with his dog, and phone. This is, again, a little incredible to me, for one would think that Dr. Cunningham would want at least some means of self-identification, or a means to summon help if he needed to; so why leave his phone and identification documents at home? Did Dr. Cunningham leave work that day - not because he was feeling sick - but rather, to take a meeting with someone? Was he instructed not to bring any identification or phone?

There's much here that disturbs and very little that consoles, and there's no doubt in my mind that Dr. Cunningham was the victim of foul play. Given his parents' concerns over their last phone conversations with their son, the whole thing suggests that Dr Cunningham may have learned, or suspected, something, but what that may have been, we do not presently know. A clue, however, is perhaps afforded by a glimpse at his brief CDC bio:

Timothy J. Cunningham, ScD

What I find intriguing about the biographical note are the following statements: "Dr. Cunningham trained with CDC as an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer. His research has been oriented towards understanding health differences related to race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, and geography. Dr. Cunningham has also deployed for numerous public health emergencies, including Superstorm Sandy, Ebola, and Zika." (Emphasis added)

In other words, Dr. Cunningham would have been in a unique position to notice emergent health care trends in various demographic groups, including anything suggestive of biological or genetic warfare.

I don't know about you, but I personally think the Cunningham family is entirely correct to be suspicious of the whole thing.

See you on the flip side...

24 thoughts on “BODY OF DR. TIMOTHY CUNNINGHAM FOUND”

  1. they should have got the Russians to build a 1947 style crematorium to dispose of him and then blamed them for the next hundred years.
    maybe he just refused to take the knee at the Bohemian Grove ritual. or partake of the flesh.
    he oughta have left something behind to be revealed in the event of his death, if he was worried.
    if Trump had drained the swamp none of this would have happened at least not this way.

  2. They’re just sending a message that the public’s acumen in their BS isn’t a factor; as public opinion requires public power, which is just as dead as Dr. Cunningham.
    Another “real” human being that wouldn’t become inhuman.

  3. after approx. 60 days in the water, what did they find? skeletonized remains probably. would be no trauma, no trace of poison, no evidence of drowning.
    had to be identified with DNA only. obviously no signs of foul play!

  4. Awhile back I reposted info (on Lyme in response to JPF’s blog about Morgellon’s) researched by Elena Cook regarding the EIS as a research group. The EIS is an
    elite infectious diseases research group founded by Nazi scientists in the OpPaperclip migration into US gov’t sciences following WWII for the purpose
    of waging offensive biowarfare. They were supposedly dismantled decades ago so I’m surprised to see that listed in the obit.

    More from Elena on EIS:
    “Despite the banning of offensive biowar in the 1970’s, the crack troops of the EIS continue to exist, ostensibly for non-offensive research into ’emerging disease’ threats, a blanket phrase covering both bioweapon attacks and natural epidemics at the same time. Graduates of the EIS training program are sent in to occupy strategic positions in the US health infrastructure, taking leadership at federal and state health agencies, in academia, industry and the media. The organisation also extends its influence abroad, training officers for public health agencies in Britain, France, the Netherlands etc. [xi] [xii]

    “In fact a high proportion of Steere camp Lyme experts are involved with the EIS. Given that the EIS is a small, elite force, (in 2001 the CDC revealed there were less than 2500 EIS officers in existence since the unit was first created in 1951 [xiii]), it seems incredible that so many of America’s top Infectious Disease experts would devote their careers to what they themselves claim is a ‘hard-to-catch, easily-cured’ disease. If Lyme really were a trivial “easily cured” disease, it would be bizarre that so high a proportion of the USAs elite Inf Disease experts would want to study it.

    “The Center for Disease Control (CDC) is another federal body which has had a major impact on how Lyme is diagnosed and treated. Its influence extends abroad, with European public health departments drawing up policies based on CDC guidelines. It should be remembered that it is the CDC which trains the Epidemic Intelligence Service, and much of the leadership of CDC has traditionally been drawn from EIS ranks. Therefore it comes as no surprise to learn that David Dennis, the head of vector-borne diseases at CDC, with massive influence over Lyme issues, was involved with the EIS. However, we could legitimately wonder why, at lower levels of the CDC hierarchy, EIS officers – the nation’s heavyweight infectious disease experts – continue to play such a major role in investigating the supposedly ‘hard-to-catch, easily cured’ Lyme. (For example, EIS officers Martin Schriefer and Captain Paul Mead.) [xxvii].[xxviii]

    [vi] Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate https://www.jnlwd.usmc.mil
    [vii] ‘Lab 257’ op cit.
    [xxvii] CDC http://www.cdc.gov/eis/conference/archives/2003ProgramAbstracts.pdf
    [xxviii] NY Academy of Sciences http://www.nyas.org/biodef/speakers.asp
    [viii] ibid.

    Also:
    “The CDC, a so-called public health agency is ultimately subservient to the military apparatus (EIS) that runs it. The core of the EIS are biowar scientists. American (and other) biowarfare labs have a history of shockingly unsafe practices that have endangered us all. The number of EIS officers recruited has risen markedly since the days when it was first formed, and many of the new recruits are no doubt honest researchers wanting to tackle real public health problems at home and abroad. However, the **core** of biological warfare specialists remains. On finishing their EIS training, the officers go out to take up posts in the most influential parts of the medical infrastructure – and that can include private industry without a doubt.”

    1. oh and incidentally, i was able to find yournewswire with the same simple search i did on google by searching on yandex. it just keeps getting better and better.

      hey doc. how bout for convenience sake, you post a list of search engines not yet as cnesored as googel, youtube, twitter, facebook,…..?

      1. interesting. yandex has a long list of websites all over the planet with articles about cdc doc talking about all the deaths of folks shortly after their flu vaccine. before his disappearance? surprised they didn’t have courtney love deliver 5 times the lethal dose of heroin and a shotgun to his home.

        http://australiannationalreview.com/2018/01/17/cdc-doctor-disastrous-flu-shot-is-causing-deadly-flu-outbreak/

        http://www.neonnettle.com/news/3617-cdc-doctor-catastrophic-flu-shot-has-triggered-a-deadly-flu-outbreak-

        and then he went missing 2/12/2018 and snopegogle announce that it was all a lie that yournewswire put out on 2/12.

  5. nagalese among other topics.

    will try to dig around a more difficult to dig through google to find it soon. for now am going by memory.

    this cdc officer was quoted anonymously as wondering if this years’ flu vaccines had not been weaponized given the aberrantly high fatality rate this year. he made the comment and allowed publishing dependent on his anonymity. he also qualified that requirement with the proviso that they publish his name if anything were to happen to him. so they published his name when he dissappeared.

    has anyone else seen this story? erin elizabeth perhaps?

    1. Thanks for the links Zeno. On the one hand, the fact that the “cdc doctor” in the articles is not named, makes them rather ambiguous. On the other, the harmful nature of “flu” vaccines is now an “open secret” as the panicky pushback seems to show.

  6. Yet Another Amazing Coincidence aka (YAAC). Killing of the best and brightest is not a recipe for success. Eventually, what they are willing to kill for will become known. Hold on to your hats.

  7. There were a number of similar cases written about in David Paulides book “A Sobering Coincidence”. There is a number of criteria that fits those scenarios in this case and I cannot dismiss that they were “mimicked”.

  8. Obviously, he was ‘offed’ for some Deep State reason. I wonder how they will twist the evidence into some form of suicide or heart attack….

    Bio : “His research has been oriented towards understanding health differences related to race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, and geography.”

    What if you were doing genetic studies and happened across a ‘marker’ that traced-back to, say, Sumer? And what if you knew, because you were an insider at the CDC, of certain DNA testing of ancient burials in the Mesopotamian area? And what if you happened across the Zecharia Sitchin book, There Were Giants Upon the Earth: Gods, Demigods, and Human Ancestry: The Evidence of Alien DNA (2010) and just inquired about whether that (full or half) Anunnaki female royal – buried in the Royal Tombs of Ur, and now ‘residing’ at a British Museum – had even been DNA tested?

    Zoom! Disappeared…

  9. Are the police playing stupid have they forgotten holding the head of a person in a body of water long enough they will drown. This looks like a hit which asks the question what was Dr. Timothy Cunningham involved in that led to this and let us say this openly he was murdered.

  10. Are the police playing stupid have they forgotten holding the head of a person in a body of water long enough they will drown. This looks like a hit which asks the question what was Dr. Timothy Cunningham involved in that led to this and let us say this openly he was murdered. Just wondering who next on the hit list I don’t think he will be the only accidented.

  11. Speaking of people being found…

    The Transhumanist Tale of People PROMIS, Poppies, and Poison. (ie. My Life Story: A War Against Powers and Principalities)

    https://redd.it/8b1igp

    And everyone thought my life was strange before I mysteriously disappeared. Y’all are going to love this tale.

    Good news is, GuygrrR’s back!

    And QAnon says “hello.”

  12. Two months in the water would go a long way towards eliminating DNA and drug evidence, and the state decay at this point would also make it very difficult to find injection sites, bruising from binding and other similar types of evidence.

    I not the article said he was wearing his “jogging shoes,” but maybe I missed comments on his clothing. I would not leap to conclusions about his clothing based solely on mention of his shoes. I am curious to know what else he was wearing. According to AccuWeather, it was 62/50F that day, so a jog is not out of the question.

  13. Whatever happened to him this case sounds like its bound for one of David Paulides Missing 411 books. A hit fit for the series of missing persons that Mr. Paulides is investigating seems like a curious way to hide a murder…

  14. I would have italicized this sentence: “Dr. Cunningham has also deployed for numerous public health emergencies, including Superstorm Sandy, Ebola, and Zika.”

    So, you’ve a guy who was in the middle of painting lipstick on a Disaster Croyism false-flag weather event, a weaponized virus released into the African wilds from a nearby US bio-weapons lab for fun and profit, and a manufactured cover story for yet another Big Pharma vaccination program which ruins the lives of children.

    Gee, and then he gets both Colby-ed and Foster-ed and drowns in the stream after the search party goes through.

    The man knew way too much.

  15. This gentleman might have been in the know on the topic of engineered epidemics in Africa. Did “they” get worried about his reliability at keeping dirty secrets?
    And hasn’t C.A. Fitts has often pointed out that certain black personalities in the power structure organised / covered for the genocide of black kids much closer to home, in the American inner cities?

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