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Anti-war activist, Farrow, Mia's brother,suspicious death quickly ruled suicide


UPDATE: Thursday, June 18, 2009
The death of Patrick Farrow has quickly been ruled a suicide by Vermont's Chief Medical Examiner, Steven Shapiro. AP, & BurlingtonFreePress.com,

Suddenly another anti-Iraq War activist is dead by gunshot, like the late Mark Levy-former Clinton Aide who was helping to draft rebuttal briefs to invoking Martial Law, like the late David Kellerman, CFO of Freddie Mac was was on to the graft, fraud and corruption there and in The Fed, and Kellerman was first said to be a suicide by hanging when the mainslime media conveniently left out the part about ALSO BEING SHOT AND HANGED, NOT JUST HANGED!!!!

Too many government persons opposing The Regime biting the dust, too many government persons with knowledge of The Regime's corruption biting the dust, too many peace activists, anti-Iraq War activists suddenly becoming dead.

I hope someone comes forward and gives more information if there are more and significant circumstances on the so-called suicide of Patrick Farrow.
joe martin, www.informamerica.net

ORIGINAL COMMENT IS HERE
We should now remember and pay some respects to anti-war activist, Patrick Farrow, brother of actress and human rights activist, Mia Farrow, who was found dead in his and his wife's gallery on Monday, June 15th,09 under what is currently being called suspicious circumstances.

"State police spent the day Tuesday investigating the death of Patrick Farrow, but had little to say about how the sculptor and brother of actress Mia Farrow died.
But by the end of the day, the tape and the trooper were gone and investigators were amending initial statements that labeled Farrow’s death as “suspicious.” Rutland Herald

Patrick had been outspoken against the war in Iraq in which his nephew, Army Sgt. Jason Dene, died during his third tour of duty in Iraq.

State police spokeswoman Tara Thomas used even stronger language to characterize the circumstances Tuesday night.

“My understanding is it’s not considered foul play but it’s still considered suspicious until the autopsy is complete,” Thomas said.

Sometimes anti-war people are a bit united in spirit and the loss of one who stood up is felt all around. Thanks for your effort, Patrick Farrow.
Joe Martin

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