Humint Events Online: The Mysterious Death of the Baghdad Airport Commander

Saturday, January 08, 2011

The Mysterious Death of the Baghdad Airport Commander

This is a posts that got oddly deleted. I had held onto this post for a long time, because I wanted to more research, but at this point, I'm not really finding much more and I'll just write up what I have.

My original interest was the strange death of the Baghdad airport commander:
"Donald P. Christy, Lt. Col, USAF, passed away April 21, 2008 in Colorado Springs after an extended bout of anxiety and depression."
It's not clear what happened; how he died. There is strangely little about Christy on the net, except the Greg Mitchell article linked above which asks if he committed suicide.

What I do know is that there are plenty of stories about a horrible fight at the airport and about the use of unconventional weapons, such as a neutron bomb, during the fight for the airport in 2003. See also here.

My main thought here was that these two things were connected and that Christy was "suicided" as part of a cover-up of what happened at the airport. While suicides are pretty high for returning soldiers, I have never heard of a senior officer like Christy committing suicide. So there is something odd about this death.

I should point out that I am well aware that Captain Eric May, one of the purveyors of the neutron bomb at the airport stories, while sounding reasonable in the linked pieces here, is a questionable character in my previous dealings with him on a message board, and is a complete "Israel is the root of evil" shill.

Nonetheless, it may well be true about a neutron bomb being used at the Baghdad airport (a small one, perhaps in the underground tunnels that were supposedly used by the Iraqis) and that Lt. Col. Christy's death is connected to it. We certainly know the US regime is capable of it.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well I just looked at this.

And IMO he may have known, and tried to reveal, even deeper secrets as he was at the Air Force Space Command in Colorado when he died or was killed.

And my readers should know what that is all about--as is everything ultimately.

Quarantine escape.

3:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

P.S. I saw a long bio once on May--was clearly pure intel putting out diversions. Interesting that he says he was with Cindy Sheehan at Crawford, TX protesting. Her handler?

3:51 AM  
Anonymous said...

It will not succeed in reality, that's exactly what I think.

3:16 PM  

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