The meeting was a response to Gary Webb's book, Dark Alliance. Webb died on December 10, 2004 of an apparent suicide with two gunshots to the head. Shot from different angles, a seemingly impossible conclusion by the Medical Examiner , this oddity was not that unusual according to Ruppert who would claim to be both an expert on Webb and strange suicides.
|Ruppert retired to Santa Rosa to|
await the collapse of the U.S. and world
economies. Santa Rosa is 15 miles
from the Bohemian Grove.
"Ruppert's interview with Allison Hope Weiner begins with his boast that his book, Crossing the Rubicon, has over six hundred pages and a thousand footnotes and is in the Harvard Business School library. Who boasts about having a book at the Harvard Business School while being the only voice on a documentary titled Collapse? What? The students at the Harvard Business School are going to join him in seclusion up there by the Bohemian Grove to pee on the trees while claiming doom and gloom? I don't think so. And if Ruppert has any preconceived notions about Harvard or Yales' receptivity to a higher moral consciousness as contained in a rambling tome with a thousand footnotes and make an ethical shift toward the responsible leadership that America deserves he best read about the work of Dr. Kenneth Goodpastor and Harvard's refusal to fund an ethics program at its business school," said Hoover.