Body of John Wheeler III Found In Landfill

By Renee

Jack Wheeler in the early 1980s

This is a very suspicious murder. John Wheeler III was involved with MITRE. He was a menber of Council of Foreign Relations. This story will be another one that will not go away. We will cover it as it unfolds here. The list is growing larger and larger.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitre_Corporation

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Council_on_Foreign_Relations

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187 responses to “Body of John Wheeler III Found In Landfill

    • Klein was born in The Bronx to Jewish, Hungarian people of Hungarian immigrants. He attended the High School of Art and Design and matriculated at, but never graduated from, New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology, receiving an honorary Doctorate in 2003. He did his apprenticeship in 1962 at an oldline cloak-and-suit manufacturer (Dan Millstein), and spent five years designing at other New York shops. He later, in 1968 launched his first company with a childhood friend, Barry K. Schwartz.

      Note name *
      SCHWARTZ

    • A member of The Jockey Club, Barry Schwartz has been an active owner in Thoroughbred horse racing since 1978 and has raced a number of horses. In 2001, the New York Turf Writers’ Association voted him that year’s Alfred G. Vanderbilt Award as The Person Who Did the Most For Racing. He served as Chairman of the New York Racing Association from 2000 to 2004. Since 1979 he has owned Stonwewall Farm, a 750-acre (3.0 km2) horse farm in Granite Springs, New York in the Pocantico Hills, formerly a Rockefeller family estate.

    • Mossadeq was replaced by pro-Western general Fazlollah Zahedi and the Shah, who returned to Iran after having left the country briefly to await the outcome of the coup. The Shah abolished the democratic Constitution and assumed autocratic powers.

      After the coup, Mossadeq’s National Iranian Oil Company became an international consortium, and AIOC resumed operations in Iran as a member of it. The consortium agreed to share profits on a 50–50 basis with Iran, “but not to open its books to Iranian auditors or to allow Iranians onto its board of directors.” AIOC, as a part of the Anglo-American coup d’état deal, was not allowed to monopolise Iranian oil as before. It was limited to a 40% share in a new international consortium. For the rest, 40% went to the five major American companies and 20% went to Royal Dutch Shell and Compagnie Française des Pétroles, now Total S.A..
      The AIOC became the British Petroleum Company in 1954. In 1959, the company expanded beyond the Middle East to Alaska and in 1965 it was the first company to strike oil in the North Sea.In 1978 the company acquired a controlling interest in Standard Oil of Ohio or Sohio, a breakoff of the former Standard Oil that had been broken up after anti-trust litigation.

      It continued to operate in Iran until the Islamic Revolution in 1979. The new regime of Ayatollah Khomeini confiscated all of the company’s assets in Iran without compensation, bringing to an end its 70-year presence in Iran.

      1980s and 1990s
      Classic shield logo, designed by Raymond Loewy and used from 1989 to 2002Sir Peter Walters was the company chairman from 1981 to 1990. This was the era of the Thatcher government’s privatisation strategy. The British government sold its entire holding in the company in several tranches between 1979 and 1987.The sale process was marked by an attempt by the Kuwait Investment Authority, the investment arm of the Kuwait government, to acquire control of the company. This was ultimately blocked by the strong opposition of the British government. In 1987, British Petroleum negotiated the acquisition of Britoil and the remaining publicly traded shares of Standard Oil of Ohio.

      Walters was replaced by Robert Horton in 1989. Horton carried out a major corporate down-sizing exercise removing various tiers of management at the Head Office.

      Standard Oil of California and Gulf Oil merged in 1984, the largest merger in history at that time. Under the antitrust regulation, SoCal divested many of Gulf’s operating subsidiaries, and sold some Gulf stations and a refinery in the eastern United States.

      John Browne, who had been on the board as managing director since 1991, was appointed group chief executive in 1995. Browne was responsible for three major acquisitions; Amoco, ARCO and Burmah-Castrol (see below).

      21st centuryBritish Petroleum merged with Amoco (formerly Standard Oil of Indiana) in December 1998, becoming BP Amoco plc. In 2000, BP Amoco acquired Arco (Atlantic Richfield Co.) and Burmah Castrol plc. As part of the merger’s brand awareness, the company helped the Tate Modern British Art launch RePresenting Britain 1500–2000 In 2001, the company formally renamed itself as BP plc and adopted the tagline “Beyond Petroleum,” which remains in use today. It states that BP was never meant to be an abbreviation of its tagline. Most Amoco stations in the United States were converted to BP’s brand and corporate identity. In many states BP continued to sell Amoco branded petrol even in service stations with the BP identity as Amoco was rated the best petroleum brand by consumers for 16 consecutive years and also enjoyed one of the three highest brand loyalty reputations for petrol in the US, comparable only to Chevron and Shell. In May 2008, when the Amoco name was mostly phased out in favour of “BP Gasoline with Invigorate”, promoting BP’s new additive, the highest grade of BP petrol available in the United States was still called Amoco Ultimate.

      Chief scientist, Steven Koonin (top right, with laptop), speaks about the energy scene in the boardroom in 2005.In April 2004, BP decided to move most of its petrochemical businesses into a separate entity called Innovene within the BP Group. BP sought to sell the new company possibly via an initial public offering (IPO) in the US, and filed IPO plans for Innovene with the New York Stock Exchange on 12 September 2005. On 7 October 2005 BP announced that it had agreed to sell Innovene to INEOS, a privately held UK chemical company for $9 billion, thereby scrapping its plans for the IPO.

      In 2005, BP announced that it would be leaving the Colorado market.Many locations were re-branded as Conoco.

          • In 1949 the Company introduced its “Mr Cube” brand, as part of a marketing campaign to help it fight a proposed nationalization by the Labour government.[5] In 1976 the Company acquired a 33% stake (increased to 63% in 1988) in Amylum, a European starch-based manufacturing business.[5]

            In 1988 it acquired a 90% stake in A. E. Staley, a US corn processing business and in 1998 it brought Haarmann & Reimer, a citric acid producer; in 2000 it acquired the remaining minorities of Amylum and A. E. Staley.[5]

            In 2004 it established a joint venture with DuPont to manufacture a renewable 1,3-Propanediol that can be used to make Sorona (a substitute for nylon) is its first major foray into bio-materials.[5]

            In 2005, DuPont Tate & Lyle BioProducts was created as a joint venture between DuPont and Tate & Lyle.[6]

            In 2006 it acquired Hycail, a small Dutch business, giving the Company intellectual property and a pilot plant to manufacture Polylactic acid (PLA), another bio-plastic.[7] Tate &Lyle has discontinued their PLA activities and closed the Hycail plant in 2008.

            In October 2007 five European starch and alcohol plants, previous part of the European starch division knowns as Amylum group, were sold to Syral, a subsidiary of French sugar company Tereos.[8] Syral has since closed the Greenwich plant, which is currently being demolished.

            In February 2008, it was announced that Tate & Lyle granulated white cane sugar would be accredited as a Fairtrade product, with all the company’s other retail products to follow in 2009.[9]

            In April 2009 the International Trade Commission affirmed a ruling that Chinese manufacturers can make copycat versions of its Splenda product.[10]

            Javed Ahmed became CEO on 1 October 2009, replacing Iain Ferguson.

          • A. E. Staley was a Decatur, Illinois based processor of corn. It produced a range of starch products for the food, paper and other industries, high fructose corn syrup, crystalline fructose (under the brand name Krystar), ethanol (fuel) and other agro-industrial products. A. E. Staley Manufacturing Company was the center of a controversy in 1992 when the company locked out hundreds of workers after the workers had rejected a contract amid accusations by management of destruction and tampering of company property and equipment.

            [edit] BiographyAugustus Eugene Staley (born 25 February 1867 – 26 December 1940)[1] founded a sales company for food starch in Baltimore in 1898. On 6 November 1906[2], he bought a factory in Decatur, Illinois in order to start the production of food starch. The factory began processing on 12 March 1912[3].

            The company has produced many famous household brands including Staley Pancake and Waffle Syrup, Sta-Puf fabric softener, and Sta-Flo liquid starch. The two latter brands were subsequently sold to Dial.

            A. E. Staley Manufacturing was one of the largest processors of corn in the United States, second only to the Archer Daniels Midland Corporation, also based in Decatur, Illinois. It also processed soybeans under a partnership agreement with Archer Daniels Midland at its Decatur, Illinois plant.

            In 1985, A.E. Staley purchased CFS Continental a wholesale grocery company for $360 million. A.E. Staley stated a need to diversify away from bulk food processing. After the acquisition, A.E. Staley changed its name to Staley Continental.[4]

            In 1988, British company Tate & Lyle acquired 90% of A. E. Staley for $1.42 billion. Prior to the purchase, Tate & Lyle announced that it planned to sell CFS Continental to SYSCO another wholesale grocer for $700 million to help fund the acquisition.[5] In 2000, Tate & Lyle acquired the remaining 10% of A.E. Staley.

            Staley founded a football league in 1920. The members of his team, the Decatur Staleys, worked as semi-professionals in his factory. Later the team was renamed Chicago Bears. The team’s mascot since 2003 is ‘Staley Da Bear.

  1. Delaware crime: In Wheeler’s final days, details of a …
    Jan 3, 2011 … Delaware has not adequately monitored the outside agencies that …. John Wheeler (left) and Terry Anderson visit a Vietnamese school they …. near the DuPont, Nemours and Community Service buildings, Farrall said. …

    http://www.delawareonline.com/article/20110105/NEWS01/101050356/Delawa

  2. Chemical Weapons Expert John P. Wheeler III Death Related to …
    Chemical Weapons Expert John P. Wheeler III Death Related to DuPont. Published on January 27th, 2011. “To the direct reason for Wheeler’s murder, …

    http://www.libertybroadcastingnetwork.com/international-news/chemical-weapo

  3. John Wheeler case: Cab driver comes forward, claims contacted …
    John was going to the DuPont Hotel so I would guess he stayed in DC on the … We do know he went to the 10th Floor of Nemours to see “his” …

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-bloggers/2661904/posts

  4. Back to Augustus Staley above again and starch. Lets look at something more.
    From above again;
    BiographyAugustus Eugene Staley (born 25 February 1867 – 26 December 1940)[1] founded a sales company for food starch in Baltimore in 1898. On 6 November 1906[2], he bought a factory in Decatur, Illinois in order to start the production of food starch. The factory began processing on 12 March 1912[3].

    The company has produced many famous household brands including Staley Pancake and Waffle Syrup, Sta-Puf fabric softener, and Sta-Flo liquid starch. The two latter brands were subsequently sold to Dial.

    A. E. Staley Manufacturing was one of the largest processors of corn in the United States, second only to the Archer Daniels Midland Corporation, also based in Decatur, Illinois. It also processed soybeans under a partnership agreement with Archer Daniels Midland at its Decatur, Illinois plant.

  5. Starch…..Dry cleaners and laundry…hummm…
    Manson’s mom. Married a guy that worked at a laundry-dry cleaners when pregnant. She filed a bastardy lawsuit against a Mr Scott. From a connection on the other post-Wilson.Phillips. Cass Elliott. Beach Boys. Tate. Roman Polonski. Sam Phillips. Johnny Cash. Roy Orbison…etc…
    We also need to look at Mr. John Dupont.

    • wiki link not working;
      William duPont, Jr. (February 11, 1896 – December 31, 1965) was an American businessman and banker and a prominent figure in the sport of thoroughbred horse racing. A member of the Delaware Du Pont family, he was the son of William du Pont and Annie Rogers (Zinn), and brother to horsewoman, Marion.

      In 1919, he married Jean Liseter Austin with whom he had four children. They divorced in February 1941 [1] and he remarried in 1947 to tennis champion, Margaret Osborne. Before they divorced in 1964, they had a son, William du Pont III, born July 22, 1952, who owned Pillar Stud in Lexington, Kentucky.

      In 1928 William duPont, Jr.’s older sister, Marion, inherited Montpelier from their father. The estate, located four miles (6 km) south of Orange, Virginia, had been the home of James Madison, fourth President of the United States. In 1934, William and Marion established the Montpelier Races which are run each fall on the grounds at Montpelier. On William’s death in 1965, his five children inherited the estate and following Marion’s death in 1983 they sold it to the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the final 2 selling after protracted legal battles. Marion’s will left it to the National Trust outright, but because she died childless, it was in fact left to William’s children.[2]

      [edit] Foxcatcher FarmWilliam duPont, Jr. established a large Thoroughbed racing stable in the 1920s that he raced under the nom de course, Foxcatcher Farm. In 1927 William duPont imported Satrap from England and brought the son of The Tetrarch to stand at his new Walnut Hall Farm near Boyce, Virginia.[3] In 1936, duPont was part of the syndicate that bought and imported the Aga Khan’s Epsom Derby winner, Blenheim II.

      The racing operation was managed for several years by U.S. Racing Hall of Fame trainer, Preston Burch. In the mid 1930s, Richard Handlen took over as the stable’s trainer and would manage it into the 1960s. During this time, duPont won the 1938 Preakness Stakes with Dauber,[4] and owned other horses that won six American championships:

      Fair Star – 1926 American Champion Two-Year-Old Filly
      Fairy Chant – 1940 American Champion Three-Year-Old Filly and 1941 American Champion Older Female Horse
      Parlo – 1954 American Champion Three-Year-Old Filly and the 1954 and 1955 American Champion Older Female Horse.
      Berlo – 1960 American Champion Three-Year-Old Filly.
      William duPont’s interests in racing extended to the actual designing of racecourses. In all, he created twenty-three racecourses, including Fair Hill, a steeplechase course at Fair Hill in Cecil County, Maryland, and Delaware Park Racetrack for flat racing which opened on June 26, 1937 and in which he was the major shareholder.[5]

      William duPont, Jr. died at the Wilmington Medical Center at age sixty-nine on December 31, 1965

      • From wiki above(link not working);
        Born February 11, 1896
        Lonely Park, Surrey, England
        Died December 31, 1965(1965-12-31) (aged 69)
        Wilmington, Delaware,
        United States
        Residence Bellevue Hall, Bellevue, Delaware
        Occupation Businessman, Banker, Racetrack owner, Racehorse owner/breeder, Racecourse designer
        Board member of Delaware Trust Company
        Religion Episcopalian
        Spouse 1) Jean Liseter Austin
        2) Margaret Osborne
        Children Children with Jean:
        1) John Eleuthère, 2) Evelyn, 3) Jean Ellen, 4) William Henry

        Child with Margaret:
        5) William III
        Parents William du Pont & Annie Rogers
        Relatives Sister: Marion

          • French American

            Current region Delaware and New York, United States

            Information
            Place of origin France
            Notable members Eleuthère Irénée Du Pont De Nemours, Samuel Francis Du Pont
            Connected families Roosevelt family, Vanderbilt family
            Name origin and meaning “Of the bridge”

        • For Your Dining Pleasure | We the People of the United States#comment-54184#comment-54184 Renee | April 23, 2011 at 1:51 pm | Reply
          Body of John Wheeler III Found In Landfill | We the People of the United States Renee | April 23, 2011 at 1:15 pm | Reply
          From wiki above(link not working);
          Born February 11, 1896
          Lonely Park, Surrey, England
          Died December 31, 1965(1965-12-31) (aged 69)
          Wilmington, Delaware,
          United States
          Residence Bellevue Hall, Bellevue, Delaware
          Occupation Businessman, Banker, Racetrack owner, Racehorse owner/breeder, Racecourse designer
          Board member of Delaware Trust Company
          Religion Episcopalian
          Spouse 1) Jean Liseter Austin
          2) Margaret Osborne
          Children Children with Jean:
          1) John Eleuthère, 2) Evelyn, 3) Jean Ellen, 4) William Henry

          Child with Margaret:
          5) William III
          Parents William du Pont & Annie Rogers
          Relatives Sister: Marion

          NOTE*Annie ROGERS*

    • Whistleblowers 266

      • As Leza posted above. The names;
        The investigation, if it can properly be so called, of the unsolved murder of the former high ranking Pentagon official and presidential advisor John P. Wheeler III, who was also an expert on chemical and biological weapons, may be taking a turn in the direction of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

        Wheeler, 67, a West Point grad, was beaten and thrown into a garbage dumpster. His body was discovered in a Wilmington, Del. landfill last New Year’s weekend. Both police detectives and news commentators described it as “an apparent hit,” but little else was ever learned, and no suspects have surfaced.

        There was great speculation by many at the time that Wheeler had begun to blow the whistle on the mysterious bird and fish deaths in Arkansas and Texas, and was about to expose the facts tying this to the chemtrails seen in our skies over the past decade.

        Now the speculation may be reverting to British Petroleum and the gulf spill because a number of other BP whistle blowing scientists, before and since the Wheeler murder, have also died mysteriously, been jailed on questionable charges or disappeared without a trace.

        Matthew Simmons, 67, a former energy advisor to President George W. Bush and admired among survivalist groups for his dire warnings on the upcoming commodity and fuel shortages about to hit this nation, died in his hot tub in Maine last August. Simmons had been gaining popularity as a whistle blower for blaming BP for its covered-up responsibility in defacing and vandalizing the Gulf of Mexico while hiding the truth from the general public.

        Only four days later, Ted Stevens, the 87-year-old defrocked senator from Alaska, said to have received communications regarding BP’s faulty blowout preventer, perished in a plane crash. British Petroleum had donated $1 million to the University of Alaska to catalog the papers from Stevens’s long political career.

        Roger Grooters began a cross country bike ride in Oceanside, Calif. on Sept. 10 to draw attention to the Gulf Coast oil disaster. On Oct. 6, in front of the horrified eyes of his wife, who was trailing in a support vehicle, Grooters was struck by a truck and killed instantly in Panama City, Fla.

        Only a month later, Dr. Geoffrey Gardner of Lakeland, Fla. disappeared. He was investigating the unexplained bird deaths near Sarasota that are suspected to have been caused by the BP oil disaster. No one has heard from or spoken with him since.

        On Nov. 15, Chitra Chaunhan was found dead of cyanide poisoning in a Temple Terrace, Fla. hotel. It was officially ruled a suicide. She worked in the Center for Biological Defense and Global Health Infectious Disease Research and left behind a husband and five-year-old child.

        The following week, James Patrick Black, director of operations for BP’s restoration organization for the oil spill, died near Destin, Fla. in a small plane crash.

        Dr. Thomas B. Manton was one of the first to warn the public that far more oil than what BP had reported was gushing into the gulf every day and that the massive, toxic oil and chemical plumes would travel up the eastern seaboard, contaminating beaches and wildlife all the way.

        “Once the winds change, it will come eastward and pollute the beaches of the west coast of Florida, and the ‘loop current’ could carry this oil spill right around Florida, through the Florida Keys and pollute the east coast of Florida as well,” Manton wrote on May 28, 2010.

        Dr. Tom Termotto, national coordinator of the Gulf Oil Spill Remediation Conference, says Manton was murdered in prison. Manton had been sentenced to 15 years last August on a phony child pornography charge. Termotto and others say evidence was planted on his computer.

    • Born November 18, 1923(1923-11-18)Indianapolis, Indiana
      Died August 9, 2010(2010-08-09) (aged 86)near Aleknagik, Alaska
      Resting place Arlington National Cemetery Arlington, Virginia

      Political party Republican
      Spouse(s)
      1. Ann Cherrington, predeceased him
      2. Catherine Ann Chandler

      Children
      Ben Stevens
      Susan Stevens
      Beth Stevens
      Walter Stevens
      Ted Stevens, Jr.
      Lily Stevens
      Residence Girdwood, Alaska
      Alma mater UCLA (B.A.)
      Harvard Law School (LL.B.)
      Occupation Attorney
      Religion Episcopalianism

      NOTE* Catherine Ann Chandler

  6. Again from previous page;
    Bergdorf is a subsidiary of Neiman Marcus, which is owned by the private equity firms TPG Capital and Warburg Pincus.

    Renee | April 22, 2011 at 1:05 pm | Reply
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neiman_Marcus

    Renee | April 22, 2011 at 1:06 pm | Reply
    Neiman Marcus, formerly Neiman-Marcus, is a luxury specialty retail department store operated by the Neiman Marcus Group in the United States. The company is headquartered in the One Marcus Square building in Downtown Dallas, Texas,[1] and competes with other department stores such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Barneys New York, Nordstrom, and Bloomingdale’s. The Neiman Marcus Group also owns Bergdorf Goodman specialty retail department stores on Fifth Avenue in New York City and a direct marketing division, Neiman Marcus Direct, which operates catalogue and online operations under the Horchow, Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman names.

      • Since the 1980s, Bin Sulayem has been one of the most prominent businessmen in Dubai, with a string of government-linked ventures. In addition to chairing Dubai World he helped found Nakheel, one of the UAE’s largest property developers and Istithmar, a major investment holding company in Dubai. Both companies are Dubai World subsidiaries.

        He also served on the board of the Investment Corporation of Dubai, the emirate’s Sovereign Wealth Fund, until November, 2009, when Bin Sulayem was removed from that post in the wake of the debt crisis that struck Dubai that year.[4] In late 2009 and early 2010, Dubai was struggling to pay $80 billion in debt, most of it linked to Dubai World and its subsidiaries.

        The Wall Street Journal’s influential Heard on the Street column said in October 2009 that Dubai World “has just been radically restructured after running up almost $60 billion of liabilities on ill-judged acquisitions like struggling Madison Avenue retailer Barneys and the Queen Elizabeth II liner, which has since largely languished in a Dubai dry dock” and that “surprisingly, senior management remains in place, including Sultan bin Sulayem, the chairman who masterminded the expansion.””[1] Sulayem was finally removed from his post in December, 2010 and was replaced by Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, a member of the royal family.

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