Death Threats Made to Bobby Kennedy by Eli Lilly Revealed to New Zealander – Juliet Bonnay 9/6/23


The only thing in the world that can bring the country back to sanity is bringing out the truth – the whole Truth and nothing but the truth for the entire people of the country to see and to know that there is nothing, nothing at all left hanging over their heads. ~ Det Sgt Gary Wean on the unsolved Kennedy assassinations.

Ramsey Clark’s death on April 9, 2021 caused me to reflect upon a radio interview that mentioned the former U.S. Attorney General (March 10, 1967 to Jan. 20, 1969) in association with a death threat a few months before Bobby Kennedy was gunned down in June 1968. Clark was told to get Bobby to back off re-opening the investigation into JFK’s assassination. Or else…

I learned of this secret threat from a very unexpected source. Some years ago I clicked into a 2006 radio interview that contained information about the Lockerbie crash I was researching, curious about what a New Zealander would know about it. The interviewer, Dave Starbuck, introduced Dean Warwick as a whistle blower, a former intelligence insider who had “no qualms about going public,” and that he “has a very interesting story to tell.” Make that ‘a number of stories’.

One of Warwick’s many shocking and hard-to-believe stories revealed his personal experience of events surrounding Bobby Kennedy’s murder. Warwick was stationed in Los Angeles and working with a foreign government, for which the State Department and the FBI had interviewed him earlier that year. The following is a transcript from his interview with Starbuck about what happened that night and the following day.

21:45 Here’s what happened with Bobby Kennedy. So, my instructions were that night that I was to be in Coconut Grove, mingle with the crowd, and always it was if anything happens at all, create confusion, and out of that just do something. So, I’ve got a friend of mine, Ralph, who’s in the front seat of the car who had been a speaker at Bobby’s junior campaign. We get to the Bank of America Building on Wilshire Boulevard, which is about one or two stops from the entrance to the hotel [Ambassador Hotel], and I hear four shots over the radio, and I thought, “My God…something’s happened. I stop the car, and then immediately I duck in the driveway. And that saved me again, because I would learn later that just after we’d entered the entrance to the driveway, the tall lanky guy and the girl in the polka dot skirt had come running down the path and shouting, “We’ve done it, we’ve done it. We’ve killed Bobby Kennedy.” And of course, had I seen that, witnessed that, I’d have probably followed them and I would have been a number just like they turned out to be. They turned up a couple of weeks later with their throats cut.

23:02  Anyway, I get into the entrance to the hotel, and I get into the ballroom, and I’m wandering, and I’m hearing in my head the voices, “Those three men…those three men.” So I go to the phone, I rang my boss, and he says, “Right you’ve got the British Consulate General and his family, they’re at such and such, pick them up, secure them, and we’ll be in touch. I do that and I drop them back at their house and then park the car… [After about an hour] the butler comes to the door and he waves me in. It’s my boss. He says, “Right, you gotta swap over, you go home, you’ve got the Attorney General’s Office, you do whatever he wants. You stick with him.”…

24:20 – The phone rings at about ten to one. The voice at the other end says, “The Attorney General’s Office. Now, we’ve got a problem here. We can’t use any regulars for this, we got to use a freelance. We’ve heard of you Dean, we know what you’re capable of. Are you prepared to do this for us? I said, “Of course.” He says, “Right, … at eleven o’clock… district attorney [meant to say, ‘Attorney General’]. Pick him up. Secure him. Stay with him. Whatever he wants, could you maintain him? Don’t use any main roads, any cops, lose them. You know how to do it…

24:60 – So I get this man from, again, in fact from the same side of the airport where I’d taken the other Iranian official that’d nearly been picked up in that event in Disneyland and we drive in silence…

25:20 – About ten minutes from where I am going to secure him, and he breaks his silence and he says, “We’ve got a problem.” He said he’d been under threat for three months with Eli Lilly, the drug baron. He said that if Bobby didn’t shut up… and pull back from re-opening his brother’s assassination, he’d do him the same as he’d done Jack.”

So it was Eli Lilly who did the president… I came out with the remark, “How the hell are you going to make that public? I said there’d be the third world war out there. The people… they’re absolutely crazy, they’re mad. They were mad before this happened… As to the event with Jack and they were demanding Bobby do this, Bobby do… They find out that it was…what, one of the country’s leading businessmen?”

He said, “That’s the trouble, Dean. There’s going to have to be a scapegoat.”

I drive for a few seconds and then I said, “Well, I guess he thinks he did it, you’re just going to have to let him believe it.”

26:30 – Sirhan Sirhan… the only bullet from Sirhan’s gun to hit Bobby Kennedy, hit him in the front of the left shoulder. They got three other bullets from three other guns and that’s significant, if anybody knows how it works: one in the back of Bobby’s head, one in the back of his neck, one in the back of the shoulder blades, and that was confirmed to me a matter of months later by another attorney who had been given a role within the defense side of things in the United California Bank on the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Santa Monica, who told me again, that they had this number of bullets from the back of Bobby. So anyway, this … investigating attorney, he says to me, “You want to know what it’s about, Dean? Read the closing presidential address of Eisenhower.”

You may now be asking, “Why would the head of a pharmaceutical company want to kill President Kennedy, and after the fact then threaten Bobby Kennedy’s life if he opened an investigation into his brother’s death should he become president? What possible gripe could Eli Lilly have with JFK that would eventually lead to his assassination?” I will get to that, but first the serious implications that Warwick revealed during his interview with Starbuck may have caused those who deliver ‘justice’ from behind the scenes to spring into damage control mode, for Dean Warwick paid for his outspokenness with his life a few weeks later in a most dramatic way, and the lid was slammed shut on this secret.

On 7 October 2006, Warwick was on stage in front of a packed auditorium at the Probe International Conference in Blackpool, intending to elaborate upon what he divulged in his interview with Dave Starbuck. According to Starbuck, he was just “starting to hit his stride,” about to reveal who was behind Bobby Kennedy’s murder, the name of the ‘Anti-Christ’, what was happening to the missing children, and much more besides when Warwick said, “Bear with me for a moment.”

Supporting himself momentarily with his left elbow on a nearby table and his right arm across his body, he keeled over flat on his face. According to some witnesses he was dead before he hit the floor.

Warwick was 62 and in good health. But he made a chilling remark to someone just before his talk, “I think I’m going to be bumped off.” He said he felt a “beam” or “burning” at the side of his head.

According to James Casbolt, who had previously worked with Warwick, he had only revealed a fraction of what he knew in the Starbuck interview, and he had gone to the conference hoping to talk him into fully blowing the whistle. Casbolt wrote of Warwick’s death:

When Dean collapsed on the floor a woman witnessed a man with dark hair slip out of the hall. She followed this man who then proceeded to walk down the stairs whistling merrily to himself, get into a car and make a phone call. He was then seen laughing down the phone to whoever he was speaking to. Who walks out of a hall whistling happily to themselves and then starts laughing down the phone after a man has just collapsed and stopped breathing on stage?

All of these events point to the fact that this was an Intelligence agency ‘hit’ using an E.L.F (extremely low frequency) weapon. These E.L.F weapons can be set on a ‘Delta wave‘ and are able to shut a person’s nervous system down.

Much of this technology has been perfected on the 4th level of the CIA underground Dulce facility in the New Mexico desert. The fourth level of this underground base deals with technological aspects of Human aura research, dream manipulation, hypnosis, telepathy and advanced mind control. The E.L.F weapons ‘suck’ the life out the victim’s body and Dean literally ‘fell asleep’ on his feet.

I was in tears and I walked past my friend Ellis who stared me right in the eyes with a look that said, “We both know exactly what happened then.” Dean Warwick was a very brave man who died fighting for our freedom.

This leads to important questions: What secrets did Eli Lilly harbor that would motivate him to kill a sitting president and, by uncovering those secrets, where would it lead?

The first secret was the polio vaccination scandal covered up by the Eisenhower Administration. It was such a high-level secret that it was given the label of ‘National Security’. John Kennedy inherited that secret as president, along with the CIA’s already planned attack on Cuba.

I discovered this at the beginning of the Covid saga when many people raised questions about the safety of vaccines hurriedly developed to fight Covid-19. The few discussions I had with random people about this usually ended when they pointed out the thousands of lives the Salk polio vaccine saved. And then…I stumbled upon the “Cutter incident” – a huge scandal over the Salk polio vaccine that forced the Eisenhower Government into urgent damage control mode, of which most people are unaware.

In 1952,  a record 57,000 children were affected by polio in the US – almost doubling the number from previous years. This created a sense of urgency to make a vaccine to combat it. In 1954, when Jonas Salk’s vaccine (based on live polio virus killed by formaldehyde) was proven to be ‘safe and effective’, tremendous media coverage created a large political impact, and government agencies commissioned five companies to produce it – including Eli Lilly, who was first to mass produce Salk’s vaccine and produced 60 percent of it in 1955.

However a serious problem occurred when the production requirements for these laboratories were less stringent than those established by Salk and the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis.

In late 1954 before the mass vaccination program began in April 1955, Dr. Bernice Eddy, a veteran scientist working at the NIH in Bethesda, was asked to help examine samples submitted by the companies making the polio vaccine. Dr. Eddy discovered that three of six samples submitted by Cutter Laboratories contained live, infectious virus. When warnings of her findings (along with photos of her paralyzed monkeys) were ignored or drowned out by the triumphant hysteria of the moment that a polio vaccine worked, she expressed her fear to a friend that there will be a disaster.

In 1955 40,000 children in California and Idaho became ill after having receiving the vaccine, 169 became permanently paralyzed, and 10 children died. After the fact it was discovered that some vaccination lots from Cutter Laboratories contained live polio virus.

On April 27, 1955 on government orders, the remaining Cutter vaccines of the initial 120,000 doses were withdrawn. Within the Eisenhower government’s damage control many heads rolled, but the story did not end there. Worse was to come besides the numerous lawsuits filed against Cutter Laboratories and three other companies that had difficulty completely inactivating the polio virus.

Albert Sabin appeared to save the situation by developing a supposedly safer vaccine using an attenuated or weakened live virus, which came into commercial use in 1961. However, in 1957 Bernice Eddy and her friend Dr Sarah Stewart discovered that the polyoma virus produced several types of cancer in her hamsters and mice, proving that some cancers are caused by viruses.

In the Yale laboratory it was discovered that this polyoma virus acted like Simian Virus #40 (SV-40), a monkey virus that caused cancer.

Eddy knew that the polio virus was grown on monkey kidneys and when removed it also contained unknown monkey viruses. While not a danger to their host, these viruses could be dangerous to other species. Alarmed by this she secretly began her own research and learned that the simian virus (SV-40) could cross the species barrier. Eddy knew that a medical catastrophe of unprecedented proportions could await the generation inoculated by the polio vaccines: an epidemic of soft-tissue cancers – lung, breast, prostate, lymphoma, and melanoma of the skin.

The NIH bosses were furious with Bernice Eddy for revealing her findings at a talk she gave to the New York Cancer Society in the lead up to the 1960 presidential election, and crushed her professionally. The government, anxious not to destroy public confidence and trust in vaccines, kept this information secret to “avoid public hysteria.”

Ed Haslam in his book, Dr Mary’s Monkey, first published in 2007, looked into the cancer statistics published by the National Cancer Institute in 1989, which made two things clear:

  1. We were losing the war on cancer, and
  2. We were in the midst of an ongoing cancer epidemic

Haslam wrote:

“Nixon had been given the task of rebuilding NIH in 1955, after the disastrous introduction of Salk’s polio vaccine had killed dozens of children, and given others polio. He had signed off on Sabin’s new polio vaccine. In fact, in terms of domestic casualties, he was holding the bag for the biggest problem in the nation. It threatened to destroy the careers and reputations of everyone involved. The legal liabilities were astronomical. The political consequences were incalculable. It would have been the most political sensitive secret in America… Disclosure was unacceptable.”

Disclosure would have ended Nixon’s political career – something he had to avoid at all cost while running for president against JFK. The problem then became so secret it was classified “national security.”…

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