Sunday, February 16, 2014

What Happened to Splitting the Sky? Murder, Cover Up of an Activist and Legend

Staff Writer, DL Mullan
Terrorism / Government

Can someone tell the truth too much? What happens when you connect the dots in a criminal conspiracy for profit and control? And, tells everyone about his research? Meet Splitting the Sky.

Dacajeweiah "Splitting the Sky" aka John Boncore and John Hill is a member of the Mohawk Nation. In his own words, Splitting the Sky wrote: 
Dacajeweiah "Splitting the Sky" aka John Boncore and John Hill, a Mohawk, a principal leader of the Attica rebellion, a leader within the American Indian Movement with the League of Indigenous Sovereign Nations, in particular at Gustafen Lake BC, and a 9/11 Truth researcher, advocate and speaker. Also a part time film and screen actor, as well as a carpenter.
Splitting the Sky was born January 7th, 1952 and died under mysterious circumstances March 13th, 2013. Nearly a year after his death, many questions remain.

One of his friends who has since taken over his blog had this to say about the investigation into Splitting the Sky's death:
I want to emphasize something which I touched on in the previous post, that the BC Government and the RCMP should be considered as being in a "conflict of interest" with regard to their "investigation" into the death of the high-profile, life-long activist Splitting the Sky. The Government of BC and their friends want to put an oil pipeline through B.C., across First Nations territories, and he opposed that. As to the RCMP, they may hold a grudge as he exposed their corruption and dirty tricks in the wake of the Gustafsen Lake Stand-Off in 1995, and law enforcement officials generally, both in Canada and the USA may still consider him a "cop killer" dating back to the "Attica Rebellion" in 1971 (although he was exonerated), and also for later exposing the brutal murders committed by NY State troops when they violently put down the rebellion, for which no one was ever held accountable.
Splitting the Sky often took on new controversies with the same heart and soul he had during his earlier turmoils. He discovered how powerful words could be. He found his voice and called out for justice.
Life-long activist, Splitting the Sky appeared at St. Ann's Academy on November 29, 2008. In this impassioned and authoritative speech he meticulously follows the bloody and labyrinthine trail of corruption and money, which leads him to conclude that a cast of top-level financiers and international secret service agencies were behind the events of 9/11...

...After a childhood in foster homes and juvenile jails, Splitting-the-Sky became a teenage organizer in Attica prison -- and the only person convicted for the 1971 Attica revolt. After barely escaping the electric chair (the attempt to scapegoat him foundered on the obvious fact the most and worst atrocities were committed by the authorities, not the prisoners) Splitting-the-Sky went on to become one of the greatest Native American activists of his generation.

During his stay at the Marriot Hotel one block from the World Trade Center in September, 2001, Splitting-the-Sky had an intuition that he had better cut short his vacation and leave -- so he checked out and left New York one day before the attack. Later, he grew suspicious and began the research that convinced him 9/11 was an inside job. By the time I met him in 2007, he had become an expert on the "money trail" linking the New World Order banksters to 9/11.
9/11 was Splitting the Sky's crowning achievement. He researched through countless websites and articles as he followed the money. In his heart, he knew what happened on the day that changed America forever. What he found, he shared with anyone who would listen.

Isn't it time you listened? You will not be disappointed.

He is poignant. He is factual. He is passionate. Moreover, Splitting the Sky is right.

If you want more information, please visit his website. Read and watch what he had to say.

Time may have been short for him. Is it too late for us? Maybe not, if we dare to listen, learn, question, and demand justice for the victims of 9/11.

In the process, we might just save ourselves.

Source: Splitting the Sky Splitting the Sky Youtube Speech 1, Mohawk Nation News, War on Terror: We're Invading Saudi Arabia... Right?, Before It Is News, Daily Paul, Moorbey'z,