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FBI's Ted Gunderson Zapped
by a Ray Gun? C'mon...

by Captain Eric H. May
Military-Political Editor
The Lone Star Iconoclast
June 5, 2008

Capt. Eric H. May

Lately several well-intentioned netizens have sent me a link from a Ron Paul site asserting that former FBI agent Ted Gunderson was the target of a May 21 assassination attempt -- and that his son was targeted less than a month earlier:
Just who is the source for the two reports? Follow the links at the Ron Paul posting and find it was ... Gunderson himself! What evidence does he offer? Well, a photo of the sunburned torso of a person. The sunburn isn't a really a "sunburn" at all, Gunderson claims. It's really a burn from a government ray gun. He didn't feel it while it was being used, he claims, but he later figured it out for what it was.
Earlier that same May 21, I had published a widely-read story that mentioned Gunderson as an associate of cyber stalker Tim White, who is connected with the Denver FBI:

Cornering Cointelpro -- Tim White and Stephen Webster

There have been many publications of the article on the Internet, but I selected this one because it specifies that it was posted that on the afternoon of May 21. I apologize for several typos which I ironed out with later publishers.
I have spoken with Gunderson in the past, and have had extensive experience with White and other Gunderson associates. The best I can say is that Gunderson should choose his associates better. The appearance of his self-generated article showing him as a heroic victim on the day that he was mentioned in an article about an unheroic victimizer is most suspicious.

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Writer's note: I am still following up on my investigative story about the dangerous terror drills at the BP, Texas City refinery. For my latest installation, refer to The Police News:

Explosive Exposé -- US/BP Terror Drills


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Captain Eric H. May is a former Army military intelligence and public affairs officer, as well as a former NBC editorial writer. His essays have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Houston Chronicle and Military Intelligence Magazine. For his most recent articles and upcoming interviews, refer to his home site at:
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