Although I am skeptical of global conspiracy theories, I respected the late Ted Gunderson, former FBI Special Agent-in-charge of Los Angeles.
On August 1, 2011, the day after he passed away, I wrote the following condolences:
Friend and colleague, Ted Gunderson, has passed away!!
August 1, 2011
by Norio Hayakawa
With much sadness I have to inform everyone that Ted Gunderson, friend and colleague of the Civilian Intelligence Network, has lost his battle with cancer and has passed away on July 31, 2011.
Ted Gunderson was one of the finest, most noble Americans we have ever known.
May his soul rest in peace.
God bless Ted Gunderson for his 30 years of exposing outrageous government crime and corruption.
Those of us who knew Ted sorely miss his big smile, radiant personality and patriotic dedication to truth, justice and preserving the American way of life.
I first met Ted in 1992 in Arcadia, California, in a conference which Gary Schultz and I organized that exposed the dark side of the Wackenhut Corporation.
I also heard him speak at a 1995 Patriot/Militia conference held in Palm Springs, after the Oklahoma City bombing incident.
It was Ted Gunderson who inspired me to get involved with the Patriot/Militia movement in 1995.
Ted Gunderson investigated the 1992 Ruby Ridge incident, the 1993 Waco incident, the 1993 World Trade Center bombing incident, the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing incident and countless number of covered-up incidents, not to mention the 9/11 incident of 2001.
My friend, Anthony J. Hilder, knew Ted Gunderson very well.
He and Ted did lots of conferences together.
Ted Gunderson also spoke at many conferences where I was also a speaker.
Ted Gunderson participated in our 1999 People’s Rally at Area 51 to protest the government’s environmental infractions at the site as well as to support the workers’ rights for health compensation resulting from sickness caused by the use of hazardous, toxic chemicals:
I can state that the Ted Gunderson that I personally knew was one of the kindest, gentlest persons that I have ever come to know.
He was a gentleman and a scholar in the truest sense of the word.
He will always remain our hero.
Here is a classic clip from Ted Gunderson:
Here is another classic clip from Ted Gunderson:
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