Former Canadian Security Director Jack Hooper Drops Dead At Age 57
Murder Is Suspected
Hooper was a key intelligence advisor to the Canadian government during the period when insiders at Canada's intellligence service were desperaetely covering up the Water War Crimes. Hooper joined CSIS in 1984 just at the time when the Water War Crimes were set in motion by insiders linked to Canada's federal government and their agents in British Columbia.
Mr. Hooper's sudden death confirms suspicions that a serial killer is stalking key civil servants linked to the Water War Crimes and brings the death toll to 17 dead insiders - many by sudden heart attack.
As Madam Justice Gauthier was told in April 2010, more people would die if the Water War Crimes lawsuit were not settled and Mr. Hooper's death marks, at least, the sixth sudden death of an Ottawa insider since that prediction was made.
Hooper was a key player in the case of Maher Arar where Canada's government used Maher Arar to placate American suspicions that Canada's government was a two faced, disloyal ally that secretly supported the terrorosts as a useful diversion from the Water War Crimes that had become a major bi-lateral issue between Canada and the United States prior to the attack on New York City on September 11, 2001. Some serious investigators suggest Canadian insiders were part of the 9-11 conspiracy which destroyed some critical evidence linking Canadian financial interests to the looting of $80 billion from the oil for food program that the United Nations operated in Iraq.
As assistant director for CSIS, Hooper would have been aware of the legal and judicial mafia operating in Canada including the out of control pedofile judges that are referred to elsewhere on this web site.
Hooper knew a lot of secrets and now he is no longer around to tell those secrets to the great relief of others involved in the Water War Crimes.