Kearn A. Cottingham was found dead of "natural causes",
Haven't heard of this one before. Got details?
posted on 06/15/2003 7:55:37 AM PDT
(Yes, I will call it bold talk for a......)
Cottingham was an engineer at Loral. He was to appear before a committee investigating the transfer of secrets to China prior to the 1996 election, when the Chinese "donated" (via a quid pro quo) campaign contributions to Clinton and the DemocRATs. He was reported in the local Palo Alto weekly newspaper, as having been found in some bushes and pronounced dead from "natural causes". When his name came up as a Loral employee that was to appear before the committee, there was no record to be found in the mainstream local newspapers. I asked an acquaintance there on the police force to check on it, and he reported that there was no record on file as well. This should have raised a lot of attention, but as we all know, it did not because Clinton was in power. The guy was too young to die of natural causes. His name appears on Alamo Girl's list. I researched this cased personally, and it smells really bad.
From the Palo Alto Weekly
Publication Date: Wednesday Oct 28, 1998
Kearn A. Cottingham
Kearn A. Cottingham, 53, a 23-year resident of Palo Alto, died Oct. 13. He was a senior program management engineer in subcontracts at Space Systems/Loral in Palo Alto, where he worked for 22 years. He loved golf and cooking. He is survived by his wife, Shirley Kedrowski Cottingham of Palo Alto; his parents, William and Nell Cottingham of Chico; and a sister, Sandra Merlo of Chico. Services have been held. Donations may be made to Green Hills Country Club Tree Gift, or Junior Program, End of Ludeman Lane, Millbrae 94030, or the Kearn A. Cottingham Memorial Fund, c/o Halsted Holman M.D., 1000 Welch Road, Suite 204, Palo Alto 94304 (checks payable to Stanford University).
The House Select Committee will probably not want to share all they know about this. I sent requests to Congressmen Rohrbacher and Cox, with no responses. They would be a good source for information, if they wanted to.
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