Col. James Sabow: Pentagon shooter was obsessed with 1991 case
Christian Science Monitor
March 5, 2010
The death of Col. James Sabow at the former El Toro Air Station in California was ruled a suicide in several investigations.
But Col. Sabow’s brother, David, a respected neurologist in South Dakota, has long suspected that the Marine Corps covered up the murder of James Sabow, pointing to several independent investigations that find holes in the government’s findings.
With singular focus, David Sabow has attempted to reveal what he terms a cover-up, raising legitimate questions about his brother’s death and the government’s attempt to hide the truth. ...
Reached at his home, David Sabow said he is sorry for the “deranged” man who authorities say shot two Pentagon police officers. Nonetheless, David Sabow notes that Bedell was thought to be intelligent and had clearly analyzed the evidence in James Sabow’s death. ...
David Sabow claims his brother was killed because he had knowledge of illegal activity on the El Toro base, since closed, in which senior officers were helping to ship drugs into the US from Central America. Yet more than five investigations over the years have concluded that Sabow died at his own hand, distraught over being relieved of his job for unrelated reasons.
Those government investigations are shams, says Sabow. He points to numerous pieces of evidence – supported, he says, by at least a dozen independent investigators – that Sabow was in fact killed.