Jimi Hendrix murder theory plausible – says ER doctor

Jimi Hendrix murder theory ‘plausible’ says ER doctor

The doctor who attempted to revive legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix on the night he died has said it is “plausible” that he was murdered for the $2 million life insurance.

The paramedics or ambulance personnel who picked Jimi up at his girlfriend’s apartment strapped him down on the gurney in direct violation of medical protocol. You do not strap someone down in a horizontal position that is vomiting because they can choke on their own vomit, which is what supposedly happened to Jimi.

Of course, the question is why would anyone want to murder Jimi. I can think of two reasons: his mounting massive power as a symbol of artistic and social rebellion among Black youth (and to a lesser degree, White youth); and (two) his emphasis on the Law of Love as the answer to the social and political ills of the world — the very same thing that got John Lennon assassinated.

John Bannister, the on-call registrar at the now closed St Mary Abbots Hospital in Kensington, said in an interview that the patient seemed to have “drowned” in a large amount of red wine, even though there was little in his blood stream.

The account fits with one given by James “Tappy” Wright, a 65-year-old former road manager who worked for Hendrix’s manager Mike Jeffrey.
Wright has claimed in a new book that indebted Jeffrey had taken out a $2m life-insurance policy on the star amid concerns about his increased drug-taking, and that he told him Hendrix was “worth more to him dead than alive”.

He alleges that Jeffrey the British agent and Bob Levine the US agent both hard line Jews were upset about Hendrix opposition to the war on Vietnam, and confessed to him that he had ordered the killing a month before his death in a plane crash.
The official version of Hendrix’s death at the age of 27 is that he died from choking on vomit after a drugs overdose.

Wright’s version is that Hendrix was killed on the orders of Jeffrey by a gang who broke into his hotel room and forced wine and painkillers down his throat until he drowned.
Mr. Bannister, 67, said he had no idea who Hendrix was when he arrived early on the morning of September 18, 1970, but remembers being perplexed by his height.

“He was hanging over the table we had him on by about ten inches,” he told The Times newspaper.
He said he fought to resuscitate him but there was no hope of survival.
“We worked very hard for about half an hour but there was no response at all. It really was an exercise in futility,” he said. “Somebody said to me ‘You know who that was?

That was Jimi Hendrix’ and, of course, I said, ‘Who’s Jimi Hendrix?’.”
He said that Wright’s description, in his memoir Rock Roadster, of Hendrix’s demise “sounded plausible because of the volume of wine”.

“The amount of wine that was over him was just extraordinary. Not only was it saturated right through his hair and shirt but his lungs and stomach were absolutely full of wine,” he said.
“I have never seen so much wine. We had a sucker that you put down into his trachea, the entrance to his lungs and to the whole of the back of his throat.
“We kept sucking him out and it kept surging and surging. He had already vomited up masses of red wine and I would have thought there was half a bottle of wine in his hair. He had really drowned in a massive amount of red wine.”
Bannister now lives in Sydney and worked as a doctor until 1992 when he was deregistered for fraudulence.

Hendrix’s body was found in a room at the Samarkand Hotel, west of London, on 18 September 1970. Although the room was listed to Monika Dannemann (who conveniently died in 1996), Hendrix was alone at the time. There is no record of who called the ambulance crew that discovered the body. “People weren’t very good at keeping such records at the time,” says Levine. “The actual death certificate from Scotland Yard read: ‘Accidental Suffocation’
Whatever the truth, the world lost a great performer that day back in September 1970.

T Stokes London

*With thanks to music insider LC Vincent who quoted Hendrix saying.
“We’ll I’ve been here before,
In the days of Ice And of course that is why I’m so concerned… Cause I’ve come back to find
The stars misplaced,
And the smell of a world that has burned…”

In these six lines, Hendrix touches on Reincarnation, the Aryan saga of Hyperborea, ancient atomic war, polar shift and climate change — all in 6 lines!!!


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2 Responses to “Jimi Hendrix murder theory plausible – says ER doctor”

  1. Buster says:

    The story of Jimi being sat up in the folding ambulance chair/stretcher came from Monika Dannemann whom Kathy Etchingham’s 1992 investigation proved was lying about this mistreatment of Jimi. The reason Monika lied was because she needed to pass blame for Jimi’s death onto the incompetency of others. You are quoting a story that was overturned by Etchingham when she got the statements of the ambulance attendants in 1990. Both men said there was no one at the flat and that Jimi was dead. They also said they did not sit Jimi up in the folding stretcher chair when they carried him away. Which, according to the evidence, would not have mattered anyway since Jimi was already dead. The attendants had nothing to do with Jimi’s death.

    Monika tried the blame-placing routine one too many times when she was quoted in Shapiro’s ‘Electric Gypsy’ as saying Dr Bannister was negligent and contributed to Jimi’s death by failing to perform a tracheostomy. When this was shown to Doctor Bannister he wrote a letter to author Shapiro complaining that a tracheostomy would have done Jimi no good because he had suctioned several bottles of wine from Jimi’s lungs and stomach and that instead of choking on vomit Jimi Hendrix had been drowned in a large amount of wine. Monika’s protesting too much had actually backfired on her and started the process that would eventually lead to her death.

    The Jewish stuff you write is gratuitous nonsense since Jeffery was a British protestant and Bob Levine had no sympathies whatsoever towards the Viet Nam War or Jimi’s feelings toward it. Bob was simply in it for the money like everyone else. Though his involvement in the money laundering was related to Jimi’s murder in an indirect way. Tappy did not say that in his book so I don’t know where you’re coming from with that.

    There is a record of who called the ambulance. The London Ambulance Service had the technology at the time to record incoming calls and their data. Levine is certainly not a source for that since he was in Jeffery’s New York Hendrix office when Jimi was murdered. There’s more to this than I can tell you right now, however I can tell you that Scotland Yard is aware that the call was made from the London Red Phone Box across the street, which is accurate to the attendants saying no one was at the flat when they arrived.

    Jimi Hendrix was murdered by the American Government’s Central Intelligence Agency under their COINTELPRO Program.

  2. Anonymous says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkURO6FGRsQ Assassination of John Lennon and Jimi Hendrix

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