There are still many questions surrounding the murder of John P. Wheeler, III. However, there seems to be a smear campaign in the midst of the investigation. But the one thing is that when you put everything together, things still just don’t add up!
While everyone is waiting for the toxicology and autopsy reports, tips and clues are being released to the public for examination. But, as stated earlier, things don’t add up.
One of the purported ideas is that he suffered some sort of head trauma that casued him to become dillusional and crawl into a dumpster only to have died in his sleep. The problem with this claim?
Schulcz said he and Wheeler are active on an e-mail forum for 1966 graduates of West Point, and once he heard about Wheeler’s death, he went back to find Wheeler’s last message.
Wheeler last posted to the forum around 5 p.m. Dec. 28, and while emotional and somewhat angry, his post was “classic Jack,” according to Schulcz and other friends.
Wheeler was responding to a conversation thread about West Point and college football.
“And absolute football corrupts absolutely. NCAA is all about football money … To Hell with the NCAA and its corrupting Money Game … West Point should pull out of the fraud-ridden NCAA,” he wrote.
Schulcz said it took focus and dexterity to compose and send the message, meaning Wheeler was coherent and in control at the time.
“Jack was passionate about certain things, like right and wrong and honor,” Schulcz said, adding he has shared the final posting from Wheeler with police.
Investigators believe that Wheeler returned to Delaware by train on Dec. 28, but have not offered specifics about when or why he was traveling.
Schulcz said Wheeler was addicted to e-mail and “was the kind of guy with machine-gun fingers,” who would respond in an instant to an electronic message. So when he failed to answer a message from another person on the forum Dec. 29, “that was unusual.”
Another claim being discussed is that Wheeler was placing smoke bombs in his neighbors house, whom they were in a legal dispute. This idea is getting more attention than the fact that maybe he knew something with either Wikileaks, an SEC investigation that he was involved with, or the fact that he has and was working on bio-chem and nuclear weapons and cyber-security with MITRE Corporation.
The idea of being offed by another country, or even someone in his own country, is far more plausible than pushing clues that he changed clothes numerous times without anyone knowing where or how he did it. And an idea is just that, an idea. And, while we aren’t part of the investigation team, we are forced to look at all likely avenues.