The Jimi Hendrix Murder Conspiracy
by ALEX CONSTANTINE
[Excerpt From The Covert War Against Rock (Feral House, 2000)]
"I don't believe for one minute that he killed himself. That was out of the question." -- Chas Chandler, Hendrix Producer
"I believe the circumstances surrounding his death are suspicious and I think he was murdered." -- Ed Chalpin, Proprietor of Studio 76
"I feel he was murdered, frankly. Somebody gave him something. Somebody gave him something they shouldn't have." -- John McLaughlin, Guitarist, Mahavishnu Orchestra
THE MURDER OF JIMI HENDRIX
He didn't die from a drug overdose. He was not an out-of-control dope fiend. Jimi Hendrix was not a junkie. And anyone who would use his death as a warning to stay away from drugs should warn people against the other things that killed Jimi -- the stresses of dealing with the music industry, the craziness of being on the road, and especially, the dangers of involving oneself in a radical, or even unpopular, political movements.
COINTELPRO was out to do more than prevent a Communist menace from overtaking the United States, or keep the Black Power movement from burning down cities.
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