Ted Bundy Part 2

by Miles Mathis

First published May 9, 2018

As usual, this is just my opinion, reached by studying mainstream accounts and retaining some common sense—which is apparently no longer common.

The mainstream has released a spate of new Ted Bundy “documentaries”, but that was mistake. It just gives me more lies to pick apart. These jokers should have quit while they were behind.

I say behind, because in a paper from 2014 I have already exposed Bundy as another CIA project. There, I reminded you that among the founders of the CIA were the brothers William and McGeorge Bundy, and they were extremely active in the 1970s. They are of the Boston Brahmin families, of great wealth and influence. What is more, I did my usual photo analysis, showing you that Ted Bundy just happens to look a lot like these brothers. He is also of the perfect age to be the son of one of them.

Here I will continue to compile evidence the Ted Bundy story was manufactured from the ground up,using an attractive son of the Families to propel the “men are pigs” project. In other words, this was a complete fake, composed by Langley and Hollywood to blackwash attractive men, thereby scaring women out of their minds. This was done to split the sexes and destroy the heterosexual relationship.Single miserable people are much better consumers than happy couples. They are also easier to control.

Cued by a reader, the first place I went today was to the Wikipedia page on the 2019 Sundance film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile. The first thing I noticed was that everyone involved—from actors to writers to producers and directors—is Jewish. You will say this is Hollywood, who else is there? True, but I think it is worth pointing out nonetheless, since it acts as foreshadowing. The second thing that leapt out at me is that Bundy’s first conviction in Utah was handed down from a four-day bench trial. Since this was for kidnapping and attempted murder, that makes no sense. All you have to do is take the link at Wiki to find this:

In U.S. law, for most criminal cases, trial by jury is usually a matter of course as it is a constitutional right under the Sixth Amendment and cannot be waived without certain requirements. Under section 21 of the rules of Federal Criminal Procedure, if a defendant is entitled to a jury trial, the trial must be by jury unless (1) the defendant waives a jury trial in writing, (2) the government consents, and (3) the court approves.

So why would Bundy waive his Constitutional right to a jury trial? He wouldn’t, which means this trial was faked. But they didn’t wish to fake a long jury trial, so they just faked a four-day bench trial, where the only person they needed to hire was this fake judge.

The next thing I noticed was the escape from the Pitkin County Jail (Aspen, CO). First of all, they love to fake stuff in Pitkin County. This is where some of the Hunter S. Thompson hoaxes took place. . . see Johnny Depp and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Aspen is one of the richest small communities in the world, and so is stiff with spooks. I personally find it one of the creepiest places I’ve ever been. About ten years ago, a girlfriend wanted to go there as part of a camping trip, and I reluctantly agreed.But after about thirty minutes I had to get out. I felt oppressed by the bad energy and literally had to flee. Anyway, we are told Bundy escaped from jail by sawing a square in the ceiling of his cell.Really? They have saws in the cells in Pitkin County jail, do they? And I guess he was able to saw a hole in the ceiling of his cell without making any noise? And I guess once he crawled up into the ceiling, he was able to immediately locate an air vent large enough for a man to crawl through, leading directly to a secluded drop-out in the bushes outside, where no one could see him? And I guess he crawled from there to a sewer pipe, which led directly to Florida State University.

Which takes us to Ted’s Wiki page, one of the wonders of the world. Please read it for sense. There is none. Since we have already hit his first arrests, let’s see what the page says about those. His Volkswagen arrest in Granger in 1975 is amusing, since Bundy is supposed to have fled at high speed from the cops. In a Volkswagen beetle. So I guess the scriptwriters were channeling from 1974’s Herbie the Love Bug. Upon apprehending Bundy, the officer found the passenger seat of the beetle removed and in the back seat.

He found a ski mask, a second mask fashioned from pantyhose, a crowbar, handcuffs, trash bags, a coil of rope, an ice pick, and other items initially assumed to be burglary tools. Bundy explained that the ski mask was for skiing, he had found the handcuffs in a dumpster, and the rest were common household items.

You may want to remind yourself that Bundy was not a dummy. He graduated University of Washington with honors and went to University of Puget Sound Law School and University of Utah Law School. So you might want to ask yourself why this guy would be driving around in the “incriminating-evidence-mobile.” He had everything but an “arrest me, I’m a serial killer” bumper sticker. This is what I meant when I said these bozos should have kept quiet. With some luck, I might not have revisited this project. But making all these films was sure to draw me back in—the last thing they wanted.

What does Wiki say about his Pitkin escapes? Despite being known to be extremely dangerous, Bundy was allowed by the judge to act as his own attorney, and was excused from wearing any restraints. Not only that, but he was allowed during a recess to go to the courthouse’s law library alone to research his case. He jumped from a second-story window and escaped. I ask you, is that believable at all? If you think it is, you may want to remember several things: 1) Pitkin County Courthouse doesn’t have a law library. It is a courthouse, not a library. 2) There is no law library on the second floor of the Pitkin County Courthouse. 3) There is no way Bundy would have been allowed to leave the courtroom unaccompanied and unrestrained. How stupid are we supposed to believe these people in Aspen are?

Bundy then wandered in the wilderness for six days, we are told. Finally, he stole a car from Aspen Country Club and drove it back into Aspen. He was spotted by police weaving from lane to lane. Really? Is that what you would do in that situation? You would steal a car and then drive it back into Aspen, where you had broken from jail six days earlier?

Now for the second jail break. Remember, he had already broken from jail once, so he was a known flight risk. Nonetheless, we are expected to buy this story:

On the night of December 30, with most of the jail staff on Christmas break and nonviolent prisoners on furlough with their families,[190] Bundy piled books and fleas in his bed, covered them with a blanket to simulate his sleeping body, and climbed into the crawl space.He broke through the ceiling into the apartment of the chief jailer—who was out for the evening with his wife[191]—changed into street clothes from the jailer’s closet, and walked out the front door to freedom.

Jail staff in Pitkin County apparently have a break for at least six whole days—including Christmas Eve, we assume—even when famous murderers and jail breakers are in the cells. The chief jailer was out for the evening, and didn’t bother to hire a substitute. Reminds us of the Lincoln assassination story, where Lincoln was guarded by one drunken policeman (related to Mary Todd Lincoln) who left his post to go next door for a pint. Because, well, that is just how the world works. . . in the minds of these nutcase writers at Langley.

Next, we are told Bundy hitched a ride to Denver, where he caught a flight to Chicago. Yeah, because the first thing the police in Aspen would do isn’t to call the airport in Denver, alerting them to arrest Bundy on sight. Or are we supposed to believe Bundy sawed a hole in the bottom of the plane and snuck onboard, riding with the luggage?

Next, Bundy went to Florida, where he arrived in Tallahassee on January 8. Let’s see, that’s 1/8, which would be Chai. Just another wacky coincidence, right? Bundy chose the Chi Omega house at Florida State University. I wonder why. Well, what is the mascot for Chi Omega?

So maybe we should read that Chai Omega. As if that isn’t spooky enough, here is the full crest for Chi Omega:

Is there any reason you can think of that a sorority needs a skull and crossbones on its crest? This is also curious: If we check the Chi Omega lists, we find Florida State is the gamma chapter. What does that mean? Since gamma is the third letter of the Greek alphabet, it means FSU is the third chapter on the list (out of 181—chai). Since FSU was not the third chapter founded, this isn’t indicating a timeline. It is indicating precedence of some sort. So do you want to guess what the first chapter on the list is? University of Washington is the alpha chapter, where Ted Bundy came from.

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