Free Mind Report: 1982 Tylenol Murders, Johnson & Johnson, and the FBI

Posted on Sep 26, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Health, Food News, & Big Pharma, Truth is Treason News

Kevin Hayden –

I recently joined my good friend, Holland Vandennieuwenhof, in studio and co-hosted  the Free Mind Report on the Logos Radio Network.  If you’ve not heard of Holland, or Free Mind Films, I urge you to check out their latest documentary, A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995

Holland Vandennieuwenhof and guest co-host, Kevin Hayden, interview Michelle Rosen and Scott Bartz about the infamous 1982 Tylenol Murders.  Scott Bartz’s book, The Tylenol Mafia: Marketing, Murder, and Johnson & Johnson, exposes the cover-up of the murders that directly implicates Johnson & Johnson and the FBI.  Michelle Rosen lost her mother due to the poisoned Tylenol pills and has exposed information about what really happened.


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Scott Bartz embarked on a career as an independent author thanks to the support of Johnson & Johnson’s human resources and security personnel who encouraged him to seek a new line of work as they escorted him from the company’s premises on the morning he returned from a “secret” meeting with government prosecutors investigating allegations of Medicaid fraud at J&J.  Excerpt from the Chicago Reader:

No one has ever been charged as the perpetrator of the 1982 Tylenol murders in which seven Chicago-area residents died after consuming cyanide-laced Extra Strength Tylenol capsules.
No one has ever been charged as the perpetrator of the 1986 Tylenol murder of Diane Elsroth, who died after consuming cyanide-laced Extra Strength Tylenol capsules purchased in Westchester County, New York, despite the triple-sealed, tamper-resistant packaging instituted following the 1982 deaths.
In a new self-published book, The Tylenol Mafia, author Scott Bartz says he knows why these crimes continue to confound investigators: authorities were steered toward an erroneous madman-in-the-drug-store theory of the crime. A crime Bartz believes never occurred in retail stores. He says the evidence shows the culprit put the poisoned capsules into bottles somewhere along the repackaging and distribution links in Tylenol’s supply chain. A distribution system the police did not understand and the media did not investigate. A multiparty, multifaceted distribution system closely guarded by the makers of Tylenol and Bartz’s former employer, Johnson & Johnson.
Michelle Rosen
Michelle Rosen was just 8-years old when she watched her mom fall to the kitchen floor and die from cyanide-laced Tylenol. Her mother was a 27-year old mother of four, the youngest child was just six days old. No updates, contact or information was given to Rosen, or her family, about the investigation throughout the years.  When the reactivated case hit the news in February 2009, Rosen found out, along with the rest of the world, via mainstream media.  Rosen discovered quickly that the reactivated case was nothing more than a one-day media frenzy. While doing some research online, she discovered Scott Bartz and his website about the Tylenol murders investigation being a fraud. Rosen and Bartz quickly became partners in uncovering as much as information as possible and to work together in unsealing the documents of this incredibly corrupt case.

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