Repost from Gary Franchi – Next News Network
Just over 30 years ago, 7 people died after ingesting cyanide lasted capsules from within Tylenol Bottles manufactured by Johnson and Johnson.
The narrative put forth by the FBI and Johnson and Johnson through the news media at the time was described as a lone madman traveled from store to store placing the cyanide in the bottles.
But is that what really happened? For the last 2 years, I have been reporting on the investigation and research of Scott Bartz. Bartz is a former Johnson and Johnson employee who claims that the narrative put forth by his employer and the FBI is entirely FALSE.
Last year, on the 30th anniversary of the murders, the FBI carted UNIBOMBER Ted Kazinkski before the cameras again in an attempt to pin the 30 year old cold case on him.
At the same time Bartz released the book, “THE TYLENOL MAFIA: MARKETING, MURDER, AND JOHNSON AND JOHNSON.”
A book, I should point out, that Johnson and Johnson wrote a check for an undisclosed amount to Bartz so that he will never promote it or speak of it again.
What is in this book that Johnson and Johnson don’t want you to know?
The Bartz’s book alleges that he Cyanide was actually placed in the bottles in the supply chain by a Johnson and Johnson employee and not a lone nut traveling store to store. It alleges the FBI, Johnson and Johnson, and the news media colluded to dissuade the public away from Johnson and Johnson’s full liability to a lone madman traveling store to store.
Now one year after Johnson and Johnson essentially burned Scott Bartz’s book that challenged their narrative of the Tylenol Murders, the FBI has been making phone calls to victims families telling them that they have a big announcement on the 31st anniversary.
Confidential sources say that the FBI will be disbanding the Tylenol Murders Task force. Originally over 100 FBI agents made up this task force, now it’s down to four agents, soon to be Zero, if our sources are correct.