A suicide it has remained in the newspapers and magazines
of the United States to the present day. Three books have
also been written about Forrestal, each of which
discusses his death in considerable length.

The first was:
James Forrestal, A Study of Personality,
Politics, and Policy
 by California
political science professor,
Arnold A. Rogow…
Forrestal’s death fostered several
enduring suppositions that the end
was not suicide, – but murder.

“I AM OPPOSED TO THE MIND CONTROL
OF SOLDIERS BY THE FLUORIDATION
OF WATER ON MILITARY BASES.”
~ James Vincent Forrestal,
First Secretary of Defence. ~

Josephine Ogden Forrestal
~ His wife ~

 inver-com-closeForrestal’s statement soon earned him the active enmity of some congressmen and supporters of Israel. Forrestal was also an early target of the muckraking columnist and broadcaster Drew Pearson, an opponent of foreign policies hostile to the Soviet Union, who began to regularly call for Forrestal’s removal after President Truman named him Secretary of Defence. Pearson told his own protege,  Jack Anderson, that he believed Forrestal was “the most dangerous man in America” and claimed that if he was not removed from office, he would “cause another world war…”

More Info on James Forrestal’s life and death:
→ HERE ↔ HERE ←

[Forrestal was ahead of his time and made powerful enemies.]

Forrestal was also a member of the “Majestic 12”

The following individuals were described in the Majestic 12
documents as “designated members”