Jim Tucker, the ground breaking journalist who chronicled the activities of the secretive Bilderberg Group beginning in the 1990s, has died from complication after a fall. Tucker was 78.
Here is more from American Free Press where Jim worked.
James P. Tucker, Jr., ‘Bilderberg Hound,’ Dies at 78 | American Free Press.
Jim Tucker’s only regret was probably the fact he didn’t outlive his sworn nemesis of more than a quarter of a century, international banker David Rockefeller. The colorful former editor of AMERICAN FREE PRESS—and still a continuing correspondent for this newspaper—Tucker died at a hospital in Virginia on April 26 at age 78 following complications arising from injuries received after falling down the steps in his home while in the company of his family.
Jon Ronson wrote this feature on Jim back in 2001.
When I began hearing about the Bilderberg Group – about the notion that a tiny band of insidious and clandestine powermongers meet in a secret room from which they rule the world – I was sceptical. But I kept hearing about them, and I finally decided to try to settle the matter once and for all. Which is why I visited Big Jim Tucker. Within anti-Bilderberg circles, Big Jim is considered a pioneer, a trailblazer, risking his life to attempt to locate the geographical whereabouts of the secret room.
“They exist all right,” said Big Jim, “and they’re not playing pinochle in there.” Big Jim Tucker has spent 30 years documenting the facts. He’s been after them since the 70s when he first got the hunch that they existed. He abandoned a good career in sports journalism on a big city paper. It has been cat and mouse ever since, he said. Good against evil.
“Those sick luminaries are always on the move,” said Jim. “They never come together in the same place twice, so as to evade detection.
As some random commentators noted, the least they could do was dispute the way Jim was said to have passed.
Bob Blaskiewicz tells DN: “Big Jim Tucker was part of the old guard of Bilderberger conspiracy theorists. He was remarkable for his tenacity and generating excitement around his investigations. When you watched him at work, you felt that you were tagging along with a spy to whom nothing interesting ever happened.”
Oh well, he thought he was doing something important. RIP Jim. It appears you were some character.
Tip: Jon Ronson