Pat Tillman was in the largest Heroin production province in Afghanistan. Was he killed because he found out that the un-american elements in the CIA and Bush Sr. are invoved in the Afghan heroin business. Did he find out that Bush Sr. and the CIA are behind why opium cultivation has increased 100 fold in afghanistan since the americans invaded? http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20061109/ap_on_re_us/inquest_for_a_warrior _A field hospital report says someone tried to jump-start Tillman's heart with CPR hours after his head had been partly blown off and his corpse wrapped in a poncho; key evidence including Tillman's body armor and uniform was burned. - One investigator told the Tillmans that it hadn't been ruled out that Tillman was shot by an American sniper or deliberately murdered by his own men â though he also gave no indication the evidence pointed that way. Tillman's platoon must have presented an inviting target. There were 39 men â including six allied Afghan fighters trained by the CIA â and about a dozen vehicles. Taken together, these findings raise more questions than they answer, in a case that already had veered from suggestions that it all was a result of the "fog of war" to insinuations that criminal acts were to blame. Who insisted Tillman's platoon split and travel through dangerous territory in daylight, against its own policy? Who let the command slip away and chaos engulf the unit? Scott's report circulated briefly among a small corps of high-ranking officers. Then, it disappeared. Some of Tillman's relatives think the Army buried the report because its findings were too explosive. Army officials refused to provide a copy to the AP, saying no materials related to the investigation could be released. And perhaps most of all: Was a crime committed? With the corrupt F**king neocons piegon holed in all positions of power to facilitate cover ups of their misdeeds , my assumption is Yes, a crime was committed to cover up anti-american sh*t the CIA is doing there.