Milton William Cooper Biography
(American Conspiracy Theorist, Radio Broadcaster and Author)
Birthday: May 6, 1943 (Taurus)
Born In: Long Beach, California, United States
Milton William Cooper was an American conspiracy theorist, author, and radio broadcaster. He is best remembered for his controversial book, ‘Behold a Pale Horse.’ Cooper was an exponent of ‘conspiracy theory’ and spoke about controversial topics such as ‘UFO,’ extra-terrestrials, and ‘Illuminati.’ He had worked with the ‘United States Navy’ during his early years. Cooper claimed that during his service, he had accessed several secret documents, which indicated that the United States government worked in liaison with extra-terrestrial forces. Most people rejected this claim stating that Cooper was a lower grade clerk, and would not have access to classified documents. Although his theories were denied by many, Cooper continued on his self-proclaimed quest for truth. He published a book ‘Behold a Pale Horse,’ which deals with several other controversial matters. In the book, Cooper states that the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy was part of a conspiracy of the militia movement. He also stated that AIDS was a result of a conspiracy to reduce the population of homosexuals and Hispanics. He broadcast his own radio show, using shortwave frequencies. In the last years of his life, Cooper was charged with tax evasion and an arrest warrant was issued against him. When officials arrived at his house to arrest him, he fired bullets; Cooper was fatally shot in the encounter that followed.