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John Allen Chau: His Last Words

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Monday, November 26, 2018

The late John Allen Chau, a 26/27-year-old thrill-seeking American with criminal intent, who was justifiably killed by the Stone Age tribe members on North Sentinel Island because he invaded their sacred, protected-by-law island, wrote a few notes before his last, and fatefully fatal encounter with the 60,000 year old tribal pygmy aborigines.

John Allen Chau

He instructed the fishermen to deliver his handwritten notes to a friend of his, whom was similarly complicit in his nefariously illegal deeds, and was later arrested with the others.

That friend then emailed John Allen Chau’s mother of what had happened.

That same friend was likely the one who sent the images of his thoughts – his last journal entries – to his mother.

Why did neither the fishermen, nor Chau’s “friend” not FIRST inform the authorities?

Because of the criminal activity involved, and because by so doing would have been a confession/admission of guilt to a felony crime.

In turn, Chau’s mother – Lynda Adams-Chau – then contacted the United States Consulate in Chennai, a city of about 8.8 million, and capital of Tamil Nadu, the southernmost state in India.

The Consulate then contacted law enforcement authorities.

Chau KNEW he was committing a FELONY ACT under Indian Federal Law.

According to the reports of the 6, or 7 fishermen he bribed to ferry him to North Sentinel Island – some of whom were his religious friends – he, and everyone was knowledgeable of his criminal intentions, and actions.

They were ALL arrested after they ferried him to the island AT LEAST 6 times.

If there was an analogous American equivalent to his criminal deeds abroad, it might be have snuck in to the White House unawares, and then, after six days, finally making his presence known.

As Andaman Director General of Police, Dependra Pathak CORRECTLY IDENTIFIED, John Allen Chau’s selfish motives were deceitful, unaltruistic, ignoble, and unwholesome, and said that, “He lived in Alabama, US. He is some kind of paramedic. He was on a misplaced adventure in prohibited area to meet uncontacted persons. People thought he is a missionary because he had mentioned his position on god and that he was a believer on social media or somewhere online. But in a strict sense, he was not a missionary. He was an adventurer. His intention was to meet the aborigines.”

There’s NO OTHER rational, reasonable explanation for his lawless actions.

None.

In my estimation, because of his felony acts under Indian law, the United States Consulate in Chennai should do nothing to intervene to repatriate his corpse. Neither should the Indian government.

It should remain and rot on the island.

And is probably already well under way.

Here are Chau’s last writings, in no particular order.


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