It doesn't take a great leap of faith to entertain the idea that the death of Sen. Paul Wellstone was no accident.
Besides the usual forms of coercion, bribes and blackmail, Wellstone's assassination sent a message, a warning, to all of Congress that going against the agenda and telling the truth about certain 'events' that mold policy could cost them their lives.
That warning has been taken to heart.
None in Congress dare to speak about the hidden facts.
It's called self-preservation.