(April 27, 2013) Our Good Friend Jim Tucker is Gone, But He May Get the Last Laugh on David Rockefeller
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 FreePress -- 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.
Best known for having trailed the aforementioned Rockefeller and the members of such high-level power groups such as the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission and, most notably, the Bilderberg group, literally all over the planet for decades, the legacy of the North Carolina-born self-described "country boy" as a hard-driving investigative reporter is one that is hard to rival.
Prior to coming to work in Washington, D.