Tillman did not want to be used for propaganda purposes. He spoke to friends about his opposition to President Bush and the Iraq war, and he had made an appointment with notable government critic Noam Chomsky after his return from the military. The destruction of evidence linked to Tillman's death, including his personal journal, led his mother to speculate that he was assassinated. General Wesley Clark agreed that it was "very possible". In addition, as described below, one of the investigators made highly offensive public comments about Tillman's family atheism, as being the cause for their discontent.
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