Are you suggesting that Booda’s suicide was murder made to look like suicide? Any corroborating evidence?
No evidence, just my opinion.
Several years before his death, I observed (first hand) an incident in which Adm Boorda’s actions clearly demonstrated that he was an independent sort who would choose to do the right thing even though it would and did PO a lot of people (i.e. this particular incident exposed a well-entrenched den of corruption). He had a reputation for this manner of integrity and action, but I didn’t pay it much mind, figured it was hype. Then I witnessed it for myself.
When he was selected as CNO, I was immediately curious as to how this type of man could slip into the Clinton regime undetected. Maybe Clinton wasn’t paying attention, or maybe the intent was to corrupt him. Or maybe the admiral really was just like everyone else in DC, but...? The Admiral Boorda I saw was one who had no fear of shining lights in dark places, no matter who was caught slinking around in the shadows.
Suffice it to say, he seemed like the last guy the Clintons would want around. And then came a supposed suicide. Over a strange circumstance of an improper medal. It didn’t make sense unless it was the one chink in the armor that the regime could exact a heavy price to “repair”. Crush the enemy by using his own moral code against him, something to that effect. Of course, the Clinton regime could make any normal rational person feel dishonored and depressed, so I suppose we’ll never know.