Intimidation and the Colonel Sabow Murder in Southern California
(Salem-News.com) I’ve been working with Dr. David Sabow, the brother of Marine Colonel James Sabow who was murdered in his quarters at MCAS El Toro, California, in January 1991. A few weeks ago Dr. Sabow asked me to help him in writing a book about his brother’s murder and his 20 year investigation to bring the guilty to trial. I agreed to help with the typing and edit his work. Together with Tim King, founder of Salem-News.com and former El Toro Marine, I had written several columns for Salem-News.com and VeteransToday.com on Col. Sabow’s murder. Neither Tim nor I are forensic experts and neither of us served under Colonel Sabow while in the Marines. However we were both struck by the cold blooded murder of this senior officer and the determination of his younger brother to find the killers and bring them to justice. The government calls Colonel Sabow’s death a suicide, but I stopped believing in the tooth fairy decades ago. Dr. Sabow is a court certified forensic neurologist. The list of independent experts who found that the Colonel was murdered is long.