An American BEER Dream hopefully, gone with the wind!
Full of “paid off,” law enforcement and legal system officials and Unions. which, lead to unsolved murders and curses even before they left-
Europe in the 1800’s
What really happened? The riddle of tragic Adrienne Martin, 27
Busch IV, the chief executive and last heir to the vast Anheuser-Busch empire, has made no public comment since the events of December 19.
Here’s were the law enforcement seem a bit paid off to me? The mystery has deepened further this week as it emerged there was a 42-minute gap between the discovery of her corpse and a 911 call made by an employee at the Busch residence in Huntleigh, Missouri. It was also revealed that no one at the mansion could tell police the time of death. When officers arrived at 12.30pm they were told Ms Martin was last seen alive more than nine hours earlier, after she and her boyfriend had spent the evening together.
Questions are also being asked about why police waited until December 24 to report news of her death and why – as officials said toxicology tests could take up to six weeks – she has already been cremated. The Busch’s, were fast to get her cremated so now there’s no evidence?
More past deaths in the family but could be arranged murders by Busch’s heirs….?
In 1974 the youngest child of August Busch Jr, Christina, died in a road accident aged eight.
A 1997 profile of Busch IV in Fortune magazine said of his “tumultuous” history: “People think, ‘Here’s a guy who’s got it all, the Busch name, the best job in the world... it’s a very different reality’.”
This is the Busch’s attentive history; that we know so far and it’s pretty shady to say the least. Makes me wonder what they did in Europe before, they came to America?
Grant’s Farm, which resembles a Bavarian-style castle, was also where August Busch Sr, then chairman of the firm, committed suicide with a gun in 1934. But the most unsavory headlines belong to August Busch IV, the great-great-grandson of company founder Adolphus Busch and known as “The Fourth”.
In 2006 Busch IV finally got married, to blonde beauty Kathryn Thatcher, 16 years younger than him. But many felt he settled down only to be seen by his father as responsible enough to take over the firm. He became chief executive months later, the latest in a long line of Busch children to run the brewery since it was founded in 1852.
Weeks after InBev took over, Busch IV filed for divorce. Court papers revealed that he could not recall where he and his wife had wed and that he had made her sign a pre-nup.
He then vanished from public view and, although InBev kept him as a non-executive director on a £77,000-a-month salary, he rarely attended board meetings. He was clearly stunned at losing the family brewing empire which had become an American icon and friends began to worry if his destructive, reckless side would once again appear.
For his family’s final heir, as for many of his ancestors, the Busch name has been as much of a curse as a blessing. Probably, just a curse….
PS: If you people in America are not concerned with this story, you should be because, were talking about are business leaders of today here! That means, we have been taken over by all the wrong people for all the wrong reasons. I mean it. Communism will be looked at as a wonderful thing, compared to the monsters where creating in America today! You think about that? This is just one family!, is not film fiction. It is now just over two weeks since her body was discovered at the wooded, four-acre estate owned by her 46-year-old lover August Busch IV. And last night police were still none the wiser about what – or who – killed her.