"Man, 70, found shot to death in Warhead" by John R. Ellement and Travis Andersen Globe Staff February 10, 2016
WAREHAM — John E. Williams lived a quiet life in retirement, remaining close to his three adult children and regularly piloting a Cessna aircraft as a member of the Brockton Flying Club.
But friends of Williams, a 70-year-old who lived alone in a modest ranch house on Glen Charlie Road, were left searching for answers Wednesday after his bullet-riddled body was found a day earlier inside his residence.
Plymouth District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz’s office said in a statement that, “There does not appear to be any threat to the general public at this time.”
How can he know that?
A neighbor of Williams, Jim Munise, 61, said Wareham has fallen on hard economic times and he believes there is “a high rate of crime, drugs. It seems higher to me than would be [normal] for an area like this, more of a suburban area.”
It looks to me like this guy was doing some drug smuggling on the side and either double-crossed somebody, was an intelligence agent himself, or needed to be eliminated for some reason.
That's my reading of the clouds.