Pay careful attention to the poor dead soul

 

Philip Marshall was a CIA-connected pilot who flew for Barry Seal as part of “Iran-Contra“. He published three popular and insightful books on 9-11. He was about to publish a work of fiction entitled Lakefront Airport when on 2 February 2013 he was found shot dead, along with his children and dog.

Even before 9/11, Marshall is reported to have had “a sick feeling that America was in deep trouble, that a group, this new Bush Administration, just like the old Bush Administration, was an incredibly dangerous, brazen bunch of well-connected, well-educated ideologists. They were on a power trip similar to others in world history, but as far as I knew this was the first attempt by what our founders had labelled domestic enemies to overthrow the Constitution and place America under their own absolute power.”

Publications

  • 29 July 2008 – False Flag 911: How Bush, Cheney and the Saudis Created the Post-911 World
  • 9 February 2012 – The Big Bamboozle: 9/11 and the War on Terror, used copies retailing at over $100 on Amazon.
  • August 2013 (Posthumous) – Lakefront Airport, nominally a work of fiction, which as of March 2017 was retailing at $700 on Amazon. One reviewer observed that “The names are fictional but you can easily tell who the REAL PERSONS ARE. This book will turn your mind around as to how the Government really runs… If you can find a copy of this book READ IT!” another that “It seems to be more autobiographical than the author had admitted.”

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Rest in peace friend

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