Saturday, April 26, 2014
Unthinkable: An Airline Captain's Story
The New York Times describes Eric Stacey's "Unthinkable: An Airline Captain's Story" as "unwatchable," which is why you should watch every second of it. The drama based on real-life events of how U.S. black operations agents carried out the February, 2013 execution of 911 truth teller Captain Philip Marshall, author of "The Big Bamboozle: 911 And The War On Terror," and his two teen-age children in their home in a gated community east of Sacramento as reported by investigative journalist and NSA whistle blower Wayne Madsen as part of an effort to keep him from revealing sensitive new information he planned to reveal in an upcoming book about the events of 911. Marshall's character played by actor Randall Paul is renamed Marshall Philips in Stacey's movie. Madsen's character, Madison Freeman, is played by actor Dennis Fitzpatrick.
Marshall was a retired airline pilot and former CIA pilot who worked with Barry Seal, the infamous CIA pilot who flew planes smuggling drugs from Central America to a small airport in Mena, Arkansas as part of the Iran-Contra Affair before he was gunned down in Baton Rouge, Louisiana by a Colombian hit man. Law enforcement officials immediately claimed the death of Marshall and his children was a murder-suicide perpetrated by Marshall before any real investigation had been conducted, but Madsen's investigative journalism suggests a government conspiracy to silence Marshall. Madsen complained about police waiting 18 hours before responding to a neighbor's 911 call after he became concerned about the family's well-being and discovered Marshall's body laying on the floor near his home's front door in a pool of blood. The victims bodies were cremated before Marshall's wife and children's mother could return home from a business trip to Turkey, and hazmat crews were sent in to clean the home before critical forensic evidence could be gathered.