Something fishy in my hometown. What do you think ATS???

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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 02:56 AM
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haha! it nearly killed me when i saw it for the first time. I had to use it!

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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 05:58 AM
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Originally posted by seamus
reply to post by Dextraphite
 


He wanted out. Insisted, in fact. So, true to form, they let him 'out'.


If he was still 'in' though...doesn't that imply that the conspiracy books that he has written were disinformation?



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 05:59 AM
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Originally posted by RocksFromSpace
I noticed something odd... Here's a picture of Adam's car parked at the school... What strikes me as weird is here you have a kid who just murdered his mother and is going to mass murder kids at a school, yet will not pull up in to the "No Parking Zone" which would take him closer to the school entrance.

I guess he thought Murder was OK but I must obey the driving rules... ???!!!

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Although, you brought up an interesting random point. What in the world does that have to do with this thread?



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 06:52 AM
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Maybe the guy was paranoid and delusional. Not to get into a 9/11 debate, but would love to know what his exact theories were on the 9/11 conspiracy.

It would be interesting if he thought the planes were holograms or some other totally delusional theory.

Guess his theories weren't that whacky. He seems to think the Bin Laden assisignation was a hoax too. To be honest after watching zero dark thirty, I could see that the Bin Laden was indeed a hoax!
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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 07:01 AM
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Actually his theories are based on experience gathered by a career as a pilot, both contractually with the DEA and CIA, then flying 767's for American Airlines. Read "The big bamboozle", it's less than 12 bucks off Amazon.

What he says makes sense.



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 07:31 AM
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I've just ordered the book: "The Big Bamboozle" online.
It'll be interesting to read what he and his family were killed for.
RIP



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 08:27 AM
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I am wondering if his ex- wife will die a mysterious death? Keep us posted on that one, I feel that's coming next.
Plane crash, illness, car crash....something will happen.
S & F



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 09:16 AM
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I agree there is something very fishy about the Philip Marshall murder-suicide. I personally do not believe it for a moment and that was based just upon the initial information on the man and looking close look into the man's face but, as I read more details about his background, the more I am convinced this was Murder but Philip Marshall and his two children were the victims.

There isn't much chance of getting a truly honest investigation or autopsy; if there were, I would be interested to see the results, including forensics on gunpowder residue; his hand, arm and front should be covered in residue...not that it can't be faked.

Bottom line, this simply is not the kind of man to kill his children and I would probably never be convinced that he did it.
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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 09:47 AM
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Since the 1940's the military have been able to partition personalities within an individual.
For example, a sub personality can be created and trained as an assassin. The primary personality has no knowledge of it's existence and will easily pass polygraph tests and such.

The sub personality can then be triggered at a later time and when the job is complete, the primary personality returns without any memory of what happened except for some missing time.

It's not uncommon for agents to have multiple sub personalities implanted that do specialist things like run, or kill, or commit suicide in the event that they're made.

Maybe he was triggered...



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 10:39 AM
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Well I had heard he was on anti-depressants and had been off his meds for a bit. I'm not totally sure. Someone also told me that their were issues in the family that no one knew about. So... it could sway either way for me. But I still wonder at all these weird things that are surfacing.



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 03:07 PM
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I just wanted to add that he was on Coast to Coast AM last year. He was on there with John B. Wells. This post really struck a nerve because I listened to the whole interview and I tell ya, he was sharp and knew a lot about the Bush Administration. If I recall correctly, he said that it took him 5 tries in a simulator to hit the Pentagon and thats after his experience of course. I also believe he was part of Pilots Behind 9/11 Truth. Sad to see a true patriot go.
Phillip Marshal on Coast to Coast AM.



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 05:39 PM
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I see where some posters on here are asking about the Turkish connection. Its really not that hard to figure out, if he is still connected with the CIA's drug smuggling. Turkey is a main point of entry for the smuggling of certain drugs from the Middle East and Afghanistan into Europe. I could say more about this, that I learned while in Egypt back in 2006, but I don't want to violate any t&c rules.



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 05:49 PM
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Now comes all the distractions to throw us off the case.

I remember listening the the C to Cost show interview and it was very interesting. Breaks your heart when stuff like this happens.



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 07:39 PM
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There are a couple of ways to look at this.

One, he did it.

Two, he knew too much,

Three, like someone said he was involved with Iran Contra, the DEA and running drugs. He's trying to make ends meet on the conspiracy circuit, but things are slow. He makes a deal with his old contacts things go bad.

I'm with you this just don't smell right.

One other possibility. Suppose he knows something about what's going to happen. It's really bad and imminent. He takes the easy way for himself and his family.

Maybe conspiracy theorists are inherently unbalanced?

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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 07:58 PM
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Good post! It shows three powerful men with many things in common. They just know to much of how things work. Anyone of these men have the ability to be a leader. Each of them powerful in their own way. All are good marksmen, all have the ability to get guns and arm others, train others. I have no doubt men like these are in the governments cross hairs. It's clear the 2nd amendment has been under attack. In a SHTF scenario, none of these men would side with the government against civilians.
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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 08:27 PM
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My condolences to you and your community. A loss in many ways.

After catching him on C2C, I bought and read The Big Bamboozle. It offered so much more than I could have ever expected before reading it. Do read it. For me, it was the missing piece into where and how the 9-11 pilots were trained.

What else was in the book made sense, going back to the 1980s. Phillip knew of things, and researched to find more and to connect dots. Is it 100% indisputable? No, but what is presented is a sickening look at power and abuse of power.

We can ponder multiple universes in the field of science, but the multiple universes that affect us and those we love can be found all around us, metaphorically speaking. To keep my sanity, I choose to ignore or not dwell on the reality of the truly evil outside of my personal universe. Phillip OTOH dove right in to bring this evil to light.

As a budding investigative journalist, you might be interested in the (also) late Gary Webb, who wrote the Dark Alliance series for the San Jose Mercury News.

It is writers like Messrs Marshall and Webb who tell us of the evils around us. Unless I knew of the good side of humanity, or I let myself be drawn too far in to the rabbit hole to reason clearly, I might be hardpressed to find a reason for either me or those I love to continue to live.

This horrible event stunned me. Usually the dog is disabled first before the commission of a crime, so that is a puzzling piece. Why the dog? I hope someday, and soon, the pieces to Mr. Marshall's own puzzle are known.



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 09:18 PM
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Well, it IS fishy. If everyone around say that "its unbelievable", it is kinda fishy.BUT.
Maybe they had troubles. Some people can have issues and it'll never transpire to others. How did u find out about the CIA? if it legit, then, it surely look like murder. To quote Einstein, "Condemnation without investigation is the heights of ignorance".



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 09:44 PM
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i dont know how large each neighbors property is, but i have been near guns when they go off, of different sizes, THEY ARE SUPER LOUD, how neighbors arent hearing these gun shots is amazing. but past several major stories no one calls 911 for gun shots , how odd.

well to do, people dont off their kids , usually they just off themselves so kids can keep life insurance ect ect. (not that there arent true whackos out there) but this doesnt seem like a crazy on the lose rampage kinda story.

everyone is all up in arms over sandy hook, why arent people up in arms over the fact that our own government is tapping these kids in the head.

the nanny who just offs 2 kids then herself? really ?

its just amazing really , im sure if we dug through enough stories of where a parent offs the kids , well start to see similarities where they dont belong ^^



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 09:55 PM
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"Guess his theories weren't that whacky. He seems to think the Bin Laden assisignation was a hoax too. To be honest after watching zero dark thirty, I could see that the Bin Laden was indeed a hoax!"

heh you dont spend 7.3 trillion dollars searching for a man, rip up 3 different countries, go to war with 2 of them and then shoot him in head and drop him overboard.. he was either dead long ago or was a complete joke. when just a year or two earlier we take a leader from another country that also had nothing to do with 9/11 and parade him around in his tighty whities for "show" and then kill him.

land of the free home of the brave, doesnt even give bin laden or the families (victims) a chance to go to trial?

the minute they said they shot him in head and threw him overboard was the exact second i turned the channel that day.

in fact the whole damn thing was a set up, we had 16 of bin laden family right here in the f ing country, we sent them all home that day 9/11when there was a no fly zone for the whole country? why didnt we keep them as enemy combatants and then jsut say come back to us or well kill all 16 of your family instead of chasing him for 13 odd years?

anyways whacky conpiracy theorist or not, ive had many crazy idea, have read many a crazy and stupid idea right on here, havent heard of any of us in the news for offing our family because we were whacky conspiracy theorists.

unless adam lanza, james holmes, Nanny Yoselyn Ortega, and the numerous other stories that dont make any f ing sense were all conpsiracy theorist as well? heh

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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 10:07 PM
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Originally posted by Dextraphite


"...Why was the dog killed?"


IMHO, that is your smoking gun. In a tactical 'hit' the dog would surely be the first target. Find out where the dog was shot, and you'll have your answer. I would wager the dog was shot in an 'odd' place.

Sorry for your loss OP, and stay safe :/.





 
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