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Friday, February 8, 2013

Is there a connection between alleged double murder-suicide in California and dead American woman in Turkey?

Via WMR:

Leave it to a small town newspaper, The Calaveras Enterprise of California, to provide the details on the alleged double murder-suicide of former CIA pilot Philip Marshall and his two children. It is the details of Marshall's occupation and his recent travels that may link the suspicious deaths in the Forest Meadows subdivision of Murphys, California to the suspicious death of a Staten Island, New York amateur photographer, wife, and mother of two in Istanbul, Turkey.

Between late Thursday, January 31, and Saturday, February 2, Saturday being the same day the badly beaten body of Sarai Sierra was found along the ancient wall of Istanbul, Marshall, age 54, allegedly took a Glock 9 mm handgun and shot his 17-year old son Alex and 14-year old daughter Macaila in their heads while they slept on a couch before turning the gun on himself. Marshall was a former airline pilot for Eastern and United and was a contract pilot for the Central Intelligence Agency and Drug Enforcement Agency during the Iran-contra episode of the 1980s. Marshall was also the author of two books about 9/11, which suggested that the Bush administration, along with Saudi Arabia, not any terrorist group, were responsible for the 9/11 attacks. Marshall also wrote an earlier book, a novel titled Lakefront Airport, which was a recollection of his experiences in the Iran-contra episode.

According to the Enterprise, Marshall's neighbors discounted the Calaveras County Sheriff's quick determination that the shooting deaths of the Marshalls, along with that of Marshalls' wife's dog, were a murder-suicide. Toxicological findings for the final autopsy reports may not be available for several weeks, the Enterprise reported. The Stockton Record reported that
police "did not find any evidence at the scene to indicate what motivated Phillip Marshall to kill his children." Yet the police made the determination of a double homicide, pet dog killing, and suicide anyway.

Neighbors said they heard no gun shots but police were quick to dispel the notion that the suspected gun used was silenced. However, the police did not say whether other guns used by other parties may have used silencers. One neighbor across the street said he heard strange noises late Friday night.

Friends of the Marshall children said they exchanged text messages with them Thursday night and nothing appeared abnormal. Although Marshall was estranged from his wife Sean and there was a police record from 2008 of domestic physical altercations between them and between Marshall and his sister-in-law, Marshall and his wife traveled to Turkey together six weeks prior to allegedly buy saffron for an unnamed import-export business. Sierra, who left her husband and children in New York and had never traveled abroad, took a trip to Turkey and disappeared from sight around January 21. Marshall's wife, Sean, was in Istanbul the same time Sierra's body was discovered.

The Sacramento Bee conveniently omitted the fact that Marshall's wife was traveling to Turkey at the time of the deaths of her family, merely reporting she was "out of the country."

Police reported that Sierra's Samsung Galaxy phone and iPad were missing although her gold earrings, necklace and bracelet were still on her body. Other reports said Sierra's i-Phone was also missing. Sierra had been beaten so bad her face was said to be unrecognizable. Police also said that although Sierra was only wearing a shirt and underwear, she had not been raped.

Sierra reportedly flew from Istanbul to Amsterdam and Munich before returning to Istanbul after which she disappeared. Sierra also reportedly was hanging around with a criminal element, according to the FBI. Sierra's travels and interests in her first trip abroad correspond to those of a DEA or other federal agent who was either a rookie or was using a new "cover" passport. The CIA and DEA also use "import-export" businesses, such as one importing "saffron" from Turkey, as covers.

Marshall's 2008 book,
False Flag 911: How Bush, Cheney and the Saudis Created the Post-911 World, is described as follows by Amazon:

From the flight deck of a Boeing 767, airline captain Philip Marshall pulls back the veil of deception surrounding the 911 attacks. In gripping, authoritative detail he recreates the hijacked flights, including all their technical challenges, exploding the myths behind official accounts of pilot training and tactical planning. His finding: the mission could not have been carried out by any known terrorist group. Explaining for the first time the hijackers’ mysterious trips to Las Vegas, where and how they could have been trained, and the document that actually states a political motive for the attacks, he finds abundant evidence implicating a nexus of Saudi officials, American contractors and, most unthinkably, members of the Bush administration. Analyzing 911 in terms of its original tactical plan, Marshall concludes that the attack partially failed, and that its failures could ultimately serve to bring the creators of the Post 911 World to light, if not to justice. 

Marshal's last book, published in 2012, The Big Bamboozle: 9/11 and the War on Terror, is described as follows:

From the perspective of a Boeing 767 captain and former "special activities" contract pilot, Philip Marshall straps the reader into the cockpits of hijacked commercial airliners to tell the story of the most sophisticated terrorist attack in history. Based on a comprehensive ten-year study into the murders of his fellow pilots on 9/11, he explains how hijackers, novice pilots at the controls of massive guided missiles, were able to beat United States Air Force fighters to iconic targets with advanced maneuvering, daring speeds and a kamikaze finish. But, as Marshall explains, the tactical plan was so precise that it rules out car-bombers and shoe-bombers known as al Qaeda, KSM and Osama bin Laden. So then, who was it? That's what you are about learn. Backed by official NTSB, FAA and black box recordings, Marshall finds the most capable and most documented group of conspirators buried deep within a Congressional Inquiry's report and retraces their work in gripping detail. Fasten your seatbelt--- the sad truth is that all of the solid evidence points to a dark collaboration between members of the Bush Administration and a covert group of Saudi government officials. This is a game changer that will finally set the record straight on the most horrific crime in US history. This book is a compilation of official reports that disputes the Bush Administration, the Bush Intelligence Community and the American media's account of the 9/11 attack. United States Senator Bob Graham's Congressional Joint Inquiry in 2002 revealed that Saudi Arabian Intelligence agents met the 9/11 hijackers in the Los Angeles in January of 2000, harbored them and led them to 18 months of flight training in Florida and Arizona. Marshall follows reports from FBI field agents that warned George W. Bush's Administration that a "cadre of individuals of investigative interest were engaged in flight training" in the Arizona desert in the spring of 2001. Marshall identifies three top federal investigators who complained that Dick Cheney obstructed justice by refusing access to suspects who supposedly confessed to the greatest crime in U.S. history. None of the federal investigators were ever allowed to verify the confession of Khalid Sheik Mohammed who had been water boarded over 180 times at Guantanamo detention facility. The book disputes the video and media confession of Osama bin Laden and points out that none of the accusations by the Bush Administration could be proved. Marshall asserts that the Saudi government was the true executioners of the 9/11 attack and framed their enemies while CIA special operations set up an elaborate decoy named Osama bin Laden to divert attention away from the Saudi operation. He follows the hijackers to flight training airports and finds that Saudi agents led the hijackers to the Arizona desert where Boeing 757 and Boeing 767 airliners were parked at a secluded CIA operated airport. The operators of the CIA airport were traced to suspicious insider stock trades on two airlines, United Airlines and American Airlines, the only two airlines used in the 9/11 attack. Marshall breaks down the tactical flight plan that was used by the hijackers and chronicles the actions of Condoleezza Rice, Donald Rumsfeld, Saudi Arabian Prince Bandar bin Sultan, Dick Cheney and George W. Bsuh to learn that their account of the attack was severely flawed. Three top investigators wrote that Dick Cheney had obstructed the investigation and redacted the involvement of the Saudi government agents who were employed in California by the Saudi Civil Aviation authority. The Congressional Inquiry reported that the Saudi agents had "seemingly unlimited funding from Saudi Arabia" and had traced the hijacker financial support to Prince Bandar through a Riggs Bank account. Finally Marshall chronicles the media trial that allowed Bush and Cheney to derail American Justice by trying the 9/11 case with media propaganda and away from the American federal court system.

Marshall also apparently knew CIA contract pilot, government informant, and drug smuggler Barry Seal, gunned down in his car execution style in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1986. Seal was preparing to provide evidence to federal investigators of Vice President George H W Bush's involvement in CIA cocaine smuggling and the Iran-contra scandal. Vice President Bush's personal phone number was reportedly found in the trunk of Seal's car. Seals murderer or murderers were never brought to justice. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Gary Webb documented the CIA drug smuggling activities in his book Dark Alliance. Webb was found dead in his Sacramento home in 2004 from two gunshot wounds to the head. The county coroner ruled the death a suicide.

Former Senator Graham's novel, Keys to the Kingdom, is about a retired senator from Florida named
John Billington who takes meticulous notes and tells a State Department intelligence officer about a Saudi connection to terrorism. Before he can provide any further details, Billington is run over by a black pickup truck, killing him. Billington is obviously Graham in the novel that points to a significant Saudi government connection to terrorism. The late Philip Marshall agreed with Graham's contention concerning Saudi links to terrorist attacks in the United States.

President Obama's policy on assassinating American citizens anywhere in the world has been authorized by what are called "elastic" Department of Justice criteria. Four Americans are now dead with Turkey being a common factor. Because of his policies, Mr. Obama now owes the nation a full explanation of "what he knew and when he knew it" every time an American dies from suspicious causes at home or abroad. The Marshall-Sierra deaths call for an immediate "what they knew and when they knew it" explanation from Mr. Obama and the architect of America's torture, kidnapping, and assassination policies, John O. Brennan, nominated by Obama to head the CIA.
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