LAKEFRONT AIRPORT NEW ORLEANS. Philip Marshall.
LAKEFRONT AIRPORT NEW ORLEANS
LAKEFRONT AIRPORT NEW ORLEANS

LAKEFRONT AIRPORT NEW ORLEANS

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada: Big Easy Publishing (Trafford Publishing/Trafford Holdings), 2003. FIRST EDITION (NAP). Paperback. Trade paperback with minor shelfwear, but appears unread -- no read crease. "...Told from Marshall's point-of-view as a young pilot who finds himself involved with 'a daredevil DEA informant who has infiltrated the Medellin cartel and is simultaneously running illegal arms to the Contra rebels in Nicaragua.' ."

Appears to be a (thinly-disguised) "fictional" expose of the dark underbelly of American government, complicit in drug-running, murder, and if you dare to dig deep into the 911 morass -- mass murder -- its claimants historically all easily dismissable under accusations of "Conspiracy Theory" followers.

"...Philip Marshall was a CIA-connected pilot who flew for Barry Seal as part of "Iran-Contra". He published two popular and insightful books on 9-11 and one about the time when he worked for Barry Seal. He was in contact with senator Bob Graham and sending early versions of a new book about 9-11 to him when on 2 February 2013 he was found shot dead, along with his children and dog..." The official story claimed it to be a murder suicide but everyone who knew Marshall knew that this would be inconceivable -- he loved his children, coached little league, etc. Very Good Plus. Item #76656
ISBN: 1412009367

[He had said to his friends -- his private very close friends- and also to some members of the 9/11 community that he was worried that his family would be targeted by government agents and might face repercussions for his own activism and his outspoken opposition in challenging the official story on 9/11. “As a former operative in this group’s notorious covert missions, including Iran-Contra and the sting of Pablo Escobar, I recognized that this smoke rising over Manhattan might add a major piece to my large jigsaw puzzle of evidence.

Price: $850.00

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