Brittany Murphy, Whistleblower, and the Government

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The Government, the Whistleblower and the Hollywood Starlet: Why a New Documentary Blames U.S. Deparment of Homeland Security
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When Brittany Murphy died back in 2009, many believed the actress’s abuse of prescription drugs and historic eating disorders were to blame. But now a controversial documentary claims her demise was far more sinister.
http://topprioritymovie.com/
DHS AGENT JULIA DAVIS:
http://www.examiner.com/article/new-allegations-brittany-murphy-s-death-case

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Brittany Murphy

New allegations in Brittany Murphy’s death case
June 10, 2012 By: Julia Davis
In an exclusive interview with the Los Angeles Homeland Security Examiner, Brittany Murphy’s father, Angelo Bertolotti and his attorney, Chance E. Gordon, Esq. raise new claims about missing court filings in the LA Superior Court Case No. BC476868. The lawsuit in question was filed by Mr. Bertolotti against the Office of the Coroner and the Los Angeles Police Department on January 11, 2012, seeking the release of specimens of Brittany’s hair and tissues. Deputy Chief Coroner Ed Winter publicly admitted that the Office of the Coroner did not conduct any testing for poisons and toxic substances. The LAPD collected Brittany’s hair samples, but did not test them either.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOgxbseXRMI
Angelo Bertolotti said, “How could anyone believe that it was natural for two young people [Brittany Murphy and Simon Monjack] to die months apart under identical circumstances, both of them experiencing severe stomach pains and vomiting immediately prior to their passing? No one bothered to conduct any testing for poisons or toxins. Both deaths were erroneously attributed to pneumonia and anemia. Later I was told that all specimens of my daughter’s hair and tissues were about to be destroyed, unless I paid to have them preserved. I did just that, but now we’re facing new roadblocks in my plight to have Brittany’s hair and tissues released and independently tested.”

Mr. Bertolotti’s attorney of record, Chance E. Gordon, Esq. added, “The Office of the Coroner and the Los Angeles Police Department have initially pledged their cooperation in this case, but now they are reneging on their promises, based on the court filings that have ignominiously vanished from the docket. I came onboard as Mr. Bertolotti’s legal counsel in this case on January 23, 2012. The proper form for Substitution of Attorney has been filed, time-stamped and accepted by the court. Since that date, I’ve issued several subpoenas in this case, with which the Defendants initially promised to comply. In addition to Brittany’s specimens, we’re seeking the release of evidence that could be potentially related to her untimely passing. We’ve subpoenaed The Hollywood Reporter with respect to the audio tapes in their possession, where Brittany Murphy and Simon Monjack have described helicopter surveillance and wiretaps perpetrated against them by the Department of Homeland Security. We’ve also subpoenaed the Department of Homeland Security with respect to the information related to the said surveillance and attempted deportation of Simon Monjack. Additional subpoenas went out to the Screen Actors Guild Producers Health Plan, regarding Brittany’s medical files.”

Chance E. Gordon, Esq. added, “The case was steadily moving forward. Suddenly, in June of 2012 the Clerk of Court asserted that the docket does not include the filing wherein I came on as Mr. Bertolotti’s attorney. Now the Defendants and those served with our subpoenas are laboring under the misapprehension that our demands for relevant evidence and information don’t have to be honored – when in fact they are valid and remain in full effect. I am at a loss as to why the Clerk of Court would remove our filing from the docket and furthermore claim that it was never filed with the court. Adding to this glaring error is the fact that Brittany Murphy’s last name was misspelled in the court’s databases, having been recorded as “Mijrphy”, presumably to prevent members of the media from locating this file through name searches. We will be taking further steps to address these discrepancies, to ensure that the case continues to move forward in Mr. Bertolotti’s pursuit of justice for his daughter, Brittany Murphy – in spite of the obstacles that stand in our way.”

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BRITTNEY MURPHY AND HER HUSBAND: POSSIBLY MURDERED BY DHS, SAYS DHS AGENT
http://youtu.be/feHbP4k_tdk
“Top Priority: The Terror Within” premiered at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences on May 16, 2012, followed by a theatrical release in New York and Los Angeles, despite ongoing efforts by the government and the mainstream media to silence this explosive documentary. This award-winning feature is now available on DVD.

National Security/Anti-Terrorism Expert, former Customs and Border Protection Officer Julia Davis was branded a “Domestic Terrorist” for exposing glaring shortcomings within the U.S. national security establishment. The film supports its powerful statement with incredible court rulings, hard hitting facts, video and audio recordings. There has never been a case of this magnitude, including a Blackhawk helicopter raid of the whistleblower’s residence with a Special Response Team, two malicious prosecutions and false imprisonments, four witness deaths, a Hollywood starlet, the mob working in concert with the Department of Homeland Security/Immigration and Customs Enforcement (DHS/ICE) to silence a brave truth-teller and her supporters.

Circumvent the mainstream media blackout and own a copy of this historical documentary that exposed a massive governmental cover-up, abuse of national security resources and a colossal waste of taxpayer dollars.
TRANSCRIPT OF NEWS INTERVIEW WITH DHS WHISTLEBLOWER AGENT JULIA DAVIS (CREATOR OF “TOP PRIORITY” DOCUMENTARY):

what do you say about a government that persecute also told the truth
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we hear so much to about anti government as if it’s
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about it
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i think that many of us here the phrase anti government and we envision some
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fringe elements of society lurking in the shadows
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but isn’t the government really a proper description
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of those it is used against
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police driving for legitimate unlawful government
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when a government that’s beyond the bounds of its legal character it ceases
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to be legitimate
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when it accel side of the law as we have seen recently in the fast and furious
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scandal
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it is no different than any other criminal organization with one powerful
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exception it maintains the caller all the allusion of legitimacy
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when governments allow unlawful conduct and use the power and control of
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government to cover up these unlawful past is exposing that corruption
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anti-government
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our next guest knows far too well
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about what big government may be capable of
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she was a customs and border protections officer who was falsely declared a
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domestic
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terrorist and subjected to retaliation of unprecedented proportions by the
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department of homeland security for simply doing her job
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or home was raided with a blackhawk helicopter anne twenty-seven man special
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response team she was twice falsely arrested and imprisoned full later
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exonerated
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and phone factually innocent
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national security experts julia davis is a producer of a historical documentary
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that dare to expose the truth
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top priority
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in spite of the government censorship and the mainstream media blackout
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this is the documentary uh… the government does not why you see
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julia welcome to the program when amazing story have first of all before
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we talk about your film the government had actually labeled the you as a
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domestic terrorists when you say that
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i think it is that why i resist sending anyone to born and that’s something like
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this could happen in america i would have never believed them
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but that once it happened and i started researching history
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out the way the government has been treating whistleblowers
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i started to see a definite pattern and um… tests at thomas jefferson said it
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is the duty of the patriot to protect his country from his government
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and when the whistle blowers try to get that
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they often become uh…
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targets themselves and get labeled with uh…
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all kinds of uh… names in my case it was a domestic terrorists
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no idiom of yours synopsis of your documentary
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top priority what’s it all about
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et
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at little industry out how i worked at the border
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and when i worked for the department of homeland security
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and i was working on a special team at that time
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mainly dealt with uh… issue is everybody applicants from
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either the mexican countries and specifically had to do with applicants
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from countries of special interests
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winter countries with links to terrorism
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and we had very specific alerts that are important to light independence day two
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thousand four of members of opec that we are planning to penetrate of the u_s_
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through our land borders with mexico
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and a border have crossing where i worked with us any cedar aboard crossing
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which is that the largest and busiest at lambeau report in the world
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and what specifically mentioned by you of radical muslim clerics
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as a great point of entry to breach because
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about sex and influx of people
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and also he has the tunnel where they specifically discussed it’s actually
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eighteen each of video from one of their medical clinics where they talked about
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walking across that border with the bombing that back
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and discussing different ways of upcoming approx
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so when we had this very specific alerts for fourth of july that and plan and
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that date
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as if they have special importance
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when i came into work place like that uh… to um… going through the
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paperwork to put it into a divine security databases
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which uh… in my capacity as a supervisor
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was something that i was i would need to do and i started to see that that we had
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uh…
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entries of people from jerry factories
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exactly on that date when we were expecting that’ll cut it would be trying
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to compress
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we had that total of twenty three people from various countries that were
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admitted in the u_s_
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and that that wasn’t a problem
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the number itself was already alarming because we would normally get mum
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more and then five to ten people in an entire month period here we had twenty
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three initial work ten hour spam but to make matters worse and none of these
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people where
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and subjected to any of their routine checks
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that we’re in place specifically for applicants from gary factories
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they were supposed to be fingerprinted uh… they were supposed to be asked why
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they left the u_s_ way they were coming back
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where they were living uh…
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all they say it different
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procedures that would have taken approximately an hour per each person
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now that it was done in some of the cases
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they didn’t even bother add fill out any of the people who work or copy
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eat there
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and documents that they present it to come into the united states
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so when i went to
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the court director i so that you as already informed about be suspicious
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activities
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since we’re on on high alert
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and but he wasn’t important and told me to take it to intel
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and when i go to an intel
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eyes nearly fell down what i find that closed-door badly albeit tel
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was given the day off so they could barbecue for a fourth of july
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understatement special importance
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so there was no one for me to report this to you
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i went back to poor corrector and he just wanted me to
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turn in the paper work to intel put it into their box let them get to it when
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they well
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comrade mandela however accepted if we encountered anything that could be
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remotely related to terrorism we’re supposed to notify joint terrorism task
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so you end up for director didn’t feel
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that you need to do that and that
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i believe that was solely because uh…
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they didn’t want to be embarrassed to say
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there’s no one on duty there’s no one watching the entry
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and this many people where admitted on this date
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uh… bob heightened security alert
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so when i got home that night and i was no longer have before directors orders
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i hate to catapult myself to contact the f_b_i_ just to let them know
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what was going on and give them this information so that they could look into
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it
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incase entire salamat penetrated the border
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and in my mind i wasn’t blowing the whistle i wasn’t doing any such thing i
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was just doing
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my job and also acting as a concerned american citizen
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to make sure that
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that uh… awhile intel is bar b q wing
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uh… nothing gets blown up within the united states by people that we’re so
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carelessly admitted
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across the border
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and from that point four of my life was never the same
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everyday at come into work i would find out that i’m being investigated for one
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thing or another
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he was always something ridiculous for example
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whether i had myself on with me at work or what i was doing
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on my and paid leave
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and that it was uh… just a campaign to you
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to get me buy it for any reason whatsoever because
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if they could do that
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than they did say she is a bad apple melanie still listen to her
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because look at that we investigating her and we’re going to fire her
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so that was rapidly underway in and that has a later found out
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what happened is sending or management was contacted by the former commissioner
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of customs robert bonner
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we’re started asking them for any derogatory information about julia davis
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because there were some beers by
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the f_b_i_ finding out what homeland security had done
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on fourth of july
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so they started to look for information to try to discredit me
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black bear wasn’t being
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baby see their response that i was not
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being investigated for anything
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so they decided to correct that and within two weeks i was the subject of
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the nineteen investigations
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and by the time wasted homeland security
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beware total of fifty four investigations which they were force to
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provide us with these numbers and information
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uh… regarding those cases
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and i was declared domestic terrorists and um…
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had my home rated was a blackhawk helicopter
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twenty seven men swat team
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and actually dated utilized more manpower and spend more time
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reading my home without a search warrant
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than they did on the bill hodgman’s compound
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and all his own this is really a dramatic story and
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it all started simply because you had a concern about
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people crossing the border and increased numbers have brought twenty three
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individuals as they were crossing the border
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twenty three individuals from terrorists
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known terrorists uh… related nation crossing the border on the fourth of
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july
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ands
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why were these standard
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security checks which would have taken an hour why were they not just
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implemented at that moment
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all wondering about that and i think there are two options
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wanted someone with just absolutely dearly at their duties
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but also
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if you look at planet industrial past those in the sound of the most corrupt
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and federal agency historically and uh… specifically and that border
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crossing
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even had a port director that was caught accepting bribes and letting people come
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across
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you know you legal aliens and that people with strikes
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solak
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at that point those out there
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via possibilities that uh…
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i’m thinking might have been involved and also there was intel that came out
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later
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back down
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and garib nationals before that date
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we are offering five thousand dollars per person
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for someone to let them and
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without uh… scrutiny so it’s very possible that someone took them up on
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that offer
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no was just tell you about depart of homeland security itself is a you keep
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your you are simply doing your job and then you find yourself in the subject
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uh… investigations by
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the people you work for words just tell you about
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the agency
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it makes me that so ulduar enteric
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is more a brochure aiding and that priority of the agency seems to be
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to target
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inside citizens and whistleblowers
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because then
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in my case and i’m sure in publicizing cases invade that um… they sent an
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airplane to volunteer it statement on video
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and ben
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imagine
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millions of dollars that were spent doing that they had eight
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agents out of time following me envelope in vehicles uh… airplane helicopter be
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used on start to listening to what was being said inside of our car and to
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track our communications south
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when you think about that
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this could happen to anyone
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if you say anything that homeland security doesn’t like
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aikido alleges all of these measures
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simply because they would stay in bed you are being suspected of and being a
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radical rb
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hangout domestic terrorists
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uh… in them
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lawsuit filings they were actually forced to provide
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some of the documents that revealed the reasoning
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behind my they called me a domestic terrorist
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and it said mclean on black and white
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that they consider
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julie days to be a domestic terrorists
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for derogatory statements
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egan in her filings and articles about the department of homeland security
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suspect that clearly qualify multitude of people
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to be designated domestic terrorists oriental judicial simply
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stating
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uh… facts about the parliament security in a in a filing
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a a paper filing with with the agency
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made then declare you domestic terrorists
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that’s what happened in my case
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and that they do it for a very strategic reason because they believe
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backtrack to that same area
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they are free from having to follow any lives
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that backed out with them
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you know the force them to follow the constitution because that they can use
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the patriot act
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they could do warrantless searches and seizures that they did with me
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wireless surveillance or that any court supervision
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so there’s a number of bad things that they could do is so and big
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domestic terrorists that have
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qualification sorry solos that
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probably ninety percent of the population would qualify as one it
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department of homeland security wanted to pursue them
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moved on top priority
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uh… the director asi thakar as well as yourself and others have had a lot of
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pressure put on since the actual releasing of the film
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uh… pure lab rate
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it’s and leon
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sag
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stores
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and that those stories and generated by the department of homeland security
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and um…
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pursued and that way and we’re still subject to surveillance site anti
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routinely promised pictures are bad
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people that are driving by our home and taking pictures of us
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oru just hiding in the bushes taking pictures so
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that continues and um…
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then there are all kinds of them electronic interruptions
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and uh… multitude of ways and um…
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acai arrests is stop writing all of us off orders
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and iraq’s evening audited
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attorneys that were involved
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in my civil cases and wet prevailed against the department of homeland
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security
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so they are definitely applying pressure in every way possible
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julia i find it interesting that critics of the film do not to dispute the facts
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of the film
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always saying things like this don’t distracts from the course story for the
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film does not serve the viewer nor subject hasn’t come out and refuted the
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actual facts as you’ve laid them out
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x and actually
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adjudged lacks in who presided over my lawsuit against the government please
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details the same fact says that the documentary does
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said that he was amazed at what the government is not denying in my case
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they cannot deny it because they have been caught red handed
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so now i have no one denied that a single back then
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we made sure that the documentary
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and would shell
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afraid to videotape deposition that media tv surveillance
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at port backgammon there was
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up for every one of our statements there was a documented or video or audio
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probing
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that it is so so it is essentially irrefutable and no one is denying that
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all of this didn’t happen
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julia what’s next for you i know you know the project in the works to tell us
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about that
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or what road projects
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uh… one of them and it’s called whistleblowers beyond told stories uh…
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which will be a t_v_ series
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where we will detail stories of whistleblowers from all walks of life
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and another project we’re working on his called braids
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and i will not be a witnesses in my case was britney murphy
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and her husband who um… after a stepping up in supporting my case were
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also subjected to helicopter surveillance and wiretapping
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and stay at relate to the hollywood reporter
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who published it in an article
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except no one believed her and
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that’s part of the reason why people
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falsely perceived her to be a drug user and that junkie
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and that she was not so
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brett will tell the true story uh… plant breeding murphy is like and the
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events leading to her there
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and the
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ownership british in her death
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have both brittany and her husband where
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found dead under identical and suspicious circumstances
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and actually we’re working with britney’s dead right now to finally get
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her remains properly tested
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uh… which they were never properly tested that both of their guest wages
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called and natural
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without
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even by the ring to see what caused them
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julia you seen the internal workings of thorough law enforcement
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the majority of folks do you work with and many others throughout government
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they do want to do a good job they wanna keep america safe but critics say that
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what you’re claiming is this a conspiracy theory that there is no dark
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underbelly in our government all-new few mistakes by well-intentioned servants of
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the people how do you respond that
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and apparantly good well-meaning people in our government
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unfortunately the bad apples happen to be alliance in positions of power and
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even as the administration’s chain
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and uh… politics are are played out the bells sab had some federal agencies
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and their subordinates remain unchanged and the agency’s have an entire system
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of dealing with their critics based on that the mallik manual
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going all the way back prior to the nixon administration
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so it’s a whole system and still can’t place and they’re connected to the media
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to silence certain stories
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there are also connected to a lot of course not where they can prosecute
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anyone with a select
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so um…
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instead probably not a conspiracy theory the only conspiracy theories that on the
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part of the government to silence it’s predicts what what kind of media
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attention have you received
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other than being on this program
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and ap kaam you com
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in nineteen eighty eight on the radio and our
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also ahead down
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bread and some great interviews and that
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uh… amfam intolerance and i saw that position they have sixty minutes m
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interviewed me actually at c_b_s_ then spent over eight hours at home doing an
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interview and then i just a couple of days before it was to be a red they had
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it pulled and i was uh…
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quietly told and that’s not to repeat it there that someone very high up did not
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want to hear and was applying
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a serious pressure to not having eric and that the same happened previously
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was that the big tobacco whistleblower jeffrey wigand where sixty minutes
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founded samuel but then never cared and until after the film where he was played
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by russell crowe came out the only then did they hear the interview so there is
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definitely been a push back and that the black how big a mainstream media they do
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not want this story told because
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it uh… connects to their friends in high place

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  • http://www.facebook.com/mary.coon.180 Mary Coon

    As a proofreader and someone who has listened to the interview with and about Julia Davis, I would like to state that although you kept on topic and more than proved the possibility for such a headline… you would have had much more reliability and backing in your statements if you had taken time to read the shoddy transcription of her interview which you pasted in your article for everyone to read. I don’t know if you are paying a third world transcriptionist but when working with such detailed and serious issues, I would recommend that you pay a native english speaker to do your transcriptions or if you are copying from another source, don’t count on their reliability without proofreading for yourself. The transcription when you read it and mentally replace the correct words bears out what you say. When read literally, it becomes a jumble of coherent phrases pasted together with words that clearly are unrelated or do not even exist in the english language.

    • http://www.thedailydigest.org TheEditor

      Thank you for your thoughtful and insightful input.

      This article was not written by one of our on-staff writers, but a writer that rarely does any work for us. I will be sure to let her know what shoddy work that she has done and I am sure that she will appreciate being publicly admonished for it.