CIA killed the author of 9/11 and their two children

The former official of the National Security Agency USA, Wayne Madsen, has ruled out suicide of Philip Marshall (and two children), a researcher for the attack of September 11, 2001 in New York.

Madsen recently during a ceremony hosted by Kevin Barrett, the founder of the 'Alliance of Muslims, Christians and Jews', said it had concluded that Marshal and his sons were killed in a covert operation of the Central Intelligence Agency U.S. (CIA, for its acronym in English).

Marshall, Micalia daughter
 aged 14 and her 17 year old son Alex was found dead at his home on February 6 this year.

Madsen said Marshall himself, who had seen many covert operations, decided to disclose "certain mysteries".

Marshall was convinced that former U.S. George W. Bush scheduled the attack of September 11, 2001 to strengthen the position of the U.S. leadership.

In a recent interview with PressTV, Barrett stated: "Of course, here in the U.S., the safety of Americans has been set aside in favor of the Israeli community."

Barrett said "Looks like Philip Marshall was holding some kind of explosive information. And he intended to publish it on your next book."


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