New Media Release on Philip Marshall case here.
Sgt. Chris Hewitt’s press release on the Philip Marshall case is now available to the public. The release is supposed to shed light on the evidence against Philip Marshall, who is accused by the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Department of a double-murder suicide. Allegedly, Marshall shot his two teenage children once in the head, shot the family dog in a bedroom, then shot himself on the right-side of the head, near the front door. The police claim the gun was upside-down when Marshall shot himself.
“The Glock handgun was sent to the California Department of Justice crimelab for fingerprint analysis, and is scheduled for DNA and ballistics examination (results pending on the DNA and ballistics). The fingerprint analysis positively identified Phillip Marshall’s fingerprints on the interior plastic carton of the ammunition box and the gun magazine. In regards to prints on the gun, DOJ lab analysts explained, “The only usable friction ridge impressions remaining in this case were two patent impressions appearing on [the] Glock 19 handgun. These patent impressions were visible on the slide area of the handgun upon the initial examination. The patent impressions lack sufficient quality and quantity of friction ridge detail for identification purposes, but are usable for elimination purposes. Subject Phillip Randolph Marshall could not be eliminated as the source of these two patent impressions due to similarities in ridge flow and ridge characteristics in agreement with his left thumb and left index finger.” The lab analysts for the Department of Justice specifically mention Marshall’s “left thumb and left index finger.” Then they explain how one could shoot themself with the gun pointed upside-down. The investigators also claim it’s normal for someone to shoot themself this way.
The report states, “The inverted positioning of the handgun is a natural body/arm posture of someone shooting themselves, and is consistent with him having shot himself.”
The media release states, “Phillip Marshall suffered a “point blank” gunshot wound to the right side of his head. Investigators determined the firearm was being held upside down as indicated by the muzzle impression found on Phillip’s head. The blood spatter and a lack of displacement or disruption found at the scene proved to Investigators that no other persons were in close enough proximity to have shot Phillip Marshall.”
The Toxicology Results
“Blood samples taken during the autopsies were sent to a toxicology lab for toxicology analysis. The results showed that Macaila had a .05% blood alcohol content and .32 mg/L of diphenhydramine (an over the counter antihistamine/sleep aid). Alex had a blood alcohol content of .03%. Phillip Marshal’s blood sample contained .08 mg/L hydrocodone (pain reliever/narcotic), .02 mg/L morphine (pain reliever/narcotic), and .80 mg/L hydroxybupropion (anti-depressant). Alcoholic beverages, including a bottle of whiskey and an open l2-pack of beer, were found inside the Marshall home.”
The intent of the extended media release is to put conspiracy theories to rest. Are you satisfied with the information released?
Dear Sheriff, Don’t Jump The Frog
I strongly believe Calaveras County Sheriff Gary Kuntz should make a public statement about the lack of evidence against Philip Marshall. Without a motive, a coroner’s report or paraffin tests, Philip Marshall was accused of shooting his two children and the family dog before turning the gun on himself. Mr. Kuntz, does it concern you that your officers came to the conclusion that Philip Marshall was guilty of a double-murder suicide within hours of finding the bodies inside the Marshall residence?
In related news, Dan Hennen and I sent some “feedback” to the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Department about the Philip Marshall case. You can too here.
Jumping The Frog
Did Philip Marshall reveal something he wasn’t supposed to? Pinal Airpark is a known CIA front, but Marshall also revealed that he still had connections “in the spook world” that provided him information. It’s possible Pinal Airpark was where some of the 9/11 hijackers trained for their suicide mission. It’s possible Marshall had information that would prove that the hijackers were trained at this airpark, but it’s not certain. What is certain is he was working on a fourth book and I’m sure somewhere out there someone either has a copy or has read it.
“I have some connections that remain in the spook world,” Philip Marshall told John B. Wells on Coast To Coast AM. “There’s a lot of contractors out there. Black Water is one of ’em. There’s quite a few other operations. So I was getting information from, it’s a pretty tight circle. Aviation’s a pretty tight circle in itself, but this particular strain of pilot, we keep in touch. Let’s just put it that way and I started getting hints of this Pinal Airbase from about three guys that worked in that field. I have to be very careful about that because they still provide information to me.”
Philip Marshall went to visit the airpark sometime between 2006 and 2007. He told John B. Wells, “There’s this airport out in the middle of nowhere, it’s a triangular airport that has three runways on it and there’s about a hundred airliners there in storage right now…”
Certain people at Pinal Airpark told Marshall that “many times people try to take pictures of that airport and they’ll send a car out there and confiscate the camera and all kinds of bad activities.” Visit The Big Bamboozle Facebook page to see the photos Mr. Marshall took on his trip to Pinal Airpark.
Marshall also told Wells that Pinal Airpark is a “long-time CIA-operated airport. There’s a lot of controversy about trying to shut it down years ago. People that are on the board of directors are CIA people. So it has a long connection. All the way back to Air America.”
Independent researcher Dan Hennen found a blog about three family members who went to the Marshall home on February 14, one day after Wayne Madsen witnessed someone breaking into the Marshall home. Dan Hennen found the information on Echkelon stating “two family members and a friend of Marshall’s estranged wife reportedly entered the home and rifled through drawers and boxes of papers in the garage in search of something. Forest Meadows Homeowners Association President David Turner was alerted to their presence and told them they had no permission to enter the premises. Turner also remarked that they “were making quite a mess.” According to a neighbor, the estranged in-laws claimed they were looking for bills that had to be paid.”
On March 20, Dan posted in the Facebook group Justice for Phillip, Alex and Macaila Marshall, “I was able to get through to David Turner today. He was the president of the association for three years, and is now the Treasurer. I asked him if he could clarify a little further into what happened that day when he had to tell the family members they didn’t have permission to be in the home…He responded with “I’m not interested in getting in to that.””
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