My interview with Wayne Madsen on the Philip Marshall assassination went viral, thanks to you loyal VT readers.
Wayne’s brilliant detective work has convinced just about everybody – six figures worth of readers plus millions of Coast to Coast listeners – that 9/11 truth author Philip Marshall and his two children were killed in a black ops hit.
But there’s still one guy out there who isn’t convinced, or at least pretends not to be: A self-styled “investigative reporter” from Berkeley named Lee Kaplan. An obvious low-grade Zionist flack, Kaplan was unable to provide a shred of evidence to support the official line that Marshall killed himself, his kids, and his dog. Instead, he spent the “debate” attacking me as a “conspiracy theorist.”
Kaplan’s murder case against Philip Marshall ran like this: Philip Marshall was involved in a divorce case, and his daughter once expressed anger against her father on Facebook.
Seriously – that’s it. That’s Kaplan’s whole case against Marshall.
I couldn’t believe my ears. My response:
“Well this is pretty hilarious. I don’t know where you got this guy, but this is about the lamest excuse for an attempt to debunk a conspiracy story that I’ve ever heard and I’ve heard a lot of them.”
Kaplan is over-the-top not only in his inability to argue a case (not that he had much of a case to argue) but also in his venomous hatred of yours truly. He seems to hate me almost as much as Kenneth Katzman does. Kaplan’s loathing may have been partly inspired by my latest screed excoriating Israel for dressing its kids up as the burning Twin Towers for Purim, among its many celebrations of its successful 9/11 operation.
Press TV is to be commended for bringing on such a wide range of opinion, ranging from Zionist extremists who hate “conspiracy theories,” to…er…people like me.