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Jerry Bell, Jr. – “Unthinkable” 11/16/2013

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Jerry Bell, Jr. is an accomplished Portland, Oregon actor.  He’s worked on features (The Kill Hole:  2012,  South of Heaven:  2014, Highander:  Dark Beginning:  2013;  shorts (Ambrosia: 2011, The Day They Ran Out of Bullets: 2012, Jive Genie: 2012; and tv’s (Grimm:  2012-2013, Leverage:  2012).  He’s a Georgia native and moved to Portland to follow his acting passion.  He served in the United States Army which perfectly helped him with the character, Dallas, in “Unthinkable.  Dallas is proud of his country.  As a CIA Federal Agent he  has a passionate belief in protecting America.  Anyone who violates the code of honor and betrays the United States better watch out!!  He often leads his partner into precarious situations.  At family dinners there was a flag always within his vision.  He grew up being the best type of soldier, learning how to use weapons for war and how to get himself through the darkness of seeing his comrades die in battle.   He managed to get through it and move on!

Mr. Bell, states how great the director, Eric Stacey, is.  He allowed him to grow and develop as a character.  He set the stage for him to figure out the best way to portray Dallas.  With a small crew, Eric kept the production rolling.  Efficient and getting the work done on time is rare, but Eric did it.  And amazing food was prepared by Eric’s wife!!  Never underestimate how keeping cast and crew well fed leads to a happy team!  So, check out Jerry Bell, Jr’s IMDB page for more information!

“SECRET FUNDS” 03/31/2013

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Movies On A Mission has just launched a new crowd funding effort for AFFIDAVIT, the film that will once and for all put an end to speculation about the CIA’s use of drug trafficking to raise “Special Funds.”

What are “Special Funds” you might ask?  Those are the off-the-books funds which are not budgeted by Congress or the President to fund special operations, such as training and arming the Contras during Iran-Contra of the 80s and today may even include tens of millions in Corporate donations to favored political candidates.  The OSS began “Special Fundraising” during WWII in Italy with the help of Mafioso Vito Genovese, by cornering the market on heroin.  Ever since, drugs have been a preferred means to fund CIA super secret operations, and today, as Washington and Colorado have voted to legalize the recreational use of marijuanna, we believe it is time that the Government’s criminal hypocrisy come to an end.

No, we are not the first to take on this mission.  In August, 1996, the San Jose Mercury News began publishing Gary Webb’s articles, The Dark Alliance, which revealed spectacular details of an Army-CIA drug ring which sold tons of cocaine to the street gangs of Los Angeles.  Unfortunately, the SJMN publishers caved in to pressure from Washington and withdrew their support for the Webb articles.  Not surprising, as David Guyatt comments in the footnotes to his articles “Deep Black – The Secret Wars of the CIA” – “Don’t expect the major media to inform you of what is really going on in the world. They won’t. To paraphrase Walter Mattheu’s one-liner uttered to perfection in the movie JFK: “These dogs don’t hunt.” Least-ways not anymore. The old media “blood-hound” is, today, curled up on a rug in front of the salary fire. His muscles have wasted, his belly is full and his nose has forgotten how to twitch – and his arm twitching dreams are of earlier days.”

Our film, AFFIDAVIT, tells the story of PFC William Tyree as documented by affidavits sworn by Tyree’s commanding officer, Col. Edward P. Cutolo and US Army Criminal Investigator, William Wilson, who served as the Army Inspector General of the May Lai Massacre.

Tyree took part in two black Operations, Watchtower and Orwell, both initiated by Edwin Wilson.  Watchtower was to “establish a series of three electronic beacon towers beginning outside of Bogata, Columbia, and running northeast to the border of Panama.” With the beacons in place and activated, aircraft could fix on their signal and fly undetected from Bogata to Panama, landing at Albrook Air Station. All told, 30 “high performance aircraft” flew the covert route to Albrook.

More alarming still, are Cutolo’s and Tyree’s allegations concerning a black operation suitably named “George Orwell” which saw the return of Edwin Wilson.   During a meeting with Cutolo, Edwin Wilson explained that “it was considered that Operation Watch Tower might be compromised and become known if politicians, judicial figures, police and religious entities were approached or received word that U. S. troops had aided in delivering narcotics from Columbia into Panama.” Based on that possibility, Cutolo, formed twelve separate Special Action Teams (SATs).  Operation Orwell was tasked with implementing intense “surveillance of politicians, judicial figures, law enforcement agencies at the state level and of religious groups.”  The underlying purpose was to provide the “United States government and the Army” with advance warning of the of the discovery of Watch Tower to enable them to “prepare a defence.”

Bill Curtis produced a broadcast television documentary, “Murder At Fort Devens” in 1998.  The program explored the prosecution and conviction of William Tyree for the murder of his wife, Elaine.  The documentary explored only what was available to the public at the time.  Tyree’s pre-trial judge, Judge James Kiliam found Tyree innocent and expressed his suspicion that “forces unknown” were at work behind  Elaine Tyree’s murder and Bill’s subsequent conviction.

But today, armed with the affidavits of Col. Cutolo and Col. William Wilson, we know that PFC William Tyree was charged, prosecuted and imprisoned for a murder Col. Cutolo knew Tyree did not commit; a murder Cutolo conspired to falsely convict Tyree of in order to protect “National Security.”

How much longer, and how many more will be murdered, die accidentally or be discredited through incarceration so that poppies and cocca leaves can fund the secret wars of the CIA? Latin America was the secret CIA war following Vietnam.  Iraq and Afghanistan were next, both based on manufactured evidence.  We are still at war in Afghanistan.  How many more of our service peoples’ lives will be wasted based on wars generating “Special Funds” and on dark secrets protected by “National Security?”

There is only one thing we can do to stop this — for those who profit from “Special Funds” to be held accountable for the crimes they have committed. That is what  AFFIDAVIT is all about, to shed light on how this has happened and to reverse course on a military bankrupting a nation and its people. Will you support AFFIDAVIT?

We can only produce “AFFIDAVIT” with your help.  The film is crowd funding at www.usaprojects.org/project/affidavit.  Whether you are able to contribute twenty-five dollars or a thousand, every dollar is tax deductible and will finance a film dedicated to reversing a terrible wrong.

Eric Stacey,
Producer, Movies On A Mission, LLC