March 25, 2012 in Future
Could a lawsuit filed in Florida last week help clear the path for disclosure?
It could happen.
William (Bill) Brockbrader (aka Bill Wood) and Wolf Spirit Radio have been sued by Don Shipley. On the surface, the story appears to be about how one man’s business is impacting another man’s business.
Shipley, the plaintiff in the lawsuit, claims Brockbrader, and other people who pretend to be Navy SEALS, hurt his business called Extreme SEAL Experience, where he gives clients elements of SEAL training.
Brockbrader claims to be a former member Navy SEAL Team Nine, a team that supposedly doesn’t exist. His interviews created quite a stir in January when he talked about his military experiences in Iraq. He provided first-hand testimony of how the United States Government used tomahawk missiles to kill thousands of unarmed civilians during the time between the two Iraqi wars. Brockbrader believes these killings were designed to motivate Arab Terrorists to act against the United States.
He explained how he underwent training in Area 51 to enhance his psychic abilities. He said some of the sessions were led by ETs. He indicated he has other secrets to tell.
I suspect the lawsuit is an effort to keep Brockbrader from telling those secrets.
Brockbrader’s agrees. He says Shipley’s business is suffering because people are less interested in war; therefore, they are less interested in the training. It would be difficult to link Brockbrader’s actions to Shipley’s business failure.
These two links take you to two reports of the lawsuit.
This already compelling story takes on another interesting element when we realize who wasn’t sued in this lawsuit.
Wolf Spirit Radio wasn’t the original source for Brockbrader’s interviews.
Kerry Cassidy from Project Camelot Radio was the first to interview Brockbrader.
Cassidy has a litany of whistleblowers who will come to her support should she be sued. If the goal is to hide information by keeping Brockbrader quiet, suing Project Camelot will do the exact opposite. In fact, Cassidy has the forum and the sources to do hours of programming about black ops and clandestine activities performed by the American military.
In addition, Cassidy believes the lawsuit is an act in futility, “What this lawsuit is, in my view, is an attempt to prove the impossible… as the saying goes, “He asked if it was classified and he was told no, because you can’t classify something that doesn’t exist.”
It is all quite interesting because the lawsuit threatens to bring classified and controversial information into a public forum. Brockbrader has already indicated his has substantial evidence to support his claims. He has shown he is ready to discuss his past and provide personal details that most would prefer to hide.
I suspect he would be more than willing to discuss the details of his ET training, explain how he used psychic abilities, and disclose his other secrets in a court of law, on the record, and under oath.