“The local sheriff’s department quickly concluded that Phil Marshal’s shot his two children and his dog and then himself , however the investigation had not been fully completed when they made that determination,” Madsen, who has conducted on-site investigation into the incident, told the U.S. Desk on Wednesday.
“And then the sheriff allowed the crime scene to be cleaned by professional cleaning personnel,” he added.
Earlier in February it was reported that Philip Marshall, former airline pilot and author of “The Big Bamboozle: 9/11 and the War on Terror”, had been found dead inside his home alongside his two teenage children and the family dog. All had sustained gunshot wounds.
Authorities claim it was “murder suicide”, but while writing the book, Marshall believed that his life was in danger because of the allegations he was making in the book.