VIA| The screenwriter for a movie about the totalitarian takeover of our nation, 29-year old Army veteran David Crowley, along with his wife and 5-year-old daughter were found dead this past Sunday morning in their Minnesota home in an apparent murder-suicide.

The film, which has yet to be finished, was called Gray State and featured controversial topics such as FEMA camps, martial law and RFID chips.

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Currently looking at the case is the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, the Dakota County Sheriff’s Office are the Apple Valley Police Department with the investigation.

Investigators have confirmed that they are treating the deaths as ‘suspicious’.

Twin Cities director and filmmaker Paul von Stoetzel stated of  David Crowley “He’s been one of my best friends since high school.” Von Stoetzel also stated that the couple had a “great marriage.”

One of the actors in a trailer for Gray State, Charles Hubbell, described Crowley as level-headed and destined to succeed.

“He seemed more grounded and focused than would lend itself to anything chaotic,” Hubbell said. “The entire time I worked with him there was nothing aggressive or chaotic or strange or abnormal. He was one of the ones I was hanging my hat on, one who was going to succeed.”

Would this man, a well-respected and seemingly grounded person with a great marriage who had been working on a film for years to expose the incoming communist regime really suddenly snap and kill his family and himself?

Conspiracy theorists would certainly say no. And, if they are right, it is likely that Crowley was not only silenced for his attempt to warn others on the impending  totalitarian takeover of our nation, but he was also made an example out of by the psychopaths bringing in this brutal oppression who would seem to want to say “Mess with us and we will take out your entire family.”

There are plenty of others just like Crowley out there, if we start to see more suspicious deaths, that message may become loud and clear.