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Barry Seal Channeled by Karl Mollison 15May2018
Barry Seal was born July 16, 1939 in Baton Rouge. LA
to Mary Lou (née Delcambre) and Ben Seal, a candy
wholesaler. Seal began flying as a teenager. According
to his flight instructor, he was a naturally gifted pilot.
He earned his student pilot certificate at 16 and a private
pilot’s certificate at 17. He was a natural born pilot.
In December, 1962, Seal joined the 21st Special Forces Group
and attended the Fort Benning Jump School. In May 1963 he
was assigned to company D Special Operations Detachment of
the 20th Special Forces Group Airborne. Seal also seems to
have been involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
According to his wife, Deborah, “Barry Seal flew a getaway
plane out of Dallas after JFK was killed.”
In 1964 Seal joined the 245th Engineer Battalion based in
St. Louis. He left in 1966. Soon afterwards he went to work
for Howard Hughes and the TWA Corporation. According to his
biographer, Daniel Hopsicker (Barry and the Boys), Seal
“becomes first the youngest 707 Captain, and then later
the youngest Captain of a 747.”
In 1972, Seal was arrested in New Orleans and accused of
sending C4 explosives to anti-Castro Cubans in Mexico. A
DC-4 was seized at the Shreveport Regional Airport loaded
with almost seven tons of plastic C-4 explosives. Murray
Kessler were also arrested with Seal. Kessler’s partner,
Manny Gambino, was kidnapped around the same time and his
corpse was later found in a New Jersey garbage dump.
Seal hired William Bottoms, his ex-brother-in-law as a
pilot and from 1980 on, Bottoms was the main pilot in Seal’s
smuggling, while Seal oversaw planning and operations.
Seal later began working for the Medellín Cartel as a pilot
and drug smuggler. He transported numerous shipments of
cocaine from Colombia and Panama to the United States and
earned as much as $1,300,000 per flight.
After successful runs at his home base in Louisiana he moved
operations to Mena Intermountain Municipal Airport, an airport
facility in Mena, Arkansas the notorious location for the trans-
shipment of drugs, guns and cash.
Seal made contact with George H. W. Bush. He then appeared
before a secret session of Bush’s Task Force on Drugs in
Washington where he testified that the Sandinistas were
directly involved in drug trafficking into the United States.
Seal claimed that the Medellin Cartel had made a deal with t
he Sandinistas, awarding them cuts of drug profits in exchange
for the use of an airfield in Managua as a trans-shipment point
Found guilty of two drug felony convictions, Seal was sentenced
to six months supervised probation. A condition of the sentence
was that he had to spend every night at the Salvation Army half-
way house on Baton Rouge’s Airline Highway strip. Judge Polozola
barred him from carrying a gun or hiring armed guards. Barry Seal
told his friends “they made me a clay pigeon”.
Barry Seal was not afraid of the Colombians because he had not
implicated senior members of the organization. Seal was more
worried about his contacts within the US government. This view
is supported by Lewis Unglesby, Seal’s lawyer. He confirmed that
the man Seal was willing to testify against was George H. W. Bush.
The day of the assassination, February 19, 1986 one of Seal’s
friends, Russ Eakin, observed the killing. “I saw Barry get killed
from the window of the Belmont hotel coffee shop. The killers were
both out of the car, one on either side, but I only saw one shoot,
cause Barry saw it coming and just put his head down on the
What about drugs? What about money? What about high level mind-control
in the drug and government business? Who is doing that?
Barry now, as a Light Being, is able to tell us …
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