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Brandon Lee, son of martial arts star Bruce Lee, is on the brink of fame. Following the success of “Rapid Fire” (1992),
he is set to star in a series of films based on James O’Barr’s graphic novel, “The Crow”.
Coincidently, Lee’s life is similar to the Eric Draven-crow character. Both are young, rising stars. Draven is a rock singer (album titled: Hangman’s Joke) and he’s engaged to Shelly Webster – played by Sofia Shinas.
In real life, Lee is a rising, young actor and he’s engaged to Eliza Hutton.
Both men are murdered.
Brandon Lee is shot in a scene when Eric Draven is killed bringing home groceries. (Note: This film was destroyed after being examined by the police. It was re-filmed later using a double.)
The most important piece of evidence in the death of Brandon Lee is a .44 slug removed from his spine. The autopsy proves that Lee was, in fact, not killed by a homemade blank cartridge or by a metal bullet tip left behind in the barrel of the gun. The .44 magnum revolver had been loaded with live rounds. This means murder.
Nevertheless, the mainstream media continues with their “official” story on how Lee was accidently killed on the set of “The Crow” with an ad hoc dummy cartridge and part of a bullet left behind from a previous close-up. In other words, the MSM is a participant in the cover-up because the media itself is run by those who had him killed.
“The Crow” (1994) is loaded with Illuminati imagery.
Probably the only other movie to have more in-your-face symbolism would be “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus” (2009.)
“Imaginarium” is another Illuminati film, starring the late Heath Ledger, who (Guess What?) died before its completion. (Found dead by an Olsen twin.)
March 31, 1993 – The Fatal Scene.
Actor Michael Massee (Funboy), I believe did not know what was really happening.
He said the scene was changed at the last minute. He was suddenly handed the gun and told to swing around and fire at Lee when he enters the apartment. Lee enters, holding two bags of groceries, discovering his fiancée being raped by a gang of thugs. Funboy shoots, Lee/Draven is shot. The scene continues with actor David Patrick Kelly as T-Bird.
They argue. Lee tries to signal that he’s actually shot, but no one hears him. When the scene is over and he doesn’t get up, the crew realizes what’s happened. Lee is rushed for emergency surgery, but the damage is done. He is dead some twelve hours later.
“The Crow” is completed using digital effect and body doubles. (Another Illuminati theme – twins.) It’s dedicated to Brandon Lee and Eliza Hutton.
Since then, there have been sequels and a TV-series; however, none has come close to that initial greatness. Greatness lost at the hands of Hollywood’s death cult – a secret society no one in the media wants to admit exists.
Oddly enough, Bruce Lee’s character is shot in a movie scene gone wrong in “Game of Death”. Link below…