Dead Man Rallies in Charlottesville
This photo of a protestor at the August, 13th Charlottesville, "Unite the Right" rally was published by the Daily Mail. He''s supposedy an "Antifa," demonstrator. This man is actually Brian J. Sadler, who reportedly passed away in mid July in Tallahassee, Florida. I used to work with Brian. He's a good guy. He apparently was shanghaied by some "chipsters," and his death faked. Sounds almost like the kind of thing that happened to me back in 2012 in Tallahassee.
Who would fake someone's death ? Chipsters who work behind the scenes for military defense contractors and the Federal Government. The goal is to create false flag incidents and influence public opinion.
Here's Brian's obit and several photos of him.
Brian Joseph Sadler
Brian Joseph Sadler of Tallahassee, FL passed away unexpectedly on Monday, July 17, 2017. Brian is the beloved husband of Kimberly Lynn (Murphy) Sadler and loving father of Ean, Alayna and Zenobia Sadler. In addition to his loving wife and children, Brian is survived by his parents, Sandra Lee Knight (Randy), his father Larry Sadler; his siblings, Geoff Sandler (Leah), Shannon Blanchard (Brian), Katie Keziah (Casey), Karis Antigo; his nieces and nephews, Christian, Jenna, Ryan, Brooklyn, Brandon, Cooper and Leighton; and multiple aunts and uncles.
Brian was born on June 2, 1975 in Wheeling, WV and grew up in Wellsburg, WV. He graduated from Piedmont High School in Monroe, NC and joined the United States Navy at the age of 21, graduating basic training in April of 1997. He was assigned to the USS RANIER, where he obtained his Enlisted Aviation Warfare and Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist insignia. He was assigned to NR CNE Det 108 at NOSC Tallahassee on February 11, 2003. He deployed to Manama, Bahrain from 2013-2014. Brian earned his Baccalaureate Degree in Information Technologies in 2011 and his Masters in Information Assurance and Security in 2017. He was proudly inducted in the Chief's Petty Officer Mess in September 2014 and in March 2017 was selected for promotion to Chief Warrant Officer. His awards include the Navy Achievement medal-gold star in lieu of five awards and the Navy Reserve Meritorious Service Medal. Brian served his country fully and faithfully.
In the civilian world, Brian worked as a System Project Consultant with the Agency for State Technology, with all his spare time devoted to his loving family. He enjoyed cheering on his favorite team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, while his wife cheered for their rival, the Baltimore Ravens. Brian and Kimberly were the perfect match from the start. Brian Joseph Sadler touched the lives of many and he will be sorely missed.
A memorial service will be held 2:00 p.m. Sunday, August 6, 2017 at Tallahassee Navy NOSC, 2910 Roberts Avenue. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Tallahassee State Bank, 3471 Thomasville Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32309, Account name - Kimberly Lynn Sadler (Ean B. Sadler, Alayna K. Sadler & Zenobia M. Sadler) Education Fund for Kids. Susie Mozolic of Bevis Funeral Home is assisting the family with their arrangements. (www.bevisfh.com 850-385-2193)