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“Top Priority: The Terror Within” Premiers on DVD

Top Priority, All Lights Film Magazine, ALFM

 

Top Priority: The Terror Within” the most controversial documentary of this year produced by Fleur De Lis Film Studios which reveals the hidden agendas and corruption of US customs division is now available in DVD. The film had premiered at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences on May 16, 2012, followed by a theatrical release in New York and Los Angeles, despite ongoing efforts by the government and the mainstream media to silence this explosive documentary.

Incorporating dramatic re-creations, computer simulations, hysterical graphics and the seemingly incessant sound of helicopters, "Top Priority" tells the story of Julia Davis, a Ukrainian immigrant-cum-U.S. Customs officer stationed at the San Ysidro border-crossing in San Diego. There, Davis reported a seemingly critical lapse in security that occurred July 4, 2004: Twenty-three citizens of "special-interest countries " -- aka terrorist nations -- managed to cross into the United States without the required interrogation or paperwork, at a time when Homeland Security had fixed the Fourth of July as a likely time for an Al Qaeda encore to 9/11.

What Davis set off, allegedly, was not a tightening of security or even a search for the 23 dubious visitors, but a desperate bureaucratic effort to avert a PR disaster. That effort led to Davis being declared a terrorist threat, investigations that continued even after she quit her job and her Yucca Valley home was raided by Black Hawk helicopters and a battalion of special federal agents.

No one -- including the seemingly scurrilous ICE investigators Herbert Kaufer and Jeffrey Deal -- denies that the raid took place (the Kaufer-Deal depositions are part of the film's large archival reservoir). What they don't talk about, at least on camera -- and what Davis' lawyer never seems to have asked -- is why such efforts were made to go after a relatively insignificant figure such as Davis, or, for that matter, what exactly she was charged with. Surrounding the reams of unreadable documents that appear onscreen and are meant to bolster the Davis case is a swirl of foggy facts, random charges and shadowy implications.

These include the suggestion that the death of actress Brittany Murphy -- and, a year later, her husband Simon Monjack -- were both a result of their having been tangentially involved in the Davis case. The Hollywood Reporter also takes a shot from Akbar for having pooh-poohed the Murphy-Monjack claim that they were being surveilled by government agents. That a neighbor of Davis' in Yucca Valley also turned up dead, a year after videotaping those Black Hawk helicopters, certainly adds fuel to a very smoky fire.

 

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