"Top Priority: The Terror Within" comes out on DVD on 12/12/12

“Top Priority: The Terror Within” 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. This award-winning feature is now available on DVD.

National Security/Anti-Terrorism Expert, former Customs and Border Protection Officer Julia Davis was branded a “Domestic Terrorist” for exposing glaring shortcomings within the U.S. national security establishment. The film supports its powerful statement with incredible court rulings, hard hitting facts, video and audio recordings. There has never been a case of this magnitude, including a Blackhawk helicopter raid of the whistleblower’s residence with a Special Response Team, two malicious prosecutions and false imprisonments, four witness deaths, a Hollywood starlet, the mob working in concert with the Department of Homeland Security/Immigration and Customs Enforcement (DHS/ICE) to silence a brave truth-teller and her supporters.

Circumvent the mainstream media blackout and own a copy of this historical documentary that exposed a massive governmental cover-up, abuse of national security resources and a colossal waste of taxpayer dollars.

Top Priority” is a remarkable film that’ll make you question your leaders…”

~ Phoebe Gallagher, Moviehole.net

“This is an outstanding movie – one that exceeds every other modern documentary I’ve seen.”

~ Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer

“I summed my review up in one word. Wow!”

~ Mike Smith, MediaMikes.com

“The duty of a patriot is to protect his country from its government.”

~ Thomas Paine

Buy the DVD of "Top Priority: The Terror Within" here: http://TopPriorityMovie.com/

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