Skule Antonsen, the driving force behind the movie “100 Years of Evil” imprisoned
During the filming of our documentary, a series of unfortunate events occurred that led to Skule Antonsen being sentenced to 218 years in US prison. The judge did not take into account that our investigation uncovered a far reaching conspiracy that affects all of our everyday lives.
The hearing raised serious questions regarding the fairness of the trail. The judge, T.K. Wellington, dismissed several of the defense’s witnesses, and cut the hearing short. Apart from a candidly shot cell phone video of Skule shortly before being transferred to a high security facility in Texas, there has been no communication from him.
We’ve made several requests to get further information about the fate of Skule, but so far we’ve only received this statement from the prison administration: “We have no records and no knowledge of the imprisonment of a Skule Antonsen at this facility”. One of the guards at the prison disclosed that he saw the name S. Andersen on a transport manifest, but that Skule wasn’t on the transport.
Further investigation of the judge T.K. Wellington, reveals that after the trail, he suddenly resigned as judge and relocated himself and his family to Alabama where he now works as teacher at a small university in the town Mobile. Was he pressured to perform an unfair trial?
Skule fought for finding the truth about Adolf Hitler no matter what. While shooting “100 Years of Evil” we were frequently exposed to pressing situations, experiencing everything from assassinations to deportation. But Skule believed that this film was the most important project of his life and did not hesitate to continue even when facing the gravest of obstacles and dangers.
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