Star Whackers...http://www.vulture.com/2011/03/randy_quaids_hot_new_single_st.htmlRandy Quaid’s Hot New Single, ‘Star Whackers,’ Explains Everything
By Amos Barshad
As previously established, Randy Quaid and his wife Evi think an evil cabal of assassins known as "star whackers" are out to, you know, whack them
. This is, understandably, a tough assertion for the masses to accept. It doesn't mean it's definitely not true, of course — more often than we'd care to acknowledge, claims that at first sound like wild-eyed conspiracy theories do end up containing at least a kernel of truth.
The problem is, Randy and Evi aren't necessarily the best ambassadors for the "star whackers" theory
: Their biggest platform to defend the allegations, a lengthy profile in Vanity Fair, ended up just making them sound even crazier than before. So what do you do when the whole world is turning a blind eye to truth? Randy Quaid knows: You co-opt that sadly ignorant world's ingrained communication channels.
Herewith, Randy with his band the Fugitives, rocking the hell out of his new radio jam, "Star Whackers."
You get it now, yes?http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7025373nRandy Quaid Running from "Star Whackers"
November 5, 2010 5:23 AM
Exclusive: Maggie Rodriguez speaks with fugitive actor Randy Quaid about his run from the law in the U.S. and his theory that "star whackers" are trying to ruin him
.http://articles.nydailynews.com/2010-11-01/gossip/27079870_1_evi-drug-overdose-celebritiesRandy Quaid and wife Evi fear 'star whackers' may kill Lindsay Lohan, Mel Gibson, Dennis Quaid next
BY CRISTINA EVERETT
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
Monday, November 01, 2010"I genuinely feel these people are trying to kill us,"
Evi told "Good Morning America" Monday. "We are refugees . we are Hollywood refugees."Randy, 60, denied that he and his wife were on drugs or are mentally unstable
"To have my integrity and my reputation so denigrated so mercilessly - why?" the Oscar-nominated actor said. "Why would somebody want to do this to me?"
As for their current problems, the pair says a deadly group, who they refer to as "Star Whackers," is attempting to kill them for their money."They follow us, they tail us,"
Randy said. "They tag our cell phone, they hack our computer."
He added, "We're not faking it. We're confronting it."
Evi, 47, said their alleged assassins
could be "an estate planner who would make a living trust and a county that could cash Randy's royalty stream forever
.""They are business men," she continued. "It's the mafia, it's organized crime."
The couple, married since 1989, also claimed that other celebrities may be in danger, including Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears and Mel Gibson
."I think he was drugged
. I think he was slipped a Mickey," Evi said of Gibson.
Even more bizarre, the two attribute the deaths of celebrities such as Heath Ledger (who died from a drug overdose) and David Carradine (who died from accidental asphyxiation) as "flat out fraud
.""It's possible for people to gain control of every facet of your life,"
he said, adding that he's messed up his relationship with his younger brother, actor Dennis Quaid, who has asked Randy to seek therapy.
[ Now look what happened to Whitney Houston?
] Randy Quaid Official Statement on Star Whackershttp://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7025373nRandy Quaid Running from "Star Whackers"
November 5, 2010 5:23 AMhttp://www.chron.com/life/article/Houston-native-Randy-Quaid-says-he-was-forced-out-2080691.phpHouston native Randy Quaid says he was forced out of U.S.Quaids say corruption drove them out of U.S.
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Published 05:30 a.m., Sunday, July 24, 2011
LOS ANGELES — Randy Quaid says he would like to return to the United States one day, but he and his wife, Evi, still fear they are being persecuted by California prosecutors and tabloid media.
Although U.S. officials recently refused to seek extradition of the actor and his wife from Canada to face felony vandalism charges in Santa Barbara, Calif., authorities in the coastal town say they'll still have the couple arrested if they return to the states.The Quaids, who have missed several court appearances in the case, claim they are the victims of corrupt forces and are demanding an investigation."I feel like we've been driven out of the country and that the door's been slammed behind us," Quaid, a Houston native, told The Associated Press in a phone interview from British Columbia on Friday. "And for what, these phony little trespassing, vandalism charges? Santa Barbara can sleep better tonight knowing the Quaids are out of their hair."
The Quaids’ attorney later elaborated in a prepared statement from the couple to the press that was chilling in its straightforwardness: “Yes, we are seeking asylum from Hollywood star whackers.”I find this interesting in that a bond usually needs 10 percent down and assets behind it and so they put up 100,000 for the bond and are willing to forfeit 1 million not to answer charges.:http://www.countyofsb.org/DA/msm_county/documents/Quaidspr.pdf