Some thoughts on truth and recognition

AngleWyrm no_spam_anglewyrm at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 10 02:59:28 EST 2004


have urged a
lawsuit as far back as 1984 with both the Collier-Horowitz book
and the Davis book. I would have loved to hear how the two former
leftists had no idea that Priscilla Johnson was associated with
the CIA, had tied up Marina Oswald for years, and then issued a
tract on both Oswald and the assassination that James Angleton
himself would have written. I would have also loved to hear Davis
explain how he could have completely misrepresented the Church
Committee report to his readers. I would also like to ask him how
many people he thought would read the actual report versus how
many would pick up the paperback version of his book (which
features a blurb by Liz Smith). To me what these authors have
done at least suggests the "reckless disregard" rubric of the
libel statute.

To be fair to the Kennedys, it is hard to castigate a family
which has sustained so many tragedies. Andy Harland called up
Steve Jones after reading his article in The Humanist (Probe Vol.
4 #3 p. 8). He was an acquaintance of Peter Lawford's who talked
to him a few times about the assassination. Jones' notes from
that phone call includes the following:
  Lawford told him that Jackie knew right away that shots came
  from t





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