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Sat Dec 11 15:28:44 EST 2004


" In
fact, he was the first person to identify Ruby. He then began
interviewing witnesses and got especially close to Ruby's
lawyers. The authors are especially thankful to Elmer Gertz, the
same Gertz who has been revealed in the last two issues of Probe
as a lawyer for CIA agent Gordon Novel whose attorneys were
"clandestinely remunerated" for their services. Gertz also wrote
a book on Ruby. It is an equally gaseous whitewash that also goes
out of its way to attack the critics, again singling out Mark
Lane.

To make the picture complete, in his prologue to the Exner book,
Demaris writes about his new task at hand:
Legends are not easily surrendered. The press will fight to
preserve its manufactured illusions, its Camelots and Good Ships
Lollipop, and God help anyone who inadvertently threatens them.

God, or rather the Washington Post and a good review from the New
York Times, helped them to the tune of over 145,000 books sold,
including a mass market paperback sale. Demaris later adds,
characterizing the book's approach:
  She has a story to tell that is unique, and I would gladly
  topple all the Camelots, and King Arthurs, or Si





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