From: "David Martin"
Subject: Re: Conason versus Irvine
Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2003 18:40:19 -0400
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Because the URL line was to long and was wrapped when posted, it doesn't
work as a click-on. Essentially the same infomation can be found at
http://www.fbicover-up.com if you download the Miguel Rodriguez transcript.
Author, "Who Killed James Forrestal?"
"America's Dreyfus Affair, The Case of the Death of Vincent Foster"
"Upton Sinclair and Timothy McVeigh"
"Seventeen Techniques for Truth Suppression"
News group: alt.thebird
"David Martin" wrote in message
> "[Reed] Irvine no longer gets as much attention as in his prime partly
> because he has become a merchandiser of eccentric ideas. (He fervently
> believes that former Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr intentionally
> up the "murder" of Vince Foster, the Clinton White House deputy counsel
> committed suicide in 1993.) -- Joe Conason, "Big Lies, the Right-Wing
> Propaganda Machine and How it Distorts the Truth." p.36.
> "Eccentric," he says. More likely Irvine is being shunned because he has
> honed in on the truth that implicates all the participants in the
> Republicrat professional wrestling match. Check out this proof of the
> cover-up posted on Irvine's web site:
> ript.html .
> DC Dave
> Author, "Who Killed James Forrestal?"
> "America's Dreyfus Affair, The Case of the Death of Vincent Foster"
> "Upton Sinclair and Timothy McVeigh"
> "Seventeen Techniques for Truth Suppression"
> News group: alt.thebird