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Just saw this book listed on amazon.com with a release date of December 30th. Looks very interesting:

http://www.amazon.com/Zenith-Secret-Expose...TF8&s=books

Hi Francesca,

According to publisher Sander Hicks, the Ayers book was delayed due to funding problems, which have been resolved. I'll believe it when I see it.

Reminds me a little of Lifton's book on Lee Oswald which has been promised for many, many years now.

Thanks for posting the link to Larry Hancock's new website. I hope Someone Would Have Talked receives at least a portion of the acclaim it deserves. I fear the major media will ignore it, by and large.

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Ayers approached me on advice of Fetzer. I had to dissapoint him.

Wim,

Is that a statement on the quality of the book?

Ron

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Is that a statement on the quality of the book?

I have read the manuscript. Unfortunately, it is little more than a reprint of "The War That Never Was" (the expanded paperback version published in 1980). It does include one piece of amazing information about a photograph of David Morales and Gordon Campbell. However, when I saw the manuscript it did not include the photograph. Ayers has made the identification of Campbell. In my view this could lead to legal action taken against the publishers.

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Just saw this book listed on amazon.com with a release date of December 30th. Looks very interesting:

http://www.amazon.com/Zenith-Secret-Expose...TF8&s=books

Hi Francesca,

According to publisher Sander Hicks, the Ayers book was delayed due to funding problems, which have been resolved. I'll believe it when I see it.

Reminds me a little of Lifton's book on Lee Oswald which has been promised for many, many years now.

Thanks for posting the link to Larry Hancock's new website. I hope Someone Would Have Talked receives at least a portion of the acclaim it deserves. I fear the major media will ignore it, by and large.

I wonder if the Sixth Floor Museum has any plans to stock it?

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This is a good book. I can recommend it.

It has all the usual suspects in it. Phillips, Shackley, Morales, Campbell, Roselli, Robertson etc ........

Althogh Ayers cannot tie them in to the assassination, it paints a clear picture before that, glueing them together.

I disagree. True he mentions all these characters but does not provide any information that links them to the assassination. I don't blame him for trying to get a late pay-day but I would advise serious researchers to ignore the book.

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This is a good book. I can recommend it.

It has all the usual suspects in it. Phillips, Shackley, Morales, Campbell, Roselli, Robertson etc ........

Althogh Ayers cannot tie them in to the assassination, it paints a clear picture before that, glueing them together.

I disagree. True he mentions all these characters but does not provide any information that links them to the assassination. I don't blame him for trying to get a late pay-day but I would advise serious researchers to ignore the book.

Thanks for the tip.

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I disagree. True he mentions all these characters but does not provide any information that links them to the assassination. I don't blame him for trying to get a late pay-day but I would advise serious researchers to ignore the book.

Well, the fact that Ayers cannot tie them into the assassination adds to his credibility. He was lower level , not part of their inner circle. But he puts them all there and describes their connections and how they worked together. The fact that Phillips was a regular visitor at JM/Wave ond obviously held a high position in covert operations is very interesting. Especially because Phillips does not mention a word about this in his biography and especially while he was stationed in Mexico at the time and especially because "researchers" as Dave Perry try to claim he had nothing to do with covert operations, was only a propaganda specialist.

We already knew that was bullxxxx anyway, because Phillips denies this himself in The Night Watch.

That Phillips was Michael Townley's controller is another gem.

This is the first book of someone with intimate knowledge on JM/Wave. Frankly I can't understand how you can recommend to ignore it. It adds greatly to the overall understanding how these men hated JFK and had the means and motives to plot his assassination.

Wim

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