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#1 Greg Burnham

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Posted 15 November 2014 - 11:06 AM

On Monday, I picked up David Mantik in Pacific Beach (a San Diego beach city) and drove to La Jolla so we could spend the day with our friend Noel Twyman. It is always a great pleasure to be in their company. Noel will be turning 90 in January. He is still very sharp. He told us that he has nearly finished re-reading his own book, Bloody Treason, to see if his conclusions still hold up after all these years. They do. He probably has as many taped interviews with Gerry Hemming as I or AJ Weberman do. We are in a unique club.


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#2 Jim Hackett II

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Posted 15 November 2014 - 01:35 PM

Mr. Twyman's book stands well to time and comparison.

Hope best of health to him.

 

My copy of Bloody Treason has many pages of notes stuck in it.

A positive keeper.

 

I have a hard time writing in or even highlighting passages particularly in books I place a high value upon.

But I keep my own pages stuck in the back for notes and comments.

 

A carry over from the way I was taught to respect printed books and such.

No dog ears allowed - get a bookmark.

Before I could read well I was allowed to peruse encyclopedia but I was instructed to wash my hands first.

I find myself suggesting the same conditions and as I was taught, never stifle curiosity most especially in the younger folks.

Jim


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Posted 23 November 2014 - 04:44 AM

I've read Bloody Treason three times cover to cover.

 

An engineer looks at the Crime of the Twentieth Century.







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