posted on Dec, 9 2007 @ 06:40 PM
"Waiting" for a reply from Johnston allows him to have veto power over any criticism of his claims, in effect.
He starts out by making claims. They are repeated in Dark_Misssion.
I do some investigation, and dispute those claims.
Bara, replying on behalf of Johnston, posts 'certificates', none of which refute my disputation.
Bara makes claims about me that are demonstrably false:
1. I was a colleague of Johnston's during Apollo and knew all his claims were valid. False.
2. Consequently my asking questions about those claims is an unethical personal 'attack' on Johnston, a smear. False and defamatory.
3. I contacted NASA JPL's 'Solar System Ambassador' program, on the instigation of the dark forces, with a demand that Johnston be expelled from
the volunteer program ("fired"). False and defamatory.
4. Had I not raised those credentials questions, NASA would never have caught on the Johnston had 'spilled the beans' to Hoagland in his book.
Even when directly challenged, Bara/Johnston fail to produce any evidence Johnston had authority over unique Apollo photo archives.
Even when directly challenged, Bara/Johnston fail to produce any documentation that Johnston earned a real "PhD".
Even when directly challenged, Bara/Johnston fail to produce any documentation Johnston ever graduated from, or even attended, military flight school.
Instead, the produce documents which show quite the opposite, while claiming that the documents show support for his claims.
They've made their best case, in attempted rebuttal of investigation results demolishing their original claims. It's time for a presumption of
evidence to lead to preliminary conclusions -- not time to call 'time out' until Johnston comes up, if ever, with something better.
When he ever does, the evaluation of the conflicting claims can be reassessed. Keep in mind that the longer time he has to respond, the longer time he
(or an associate) has to arrange bogus documentation.
If he HAD real documentation, seems to me he could have -- and would have -- posted it on Bara's blog weeks ago. The absence of any such posting
should be indicative of something -- not proof he deserves an indefinite 'time out'.