posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 08:16 AM
Originally posted by camain
Since this guy gave his name, I'm sure he wouldn't mind giving us the full headers of the email. This way we could see the sending IP, and verify
that it is infact in a norwegian IP.
I've seen a lot of Bill and Kerry's work before. My take on them is that they are well meaning and generally probably to be supported in their work,
but their approach is far more naive and unanalytical than is helpful to the cause.
Unfortunately, to accept a testimony like this as true until proven false is to go the wrong way about it. On these boards we seek to build up
evidence of a given subject before we promote it as gospel - their approach is to accept that their interviewee is telling the truth and just ask them
for their fabricated life stories. There's not much analysis or cross-examination that might help us build up any real evidence.
Dan Burisch has been interviewed by Ryan I think more than once. A lot of people believe that some of what Burisch says is true (though unfortunately
I understand a lot of what he says is demonstrably not) - and he's the perfect case in point where the interview would be more useful to students of
such matters if it had been more questioning and less awestruck.
However, the John Lear interview is particularly good for a relatively recent (correct me if I'm wrong, Mr Lear) picture of the man behind the
Stuff like this, a random e-mail printed without substantive sourcing or back up (I'm afraid the photos are not enough), significantly damages the
authority of their pursuit, in my opinion.