posted on Oct, 17 2008 @ 07:31 AM
The really sad thing here is that Camelot used to be a genuinely interesting site, interviewing people in a balanced, analytical way. It was that
balance that allowed me to bypass the fact that they had a bad track record of being taken in by hoaxers and frauds (for those that don't know, Bill
Ryan was previously responsible for the Project Serpo site, they've also interviewed the likes of Dan Burisch in the past), because they approached
each new topic with a fresh eye and as responsible journalists.
Indeed it was Camelot, via John Lear, who led me here to ATS.
What disappoints me now is the leading nature of the questions, the campaigning nature of the site, and the naive, unquestioning belief in so-called
experts who have no basis for claiming to have expertise. This interview is another example of just that.
The redeeming thing as far as I'm concerned is that I'm quite attracted to Kerry Cassidy.