A reader’s defense of Black Op Radio
Mark de Valk, editor of Dealey Plaza Echo, the journal of JFK assassination researchers in the United Kingdom, writes in defense of Len Osanic.
“May I also add voice to the JFK research communities’ overall support of Len Osanic’s ‘BlackOp Radio’ website and archive. Len has worked tirelessly (producing a weekly show) since 2000 to promote, and provide a platform for, JFK researchers (and witnesses) to disseminate, discuss and debate their findings. May I also add that Len spent a considerable amount of time with Col. Fletcher Prouty and has produced a dynamic archive of Prouty’s recollections, anecdotes and reflections. “
“I would urge you to view the archive and contemplate it’s relevancy; surely a reasoned student of the case and studied truth-seeker would see BlackOp Radio as one of the most prodigious of sites, providing relevant and useful evidentiary accounts and material aimed at informing the public, whether novice or seasoned researcher.”
Dr. Mark de Valk
Editor Dealey Plaza Echo