Len Osanic of Black Ops Radio copied me on an email response to yesterday’s post about Lisa Pease’s criticism of me for referring people to John McAdams’s JFK Assassination Home page.
“Here is my reply in case he [Morley] doesn’t have the guts to leave it posted,” Osanic writes.
Not only will your comment be posted Len, but I am publishing it in its entirety. This doesn’t take guts. I’m glad to hear from you.
“What a pathetic reply from Jeff Morley.”
“First of all when you start a website named ‘JFK Facts’ don’t you think you should have some sense of the facts? For you to not be aware of John McAdams tactics reminds me of Robert Blakey thinking the ‘CIA won’t lie to me.’ And shows just how out of touch you are with the JFK research community.
“Your mission statement. ”The site is dedicated to improving media coverage and public understanding of JFK’s assassination.’ This is an insult listing John McAdams as any authority.
“How about you read Jim DiEugenio’s recent articles on John McAdams before asking people for donations for your website: ‘John McAdams and the Siege of Chicago: Part One and Part Two’ by Jim DiEugenio, with Brian Hunt. Here’s the link: http://www.ctka.net/2013/mcadams.html
“Jeff Morley could have asked any top 20 researchers from Mark Lane to Cyril Wecht what they know about the fraud of McAdams. But, with his head in the ground, claims to be unaware of McAdams’ reputation. keeping McAdams in the Best websites section.:”
“Lisa Pease’s letter should have embarrassed you to apologise to everyone still hanging around your site. You go on to praise McAdams high Google standing. I’m sure the Westboro Baptist Church have a good website too.”
“Jeff Morley – making non-sense of JFK’s assassination after 50 years.”
To which I say:
Thanks for your thoughts, Len, and the links. I was not aware of some of them.
I want to know what readers think about this dispute and what they would recommend for JFK Facts. I will respond substantively tomorrow.