I guess, then, that we can skip the FBI and Secret Service reports of
witness statements, being hearsay and all.
"John McAdams" marquette.edu> wrote in message
>>Thomas Edward Beckham is certainly a colorful figure. Debate about him
>>ranges far and wide. Was he a con man? Was he for real? Why did he lie?
>>Do we know when he is telling the truth?
>>This curious character plays a central role in Mellen's long-awaited book
>>AF2J. One would think those on the net would be allowed to examine
>>objectively the various aspects of his character and experiences, in order
>>to determine for ourselves his credibility and value.
>>But John, in his inimitable WC apologist style, has managed to create a
>>page for AF2J that attempts (of course) to diminish the significance of
>>the book in general and, in particular, create the impression that Beckham
>>does not deserve to be believed:
>>But then, should we believe John?