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    Strange....just did a search under 'Albarelli obituary' and Albarelli death' and none related to this Albarelli.....yet people who knew him have verified he died.

    Nicole Albarelli's post on Facebook:
    It is with great sadness and a ripple of broken hearts that I announce the death of my Father HP Albarelli. I held his hand when he took his last breath yesterday at 5:45 pm. The day of the Rising Strawberry Moon. He was surrounded by family. His memory and legacy will live on in so many ways. And please be rest assured that his wild spirit remains alive and strong in myself and my brothers Damien and David and most especially in his grandsons Ashton Sky & Dylan Jackson (his spirit twin). Look up at the full moon tonight. He’s there shining down on us.
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  2. #32

    Default Hank Albarelli In Memorium

    How can big corporations get away with this type of stuff? And there have been many people posting on this site who defend Skyhorse.

    Skyhorse "pleads honesty" when they never have a book which is worth anything in terms of JFK truthfulness or new revelations.

    They brag on publishing Mark North. But the Mark North book on J Edgar Hoover proved absolutely nothing. The Garrison books are not ground-breaking. Mark Lane did nothing but to claim that the Warren Report was phony. He did not name the real culprits. He apparently never had a clue as to the real culprits.

    I know that my book The Three Barons was rejected in both its early 230 page form by Skyhorse and again in the final 550 page form. The best books, like mine, like General Walker...by Dr. Jeffry Caufield, Peter Dale Scott books, the controversial Judyth Vary Baker books, the Skorzeny Papers, etc. etc. are not published by Skyhorse.

    And this transparent and pathetic suppression of the Hank Albarelli book is icing in the cake. Every JFK-interested person should now see through Skyhorse and realize what they really are---phonies.

    Skyhorse wants to be given "the benefit of the doubt". Why? Their story as to the circumstances of this book is a transparent cover-up--a big cover-up about a book that would help prove the biggest cover-up in U S. history. Is that ironic, or what?

    Anyway, that's one less book in competition with The Three Barons. If readers want the REAL TRUTH, they should know (by now) where they can find it. And its not at Skyhorse.

    James Lateer

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    James, unfortunately your entire post about Skyhorse here is a load of rubbish.

    The best books, like mine, like General Walker...by Dr. Jeffry Caufield, Peter Dale Scott
    Out of Peter Dale Scott's three most recent books on the JFK assassination, two of them were published by Skyhorse, despite your assertion that they've never published any of his work. Feel free to Google their titles.
    Last edited by Anthony Thorne; 06-26-2019 at 02:09 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Thorne View Post
    James, unfortunately your entire post about Skyhorse here is a load of rubbish.

    The best books, like mine, like General Walker...by Dr. Jeffry Caufield, Peter Dale Scott
    Out of Peter Dale Scott's three most recent books on the JFK assassination, two of them were published by Skyhorse, despite your assertion that they've never published any of his work. Feel free to Google their titles.
    Yeah........ Trine Day (pot), meet Skyhorse (kettle).......

    At least Skyhorse's publisher doesn't go around pimping their sacred cash cow (meet Judyth Vary Baker at a convention near you today...... BUY THE BOOK !!! SEND ME MONEY FOR MY OPERATION !!!......... beyond the pale). And Mssr. Lateer used The Baker Case as a source for HIS book? LOL
    Last edited by Mark A. O'Blazney; 06-26-2019 at 07:57 AM.

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    I’m fine with Kris and Trine Day. They do good stuff. Not every volume, and not the JVB titles, but I have a dozen or more of their books and would pick up another dozen if I had the funds right now to do it.

    They also published Albarelli’s TERRIBLE MISTAKE book on Frank Olson, which is a tremendous achievement.

    Whatever Albarelli’s other accomplishments, I feel he was just getting started with his deep political research volumes and almost certainly had more in him. It’s just very sad.

    Mark, I’m not sure if your post indicates Kris Milligan is unwell, but if so I hope he gets better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Thorne View Post
    I’m fine with Kris and Trine Day. They do good stuff. Not every volume, and not the JVB titles, but I have a dozen or more of their books and would pick up another dozen if I had the funds right now to do it.

    They also published Albarelli’s TERRIBLE MISTAKE book on Frank Olson, which is a tremendous achievement.

    Whatever Albarelli’s other accomplishments, I feel he was just getting started with his deep political research volumes and almost certainly had more in him. It’s just very sad.

    Mark, I’m not sure if your post indicates Kris Milligan is unwell, but if so I hope he gets better.
    Agreed, Anthony, there ARE some good tomes at Trine Day (and Skyhorse), but as Dawn Meredith once said, "Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus".

    That said, there are even some things Trump said that I actually agree with. But........... he's still a raving lunatic. Sort of like a stopped clock being right twice a day.

    HP was a source for many other books (i.e., Mary's Mosaic), but were his sources clean? I agree that A TERRIBLE MISTAKE was his magnum opus. Just my opinion.

    p.s.- I wasn't referring to Kris, I was referring to Ms. Baker and her begging for money from her acolytes. She blocked me from seeing her Facebook page, but others have been screenshotting and sharing her con game that's been going on as long as 'Dr. Mary's Monkey' has been. Her and Halsam got together (both from Bradenton, Florida) and cross-referenced each others' books, and the race was on. Sigh.

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    Default H P Albarelli In Memorium

    Thanx to Mr. Thorne for correcting my statement about Peter Dale Scott and Skyhorse. I did google his books, but apparently not an accurate search result. I should have looked on Worldcat "identities".

    That being said, I have found the following on Worldcat---by Peter Dale Scott: Deep Politics and the Death of JFK (U.C. Press 1993), The Assassinations: Dallas and Beyond (Random House 1976), Oswald, Mexico and Deep Politics (Skyhorse 2013), Crime and Cover-up: The CIA, the Mafia and the Dallas-Watergate Commection (Westworks 1977), The War Conspiracy: JFK,9/11 and the Deep Politics of War (Skyhorse 2013).

    Of the two published by Skyhorse, there was only the one book---The Assassinations: Dallas and Beyond that was specifically about JFK. And apparently, that was a collection of much older journal articles about the assassination. The other Skyhorse book included 9-11 and includes the topic of war (according to its title).

    None of these were on par with "Deep Politics and the Death of JFK" by Scott. I will stand by my claim that Skyhorse has avoided any groundbreaking books about the JFK assassination.

    I also fail to understand the claim by some that the Baker-Haslem books were only done for profit. The book Me and Lee has 538 customer reviews. My own analysis of this number is that, for every one Amazon review, there are about 10 book sales on Amazon Bookscan. And there might be 5 times that many sold worldwide in bookstores. So that equals 15,000 books.

    I can tell you from personal experience that the author might net One Dollar per book. So for all that work by Judyth Vary Baker, she might have taken home $15000, to $20,000 dollars. I doubt that she would have made even minimum wage, given all the time you have to spend in writing the book and polishing the manuscript.

    Her more recent works on David W. Ferrie, etc. would have to have yielded even much less money. So the theory that she and Haslem were in it for the money has to be questioned.

    All of this misses the point.

    In order to put together such a clever fake rendition of the events in Dallas, JVB (and Ed Haslem) would have to be almost genius level fraud artists. They came up with an explanation as to the death of Dr. Mary Sherman AND an explanation of why Oswald went to the Jackson, Louisiana mental hospital in the summer of 1963. I haven't seen any other explanations that account for those events.

    This argument is very similar to the claim that author Gregory Douglas was a fake and that the Muller Journals, (allegedly written by Douglas) were forgeries.

    O.K. The works of Baker and Douglas may have been partially or mostly faked. But that begs the question as to FROM WHERE DID THEY GET THEIR UNIQUE AND DETAILED INFORMATION that no one else has even come close to?

    I have now passed the 200 mark of books I have read about the JFK assassination and closely related historical research about the JFK time period. What I can tell you for sure is that the information about the JFK assassination ranges all the way from The Road to Dallas published by the Harvard University Press to JFK, Nazis.... published by Adventures Unlimited Press. The latter mostly publishes UFO and Space Alien type of books.

    So the JFK researcher has to look for JFK information where he or she can find it. It's impossible to generalize about the credibility of authors or the ratio of fiction to non-fiction in the publications.

    Probably the best JFK assassination book is Treason For My Daily Bread which is written as a fictional novel. But there was obvious inside information behind it, revealing some inside connection on the part of the author Lebedev.

    And how can Mr. Thorne or anyone else explain away this ridiculous situation with the book by H P Albarelli and Skyhorse?

    If it looks like a duck and walks like a duck, it's a duck. And this walks like and looks exactly like a cover-up. And the plain truth is that mainstream publishers and corporate bookstores will not publish or offer for sale any new and genuine information about the JFK assassination.

    To repeat, the best JFK books that the reader should read, apart from my own, are General Walker...by Dr. Jeffry Caufield and The Skorzeny Papers by Ralph Ganis. And there are probably others like "Prayer Man" and "Harvey and Lee" which also contain valuable information on the forensics.

    (And Milo Reech on this site should, by rights, publish his own work-it would be great info).

    And Skyhorse is a big corporate outlet and simply will never reveal any major truth about the JFK assassination. That's about as strongly guaranteed as the sun coming up in the east or the earth being round IMHO.

    James Lateer

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    James, you’ve mixed things up again.

    THE ASSASSINATIONS: DALLAS AND BEYOND, cited by you as being published by Skyhorse, was not published by Skyhorse. It was published by Random House in 1976, and the earlier part of your post - above the section where you attribute it to Skyhorse for some reason - correctly says as much. It is a collection of older articles, so you’re correct on that score. Scott was one of several authors who contributed to it.

    OSWALD, MEXICO AND DEEP POLITICS, published by Skyhorse in 2013, is entirely about the JFK assassination. It’s a reprint of a limited volume that came out from the Mary Ferrell site titled DEEP POLITICS 2. Skyhorse let Scott update it, gave it a nicer cover and title, and gave it wider distribution. It’s on a par with DEEP POLITICS AND THE DEATH OF JFK and reads like a continuation of that work.

    THE WAR CONSPIRACY also covers the JFK assassination and expands an earlier volume of Scott’s by nearly half. The new sections dig into both the JFK assassination and 9/11.

    I own every volume cited in this paragraph. Skyhorse has published plenty of Peter Dale Scott material on a par with his earlier work discussing and analysing the JFK assassination. Please stop suggesting they haven’t.
    Last edited by Anthony Thorne; 06-26-2019 at 09:43 PM.

  9. #39

    Default H P Albarelli In Memorium

    Many thanks to Mr. Thorne who has a much greater command of the JFK literature than I do, admittedly.

    James Lateer

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    Default Hank Albarelli In Memorium

    Just to put a point to it, I feel that the commercialized version of the JFK books such as the rehashing of the Peter Dale Scott material is much like the mainstream media treatment.

    The discourse has to remain "tame" meaning that it doesn't go beyond the Warren Commission evidence, the Garrison evidence and the House Select Committee on Assassinations evidence.

    Sadly, author after author seems to think that the goal is to prove that Oswald was not the lone gunman.

    We know that Oswald was not the lone gunman or even the guilty murderer of JFK.

    The books that are discussed on this site simply don't advance the ball further than I have mentioned above.

    The real mystery is the following: how long will it take before the real details of the JFK assassination can be discussed by the commonly discussed authors (like Scott, Russell and others that are commonly quoted here).

    We know that maybe 3000 documents are still being withheld. We know that Trump didn't have the balls to release even the documents that he promised to release. And the widely quoted authors still maintain that the Kennedy's didn't have knowledge of Operation Mongoose (much less knowledge of the weaponized cancer project).

    The entire huge territory of the role of Skorzeny, West Germany, the James O Eastland plot revealed by Dr. Caufield involving the Supreme Court in Dombrowski vs Pfister, the likely use of Oswald as an informant by Eastland---all of this is still ignored and considered off-limits by the old school researchers.

    The old school researchers are still back in the world of acceptable, mainstream media version of events.

    Apparently Hank Albarelli was trying to cross this great divide--but he didn't live long enough to accomplish this monumental feat.

    Does anybody have a guess as to when the real, raw meat of recent evidence will be acknowleged by the old school?

    James Lateer
    Last edited by James Lateer; 06-27-2019 at 12:47 AM.

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