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Dean Hartwell on the Judyth Vary Baker Thread on The Education Forum

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Uploaded on May 5, 2010

Dean Hartwell, the author of DEAD MEN TALKING and of TRUTH MATTERS, comments on the longest thread in the history of The Education Forum, which I introduced with an outline of Judyth's story of having come to New Orleans in pursuit of a medical career and being drawn into secret research on a rapid-cancer bio-weapon, where I hypothesized that Judyth is telling the truth about her experiences. Some critics immediately denounced her and, no matter what the proof, were unwilling to grant a single significant point--even after more than 2,000 posts! Dean explains that, with surprisingly few exceptions, (1) Judyth's critics gave us a monologue rather than a dialogue; (2) they never identified what they meant by "independent corroborating evidence"; (3) they never responded even to the naming of specific witnesses who confirmed parts of Judyth's story; and, (4) all too often, the objections they lodged had no little or no significance to the basics of her account. Based upon his legal background, Dean summarized his impression of this historic exchange with the observation that, if they tried to be on "Judyth's jury", he believes that he could have them dismissed "for cause"! So much evidence supports Judyth's story, including Ed Haslam, DR. MARY'S MONKEY, Nigel Turner's "The Love Affair", and a great deal of other evidence I have archived that, when her book, ME & LEE, appears, it may not be necessary to do it again.

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