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      activist and dynamic thinker's account > (PRWEB) September 21, 2005 -
      - "Prelude to Intimacy" by Ira Einhorn Fw: Re: Google Alert - prweb CIA

      > Einhorn's friend from the 60s and Prelude.editor and annotator,
      > James Sorrells, Ph.D., writes: "Ira told his many friends in the
      > 1960s that some day he might be framed for something and/or killed
      > because he knew too much about the intrigues of the CIA, FBI, and
      > Defense Department." His case goes back to court on appeal Friday,
      > September 23, 2005.

      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ira-einhorn

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      Subject: Re: Google Alert - prweb CIA

      Thanks, the anonymous hate mail sent from Springfield MO on Sept 17,
      2005 makes me an alleged Ira Einhorn at Esalen in 1976 along with
      Michael Murphy, Werner Erhard and Nathaniel Branden as Evil, with me
      as by far the most Evil of em all! I got a call from Michael Murphy's
      secretary today wanting to know if I ID'd the source and whether she
      should contact Michael's lawyer. Stan Grof relayed the message. So
      far THREE PRIME SUSPECTS, but can't be sure at this point where to
      really point the finger.

      On Sep 22, 2005, at 12:34 PM, Gary S Bekkum wrote:

      > ra Einhorn's New Book, 'Prelude to Intimacy,' Coincides with Filing
      > of Appeal
      >
      > "Prelude to Intimacy" by Ira Einhorn is the activist and dynamic
      > thinker's account of his life underground from the time he fled the
      > United States in 1981 until he met his wife in 1987, written from
      > his prison cell in Gradinan, just north of Bordeaux, in just 18
      > days. The book is full of the immediacy of his feeling that he
      > would shortly be returned to the United States.
      >
      > (PRWEB) September 21, 2005 -- "Prelude to Intimacy" by Ira Einhorn
      > is the activist and dynamic thinker's account of his life
      > underground from the time he fled the United States in 1981 until
      > he met his wife in 1987, written from his prison cell in Gradinan,
      > just north of Bordeaux, in just 18 days. The book is full of the
      > immediacy of his feeling that he would shortly be returned to the
      > United States.
      >
      > While reflecting upon his role in the consciousness movement in the
      > 1960s and 70s, Einhorn has many observations about the direction
      > American and European cultures have taken since the sixties. Adding
      > to the mix, Prelude. also includes a marvelously sensuous account
      > of the many women he loved in Ireland and Formentera while on the run.
      >
      > In a letter to readers, Einhorn emphatically states, "I did NOT
      > kill Holly Maddux," and in the Epilogue he presents a compelling
      > case that he's telling the truth. Though Maddux's body was "found"
      > in a trunk in Einhorn's closet, there was no blood in the body or
      > the trunk, and no traces of blood whatsoever could be found in his
      > apartment, despite the fact that she was allegedly bludgeoned
      > there. There were no witnesses to the murder, nor of him
      > transporting the body, nor any real proof that Einhorn killed the
      > woman he loved. All the evidence, weak as it was, was
      > circumstantial. Statements that Holly had been seen after she was
      > supposed to have been killed were suppressed. Usually, if the
      > evidence does not fit, the jury must acquit. Yet despite glaring
      > holes in the government's case, Einhorn is serving a life sentence.
      > Einhorn's friend from the 60s and Prelude.editor and annotator,
      > James Sorrells, Ph.D., writes: "Ira told his many friends in the
      > 1960s that some day he might be framed for something and/or killed
      > because he knew too much about the intrigues of the CIA, FBI, and
      > Defense Department." His case goes back to court on appeal Friday,
      > September 23, 2005.
      >
      > ----- Original Message ----- From: "Google Alerts" <googlealerts-
      > noreply@...>
      > To: <garysbekkum@...>
      > Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2005 2:05 PM
      > Subject: Google Alert - prweb CIA
      >
      >
      >
      >> IRA Einhorn's New Book, 'Prelude to Intimacy,' Coincides with ...
      >> PR Web (press release) - Ferndale,WA,USA
      >> (PRWEB) September 21, 2005 -- "Prelude to Intimacy" by Ira Einhorn
      >> is the
      >> activist and ... killed because he knew too much about the
      >> intrigues of
      >> the CIA, FBI, and ...
      >> <http://www.prweb.com/releases/2005/9/prweb287365.htm>
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