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Sarfatti on Bush and The Einhorn Affair

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  • gear2000@lightspeed.net
    ... From: Dr. Jack Sarfatti Sent: Saturday, March 31, 2001 2:10 PM Subject: Re: The Einhorn Affair
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      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Dr. Jack Sarfatti" <sarfatti@...>
      Sent: Saturday, March 31, 2001 2:10 PM
      Subject: Re: The Einhorn Affair


      > Thanks re: rumor from Dick Farley that President Bush is about to
      > intervene in the Einhorn Affair. Note that Senator Arlen Specter was
      > Ira's original defense attorney and that Ira claims he was framed
      > because of his work with Colonel Tom Bearden and others on alleged
      > Soviet psychotronic "hyperspace weapons" and "UFOs" around the Uri
      > Geller situation that was very much in the limelight in the mid-70's
      > when CIA, DIA etc. was funding paranormal remote viewing research that
      > Ira, working with Jacques Vallee, Arthur Young, Andrija Puharich, Sir
      > John Whitmore, Joyce Petchek, Brendan O Regan, Esalen's Michael Murphy
      > and others was very much in the thick of at the time. Einhorn was also
      > deeply involved in Serbian affairs around the Tesla Archive in Beograd,
      > and the nephew of the Shah of Iran. He was also the book agent for
      > "Space Time and Beyond" that I coauthored with Fred Alan Wolf and Bob
      > Toben dedicated to Carlo Suares in Paris. The Plot thickens.
      >
      > JagdishM@... wrote:
      >
      > > Jack,
      > > Cloud Rider is at his best here, colorful, and all-over-the-map free,
      > > living
      > > up to his name. But there is no good news here for Ira Einhorn. If
      > > true, it
      > > is not a pardon, only commuting of the death sentence, and was most
      > > likely
      > > requested by the prosecutor's office to get him to the U.S.; to put
      > > him in
      > > jail, not ask him questions. These people are convinced of his
      > > guilt. But
      > > they also realize that the French will never let him go as long a
      > > threat of
      > > death penalty hung over him. Presidential commutation will remove
      > > this
      > > hurdle.
      >
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