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I agree with you. The fact that important historical information was disappearing is the reason I wrote my first book. I knew that one day, none us who where around when these things happened would be around to say so. The Invisible Warriors is sold out but there are enough copies in private hands and libraries across the country to keep it from disappearing altogether even if the book online goes away.
The problem in the O.J. case, as it was with Vietnam, is not that the information has really disappeared from the face of the earth, it just that you can’t find it easily in context in one place. You can read all of the popular books and see all of the documentaries on either subject and find the same omissions and misinformation. The correct information still exists but it’s a bear to find it.
Somebody has everything we’re looking for. If we had enough visitors to the site or just one with direct access to O.J., CNN, Court-TV or the E! TV archives most of these things wouldn’t be a problem. It could still happen. Meanwhile, we have to be very careful in asserting things we cannot produce documentation to support. We can still assert them but if someone demands a source that we can’t remember and can’t locate all we can do is what we have been doing – narrow it down as much as possible and hope for the best. –Jasper