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Re: Bob Shell Was A 'Marked' Man?

From: Steven Kaeser <steve.nul>
Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2007 15:52:08 -0400
Archived: Fri, 14 Sep 2007 08:22:03 -0400
Subject: Re: Bob Shell Was A 'Marked' Man?

>From: Gerald O'Connell <gac.nul>
>Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2007 01:06:55 +0100
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Subject: Re: Bob Shell Was A 'Marked' Man?

>Ecker may be a 'tired old cop', but that doesn't make him

>A lot of old cops get tired because of all the lowlife stuff
>they see - and they know a pattern when they see it.

>Shell opened some particular doors in his life, and he was old
>enough to know that if you are going to open those doors you
>have to be ready for what comes through them.

>As for the 'there but for the grace of God...' angle, well,
>thanks for the tip - I'll keep it in mind next time I fall in
>love with a teenage junkie thirty years my junior and I want to
>make a few dollars out of tying her up and taking snapshots of
>my handiwork.

>One last thought: how many of Shell's old buddies and apparent
>defenders on here would be whining about the justice system if
>it had been their daughter on the slab in this 'tragedy for all

>Think about it.


Have you ever spoken with Don Ecker? He's really a nice giuy
for the most part and I don't really have a problem with him as
a researcher. I do find it funny that people can read an
article about a trial or case and believe that they have a clear
pitcure of what the truth is. During the early days of the AA
"film" investigation I did speak with Don a couple of times, but
we both agreed that we weren't going to get anywhere as long as
Santilli was pulling the strings.

You've used your imagination to expand on Ecker's description
(which falls short of the truth by a long shot) and now I think
we should wait for the movie to his the theatres. I would
mention that some of the more critical people I've talked to are
the Officers on the police departments that have problems, and
from my understanding in Bob's case, the police were effecient
and did their job well.

I should be clear that I am not trying to defend Bob's actions
or what happened, and he is at this point guilty of the charge
unless he is able to appeal the jury's decision. I believe that
if drug abuse was treated as a medical issue, rather than a
legal one, the young woman would likely still be alive today and
would never have overdosed.  But this is neither the forum, nor
a good reason, to get into that tangent here.


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