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Stan Dane
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Bill Kelly reviews Prayer Man

on Sun 16 Oct 2016, 3:52 am
Shortly after Prayer Man: Out of the Shadows and Into the Light was published, Bill Kelly reached out to me on the Facebook page set up for the book (no longer active) and offered to review my book if I sent him a copy:

I asked Bill for a mailing address and he responded:

I immediately sent him a copy of the book. The tracking number showed the book arrived on October 17, 2015.
It's now a year later. I just checked his website to see if he reviewed the book there. Nothing. I've haven't seen it reviewed by him elsewhere either. If I'm mistaken, someone please point it out.
In fact, I never received an acknowledgment or even a simple "thank you" from him. Maybe I'm toxic. Or perhaps the subject of Prayer Man is toxic.
I think Bill just wanted to see what the hell I wrote about, without having to spend a dime. The funny thing is that, while I disagreed with some of his positions in the book, I was largely complimentary of his work throughout it.
Remember: Bill reached out to me, not the other way around. He didn't even have the courtesy to thank me.
I could care less about him and his work now.
Why are so many people like Bill Kelly deathly afraid of Prayer Man?

To ask the question is to answer it.
Jake Sykes
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Re: Bill Kelly reviews Prayer Man

on Sun 16 Oct 2016, 4:16 am
"Why are so many people like Bill Kelly deathly afraid of Prayer Man?"

I think for some (other than the die hard deniers) it's just too big a pill to swallow.

Maybe they can get past Oswald on the steps, but throwing the 2nd Floor Encounter on the trash bin of history is just too much for them. 

The thing to remember though is the Single Bullet Theory. If they would do that to cover it up, then they would do the 2nd Floor Encounter also. There would be no choice in the matter.

If I recall correctly, while Mr. Kelly would not let go of the 2nd Floor, Mr. Murphy showed it was simply a bridge too far. It just could not have happened given Oswald on the steps, and there is evidence that it did not.

As I've come to like to say, if they would play a Single card, then play a 2nd they must have, and they did.

Just to clarify, they played the 2nd card first and the Single card second.

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Re: Bill Kelly reviews Prayer Man

on Sun 16 Oct 2016, 4:42 am
Bill Kelly ought to be ashamed of himself unless he suffers from Alzheimer's there is simply no excuse. I also use to admire his work that is until Prayer Man surfaced and Mr Kelly stubbornly refused to leave the 2nd floor of the TSBD for even a minute to check out if Oswald was out front with Shelley like he said he was. It's old time researchers like Bill Kelly and others I won't care to mention that have stagnated this case. Whether its by design, retinance or simple ignorance or arrogance doesn't really matter to me anymore. I choose those who look forward rather than backwards with their approach. The so called JFK research community are stuck in their own rut. Garrison seems to be as far as they dare to venture. Anything beyond that is just rehash. Speer can shove his SBT findings where he thinks the sun shines out of him. JimD is another that can't let go. He still dresses like its 1991.
Back to the thankless and ungrateful Bill Kelly. I know how much effort Stan put into his book with the help of many others at ROKC. Sweat, blood and tears. Not only that but backlash from folks I didnt believe were capable let alone dared to. The subject of Prayer Man is the most important breakthrough in exonerating Oswald there has ever been in this case. The most important step is the first one and guys like you ignore it for the sake of getting ahead of yourselves. If you want to let the public know who shot Kennedy that day you have to prove it wasn't Oswald first. No good listening to your AF1 tapes or taking the WC to task over 6th floor timings to the 2nd floor. Hows that working out for you? Have the decency to read the book you were kindly gifted. Or maybe you have read it and have nothing to refute but if that's even the case then have the decency to acknowledge it. You've lost a lot of respect from most of us at ROKC who held you once in high esteem. Maybe you won't lose any sleep over it but you can be sure most of us here won't forget you're just another prick amongst many.
steely dan
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Re: Bill Kelly reviews Prayer Man

on Sun 16 Oct 2016, 7:42 am
Appalling lack of manners from Kelly. Either review the book or send it back with a thank you note.
Graves would like his tape back.
Your neighbour would like his lawnmower back.
Jeez, there's one in every street aint there.


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