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Posted November 19, 2012
I can't help but question the credibility of a journalist who doesn't bother to verify the availability of Quaaludes in 1983. What other inaccuracies and embellishments are there? Even if a source tells you he’s doing Quaaludes in 1983, you are responsible for seeing how likely that is, especially if your source admires the tactic of misdirection as much as McAfee does. The opening of this article reads like a movie treatment, especially compared with McAfee’s own account of the events from April 30. Considering that McAfee was present and Davis was not, I’m going to have to consider McAfee’s account more credible. McAfee was correct, Mr. Davis: “…you have missed something. You are operating on an assumption about reality that is wrong.”
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Posted August 14, 2013