Originally Posted by Carol Nistri
Dr.Wu the reason I brought up Alexander was because he shouldnt have had to go anywhere near Corso,of course Corso was going to say the book was true,of course he was.IF Alexander was going to get to the bottom of it all as an "Insider" he should have been able to prove or disprove what Corso said without going anywhere near the guy,in other words as an "Insider" he should have had other sources available to him other than Corso himself.
Carol.....I have exlplained this several times to you already...do you even read the posts I make to you..?
I'm sure he had plenty of other sources but as he clearly explained in his book-...you did read it right..?....-he never found any secret group while on the inside. Is that clear enough...? Before he wrote his point of view on all of this, he probably wanted to see if Corso did really know anything by talking to him personally before he set pen to paper. I would have done the same thing and imo any other researcher who had the opportunity in his situation would have probably done the same thing.
There is no mystery here...it's simple research and an opportunity to hear Corso's personal side of the story-face to face -which again if you read Alexander's book you will know why he wanted to talk to him in the flesh. Can you tell me why?
At any rate it's just Alexander's point of view in his own book and he wanted to interview the man in person. Why this is such a stumbling block or mystery for some people is beyond me.