Subject: Re: The Mena Myth is over
   Date: Sun, 05 Jan 1997 15:25:49 -0600
   From: Jean <429jed@wt.net>
     To: William Bottoms 

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William Bottoms wrote: > > The Mena Myth is over. I appreciate anyone's > position and quest for their cause, but Mena is > no longer a viable source for any agenda. > > My recommendation is to put forth your able > talents to uncover the source of the money > that may have illegally been obtained and > processed through Arkansas Banks and other > Banks and financial institutions around the > country. > > In your case Ms. Duffy, apply your talents > to uncover the mystery behind your agenda > without allowing the Mena Myth to obsure > your search. It is a proven smoke screen. > > The only two investigators who looked into > Mena, Bill Duncan and Russell Welch now > know that Mena is a Myth. Sen. Leach has > admitted recently on C-Span that there is not > as much at Mena as origionally thought. He > said he might release a report soon. I would > advise everyone to put pressure on your > Congressman/woman to force a report from > him. We paid for the investigation and we > deserve a report. Sen. D'Amato has long > since abandoned Mena. Ken Starr will also > abandon Mena. Sally Denton just surrendered. > Hers and Morris' story "The Crimes of Mena" > was a hoax. I am not sure if they knew it. > It is not important as is the fact that one must > be very careful what one believes and reports > about. > > There are a lot of stories out there that fit the > same pattern. Do not be gullible and certainly > do not let such serve your agendas as in the > long run it will hurt more than help. > > The Mena Myth is over. > > Bear Bottoms > bbottoms@rouge.net > Private Attorney General

Dear Mr. Bottoms,

Get real.

Most Sincerely, Jean Duffey