Thursday, July 24, 2014

Closed Shop Forensics

THURSDAY, MAY 12, 2011



A visit on May 8th, 2011 from Google Inc. in Mountain View, California (66.249.68.247) to a StevenWarRan blog titled 'Closed Shop Forensics,' came via www.google.com/reader/view, but the page it linked to was missing, and I could find no sign of a draft version or its publishing history on my Google dashboard. Knowing what I was looking for, I searched for the title, and found that the very kind Bill Giltner had it maintained over at SharedCopy, which has allowed me to repost it here below.

http://sharedcopy.com/p/d863c7b476e71b0707a6979485e49433/10839

http://stevenwarran.blogspot.com.sharedcopy.com/2008/05/d863c7b476e71b0707a6979485e49433.html

I don't know if it was the deliberate intent of someone at Google to alert me to the fact my blog page had disappeared, but I'm grateful it turned out that way. It comes at a time when I've had several other blogs taken offline by Google due to claims of copyright infringement (It is my habit to post newsworthy articles in full over at StevenWarRan Backstage, since whenever I cite some actionable intelligence from a "published" source, posting a link to it tends not to last. The Washington Post is especially egregious in using robots.txt to scrub clean the web history of certain articles when the "facts" they contain turn out to be inconvenient later on.)

Upon receiving a complaint, Google reverts an offending blog to draft status, which can at least allow for editing, but apparently Google doesn't investigate or adjudicate disputes. In this blog though, I only quoted from an official government report concerning the September 11th attack on the Pentagon, so perhaps I simply pressed the delete button inadvertently somewhere along the way. However, the point I was making three years ago seems especially relevant now, as the U.S. government will possibly make public forensic evidence that will prove Osama bin Laden was recently killed in an attack by American special forces, and subsequently buried at sea.

Remembering that the military was charged with handling all the evidence of dead bodies at the Pentagon, (and oddly enough, at the crash site in Shanksville, Pennsylvania as well, where the county medical examiner is the official normally mandated with conducting such an investigation, ) gives me a dim view of the recent developments in the war on terror.

Closed Shop Forensics

SUNDAY, MAY 04, 2008

I finally found a quote I was seeking, mercifully preserved for posterity and the public record on page 69 of the Arlington County After-Action Report

"Dr. Marcella Fierro, Chief Medical Examiner for the Commonwealth of Virginia, met with FBI and DoD officials at the JOC on September 12. She informed them that Virginia forensic laboratory and mortuary resources were prepared to go to work in support of the response. The FBI and DoD officials declined the offer, preferring to conduct forensic and mortuary activities at DoD facilities. Dr. Fierro asked for and received a letter from Attorney General Ashcroft relieving the Commonwealth of Virginia of those responsibilities."

Since the presence of bodies is a cornerstone "proof" a jetliner filled with travelers struck the Pentagon on September 11th, it would have been more believable if a broader spectrum of professionals had been allowed to do their legally mandated jobs. With the FBI and the DoJ being the sole responders in Shanksville for instance, why was the military tasked with the forensics on the bodies there? Didn't the county coroner say, "Till this day, I haven't seen a drop of blood?"

Thank you Dr. Fierro for laying a golden egg then. It will soon hatch so the chickens can come home to roost.
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In 1962, one of the suggestions contained in "Operation Northwoods," which was just a "respon[se] to a request...for brief but precise description of pretexts which would provide justification for U.S. military intervention in Cuba," was to "sink ship near harbor entrance. Conduct funerals for mock victims."

While this is of course relevant to the pretexts the United States used to invade Iraq, my question seeks to parse out the meaning in the suggestion that [real] funerals be conducted for mock victims, as distinct from mock funerals for [pretend] victims.

In other words, if Operation Northwoods had become a reality, what would this suggestion have looked like? Clearly, we wouldn't hold mock funerals for the benefit of the Cubans. We could simply blow up a ship like once happened with the Maine, but that entails real funerals, which, as 9-11 proves in our time, definitely does the trick. So why didn't the joint Chief's simply suggest such a sacrifice as a kind of necessary collateral damage? The planners would do the mocking, while the unwitting wouldn't know what hit them until it was too late.

So, I am intrigued by this "mock" business.

In order to get the required emotional outrage going to feed our collective desire for revenge, we would have to have legitimately grieving families. In order to accomplish this the funeral wouldn't be so mock to the survivors. Only the planners and the individual volunteers would be in on the "mock" business, undergoing something very similar to deaths--at least as far as their grieving families are concerned.

Lets say a ship filled with mostly twenty-somethings is blown up with no survivors. That sounds like it could trigger a pretext. But to whom would these "mock deaths" mock? The family members couldn't all be in on it. That would require very good acting. So what I imagine is that any volunteers to this sort of enterprise would undergo the equivalent of social and personal annihilation, as they begin new lives elsewhere, in an adapted "witness protection" type program, perhaps in Tahiti.

Would this sort of scenario have a time limit on it? Could the records be sealed for some period like 30 years, then the truth could spill out when we were mature enough to handle it?

Off hand, what was the state of Barbara and Ted Olsen's marriage in September, 2001?

Which brings me to my point.

I have long suspected that some, if not many, of the victims of the Arlington and Shanksville portions of 9-11, may in fact be alive, sequestered away somewhere, awaiting a turn in their political fortunes perhaps.

I have no logical evidence to support this theory, only a handful of anomalous details in the narrative. Plus a sense of power imbalances on the plane manifests. I mean, Flight 93 was the frigging hero narrative flight. You don't get raw hero-myth material like that by accident. Bring it on I say.

Anybody else have any thoughts on the subject? Maybe Pinch will append a comment here. He surely has an insider background that will enable him to see the flaws in my logic.

Elitism! Secrecy! Tradition!

POSTED BY STEVENWARRAN AT 5/12/2011 12:01:00 AM

Dave Statter

Blogger stevenwarran said...
Dave, I don't mean to be rude, but are you a fool? Bri and Bob's little film has been edited to remove the second crash. Why, for heaven's sake, would they edit out the most important piece of video evidence in the history of the frigging world? And why would you proffer up their film as some important "What We Saw" kind of evidence?
September 12, 2008 1:01 PM
Delete

Blogger Dave Statter said...
stevenwarran,

In answer to your first question, yes, I probably am a fool.

I have no clue if Bob and Bri's video is edited. Nor do I care.

From my experience with some home video cameras it looks more like a camera start than an edit. Appears to me they weren't rolling constantly at that point and started the camera right after the second impact. Either way, what's your point?

Are you saying that Bri and Bob "implied" they were at the WTC much as you claim I "implied" I was at the Pentagon.

Are they part of the same conspiracy you claim I am part of? I haven't met them at the club meetings. If I had, I probably would have run their video sooner.

Statter
September 12, 2008 1:21 PM
A camera start or stop?!?! You don't care if it's edited or not? And you call yourself a journalist?

Yes Dave, I think Bob (if not Bri originally) is/was ultimately "in on it." Bought off, like the seven billion in hush money that went to the victims---at least a few billion more could go to the co-conspirators---and that would include you, for the record, and all your Arlington firetots.

Along with about 90 percent of the "9/11 truth movement" leaders also. The false dialectics they've been sprouting has begun to wither in the dustified fields of post-9/11 America.

And yes, I realize it seems as though I think everybody else but me is a part of the conspiracy. That's not so far off base. Good people who catch glimmers of the truth turn away in horror, as it is all a bit too big for them to handle. I'm the REAL pit bull in lipstick around here my friends! Grrrrr!

Thanks for publishing my wee little comments on your blog, friend, and for driving some traffic my way on the anniversary of the "events." I don't think you're the bad guy, necessarily. The truth of that will be borne out by your behavior from here on in. Treat me with kindness in the camps is all I ask.

Dear nj steve

So, you can speak for all the firematics professionals who visit Dave's blog? How is that? Unanimity of opinion behind that "blue (or yellow) wall of silence?"

I'm not looking for sympathy. The internet is already divided up into its various camps--I've been banned from most of them. Just aiming to lend some cross cultural esprit cordial, here. It is Dave who chooses to publish my little contributions, and I'm grateful for the traffic he sends my way.

By the way, Bob and Bri's video has been online for over two years now and is very well known, although, seeing it again through fresh eyes even more truth comes across.

It is Dave's own video contributions to 9/11, along with that of his Gannett colleagues and the Arlington County firemen, that should really concern the readership here. The big guys always get away. The little guys pay the price. Good luck.

The Protocols of the Elders of Zion

12. Our right lies in force. The word "right" is an abstract thought and proved by nothing. The word means no more than: Give me what I want in order that thereby I may have a proof that I am stronger than you.

16. Out of the temporary evil we are now compelled to commit will emerge the good of an unshakable rule, which will restore the regular course of the machinery of the national life, brought to naught by liberalism. The result justifies the means

Wikipedia's entry for The Protocols of the Elders of Zion

Protocol Theme

1 Alcoholism, Annihilation of the privileges of the non-Jewish aristocracy, among other topics.

2, 9, 12 The propagation of ideas, such as Darwinism, Marxism, Nietzsche-ism, Liberalism, Socialism, Communism, Anarchism, and Utopianism, with the task of undermining established forms of order.

4 Materialism

5 World government

7 World wars

10 Staging catastrophes against one's own people, then claiming a moral high ground for leverage (False flag)

11 Universal suffrage

11, 12, 17 Curtailment of civil liberties with the excuse of defeating the enemies of peace 13 Creating the impression of the existence of freedom of press, freedom of speech, human rights and democracy, all of which are subsequently undermined and become mere illusions or deceptive smokescreens behind which actual oppression lies

14 Distractions

14, 17 Pornographic literature

16 The destruction of Christianity, Islam and other religions and cultures, followed by a transitional stage of atheism, followed finally by the hegemony of Judaism

20 Brainwashing

21 Economic depressions

22 Undermining financial systems by foreign loans, creating national bankruptcy, destroying money markets and replacing them with government credit institutions

23 Justification of previous acts of evil and expectation of a great new society

24 Reduction of the manufacture of articles of luxury, destruction of large manufacturers, prohibition of alcohol and hashish, unleashing forces of violence under the mask of principles of freedom, only to have the 'King of the Jews' demolish those very forces to make him appear a saviour

25 Training of the king, direct heirs, irreproachability of exterior morality of the King of the Jews

News Timeline 9/11/01

9:40am CNN chyron change to “Reports of Fire at Pentagon.”

9:41am AP reports -
Pentagon evacuated due to fire
  • The Pentagon is being evacuated in expectation of a terrorist attack.
  • It is believed a fire has broken out in the building.
  • The White House has also been evacuated.
9:41am CBS Buchanan/Roane interrupt network coverage with reports of an explosion at the
Pentagon. “We don’t know what caused this.”
9:42am CBS Roane quotes “workers report sounds and a “rumble.”
9:42am CNN Aaron Brown interviews Chris Plant about fire and helicopter circling
9:43 AP: 'An aircraft has crashed into the Pentagon, witnesses say. The West Wing of the White House is being evacuated amid terrorist threats.'
9:43 (According to C&B) AP: 'An aircraft has crashed into the Pentagon, witnesses say. The West Wing of the White House is being evacuated amid terrorist threats.'
9:43am CBS Roane says “Associated Press is quoting witnesses as saying it was an aircraft that
crashed into the Pentagon."
9:43am CNN Aaron Brown "we’re getting reports now that the White House is being evacuated
as well,"
9:46 CBS Buchanan quoting the Associated Press: “He said it was a large airliner"...“I saw the
tail of a large airliner, it plowed into the Pentagon,” according to an Associated Press
radio reporter."
9:46am, AP reports - Reports of helicopter crashing into Pentagon
  • There are reports that a helicopter has crashed into the Pentagon.
  • An eyewitness said that they saw the helicopter circle the building and after it disappeared behind it, an explosion occurred.
9:46am CNN Brown "The Associated Press is reporting that a plane, it was a plane that
crashed at the Pentagon, and the Pentagon is being evacuated."
9:48am CNN Brown concludes his interview of Chris Plant

9:48 CBS Roane interviews eyewitness, Don Chauncey, who saw a white, “Gulf- Stream-type”
commuter jet strike the Pentagon.

9:50 CBS Roane interviews Dawn Vignola, (with Mr. Tim Timmerman,)
"American Airlines 757, no doubt about it."

9:52am AP reports - Terrorist threats made against the White House
  • The FBI has evacuated the White House after they received what they said were "creditable threats" against the White House.
  • All airports across the US have been shut down.
  • Paul Begala, a Democratic consultant, said he witnessed a explosion near the Pentagon shortly after two planes crashed into World Trade Centre.
  • ‘‘It was a huge fireball, a huge, orange fireball,’’ Begala said.
  • He said another witness told him a helicopter exploded.
  • Later a DFLP official denied responsibility for the attack.

10:04am CBS Roane says, “An Associated Press reporter says he saw the tail end of a large airliner plunge into the Pentagon building.”

10:04am CBS Roane says, “these are raw footage coming back, that’s our reporter there on the scene who will be giving us stories in just a few minutes.”


10:11am Eagle1 Park Police helicopter Medivac lands on Route 27
10:11am AP reports-
Large airliner crashes into the Pentagon
  • Paul Begala, a Democratic consultant, said he witnessed an explosion near the Pentagon.
  • "It was a huge fireball, a huge, orange fireball," Begala said in an interview on his cell phone.
  • He said another witness told him a helicopter exploded.
  • AP reporter Dave Winslow also saw the crash. He said, "I saw the tail of a large airliner..... It plowed right into the Pentagon."
  • Another eyewitness has said that it was a low-flying commercial airliner which crashed into the Pentagon.
  • Other major government institutions, including Treasury and the State
  • Department, were also evacuated.
10:13am CBS Roane talks with Frank Herzog at the Mall, who says it is empty of people and
abandoned
10:15am CBS Dave Statter says, “Ah! Oh it collapsed right now!

10:35am AP reports - Car bomb explodes at State Department
  • There are reports of a car bombing at the State Department.

10:39am AP report - Pentagon collapses
  • Parts of the Pentagon have collapsed after a plane crashed into it.
10:42am AP report - Car bomb explodes in Washington
  • There are reports that a car bomb has exploded outside the US State Department in Washington.
10:44am AP report - Hijacked plane heading for Washington
  • Another hijacked aircraft is on its way to Washington.
  • The White House, US Treasury and the Capitol as well as other major buildings in Washington and Chicago have all been evacuated.
10:18am NBC news reporter, interviewing Isabel James at the Citgo gas mentions three recent loud, unexplained booms.

11:03am AP report - Car bombing outside of State Department

01:46pm CNN Bob Franken CNN interview Tim Timmerman

04:39pm FOX studio interview with Aziz ElHallan.

Dershowitz on War Crimes, Ezzedeen al Qassam Brigades Information Office,

In an opinion piece in the Los Angeles Times yesterday, Alan Dershowitz attempted to lay out a case for Hamas' war crimes, saying, "it targets Israeli citizens with rockets, then shields its fighters behind Palestinian civilians," labeling it, "Hamas' double war crime tactic."

"This is the Hamas dual strategy," according to Dershowitz, "to kill and injure as many Israeli civilians as possible by firing rockets indiscriminately at Israeli civilian targets, and to provoke Israel to kill as many Palestinian civilians as possible to garner world sympathy."

But this appears to be a libel against the Palestinians in Gaza by Mr. Dershowitz. Since Israelis so completely dominate the contemporary paradigm (acting as antagonists, as well as protagonists in many cases, obviating the need for Palestinians to even get up out of their chairs.) one must hunt to find authentic Palestinian voices. When found, they are instantly recognizable contrasted with the Jewish faux.

At the English-language web site, Ezzedeen al Qassam Brigades Information Office, Israel is only known as "the Zionist entity," so here is an authentic voice of opposition. In what they call "Statements," the military wing of Hamas archives hundreds of what appear to be scrupulous after-action reports of the military actions they undertake. A sense of purpose about their enterprise is readily apparent here, especially when contrasted with the guile and deflection so common in Israeli and American reporting. And in a clear preponderance of cases, Hamas is targeting Israeli military resources, or their equivalents.

I wasn't aware that the sort of mortar and homemade-Qassam rockets that Hamas mostly utilizes could be targeted with the kind of specificity recorded here. But judging by their level of intent as spelled out here, Hamas doesn't engage in a policy of indiscriminate firing into purely civilian areas.

2008-12-29
E.Q.B. fired (20)Qassam rockets & (2) Grads at the Zionist military bases
2008-12-28
Al Qassam Brigades targeted the Zionist military bases around Gaza strip with Qassams and mortars
2008-12-28
E.Q.B. fired (3)Qassam rockets at the Zionist military bases as a response to the Zionist massacre in Gaza
2008-12-28
Al Qassam Brigades targeted the Zionist military bases around Gaza strip with Qassams and mortars
2008-12-20
Al Qassam Brigades targeted two military bases east of Rafah with (6) mortars
2008-12-13
Al Qassam Brigades targeted Zionist special force east of Khanyounis city
2008-12-08
Al Qassam Brigades targeted a military jeep east of Jabalya camp
2008-12-03
Al Qassam Brigades shelled the military site inside Nahal Oz base with two mortars
2008-12-03
Al Qassam Brigades shelled the Zionist military bases Huleet and Sofa with (6) mortars
2008-12-03
Al Qassam Brigades shelled the military base Nir Oz & the Third Eye with five mortars
2008-12-02
Al Qassam Brigades shelled Zionist soldiers east of Rafah city with (8) mortars
2008-12-02
Al Qassam Brigades shelled Zionist soldiers east of Rafah city with (5) mortars
2008-11-29
Al Qassam Brigades shelled Zionist military sites near Gaza with (10) mortars
2008-11-28
Al Qassam Brigades 5 mortars at the Zionist soldiers east of Khanyounis
2008-11-20
Al Qassam Brigades mourns Mohammed Al Ar’er from Al Shoja’eya neighborhood
2008-11-18
Al Qassam Brigades fired a Qassam rockets at the Zionist tanks east of Rafah
2008-11-14
Al Qassam Brigades fired five rockets at Al Majdal “Asqlan”
2008-11-14
Al Qassam Brigades fired eight rockets at Sderot settlement
2008-11-14
Al Qassam Brigades fired eight rockets at Sderot settlement
2008-11-12
Al Qassam Brigades mourns four mujahedeen - Al Qarara area east of Khanyounis
2008-11-12
Press Release About the Zionist threats against Gaza Strip
2008-11-08
Al Qassam Brigades snipe Zionist soldier east of Khanyounis city
2008-11-06
Press Release issued About The Zionist violations to calm
2008-11-05
Al-Qassam Fires Four Qassams at Asqalan
2008-11-05
E.Q.B targeted the Zionist military sites near Gaza border, tens of mortars and Qassam rockets were fired
2008-11-05
Al Qassam Brigades targeted the Zionist military sites near Gaza border, tens of mortars and Qassam rockets were fired
2008-11-05
Al Qassam Brigades mourns five mujahedeen in a Zionist air raid east of Khanyounis city
2008-11-05
Al Qassam Brigades shelled the Zionist Ksesufim military site with 12 mortars
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Al Qassam Brigades mourns Mazen Abu Sa'eda from Al Maghazi
2008-11-05
Al Qassam Brigades mourns Mazen Abu Sa'eda from Al Maghazi

2008-06-14
Al Qassam Brigades fired the Zionist forces east of Az-Zatoun neighborhood with five mortars
2008-06-14
Al Qassam Brigades shelled Zionist settlements adjacent to Gaza Strip with 13 Qassams and 92 mortars
2008-06-14
Al Qassam Brigades shelled Nir Oz settlement with three mortars; Zionist artillery site with five Qassams
2008-06-14
Al Qassam Brigades shelled the Zionist Nahal Oz settlement with 6 mortars
2008-06-14
Al Qassam Brigades fired Zionist settlements adjacent to Gaza Strip with several mortars and Qassam rockets
2008-06-12
Al Qassam Brigades sniped a Zionist soldier east of Jabalia
2008-06-12
Al Qassam Brigades fired R.P.G missile at Zionist force in Al Qarara area
2008-06-12
Al Qassam Brigades fired Zionist military vehicle east of Al Qarara with R.P.G missile
2008-06-10
Al Qassam Brigades launched R.P.G missile at Zionist bulldozer east of Rafah
2008-06-10
Al Qassam Brigades detonated explosive device in Zionist military jeep east of Khanyounis
2008-06-09
Al Qassam Brigades detonated explosive device in Zionist tank east of Khanyounis
2008-06-05
Al Qassam Brigades launched a mortar shell at Nir Oz settlement; Zionist settler was killed

2008-06-05
Al Qassam Brigades targeted Zionist infantry force with heavy gunfire and mortars
2008-06-05
Al Qassam Brigades shelled Zionist armored vehicles east of Abasan with (6) mortars and three RPGs
2008-06-05
Al Qassam Brigades shelled Zionist armored vehicles east of Al –Qarara with a mortar
2008-06-04
Al Qassam Brigades launched three R.P.Gs at Zionist tanks east of Khanyounis
2008-06-04
Al Qassam Brigades Zionist site east of Abassan with Qassam rocket ; Zionist tanks near Kissufim with other three
2008-06-04
Al Qassam Brigades shelled Zionist military site east of Deir Al-Balah with two mortars
2008-06-04
Al Qassam Brigades fired 6 mortars at Kissufim military site; confronted helicopters in Rafah
2008-06-03
Al Qassam Brigades detonated bomb in Zionist bulldozer; targeted another by R.P.G missile
2008-06-03
Al Qassam Brigades targeted Zionist infantry force east of Khanyounis with heavy gunfire
2008-06-03
Al Qassam Brigades sniped Zionist soldier east of Khanyounis
2008-06-03
Al Qassam Brigades shot Zionist troops east of Khanyounis with heavy gunfire
2008-06-02
Al Qassam martyrs and jihad operations statistic during May, 2008
2008-06-02
Al Qassam Brigades mourns Sari Abu Samra, died sustained of wounds
2008-06-01
Al Qassam Brigades targeted Zionist military vehicles east of Al Qarara with 3 R.P.G missiles; enemy said soldier wounded
2008-06-01
Al Qassam Brigades detonated two bombs in Zionist military vehicles east of Al Qarara
2008-06-01
Al Qassam Brigades fired the Zionist military vehicles east of Al Qarara with two mortar shells
2008-05-31
Al Qassam Brigades fired two mortar shells at Nahal Oz settlement
2008-05-29
Al Qassam Brigades fired Zionist troops east of Rafah with two Qassams
2008-05-28
Al Qassam Brigades fired two mortar shells at Zionist kfar Azza military site
2008-05-28
Al Qassam Brigades fired two mortar shells at Zionist drones airstrip in Zikim settlement
2008-05-28
Al Qassam Brigades launched R.P.G missile at bulldozer near Suffa crossing
2008-05-28
Al Qassam Brigades mourns Ossama Al-Ghoti
2008-05-28
Al Qassam Brigades sniped Zionist soldier near Suffa crossing to the east of Rafah
2008-05-28
Al Qassam Brigades shelled Zionist armored vehicles east of Rafah with 26 mortars
2008-05-28
Al Qassam Brigades fired R.P.G missile at Zionist bulldozer near Suffa crossing east of Rafah
2008-05-28
Al Qassam Brigades targeted Zionist soldier east of Khanyounis
2008-05-28
Thirteen mortar shells fired by Al Qassam Brigades at Zionist special forces east of Gaza
2008-05-26
Al Qassam Brigades fired Zionist Nahal Oz settlement with two Qassams
2008-05-26
Al Qassam Brigades shelled Zionist military vehicles in Shojaiya area with 35 mortars
2008-05-26
Al Qassam Brigades detonated antitank missile at a Zionist armored vehicle in Shojaiya

In the West Bank, on Monday, 15 December 2008, an OF undercover unit extra-judicially executed Jihad Ahmed Ameen Nawahda, 21, a member of the al-Quds Brigades
(the armed wing of Islamic Jihad), in al-Yamoun village west of Jenin. Nawahda was hit by multiple gunshots to the back, the abdomen and the legs. Nine Palestinian civilians, including 3 children, were wounded when OF used force against peaceful demonstrations organized in protest to the construction of the Annexation Wall west of Ramallah.

Also 3 Palestinian civilians, including a man and his son, were wounded by Zionist settlers' gunfire in Hebron on 4 and 5 December 2008. On Sunday, 12 December 2008, a Palestinian child was seriously wounded by a gunshot to the head fired by OF troops that provided protection to Zionist settlers who attacked Palestinian civilians and property in Hebron.

OF conducted at least 38 military incursions into Palestinian communities in the West Bank. During these incursions, OF arrested 50 Palestinian civilians, including 14 children and a girl, Thus, the number of Palestinian civilians arrested by OF in the West Bank since the beginning of 2008 has mounted to 2,311. OF also transformed 8 houses in Hebron into military sites. In the Gaza Strip, OF troops that had moved into 'Abassan village, east of Khan Yunis, arrested 3 Palestinian civilians, including 2 children, for some hours.

OF have continued to impose a tightened siege on the OPT and imposed severe restrictions on the movement of Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, including occupied East Jerusalem. OF imposed a comprehensive closure on the OPT for the the Jewish Sukkot. Gaza Strip OF have continued to close all border crossings to the Gaza Strip for more than two years. The OF siege of Gaza, which has steadily tightened since June 2007, has had a disastrous impact on the humanitarian and economic situation in the Gaza Strip.

The Gaza Power plant completely stopped operation due to the lack of energy fuel. Over the past three weeks, OF have allowed only 1,721,610 liters of energy fuel into the Gaza Strip, an amount which can operate the power plant for only 5 days.

The main concern of 1.5 million people living in the Gaza Strip is to obtain their basic needs of food, medicines, water and electricity supplies. The majority of the civilian population lack access to drinking water. Electricity is cut off for 100,000s of civilians from 8-12 hours daily, which has impacted at least 500,000 students or various stages of education who are currently having exams.

The UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) was forced to suspend it humanitarian aids program for at least 750,000 Palestinian refugees in the Gaza Strip for 5 days. Thousands of Palestinian civilians have been forced to wait in long queues to buy bread. The Rafah International Crossing Point has been opened for a few days for a number of patients who received medical treatment abroad and needed to return home to the Gaza Strip.

OF have continued to close Beit Hanoun (Erez) crossing in the face of Palestinian civilians wishing to travel to the West Bank and Zionist for medical treatment, trade or social visits.

OF have imposed additional restrictions on access of international diplomats, journalists and humanitarian workers to the Gaza Strip. They have prevented representatives of several international humanitarian organizations from entering the Gaza Strip.

OF have decreased the number of patients allowed to travel through Erez crossing to receive medical treatment in hospitals in the West Bank and Zionist entity to an average of 17 patients daily, which marks a decrease by 15% in comparison with the first quarter of 2008.

Health conditions in the Gaza Strip have deteriorated and all medical facilities have been impacted as scores of medical sets are operated by electricity. Dozens medicines have been lacking.

The lives of newly born babies, whose development has not been completed, is endangered as they need medical equipments in neonatal units that are operated by electricity. Living conditions of the Palestinian civilian population have seriously deteriorated; levels of poverty and unemployment have sharply mounted. At least 900 Palestinian prisoners in Zionist jails have been deprived for family visitation for more than 16 months.

West Bank OF have continued to impose severe restrictions on the movement of Palestinian civilians throughout the West Bank, including occupied East Jerusalem. Thousands of Palestinian civilians from the West Bank and the Gaza Strip continue to be denied access to Jerusalem. OF have established checkpoints in and around Jerusalem, severely restricting Palestinian access to the city. Civilians are frequently prevented from praying at the al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. There are approximately permanent 630 roadblocks, manned and unmanned checkpoints across the West Bank. In addition, there are some 60-80 ‘flying’ or temporary checkpoints erected across the West Bank by OF every week.

When complete, the illegal Annexation Wall will stretch for 724 kilometers around the West Bank, further isolating the entire population. 350 kilometers of the Wall has already been constructed. Approximately 99% of the Wall has been constructed inside the West Bank itself, further confiscating Palestinian land. At least 65% of the main roads that leads to 18 Palestinian communities in the West Bank are closed or fully controlled by OF (47 out of 72 roads).

There are around 500 kilometers of restricted roads across the West Bank. In addition, approximately one third of the West Bank, including occupied East Jerusalem, is inaccessible to Palestinians without a permit issued by the OF. These permits are extremely difficult to obtain. OF continue to harass, and assault demonstrators who hold peaceful protests against the construction of the Annexation Wall. Palestinian civilians continue to be harassed by OF in Jerusalem, and across the West Bank, including being regularly stopped and searched in the streets by OF.

OF arrested 6 Palestinian civilians, including a child, at various checkpoints in the West Bank. OF have escalated arbitrary measures against Palestinian civilians in East Jerusalem to force them to leave the city. OF stormed and confiscated for the third a tent set up by the al-Kurd family in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in East Jerusalem. It is worth noting that OF seized Fawzia al-Kurd's house on 9 November 2008 and expelled the family from it. Since that date, Fawzia al-Kurd has lived in a tent set up near the house.

OF have continued settlement activities and Zionist settlers living in the OPT in violation of international humanitarian law have continued to attack Palestinian civilians and property. Zionist settlers living in "Kiryat Arba" and "Kharsina" settlements and settlement outposts in the southeast and the center of Hebron launched a series of systematic terrorist attacks against Palestinian civilians and property in nearby Palestinian residential areas in Hebron. OF provided protection for settlers, the settlers used firearms, empty bottles and stones in their attacks. A number of Palestinian civilians were injured, 4 houses were burnt, 5 vehicles were destroyed and some other property was damaged.

In the West Bank, on Monday, 15 December 2008, an OF undercover unit extra-judicially executed Jihad Ahmed Ameen Nawahda, 21, a member of the al-Quds Brigades (the armed wing of Islamic Jihad), in al-Yamoun village west of Jenin. Nawahda was hit by multiple gunshots to the back, the abdomen and the legs.

Nine Palestinian civilians, including 3 children, were wounded when OF used force against peaceful demonstrations organized in protest to the construction of the Annexation Wall west of Ramallah.

Also 3 Palestinian civilians, including a man and his son, were wounded by Zionist settlers' gunfire in Hebron on 4 and 5 December 2008.

On Sunday, 12 December 2008, a Palestinian child was seriously wounded by a gunshot to the head fired by OF troops that provided protection to Zionist settlers who attacked Palestinian civilians and property in Hebron.

OF conducted at least 38 military incursions into Palestinian communities in the West Bank. During these incursions, OF arrested 50 Palestinian civilians, including 14 children and a girl, Thus, the number of Palestinian civilians arrested by OF in the West Bank since the beginning of 2008 has mounted to 2,311. OF also transformed 8 houses in Hebron into military sites. In the Gaza Strip, OF troops that had moved into 'Abassan village, east of Khan Yunis, arrested 3 Palestinian civilians, including 2 children, for some hours.

OF have continued to impose a tightened siege on the OPT and imposed severe restrictions on the movement of Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, including occupied East Jerusalem. OF imposed a comprehensive closure on the OPT for the the Jewish Sukkot.

Gaza Strip OF have continued to close all border crossings to the Gaza Strip for more than two years. The OF siege of Gaza, which has steadily tightened since June 2007, has had a disastrous impact on the humanitarian and economic situation in the Gaza Strip.

The Gaza Power plant completely stopped operation due to the lack of energy fuel. Over the past three weeks, OF have allowed only 1,721,610 liters of energy fuel into the Gaza Strip, an amount which can operate the power plant for only 5 days. The main concern of 1.5 million people living in the Gaza Strip is to obtain their basic needs of food, medicines, water and electricity supplies. The majority of the civilian population lack access to drinking water. Electricity is cut off for 100,000s of civilians from 8-12 hours daily, which has impacted at least 500,000 students or various stages of education who are currently having exams.

The UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) was forced to suspend it humanitarian aids program for at least 750,000 Palestinian refugees in the Gaza Strip for 5 days. Thousands of Palestinian civilians have been forced to wait in long queues to buy bread. The Rafah International Crossing Point has been opened for a few days for a number of patients who received medical treatment abroad and needed to return home to the Gaza Strip. OF have continued to close Beit Hanoun (Erez) crossing in the face of Palestinian civilians wishing to travel to the West Bank and Zionist for medical treatment, trade or social visits.

OF have imposed additional restrictions on access of international diplomats, journalists and humanitarian workers to the Gaza Strip. They have prevented representatives of several international humanitarian organizations from entering the Gaza Strip.

OF have decreased the number of patients allowed to travel through Erez crossing to receive medical treatment in hospitals in the West Bank and Zionist entity to an average of 17 patients daily, which marks a decrease by 15% in comparison with the first quarter of 2008. Health conditions in the Gaza Strip have deteriorated and all medical facilities have been impacted as scores of medical sets are operated by electricity. Dozens medicines have been lacking. The lives of newly born babies, whose development has not been completed, is endangered as they need medical equipments in neonatal units that are operated by electricity. Living conditions of the Palestinian civilian population have seriously deteriorated; levels of poverty and unemployment have sharply mounted. At least 900 Palestinian prisoners in Zionist jails have been deprived for family visitation for more than 16 months.

OF have continued to impose severe restrictions on the movement of Palestinian civilians throughout the West Bank, including occupied East Jerusalem. Thousands of Palestinian civilians from the West Bank and the Gaza Strip continue to be denied access to Jerusalem. OF have established checkpoints in and around Jerusalem, severely restricting Palestinian access to the city. Civilians are frequently prevented from praying at the al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

There are approximately permanent 630 roadblocks, manned and unmanned checkpoints across the West Bank. In addition, there are some 60-80 ‘flying’ or temporary checkpoints erected across the West Bank by OF every week. When complete, the illegal Annexation Wall will stretch for 724 kilometers around the West Bank, further isolating the entire population. 350 kilometers of the Wall has already been constructed. Approximately 99% of the Wall has been constructed inside the West Bank itself, further confiscating Palestinian land.

At least 65% of the main roads that leads to 18 Palestinian communities in the West Bank are closed or fully controlled by OF (47 out of 72 roads.) There are around 500 kilometers of restricted roads across the West Bank. In addition, approximately one third of the West Bank, including occupied East Jerusalem, is inaccessible to Palestinians without a permit issued by the OF. These permits are extremely difficult to obtain.

OF continue to harass, and assault demonstrators who hold peaceful protests against the construction of the Annexation Wall. Palestinian civilians continue to be harassed by OF in Jerusalem, and across the West Bank, including being regularly stopped and searched in the streets by OF. OF arrested 6 Palestinian civilians, including a child, at various checkpoints in the West Bank. OF stormed and confiscated for the third a tent set up by the al-Kurd family in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in East Jerusalem. It is worth noting that OF seized Fawzia al-Kurd's house on 9 November 2008 and expelled the family from it. Since that date, Fawzia al-Kurd has lived in a tent set up near the house.

OF have continued settlement activities and Zionist settlers living in the OPT in violation of international humanitarian law have continued to attack Palestinian civilians and property. Zionist settlers living in "Kiryat Arba" and "Kharsina" settlements and settlement outposts in the southeast and the center of Hebron launched a series of systematic terrorist attacks against Palestinian civilians and property in nearby Palestinian residential areas in Hebron. OF provided protection for settlers, the settlers used firearms, empty bottles and stones in their attacks. A number of Palestinian civilians were injured, 4 houses were burnt, 5 vehicles were destroyed and some other property was damaged.

Books


1988, Salvation and Suicide: Jim Jones, the Peoples Temple, and Jonestown, by David Chidester, Indiana University Press, Bloomington,
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2011, A Thousand Lives: The Untold Story of Hope, Deception, and Survival at Jonestown, by Julia Scheeres,
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1987, Gone from the Promised Land: Jonestown in American Cultural History, by John R. Hall,
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The Jonestown Carnage--A CIA Crime, by S.F. Alinin, B.G. Antonov, A.N. Itskov ; [translated from the Russian by Nadezhda Burova and Sergei Chulaki], Publisher: Progress Publishers 1987, 186 pages

Revisiting the Jonestown Tragedy - Newly released documents shed light on unsolved murders (http://www.freedommag.org/english/vol29I4/page04.htm) by Thomas G. Whittle and Jan Thorpe (more recent review of Jonestown tragedy)

Seductive Poison: A Jonestown Survivor's Story of Life and Death in The Peoples Temple by Deborah Layton, Doubleday/Anchor Books, 1998

Hold hands and die!: The incredibly true story of the People's Temple and the Reverend Jim Jones by John Maguire, Dale Books (1978)

The Strongest Poison by Mark Lane, Elsevier-Dutton (Hawthorn Books), (1979)

Gone from the Promised Land: Jonestown in American Cultural History

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Apocalyptic Trajectories: Millenarianism And Violence In The

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John Walliss - 2004 - Religion when he said irrational things, he was aware that they were irrational, but that they served as a tool ... Everyone,including the children, was told to line up. As we passed through the line, we were given a small glass of red liquid to drink. We were told that the liquid contained poison and that we would die within 45 minutes.

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Jack Kozakar - 2012 - Self-Help After the attack, Jim Jones convinced everyone to 'drink the Kool-Aid'—a ...Nine hundred and nine, including three hundred and three children, drank ... As we passed through the line, we were given a small glass of red liquid to drink. We were told that the liquid contained poison and that we would die within 45 minutes.

The Dark Side of Transformational Leadership: A Critical Perspective - Page 170 - Google Books Result

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Dennis Tourish - 2013 - Business & Economics Debbie Layton described one such event in an affidavit, made shortly after she ... in June 1978: Everyone,including the children, was told to line up. As we passed through the line, we were given a small glass of red liquid to drink. We were told that the liquid contained poison and that we would die within 45 minutes.

A Sympathetic History of Jonestown: The Moore Family Involvement in Peoples ... By Rebecca Moore

Krause, Charles A. with Laurence M. Stern, Richard Harwood. Guyana Massacre: The Eyewitness Account. New York: Berkeley Books, 1978.

Kilduff, Marshall and Ron Javers. Suicide Cult: The Inside Story of the Peoples Temple Sect and the Massacre in Guyana. New York: Bantam Books, 1978.

Mills, Jeannie. Six Years with God: Life inside Rev. Jim Jones's Peoples Temple. New York: A&W Publishers, 1979.

Naipaul, Shiva. Journey to Nowhere: A New World Tragedy. New York: Penguin Books, 1980

Klineman, Marshall and Sherman Butler, and David Conn. The Cult that Died: The Tragedy of Jim Jones and the People's Temple. New York: G.O. Putman's Sons, 1980

Feinsod, Ethan. Awake in a Nightmare. Jonestown. The Only Eyewitness Account. New York: W.W. Norton, 1981

Reston, James, Jr. Our Father Who Art in Hell: The Life and Death of Jim Jones. New York: Times Books, 1981.

Harding, Vincent. The Other American Revolution. 2nd Edition. University of California and the Institute of the Black World, 1982.

Weightman, Judith. Making Sense of the Jonestown Suicides. Lewiston, N.Y.: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1983

Moore, Rebecca. Jonestown letters: Correspondence of the Moore Family, 1970-1985. Lewiston/Queenston: Edwin Mellen Press, 1986.

Hall, John R. Gone from the Promised Land: Jonestown in American Cultural History. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Publishers, 1987.

Brailey, Jeffrey. Ghosts of November: Memoirs of an Outsider who Witnessed the Carnage at Jonestown, Guyana. San Antonio, Texas: J&J Publishers, 1998.

Kahalas, Laurie Efrein. Snake Dance: Unraveling the Mysteries of Jonestown. New York: Red Robin Press, 1998.

Layton, Deborah. Seductive Poison: A Jonestown Survivor's Story of Life and Death in the Peoples Temple. New York: Anchor Books, 1998.

Maaga, Mary McCormick. Hearing the Voices of Jonestown: Putting a Human Face on an American Tragedy. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press, 1998.

Chidester, David. Salvation and Suicide: An Interpretation of Jim Jones, the Peoples Temple, and Jonestown. Revised Edition. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2003.

Jonestown: A Vexation Paperback by Carmen Gillespie, Publication Date: January 31, 2011

A Lavender Look at the Temple - Scribd

A Gay Perspective of the Peoples Temple, by Michael Bellefountaine, with Dora Bellefountaine, Bloomington: iUniverse, 2011,

www.scribd.com/doc/.../A-Lavender-Look-at-the-TempleShareAug 30, 2012 – Most had never even heard of the church until news of the tragic deaths of more than nine ... the publisher except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles and reviews. .... Volume 6) The assertion to “record the difference” reflects relativism in research. ...... MS 3800 ff FBI Bu-File 89-4286.

Moore, Rebecca, Anthony B. Pinn and Mary R. Sawyer. Peoples Temple and Black Religion in America. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2004.

Naipaul, Shiva. Journey to Nowhere: A New World Tragedy. New York: Simon & Shuster,1982.

Nugent, John Peer. White Night: The True Story of What Happened Before – And After – Jonestown. New York: Rawson, Wade Publishers, Inc., 1979.

Reiterman, Tim with John Jacobs. Raven: The Untold Story of the Rev. Jim Jones and His People. New York: E. P. Dutton, Inc. 1982.

Schaer, Roland, Gregory Claeys and Lyman Tower Sargent, ed. Utopia. New York: The New York Public Library/Oxford University Press, 2000.

Schwartz, Harvey. Dialogues with Forgotten Voices. New York: Basic Books, 2000.

Smith, Richard Candida, ed. Utopia and Dissent: Art, Poetry and Politics in California. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1995.

Stephenson, Denice, ed. Dear People: Remembering Jonestown. San Francisco: California Historical Society Press and Heyday Books, 2005.

Sutherland, Fraser. Jonestown. Ontario, Canada: McClelland & Stewart, Inc., 1996.

Thrash, Catherine (Hyacinth) and Marian K. Towne. The Onliest Alive: Surviving Jonestown. Indianapolis, Indiana: M. Towne, 1995.

Wooden, Kenneth. The Children of Jonestown. New York: McGraw Hill, 1981.

Yee, Min S. and Thomas N. Layton. In My Father's House. New York: Bantam Books, 1982.

Articles

Axthelm, Pete. "The Cult of Death" Newsweek. December 4th, 1978: p. 39+.

Bird, C. "Nine Places in the World to Hide." Esquire January 1962: pp. 55-7, 128-32.

Feinsilber, Pamela. "My Name is Jim Jones." San Francisco, November 2003: p. 77+.

Kilduff, Marshall and Phil Tracy. "Inside Peoples Temple." New West, August 1st, 1978: p. 30-38.

Wright, Lawrence. "Orphans of Jonestown." The New Yorker. November 22, 1993: p. 66+.
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May 20, 2007, A Jonestown Bibliography
There is only one book out of the 33 that have been written about Jonestown, that takes the reader to the scene of mass death and graphically describes the clean-up and return of the remains of 914 Americans to the USA. It's the first book on this list, highlighted in red.

Krause, Charles A.; Guyana massacre : the eyewitness account, New York : Berkley Publishing Corporation, 1978

Kilduff, Marshall and Ron Javers.Suicide Cult: The Inside Story of the Peoples Temple Sect and the Massacre in Guyana. Bantam Books, New York, 1978. ISBN 978-0-553-12920-5.

Johnson, Doyle Paul; "Dilemma of Charismatic Leadership: The Case of The Peoples Temple." Sociological Analysis 40: 315-323. 1979

Thielmann, Bonnie; The broken god, Elgin, Ill. : D. C. Cook, c1979

Hall, John R.; "Apocalypse at Jonestown." Society 16 (6): 52-61. 1979

Kern, Phil and Doug Wead; People’s Temple, People’s Tomb. Plainfield N.J.: Logos International, 1979.

Nugent, John Peer; White Night. New York: Rawson, Wade Publishers, 1979

Rose, Steve; Jesus and Jim Jones: Behind Jonestown. New York: The Pilgrim Press, 1979.

Mills, Jeannie; Six years with God : life inside Reverend Jim Jones' Peoples Temple, New York : A & W Publishers, [1979]

U.S. Committee on Foreign Affairs; The Assassination of Representative Leo J. Ryan and the Jonestown, Guyana Tragedy. U.S. House of Representatives, 96th Congress, First Session. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1979

U.S. Committee on Foreign Affairs Hearing; The Death of Representative Leo J. Ryan, Peoples Temple, and Jonestown: Understanding a Tragedy. U.S. House of Representatives, 96th Congress, First Session. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1979

Lane, Mark. The Strongest Poison. New York: Hawthorn, 1980

Klineman, George, Sherman Butler, and David Conn; The Cult That Died: The Tragedy of Jim Jones and the Peoples Temple. New York: Putnam. 1980

Feinsod, Ethan; Awake in a Nightmare: Jonestown: The Only Eyewitness Account. New York: W. W. Norton, 1981

Yee, Min S.; In my father's house : the story of the Layton family and the Reverend Jim Jones, New York : Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1981

Reston, James, Jr.; Our Father Who Art in Hell. New York: Times Books, 1981

Wooden, Kenneth; The children of Jonestown, New York : McGraw-Hill, 1981

Reiterman, Tim and John Jacobs; Raven : The Untold Story of Rev. Jim Jones and His People, Dutton, 1982. ISBN 978-0-525-24136-2.

Levi, Ken; Violence and Religious Commitment: Implications of Jim Jones's Peoples Temple Movement. University Park: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1982

Parker, Pat; Jonestown and Other Madness. Ithaca, N.Y.: Firebrand Books, 1985

Moore, Rebecca; A Sympathetic History of Jonestown: The Moore Family Involvement in Peoples Temple. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1985 ISBN 978-0-88946-860-3.

Robbins, Thomas; "Religious Mass Suicide Before Jonestown: The Russian Old Believers." Sociological Analysis 47: 1-20. 1986

Moore, Rebecca; The Jonestown Letters: Correspondence of the Moore Family 1970-1985. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1986

Hall, John R.; Gone from the promised land: Jonestown in American cultural history, New Brunswick, U.S.A. : Transaction Books, 1987 . ISBN 978-0-88738-124-9. reissued 2004.

Hall, John R.; "The Impact of Apostates on the Trajectory of Religious Movement: The Case of the Peoples Temple", in David G. Bromley (ed.) Falling from the Faith: Causes and Consequences of Religious Apostasy. Sage Publications, 1988. ISBN 978-0-8039-3188-6.

Chidester, David; Salvation and suicide: an interpretation of Jim Jones, the Peoples Temple, and Jonestown

Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1988, reissued 2004.

Moore, Rebecca; In Defense of Peoples Temple. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1988.

Melton, J. Gordon; Peoples Temple and Jim Jones: Broadening Our Perspective. New York: Garland, 1990.

Fishwick, Marshall, "Great Awakenings: Popular Religion and Popular Culture", Routledge, 1994,

Thrash, Catherine; The onliest one alive: surviving Jonestown, Guyana, Indianapolis, Ind. : M. Towne, 1995

Richardson, James; Willie Brown A Biography, University of California Press, 1996,

Brailey, Jeff; The Ghosts of November: Memoirs of an Outsider who Witnessed the Carnage at Jonestown, Guyana. San Antonio: J & J Publishers, 1998.

Kahalas, Laurie Efrein; Snake Dance: Unravelling the Mysteries of Jonestown. New York: Red Robin Press. 1998

Wessinger, Catherine; How the Millennium Comes Violently. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1998

Maaga, Mary McCormick.; Hearing the voices of Jonestown, Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, 1998

Kahalas, Laurie Efrein; Snake Dance: Unravelling the Mysteries of Jonestown. New York: Red Robin Press, 1998

Brailey, Jeff; The Ghosts of November: Memoirs of an Outsider who Witnessed the Carnage at Jonestown, Guyana, San Antonio: J & J Publishers, 1998. ISBN-13: 978-0966786804

Layton, Deborah, Seductive poison: a Jonestown survivor's story of life and death in the Peoples Temple. New York : Anchor Books, 1998 ISBN 978-0-385-48984-3

Wessinger, Catherine. How the Millennium Comes Violently: From Jonestown to Heaven's Gate. Seven Bridges Press, 2000. ISBN 978-1-889119-24-3.

Sawyer, Mary R.; "The Church in Peoples Temple." In Peoples Temple and Black Religion in America, eds. Rebecca Moore, Anthony B. Pinn, and Mary Sawyer. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 2004

Moore, Rebecca, Anthony B. Pinn and Mary R. Sawyer, eds.; Peoples Temple and Black Religion in America. Bloomington: University of Indiana, 2004

Coleman, Loren; The Copycat Effect, Simon & Schuster, 2004,

Harrison, Milmon F.; "Jim Jones and Black Worship Traditions." In Peoples Temple and Black Religion in America, eds. Rebecca Moore, Anthony B. Pinn, and Mary Sawyer. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 2004

Stephenson, Denice; Dear People: Remembering Jonestown. Berkeley: Heyday Books, 2005.

Lamar Waldron; Watergate: The Hidden History: Nixon, the Mafia, and the CIA, Berkeley, CA: Counterpoint, 2012,
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Chidester, David, Salvation and Suicide: Jim Jones, the People's Temple and Jonestown (Religion in North America), 2nd rev.ed., Indiana University Press, 2004. ISBN 978-0-253-21632-8

Hall, John R. (1987), Gone from the Promised Land, Transaction Publishers, ISBN 0-88738-124-3

Klineman, George and Sherman Butler. The Cult That Died. G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1980. ISBN 0-399-12540-X.

Layton, Deborah (1999), Seductive Poison, Anchor Books, ISBN 0-385-48984-6

Levi, Ken (1982), Violence and Religious Commitment

Maaga, Mary McCormick. Hearing the voices of Jonestown. Syracuse University Press, 1998. ISBN 0-8156-0515-3.

Naipaul, Shiva. Black & White. Hamish Hamilton, London, 1980. ISBN 0-241-10337-1.

Reiterman, Tom; Jacobs, John (1982), Raven: The Untold Story of Rev. Jim Jones and His People, Dutton, ISBN 0-525-24136-1

Wessinger, Catherine (2000), How the Millennium Comes Violently: From Jonestown to Heaven's Gate, Seven Bridges Press, ISBN 978-1-889119-24-3

Beyond Belief: My Secret Life Inside Scientology and My Harrowing Escape

Holy Terrors: Thinking About Religion After September 11, 2nd Edition, by Bruce Lincoln, $12.63

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Why Waco?: Cults and the Battle for Religious … $25.34

A Culture of Conspiracy: Apocalyptic Visions in Contemporary America (Comparative Studies in Religion and Society) by Michæl Barkun, $25.60

The Rig Veda (Penguin Classics) $10.84

The End of the World As We Know It: Faith, Fatalism, and … $21.96

Raven: The Untold Story of the Rev. Jim Jones, by Tim Reiterman Paperback

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Stories from Jonestown, Hardcover by Leigh Fondakowski

Jonestown Survivor: An Insider's Look,Paperback by Laura Johnston Kohl

Six Years With God: Life Inside Rev. Jim Jones's Peoples Temple, Hardcover by Jeannie Mills

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Salvation and Suicide: An Interpretation of Jim Jones, the Peoples Temple, and Jonestown (Religion in North America) Paperback by David Chidester

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David Chidester. Salvation and Suicide: Jim Jones, The Peoples Temple, and Jonestown.(Book Review): An article from: Utopian Studies e-book by Bill Metcalf

Rapture Culture: Left Behind in Evangelical America Paperback by Amy Johnson Frykholm

Snake Dance: Unravelling the Mysteries of Jonestown Paperback by Laurie Efrein Kahalas

God, Harlem U.S.A.: The Father Divine Story Paperback by Jill Watts

Jonestown: A Vexation Paperback by Carmen Gillespie

Jonestown Lullaby: Poems And Pictures Paperback by Teri Buford O'Shea

Propaganda Paperback by Edward Bernays

Propaganda: The Formation of Men's Attitudes Paperback by Jacques Ellul

Age of Propaganda: The Everyday Use and Abuse of Persuasion Paperback by Anthony Pratkanis

Crystallizing Public Opinion Paperback by Edward Bernays

Media Control, Second Edition: The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda (Open Media Series) Paperback by Noam Chomsky

Propaganda and Persuasion Paperback by Dr. Garth S. Jowett

Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass MediaPaperback by Edward S. Herman

The Ten Commandments of Propaganda Paperback by Brian Anse Patrick

Public Opinion Paperback by Walter Lippmann