Gerald Blaine DENIES he ever spoke to William Manchester…for a specific reason.
Floyd Boring WAS adamant that he never spoke to Manchester and that IS backed up by the lack of a source in Manchester’s book…guess who the source was? ole Blaine…
As I mention in my first and third books, NO FLOYD BORING interview was found at the William Manchester collection held at Wesleyan Unviersity, thus vindicating/ corroborating Boring that he never spoke to Manchester…which means someone else–Blaine-–spoke for him. Blaine’s transcript is MISSING, as he definitely was interviewed–he admitted to me in 2004-2005 that he spoke to him, the book has a specific sourced interview date, and Blaine is the only conceivable person in the Tampa motorcade who could have made this all up. ANOTHER THING: Blaine was thanked in Manchester’s OTHER JFK book...
So much for Blaine’s denials that he never spoke to the author. WHY did he deny it now? Because he knows it leaves him hanging out to dry as THE dubious source for the phony agents-ordered-off-the-limo crap.
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Boring, but no Blaine, in the index-
Blaine, but NO BORING, in the sourced interviews:
the offending quotes “from” Boring that Mr. Boring adamantly denied were even true. Boring also stated that he was never interviewed, which is corroborated by the above. The only agent interviewed who is NOT actually mentioned in the text itself? BLAINE. Blaine was THE source for the phony “Ivy league charlatans” quote attributed falsely to Boring (and, as others have noted, JFK would not have used that kind of language- he was a Harvard graduate).