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  • Writer's pictureFred Litwin

Mark Lane saw a conspiracy - as usual

Updated: Jul 19

Tampa Bay Times, November 29, 1979

Money Quote:

In the many-layered horrors of Jonestown, the egregious lawyer has behaved in a manner so reprehensible that many whose minds were reeling found themselves steadied by a rush of the first manageable emotion to visit during the episode. It was sustaining rage.

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