Mark Lane vs. Sylvia Meagher
Updated: May 21
In the fall of 1967, Sylvia Meagher published Accessories After the Fact: The Warren Commission, The Authorities & The Report. Her "Epilogue: A New Investigation" included a few paragraphs about the Garrison investigation:
The back cover included several blurbs, one of which was Mark Lane's:
Here is an ad for Accessories After the Fact in Book World:
Mark Lane was not happy with Bobbs-Merrill using his blurb, and Mort Sahl included a segment about Meagher's book in his act. Meagher wrote Sahl a letter:
The publisher of Accessories After the Fact also wrote Sahl:
Mark Lane then wrote to Robert Ockene:
Sylvia Meagher replied to Mark Lane:
Here is an excerpt from a letter that Sylvia Meagher sent to Tom Bethell:
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