Here are Sylvia Meagher's notes on two telephone calls in late 1967. I can't tell which call came first because the date on the first call is wrong -- November 6, was a Monday.
In any event, the issue of Jim Garrison ruptured their friendship.
The next night:
Meagher ends by writing "I declined his offer of "partnership" and made it clear that I would continue to be guided by my own judgment and my own conscience and to pursue a consistent policy of denouncing lies and fabrications against innocent persons, wherever they originated. I felt that we had taken different paths, that we were now in different camps, and that our differences were so fundamental that they could not be put aside or ignored. The conversation terminated on that note."
Previous Relevant Blog Posts regarding Sylvia Meagher and Jim Garrison
Meagher turns down membership in Fensterwald's JFK group because of the presence of Jim Garrison.
A scathing review of Flammonde's book about the Garrison investigation.
An exchange of letters about Jim Garrison.
Garrison comes up with a crazy code and Sylvia Meagher calls him out.
Meagher also wrote poetry.
Meagher's very good idea shows that Garrison didn't care to learn the truth.
Thornley tells Meagher about an article illustrating Garrison's pre-occupation with the JFK assassination.
Bethell wrote Meagher about Charles Spiesel and his ridiculous testimony at the Clay Shaw trial.
Sylvia Meagher's terrific letter to Look Magazine in response to their article "The Persecution of Clay Shaw."
She was very pleased with his acquittal.
Meagher writes Clay Shaw a letter and his response is just terrific.
Dr. Wecht didn't think too much of Garrison, either.
Meagher educates Farrell on Jim Garrison.
A plea to Oliver Stone with a compilation of Meagher's writings about Jim Garrison.
Howard Roffman writes a letter to Harold Weisberg about Sylvia Meagher.
This phone call broke their relationship.
An unpublished Meagher memo on the trial of Clay Shaw.
Another unpublished Meagher memo on the Garrison investigation and Warren Report critics.
Sylvia Meagher's letter to the Editor regarding Garrison's interview in Playboy Magazine.
Meagher writes Harold Weisberg with her comments on the verdict.
James Phelan and Sylvia Meagher write Garrison letters about his book.
An exchange of letters between Thornley and Meagher.
Meagher writes Thornley about Lane's comment on RFK.
Meagher writes Thornley with an opinion.
Exchange of letters between Meagher, Arnoni and Garrison.
Meagher writes Weisberg about the damage Garrison is doing to critics of the Warren Report.
Meagher replies to the New York Review of Books regarding Popkin's article on Garrison.
An exchange of letters between Popkin and Meagher.