This section will be filled in as the sources are found. I can only watch so many Youtube videos on this subject, please help.
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97 Personal conversation with author and McGauley, May, 1994. In a letter dated July 16, 1993 and subsequently distributed to hundreds of child care professionals at a January 1993, APSAC convention in San Diego, Summit writes that "the archaeological report cannot be released until the bills are paid. Even then, there will be no funds to publish the report or to distribute it." Until then, the official report would remain "only a tantalizing promise." In a conversation with Summit, in May, 1994, this writer, after being assured that all bills related to the project had finally been paid and that a "bribe" was not intended, was solicited for donations to help with publication costs. In "The Dark Tunnels of McMartin," (The Journal of Psychohistory, 21(4), Spring 1994, p. 416, n. 8), Summit states that ". . . there is no general access to this report, and no assurance of when or how it might become available. Inquiries may be directed to me, including any interest in assisting in publication." In the article's conclusion, Summit states, "Jackie McGauley has hard-won documentation of physical evidence to share. Who will buy it?" See also an adaptation of the article, "Digging For The Truth: The McMartin Tunnel Project Versus Trenchant Disbelief," Treating Abuse Today, 4(4), 1994, p. 7. A sidebar, written by editors, announces the goal of publishing 1,000 copies of Stickel's report for distribution to "researchers, journalists, policy-makers and other professionals and interested parties." Donations are asked for and readers are informed that they may obtain individual copies of the report for $19.00, with a 4 to 6 week delivery period required. An attempt by another journalist known to the author to obtain a copy of the report in this fashion failed. The check was returned with a letter explaining that the McMartin Tunnel Project has decided not to release the report after all, due to potential biased media criticism and because MTP seeks a more friendly, less skeptical environment for release of the report. [Back]
The author of this web site was offered a copy of the report and turned it down, as there is no need to argue about the truthfulness of the tunnel project.
From: TunnellReport@aol.com You would think she could spell tunnel.
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2003 20:40:51 EDT
Subject: McMartin Preschool Case, Government Plant CIA Ted L. Gunderson That's pretty funny (and paranoid.)
This is all OK, but I would rather not make all of my public appearances public anymore. I took all of that off the top of my head and it may not be accurate to the nth degree and I would not want anyone coming after me for that…Could you take off all that stuff? I’d appreciate it.
Television appeanyrances: Her spelling, looks like she was pretty busy being a public figure, embarrassing herself (89 items)
*In this case a limited purpose public figure, meaning those who have "thrust themselves to the forefront of particular public controversies in order to influence the resolution of the issues involved."