- Col. "Dangerous" Dan Marvin, once asked to
assassinate a military officer at Bethesda Naval Hospital holding damaging
pictures of the JFK autopsy, has "stuck it big time" to the Pentagon
- With a recent federal court victory this week revealing
hit squads and assassinations are accepted military policy, Col. Marvin
fought off a long and costly legal battle for libel concerning statements
made in his controversial 2003 book, The Expendable Elite.
- After hearing evidence, the jury quickly decided in Col
Marvin's favor after only deliberating two hours, coming back with a decision
that essentially quashed any attempts by the Pentagon in calling him a
liar by what was printed in his book.
- "The most difficult part of the whole trial was
that the Pentagon bribed and coerced some of my men to lie on the stand
about what really happened in Vietnam," said Col. Marvin this week
on Greg Szymanski's radio show, The Investigative Journal, where he emphasized
the importance of the trial verdict, saying it was "an ultimate victory
for the truth and for the American people."
- "Originally, years ago when I started working on
the book, I made tape recordings of the statements of my men in order to
back up my story. We played these tape recordings to the jury and they
believed I was telling the truth and not fabricating anything like the
- The saddest moment of the trial, according to Col. Marvin,
came when one his former men of Camp A-424 in An Phu, John Strait, took
the stand, saying the tapes were fabrications and the incident reported
in the book where Col. Marvin talked about saving his life from a mortar
blast was also not true.
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