[Vision2020] W. Mark Felt, hero or heel?

Pat Kraut pkraut at moscow.com
Sat Jun 4 22:51:28 PDT 2005

You need to catch up with the news reports. His daughter talked him into
coming forward so that he could indeed write a book and get money for his
grandchildren's educational desires. He took an oath to protect the
president and he went behind everybodys back to break the law. The fact that
he is now 91 has nothing to do with the truth of the whole thing. Yes,
everyone else did time for their part in it...and no, he probably won't but
that does not make what he did right. He should have gone to the grand jury
to make his accusations. He is no hero!

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Joan Opyr" <joanopyr at earthlink.net>
To: "Pat Kraut" <pkraut at moscow.com>
Cc: "vision2020" <vision2020 at moscow.com>
Sent: Saturday, June 04, 2005 12:24 AM
Subject: Re: [Vision2020] W. Mark Felt, hero or heel?

On Jun 3, 2005, at 6:21 PM, Pat Kraut wrote:

"Mark Felt is a lier who took an oath and didn't keep it but continued
to take my money for his pay. He is only doing this now for the money.
He is a thief and a cad. He is no hero. It all helps me to understand
why our kids don't know what morality is."

Would you care to expound, Pat, on what exactly Mark Felt lied about?
Was it Nixon's role in the Watergate cover-up?  No . . . John Dean
(Nixon's counsel) has long since confirmed that Nixon was hands-on in
that regard.  Did Felt lie about the break-ins themselves?  No . . . G.
Gordon Liddy, architect of the burglaries, has confirmed that they took
place, and he's quite unapologetic about it.  So what, exactly, did Mr.
Felt lie about?  And let's remind ourselves: as an FBI agent, Mark Felt
took an oath to do what?  To support and defend the Constitution,
that's what.  How did exposing Nixon's abuse of that document violate
Mark Felt's oath?  My father-in-law took an oath to support and defend
the Constitution as a US Marine, and he assures me that fulfilling that
oath had nothing whatsoever to do with aiding and abetting a
law-breaking commander-in-chief.  Quite the opposite, in fact.

Mr. Felt was a whistle-blower, plain and simple.  What did that earn
him?  Thirty years of anonymity.  Not money, not movie rights, and
certainly not universal approval and acclaim.

Finally, I have to wonder, how is this 91 year-old man going to spend
the great wads of cash that Pat imagines this revelation will earn him?
  Has someone given Anna Nicole Smith and the company that makes Viagra
his phone number?  There's only so much a 91 year-old can do with money
-- taking it with him to the mausoleum being option number one.

Mark Felt might have one foot in the grave and the other on a banana
peel, but that's one up on Pat; she seems to have neither of her hooves
in reality.

Joan Opyr/Auntie Establishment

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