Blood in the Water
The Ochelli Effect 10-26-2018 Joan Mellen
Joan has been a guest many times. In fact, she was the very first LIVE guest ever on The Ochelli Effect.
Blood in the Water: How the US and Israel Conspired to Ambush the USS Liberty, is the latest book from the prolific author.
FROM joanmellen.com :
JOAN MELLEN is the bestselling author of twenty books, including A Farewell to Justice, her biographical study of Jim Garrison’s New Orleans investigation of the Kennedy assassination. She has written for a variety of publications, including the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, and Baltimore Sun. Mellen is a professor of English and creative writing at Temple University in Philadelphia.
FROM USS liberty veterans association WEBSITE :
JUNE 8, 1967, while patrolling in international waters in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, USS Liberty (AGTR-5) was savagely attacked without warning or justification by air and naval forces of the state of Israel. Of a crew of 294 officers and men (including three civilians), the ship suffered thirty-four (34) killed in action and one hundred seventy-three (173) wounded in action. The ship itself, a Forty Million ($40,000,000) Dollar state of the art signals intelligence (SIGINT) platform, was so badly damaged that it never sailed on an operational mission again and was sold in 1970 for $101,666.66 as scrap.
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Blood in the Water
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Blood in the Water – The Ochelli Effect 10-26-2018 Joan Mellen