Now that Rusling has reappeared (see yesterday's update), it has touched off another avalanche of personal attacks upon us (probably by 3-4 people using many different names), over on the Garry Stevens' Forum. It's allied 'Joke' Forum cannot be far behind.
The story behind the switch by Stevens is, or will soon be on 'Conversation Central' managed by Mike Wilson, at some time today.
But Stevens had a lot to say about the now deceased Geoff Hutton, who became a corresponding friend of ours, and that was long after Stevens turned to his personal attacks upon us. Stevens has used many different names in the hope of covering his tracks to both insincerely lament the passing of Geoff Hutton, and to both praise and attack our research.
We think that you should read what Geoff Hutton really thought about people like Garry Stevens, Paul Rusling and Malcolm Smith. We will be reproducing his email correspondence with us on this Forum, along with correspondence from Garry Stevens and others.
If you are in any doubt as to how two-faced Garry Stevens is, this correspondence will certainly trigger a question about his personal integrity. When did he become a government stooge, just like Paul Rusling and Malcolm Smith?
None of them want our investigation into the origins of Radio Caroline to be told.
The question is why?
What were their individual prices for selling out to the side they are supposed to hate, but which has now become the Master of all three of them?
Malcolm Smith received tangible help and benefits with a license; a charity registration and a tie-in with Manx Radio.
Paul Rusling has been able to steal intellectual property without fear of retaliation - because he is distributing government propaganda instead of the story about Radio Caroline.
As for Garry Stevens, well his switch is more obvious and yet his motive is a little more cloudy. We suspect that his benefit comes from some sort of arrangement with Rusling, and of course Rusling is in the service of Smith - who Stevens is now disclaiming.
It is time for the three blind mice to also run up the clock to find that elephant named O'Rahilly. Stevens, Rusling and Smith claim that this elephant was lurking in the room - sight unseen - by every sane person.