The Game Plan,
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NeoCon Strategies

 Standard NeoCon Strategies



Strategy One - Lie
  Just Make Up a Lie - It Usually Works 

 I obtained the papers in Example Two as scans from Morgan, with whom Fund, an old family friend, had begun a sexual relationship on October 26, 1998.  I knew nothing about this as I was in the hospital having a corneal transplant and had not talked to Morgan since March 1998 when she had tried to earn the $10,000 Craig Franklin, my estranged husband, had paid her to persuade me to stop her brother Arthur's life support. Arthur had been driven into a depression after his motorcycle accident six months before by Craig, who told him he waws worthless and should die.  Nice guy, Craig.  If I had known what Craig intended Arthur would never have been allowed to have lunch with him.  
      Morgan told me she needed Arthur's heart for a transplant because her cardiologist had told her she needed a  transplant.  After agonizing hours, I refused.



Example Two - Hire an Attorney to muscle them.
​​John Connolly - who wrote Sex, Lies & The Tape
   Documents:
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      Letter and Billing from John J. Walsh, Atty at Law
        Dated:  November 16, 2001
      It was like this.  John uses attorneys as weapons to protect his lies and other behavior which, otherwise, would put him in jail.  We need to ask if this is an appropriate use of our legal system. 


Example Three - When the above fails, hire journalists to lie for you.
John Fund thought he had eliminated Morgan as a threat at the end of 2001. His buddies Dick Cheney and Karl Rove had impressed on his the need to do so.  But Morgan stubbornly refused to go along with Fund's lies that she was 'just crashing on the couch' and on and on.  John had asked Morgan to move in to work on their relationship.  She had done more work there than in her entire past life cumulatively.  Now, she expected to be paid back for the funds she had spent and for her time - and also to get the doubtful benefit of marriage.  
   But Morgan had not calculated in the fact John was just as psychopathic as she was herself.  Not that this should have mattered.  If the psychopath delivers what was promised, you pay them.  Paying Morgan what she was owed would have allowed her to move out, an option she considered seriously when nursing her cuts and bruises after one of Fund's 'Punishment' sessions.
  Two people heard these delivered, listening at different times on the phone, horrified and the obvious pleasure in Fund's voice as he hammered the much, much smaller woman.  The two people were Melinda Pillsbury-Foster and Eric Buchanan.  Both would so testify, then and now, and tried to do so. The truth is the truth, it makes no apology and needs no excuse. 
    John found 'journalists' to lie for him. Some he persuaded he was telling the truth, confiding in them amid large signs and confessions he had showed 'errors in judgement.'
   The paid cadre was lead by  Eric Alterman.