Los Angeles: the tabloid, 1974. Two and one half folio pages total, in the two papers. This is probably "the other Richard Sprague," not the man who briefly headed up the HSCA. Both good investigators. Folio newsprint leaves folded to 15 x 12 inches, old secondary foldlines to tabloid size (but mailed flat, as they is now). Edgewear, mild browning, light soil. NB, sex pix throughout, amateur snapshots-in-the-living-room stuff, but may be offensive.
Richard Sprague's "The framing of Jim Garrison" is, in the main, a treatment of the Pershing Gervais testimony, Also, vIIIn52, a long excerpt from Carl Oglesby's work-in-progress, the Yankee & Cowboy War, this focussing on Howard Hughes and "Hughes' link to Watergate." Plus shorter pieces: prosecution of "LSD chemists," Lyn Marcus (Lyndon LaRouche) and his NCLC brainwash cult, and a shortish "editorial" by Penn Jones on assassination training sites in Louisiana. Vol. III no. 51 has hip stuff like a review of a Dick Gregory book, an interview with Marcello Mastroianni, a reprise of the GM destruction of LA's public transportation system. The Pair:.