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[–] Surviveandheal15 [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

John DeCamp in "The Franklin Cover-Up" said that Bill Colby in the 80s worked for a time as a consultant on the Franklin scandal when the Nebraska legislature was investigating it, through their "Franklin" special committee. DeCamp had this to say about Colby's involvement with trying to expose the Franklin Scandal: "Bill Colby was the heart and soul of the Franklin investigation. Although at a certain point he warned me against investigating the case further, it was he who relentlessly pushed to publicly expose what had already been discovered, when everyone else, including, at times, myself, wanted to call it quits. Without him, this book would never have been written."

[–] think- 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

Interesting, thanks. I take everything John DeCamp wrote with a grain of salt though, since David Shurter, a SRA survivor from Nebraska, accused DeCamp of being a pedo himself, and a limited hangout, and that his book was damage control.

[–] Surviveandheal15 [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Didn't know that, but thanks for telling. I also take DeCamp with a grain of salt, thats why I said its speculation. It is also worth mentioning, Nick Bryant, who I put way more trust in, also said in his "Franklin Scandal" that rumors surrounding Franklin have long-attributed Colby's untimely death to his involvement with the investigation. I should of said in the article, DeCamp "came up" under William Colby, John DeCamp was a Vietnam War veteran who was part of the Phoenix program under Colby. Unfortunately with sources like, we can only try to piece together what motivations they may have or not have to leak certain information.