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John Merrell

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www.globalnetresearch.com

In June 2006, Renier's critic, John Merrell located two people who knew about the crash.
Mr. Wilber told Merrell after reviewing A Mind for Murder (co-written by Naomi Lucks), that psychic investigator Noreen Renier "doesn't know what she's talking about. . . . I don't think she's got anything right. . . . My daughter and I found the plane ourselves. . . . We never heard of her. . . . She's lying". After providing Merrell with a tour of the airport and showing him maps and aerial photography of the area, he told Merrell, "We knew for a fact [the crash site] wasn't in New Hampshire. Researcher John Merrell smiles and notes this bigger issue. In late 2013 Merrell noted, "There are more than 350 towns and cities in Massachusetts. Over dinner with Merrell they ran through everyone in the last 40 years --- not just 23 years --- in the crash area who could possibly have matched the hunting dog owner Renier described.


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FBI Special Agent Ressler assisted in the defense of Noreen Renier in an Oregon courtroom in 1986 when Renier sued skeptic John Merrell for libel.
In early 2006, critic John Merrell decided to review, from top to bottom, Renier's claims surrounding the plane crash near Gardner, Massachusetts. By surprise, after 22 years, in June 2006 Merrell located two people who knew about the crash. Mr. Wilber told Merrell after reviewing A Mind for Murder (co-written by Naomi Lucks), that psychic investigator Noreen Renier "doesn't know what she's talking about. . . . I don't think she's got anything right. . . . My daughter and I found the plane ourselves. . . . We never heard of her. . . . She's lying. After providing Merrell with a tour of the airport and showing him maps and aerial photography of the area, he told Merrell, "We knew for a fact [the crash site] wasn't in New Hampshire." Researcher John Merrell smiles and notes this bigger issue. In late 2005 Merrell wrote, "There are more than 350 towns and cities in Massachusetts. Over dinner with Merrell they ran through everyone in the last 40 years --- not just 23 years --- in the crash area who could possibly have matched the hunting dog owner Renier described. Among her critics: John Merrell


www.globalnetresearch.com

John Merrell as early as 2006 showed that Jessica Herbert's testimony in 1986 helped convince a jury that Noreen Renier was an authentic psychic who found the plane.
According to Merrell the testimony by Massachusetts based Jessica Herbert woke up the jury. According to Merrell "While Renier continues to cite Herbert's testimony as factual it was in fact a fantasy played before a jury." And during the investigation by Merrell he showed the letters 'H-D-A' provided by Renier are either dead wrong or attempting to use cues that are off by miles from the actual crash site. These continued revisions and distinct differences support John Merrell's long held mid 2007 summary that her criticism of his investigation as outlined in the 2005 edition of A Mind For Murder lacks credibility. John Merrell in 2006 recalled watching Lee Werdell spend minute after minute before the jury. Unlike Noreen Renier, critic John Merrell actually walked much of the area surrounding the airport and drove all of the streets and unpaved roadways nearby. "I even walked up towards a sand pit and wandered off-road around the Templeton Brook runoff area into portions of a large boggy swamp area." Merrell followed the outer rings around several swamps, ponds, and lakes. According to Merrell, the jury "kept hearing the letters FBI repeatedly from Noreen's attorney and repeated references to a lecture given by Noreen Renier at the FBI Training Academy, arranged with the assistance of Robert Ressler. Carl Wilber told Merrell in June 2006, "I just told people who asked that they were all dead when we found them. . . . [Until May 2006] I'd never heard about any psychic. . . . She [Jessica Herbert] would rather believe a psychic than me. . . . Why people think that way I don't know." By comparison, Albert Stone a Tennessee teacher who wrote to Merrell in 2002 included the comment that, "A froth has percolated for more than 30 years. John Merrell noted in late 2005 that, "About every other month for many years a reporter would call me at work or home and ask why I had made up lies about a psychic who was clearly a hero. The same critic, John Merrell, has now won other federal court judgments ordered against her in three additional federal courts. In late January 2015 he took down his own critical web site which showcased this case and encouraged other site managers to do the same.


www.globalnetresearch.com

That answer according to a leading critic, John Merrell, provided exactly 10 months remaining in 2015, or 10% chance per month.
Though this federal bankrupcty court ruled in favor of Noreen Renier, a second bankrupty court in 2006 and 2007 ruled against Noreen Renier and in favor of Mr. Merrell. Some quotations from Sergeant King appear to reflect second information and one reporter told Merrell he was steered to Sergeant King not Commander King. On January 24, 2015 Noreen Renier publicly attacked one of her principal critics, John Merrell. Mr. Merrell has won six federal court judgments against Noreen Renier from 2006-2016.


fayfreethinkers.com

You can respond to my e-mail (which is also the response for my coverage about Renier on the site commentarybysherlock --- and for response send to me at amindformurder [at] gmail which was the title of Renier's original book. -Thanks. -John Merrell, principal Renier critic.


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