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TOM O'NEILL'S BOOK HAS A RELEASE DATE


May 25, 2017

The long awaited, anticipated, last hope effort for any legit kernel of new
information about the murders by Tom O'Neill finally has a title and a 
release date.

The book is titled "Chaos: The Secret History Of The 1960's" and is due out in
2019, not coincidentally, synced to the 50th anniversary of the murders.

I'll venture to say most people interested in TLB in 2017 have no idea who
Tom O'Neill is regarding TLB but some of us "old guard" TLB'ers know who
O'Neill is and therefore, realize the legit possibility of greatness for his book. 

  For those who don't know, Tom O'Neill is an investigative journalist having
written for the "Philadelphia Inquirer", "New York Daily News" as well as
a contributing editor at "Us" magazine before tackling the Tate-LaBianca
murders for his book project in 1999-2000.

And while most of us "old guard" used to joke through the years that O'Neill
would never finish his book because of the many consuming rabbit holes one
must jump down, it is quite understandable why it took almost two decades
to complete.

While many in the dysfunctional TLB community masquerade as a
"TLB researcher", O'Neill actually is a TLB researcher and one of the greatest
pieces of information O'Neill brought to light was the much talked about
"Tex Watson Tapes" through his association with Tex Watson's initial
attorney, Bill Boyd.

The following audio conversation between O'Neill and Boyd is the only hint
or clue publicly available as to what might be on those Watson tapes:

Tom O'Neill - Bill Boyd (Source: NBC-Los Angeles)
 
O'Neill also wrote two very good articles about the saga of these tapes:
  
The tapes would never have come to light had it not been for O'Neill, yet ironically,
O'Neill has never been able to hear them due to the Los Angeles
Police Department taking possession of the tapes where they still remain.
Thankfully, the LAPD can't take his book.
Read the O'Neill book release details here from EW Online:
       

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