DECEMBER 18, 2007
Wikipedia is once again trying to pass DeCamp’s book off as a “hoax,” even though A ONE MILLION DOLLAR JUDGMENT WAS AWARDED.
Numerous submissions have been made to correct this fraud by removing the word “hoax.”
So ridiculous is this attempt to disavow the truth behind this coverup, Wikipedia finally substituted “ALLEGATIONS” for the word “HOAX.” STILL NOT GOOD ENOUGH! This is NOT a HOAX or an ALLEGATION. This was PROVEN IN COURT to be REAL. Make your own investigation at www.wikiscanner.virgil.gr. [EDITOR’S NOTE: This valuable Wikipedia scanning tool, created by Virgil Griffith, was removed a year or so after this article was written. Allegedly, it exposed that the majority of content on Wikipedia was written or modified by intelligence agencies, such as CIA, DHS, etc. This was a valuable tool, which is sorely missed.]
Here is a screen shot of the Wikipedia article deliberately touting the falsehood that it was all a “hoax”: