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Dickie Gyke in Ireland

Post by Rocketman on February 18th 2017, 9:23 pm

Someone at Tom's site posted a newspaper article that says Gaikowski WAS in Ireland but doesn't give specific dates. The article is from January 1969.



Credit to user 'mycroft' at zodiackiller.com

And Tom's reply to that was "Why would that matter?" It doesn't prove Gaik was in Ireland during any murders but now we know for sure that he was in Ireland at some point in time and that has to be important.

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Re: Dickie Gyke in Ireland

Post by Rocketman on February 18th 2017, 9:25 pm

Mycroft then goes on to say "I read that he left for Europe in late September 1968. The troubles in Ireland didnt finish until the 1st of Jan of 1969. So he would of been reporting until then. How could he have been responsible for the Lake Herman Road murders on December 20th 1968?"

To which Tom replies "Gaikowski went to Europe for fun, not work. He had already quit his job at the Knickerbocker News. And there is no record of him in Europe until early 1969."

Of course if it were a debate about another suspect, say Kane for example, Tom would be all over it saying "oh Kane was out of the country and that rules him out." What a hypocrite.
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Post by drew on May 24th 2017, 7:43 pm

Richard Gaikowski's article on sectarian violence in Ireland was published on February 1, 1969. However, he plagiarized from an article by Mary Holland in the January 5th, 1969 edition of "The Observer." It makes no sense at all for a journalist to travel all the way to Europe and then steal from already published articles.

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Post by ophion1031 on May 24th 2017, 8:02 pm

drew wrote:Richard Gaikowski's article on sectarian violence in Ireland was published on February 1, 1969. However, he plagiarized from an article by Mary Holland in the January 5th, 1969 edition of "The Observer." It makes no sense at all for a journalist to travel all the way to Europe and then steal from already published articles.

Yeah that is very strange!
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Post by drew on May 28th 2017, 12:09 pm

I also fact-checked an article in the March 5th, 1970 edition of Good Times, which appears to be Richard writing under the name of "Orkney." Orkney claimed he was allowed to broadcast on Radio Free Derry in January, 1969, but one of the people who set up the station refuted this. A journalist who was active in Ireland during the troubles also refuted another of Orkney's claims regarding newspaper headlines at the time

A few years ago, a researcher on zodiackiller.com asked her local Congressional office to do a passport search for Richard Gaikowski, and they could not find anything in the records. Their conclusion was that he never owned one.

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