I don't have the latest Rhino handy, and the current installment of Bledsoe's series isn't online yet, so maybe someone can remind me: does Jerry's account of the H.E.L.P. House mention that David Wray and then-District Attorney Stuart Albright attended a fundraiser for the project? That information was reported by Lorraine Ahearn when she wrote about H.E.L.P. in March of this year. UPDATE: Cara Michelle says the original report on a H.E.L.P. fundraiser was incorrect.
In any case, it's interesting to compare and contrast the reporting by the N&R and Bledsoe on a variety of Wray-related subjects, including the Hinson-Turnbull connection. Some readers seem to be hearing about this stuff for the first time in the Rhino, and to assume the N&R never mentioned it.
unique to used by Jerry, emailed to me by an alert reader, deals with the November 1979 killings in Greensboro, which Bledsoe calls "a clash between Nazis, Klansmen and Communist Workers Party (CWP) members, in which CWP members attacked a caravan of Klansmen and Nazis at the staging area of a 'Death to the Klan' march" (emphasis added). That one might win an award for Technical Accuracy in Defiance of the Larger Truth.