After Reuven Schossen, the Israeli dissident, returned to Bolivia, we maintained an email relationship and I continued to edit his book. I secured permission from the publisher of the newspaper I edit to publish his manuscript.
We began editing the latest version of his excellent book, Holygarchy, after Publish America decided to terminate their contract with him on spurious grounds.
He had recently sent me a new chapter about a high level Mossad agent who was also coincidentally an "art student."
He never gave me the real name of this gentleman, always calling him Arik, but he told me one very important detail about the man, namely that he was the son of the man who put the bombs in the Hotel King David.
He told me about the "fighting families" (Lehi, Etzel, Irgun) of Israel and the way in which they still control the intelligence services and plum business positions given as gifts to core warriors.
Recently, Reuven was growing more and more desperate back in Bolivia and mentioned to me that he was again under heavy surveillance and that someone had recently broken into his room in search of "documents.