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.”6-20-72 A memorandum from Folsom State Prison, Represa, Associate Warden H.Morphis, to the Visitor Processing Officer grants “approval to Mr.and Mrs.Sharliss of San Francisco to visit [Barboza].”6-21-72 In a letter from Joseph Barboza to a friend, Barboza shows his gratitude for her work on putting together his biography.He writes, “But if in some way through this book that it should cause and add to the public awareness of the diabolical menacing foothold which the mafia is embracing this country so that at least one person will stand up and fight then your work.and my endeavorments [sic] will not entirely in the least be in vain!”6-22-72 A letter from William Geraway to Joseph Barboza says that policeman Bill Stuart “gave a police report to Gerry [Angiulo] on Romeo Martin giving him information on the [Edward “Teddy”] Deegan murder; Gerry then ordered Romeo killed[.]”6-28-72 Joseph Barboza receives a letter from the Department of Justice in Washington, DC.6-29-72 Joseph Barboza sends a letter to Special Agent Dennis Condon.July 1972 According to William Geraway, in July of 1972, Congressional Investigator Roy Bedell from the Select Committee on Crime, visits him at the state prison in Walpole.Geraway claims that it was clear to him that Bedell “intended to utilize the interviews as a screen to get into the record from me 3 points which would allow Joseph Barboza Baron freedom: 1) That Baron had killed Wilson in self-defense, which is absurd; 2) That Baron's testimony against men in Massachusetts had not been perjury; 3) To get into the record from my own lips that Baron does not have a second body in Sonoma County.” (See William Geraway Affidavit, Feb.13, 1973).7-2-72 Joseph Barboza describes sending items to “the Greek” in a letter to Greg Evans.7-5-72 Joseph Barboza receives a letter from the Department of Justice.7-7-72 Joseph Barboza receives a letter from U.S.Department of Justice, Section of Organized Crime in Boston, Massachusetts.7-9-72 Folsom State Prison Correctional Lieutenant F.Gaul writes a memorandum to J.Campoy, Correctional Captain.The memorandum informs that Mr.Sharliss came to visit Joseph Barboza and was denied entry because of lack of personal identification.Mr.Sharliss was extremely agitated and hostile towards the Corrections Lieutenant.Sharliss even tacitly threatened the Lieutenant, explicitly stating that he “would be sorry [that he] did not show [Sharliss] more respect and courtesy and take more responsibility on my own.”7-10-72 Joseph Barboza sends a letter to Edward “Ted” Harrington, which was returned to Barboza.7-18-72 Joseph Barboza sends a letter to Edward “Ted” Harrington.7-24-72 A letter from Joseph Barboza to a friend, states that “I learned to cook Chinese food while cooking aboard ship to the orient and I know a lot of secrets to their cooking.But I hurt my back in Kowloon [and] collected $18,500, strange how well my back feels now?” [Note: This probably indicates that Barboza faked the injury.]7-28-72 Joseph Barboza sends a letter to Edward “Ted” Harrington.8-4-72 Joseph Barboza sends a letter to Special Agent Dennis Condon.Joseph Barboza's letter to a friend states that there have been over six attempts on his life.8-5-72 A letter from Joseph Barboza to a friend states that Ted Sharliss “will always let you [Barboza's friend] use a car to come and visit.” Barboza tells her that he wrote Sharliss and told him to give a copy of the manuscript of Barboza's book to her.Barboza also tells his friend that he told Sharliss that he could not stand “evasiveness and being undependable” and wanted to “clear the air” with him and “strengthen our friendship.” Barboza also tells his friend that he told Sharliss that he would give him 25% of his book's profits, speculating that would be around $200,000.He also states that he told Sharliss that he “wanted to see him because somebody admitted to perjury in my case, so that it would be best and was for the best he [sic] hadn't gone to N.Y.now that this [sic] as been brought to light.” Later he states that he has to “watch that the Mafia and lawyers like F.Lee Bailey, Joe Balliro, Ronnie Chisholm don't try to influence them behind our backs or try to frighten him.Believe me I know what I am talking about! Marteen Miller and Greg Evans have the transcripts and are overly knowledgeable on the case which they will supply.I hope?”8-9-72 The Supervising Officer of the California State Prison at Folsom in Represa, California, states in a memorandum to J.Campoy, Correctional Captain, that “Greg Evans attorney from Sonoma County came to the institution this date, for an interview with [Barboza] [ Pobierz całość w formacie PDF ]

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