"How Well Did Beck Know Theresa Duncan and Jeremy Blake?"
Beck the Scientologist has contradicted himself re Theresa Duncan, even been caught in demonstrable falsehoods. Most people do not invent facts about an issue as serious as "suicide" unless they are concealing something. This isn't to say that he is somehow involved, but he has reasons for attempting to distance himself from the Duncan and Blake - perhaps fear for his own hide. Did the "Golden Suicides" tell him anything that could get him killed? He could, after all, be next. Bear this in mind while reading the article:
Note: The press has, without evidence, so far claimed that Duncan was a paranoiac who falsely believed that she was being stalked. She has even been heavily ridiculed by her "friend" Kate Coe in the LA Weekly for believing that "weird men" were stalking her. Who is Coe to call her a liar and deny the stalking allegtation?
Coe is a shill for Rupert Murdoch. Murdoch is a CIA Mockingbird. Who did Theresa fear most? A CIA Mockingbird named Jim Cownie.
"We never met to discuss doing her film," Beck writes in an e-mail to VF, referring to Duncan as "a passing acquaintance." Weird, though, because Duncan had pictures of herself and Blake enjoying a day at the beach with Beck and his wife, Marissa Ribisi, purportedly taken in 2004. (VF even published one of them.) Duncan reportedly said that Beck had told her he wanted to leave the Church of Scientology and thought starring in her movie might be a way to do it. "[Beck] really, really tried to get away…using going to New York to be in Alice Underground…He told me he wanted to leave the cult desperately." Wrong again, says Beck: "That's ridiculous. Totally false…Had we been closer and discussed anything as personal as religion, I would have only had positive things to say about Scientology."
But now blogger Emmanuelle Richard points us to a translated 2003 Italian interview with Beck that seems to undermine his credibility a little. Here he is talking excitedly about making his acting debut in a movie that sounds a lot like Duncan's Alice Underground:
The controversy doesn't end there, apparently. Blog SoMA reports that the Vanity Fair article's original author, John Connolly, was pulled off the story, and it was given to Sales, who's the ex-wife of Father Frank Morales, a friend to Duncan and Blake who was there when Duncan's body was discovered in her East Village apartment.
What the hell is going on here? We have no idea!
The press is so confused, babes in a horror chamber.