Richie Valens supposedly died in the crash the day the music died, February 3, 1959, along with Buddy Holly and the Big Bopper. We’ve been looking for him. I thought he might have become Juan Gonzalez, Amy Goodman/Janis Joplin’s co-host on Democracy Now! Not him. I even tried Cesar Chavez, the California labor organizer, as no one would be allowed such a high profile unless he was controlled opposition. That’s not how it works in a totally controlled media environment like ours. Non-spooks need not apply.
I am afraid that by the time I get back stateside, Straight will have located all the Zombies and twins. There’ll be nothing left to do! He found Valens, who became ABC news correspondent John Quiñones. It is unmistakable.
I don’t have time to do anything other than lay out the work before you, but you will quickly see that these are the same man. If by chance you think that it is merely coincidence that people match up this closely, you’re wrong. Faces are, again, like snowflakes. No two alike. This man, Quiñones, is Richie Valens. If our evidence flies in the face of your beliefs, check your beliefs.
The search for Buddy Holly continues! (The so-called “Big Bopper” was merely the military connection to that staged event, and probably was reassigned after fake death.)
(We are in Amsterdam, and off to see the Rambo Museum today. Can’t wait!)