Jack Mc Lamb has died

Just got this e-mail today stating that ex-police officer and author Jack McLamb has died. He wrote Vampire 2000 (book) and as you know, it will live long after him.

Your condolences can be sent through for the family via Carol Asher, Jack’s wonderful assistant. Her e-mail address is casher@qroidaho.net
The following is the announcement as I received it today:

Dear friends of Jack McLamb,

It is with much deep sentiment that we write to advise that our much beloved friend and brother, Jack McLamb, passed away on Saturday, late afternoon, Indiana time. Though he is missed far more than any words can say, all who loved him are grateful to know that Jack is at last freed from the physical disabilities that increasingly plagued him, especially in these past few years. For the blessed relief that has come to him, we certainly have great reason to rejoice.

We now join with Jack’s wife, Angie, and all his family in extending our deepest gratitude to each and all of you who, by means of your continuous outpouring of love and prayer, provided such comfort and upliftment, particularly during this past very difficult week – – and we can’t help but feel somehow that all of that love and blessing was received personally by Jack as well, on the level of his inner spirit. Now that “Officer Friendly” is once again “back in the greatest of form” himself, be ready to receive the thanks and Blessings he’s likely to send you!

A number of memorial services are being planned for Jack, the most immediate one taking place this coming week in SW Indiana. Should anyone be close enough to that area and wish to attend, feel free to contact us, by way of this email address or by calling (208) 935-7852, for further information. Concerning the other memorials to be held, we will advise later on.

Thank you again, and may God richly bless you all.

Bob and Theresa Huebner  Jim and Jean Hisaw, and  Carol Asher

Carol’s e-mail 

Jack McLamb became a vocal figure against the continuous intrusions on American liberty and freedom and constitutional violations enacted by the U.S. federal government and local police department.

Of the sprinkling of law enforcement professionals who supported the Patriot movement, Jack McLamb became by far the best known, speaking at Patriot events around the country.

McLamb was a highly decorated officer and started an outfit called ‘Police and Military Against the New World Order’ with a reported 6,300 members.

As Jack said, “Our peers in uniform cannot defend our nation and people from enemies who they do not know and recognize. Our work at our two police and military organizations is to help our peers know the enemy.”

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