In a most humble manner, I beg the reader to read "The Truth..." which is included in this writing: It was not published, but printed privately. It was mailed to many Egyptologists and museologists and to other people interested in arts and sciences. Also to some institutions with an Egyptology Department. I received on it only favorable comments and encouraging letters. Among these, you may like to read at this time Exhibits #30 and particularly #29 and #29A as its writer, Dr. Liliana A. Cerepnalkoski, concluded saying "The public should know!"
Indeed, "the public should know," and the public will positively know since this matter is being submitted through the Internet to the Court of Public Opinion. And this, in the hope that readers, not only Americans but from around the world, will become aware of the eternal injustice inflicted on the Mansoors and their Collection, and will hurry to help them solve what seems to be an "insoluble controversy." In reality, it is indeed very soluble if people of good will and with an honest mind will speak up the truth.
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I need no money, but any other help or assistance the reader may offer and volunteer. Yes, and it's no shame to say it, I do need badly the help, opinions, comments and suggestions of all honest, intelligent people who would be reading these lines. In particular, I need the help and intervention of some true scholars, I mean the intellectually honest Egyptologists and the intellectually honest museologists from around the world. These should not be afraid to state publicly that, considering all what was written about the Mansoor Amarna Collection, what's for and what's against, what's real and what's absurd, that it should be researched honestly, seriously and in a scholarly manner. And who would be in a better position, and/or more qualified to do such a job than our own intellectually honest Egyptologists, who are members of the American Research Center in Egypt? And just why ARCE members? For three reasons: