Unicorn Ira Einhorn

This is a blog by and about the wrongfully convicted environmentalist and free energy activist, the Unicorn, Ira Einhorn. Here you'll find news and reviews concerning his case and views on how the world is working, or not. Articles from friends and supporters are posted here too. 'Tain't fittin, just 'tain't fittin...all those innocent folks in jail.'


I'm an old hippie from the 60's. Issues I'm working on include ebooks, hemp legalization, political activism , world trade center illness and bridging the digital divide.

Books Include:
Black People And Their Place in World History - Print Paperback
Black People And Their Place In World History - .PDF ebook edition
DePalma, Free Energy and the N-Machine
Print Hardcover
DePalma Free Energy and the N-Machine
.pdf ebook edition
Prelude To Intimacy
Hemp For Victory: A Global Warming Solution
Hemp For Victory: The Wonder Herb
Hemp For Victory: The Trillion Dollar Crop
Why I Survive Aids: Emergency On Line Edition
How To Compute: Computer Training Notes  On Line Edition.

Saturday, October 22, 2005

Ira Einhorn's New Book, Prelude To Intimacy


The new book, Prelude To Intimacy, by jailed activist and dynamic thinker Ira Einhorn is about his life on the run, his insights into modern times and a rebuttal against the bogus case presented against him twice (the Einhorn Law). There are no witnesses to the murder and no blood evidence.


Prelude to Intimacy by Ira Einhorn is the activist and dynamic thinker’s account of his life underground from the time he fled the United States in 1981 until he met his wife in 1987, written from his prison cell in Gradinan, north of Bordeaux, in just 18 days. The book is full of the immediacy of his feeling that he would shortly be returned to the United States.

In a letter to readers about Prelude to Intimacy, Einhorn emphatically states, “I did NOT kill Holly Maddux,” and in the book's Epilogue he presents a compelling case that he’s telling the truth.

Though Maddux’s body was “found” in a trunk in Einhorn’s closet, there was no blood in the body or the trunk, and no traces of blood whatsoever could be found in his apartment, despite the fact that she was allegedly bludgeoned there. There were no witnesses to the murder, nor of him transporting the body, nor any real proof that Einhorn killed the woman he loved. All the evidence, weak as it was, was circumstantial. Statements that Maddux had been seen after she was supposed to have been killed were suppressed.

Usually, if the evidence does not fit, the jury must acquit. Yet despite glaring holes in the government’s case, Einhorn is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole. He is also without web access.

Einhorn's friend from the 60s and Prelude…editor and annotator, James Sorrells, Ph.D., writes: "Ira told his many friends in the 1960s that some day he might be framed for something and/or killed because he knew too much about the intrigues of the CIA, FBI, and Defense Department.” Sorrells owns 100% of the book and Einhorn receives no profits from this work.

Einhorn’s case went back to court on appeal Friday, September 23, 2005.

Framed? Look close, then report what you see.

Stay tuned for updates: www.computerhealth.org/einhorn.htm

For additional writing samples from the book:

On Einhorn's Case:

For Press Release Updates:

To purchase a hard or ebook copy of Prelude To Intimacy:

Preview editions of the ebook are available as Adobe .pdf upon email request.

For press interviews contact:
James Sorrells, Ph.D. redemp@sonic.net