[As this was our first issue of DTJ, we have unfortunately made a few errors. Though there was extensive proofreading, some things slipped by us. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused to either the writers or readers of Deep Truth Journal.]
These are the corrections for issue one:
* On page 9, the caption states that, in 2016, Hinckley wrote that the assassination attempt on Reagan was “the greatest love offering in the history of the world.” Hinckley actually wrote the letter in 1982, as a reply to a written inquiry from a reporter at the New York Times.
* The photo caption for the image of the Purple machine on page 36 was not written by the article’s author, Douglas Horne. This is the caption that has since been submitted and approved by Mr. Horne: “This large cabinet full of electronic switching devices, and the two attached typewriters shown here, constitute the Purple machine that broke the highest-level Japanese diplomatic code and provided the MAGIC diplomatic intelligence used by the USA and Great Britain throughout WW II. The highest-level Japanese diplomatic code (dubbed “Purple” by the Americans) was broken by U.S. Army cryptologists in 1940, and the machine was built to the Army’s specifications by the United States Navy. Two of these machines were given to Great Britain in the spring of 1941.”