Joseph Backes' friends, a group known as ROKC or the Prayermanites, whom he described as "real researchers", a group that invited him to speak at their conference in Melbourne, Australia, and to which he accepted, and whom he praised again recently- THEY are the ones who posted this:
All, as in every one, of those images, purportedly of James Bookhout, are actually Charles Dhority.
So, the bastards had me going there for about 48 hours. But, that's just a drop in the bucket.
I am reminded of the scene in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
in which after a train robbery, Butch, Sundance, and the Hole in the Wall Gang are being chased by this elite group of lawmen on horseback.
So, they decide to split up, with Butch and Sundance going in one direction, and the others going off in another.
But, all the elite lawmen stayed on Butch and Sundance.
So then, Butch jumped from his horse onto Sundance's, letting his horse go off in a different direction. And, lo and behold, when the elite lawmen got to the fork in the trail, half went one way, and half went the other. But that lasted for less than a minute. Somehow, they figured out what had happened, and the group that had gone off chasing the vacated horse, reunited with the others, and all were back on the correct trail of the outlaws.
And, Butch kept asking, over and over, as he marveled at them, "Who are those guys?"
They were Ralph Cinques.