Confronting Elvis was a good thing. But EWH was just mean.<quoted text>
Red West had the guts to confront Elvis on his self destruction.
He told him things that he didn't want to hear.
Sometimes, that is a better friend than having yes men.
I think that is the exact reason for the book, "EWH"
I didn't see Red West get involved with anything else after that.
He basically appeared in a few television series and movies.
They had no Elvis connection.
George Klein is a phoney and I don't like him at all.
The MM are mostly a sorry bunch of losers still living off of EP.
They change their stories every ten years or so for book sales.
He gave information to Goldman, and his quotes are in every Elvis trash book since then. Then all the interviews he gave to Current Affair, Hard Copy, Geraldo, etc., all harping on the drug stories.