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MAC WAS FRAMED! I beleve it so wholeheartedly I have seriously considered making a CafePress shirt out of it!

I will defend my client George "Mac" McHale.

Exibit A:
In the Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Mac tells Indy that he sent Ross to cover for Indy in Nevada. He could not be lying, if he were a spy how would he know who Ross was?

Exibit B:
When Spalko and Mac enter the Akator throne room and Mac admits to lying about being a double agent, many thought this was true, however, he would have had to, or Spalko would turned on him and would have foiled any attemped he could have made to save Indy.

Exibit C:
The tracking devices, which seemed to many to serve the only purpose of leading Spalko to Indy and the others may have been used by Mac to lure the Russians into being ambushed by natives or killed by traps, or to a place where it would be easier for the group to overpower the Russian team.
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| May 8, 2009, 9:12 pm
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Quoting Andrew Knox
MAC WAS FRAMED! I beleve it so wholeheartedly I have seriously considered making a CafePress shirt out of it!

I will defend my client George "Mac" McHale.

Exibit A:
In the Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Mac tells Indy that he sent Ross to cover for Indy in Nevada. He could not be lying, if he were a spy how would he know who Ross was?

Exibit B:
When Spalko and Mac enter the Akator throne room and Mac admits to lying about being a double agent, many thought this was true, however, he would have had to, or Spalko would turned on him and would have foiled any attemped he could have made to save Indy.

Exibit C:
The tracking devices, which seemed to many to serve the only purpose of leading Spalko to Indy and the others may have been used by Mac to lure the Russians into being ambushed by natives or killed by traps, or to a place where it would be easier for the group to overpower the Russian team.

He could've known him from the war, but that still doesn't explain how he knew he was there in New Mexico. Explanations could be formed, but they seem to be unlikely. Also, he might have realised Spalko would find them anyway. In the comic, I'm not sure there WERE tracking devices- Spalko found Akator because the DUKW was next to the entrance. This was brilliant. I wonder if Mac survived? Indy could survive the Aetherium. (Of course, he had to go to the ordinary world once in a while to survive too much use of the Aether tunnels... hmm...) I hope they retcon that, though. Technically, if you're right, they won't have to. Maybe Mac made a choice like Amundsen in Hollow Earth, and decided to stay there. Of course, another universe might be so complicated as to make his brain explode... Still, if you're right, yet another reason to look foward to Army of the Dead. Other than it being written by Steve Perry, of course. I was a Starwars fan before I got into Indy stuff, and he wrote my favorite SW book, Shadows of the Empire.

You know, money still might've been a factor, even if you're right. Akator, and the Commies would've paid well, even if he was working for Ross.
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| May 8, 2009, 9:33 pm
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Quoting Andrew Knox
MAC WAS FRAMED! I beleve it so wholeheartedly I have seriously considered making a CafePress shirt out of it!

I will defend my client George "Mac" McHale.

Exibit A:
In the Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Mac tells Indy that he sent Ross to cover for Indy in Nevada. He could not be lying, if he were a spy how would he know who Ross was?

Exibit B:
When Spalko and Mac enter the Akator throne room and Mac admits to lying about being a double agent, many thought this was true, however, he would have had to, or Spalko would turned on him and would have foiled any attemped he could have made to save Indy.

Exibit C:
The tracking devices, which seemed to many to serve the only purpose of leading Spalko to Indy and the others may have been used by Mac to lure the Russians into being ambushed by natives or killed by traps, or to a place where it would be easier for the group to overpower the Russian team.


Dude, check this out! I think it's got a picture of Ceiba! (Could be Tikal, though)

http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/indianajones/images/6/69/IndianaJonesUndDieHerrenDerTotenStadt.jpg
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| May 10, 2009, 9:34 pm
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Dude, that's Tikal. Well, SUPPOSED to be Tikal. Even as a Mayan scholar, I can't tell witch city that is, not Tikal though, maybe Lubdaan? Thanks though, I think I might "borrow" a few ideas from Rocco's Temple of Rocy-docksy whatever. Check it out! It's on flicker.
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| May 11, 2009, 3:58 pm
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Dude! Now! Find Rocko's photostream! That guy makes 'Nadroj look like a lightweight! I mean, did you see "neoclassicspace preview"?!
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| May 11, 2009, 7:38 pm
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Quoting Andrew Knox
Dude, that's Tikal. Well, SUPPOSED to be Tikal. Even as a Mayan scholar, I can't tell witch city that is, not Tikal though, maybe Lubdaan? Thanks though, I think I might "borrow" a few ideas from Rocco's Temple of Rocy-docksy whatever. Check it out! It's on flicker.


Okay. THought it might be. Didn't seem like Ceiba.
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| May 11, 2009, 7:40 pm
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Quoting Andrew Knox
MAC WAS FRAMED! I beleve it so wholeheartedly I have seriously considered making a CafePress shirt out of it!

I will defend my client George "Mac" McHale.

Exibit A:
In the Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Mac tells Indy that he sent Ross to cover for Indy in Nevada. He could not be lying, if he were a spy how would he know who Ross was?

Exibit B:
When Spalko and Mac enter the Akator throne room and Mac admits to lying about being a double agent, many thought this was true, however, he would have had to, or Spalko would turned on him and would have foiled any attemped he could have made to save Indy.

Exibit C:
The tracking devices, which seemed to many to serve the only purpose of leading Spalko to Indy and the others may have been used by Mac to lure the Russians into being ambushed by natives or killed by traps, or to a place where it would be easier for the group to overpower the Russian team.


You're not the only one to reach this conclusion. Wikipedia's list of fictional double agents said something to the effect of "George Mchale (quadruple agent) -[citation needed]"
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| July 16, 2009, 12:47 am
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