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  1. I think Len only keeps the current year show links up, so I believe that link (to a 2015 show) is now out of date. I will check out the YouTube... thanks!
  2. Thanks Robin!
  3. Have the two (or three?) men standing on the angled part of the overpass - on the far right of the Bell frame Robin posted - been identified?
  4. Does anyone know what the lunch period was for TSBD employees? Was it a full hour, 12:00 to 1:00? Or just 30 minutes, 12:00 to 12:30?
  5. Thanks for great the synopsis of Janney's radio appearance. I picked up the Kindle book - one of many I need to get to.
  6. NIce job, Jim!
  7. Hi JIm, That's a very interesting and worthwhile article. I did a similar exercise a couple years ago, comparing plots and patsies. I agree that the FPCC affiliation is a key point, as it strengthens the case against David Phillips as the man who managed the patsy angle. It's also interesting to construct a timeline of events from the spring of 1963 through November 22. Particularly in light of how close Chicago, Tampa and Dallas were to each other, the planning for these ops must have overlapped and to some degree been going on simultaneously.
  8. That certainly is a viable explanation. If a reversal of NSAM 263 was the consensus of the meeting in Honolulu, perhaps the idea was to present the draft to Kennedy and make a pitch for it. I did not know that about Bundy. I must admit, Jim, your book reviews at CTKA and discussions of such on Len's show have had a dual effect on me. I buy more good books (Rakove, Poulgrain, Muehlenbeck, etc.), but I get lazy about reading them all the way through because you've already given us the good stuff. Of course, if I was retired like some people and had all that time... Thanks for the thoughtful reply.
  9. Jim, What's your opinion on the draft of NSAM 273 that Bundy prepared prior to the assassination? Is there any way to explain that, other than foreknowledge of Dallas by a few key individuals at the top? I'm not sold on the idea of a grand, top-down plot with all these people that knew beforehand. But... I don't know how else to explain this document. Thoughts? Thanks!
  10. I haven’t studied the medical evidence to any great degree but I’ve always found it curious that there was a back wound that barely penetrated and, if you believe the throat defect was an entry wound, a throat shot that never exited. Could supressors/silencers take that much velocity off a bullet? Just speculation. I find those two underpowered shots to be an interesting coincidence.
  11. Hi Josh... surreal indeed. I was thinking the same thing as I watched it unfold on TV last night. "Snipers (plural) in Dallas"... not a phrase I ever expected to hear coming from any official source. It's unfortunate that it was not about 11/22/63, but a different kind of tragedy. Just sad and frustrating all around.
  12. That reminds me of a great line by Tom Cruise's character in the movie A Few Good Men. After he sees their case falling apart and gets bombed on Jack Daniels, Lt Caffey sarcastically remarks to his fellow lawyers: "Maybe if we work at it, we can get Dawson (their client) charged with the Kennedy assassination."
  13. Hi Richard, I enjoyed listening to you on TLG podcast and I look forward to reading your work on the website soon. Your thoughts around Jack Dougherty are very interesting.
  14. While it's certainly valid to question whether the individual in this video might be Morales, my opinion is that it's unlikely. It's difficult to believe that an experienced operator at David Morales' level would put himself in such close proximity to the designated patsy, out in public and with a video camera rolling. Oswald would have been handled strictly though the use of cut-outs and intermediaries. Morales was many things, but I don't think sloppy or foolish were among them.
  15. Black Op Radio interview with Jerry Coley: http://www.blackopradio.com/pod/black753a.mp3