Jeffrey Reilley

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  1. No, I did not. I then never thought of it again until yesterday. It does have me thinking though... So a guy walks into a theater without paying soon after the President of the United States gets shot, and right after a fellow officer had been gunned down, and that was why Dallas police showed up in full force to the theater? Wow. Don't break laws in Dallas. --I know what probable cause is. I was confused by the statement that the concept of probable cause wasn't around. I was reading plenty of cases where convictions were overturned based on lack of probable cause in the 40's. I get confused easily though. My bad.
  2. I don't want to sound like an idiot, but the concept of what? I was just wondering. I read your statement and then fell into a rather boring rabbit hole of reading court decisions regarding violations of the fourth amendment. Now my eyes hurt, I feel illiterate after reading lawyer speak, and I am more befuddled than when I started. -A long time ago, when I was in high school, I asked that same question about LHO ever being formally arrested. And if so, for what?
  3. I was watching a documentary the other day, and the first bit of dialog was the only thing that stuck. It was a very biased piece made by ex-cia people, and one of them says, in a very nonchalant way, "The one thing that everyone has in common, on both sides of every war, is that they all think they are the good guys." That, for some weird reason, really hit home to me. I guess I never thought of it that way. That is why I believe Harvey, Morales, and crew are the ones that did the deed(s). They thought they were just. Very few people wish to be the bad guy, but some people go so far for what they believe that they cross into delusion, and from there you fall at 9.8 meters per second per second into the abyss.
  4. Very insightful review. Thank you.
  5. Now, this will sound completely ignorant, but why was Edwin Walker called Ted? In the little reading I have done on Edwin Walker's familial background, which is little more than none, there is nothing on his folks or family. According to this link, James Theodore "Ted" Walker was born 1877. Chances of this being entirely unrelated, probably 99.97%, but the time frame would have fit nicely. Geographic locations, however, seem a little "iffy" --Side note, it is nice to see that the Bush and Busch family have been so friendly for so long. As recently as when I left my previous job at a very private golf course, members of both families are members there and play together frequently...well, as frequently as those upper elitists are there and get together.
  6. Wide w's and wide l's by Oswald. Skinny ones by the other. Interesting. It made me look at my signature compared to others in my family. I get a kick out of that stuff
  7. If Sanders had won, and then gone on to become president, would the youth have felt empowered, and in that feeling of strength, would these "deep state" folks lose some rather important footing? Keeping the masses thinking they are helpless, weak, and without options is what keeps them in power. I hate using "them", so I guess "powerful yet undefined others" is better, but I am at work and typing, and I am going for speed over grammatical prowess. Anyhow, I doubt, if said people exist, they would simply let youth gain momentum. Far too risky for "powerful yet undefined others", and they too know what happened in the 60's. "...There was madness in any direction, at any hour. If not across the Bay, then up the Golden Gate or down 101 to Los Altos or La Honda. . . . You could strike sparks anywhere. There was a fantastic universal sense that whatever we were doing was right, that we were winning. . . . And that, I think, was the handle—that sense of inevitable victory over the forces of Old and Evil. Not in any mean or military sense; we didn’t need that. Our energy would simply prevail. There was no point in fighting—on our side or theirs. We had all the momentum; we were riding the crest of a high and beautiful wave. . . . So now, less than five years later, you can go up on a steep hill in Las Vegas and look West, and with the right kind of eyes you can almost see the high-water mark—that place where the wave finally broke and rolled back.”-Hunter S. Reminds me of that for some reason
  8. If Sanders had won the ticket, Sanders would not be alive. Of that, I am certain. Of the two remaining after that, it didn't much matter. They all are aiming towards the same outcome. I'm not saying there is some organized group of elitists that sit at a table making plans with each other, but it wouldn't surprise me if there were. Greed, says history, knows no bounds. I wouldn't put anything past powerful people with means, in bed. Did the young people succeed when you weren't a 67-year-old fart? Or did the younger generation's best chance at a candidate for change get whacked? If anything, your 24-year-old self has probably been desensitized to the point of indifferent acceptance. I think most people are victim of that, myself included. Youth has the advantage of not being as tainted as we older people. Though I am only 33, I have an engine with lots of miles and very few oil changes, if ya dig. Too many times has the "small" guy been shown what happens when the "big" guy feels their power threatened. I'm losing my train of thought so I will just abruptly end this, for I am merely a golf ball whacker guy. It is sunny and I must do my job.
  9. I'm new here. I want to know everything I can about the history of our intelligence community. I have found JFK's assassination is one of the only areas, and its aftermath, where the intelligence community had to come out of the shadows and show how they operate. I want to either prove my suspicions correct or eat crow and humbly go back to just whacking golf balls everyday. I believe that our country has been the proverbial "bad guy" for quite a bit of time now. We became a corporate driven government a long time ago, and the story I want to tell involves this. I like fiction, so I get some wiggle room with the truth aspect of everything, but the roots will be in truth. Anyways, back on track... I've been reading on this forum for a couple of years now, and never felt the urge to post. No reasoning behind it, just never felt the urge to join the conversation. Having said that, the amount of hubris, arrogance, and self-righteousness some people throw out there for anybody to read is shocking. So cut and dry, black and white, if you aren't with me you are against me type stuff, with every single thing, and then the discussion becomes a finger pointing contest between the same five people who seem to only want to reread what they are saying, in some chest thumping proud way. Get over yourselves! I would like to learn a thing or two, not read a topic and then see pages of people arguing over the same discrepancies.
  10. It also gives people...i.e. Phillips, Angleton, Hoover, the people that seemed to act illogically or guilty following the assassination, it gives them a reason for acting so: Cover their 6.
  11. Mike, Simpich's book is on Mary Ferrell's website. I read it in one, albeit very long, sitting. Mind will be blown. Explains everything and makes me think David Morales, Bill Harvey, John Rosselli, and their little clan of merry assassins were also quite clever.
  12. Good point...Back onward
  13. What would you do if you wanted to e&e without raising any suspicion? Walking right on out of there, although very simple, is a very effective plan. Blend right in with unsuspecting people.
  14. Have you ever been on the phone with a stranger for multiple hours? Have you ever had a potential employee talk to you for a couple hours on the phone? That doesn't make sense. As well, if you were going to quit your job and then hitch it to Michigan the next day, why would you bother with an all night phone call and driving around taking pictures? Definitely intriguing.
  15. None of those actions seem logical in the least.