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  2. I don't think Bell was standing on the grass because this is refuted by the Nix film, the Bronson photo, and the Bronson film. If Bell jumped down from the pedestal at Z133 and scampered along the grass he would have been visible in one of these Bronson images at Z235 and Z330 5-10 seconds later: Triangulation for Bell should be fairly accurate, within a few feet I would say, because of various telltale features: 1. The pedestrian tunnel in the bridge is showing a narrow shaft of light from the other side: 2. The lamppost and sign sit in a specific location relative to the pillars of the pergola: If you trace 3 lines back for each of these frames on the map you should find they all cross over in the alcove in the peristyle that I position Bell in the animation. The clearest early frame of the Bell film I found was in this video: Judging from the position of the Limo relative to the lamppost, this is about Z419, so with a few blurry frames before he may have restarted as early as Z410 (within a second of where I think the third shot was fired). As I recall I used the yellow flash at Z460 to catch the 3 lead bikes in the distance, rather than to signify the beginning of the Bell film. In summary I think my calculations in the animation are correct because: 1. The triangulation places him in the peristyle. 2. Bronson proves he was not running around the peristyle Z235 - Z330. 3. He restarts filming at Z410 which corresponds perfectly in time for him to walk briskly from his first known position at Z133 to the triangulated position for the next sequence of the film at Z410.
  3. The distance between the two (JFK in the limo) locations in the previous gif (z437-z445.5) = 20.62ft My average speed for this span = 30.2mph. 18.3/8.5 x 20.62ft = 44.39ft per sec /1.47 In your animation, that same frame span yields an average of 30.5mph. Almost matching.
  4. CONGRATULATIONS! Give ‘em hell, Jim. Hope you guys have some sort of media PR plan to deal with the usual attack dogs when they start barking. Mr. Stone should be well versed in the subject.
  5. As I mentioned in the PM, there are a few links to the CIA Nazi vault and in the other thread. Arrowsmith was corresponding with Rechenberg while Rechenberg was corresponding with Skorzeny, among other infamous Nazis. This was early ‘62. Arrowsmith has $30 million in the bank when he died in the 1980s. His family came from Old New York money. Their are some Lipsenards and Bleekers in the Family Tree. Also, related to Dunn & Bradstreet families. The most interesting angle to Arrowsmith and his pal George Lincoln Rockwell is the possibility the whole Neo Nazi revival was a school play. That is, Arrowsmith (and a Hooker before that) were asked to fund this new Nazi movement to parry the organic progress of the civil rights objectives. The anti-Jewish focus of the neo Nazis may also point to another motive besides typical KKK type mayhem. The same year that Arrowsmith started funding Rockwell (1958) is also when Salman Zapiro got NUMEC up and running with the merger of Apollo Steel and San Toy Mining. The AEC was likely looking the other way when the HEU went out the Apollo plants back door. It would have a good plan B to take out Zapiro and contract out the hit to some Neo Nazis or just blame them. Sounds like a Bissell idea.
  6. Could this be a game changer? We still would like to get to the high-resolution digital copies of Wiegman and Darnell...
  7. This is major news - really happy for you, Jim! Jim has not gotten the attention and credit that he deserves for his amazing and arduous work. Let's hope that this really starts the ball rolling in the right direction. Or I should say, in the Left direction.
  8. Jim, Congratulations Jim! Two questions: 1) Did you enjoy working with Stone?; and, 2) Was he faithful to your work? I hope the answer is yes to both. Steve Thomas
  9. David Talbot wrote on Facebook today: I'm very proud to be on camera in Oliver Stone's important new documentary series, "JFK: Destiny Betrayed," which has just been acquired for worldwide distribution by the fast-growing indie studio AGC Television. Many authors and researchers over the past half century have worked diligently to expose the truth about the violent overthrow of the Kennedy presidency, a national trauma that America never fully confronted -- and from which we've never fully recovered. But even the... most successful of our books have only reached limited audiences. Oliver Stone, on the other hand, changed history with his 1991 film "JFK" -- which created a whole new generation of Warren Report skeptics (including me) and forced Congress to pass the JFK Records Act, resulting in the release of thousands of relevant government documents. (The CIA is still stonewalling Congress and refusing to release thousands of other documents -- what does THAT tell you?) Quoting from the AGC press release, Variety reports more about Stone's new documentary TV series, which is being co-produced by the deeply knowledgeable Kennedy author James DiEugenio... The AGC statement went on: “Stone will put Kennedy’s assassination in context politically, and present interviews, documents, and forensics reports that will change forever how Kennedy’s life, political career, and assassination will be considered.” Those interviewed in the series include Judge John Tunheim, chairman of the Assassination Records Review Board, criminologist Henry Lee, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Professor James Galbraith (son of President Kennedy's advisor John Kenneth Galbraith), and bestselling author and Salon founder David Talbot. “It’s not an exaggeration to state that this series features the most distinguished collection of talent and knowledge on the JFK case ever assembled,” said the AGC Television press release. AGC Television president Lourdes Diaz added: “We have long admired Oliver Stone and his work, and the revelatory information his new documentary brings forward not only sheds a new light on JFK’s presidency and his assassination, it informs us about our contemporary world,” “This documentary film represents an important bookend to my 1991 film. It ties up many loose threads, and hopefully repudiates much of the ignorance around the case and the movie,” Stone wrote.
  10. That was a good response and has plenty of merit. I would argue that separate and unconnected factions can kill a President, and his brother, and MLK, or Malcolm X. The factions might be rouge CIA operatives in one instance, the Chicago Mafia in another, and some especially nutty branch of the KKK in the third. What becomes unbelievable though is the length and effectiveness of the subsequent cover-up. In my view, and as far as I can tell, in the view of others here, none of the separate factions had the time, financial resources, organizational abilities, and with most of the players now dead from old age, the motivation to keep the cover-up going for so long. If their is at least some, though still off the record, acceptance by the MSM and Government Agencies, that the assassinations above were not the work of loan nuts, the separate faction theory then garnered more acceptance. (ie. LHO, Sirhan Sirhan, James Earl Ray, as loan nuts seems less likely than Rogue CIA members, the Mafia, or KKK affiliates with the initial reluctance to release all files.) At this point though (2019) there is still a cover up. The individuals in the separate factions are mostly all dead, and any resources they might have had to effect a cover-up in the early years would surely be exhausted at this point, therefore the ongoing cover-up must be institutional. If the cover-up is at the institutional level, then examining the individuals that control the resources of the institutions might provide guidance that point to the ultimate perpetrators. In a general sense, where the institutions include government agencies, corporations, foundations, religious orders, and various think tanks or societies, the same family names keep popping up (and as a control, some names do not "pop-up" at all.) If you look at the Bush family, for example, the idea that it is a multi-generational crime syndicate is hardly preposterous. Decades before the JFK assassination, there were Bush and related family members involved in all sorts of suspicious activities, from WWI war profiteering to trading with the Nazis. If we just look from 1963 forward, we have Poppy's possible involvement in the JFK assassination, then he is in the Nixon White House, October Surprise, Reagan Assassination attempt, and Iran Contra. His son is President when 9/11 happens and the 2nd Gulf War starts. On the periphery of all these events the same names keep showing up, some related to the Bush family and some not. Some distant, like Wirt Walker and some close, like Marvin Bush. The evidence suggests that the Bush extended family has been involved in some nefarious activities for decades. It is not unreasonable to conclude that they are not the only extended family (vertically and horizontally in a family tree) that might be involved in many of history's most notorious events.
  11. Here is a list of the Cosa Nostra 1957 Apalachin meeting attendees. How accurate it is is debatable of course. Please note however these interesting points of the list. Dallas representative Joe Civello is listed as representing New Orleans' mob boss Carlos Marcello.Joseph "Joe" Civello - Dallas Civello Family Boss (New Orleans Family caporegime, representative of New Orleans Boss Carlos "Little Man" Marcello. Dallas, Texas) Caporegime means "Capo." This position is three rings down from "Boss." The hierarchy goes like this ... Boss - Underboss - Consiglere - Capo. Also read what Sam Giancana told another mafioso days after the meeting. That a bust like the one in Apalachin would never have happened in his district because they had the "county all locked up." Can you imagine how many police and judges and other officials had to have been bought and controlled by the Mafia for their leader to claim control over such a massively populated area as Cook County Illinois? Notice also the name Russell Bufalino. The crime boss who hires Frank Sheeran the hit man depicted in the new film " The Irishman." The Apalachin Meeting was a historic summit of the American mafia held on November 14, 1957 at the home of mobster Joseph "Joe the Barber" Barbara in Apalachin, New York. It was attended by roughly 100 mafia crime bosses from the United States, Canada and Italy. Expensive cars with license plates from around the country aroused the curiosity of the local and state law enforcement, who raided the meeting, causing mafiosi to flee into the woods and the surrounding area of the Apalachin estate. Over 60 underworld bosses were detained and indicted due to the disastrous meeting. Joseph "The Barber" Barbara - Northeastern Barbara Family Boss and Summit host, Apalachin, N.Y. Rosario "Russell" Bufalino - Northeastern Family Underboss and Summit organizer (Kingston, Pennsylvania, future Northeastern Boss) Dominick Alaimo - Northeastern Barbara Family Caporegime (Pittston, Pennsylvania) Angelo J. Sciandra - Northeastern Barbara Family Caporegime (Pittston, Pennsylvania) Ignatius Cannone - Northeastern Barbara Family Caporegime (Endwell, N.Y.) Anthony "The Gov" Guarnieri - Northeastern Barbara Family Soldier (Johnston City, N.Y., future Caporegime) James "Dave" Ostico - Northeastern Barbara Family Caporegime (Pittston, Pennsylvania, future Underboss) Pasquale "Patsy" Turrigiano - Northeastern Barbara Family Caporegime (Endicott, N.Y.) Emanuel "Manny" Zicari - Northeastern Barbara Family Caporegime (Endicott, N.Y., Barbara's bottling plant manager) Salvatore "Sam" Monachino - Northeastern Barbera Family Soldier (Auburn, N.Y.) Pasquale "Patsy" Monachino - Northeastern Barbara Family Soldier (Auburn, N.Y.) Pasquale "Patsy" Sciortino - Northeastern Barbara Family Soldier (Auburn, N.Y.) Bartolo "Bart" Guccia - Northeastern Barbara Family Associate (Endicott, N.Y., Barbara estate overseer and handyman) Joseph "Joe Bananas" Bonanno - N.Y. Bonanno Family Boss (Long Island, N.Y., present Commission chairman, 1951-64) Giovanni "John" Bonventre - N.Y. Bonanno Family Caporegime (Brooklyn, N.Y., former Underboss, semi-retired in Sicily) (Brooklyn, N.Y.) Anthony "Tony" Riela - N.Y. Bonanno Family Caporegime (West Orange, N.J., faction leader) Natale "Joe Diamonds" Evola - N.Y. Bonanno Family Caporegime (Brooklyn, N.Y., future Boss) Vito "Don Vito" Genovese - N.Y. Genovese Family Boss (Atlantic Highlands, N.J.) Gerardo "Jerry" Catena - N.Y. Genovese Family Underboss (Orange, N.J., faction leader) Michele "Big Mike" Miranda - N.Y. Genovese Family Consigliere (Forest Hills, N.Y.) Salvatore "Charles" Chiri - N.Y. Genovese Family Caporegime (Bergen, N.J., faction leader) Carlo "Don Carlo" Gambino - N.Y. Gambino Family Boss (Brooklyn, N.Y.) Joseph "Staten Island Joe" Riccobono - N.Y. Gambino Family Consigliere (Staten Island, N.Y.) Paul "Big Paul" Castellano - N.Y. Gambino Family Caporegime (Brooklyn, N.Y., future Boss) Carmine "The Doctor" Lombardozzi - N.Y. Gambino Family Caporegime (Brooklyn, N.Y.) Armand "Tommy" Rava - N.Y. Gambino Family Caporegime (Brooklyn, N.Y., Anastasia loyalist, killed soon after Apalachin) Vincent "Nunzio" Rao - N.Y. Lucchese Family Consigliere (Yonkers, N.Y.) Giovanni "Big John" Ormento - N.Y. Lucchese Family Caporegime (Lido Beach, N.Y.) Joseph "Joe Palisades" Rosato - N.Y. Lucchese Family Caporegime (Jackson Heights, N.Y.) Joseph "Don Peppino" Profaci - N.Y. Profaci Family Boss (Long Island, N.Y.) Joseph "Fat Joe/Joe Malyak" Magliocco - N.Y. Profaci Family Underboss (East Islip, N.Y., successor to Profaci) Salvatore "Sam" Tornabe - N.Y. Profaci Family Caporegime (New York, N.Y., died December 30, 1957) Frank Majuri - N.J. DeCavalcante Family Underboss (Elizabeth, N.J., Amari regime Underboss, stepped down May 1957, then Underboss in DeCavalcante regime) Louis "Fat Lou" LaRasso - N.J. DeCavalcante Family Underboss (Linden, N.J., Delmore regime Underboss as of May, 1957) John C. Montana - Buffalo Magaddino Family Underboss (Olean, N.Y., He was the #2 man in the crime family during Magaddino's regime. Montana was put on the shelf by Magaddino around 1958, Magaddino felt betrayed by Montana who wanted to step down after all the publicity from Apalachin) Antonino "Nino" Magaddino - Buffalo Magaddino Family Caporegime (Niagara Falls, N.Y., future Consigliere) Rosario "Roy" Carlisi - Buffalo Magaddino Family Caporegime (Buffalo, N.Y., brother of future Chicago Outfit Boss Sam "Wings" Carlisi) James "Jimmy" LaDuca - Buffalo Magaddino Family Caporegime (Lewiston, N.Y., Magaddino son in law) Samuel "Sam" Lagattuta - Buffalo Magaddino Family Caporegime (Buffalo, N.Y.) Dominick D'Agostino - Buffalo Magaddino Family Caporegime (Niagara Falls, N.Y.) Frank Valenti - Rochester Valenti Family Underboss (Rochester, N.Y., Pittsburgh Family Soldier) Constenze "Stanley" Valenti - Rochester Valenti Family Boss (Rochester, N.Y., Pittsburgh Family Soldier) Joseph Falcone - Buffalo or Rochester Family Capo (Utica, N.Y., faction leader) Salvatore Falcone - Buffalo or Rochester Family Soldier (Utica, N.Y., Joseph's brother) Rosario "Roy" Mancuso - Buffalo or Rochester Family Soldier (Utica, N.Y.) Michael "Mike" Genovese - Pittsburgh LaRocca Family Caporegime (Gibsonia, Pennsylvania, future Boss) Gabriel "Kelly" Mannarino - Pittsburgh LaRocca Family Caporegime (New Kensington, Pennsylvania, future Underboss) Joseph "Joe" Ida - Philadelphia Bruno Family Boss (Highland Park, N.J., fled to Sicily in 1957 after Apalachin, leaving Antonio "Mr. Miggs" Polina as Acting Boss. Stepped down as Boss in 1959 due to publicity, retired to Sicily leaving Angelo Bruno as his successor) Dominick Olivetto - Philadelphia Bruno Family Underboss (Camden, N.J., faction leader, stepped down 1959 for new regime) John Scalish - Cleveland Scalish Family Boss (Cleveland, Ohio) John DeMarco - Cleveland Scalish Family Consigliere (Shaker Heights, Ohio) Frank "The Cheeseman" Cucchiara - New England Patriarca Family Consigliere (Boston, Massachusetts, representative of Raymond Patriarca Sr., Charlie "Lucky" Luciano and Frank "The Prime Minister" Costello at Summit) Frank Zito - Springfield, Illinois Zito Family Boss (Chicago Outfit Caporegime) Louis Santo Trafficante Jr. - Tampa Trafficante Family Boss (moved to Havana in 1946, Cuban operations overseer for the families, including casino and narcotics operations. Most powerful boss in Cuba) Joseph "Joe" Civello - Dallas Civello Family Boss (New Orleans Family caporegime, representative of New Orleans Boss Carlos "Little Man" Marcello. Dallas, Texas) John Francis Colletti - Dallas Civello Family member (Dallas, Texas) James "Black Jim" Colletti - Colorado Colletti Family Boss (Pueblo, Colorado) Frank DeSimone - Los Angeles Dragna Family Boss (Los Angeles, California, also lawyer and house council for Family members) Simone Scozzari Los Angeles Dragna Family Underboss (San Gabriel, California, came under law enforcement scrutiny after Apalachin. Deported to Italy in 1963) Mafiosi suspected of attending Apalachin Summit 14 November 1957 Carmine "Lilo" Galante - Bonanno Family Underboss Carmine Galante was one of the most important attendees at the Palermo, Sicily, Hotel des Palmes Summit the past October 14-October 17 and would be important to the Apalachin Summit being that he was the U.S. La Cosa Nostra's Montreal "representation" for all narcotics operations being directed through the port city. Identified as a guest staying at the estate by Joe Barbara's housekeeper. Galante had also been stopped and arrested by Pennsylvania police on October 17, 1956, allegedly coming from a meeting at Barbara's estate. Frank "Frank Carrol" Garofalo - Former Bonanno Family Underboss Frank Garofalo was semi-retired in Sicily as of 1956 and came back specifically for the Apalachin Summit, having been one of the attendees at the Palermo, Sicily-Hotel des Palmes Summit the past October 14-October 17 and would most certainly brief the Bosses on the outcome of the Palermo Summit. Garofalo was registered at a local motel. Gaspar "Gasparino" DiGregorio - Bonanno Family Caporegime Brother-in-law of Buffalo Family Boss Stefano Magaddino, registered at local motel. Joseph "Joe Bandy" Biondo - Gambino Family Underboss Former Albert Anastasia Consigliere, conspired to kill Anastasia with Carlo Gambino and Joseph Riccobono. Expected to explain the reasons for the Anastasia hit and the current situation between the new Anastasia/Gambino Family hierarchy and the faction still loyal to Anastasia. Gaetano "Tommy Brown" Lucchese and Stefano "Steve" LaSalle- Lucchese Family Boss and Underboss 1st and 2nd in command, Lucchese and his allies supported Carlo Gambino and his assassination of Albert Anastasia and ascension to Boss of the Family. Aniello "Niel" Migliore - Lucchese's top aide and was in a car accident driving through Binghamton the next day, November 15. He was most likely on his way to pick up Lucchese and LaSalle. Stefano "The Undertaker" Magaddino - Buffalo Magaddino Family Boss Commission member who helped Vito Genovese arrange the Summit at Barbara's house, his clothes contained his name in them when they were found in a car in Joseph Barbara's barn. Salvatore "Momo" Giancana and Frank "Strongy" Ferraro - Chicago Outfit Boss and Underboss 1st and 2nd in command, Sam Giancana was a Commission member and had just recently been promoted to Boss of the Outfit by former Boss and new Consigliere, Anthony "Joe Batters" Accardo. Giancana would take this opportunity to meet with all the other Family Bosses and introduce his new Underboss, Ferraro. Giancana was overheard just days after the Summit on an FBI wire talking to Stefano "The Undertaker" Magaddino about "our guys being caught" and "that it wouldn't have happened in Chicago, we have a whole county locked up tight". Magaddino cowardly replied "you bet it wouldn't have Sam". Joseph "Joe Z." Zerilli and Anthony "Tony Jack" Giacalone - Detroit Partnership Boss and Lt./Capo. Joe Zerilli was not yet at the Barbara estate, he was late. he most likely noticed the roadblock on the way to the meeting or was still at the motel and heard what happened on the radio. He used his driver�s license to rent a car in the Binghamton area and used it to get home on November 14, 1957. Nicholas "Nick" Civella and Joseph Filardo - Kansas City Civella Family Boss and Capo They were identified by a local business owner as the two men who used his phone to call a taxi. James "Jimmy the Hat" Lanza- San Francisco Abati/Lanza Underboss 2nd in command to Boss Michael Abati who at the time was fighting a deportation order, Lanza was registered at a local motel with San Jose Family Underboss, Joseph Cerrito. Mike Abati was deported on July 8, 1961. Lanza becomes his successor and the Family's most famous Boss. John Sebastian "John LaRock" LaRocca - Pittsburgh LaRocca Family Boss Registered at the local Arlington Motel with his 2 Capos, Michael Genovese and Gabriel "Kelly" Mannarino, their bills charged to Barbara's Canada Dry Bottling Company. Joseph "Joe" Cerrito- San Jose Cerrito Family Underboss 2nd in command to Boss Onofrio Sciortino who was ill, Cerrito was registered at a local motel with San Francisco Boss, James Lanza. Joe Cerrito becomes Boss of the Family after Sciortino's death in 1959. Frank "Frankie Bal" Balistrieri - Milwaukee Balistrieri Underboss 2nd in command, registered at a local motel. Family Boss, John Aloito was grooming his son in law Frank Balistrieri as his successor, Balistrieri uses the Apalachin Summit to introduce himself to all the Bosses from across the United States. In 1961 Aloito retires so Balistrieri can assume the top position. Frank "Frankie Bal" Balistrieri becomes Milwaukee's most famous underworld Boss. Joseph Zammuto - Rockford, Illinois Musso/Zammuto Family Underboss 2nd in command to Boss Antonio Musso who was ill, Zammuto was registered at a local motel. Tony Musso dies 1958 and Joe Zammuto becomes Boss of the Family. It is now called the Zammuto Family. The Rockford Family has always been a Chicago Outfit faction. Charles "Curly" Montana - Cleveland Scalish Family Caporegime Curly Montana is registered at a local motel with Boss John Scalish. Joseph "Joe" Campisi - Dallas Civello Family Underboss 2nd in command, Joe Campisi is registered at a local motel with Boss Joe Civello, who was detained at Barbara's estate. Joe Campisi became the Family Boss after Joe Civello retires to Florida in 1968. Civello dies in 1970. Vincenzo "Vince" Colletti - Denver Colletti Family Underboss 2nd in command, Vincenzo is James "Black Jim" Colletti's brother. Vincenzo is registered with James at a local motel, he escapes the police at Barbara's estate, but his brother James is picked up walking down a road near the estate. Alfred "Al" Angelicola - New Jersey area La Cosa Nostra member Al Angelicola is registered at a local motel with other known mafiosi, his Family affiliation is unknown. Luigi "Louis" Greco and Giuseppe "Pep" Cotroni - Montreal Cotroni Family Underboss and Caporegime Louis Greco was a Montreal Sicilian who was 2nd in command to Calabrian Boss Vic "The Egg" Cotroni. In 1953 Greco and his top aide Frank Petrula go to Sicily to arrange heroin shipments with Charlie "Lucky" Luciano. Giuseppe "Pep" Cotroni was the brother of Boss Vic Cotroni and the Lt. in charge of narcotics operations for the Family. The Montreal Family was considered the Bonanno Family Canadian Faction. Joe Bonanno had just returned from the U.S.-Sicilian La Cosa Nostra Summit in Palermo, Sicily at the Hotel des Palmes on October 14-October 17, 1957. One of the topics to be discussed at Apalachin was about the Sicilians taking control of the importation of narcotics while the U.S. La Cosa Nostra would handle wholesale distribution . Montreal is the North American transit way for narcotics shipments into the U.S., that's why Montreal had representatives at the Apalachin Summit. Giuseppe "Don Giuseppe" Settacase - Agrigento, Sicily Capo-familglia and future Capo-provincia (provincial Boss) in Sicilian Cupola (Commission). Don Giuseppe Settacase was sent over as a representative of the Sicilian La Cosa Nostra Clans wishing to export narcotics to the United States. He was present at the Palermo, Sicily Summit on 14 October-17, 1957 and was highly respected as a mediator. Don Giuseppe Settacase mentor to the most powerful and wealthy Sicilian Clans in the Agrigento province and Sicilian La Cosa Nostra, the Siculiana-Caruana-[BadWord] Family and the Cattolica Eraclea-Rizzuto Family, who would become superpowers in the global narcotics and money laundering trade and rule mafia empires. After the Apalachin Summit, both the Canadian and Sicilian La Cosa Nostra were heard talking on R.C.M.P. and FBI wiretaps about how embarrassed the American La Cosa Nostra looked to their peers for the screw up at Apalachin http://www.greaterowego.com/apalachin/guests.html
  12. Full screen. For those visiting next month. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=have+you+ever+seen+dallas+from+a+dc9+at+night&view=detail&mid=B353DC4B74B0E7301A83B353DC4B74B0E7301A83&FORM=VIRE
  13. I just don't think the family tree bit you keep chasing is conclusive of anything other than it's a small world. When you state something as false that I know is true it calls everything else into question. My last name is Ness. My grandfather was the CO at Nebraska Street in DC with the AFSA. He was in the ONI and served several years with Lou Tordella the longest active DD in NSA history who is in the Cryptology Hall of Fame. I grew up with Rockefellers and others who you would instantly know by name. None of this infers anything other than if you're around long enough you meet people. Hell I've met 12 Oscar winners. It seems your a man who has concluded something and are searching for the pieces to justify the conclusion. I appreciate the research but it doesn't convince me of anything.
  14. Thanks Jim. I was kind of startled by the response to the thread myself. I watch how threads are reacted to, who's posting when I visit. The number of posts and views in the time it's been here surprised me for the forum. Michael Cross comment on page 5, 7/23 was encouraging "You guys have the WC crew out in force. Must be on the right track". Jim H's diagram of the TT is essential to understanding. I really knew nothing of Brewer myself previously, just a curious shoe salesman, but hanks to Paul... As to the current question... I still wonder myself, if Julia Postal was out front of the entrance in the ticket booth doing her job when Oswald supposedly passed, how did she know to report to incoming officers the suspect went upstairs to the balcony? Why wasn't she questioned about such details?
  15. Really great news. We all no doubt remember mainstream media going after Stone’s JFK months before its release. That clearly backfired.
  16. Thank You Jim for your work over the years, years before I was even aware of it. Destiny Betrayed carried to the screen and expanded on is outstanding news with Stone behind it.
  17. Thanks Mike. I also know what they are going to say, but with the roster of people this show has, forget it. As Oliver said in the story for Variety, it's no exaggeration to say that it's the most distinguished collection of talent and knowledge ever assembled on the JFK case. Hands down. And its all geared around what the ARRB declassified, and what the public does not know about. Goodbye Mr. Shenon.
  18. Oops. Been gone a day. Should have read Jim's thread first. But thanks for alerting me to pertinent information, as usual, Bart.
  19. I think we already know how the mainstream U.S. media is going to respond to it.
  20. Bravo !! It will be interesting to see how the mainstream U.S. media responds to this.
  21. Prior Analysis of Bismuth Magnesium Material Held by TTSA Revealed an Anomaly https://www.unknowncountry.com/headline-news/prior-analysis-of-bismuth-magnesium-material-held-by-ttsa-revealed-an-anomaly/
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