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Douglas Caddy

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Donald Jeffries to be on Coasttocoastam Saturday night

21 October 2016 - 04:58 PM


Donald Jeffries on American McHistory

20 October 2016 - 07:47 PM


CIA admits Eugenio Martinez, linked to JFK assassinaton, was one of its agents

20 October 2016 - 02:21 PM

From the document: “Under no circumstances would the Agency give up all records relating to the Agency’s relationship with Martinez,” the CIA lawyer told WSPF, for to do so would represent “the breaking of trust of an agent.”

This means the CIA, at the time of the Watergate break-in, had “an agent” planted on the break-in team. (The FBI determined that when arrested, Martinez possessed a key to the desk of Maxie Wells, the secretary to Democratic Party official R. Spencer Oliver whose telephone was wiretapped in the Watergate break-in operation.) While Martinez’s dual role has been discussed in other Watergate histories, the declaration by CIA lawyers of Martinez’s status as “an agent” appears to add new information to the Watergate saga.



“Who killed John F. Kennedy” a debate with Stone vs. Posner

19 October 2016 - 05:34 PM

“Who killed John F. Kennedy” a debate with Roger Stone vs. Gerald Posner

November 22, 2016

Coral Gables, Florida






A brief comment by David Starks

19 October 2016 - 02:23 AM

David Starks posted this comment today on Facebook in a topic started by David Talbot;



I video taped all the great conferences of the 90s and after the Stone film the best and brightest critics and authors and researchers got together. Many of them are now dead, and rarely is there a conference with anywhere near the star power of the ones in Chicago in 92-93 or the ones I taped in DC in 94-95-96-97.


Only Jim Lesar and Cyril Wecht have had recent conferences that I would have enjoyed, but alas, I can no longer justify the expense of travel, admission and hotel now that I no longer am a video producer and also because interest in the case has plummeted after the 50th aniv has passed.


This is no longer current events, but the case has fallen into the dust bin of history, and the true perpetrators were never caught and most would be long dead. Okay, there is the Joanides files to hopefully see in our lifetime (if they have not been altered, stolen or destroyed by now) but do you think CIA will release that stuff in 2017, when one of these frightening endless war robber barons is president?