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Douglas Caddy

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  1. The Who, How and Why of the JFK Assassination August 13, 2018 http://freedom-articles.toolsforfreedom.com/jfk-assassination-who-how-why-part-1/
  2. Jimmy Hoffa investigation: Frank Sheeran and the blood evidence we found in the case July 30, 2018 Fox News http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/07/30/jimmy-hoffa-investigation-frank-sheeran-and-blood-evidence-found-in-case.html [This is being posted in the Forum because of the belief by some that Hoffa played a role in JFK's assassination.]
  3. https://www.amazon.com/Deep-State-Heart-Texas/dp/0998889830/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1534127708&sr=1-1&keywords=richard bartholomew&dpID=51VDuNhSLGL&preST=_SY291_BO1%2C204%2C203%2C200_QL40_&dpSrc=srch
  4. Douglas Caddy

    Surprised there is no discussion on this

    Trump has discovered a new effective means of limiting freedom of speech: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/09/us/politics/newsprint-tariffs-newspapers-trump.html From the article: The Trump administration’s decision to impose tariffs on Canadian newsprint is hastening the demise of local newspapers across the country, forcing already-struggling publications to cut staff, reduce the number of days they print and, in at least one case, shutter entirely.
  5. Another book Robert Morrow has just added to his Box: “The Case Against the Kennedy Clan (In the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy)” by Joachim Joesten, May 1968 http://digitalcollections.baylor.edu/cdm/ref/collection/po-jfkother/id/1175
  6. Douglas Caddy

    Surprised there is no discussion on this

    Another viewpoint on the issue: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/31/us/politics/alex-jones-defamation-suit-sandy-hook.html
  7. Robert Morrow sent me the following message: These books from 1967 are EXTREMELY rare and valuable and they are now available in a PDF at my Box account web site. I also have included Sen. Carl Curtis book Chapters 8 and 9 of his Forty Years Against the Tide. Those chapters include Senate investigations into LBJ corruption, one on Billie Sol Estes, the other on Bobby Baker. Estes and Baker were two people deeply involved in the kickbacks, under the table money that went to Lyndon Johnson and the amounts were massive. Billie Sol Estes later said that he gave Lyndon Johnson a total of ten million dollars in cash. In today's dollars that would be equal to 84 million dollars. The Kennedys were poised to used the Estes and Baker information to utterly destroy LBJ in the fall of 1963. https://app.box.com/s/8b408e6999f8799dfd0a
  8. 44 years after Nixon's resignation, don't wait for Watergate's lightning to strike twice | Will Bunch Updated: August 7, 2018 Philadelphia Inquirer http://www.philly.com/philly/columnists/will_bunch/richard-nixon-resign-watergate-anniversary-trump-presidency-20180807.html
  9. 410 Movies Made Under The Direct Influence And Supervision Of The Pentagon https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-08-04/heres-410-movies-made-under-direct-influence-and-supervision-department-defense Can you spot any that affected the public's perception of JFK's assassination?
  10. CIA’s involvement in efforts to discredit Daniel Ellsberg https://www.muckrock.com/news/archives/2018/jul/31/cia-ellsburg/ [This is posted here because of the mention in it of Howard Hunt who also was involved in the assassination of JFK]
  11. David Talbot posted this on Facebook on 8/2/2018: Trump, Dark Capitalism, and the Deep State (cont.) After news broke during the 2016 campaign about Trump’s notorious boast -- that he could do whatever he wanted to women and get away with it, even “grab ‘em by the pussy” – I recalled a similar cocky claim by the late Chicago Mafia boss Sam Giancana (pictured here in dark glasses). The gangster liked to brag that while dining at the Fontainebleau Hotel, a Miami resort favored by the Mob, he could freely grab attractive women’s buttocks (he used a different word) as they passed by his table. When they wheeled around in outrage, the women – and their angry husbands – instantly realized they could do nothing because they recognized who Giancana was, and the violent power that he possessed. His crude treatment of women is yet one more way that Trump has established himself as our first “gangster-in-chief.” As Maureen Dowd observed in her Sunday NY Times column, Trump (whom she calls “The Don”) has admired and sought to emulate the Mafia’s tough made men ever since he was a boy and saw the wise guys in action on his father’s mobbed-up construction sites. Trump is no culture vulture, but among the movies he has bothered to see, his top favorites are “The Godfather” and “Goodfellas.” When he was elbowing his way up in New York real estate, Trump’s mentor was Roy Cohn (pictured here with Trump), the slithering lawyer who fed off clients in the city’s darkest sewers, including notorious mobsters. And when Trump’s real estate empire hit the skids in the ‘90s, it was another fixer lawyer, Roy Cohn wanna-be Michael Cohen, who connected Trump to shady money from the Russian Mafia and criminal networks in former Soviet republics. Cohen’s collaborator in opening up this dark financial pipeline from Russia and Ukraine was Russian-born New York hustler Felix Sater, who as a thug and con artist was just Trump’s type, despite -- or because of -- his criminal record. (He's pictured here, celebrating the opening of a Trump condo complex in SoHo on which the two men collaborated.) (More about Trump’s connections to Russian oligarchs, criminal networks, and other citadels of dark capitalism can be found on Russ Baker’s excellent web site, Who What Why. Baker is the hard-digging investigative reporter who has shed light on the Bush dynasty (“Family of Secrets”) and many other corners of American power that need spotlighting. https://whowhatwhy.org/…/trumps-ex-attorney-michael-cohen-…/) I’m continuing to explore the criminal roots of the Trump presidency here because I think it’s vital to understand where his power comes from. It certainly doesn’t come from traditional sources of Republican power, like the Koch brothers’ dark money. The Trump-Koch split exploded on the front page of the New York Times earlier this week, with Trump tweeting his contempt for the energy titans' kingmaking power. No, Trump’s power flows from money that’s even darker than the Kochs’ –an international criminal syndicate built on real estate, gambling, drugs and prostitution. This hoodlum power gives Trump the cockiness to stand up to the Kochs, the CIA, the FBI, the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN – to any powerful opponent in his way. More than six decades ago, Robert F. Kennedy launched his career in public life by going after organized crime, first as the chief counsel of the Senate Rackets Committee and then as his brother’s attorney general. One of his main targets, in fact, was Sam Gianacana, whose web of corruption stained the labor movement and the political system. As Ed Guthman, one of Bobby’s top Justice Department aides, told me when I was researching my book about the Kennedys (“Brothers”), RFK’s crusade against organized crime was motivated by a deep fear that its rising power could someday put a president in the White House. We’ve now reached that day. And we’ve reached it because for decades now, the deep state (and corporate capitalism) have been steadily subverting American democracy, and assassinating leaders like the Kennedy brothers. So, as engaged Americans, we must struggle to restore our democracy – not simply by relying on Washington security agencies – but by building a powerful, multiracial people’s movement. Martin Luther King Jr. was in the process of doing that when he too was assassinated in 1968 – organizing a remarkably broad coalition around his goal of occupying Washington with a Poor People’s army. This is another reason I was thrilled to hear Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tell a San Francisco audience yesterday that we all must now pick up King’s fallen banner and resume his bold mission. She has a strong sense of progressive history. As she says, no person in America should be too poor to live with dignity. And our future as a nation should no longer be determined by the deep state – or by dark capitalism.
  12. Seymour Hersh on novichok, Russian links to Donald Trump and 9/11 From the article: Critics have also argued that Hersh is a conspiracy theorist, though notably in his John F Kennedy biography The Dark Side of Camelot, he writes that Oswald was the probable lone assassin. Several years ago, I grilled Hersh on this and he responded that he simply could not find anything more on Oswald whilst researching the book. It seems that this position is adopted by others on the left too such as Noam Chomsky, who views JFK as a liberal war hawk rather than a threat to the establishment. I have to say I’m perplexed to say the least that a man who has spent his entire career dealing with covert action and spies buys the official version report hook, line and sinker. In Reporter, he warmly relates his dealings with Hollywood director Oliver Stone in the late Eighties. However, when Stone begins to expand on his thesis that Kennedy was assassinated by a CIA conspiracy in what would eventually become his tour de force magnum opus JFK, Hersh is completely dismissive, telling Stone that the idea is preposterous – to which Stone replies that he always knew Hersh was a CIA agent and walks off. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/long_reads/seymour-hersh-interview-novichok-russian-hacking-9-11-nerve-agent-attack-a8459596.html
  13. Douglas Caddy

    LBJ & Nixon Meeting on 11/21/63?

    Joe: Let us not forget about D.H. Byrd. The rich and powerful also use commercial railroad trains to get around without being publicly noticed. Many decades ago an acquaintance in Houston was interviewed by Barbara Bush, who was having her hair done at home while conducting the interview, to be the chef on a private rail car that George and Barbara owned for travel within the continental United States. She stipulated that if he were chosen for the position he be required to sign an air -tight non-disclosure confidential agreement that contained severe penalties if he breached it. If time were not of the essence, this would also be a great way to transport a trusted person to carry out a secret mission.
  14. Douglas Caddy

    LBJ & Nixon Meeting on 11/21/63?

    Billie Sol told me that LBJ arranged for a U.S. military aircraft to carry Mac Wallace from Washington to destinations where certain victims were murdered. Of course, the pilot(s) of the plane only knew that they were transporting some VIP to and from a destination. LBJ had several close associates in Texas who owned planes that could have transported him to attend the Murchison affair; after all it is alleged that he did arrive late.
  15. Scientific Police Work Traced Bullets to Rifle Oswald Owned https://www.nytimes.com/1964/09/28/archives/scientific-police-work-traced-bullets-to-rifle-oswald-owned.html