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  1. William W. Turner

    I've had enough.
  2. Billie Sol Estes: A Reliable Witness?

    It is very important to get JFK assassination news into the Daily Mail online. Globally it is the most visited newspaper website, according to ComScore, whose methodology gave the site 50.1 million unique visitors for October 2012, ahead of the previous leader, The New York Times' site, which received 48.7 million visitors in the same month. Of course, one of the reasons that it is read by so many people is that it includes so many political conspiracy stories. It is one of the ways that the internet has undermined Operation Mockingbird. An interesting adjunct to these articles is the Comments section. By and large, the readers' comments seem discouraging. Like many online papers, the Daily Mail enforces a time limit for new comments. It's possible the inheritors of Operation Mockingbird are still on top of the game.
  3. William W. Turner

    A more complete version of Nathaniel's post: http://www.ctka.net/reviews/turner-christian.html A few brief comments by Turner, responding to John Simkin: http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=6491 And again, Turner's new book: http://www.amazon.com/books/dp/1616147571
  4. William W. Turner

    The Cuban Connection: Nixon, Castro, and the Mobby William Turner Book Description Release Date: May 14, 2013 A former FBI agent and investigative journalist examines the fateful meeting between Castro and Nixon and the murky connections that existed between official Washington, the CIA, and organized crime in Cuba. His vivid narrative provides insider information that many in power never wanted the public to know. In April 1959, Fidel Castro toured the United States at the invitation of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. Though he was wary, Castro entertained some hope of establishing an approchement with Washington. But after being snubbed by President Eisenhower and receiving a less-than-cordial reception from Vice President Richard Nixon, Castro got the strong impression that US intentions toward his new Cuban government were hostile. Based on firsthand interviews with many of the key players involved in Cuban-American relations of that era, plus thorough background research, Turner raises a host of disturbing questions. Before the ouster of the Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista by Castro, why did Vice President Nixon often socialize at Havana casinos with his Cuban friend Bebe Rebozo? How was the rabid anti-Communism of the Eisenhower administration, especially its instant dislike of Castro, connected to its cozy relationship with the former mob-controlled dictatorship? How did all of this set the stage for the Bay of Pigs fiasco and, ultimately, the Cuban Missile Crisis and the JFK assassination? http://www.amazon.com/books/dp/1616147571
  5. Dallas In Wonderland - JFK Conspiracy Flick

  6. Edwin Walker

    Paul Trejo's observations about racism in America are largely superficial and sophomoric and have next to nothing to do with President Kennedy's murder. Paul has consistently failed to produce convincing evidence for his claims.
  7. Edwin Walker

    Paul Trejo sees "White racists" everywhere. Even on this Forum: http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=2544&p=274567
  8. Edwin Walker

    Jim Root and Paul Trejo have established disparate reputations on this Forum for the quality of their research and their resulting conclusions. The reasons are obvious.
  9. Edwin Walker

  10. Edwin Walker

    The foul odor is Paul Trejo's insinuation that some of his Forum critics are motivated to do so because they are "White racists." Trejo's imaginings are groundless, like so much of the other stuff he advances. Where is the evidence for his ugly claim? What Paul Trejo calls attacks are, in most cases, just members calling him out for his unsupported and illogical claims, theories and conclusions. Paul wants to blame everyone else and everything else for the overwhelming rejection of his methods. He would do better to look inward. although most of his posts make it appear that he is incapable of doing so.
  11. Edwin Walker

    Paul;'s recap is the same time wasting material that he has posted over and over on countless threads. It's a collection of factoids about Walker's career. The conclusions are Paul's speculations. He fails to show that Walker had any connection at all to any plot to murder President Kennedy. Allow me to recap: Although John's advice was made to another Forum member, it is quite applicable here. Unable to rebut the torrents of justified criticism, Paul has been reduced to labeling everything a personal attack on him. His recent exchange with Mark Knight is a perfect example.
  12. Edwin Walker

    After reading my post, Paul went back and hastily edited his. He added a second line.
  13. Edwin Walker

  14. The posts of countless Forum members, and Paul's responses to those posts, tell an entirely different story.
  15. Edwin Walker

    John Simkin understood the dynamics of this Forum early on.