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  1. Ken Rheberg

    Pauline Sanders

    Thanks, John. I'll check the site out. You're right to place so much importance on the photographic record. One day the official story will be forced to do an about-face based on that record. But not on the record as we know it. On the record yet to be released to the public. Specifically two films spliced together which clearly show a gunman firing a weapon from behind the picket fence. It's the hard evidence Gary Mack used to refer to. Evidence that can't be disputed. The only hard evidence of a second gunman in this entire case. Less than 2 1/2 hours after the assassination, both the government and the media became aware of this indisputable "film" of a second gunman. However, a decision was then made at that time to bury it and never refer to it again. And so it has been for almost fifty-five years. Oliver Stone chose to make a film about Jim Garrison. He could have made it about the above and broken the case wide open. Ken
  2. Ken Rheberg

    Pauline Sanders

    Stamp club mentalities. Or stamp club sensibilities. The sharing and trading of stamps with other like-minded collectors. And having a darn good time doing it. A little searching, and finding, and saving, and clipping, and studying, and displaying. Might even have a really strong attachment to a stamp or two or more. But nothing earthshaking is ever going to happen because of it. After all, it's just a hobby. And you've got a life. That's the current state of the JFK assassination research community. For many -- not all -- it's nothing more than a hobby that is taking us nowhere. Nearly fifty-five years now, and Oswald is still officially the lone assassin. Then there's John Butler. A new breed of "researcher"? No, unfortunately. Just a rehash of so many down through the years. A bit nasty. Hypercritical and personal. Somewhat scary to be honest. But worst of all, prejudging. As in "imagined protocol". Without even knowing what I have to say. Finally, I don't have a spelling issue. Only if you quote me -- literally with quotation marks -- and then include a misspelling. I'll have to call you on that.
  3. Ken Rheberg

    Pauline Sanders

    I've been posting here for over twelve years. You for less than two. That doesn't excuse you, however, from asking one member what another member is talking about rather than going right to the source. That's a new one, I've got to admit. So, go ahead, ask me if you're truly serious about getting answers to the above questions. And, since you're quoting me, the word is "mentalities" not "mentalies".
  4. Ken Rheberg

    Pauline Sanders

    Sorry, Andrej. More than "interesting to know." This is the sad state of the so-called "Research Community" today. Meaningless threads going nowhere. Created and perpetuated on this very forum, in so many cases, by individuals with nothing more than stamp club mentalities. And cheered on and dominated by a third generation reader/writer who has done nothing, so far, to lead you to the Promised Land of what really happened that day in Dealey Plaza. Will he ever take you there? Don't hold your breath.
  5. Ken Rheberg

    Pauline Sanders

    Have any of you either personally contacted, tried to personally contact, or even thought of personally contacting Pauline Sanders' son, daughter-in-law or grandson about any of this? If they agree to talk to you, it seems like they might be able to clear up any confusion regarding Pauline's height, weight, where she was standing, what she remembered that day, etc. Ken
  6. Craven's film taken before, during and after the shots while rounding Main onto Houston, down Houston, rounding Houston onto Elm, down Elm as he panned over to the grassy knoll including the stairway and the picket fence, and from on top of the grassy knoll itself was not destroyed which is what Gary Mack meant by "lost". Neither were the two copies made of it. Gary was only speculating here and I believe he later realized with certainty, back in 2007, that none of Craven's Dealey Plaza footage -- not even one frame of it -- was ever lost in the early developing process.
  7. Ken Rheberg

    The women of JFK

    Steve, It was Lee Forman, not Lee Farley. Farley was also a Forum member in those days, he just wasn't on that old Elizabeth Cole thread. I used to confuse the two myself. To Steve and everyone else, don't let these two threads die. The conclusions about Cole back then were, at the very least, shaky on the surface for a number of reasons. Ken.
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    The women of JFK

    This is where we were, from the beginning. . . Steve was interested in writing an essay on women who had heard about, or spoken of, an assassination attempt on JFK before it happened and had told someone about it. He gave us a list of five names for starters. One of the women on that list was Elizabeth Cole. Steve then provided us with a Mary Ferrell Foundation link concerning her. Yet Steve doesn't link us to additional, relevant information on Ms. Cole that he most certainly knows about firsthand. Elizabeth Cole was an intriguing person. And the story she told equally so. Same with the FBI/Secret Service handling of it. Steve could write his essay just on her alone. Ken
  9. Ken Rheberg

    An Update on the Lancer Rebuild

    I found an email in my inbox yesterday from JFK Lancer dated 3/11/17 that I had somehow overlooked and never opened. It goes into great detail about Sherry's illness. So sorry to hear about this. Ken
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    An Update on the Lancer Rebuild

    Thanks for the update.
  11. Ken Rheberg

    An Update on the Lancer Rebuild

    No response to my request nearly two months ago for an update on the Lancer Archive recovery project. So let's try again. It's now been three and a half months since the last update on this by James Gordon. The status then was that James had "re-sanctioned" the necessary work and that recovery of the Archive was a real possibility. So where does the project stand? James? Moderators? Anybody? Ken
  12. Ken Rheberg

    The first conspiracy theorist

    A bold and insightful comment. Not sure if it's been overlooked or deliberately avoided. But here it is again.
  13. Ken Rheberg

    An Update on the Lancer Rebuild

    Almost two months now since the last update. What's the latest on the Lancer rebuild?
  14. Ken Rheberg

    Muchmore film split into (8) GIFS

    Red Shirt Man was 60 year old western store owner Francis Lee Mudd, in Dallas on business that day from Shreveport, LA.
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