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Vince Palamara

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    The Secret Service, JFK, Presidential history, the Steelers, music (Playing guitar)

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  1. LOL----they are referring to the Rolling Stones classic song Sympathy For The Devil: Sympathy for the Devil The Rolling Stones Please allow me to introduce myself I'm a man of wealth and taste I've been around for a long, long year Stole many a man's soul to waste And I was 'round when Jesus Christ Had his moment of doubt and pain Made damn sure that Pilate Washed his hands and sealed his fate Pleased to meet you Hope you guess my name But what's puzzling you Is the nature of my game I stuck around St. Petersburg When I saw it was
  2. I don't know what happened to the image, but here it is again. In case you can't read that, it is also on my blog: https://vincepalamara.com/2020/10/10/from-fbi-agent-frank-oneills-book-a-fox-among-wolves/
  3. I wrote to him a lot back and forth on Facebook earlier this year (we presented at the Third Decade conference in Fredonia, NY back in June 1991). He is doing well and still interested---he inquired as to JFK Lancer archiving his materials.
  4. Definitely! I remember the halcyon days of roughly 1988-1993 (pre-Stone movie to pre-Posner) when it seemed that the case was electric: seemed to always be on television, even if it was just tabloid tv specials. Bookstores had whole JFK assassination sections. Jackie, JFK Jr, Teddy, and Governor Connally were still alive. Print journals ruled the day. There was a certain naivete to those times. Looking back at it, it seemed the running theme of the fascination with the case was dramatic entertainment.
  5. The Paine experts: Steve Jones, Barbara LaMonica and Carol Hewett. These three were big in the (mid-late) 1990's and all seemed to disappear by 2000 or so. Best-selling author Harrison Livingstone (twice for High Treason + High Treason 2): deceased February 2015. Anna Marie Kuhns-Walko: health reasons made her retire. I used to hear from her on Facebook now and again a few years ago, but no longer. Kathlee Fitzgerald (assistant to Livingstone- helped with research for High Treason 2 and Killing The Truth): deceased 3/17/2019 Canadian researcher Ulric Shannon: in 1991, Ulric
  6. Carol was amazing--her, Steve Jones and Barbara LaMonica were the three Paine experts. They all faded away at the turn of the century. Kathleen Cunningham, a medical evidence expert, likewise gave up the ghost and donated all her archives to a Florida university and quit. I believe the end of the ARRB, the turn of the century, and 9/11 made some people think that was that.
  7. C. Douglas Dillon, former OSS and anti-Castro, is definitely someone to raise eyebrows at. That said, I have found no hard evidence of anything.
  8. What do you think of this book? It was/is a best-seller and a steady seller with 800-plus reviews and a very nice aggregate average on Amazon, yet (maybe I missed it) I never hear anyone talk about it. Thoughts? I have my own but I am waiting to hear from all of you.
  9. Hi! I don't view Rowley in a harsh light. In other words, he isn't someone I am overly suspicious of. He was a former FBI agent and was friends with Hoover. I am mad that he did not punish the nine agents who drank the morning of 11/22/63. That said, I view him thru more of a incompetence/negligence point of view than anything sinister, per se.
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