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    Interesting piece on Texas Theater

    I think Armstrong believes it was Tommy Rowe who called but I believe JA also says that there was an actual series of phone calls? I can't wait to read this in any event. See its stuff like this that really make you question what one thinks they know...
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    Givens down to one lie

    Thought this was relevant to the discussion: (source: https://www.krusch.com/books/kennedy/Bloody_Treason.pdf pp248-249)
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    Exactly. Thats definitely the common sense view instead of believing and assuming (without study) literally everything that is said to have occurred officially. Its challenging digging for the facts and piecing it all together to make sense, a complex mosaic as Bugliosi said (one of my favorite sayings from him actually), the way a complex conspiracy would have to be solved.
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    "Oswald's" CIA Cryptonym: RX-ZIM

    I remember reading many books, coming across Ruby and McClendon and I remember my heart sort of stopping because I thought I had remembered that this was the same McClendon that Phillips knew (and that I read in another book)....naturally I wondered if this was a CIA/Ruby link. I'll never forget first pondering this.
  5. Paul what do you think of individuals such as David Morales, William King Harvey? Rip Robertson? or Felipe Vidal Santiago? I don't mean to put you on the spot with individuals such as these (these are just a quick few I thought of and who would require volumes or hours of discussion) but your general view of them in the context of possible JFK assassination conspirators?
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    Wesley Liebeler on Chapter IV of the W.R.

    Do those people not understand what "circular reasoning" is Jim? They must've known....That reasoning makes absolutely no sense.
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    New RFK Jr book gives big nod to research community

    Their silence will be their answer I'd imagine. Anyone have that Charlie Rose/RFK Jr. transcript yet?
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    Russell's question

    Thanks Mark. Here's hoping....it is blatantly suspicious in my mind and I hate going that route but....
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    David Morales

    Thanks David. In the "Limited Pass" document, what year was that produced? Any idea? Interesting to see a conversion from contract to staff employee.
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    Russell's question

    What I'd like to know is, what or how exactly, is Buell Wesley Frazier's polygraph exam considered a national security risk as well?
  11. That Whitten would've been something else. I can almost guarantee that he would've given us FAR more than the WC ever did from just his work alone if Helms didn't axe him from the investigation...Thats amazing that he was onto Tippit and Top Ten. He seems to have a knack for knowing what Blunt calls "choke points" lol. I mean his suggestion to begin at JM/WAVE/ now Top Ten, etc.
  12. Reopenkennedycase were on this as well late last year sometime. Fascinating study: http://reopenkennedycase.forumotion.net/t1680-was-the-fpcc-cia-operation-under-the-direction-of-gibson May I add that this seems to be pretty significant news (aside from the fact that they outed the guy....strange as all hell).....?
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    There seems to be massive issues with the alleged bus and cab ride (at least by the official theory's records): http://reopenkennedycase.forumotion.net/t505-william-whaley-cab-36-and-lee-oswald
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    Good Tool for the New Files I think

    Thanks Jim (and John!)!
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