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Steve Cearfoss

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  1. If Greer heard the first shot, but wasn’t sure from which direction the shot came, it would’ve been natural, I think, for him panic and brake, fearing that he may he may have been driving right into a fusillade of gunfire. But that still leaves a question unanswered: If the frames showing the limousine nearly stopping were excised, why? Perhaps simply to cover their own asses? As an aside, I, too, think that the ‘theory’ of Greer turning to shoot Kennedy is implausible; It’s simply ludicrous, and only further muddies the water.
  2. ‘The technique of infamy is to start two lies at once and get people arguing heatedly over which is the truth.’ Ezra Pound — of all people! — who, nevertheless, probably knew a bit about techniques of infamy. The “traditional” neocons, those who came into their own during GW’s reign, and are now laughably trying to pass themselves off as the defenders of democracy, have designated Russia as the Global Villain and any attempt by that country to exert influence anywhere Is looked upon as a threat to the USA’s world hegemony. So, no matter who comes out on top in this Deep State/Trump battle, it’s a lose-lose situation for the American people.
  3. ‘The technique of infamy is to start two lies at once and get people arguing heatedly over which is the truth.’ Ezra Pound — of all people! — who, nevertheless, probably knew a bit about techniques of infamy. The “traditional” neocons, those who came into their own during GW’s reign, and are now laughably trying to pass themselves off as the defenders of democracy, have designated Russia as the Global Villain and any attempt by that country to exert influence anywhere Is looked upon as a threat to the USA’s world hegemony. So, no matter who comes out on top in this Deep State/Trump battle, it’s a lose lose situation for the American people.
  4. I have a first edition of the Archer book that I’ve had for number of years. It was a real eye-opener. Donald Gibson‘s books also are well worth anybody’s time who’s interested Wall Street’s nefarious activities.
  5. ‘With all due respect,’ ‘IMHO’ — ‘LOL’, ad nauseum, me thinks the best way to confront this stuff and nonsense from an insincere, calculating xxxxx is to simply ignore him. Have a nice day, Tommy, and I mean it.
  6. Lisa mentions author 'Bill Davy' is that the correct spelling
  7. Sorry. Mea culpa. No citation threw me. My oversight not to note the date at the top. I am familiar with the book, as a matter fact I still have an old copy of it. Please forgive. Thanks
  8. What is this nonsense doing on the JFK assassination site?
  9. My response was a feeble attempt at humor ala Hunt and Nixon. Mea culpa
  10. "George H.W. Bush couldn't remember where he was on the day that JFK was killed." Hearsay. I have not been able unearth a direct report of Bush saying he didn't remember where he was that eventful day. Witnesses, and there were many, say he was speaking at the Blackstone Hotel in Tyler, Texas on November 22, 1963. Propagating the myth that he couldn't remember where he was that day does not help the cause, indeed it only gives the 'lone nutters' more reasons to denegrate the work of serious scholars of the JFK assassination.
  11. “There are multiple researchers and more inquisitive people than I that should confer their important observations on the most important subjects coming to light recently and (possibly) in the near future. “ ???
  12. Parnell: 'As Morley says, two CIA employees did indeed say that they thought Phillips used the name Bishop. However, both later recanted. In a HSCA deposition, former CIA director John McCone stated that he thought that a Maurice Bishop had worked for the agency. [8] However, just over a month later in a letter from the CIA’s office of Legislative Council, McCone recanted.'[9] So where should we put the weight, on the original statement or the recantation? Just because somebody recants does not mean the original assertion was untrue. After all, 30 years after the assassination, in Posner's book, some of the Parkland doctors disavowed their November 22, 1963 assertions regarding the JFK head wound. And we all know what nonsense that was. As a matter of fact, original statements are usually given freely, and we may surmise that a later about-face could very well be the result of intimidation or coercion.
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