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  1. Ron, I believe the guy running with the briefcase was the officer carrying 'the football' of nuclear codes and comms; I recall John Judge saying the guy was AWOL for a number of hours, during the power struggle at the White House.
  2. The Reagan missile is missing, by the way. And as the medical team described it, was the size and thinness of a dime. Made a barely noticed slit entrance...not a ballistic entry hole. But who remembers that now.
  3. I'd disagree, but one has to look at all photos, not the the few that mainly get re-posted. And xrays don't show that much aesthetic detail...and how many peering at the corpse(s) actually knew the man?
  4. David, you do have a sense of humour (and recall...I forgot the zip code, but recognized it immediately)!
  5. I keep thinking we are in a fun house...and there were two bodies 'in play' at Bethesda, explaining the divergent observations. The c=fact that two men were shot on the afternoon of 22nd November, and they bore an eerie similarity to each other can't be a coincidence.
  6. Payette's original bent list of points, and all who've been stuck to this tar baby since.
  7. Thanks for playing. You get a home version of our game, and a $35 gift certificate for Spiegel...
  8. Weitzman also identified the rifle in the Depository as a 7.65 Mauser. A lot to be nervous about. I think the notorious Hesters also told Weitzman that they thought the shots came from the TSBD, and he raced off there.
  9. Looks Hispanic, not preppy to me. The whole shot has quite a cast. The two guys in fedoras also in this shot - pointed out already - were seen in that eerie photo at Houston and Main - one grabbing his had edge almost in a final greeting. Looks like an observer team, looking for problems that might linger with the scenario that just played.
  10. McClelland also writes "from a gunshot wound of the left temple." in that statement....
  11. Thanks to Denis Morissette, for uploading this 4 years ago.... Thou Shalt Not Kill, Part 1 (1976 JFK assassination CFTR radio special) Denis Morissette Published on Jan 8, 2014 1976 Toronto CFTR-Radio produced a three-hour JFK assassination special. Unfortunately, I lost the tape of one hour of it. I'm working on getting a copy of it. That hour would have been Part 5. (seems to be here, though.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kHI50dgJd4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rj-4eaxFSU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVnE0vgDyYw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=235lSSDnwmE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZ7QxlLHeuM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RONBGBfSkkY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFTg_B-C1Xw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1vXU3QUuh4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVzaQXxZMIQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_znzKElsms https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7qLKM0oVwc
  12. "John B. Connolly was unquestionably the very worst eyewitness in Dealey Plaza when it comes to answering this question...." Good Lord, David, how could you write that? And your loop...well, JC is a HELL of a Texan, still grabbing his stetson long after his wrist has, according to your story, been horribly shattered. JC was the best witness in Dealey to what happened to JC.
  13. Hi Gary, Thanks for the note, and the background. I will pass that on to him. Clint unfortunately died last Spring in B.C. of lung cancer. GH
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