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Paul Trejo

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  • Birthday 06/06/1952

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    Hegelian Philosophy, World Theology, World Music, JFK Research into Ex-General Walker

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  1. Mark, I was very busy at work yesterday, and had no time to login to the Forum to see your posts. That's the only reason I didn't make those corrections yesterday. This morning I awoke to a special message from James Gordon explaining your many complaints yesterday. That's how I found out. Anyway, I made those corrections just now. I'm trusting that this will be satisfactory. It was just a mistake, Mark. I meant nothing personal by it. Sincerely, --Paul Trejo
  2. Mark, I apologize for conflating your name with that of Michael Clark. You're right -- it was Michael Clark who posted those four CIA-did-it videos about the RFK assassination. I mistakenly assumed that you were still pressing for an RFK detour. Again, sorry for the confusion. I have changed my previous post to reflect the facts. Sincerely, --Paul Trejo
  3. Mark, I did not intend to insult you. Sorry for the confusion. I raised the issue of RFK strictly within the context of a Letter by General Walker on the week after the RFK Assassination. General Walker spoke about the assassinations of JFK and RFK, and said that if Oswald had not been freed on April 10, 1963, that both JFK and RFK would still be alive. That was the context. I was not attempting to change the topic to the details of the RFK Assassination -- nor trying to insult you. I apologize for any confusion. Sincerely, --Paul Trejo
  4. Dallas Mayor Earle Cabell has had no place on this thread so far simply because Earle Cabell gave the WC so little information. Jim Garrison considered Earle Cabell interesting mainly because his brother, Charles Cabell was a ranking officer of the CIA. In Garrison's late CIA-did-it CT, he naturally named the Cabell brothers, because JFK had fired Charles Cabell after the Bay of Pigs screw-up. IMHO, Charles Cabell bore a great deal of the blame for the Bay of Pigs, so JFK dealt correctly. In any case, I would be astonished if Dallas Mayor Earle Cabell wasn't an informant for the CIA, mainly because he was Mayor of Dallas, and only secondarily because his brother had a high post in the CIA. A Dallas Mayor (like many big City Mayors) has access to lots of Big Business and International secrets. In any case, like Jason Ward, I am moved to ask -- that and what else? When I watch the video of JFK and Jackie getting off the airplane at Love Field, and watching how obsequious Earle Cabell behaves while shaking JFK's hand, I also suspect that Earle Cabell knew very well what Walker, Surrey, Decker, Fritz, Hosty, Sorrells, Curry, Westbrook and Holmes had planned. However, my suspicion does not amount to material evidence. Regards, --Paul Trejo
  5. Paul Trejo

    The Warren Commission And Their Ego

    Evan, It's interesting that you've read the 26 volumes of the Warren Commission -- not many people have done that. I've also done that in the past quarter century, and here's my take on it: 1. All of Lee Harvey Oswald's family told the truth in their WC testimony. This includes Marina Oswald. 2. All of the Russian Emigre's told the truth in their WC testimony. At the worst, George De Mohrenschildt held back on matters he knew but nobody asked him about those. 3. All of the childhood character witnesses of Lee Harvey Oswald told the truth. 4. All the Marines from El Toro base told the truth about LHO. 5. Silvia Odio told the truth. 6. All of the authorities from Washington DC told the truth -- with the exception of J. Edgar Hoover -- who knew very well that Lee Harvey Oswald was never the Lone Gunman -- but for reasons of National Security, held the truth back (with the full knowledge of Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren). 7. All of the medical witnesses in the WC volumes knew the truth -- but were forbidden to tell that truth by the FBI and the Supreme Court. They danced around it. 8. The most vile lies in the WC begin with the Dallas Officials. The Dallas Police. The Dallas Sheriff. The Dallas Deputies. The Dallas Mayor. The Dallas Postal Inspector. The Dallas FBI. The Dallas Secret Service. There are more lies in their WC testimony than anybody has counted in the past half-century. 9. The lies in the WC continue with the Radical Right in Dallas. General Walker. Robert Allen Surrey. Bernie Weissman. Warren Reynolds. Robert Krause and Revilo P. Oliver. The liars in the WC volumes form the core of the JFK Assassination, in my reading. Best regards, --Paul
  6. Paul Trejo

    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    David, I don't know about Paul Brancato, but I, for one, opine that Captain Fritz lied through his teeth about NEARLY EVERYTHING he claimed Lee Harvey Oswald ever said. NEARLY EVERYTHING. This goes for EVERYBODY who was in Captain Fritz's office during the final hours of the life of Lee Harvey Oswald (including James Hosty, James Bookhout and Harry Holmes).. All their reports agree, because they all took several weeks coordinating their public reports. It's bizarre that anybody would accept everything that the Dallas Police testified. Jason Ward has done some superior work analyzing the WC testimony of Captain William Westbrook and DPD Officer Gerry Hill -- and many more Dallas Police and Deputies whose WC testimony stinks to high heaven. Following these Radical Right Police in Dallas, one will eventually solve the JFK Assassination after more than 50 years. That said -- since I accept every word that Marina Oswald said while under oath -- I take it as a fact that LHO (1) had a pistol; and (2) outdrew JD Tippit in a fair fight. Otherwise, JD Tippit was ready to shoot LHO in the streets of Oak Cliff. I have no doubt of this. If anything -- Roscoe White was a second shooter at Tippit. Evidently, the pressure of the events of 11/22/1963 overwhelmed JD Tippit -- who had drawn his own pistol for some reason -- but most likely to kill Lee Harvey Oswald on the spot. All best, --Paul
  7. Paul B., Just in case you weren't paying attention -- that four-part video series that Michael Clark posted on this Walker-LHO-Dallas thread is boldly marked: "CIA Agents Killed RFK." Didn't you notice that? Too busy insulting? Sincerely, --Paul Trejo
  8. Mark, RFK deserves his own thread -- wouldn't you say? After all -- TONIGHT IS THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE RFK ASSASSINATION. Sincerely, --Paul Trejo
  9. Says me and the US Government and Sirhan Sirhan himself. The CIA-did-it CTers look sillier every year. Sincerely, --Paul Trejo
  10. IN MEMORY OF ROBERT F. KENNEDY (1925-1968) A half-century ago, shortly after midnight on June 5, 1968, RFK was shot in Southern California by a local Christian from Jordan, Sirhan Sirhan. RFK died early the next morning. One week later, General Walker sent his "Friends of Walker" society the four-page newsletter that I attach at the bottom of this post. Here is how this newsletter begins: I am neither shocked nor surprised. A Kennedy President was purged by political assassination. A Kennedy Senator and candidate for President was purged by political assassination. The message is clear. The liquidation of Kennedy family power was ordained by international intrigue. Here is how this newsletter ends: If authority, in the hands of the Attorney General and the Justice Department, had not seen fit to free Oswald and his associates in the attempted assassination of Edwin A. Walker -- there is no reason to doubt that President John F. Kennedy and Senator Robert F. Kennedy would be alive today. http://www.pet880.com/images/19680612_No_Tears_for_RFK.pdf IN MEMORY OF ROBERT F. KENNEDY (1925-1968) All best, --Paul Trejo
  11. Paul Trejo

    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    I agree that Gerry Spence was unprepared.to defend Lee Harvey Oswald in London against Vincent Bugliosi. IMHO, Bugliosi arranged to sell his forthcoming book by convincing the London Trial Broadcast producers to avoid hiring Mark Lane at all costs. Even though the great Mark Lane never fully solved the JFK case, he would have mopped the floor with Vincent Bugliosi. Simply by excluding Mark Lane, the London Trial Broadcast producers demonstrated their bias. They deliberately chose a beginner in the legal defense Lee Harvey Oswald, instead of the world leader in his defense...who was available! Regards, --Paul Trejo
  12. Hi Jason, I don't think I'm missing a link -- I think I'm missing final proof -- the smoking gun. I think we have enough proof that the Dallas cops and deputies were political motivated toward the Radical Right. They despised Washington DC folks as the "Eastern Establishment." They didn't like these Yankee snobs treating Texas natives like hillbillies and rednecks. It comes down to this -- who has the Power based on the Property. Texas in 1963 had more oil wealth than all the banks in New York city -- according to some. So, the next US President should have been a Texan -- and the days of Eastern millionaire Presidents were ancient history. I think we can see the Radical Right ideology -- the South versus Washington DC -- as a running theme in the WC testimony of the Dallas cops and deputies. The only question, as you say, is about their Leader. Was it Sheriff Bill Decker? Was it Chief Jesse Curry? Was it Captain Will Fritz? Was it Captain Westbrook? Perhaps. Yet I see far more plausibility in the leadership of General Edwin Walker -- the de facto leader of the Radical Right in Dallas. None of these other men were similarly extolled in Newsweek, for example: All best, --Paul
  13. Paul Trejo

    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    Paul B., In my opinion, the reason that that JFK's head first pushed forward before snapping backward was due to this: 1. A shot from behind pushed the head forward, and then, a split second later, 2. A shot from in front pushed the head backward. This explains many factors in the JFK cover-up by the FBI and the LBJ Administration, for example, why the JFK autopsy report was mangled; and why the JFK brain went "missing" and why the JFK autopsy photos are self-contradictory. The truth will show (IMHO) that there were at least TWO bullets in JFK"s brain --from Frangible bullets that would not exit the head, but explode in the skull... Regards, --Paul Trejo
  14. Jason, I will continue to wait patiently for your analysis of the WC testimony of Ex-General Edwin Walker (aka. General Walker), I know it's a ton of work. Please, take your time. In your analysis of General Walker, you might be interested in my 2012 thesis for H.W. Brands about General Walker. I cite Chris Cravens as one of my sources, but most importantly I cite the Briscoe Center for the Study of American History, and their collection of 90 boxes of the personal papers of General Walker. Anyway, here is how all Forum readers can access my thesis (in three parts) totally free for the next four days: A Brief History of Ex-General Edwin Walker -- Part One https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/501625 Promotional price: $0.00 Coupon Code: RG63Z Expires: June 4, 2018 A Brief History of Ex-General Edwin Walker -- Part Two https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/501629 Promotional price: $0.00 Coupon Code: HQ39Z Expires: June 4, 2018 A Brief History of Ex-General Edwin Walker -- Part Three https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/501646 Promotional price: $0.00 Coupon Code: CV94J Expires: June 4, 2018 You go to the URL, you navigate to "buy" the book, but instead of entering credit card info, you enter the Coupon Code in the box provided. Then you can download the essay freely. 'All best, --Paul
  15. Harry, Thanks for offering an excerpt from your personal manuscript/book, Crossroads (1990). You outline here the very definite clash in 1961-1963 between the John Birch Society and US President JFK. As Roger De Laria noted above, the 1993 masters thesis by Chris Cravens is another great source on this period. Cravens positively confirms your perceptions of the politics of 1961-1963. The advantage that you have over Cravens is that you were actually there. You were not only active politically in 1961-1963, first with the FPCC in Chicago, and then with the John Birch Society in Southern California, but you also met Loran Hall, Larry Howard and General Walker personally in Southern California. You saw first hand how JFK and the John Birch Society would clash head-on in the political arena. For example, on 4/27/1961 JFK gave a speech in which he slammed the Radical Right in the USA -- famously remarking that "they even protest the fluoride in our water." Also, when JFK gave a speech at the Hollywood Palladium on November 18, 1961, General Walker led a large group of protesters from a John Birch Society (JBS) meeting at the Hollywood High School gym to the Palladium, to picket JFK's presence in Southern California. Your quotations from Robert Welch (founder of the JBS) above clarify the intense hostility of the JBS towards JFK, at a level that could be called "paranoia," except that a Cold War was raging in the USA. Robert Welch thought of himself as a "Boston Tea Party" political figure, and his "hang separately" quip was borrowed from Ben Franklin, who wrote to his fellow Revolutionaries in 1776, "We must, indeed, all hang together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately." The JBS knew that they were guilty of undermining the USA -- and some of them feared actual reprisals from the FBI. But they really did nothing wrong -- until some rogues and extremists from among their number assassinated JFK in Dallas. There's my opinion. Finally, Harry, I will conclude with a note to Forum readers that you are the only source of your manuscript/book, Crosstrails (1990), and that interested readers can Message you privately on this Forum. All best, --Paul