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  1. The Stamp on the Military ID card

    Hello Jim, It would appear to be true based on information regarding the photo in the WCR. I cannot find any information about the photo regarding when and where it was taken though and knowing that would be beneficial in establishing the true age and lineage of the photo. There are enough similarities between the blemishes on the photos and the subjects to believe the same photo was used for each one though. Commission Exhibits 2891/2892: http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/wc/wcvols/wh26/pdf/WH26_CE_2892.pdf Military ID's from page one: http://harveyandlee.net/JH PIX/LHO 2 ID cards.jpg http://harveyandlee.net/JH PIX/LHO ID card.jpg Hidell Selective Service Card: http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/wc/wcvols/wh19/html/WH_Vol19_0153b.htm Something interesting I saw, and forgive me if it has been mentioned before but in the lower right corner of both the WCR photo and the ID photo there is a rounded blemish. On the Military ID photo the blemish is both partially obscured and "explained" by the stamp in the same position. On the WCR photo though there is no real explanation for the blemish, but it does further solidify that they are the same photo. The blemish is also visible on the Selective Service Card but how visible it is depends on the version of the card photo you view. This version of the Oswald photo is cropped just below the head and just a small sliver of the top of the blemish is visible.
  2. I had another reply, but I tried to erase a sentence, hit backspace, and it went back a page and I lost it all. Good times. I do not believe this is with John F. Kennedy Jr. It seems like this is an interview with Tony Brown. The main point which clearly indicates this fact is this question: "WRITE THE FIRST NEWS HEADLINE ABOUT YOUR ADMINISTRATION." "President Tony Brown Overthrows the Ruling-Class Conspiracy." I'm not sure why the Editor's note states "interview with John F. Kennedy Jr." It's possible he conducted the interview, but he is not the subject.
  3. Mark Iocc

    I'm 32 and currently working towards completing my degree program in business systems analysis. I have been fascinated with JFK from a young age and as a boy had the opportunity to interview Nick McDonald regarding his life and Lee Harvey Oswald's arrest. I have followed the forum for some time and have learned a great bit from the information posted here as well as from the dedicated researchers who have been active here. I look forward to being a part of the community and hope that I can not only learn more about all the topics involved, but contribute to them as well.