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  1. Harvey Lee Oswald

    Final Report of the Assassinations Records Review Board September 30, 1998 Chapter 6 Part 1: The Quest for Additional Information and Records in Federal Government Offices p. 83 https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=3611&relPageId=106&search=%22Harvey_Lee%20Oswald%22 “The Review Board also sought to determine whether the FBI maintained a file in Mexico City on a “Harvey Lee Oswald” under the file number 105-2137.... Some of the documents in the (Mexico Ciity Legal Attache) Legat's file contain notations for routing records to a file numbered 105-2137, and were captioned “Harvey Lee Oswald”, but it did not find such a file.” Peter Dale Scott before the ARRB: October 11, 1994. https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=145535&search=105-2137#relPageId=36&tab=page p. 36. “I want to suggest to you that the FBI may have been tracking all of this in a file which I am quite sure has never been seen by the Warren Commission, never been seen by the House Committee, and never certainly by me or by the Archives today. I have found a reference to it in a cover sheet which I am going to leave with you. It is Mexico City File 105-2137, which is then struck out and replaced with a different file number with a different name, Lee Harvey Oswald. I hope you will pursue that original file. I predict that it will lead to some third agency which has been protected in here...” Steve Thomas
  2. Harvey Lee Oswald

    Can anyone explain this? A letter from Anatoly Dobrynin to the U.S. State Department concerning Harvey Lee Oswald's request for Soviet citizenship is dated December 11, 1963. It says that Harvey Lee Oswald's request for USSR Citizenship was denied. It doesn't say when he applied for that citizenship, but the character reference memo from the Minsk Radio factory is dated December 11, 1961 and refers to “Citizen” Harvey Lee Oswald. https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=1135&relPageId=447&search=%22Harvey_Lee%20Oswald%22 On page 430 of CE 985, there is a Certificate dated January 1, 1960 that “Comrade”, Lee Harvey Oswald was employed as an assembler at the Minsk Radio Plant. On page 433 of that CE Exhibit, it says that “Citizen” Harvey Lee Oswald was hired as a regulator at the Minsk Radio Plant on January 13, 1960. https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=1135&relPageId=447&search=%22Harvey_Lee%20Oswald%22 So, “Comrade” Lee Harvey Oswald went from being employed as an assembler in the Minsk Plant on January 1, 1960 to being “Citizen” Harvey Lee Oswald hired as a “regulator in the experimental shop of the plant” on January 13th The character reference provided on page 433 says that his work as a regulator was unsatisfactory. I'm flummoxed. Steve Thomas
  3. The Dual Life of Albert Osborne

    Jim, I don't know what period of time John Newman talks about in his book, but there is a two week period between October 19 and November 2nd, 1962 when Oswald went "missing". Nobody knew where he was living. Not his friends, not his wife, not his co-workers, nor any government agency (that we're aware of). This was at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis, when Oswald was working at Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall. Steve Thomas
  4. The Dual Life of Albert Osborne

    David, I don't know that I would attach too much importance to Stringfellow listed as an FBI informant. Sheriff Decker is also listed two lines down. I would like to keep Stringfellow's informant ID# in the back of my mind though - T-23. I'd like to see if that pops up anywhere else along the way. (Although this may just be a one-time assignment of number for this particular report by Barrett). As for the 112th, see this 112th Region II (Dallas) Spot Report by the 112th on the afternoon of November 22nd: 112th IINTELLIGENCE CORPS GROUP SPOT REPORT (REGION II) http://jfk.hood.edu/Collection/Weisberg%20Subject%20Index%20Files/A%20Disk/Army%20Intelligence%20112th%20INTC%20San%20Antonio/Item%2007.pdf A lot of bad information in those Spot Reports. Is Stringfellow getting a lot of things wrong? Is the person reporting what Stringfellow is saying getting it wrong? Is Stringfellow deliberately lying? See: Army Surveillance of Civilians https://bkofsecrets.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/armyciviliansurveillance.pdf Stringfellow and Biggio were working the police radio at the Fairgrounds on 11/22/63 (This is a separate and somewhat murky channel of communication going on. Peter Dale Scott spent some time looking at the communications setup at the Fairgrounds in his Continuity of Government analysis) “Army Apparently didn't tell Commission of Oswald's Alias” Dallas Morning News March 19, 1978 in the Weisberg Collection http://jfk.hood.edu/Collection/Weisberg%20Subject%20Index%20Files/F%20Disk/FBI/FBI%20Records%20Release%2012-7-77%20News%20Accounts/Item%20069.pdf Steve Thomas
  5. The Dual Life of Albert Osborne

    Mark, If you go here: https://www.archives.gov/research/jfk/2017-release Look for entries in the FROM column which are given as OT or LEG, OT (these are from Ottowa). As an example, look at item# 138 on p. 3. Steve Thomas
  6. Oswald mock trial drop box of CLE course materials

    I don't know why, maybe it's just the mood I'm in; but I got a kick out of the DPD General Order# 64-A on page 96. Military Personnel who are arrested. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/dzmwxzlrv49pvcc/AADl1jyly_4iEBhFrm_-AS9ka?dl=0&preview=DPD++General+Orders.pdf Don't arrested for being drunk, unless you are just passing through. Then it's okay. Steve Thomas
  7. JFK Asassinatioin Symposium Proceedings

    SO, WHO WAS THE MOLE? &^%$#*& Steve Thomas
  8. Strategy of tension

    Lately, I have been reading about the "strategy of tension" as it might apply to the JFK assassination. Jeez. Recognize this? https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Strategy_of_tension "Recognizable patterns include, but are not limited to: An official narrative is quickly agreed upon and blames either "Lone nuts" or the enemy du jour "Lone nuts" that die shortly after the event and/or have no chance to explain their side of the story The number of reported perpetrators, decreases as the official narrative unfolds Evidence which is quickly destroyed and/or made inaccessible to public or to journalists because of "national security" Obviously pre-fabricated statements: responses are made which are far too quick - exploiting the targets' moment of psychological shock Politicians and commercially-controlled media: blaming designated culprit before any investigation, hate speech, revenge, threating war or sanctions, fostering police state legislation Name changes or misspelling of suspected lone nuts and/or intelligence links emerge Imagery of low quality emerges, with mismatching details in different versions or viewing angels, time stamps and origin obscured Presented evidence and history of Lone nuts contains bold archetypes, letters, testaments, even passports Eye witness accounts are incompatible with press reports Lost and Found ID leads a direct trail to allow the official narrative's perpetrators to be identified" Any ideas apart from this are termed "conspiracy theories" and dismissed by the establishment Steve Thomas
  9. Harvey Lee Oswald

    David, I agree. Jean-Rene Souetre's father's name was Rene Jean. Steve Thomas
  10. Witten's report on Oswald in Mexico just released

    Paul, I think of far more important strategic importance, was the attempted theft of secrets concerned with the American nuclear program. Steve Thomas.
  11. Harvey Lee Oswald

    David, I know it sounds crazy, but yes, I actually do. I think the Harvey Lee Oswald persona was created long before we knew it to be, but by who or why or how, I don't know. Look on page 435 of that application https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=1135&search="Harvey_Lee+Oswald"#relPageId=449&tab=page It says: Father's Middle Name: and it's typed in: Harvey - It's typed in Father's [Middle] Name and the word Middle is enclosed in handwritten brackets. Since we know that Oswald's father didn't have a Harvey in it, it makes me wonder what that whole line is all about. It also lists his occupation as a Regulator, but on pp. 437 and 438, he gives his occupation as an Assembler. I think the two identities are being mixed together. Steve Thomas
  12. Harvey Lee Oswald

    David, I don't think so myself. There's something else going on that I don't understand. In his request for a visa to leave the USSR, Lee Harvey Oswald wrote that he was born in New Orleans, Texas, and that while in the USSR, he was employed as an assembler. He makes no mention of being a regulator in the experimental shop of the plant. https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=1135&search="Harvey_Lee+Oswald"#relPageId=451&tab=page pp. 437-439. Very weird. Steve Thomas
  13. Helms' Lies and Obstruction of Justice

    Mike, I see Oswald as an agent provocateur working on behalf of someone else: an effort to infiltrate the DRE and then pick a public street fight in an effort to discredit them in August. The first thing he does is ask to see an FBI agent. visit to Sylvia Odio of Jure in September (I personally believe she was involved in trying to smuggle guns into Cuba). Oswald's role as a possible informant in the Lawrence Miller/Darnell Whitter case. visits to the house on Harlendale "in the last several months" where Alpha 66 is holding bi-weekly meetings. I think I see a pattern here. Steve Thomas
  14. Souetre picture 632-796

    Jason, The study of French politics in general, and the OAS in particular is... confusing. They seemed to change their governments so frequently it's hard to keep up. you said, “The OAS was, of course, the French Radical Right”. That's true, to a certain extent; but I've found that the OAS consisted of many things. You had the proto-fascists, yes, but it also had French loyalists,, disaffected SDECE and SAC agents, double agents, royalists, former members of the French Foreign Legion, outright criminals...the list goes on. I once read that the hardest job in the world was a drill instructor in the French Foreign Legion. You had a polyglot of languages mixed up with misfits, people who were on the lamb who had changed their name, men to were given the choice of joining the Foreign Legion or going to jail. Discipline consisted of taking you out behind the barracks and letting four of the biggest, baddest Legionnaires beat the tar out of you. So, it's complex. More than anything else, I would say that the OAS were anti-DeGaulle. I think there are two ingredients that help understand Souetre's character.: One was the Integraliste movement; and the other was Article 16 of the French Constitution. 1) Integralism There was a throwaway line in something Jean-Claude Perez told Fensterwald in 1982. He said that, “post 1962, Souetre was part of an ultra-right, ultra-Catholic splinter group which included four men named Pichon, Lefevre, Bourget, and Grossouvre. Group called Integraliste http://jfk.hood.edu/Collection/Weisberg%20Subject%20Index%20Files/S%20Disk/Souetre%20Jean%20with%20aka%27s/Item%2011.pdf p. 4. (Albert Lefevre, by the way, was the one man I could find that both stood trial with Souetre in December, 1961 and who escaped with him from the Camp at St. Maurice L'Ardoise in February, 1962.) From Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integralism Integralism is an ideology according to which a nation is an organic unity. Integralism defends social differentiation and hierarchy with co-operation between social classes, transcending conflict between social and economic groups. It advocates trade unionism (or a guild system), corporatism, and organic political representation instead of ideological forms of representation. Integralism claims that the best political institutions for given nations will differ depending on the history, culture and climate of the nation's habitat. Often associated with blood and soil conservatism, it posits the nation or the state or the nation state as an end and a moral good, rather than a means.[1] The term integralism was coined by the French journalist Charles Maurras, whose conception of nationalism was illiberal and anti-internationalist, elevating the interest of the state above that of the individual and above humanity in general.[1] Although it is marked by its being exclusionary and particularistic, and there has been consideration of its historic role as a sort of proto-fascism (in a European context)[1] or para-fascism (in a South American context),[2] this link remains controversial, with some social scientists positing that it combines elements of both the political left and right.[3] Catholic Integralism does not support the creation of an autonomous "Catholic" state church, or Erastianism (Gallicanism in French context). Rather it supports subordinating the state to the worldwide Catholicism under the leadership of the Pope. Thus it rejects separation of the Catholic Church from the state and favours Catholicism as the proclaimed religion of the state.[5] Catholic Integralism appeals to the teaching on the subordination of temporal to spiritual power of medieval popes such as Pope Gregory VII and Pope Boniface VIII. But Catholic Integralism in the strict sense came about as a reaction against the political and cultural changes which followed the Enlightenment and the French Revolution.[6 (Where have we heard “Blood and Soil” recently?) For “trade unionism” See Fensterwald's “Possible French Connection” http://jfk.hood.edu/Collection/Weisberg%20Subject%20Index%20Files/S%20Disk/Souetre%20et%20al,%20Published/Item%2002.pdf “In the period, 1964-1966. Souetre headed the Societe Expinmaq in Madrid; it was a “soueti de traveaux publics,” furnishing works and cover for OAS veterans and exiles, such as Varga, Marton and Sari.”19 (essentially a trade union and you can see why Souetre was beloved by former OAS veterans. He got them jobs). When men deserted from the French Army as Souetre did and joined the OAS, they were destitute. They had no money for food or shelter and many turned to extra-legal means to get it. Two popular methods were extortion, and running drugs. 2) DeGauule's invocation of Article 16 of the French Constitution. When DeGaulle swept into power in 1958 and overthrew the Fourth Republic, France also got a new constitution. Under certain conditions, Article 16 allowed the President to invoke a national emergency and allocating all powers including judicial to the President. Due process was suspended. After the General's Putsch in April of 1961, DeGaulle invoked Article 16. When Souetre was tried in December of 1961, he was given a three-year suspended sentence, but was immediately placed in Administrative detention for an indefinite period, and confined to a prison camp in southern France. I've seen pictures of the camp. It was bleak to say the least. He led an 18-man prison break out of the camp in February, 1962. 10 men were immdediately re-captured, but 8 managed to escape. Souetre fled to Spain. I believe that this extra-judicial move left him embittered. You can see it reflected in pictures of him pre-1962 and post-1962. In earlier pictures, he is smiling and happy. After his imprisonment, he is dour and morose. David Andrews said, “Yet De Gaulle speculated that Allen Dulles and CIA supported the OAS assassination plotting. To David I would say, “more than Helms, take a look at a man Irving Brown. “This is from the Fensterwald memo: See p. 30 of this Gary Shaw FOIA litigation for a man named “Brown” who was the CIA Station Chief in Paris. Russ Holmes Work File https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=6060&search=Torjmann#relPageId=30&tab=page http://www.xiconhoca.org/PDF/DDeRoux/Apossiblefrenchconnection.pdf Just Chillin on History Wednesday, November 19, 2014 PART 1 OF 3: THE GREAT HEROIN COUP-DRUGS,INTELLIGENCE @INTERNATIONAL FASCISM “There is the example of George White, an FBN official and former OSS agent who testified to the Kefauver Committee that he had been approached on behalf of Luciano in 1943 by an old China trafficker, August del Grazio.[59] White worked closely with the CIA in the postwar years and (under FBN cover) ran one of their LSD experiments in Project MK/ULTRA. By the time of White's visit to Marseilles, the CIA and AFL organizer Irving Brown were already subsidizing the use of Corsican and Italian gangsters to oust Communist unions from the Marseilles port. Brown's CIA case officer, Paul Sakwa, has confirmed that by the time CIA subsidies were terminated in 1953, Brown's chief contact with the Marseilles underworld, Pierre Ferri Pisani, no longer needed U.S. support, because of the profits his newly gained control of the port supplied from the heroin traffic.” http://alchetron.com/Irving-Brown-775007-W “Established in France, he (Irving Brown) headed the international relations of the AFL-CIO from his offices at 10, rue de la Paix in Paris. From 1951 to 1954, the CIA division headed by Thomas Braden provided $1 million a year to Brown and Lovestone ($1,600,000 in 1954). In 1952 he was in Helsinki, supporting the unionists who had decided to vote to quit the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU), then mainly composed of Communist unions. During the Algerian War, he subsidized the Algerian National Movement (MNA), founded by Messali Hadj to oppose the National Liberation Front (FLN).” I don't know if this is the same “Brown who was the Station Chief in Paris” I don't know who the Station Chief in Paris was., but you've got this mix of trade unionists, the stay behind network, and heroin smuggling going on. Steve Thomas
  15. Souetre picture 632-796

    A lot of people are familiar with the CIA cable 632-796 which talks about Jean-Rene Souetre aka Victor Michael Mertz being expelled from the United States shortly after JFK's assassination. At the end of that cable, it says that Mr. Papich was given a copy of a few other CIA cables that had previously been furnished to the Bureau, along with a photograph of Souetre. This, I believe, is the photo they provided. If anyone recognizes this person in any photos they have that were taken on the 22nd, I'd be interested. PS: That the CIA had a photo of Souetre is no big thing. The French asked both the West German and Italian authorities if they had any info on Souetre's whereabouts back in 1962 and provided them with photos as well. Steve Thomas
  16. Strategy of tension

    Michael, Thank you. That was very inspiring. Long Live the Zone! Steve Thomas
  17. Eugene Dinkin: The Saga of an Unsung Hero

    Larry, No, I can't. Like you, I would like to see his military service record, or a copy of his discharge papers, or something. Not to mention the OAS angle. I'd like to see a copy of something that he supposedly intercepted. Dinkin gave the names of several people to whom he told his story before he went AWOL. I would like to see first person accounts from those people of what he allegedly told them. Steve Thomas
  18. Eugene Dinkin: The Saga of an Unsung Hero

    Tom, Here's a copy of the relevant pages from that New Orleans research conference. If they don't show up here as attached file, I'll try to copy and paste them. Dinkin Garrrison Papers New Orleans Conference 9 21 1968 Pages 73 to 75.pdf Steve Thomas
  19. Souetre picture 632-796

    Jason, In your first paragraph - I'm pretty sure that comes from Fensterwald's, "Possible French Connection"... The _________ Buscia mentioned would probably be Gilles Buscia, author of Au nom de l'OAS: Requiem pour une cause perdue by Gilles Buscia) Alain Lefeuvre, 1981. (In the name of the OAS: Requiem for a Lost Cause) This is supposedly his "memoirs". I sure would like to read that someday. He was the head of the OAS in Corsica. He was implicated in the attack on Charles DeGaulle at Petit-Clamart along with Laslo Varga and Lajos Marton. He was also implicated in an attack on George Pompidou. General Claude Clement, who "assisted" at Souetre's wedding was a hoot. He was a 70 year old hippie who authored a book entitled, Make Love and Not War Anymore. "I too want to put flowers in the barrels of guns, to drop petals on those who drop bombs". He organized a music festival in Aix-en-Provence in July of 1970 that was headlined by Pink Floyd. The festival was canceled by the city authorities as a fire hazard and a threat to public safety. He was drummed out of the army for his participation in Souetre's wedding at the prison camp. Steve Thomas
  20. Witten's report on Oswald in Mexico just released

    David, Thanks for this. One thing I would question in Whitten's summary is his analysis of why Oswald didn't know his address. (That's about 4/5ths of the way down in the pdf). Assuming it was Oswald down there in Mexico, when LHO came back, he checked into the YMCA on October 3rd. He didn't have an address. Supposedly, he was at Bledsoe's house from the 7th to the 14th. Steve Thomas
  21. The Diary of Lee Harvey Oswald

    Joe, I wondered if Marina was shown a copy of this "diary" and asked if that's the way he usually talked. Steve Thomas
  22. Souetre picture 632-796

    Paul, I am just going on memory here, but I seem to remember that there was a John Birch Society meeting the same night that Adlai Stevenson spoke; that was sparsely attended because so many people had been whipped up into a frenzy about going and protesting Stevenson that night. Walker (and others) had got them all worked up the night before about Stevenson coming to town. The details are buried somewhere in my notes. Steve Thomas
  23. Souetre picture 632-796

    Paul, With respect to the line in your re-post about Walker's military people from Germany, I'm assuming the author meant Larry Schmidt. One interesting thing, Warren Commission Document #320 is a memo from SS Agent Rowley. On page 162 of that Report there is a newspaper article from October 27, 1963 issue of the Dallas Times Herald concerning the (Adlai) Stevenson incident. In the article, Bobbie Joiner, (who got arrested in front of the Trade Mart on November 22nd), said there was no preplanning for Stevenson incident, but that, “some of the signs used were stored at former Major General Edwin A. Walker’s headquarters on Turtle Creek Blvd.” http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/...p;relPageId=162 This was the same incident that Larry Schmidt took credit for in one of his letters to Bernard Weissman. Schmidt was also quoted in the same October 27th issue. On page 6 of Wallace Heitman’s April 29 Report, right in the middle of a discussion about the Cubans in Garland, he says that his source said that (blank) and (blank) (Raphael Quintana and Raoul Castro?) of Alpha 66 had told him that they had attended the meeting at the Dallas Municipal Auditorium in October, 1963 where Adlai Stevenson had given a speech and that they had worn placards outside the Auditorium which were anti-Stevenson in context. http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/...p;relPageId=215 I'm not sure what this proves, other than these people were at the same place at the same time. Did they know each other? I don't know. From the WC testimony of Michael Paine: http://jfkassassination.net/russ/testimony/paine_m1.htm Mr. LIEBELER - Are you a member of the American Civil Liberties Union? Mr. PAINE - Yes. Mr. LIEBELER - Are you a member or have you ever attended any meetings of the John Birch Society? Mr. PAINE - I am not a member. I have been to one or, I guess chiefly one meeting of theirs. Mr. LIEBELER - Where was that? Mr. PAINE - That was in Dallas? Mr. LIEBELER - When? Mr. PAINE - That was the night Stevenson spoke in Dallas. The CHAIRMAN - When? Mr. PAINE - The night Stevenson spoke in Dallas, U.N. Day. Mr. PAINE - I had been seeking to go to a Birch meeting for some time, and then I was invited on this night so I went. It was an introductory meeting. Mr. DULLES - On the 9th of November? Mr. PAINE - It was November something, I don't know what, a Wednesday or Thursday night. Mr. LIEBELER - For the record I think the record should indicate that Mr. Stevenson was in Dallas on or about October 24, 1963. Mr. PAINE - When I went to the ACLU meeting he (Oswald) then got up, stood up and reported what had happened at the meeting of the far right which had occurred at convention hall the day before, U.N. Day, they called it U.S. Day, and I think Walker had spoken then. From this I gathered that he was doing more or less the same thing-- I thought he was, I didn't inquire how he spent his free time but I supposed he was going around to right wing groups being familiarizing himself for whatever his purposes were as I was... this was the only concrete evidence I had of how he spent, might have spent some of his time. It happened in the ACLU meeting in late October. I suppose he was familiar with the right-wing groups and activities, and movements. And certainly familiar with Walker; yes. So Oswald was at the anti-Stevenson rally at the same time as Larry Schmidt, Bobby Joiner, members of the John Birch Society and members of SNFE/Alpha 66? Steve Thomas
  24. Souetre picture 632-796

    David, I thought that's who Paz had in mind. https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=it&u=http://www.strano.net/stragi/stragi/nomi/pieche.htm&prev=search Pieche Giuseppe He directs the contradictory section of the SIM (Military Information Service) from 1932 to 1936. In 1937 he co-ordinated military aid to Francisco Franco. In 1942, Mussolini entrusted him with the task of controlling the regime's spying apparatus, as they were proliferated and that every jewish had his own private secret service. During the war, he was also sent to Yugoslavia to lead the Italian military mission to the Uustasche leader, Ante Pavelic. In a short time it constitutes a political police at the service of Pavelic and assumes command. After July 25, 1943, he was a prefect of Foggia for a short time. On 19/11/1943 he was appointed by Badoglio, Commander-in-Chief of the Carabinieri Warship, which he will hold until July '44. In the post-war period, a puncture process will be opened up to him, immediately defiled. With the first government, De Gasperi is entrusted with the post of Director of the Interior Ministry's Fire Department, but it is only a cover that actually assumes the guidance of a private office carrying out information and political provocation. He then maintains the rank of General of the Carabinieri and in this role, in 1948, coordinates the partisans' refueling of the police and the insertion of fascists. Pieche also favored the emergence of neo-fascist groups, infiltrating his informers in left-wing groups. He also rebuilt the central political caste and began gathering information on prominent personalities in political, trade union, business and intellectual fields, on Scelba's behalf. On the eve of the 1948 elections, it favored the establishment of the MACRI (Anti-Communist Movement for the Italian Reconstruction), a Catholic Assistance and Charitable Foundation that served as a cover for fascist terrorist activities. It also formed the Antibolshevik Front, an armed clandestine group, funded by the US and the Intelligence Service, whose members had false cards of the PCI and the PSI. If the leftists had won the elections, the FA members would have had to commit attacks against DC and other parties, allowing them to arrest to blame the leftists. Near the FA is the AIL (Italian Armed Forces Liberation Army) consisting of Fascist and Monarchic mercenaries who carry out arms trafficking from Bolzano to the South through Trento and Rome; only the suicide of an ex-republic officer puts an end to the traffic and stops (only for a short time) the AIL members. He has been appointed a great commander of the Masonic lodge of Piazza del Gesù. In the Freemasonry he knows and has a very good relationship with Elvio Sciubba, who acts as a union trait between the loggia of Piazza del Gesù, the P2, the American Masonic lodges in Rome, Grand Master Lino Salvini and US secret services. Steve Thomas
  25. Souetre picture 632-796

    Mathias, You wrote. "It says that Walker got to know Souètre through Permindex, however it doesn't go into detail how exactly." Footnote# 10 cited in that article comes from, Coup d’État à Brazzaville, by Jacques Depret, 1976, but the author doesn't cite the exact page where Depret says, or implies this. I'd have to read what Depret wrote. I know that I have read rumors of Souetre being in New Orleans, and in Miami in April of 1963, and receiving $200,000 for the OAS, but all I have ever read are second and third hand accounts that make that claim. I believe that CMC and Permindex were involved in Aginter Presse, and in that context, Garrison was right to finger them. The Italian Gladio network, and Aginter Presse in Portugal, and their financial backers are a tangled web. As for Suite 8F, John Simkin wrote a lot about them in the past. I think he even put up a page on it on the Spartacus page. I'm afraid that I don't know too much about Schlumberger, but, I think you are right about its origin and DeMohrenschildt's connection. I believe that Kennedy supported the idea that smaller countries should be allowed to control their own natural resources, and that was one of the reasons that he was killed. The oil conglomerates (and don't forget gold too) couldn't allow that to happen. Steve Thomas
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