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    I understand Angleton drank alot, and Harvey as well. So who knows?
  2. When I click on the link, a new browser opens with the story, and the page keeps refreshing every 3-4 seconds. I can't read it. ?
  3. Where Were You, 11/22/63.

    I was born in 1971. I'll have to ask my mom, I know she was in college at the time. My dad passed away 2 1/2 yrs ago, so I can't ask him. Dad was a career man in the Air Force and met Gen. LeMay once.
  4. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    Jason, You're at ASU, very nice. I lived in Phoenix for several years, spent a lot of time in that area. I'm looking at soon starting Besieged Patriot, Autobiographical episodes exposing Communism, Traitorism and Zionism from the life of Gerald L.K. Smith. Should be interesting. The work you're doing at ASU sounds very impressive. Good job.
  5. In The Shadow Of Dallas

    Paul, It's been quite awhile since I've looked at it, so I'd have to read it again to refresh specific info. For that time period, when most journalists and all media toed the WC line, for these researchers to bring up the questions they did, really bucked the trend. What I found interesting in just taking a quick glance without reading, are how the researchers such as Penn Jones and others, noticed the multiple mysterious deaths of persons who all had some kind of knowledge related to the assassination. Such as the meeting in Ruby's appt. on 11/24/63 when 3 at the meeting, Jim Koethe, Bill Hunter, and Tom Howard, all died mysterious deaths. Whenever any of these people investigated, such as when amateur researcher Shirley Martin, a housewife from Oklahoma, made trips to Dalls to interview witnesses, the police would tail her, openly following her around, and stick to her until she left Dallas. The same happened with others investigating in the area. The Dallas police would constantly surveil anyone coming in to investigate. Someone clearly didn't want anybody poking around.
  6. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    I believe that Hunt stopped publicly supporting Walker, as did many others, after the riots, although I could be mistaken. Did he still support Walker privately? I don't know. It seemed many people walked away from Walker.
  7. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    Yeah, I just noticed that. I think I conflated the 2. I meant the Air Force Colonel as Lansdale. Ooops! Lansdale was definitely Dulles' go-to guy.
  8. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    I wonder if "the best man we have", according to Dulles, was Lansdale. He wore an Air Force uniform, at least at that point I think he did.
  9. I got this from my local library earlier this year. It was well done and entertaining, but King took a Oswald lone nut stance, so as far as the assassination goes, it was worthless. I've always liked Executive Action, pretty good for it's time, even now I think.
  10. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    Speaking of right wing characters, I recently picked up a copy of Ted Dealey's "Diaper Days Of Dallas". Should be an interesting read. Dealey certainly didn't care for Kennedy. His paper was a major source of much anti-JFK press at the time. He had some strong words for JFK at a White House luncheon in front of many other area leaders, which I think lost Ted some support.
  11. I haven't seen the film yet, but want to. I'll wait until it hits blu-ray and will get it from the library. I don't really go to the theatre anymore. I recently got All The Way from the library. Bryan Cranston did a good LBJ, I think.
  12. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    I agree with you about an Oswald/Ruby relationship. I believe they knew each other but didn't have to be friendly, it doesn't really matter for the killing. I feel the same way about the Oswald sightings before the assassination. Too many to be mistaken, one maybe I could buy. The knoxville visit is intriguing, I've never seen that before. I think the USSR bit might have been to draw attention, it looks almost to be an afterthought, like its out of place in a way. I wonder if this was an attempt to be a tie to his time in the Soviet Union where he was to give secrets to the USSR. Sheepdipping, part of an operation?
  13. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    I also just picked up a copy of Dr. Walt Brown's "Trachery In Dallas" that Paul T. spoke well of. Eventually I'll get to that. Too many things to do.
  14. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    I remember reading but can't remember where, someone referring to LBJ as a "nazi of the worst order". There was his public self, and then the way he really was, apparently. Ties between LBJ and Walker would be real interesting.
  15. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    Thomas Masen involved with Cuban gun-running. I understood Jack Ruby was involved with Cuban gun operations. against Batista, then Castro. Did Jack Ruby and Masen cross paths? Ruby and Oswald apparently know each other. Oswald gets impersonated here and there. Masen, part of Walker's entourage, looks like Oswald. A few degrees of separation? Hmmm.... Masen seems like he knows something. Maybe, maybe not?