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Rob Clark

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  1. C'mon Joe....murdering the POTUS in broad daylight sitting next to his wife is a little different than covert ops in a foreign country. You'll never be able to convince anyone with backside photos. How may guys in 1963 wore dark suits? Lots of cops, newsmen, business men...I mean look at detectives, look at Altgens, look at Zapruder, look at Roy Truly...it was a different time. How many had the same hairstyle? A ton! Stance and gait mean nothing when a person is caught mid-stride...it's a split second in time of a lot of moving parts when a person is walking. As for Prouty, he wouldn't be the
  2. Welll, the letter was typed, crappy typed letterhead, signatures are easily faked...so why didn't Prouty turn his letter over to the ARRB? They were collecting documents.... The audio is very convincing...and again, who really thinks the recently retired General Ed Lansdale, would be in Dealey Plaza right after the assassination went down, and allow himself to be photographed? Do you realize how many newsmen and onlookers had video and film cameras that day? He'd have to be the dumbest General ever in the history of the United States. If he planned or took part in this at all, he wouldn't be
  3. Email me at thelonegunmanpodcast@gmail.com I'd be happy to send it you Joe. And yes, the similarities between Baker and Prouty are striking...Judy just hasn't given up the goat yet like Prouty did.
  4. So let me get this "Niederhut Methodology" of research down...if someone wrote something in a book, then it is an irrefutable fact. if someone says something with no documentation or proof, then it is an irrefutable fact. Despite said subject contradicting everything he has ever said, ever wrote, ever alleged...he wrote it in a book so that negates everything he said to an official government funded document review board. Key witnesses like Col. Reich, Lansdale, and Krulak...yes Krulak (Courtesy of Bart Kamp, I have a 10 minute interview done with Krulak in which he does not support Prouty's t
  5. Niederhut....I have a clue, you sir are the one stuck in Prouty's fantasy world. Again, slower this time, just for you...JFK was not sold on the recommendations from the Krulak/Mendenhall Mission so he sent McNamara and Taylor a week later for a second opinion. Krulak was not with them, not on the plane, not in Honolulu, and had absolutely nothing to do with the writing of the McNamara/Taylor report. Lowly Col. Prouty, plane and boat getter for the CIA, had absolutely nothing to do with drafting any NSAM's...PERIOD! The moral of this story to me is never debate someone who hasn't done any res
  6. Kennedy handpicked McGeorge Bundy to be NSA...and he was a Republican. They liked and respected each other so much, Bundy offered to switch parties to be Democrat and was devastated at hearing of Kennedy's murder. NSAM 263 was drafted by Bundy from the McNamara/Taylor report...so my guess is it exists somewhere. Probably the Kennedy library. Again, Prouty got history wrong...the Krulak/Mendenhall mission occured before the McNamara/Taylor mission. Two totally separate things...Next....
  7. In this book, according to Forrestal... Jones, Howard (2003). Death of a Generation: how the assassinations of Diem and JFK prolonged the Vietnam War. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-505286-2 The Krulak mission happened before McNamara/ Taylor were sent...two totally different missions and reports. The Krulak–Mendenhall mission was a fact-finding expedition dispatched by the Kennedy administration to South Vietnam in early September 1963. The stated purpose of the expedition was to investigate the progress of the war by the South Vietnamese regime and its US militar
  8. I wish I was CIA funded... Here's the truth about the way the McNamara/Taylor mission and report went down...So unless Prouty went to Vietnam and Honolulu with the Generals (he didn't) and helped them draft the report on the plane (he didn't), then the answer is he had absolutely nothing to do with drafting the report. Drafting the report After a one-day stopover in Honolulu to prepare their report, McNamara and Taylor arrived back in Washington on October 2. The report was written hurriedly on the plane trip back to Washington. Forrestal described the report as a "mishmash of everyt
  9. Also, here's another monkey wrench to throw into your theory...Lansdale had retired from the Air Force by Nov. 1st, 1963....so how could he send Prouty to Antarctica?
  10. Read the book...read the book...read the book.....anybody can write anything, it doesn't make it so...(see Judyth Baker) My suggestion to you is that you need to prove what you say. Do a little research, show me something tangible...documents. Prove the Pentagon liaison to the CIA helped formulate NSAM's, prove Lansdale sent JFK to Antarctica, he said in his own words it wasn't unusual...that it was routine, according to him he wasn't even in country on Nov. 21st to draft anything, and he admits he knew knowing nothing about Presidential protection and wasn't involved in coordinating it as he
  11. Excuses....excuses...is all I hear from Prouty supporters. The bottom line is he contradicted everything he had said over the years in correspondence,in articles, in books, and on film. He could have easily walked in there and maintained his story. The problem is the ARRB had access to documentation and individuals that could directly make a fool out of Prouty...which is exactly how it went with Col. Reich. He got the CIA a boat when they needed a boat, he arranged for AF transport when needed by the CIA. He wasn't sitting in on the Johnson and Joint Chiefs meetings when writing NSAM's, Lansd
  12. Prouty had claimed Reich was the source of his info, and I seriously doubt Prouty had any dealings with Hunt personally. Hunt denied knowing him at all.
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