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  1. Jim, Just read your review. Very informative. One thing you may want to correct: It's "Billie" Sol Estes, not Billy.
  2. If you don't think Jennifer Lawrence is hot enough, I can't help you.
  3. Jennifer Lawrence is going to play Marita in the movie "Marita" for Sony. I'll eat my tinfoil hat if the movie includes anything about JFK. I'm sure it will be all about her Fidelity to Castro.
  4. I imagine that pretty much the same information would be found in "Billie Sol Estes: A Living Legend" by Billie Sol Estes. Published, perhaps not coincidentally, by BS Productions.
  5. Jim Marrs Has Passed Away

    Same here. RIP.
  6. Article by Russ Baker on same: https://whowhatwhy.org/2017/08/02/dallas-mayor-jfk-assassination-cia-asset/
  7. What's the deal with Michael Baden???

    There are three things, then, that we learned from Baden, all three of which make perfect sense. Oswald did it but O.J. and Spector didn't.
  8. What's the deal with Michael Baden???

    Another feather in Baden's cap is his testimony in the O.J. Simpson trial. Based on Nicole and Goldman's autopsies, Baden strongly suggested that O.J. didn't do it.
  9. Yuri Nosenko

    There is some "logic" to the Nosensko case? I went back to the beginning of this thread to try, for the last time, to understand the story. And a post by Shanet Clark back in 2004 hits the nail on the head for me: "This case is so counter-counter-counter espionage, I can barely follow. I'm sure the other readers are completely in the dark." I take exception only to Shanet's term "barely follow." I can't follow it at all. When I try to understand this case, it makes my head hurt. So I'm going to quit doing it. It's kind of like watching "Twin Peaks: The Return." It's fascinating but makes absolutely no sense. But at this point I wouldn't even say the Nosensko case is fascinating. I think I know basically why the assassination happened, I"m pretty sure the Russians had nothing to do with it, and I'm not going to waste any more of my own time on Yuri Nosenko just to give myself a headache. .
  10. Sandy, you're right. I misinterpreted what is in the Hughes film. What I thought were the windows are actually the dark separators. The windows themselves can't be seen, only the outer casings. But people can be seen hanging out at the bottom of the second window. No wonder I didn't understand what I was seeing.
  11. Who financed the JFK hit?

    Well, if it was basically a military coup, doesn't the Pentagon have a nice slush fund for special ops or other necessities? If so, the assassination financially would be a drop in the bucket.
  12. Who financed the JFK hit?

    Steve, you need to read Brzezinski's book The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and its Geostrategic Imperatives. He argues that the U.S. has to control the grand chessboard, which is the Eurasian landmass.
  13. The Dual Life of Albert Osborne

    Good read. Thanks. One typo (which I couldn't fail but notice): In the link to my article (footnote 55), there's a "#64" at the end of the url that doesn't belong there. It takes the link to footnote 64 ("Ibid").
  14. Judging by this still, the flash looks too large to be a muzzle flash from a rifle.