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Bart Kamp

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  1. Bart Kamp

    Identification of individuals

    That link also shows an alternative version of Shelley/Arce and Williams making it to a squad car, Senkel can be seen as well
  2. Bart Kamp

    Roger Craig's ID inside 317

    Funny that. I checked Curry's book and could not find it, even though I remembered reading about Craig pointing himself out w that book. Thanks for the info Ron. From what I know some pix of our mystery guy were taken on the 22nd (inside 317) and 23rd.
  3. Bart Kamp

    Roger Craig's ID inside 317

    I don't think/say anything BUT that Craig thought he saw himself in G. Shaw's book in the late 70's and made a mistake doing so.
  4. Bart Kamp

    Roger Craig's ID inside 317

    First two pix are from Denis Morissette's website. Then the inside 317 shots are from Jim Murray at Black Star and the other shot with the group facng the cam with their backs besides him is from the Ft. Worth Star Telegam.
  5. Bart Kamp

    Mrs. Stanton, Mrs. Sanders, where are you?

    Everything is 'possible' Tommy boy, even Brian Doyle being Prayer Man. It's all 'possible'........ but Prayer Man is a HE and not a SHE......
  6. Bart Kamp

    Roger Craig's ID inside 317

    According to Vince Palamara Charles Kunkel was still in D.C. and not in Dallas and only came into play when the SS was protecting Marina and Marguerite. Thanks for correcting me, but that person from the Cover up book by Gary Shaw still is not Roger Craig. Another person added whose ID is not known.
  7. Bart Kamp

    Roger Craig's ID inside 317

    Thanks Ian, and that is detective Johnny Hicks. Next to Pete Barnes on the phone. And yes it shows a palm print. Well spotted. This is in the evening of the 22nd if I am correct.
  8. Craig pointed out the pic below as proof of him being inside 317 as the man on the far right. From Gary Shaw's book Cover Up. The man Craig IDs as himself was firth thought to be Secret Service agent Charles Kunkel, but according to Vince Palamara Kunkel was not there until way after the assassination and only got involved with guarding Marina and Marguerite Oswald. We now have an individual not recognised but certainly not to be Roger Craig. VS Craig in Darnel on Nov 22nd.
  9. Bart Kamp

    Identification of individuals

    Bush man you heard it here first 😊
  10. Bart Kamp

    Identification of individuals

    1. w rifle is Carl Day 2? 3 is at Parkland, there is a shot taken from their front with the kid crying and with Malcolm Couch behind him. 4 Lumpkin and possibly Sorrels on the left. 5.? 6? The guy in the centre was taken away. There is footage taken from the TSBD pointing down when he is being taken away. This group on FB discusses these matters and Dennis Morissette has several sites up regarding this https://www.facebook.com/groups/780923448613656/
  11. Bart Kamp

    Dealey Plaza UK Canterbury Seminar 2018

    Thank you Barry. I have added the specific venue at the UNI I had omitted that.
  12. The 16th Dealey Plaza UK Canterbury Seminar held at n The Old Sessions House Lecture Theatre Canterbury Christ Church University 28th / 29th April 2018 Saturday 28th April 09.40m – 09.50am Introduction to the Seminar by Stuart Galloway 09.50am – 10.50am Harold “Skip” Rydberg by Barry Keane 10.50am – 11.10am Break: Coffee/Tea 11.10am – 12.10pm Interrogations of LHO-1 by Bart Kamp 12.10pm – 1.40pm LUNCH That means of to the pub 1.40pm - 2.40pm Interrogations of LHO-2 by Bart Kamp 2.40pm – 3.40pm Staff D and the magic button by Larry Hancock 3.50pm – 4.10pm Break: Tea/Coffee 4.10pm – 5.10pm Q & A with Malcolm Blunt with B Kamp Dinner at the Abbotts Barton Hotel – 7.30pm for 8.00pm Sunday 29th April 09.30am – 10.30am The DPUK Auction with Mike Dworetsky 10.30am – 11.45pm Evidence of Gunmen in D.P. by David Percox 11:45am - 12.30pm Jim Jenkins/William Matson Law at Lancer 2013 with Peter Mellor 12.30pm – 1.40pm LUNCH ( Buffet in the Lecture Theatre) 1.40pm – 2.40 pm Q & A with John Newman and B.Kamp 2.40pm – 3.40pm Jim Di Eugenio on JFK's foreign policy and the declassified files 3:40pm – 3.50pm Closure of the Seminar by Stuart Galloway New members are most welcome to attend. Please downlaod a form from http://dealeyplazauk.org.uk/pdfArticles/Membership_Application_form.pdf and submit. On the 27th we meet in the afternoon to chat and go for Italian in the evening. The real stuff starts on Saturday at Christ Church UNI in Canterbury. See you there. Costs for members Two day seminar including tea and coffee on Saturday - £35 Dinner at Best Western (Abbots Barton) - £37 (we have our own room) Buffet lunch in The Old Sessions House on Sunday - £7 Total = £79 (£42 without Dinner) Attendance Saturday only - £20 Attendance Sunday only - £24 (includes Buffet) More info @ http://dealeyplazauk.org.uk/index.html We will video a few talks so they will appear on YouTube in May at some point and I will add them inside this thread.
  13. Bart Kamp

    A Question For James Gordon

    Michael Clark and Thomas Graves For two people who have thousands of posts as their 'credit' and nearly nothing of substance to show for in return, that would be the pot calling the kettle black. But others know I have posted enough here, more than the two of you combined, for quite a few years to come. Do something useful (research perhaps?) than just posting opinions.
  14. Bart Kamp

    Titovets vs Armstrong

    Even stranger......do yourself a huge favour Jimbo, stop asserting as you are not very good at it. How about this tho in relation with your Harriet and Lillian fairy tales... The guy who cooperated/researched with Armstrong on the book and he disavowed it (H&L) and they did not happen to speak to each other for a year, and he still thinks it is rubbish. Go figure.
  15. Bart Kamp

    Titovets vs Armstrong

    Gene Kelley "You would believe and trust a Russian biochemist who came out after 50 years over an American researcher? " That is about the strangest and above all most biased sentence I have come across here. Not sure you win a price though......
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