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    Bouhe files

    I couldn't get the sarcasm font to work.
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    Bouhe files

    On second thought, it couldn't have been Poppy Bush because he was not connected to the CIA until being tapped to run it in 1976.
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    Bouhe files

    Wasn't Poppy Bush running the Harris County Republican Party in Houston at that time? Happy Birthday to him by the way.
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    A Wall Street Coup?

    Prescott Bush’s Coup. The family seemed to have a knack for hanging around the fringes if attempted coups.
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    Am I Dreaming? The Post and MKUltra in RFK

    Bezos is not involved in the Post's day-to-day editorial operations.
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    Am I Dreaming? The Post and MKUltra in RFK

    Another piece on Intrepid Report attacking the Boston Globe's recent efforts to brand anyone who doesn't know Sirhan is guilty a "conspiracy nut," and sourcing everything to Danel Moldea. He cites Jim DiEugenio in debunking Moldea's work. "As the night follows day, we meet conspiracy nuts here too, courtesy of DeCosta-Klipa who allows Moldea a free hand to spout nonsense. A person not familiar with the research done on this case by the great researcher Lisa Pease and others would assume that Moldea was the expert par excellence on RFK’s assassination, when nothing could be further from the truth. James DiEugenio, Pease’s colleague and an equally brilliant researcher, has surgically dismembered Moldea’s work on the case...It is unlikely that he has read Moldea’s 1995 book, The Killing of Robert F. Kennedy, a book about which DiEugenio rightly says: its “every major tenet is highly suspect, whose sourcing is not explicit, whose fairness is, to say the least, one-sided, whose completeness is just not there, whose use of witnesses-like Kaiser and McCowan-is rather lenient. . . . it is a ‘bookshelf’ book that has no intellectual content or substance.” He suggests it was commissioned by the government forces responsible for RFK’s death and the ongoing cover-up." http://www.intrepidreport.com/archives/24242
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    Building rooftops: imagine Dealey Plaza...

    Apologies for making the same point Ty did. I had not read through the entire thread.
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    Building rooftops: imagine Dealey Plaza...

    Obviously, maybe you did.
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    Executive Action, on behalf of Steve Jaffe

    “The brains behind the cover-up were brilliant in predicting how the media would react and swallow quick release of fake news about Lee Harvey Oswald.” I’m not sure they were “brilliant” as much they were just confident. They infiltrated every major media outlet in the country with their minions.
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    New RFK Jr book gives big nod to research community

    "For many questions leading hither and yon originate with this girl. And it is obvious that she was meant to do that: to muddy the waters and keep people guessing once they came to realize that Sirhan obviously did not kill RFK. And she “disappeared” as quickly as she “appeared.” And the authorities shut down their investigation and pursuit of her. They denied her existence against all the evidence. Meant to stand out, she was also meant to go out, leaving a trail of questions....Everything about her has served to hypnotize, first Sirhan, and then those seeking to get to the deeper forces behind this American tragedy." Pretty good treatment of RFK Assassination and the girl in the dress by Edward Curtin at Intrepid Report: http://www.intrepidreport.com/archives/24166
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    New RFK Jr book gives big nod to research community

    Robert Kennedy Jr. visited Sirhan in prison just before Christmas, believes there was second gunman. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/retropolis/wp/2018/05/26/who-killed-bobby-kennedy-his-son-rfk-jr-doesnt-believe-it-was-sirhan-sirhan/?utm_term=.77e91caff9a6
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    Why was JFK assassinated but Trump has not been?

    I don't believe the oil boys, banks, defense contractors nor organized crime have any complaints so far.
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    Another False "Oswald Sighting"

    Thanks for posting. Looks like quite the diverse crowd.
  14. Microsoft applied Microsoft AI to 34,000 pieces of evidence from the files of JFK using Cognitive Search. See what we found and what you can do with: https://www.ailab.microsoft.com/experiments/7d6b0652-51dc-440d-a12a-481f28525143
  15. Congrats. That's really cool. I haven't been able to figure it out yet.
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    THE KENNEDY CULT BLINKERS THIS INVESTIGATION

    Is a blinker anything like a blinder?
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    THE KENNEDY CULT BLINKERS THIS INVESTIGATION

    We all certainly owe Mr. Hagger better, more objective reasearch.
  18. I guess that was recoil that covered the motorcycle officers riding behind the limo and not blood and brain bits?
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    Will JFK Files Stay Secret?

    There is no predicting what Trump will do. There is no White House, really. Not as that term came to be used. It's just Trump... and people who work in the building. With that being said, it's hard to understand how someone who has built his entire political persona around attacking the Deep State, could come down on its side on this or any issue.
  20. Family of Charles Thomas are pleading with Trump to release papers they say show his 1971 suicide stemmed from officials wanting to shut down effort to reopen JFK investigation https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/apr/22/jfk-documents-could-show-the-truth-about-a-diplomats-death-47-years-ago Sent from my iPhone
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    Barbara Bush's letter home

    With Barbara Bush being in the news for going into hospice care, just curious what seasoned researchers here make of her "letter home" to family while on a few days campaign swing when JFK was assassinated. According to Russ Baker's "Family of Secrets," the future First Lady was in a salon getting her hair done while composing a letter home to family. JFK was alive when she started the letter and his death confirmed before it ended. Not that I have any ill will toward Mrs. Bush, but I've just not seen this topic discussed elsewhere, literally at all, and it seems awfully fishy. Here's how Baker describes it: "Barbara’s curious role as recording secretary to history-in-the-making was interesting enough that one would expect the letter to have surfaced well before 1994. Yet, until it appeared in Barbara’s memoirs, it was not even known to exist. Meanwhile, the original letter itself has not turned up. Thus, many questions remain – questions that I hoped to pose to Poppy and Barbara, who declined to be interviewed for this book. "The excerpted letter warrants careful scrutiny, especially because of all the perplexing particulars. The note begins with a dull thud – a bland mention of a lunch with a “Doris Ulmer.” No Ulmer appears in any of the Bushes’ other books, which list hundreds of family friends, well-known and completely obscure. Therefore, presumably only very close Bush relatives, such as her children, would know who Doris Ulmer was or would even conceivably wish to learn of Barbara lunching with her. No one else would understand that George had even been in Greece on the occasion Barbara mentions when the Ulmers were said to be so nice to him – nor would anyone else know in what way they were so nice to him. "And yet, the style and comments in the assassination portion of the letter – “we are hoping that it is not some far right nut but a ‘commie’ nut” – are odd things to write to children. "It’s not clear from Barbara’s memoirs who the recipients of the letter were. She says “Dearest Family” and that it was “a letter home.” But those of her children who were at home were all ten years old or younger. The eldest, George W., was away at prep school in New England. Also, it would seem odd to write “a letter home” if you were only gone from home for several days of an in-state campaign swing – you would likely be back home before the letter arrived. And she signed it “Bar,” not the typical identifier in a letter to young children." Baker goes on to note that Barbara had strained relations with the rest of her family and didn't even attend her mother's 1949 funeral, so it would be odd that she would write such a letter to them. What to make of this? Here's a link to Baker's site where the book is excerpted: https://whowhatwhy.org/2013/10/09/bush-and-the-jfk-hit-part-4-barbaras-hair-raising-day/
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    Fire Me?

    What do you think the odds are that almost nobody was publicly critical of Dulles when he died?
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    Barbara Bush's letter home

    The dictate that one 'not speak ill of the dead' is (at best) appropriate for private individuals, not influential public figures. Glenn Greenwald writing on Margaret Thatcher's death noted the following: "But the key point is this: those who admire the deceased public figure (and their politics) aren't silent at all. They are aggressively exploiting the emotions generated by the person's death to create hagiography. Typifying these highly dubious claims about Thatcher was this (appropriately diplomatic) statement from President Obama: "The world has lost one of the great champions of freedom and liberty, and America has lost a true friend." Those gushing depictions can be quite consequential, as it was for the week-long tidal wave of unbroken reverence that was heaped on Ronald Reagan upon his death, an episode that to this day shapes how Americans view him and the political ideas he symbolized. Demanding that no criticisms be voiced to counter that hagiography is to enable false history and a propagandistic whitewashing of bad acts, distortions that become quickly ossified and then endure by virtue of no opposition and the powerful emotions created by death. When a political leader dies, it is irresponsible in the extreme to demand that only praise be permitted but not criticisms." I know not whether Barbara Bush was a great person. She may well have been. I never had any dealings with her. Whether she was or not, it doesn't change the fact that she and her husband behaved suspiciously on Nov. 22, 1963, behavior that has never been fully explained to the public.
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    Barbara Bush's letter home

    Well, if it was anything nefarious, she got away with it. R.I.P.
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    Barbara Bush's letter home

    And there's the part about him calling the FBI on his mentally challenged GOP employee. Nothing suspicious about any of their activities.
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