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  1. Ron Bulman

    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    If Oswald's landlady saw him outside at the bus stop at 11:04, and the manager of the Texas Theater served him popcorn at 1:10... One, he needed a ride. Two, even with a ride he didn't have time to go by and shoot Tippit at 11:07. It was not on the way, but out of the way to the Texas Theater.
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    Steve Jaffe interview

    Any comment's on On The Trail of the Assassins by Garrison, Farewell to Justice by Joan Mellen or Destiny Betrayed by Jim Di Eugenio?
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    The sequence of events in reality found by researchers as opposed to the Warren Omission is not only impossible but insane. Oswald is standing out by the bus stop after changing clothes per landlady Earlene Roberts, after two cops stop and tap the horn twice while his is doing so, and getting his pistol per the Warren Omission and Robert's looking at the clock at 1:04. Per them Oswald walked almost a mile in 11 minutes to shoot Tippit at 11:15. The ambulance took him away at 1:17, it arrived real quick, after Helen Markham talked to him with a bullet in his brain, then he was declared dead at the hospital at, ...1:15! But, really Tippit was killed at 1:07. So Oswald ran a 3 minute mile, unobserved, then ran to the Texas Theater, and bought a ticket in time to buy popcorn at 1:10PM per manager Butch Burroughs and move about sitting next to other patrons for the next 30 minutes at 1:15 per witness Jack Davis. But wait, Oswald snuck in past the ticket office then went to the balcony at 1:35 where Officer Hill went looking for him upon his arrival. Where after Oswald was arrested on the first floor and Pinky Westbrook sprained his ankle ligaments tackling him, Oswald was led downstairs and out the backdoor per the business owner next door. I think there might be a more plausible explanation involving some one impersonating Oswald in the weeks before the assassination in Dallas and the months before elsewhere.
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    I believe Doris Holan. That she was ignored by the DPD, FBI and Warren Omission is perfectly understandable. They didn't want to touch her with a ten foot pole. If Acquilla Clemons was visited by a man wearing a gun she though might have been a policeman and told not to talk it's easy to see the same might have been done to Ms. Holan. Clemons talked to Mark Lane and disappeared. Holan didn't talk until shortly before her death from terminal cancer in 2000 to Dallas researcher Michael Brownlow twice, once with Professor Bill Pulte along. (The Radical Right, pg. 347) She was directly across the street, elevated, on the second floor. When she heard the shots she went and looked out the front window. Look at the pictures in Jim's article, the small one showing the house she lived in and the street layout by David Joseph's, wish I could show them again here. There was a driveway to the right leading to an alley behind the house as she looked out the front window. Directly across the street was another driveway leading to the alley behind the house across the street. Parked in front of that driveway was Tippit's car. Parked in the driveway was another Dallas Police car. A man got out of it and walked over and looked at Tippit (to make sure he was dead?). Another man walked away from the scene as this happened. The Police car in the alley began backing up, the man who got out of it and looked at Tippitt walked back beside/to it... Partially substantiated by one other named witness and another who (smartly?) didn't want to be named. She had the best quickest view. Helen Markam was two houses plus a cross street away, badgered and all over the place in her testimony which is thus unreliable. LHO didn't shoot Tippit. That's become, and still becoming, increasingly more clear. Tippit was hunting but drawn into a trap where he was the target. Reasonable speculation?
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    Throw Bentley in that group and all four are suspicious of having been manipulated, possibly, they willingly cooperated with whoever did so. Kind of like Dean, Bachelor, Butler, Leavelle on Sunday regarding Ruby. Somebody higher up in the DPD was giving orders.
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    What is the Kennedy Cult anyway?

    Sorry Jim. My illiterate take is... JFK appointed opponents to key positions in an attempt to moderate situations. E. G., C Douglas Dillon Secretary of Treasury, ultimately head of the Secret Service on 11/22/63. To get to the Senate JFK defeated Boston Brahmin incumbent Henry Cabot Lodge in the early 50's. In 1960 Lodge was Nixon's Vice Presidential running mate. In 63 JFK appointed Lodge ambassador to Vietnam. He failed to answer important communique regarding Diem in the week or two before his murder. The CIA proceeded with plans. http://www.jfklancer.com/Krock.html The "Arrogant CIA Disobeys Orders" article by Richard Starnes about half way down the link is particularly relevant.
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    What is the Kennedy Cult anyway?

    I'm not Mike. But "passive green-lighting" of an overthrow, if you believe in that, I don't think on JFK's part included assassination of Diem. That part IMO was CIA.
  8. You are right sir, "Ruby is more easily connected to McLendon than Walker". "Mclendon's KLIF is the tie between the assassination and Ruby" Intriguing. Hunt told Ruby to whack Oswald as opposed to say, Roselli. That idea will get buried in a hurry on this thread. As an aside, becoming a teenager in 1969 in the D/FW mid-cities there where two primary top 40 AM radio stations, KFJZ in Fort Worth and KLIF in Dallas. In 70-71 FM came to life, whole album sides, no commercials.
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    David Morales

    I guess it depends on what you think is solid. de Torres is mentioned as having been established as a contact on page 51 of Dallas 63'. Dr. Scott's reference is from Noel Twyman's Bloody Treason, pgs. 700-02. A book I don't have and have, have never read and probably never will. It starts at $50 on amazon, 900 pages on a kindle is a bit daunting to me. I guess it does carry weight at least... I've read varying things about it. No idea what Twyman's source is. Maybe someone out there has the book.
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    David Morales

    Larry, as I mentioned four posts above yours it's mentioned in Dallas 63' by Dr. Scott. I'll have to wait until I get home this evening to look at the end notes for his source.
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    Kennedy-Related Photos (From DVP's Collection)

    Thank you for your work and comments Sir. Please keep it up.
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    Desperate Measures in the Congo

    This is a good article on what happened in the years before it leading up to Lumumba's assassination. http://theconversation.com/how-a-rich-uranium-mine-thrust-the-congo-into-the-centre-of-the-cold-war-64761 It really looks like the Eisenhower/Dulles authorized elimination of Lumumba was accelerated when JFK was elected. They didn't anticipate him winning. But they remembered his speeches in the Senate and statements during the campaign (800 about Africa I read today?). So Dulles authorized the chief of station to spend up to $100,000 to facilitate operation. Then they hid it from him for a month after his inauguration. At which time he was facing arguments for the bay of pigs from multiple fronts. Double whammy. Thus this picture again, it's worth a thousand words. https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=6hvz%2BULM&id=06C46139865A83C773B0B49BDFC24338B47B1E40&thid=OIP.6hvz-ULMyVYy00ktpVtygAHaE_&mediaurl=http%3A%2F%2Fimages.arcadja.com%2Flowe_jacques-the_assassination_of_patrice_lumumba%7eOM56e300%7e10639_20131119_9861_124.jpg&exph=202&expw=300&q=john+kennedy+lumumba+picture&simid=608047670709062070&ajaxhist=0&pivotparams=insightsToken%3Dccid_lt03XNk7*mid_1A44FB5DD8A8ED818287D86CC5509745D7C3D00A*simid_608022734128810291*thid_OIP.lt03XNk7MPdfvLVQhe!_SegHaEc&iss=VSI Maybe someone more technologically advanced can enlarge it.
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    HELSINKI by train Oct 15 - 16, 1959

    "He was part of the continuing problem and so was his brother." Really? Some believe he was murdered for trying to change the continuing problem for the better from within.
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    Official History of the Bay of Pigs

    Phooey. It wouldn't load. Tried twice, little blue line never moved after couple of minutes each time. Slow internet speeds out here in the country sometimes. Though everything else seems to be working ok and I've read Black Vault articles from here before. I'll try again later. Just frustrating.
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    Desperate Measures in the Congo

    https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=6hvz%2BULM&id=06C46139865A83C773B0B49BDFC24338B47B1E40&thid=OIP.6hvz-ULMyVYy00ktpVtygAHaE_&mediaurl=http%3A%2F%2Fimages.arcadja.com%2Flowe_jacques-the_assassination_of_patrice_lumumba%7eOM56e300%7e10639_20131119_9861_124.jpg&exph=202&expw=300&q=john+kennedy+lumumba+picture&simid=608047670709062070&ajaxhist=0&pivotparams=insightsToken%3Dccid_lt03XNk7*mid_1A44FB5DD8A8ED818287D86CC5509745D7C3D00A*simid_608022734128810291*thid_OIP.lt03XNk7MPdfvLVQhe!_SegHaEc&iss=VSI I think the subject is much more important than I gave it credit for. I'd read a little about Lumumba and Hammarskjold's murders but understood little about the bigger picture. E.G. from the La Flem article, 8/18/60, Eisenhower orders the assassination of Lumumba, 8/25/60, Dulles sends a cable about removal of him. Dillon was campaigning for this. And so much more. Ivory, rubber, copper, gold, and diamonds. Much treasure expropriated over many years as a colony of Belgium until Lumumba and 1960. And Uranium. The highest grade and largest deposit of it on earth. That's where the USA became really interested near the end of World War II in pursuit of building Atomic bombs to end the war in Japan, and, prevent Germany from developing the capability. We continued to mine and hoard it for our own use and to prevent other nations from developing the capability. Then James Jesus Angleton gave it to the Israelis. Which JFK opposed. But he, like Lumumba and Hammarskjokd was dead. I guess Patrice is a hero to some now or they wouldn't be selling the t-shirts. https://www.bing.com/shop?q=lumumba+t+shirt&FORM=SHOPPA&originIGUID=A67C537222824EC1A982408179474D70 I guess the Congo was a hot topic in the late 50's. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=rockin+in+the+congo&qpvt=rockin+in+the+congo&view=detail&mid=573BC12E3CF2B8A65CC7573BC12E3CF2B8A65CC7&&FORM=VRDGAR https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=rockin+in+the+congo&qpvt=rockin+in+the+congo&view=detail&mid=4771317A2C24D6E9A3954771317A2C24D6E9A395&&FORM=VRDGAR
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    This is getting way off the subject of Tippit but since Jim and Gene mention the Congo as part of a bigger picture here goes (I didn't want to loose a interesting link I'd found). Gene mentioned Dillon and Rockefeller in relation to their financial investments in the Congo. I.E. Uranium, highest grade/most concentrated deposits in the world. The bankers made money off of the money they invested in the infrastructure created to mine and the mine itself. So, did the murder of Lumumba and thus thwarting of JFK's plans amount to for them, Keep Your Hands Off MY Uranium. While this article is not about Lumumba or JFK per se it does relate to how the situation involving them came about. In particular in the third form last paragraph. Lumumba, "Belgium doesn't produce any uranium." Maybe this subject is worth another thread. https://theconversation.com/how-a-rich-uranium-mine-thrust-the-congo-into-the-centre-of-the-cold-war-64761
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    What is the Kennedy Cult anyway?

    Groucho. I think we're being framed. Denigrated. Just like the CIA labeled "Conspiracy Theorists" in the late 60s in their instructions on how to deal with "them". It is a famed political tactic. Brand your opponent as whacko, idiot, irresponsible, a cult. They're all drinking the same Kool-Aid... Guess I'm just being paranoid, again.
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    One comment by Hill in particular in No More Silence caught my attention as I'd never read it. "Back in 1959 J D worked for me in the Oak Cliff area". Tippit worked for Hill in 59, so they weren't just familiar but had a superior - subordinate relationship, at one time at least. In Oak Cliff. So Tippit wasn't just familiar with Oak Cliff, working out of his assigned area on 11/22/63. He had worked IT before and knew it well.
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    Trump and the Unspeakable? Part II

    Paul, consider it may be a full blown plutocracy. The reason subjects are unspeakable is because they are not allowed to be spoken of by the owners of the Main Stream Media. The 1% own 95-98% of the MSM, which is where most people get their news, entertainment and just about everything else. Broaching a taboo subject can result in a warning, reprimand or firing.
  20. An Outstanding video of historical importance. Mr. Lane proved the Warren Omission was a farce early on and continued to throughout his life. A true American Hero. Never thought I'd say thanks David.
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    Kennedy-Related Photos (From DVP's Collection)

    Enlightenment, please sir. I don't remember Bill Ryan, didn't find him in your book index.
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    Regarding Pena and the JFK assassination. FBI agent Jeunesse said in 68 (?) Pena worked as a contract agent for the CIA 10 years prior. He was investigating gun running for Dodd's committee in 63? He then traced Oswald's (supposed) rifle, scope to California after the assassination (Why???). Documentation?
  23. Oswald and the CIA. Dr. John Newman, U S Military Intelligence. In it he details Oswald's whole life. And it's objective, not a spy novel. Plenty of supporting references. You mentioned a while back being new to the subject. Granny said haste makes waste. Take time to read it. It's deep enough to engage your though processes. https://www.amazon.com/Oswald-CIA-John-Newman/dp/0786701315
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    Regarding number six again. I've been reading the account's of Bently and Hill (along with Westbrook's) in Larry Sneed's No More Silence. Both Bently and Hill say two ID's in the wallet on the way back to the DPD, one said Hidell. I respect and admire the research of both Mr. Simpich and Armstrong. I'm just a reader and interpreter (though I've been to DP and some other relevant points several times, even asked Dr. McClelland a couple of questions once). I digress. If they concur, no Hidell ID in the Bentley wallet, I defer. This would mean the story of finding the Hidell ID in the Bentley wallet was concocted after they got back to the DPD. As a result of finding it in the Westbrook wallet? BTW the "stories" of all three are almost laughable at points if not for the subject.
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