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  1. Ron Bulman

    Thursday at Ruth Paines House

    Oswald was being run by somebody. Somebody went to the trouble of setting up the false trail of his purchase of the rifle. It seems like at least part of that was done in advance. They could have just left it hanging as to how he got the rifle to work. On the bus from his rooming house would have been a stretch. Maybe he really had an argument with Marina and wanted to make up. Maybe they just got lucky he went on Thursday and were able to come up with the garage-blanket-bag story after the fact. But with what we now know about Ruth and Michael Paine I have to wonder if this would have been left to chance. Maybe Oswald figured out, overheard or was told something was up regarding JFK's visit to Dallas on Friday. A protest, a "security test" as Vince Palamara alludes to, or a fake assassination attempt by a Cuban to force JFK into action on Cuba. Something that might require him to get out of town for a while afterwards given his Fair Play for Cuba Committee/New Orleans activities the past summer (and some in Dallas more recently with anti Castro Cubans on Harlendale Street?). His handler might have even suggested, you might want to go see you wife and kids Thursday night, you might have to leave town for a while on Friday. Speculation on my part. Not totally unreasonable I think. The Thursday vs Friday visit does not seem totally innocent in retrospect. Ruth never transported the rifle back from New Orleans. She never unloaded it. Michael who arrived to help unload did not. Marina never did. All were questioned by the Warren Omission about it. How did Ozzie get it to Irving? Not hitch hiking, like he told Ruth he got there, she said. Especially not if he was toting those seven small metal file cabinets found in Ruth's garage with info on Cubans in them. There never was a rifle, that Oswald never ordered in Ruth's garage.
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    Pierre Finck Learned his Lesson

    This touches on an aspect of the autopsy that has reeked the most to me for years. The selection of the autopsy Doctors. None of them were current practicing Forensic Pathologists. As I understand it, if I remember right, Finck was a Forensic Pathologist but he had not practiced in quite some time. He reviewed the paperwork of others. Humes and Boswell were general Pathologists. Granted, they were all experienced and familiar with anatomy given the training required in their fields. But, if your setting up the autopsy of the recently murdered President of the United States wouldn't you want the best available Forensic Pathologists? I don't think Humes thought or said, I'm the head of this medical school, I'll take this one myself and selected Boswell to join him. He was ordered to do this. Adding Army Doctor Finck was an afterthought to supposedly bring legitimacy to the proceedings given his official title. I forget which author in which book I read years ago pointed out that at least a couple of the leading, most respected, experienced Forensic Pathologists in the country were within about an hour of Bethesda by car or helicopter. New York City comes to mind. I realize the powers that be did not want the best available public or military. They wanted someone who would suffice medically that would take orders unquestionably. Per the AF1 transcripts they planned to take him to Walter Reed Army hospital, about a mile from Bethesda. I imagine they had a pre approved team ready and waiting there. But I've read somewhere back there that Jackie was insistent that if an autopsy had to be done at a military facility it should be Bethesda since JFK had been in the Navy. So JFK's personal physician, Admiral Burkley directed the autopsy from the gallery. Sorry Jim, wasn't trying to hijack you thread topic, I thought this kind of relates to the bigger picture regarding Finck.
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    Pierre Finck Learned his Lesson

    So Finck, the only Forensic pathologist among he, Hume's and Boswell, called in at the last minute, arriving after the autopsy had started, had his notes stolen in the morgue after it was over while he was washing up? And he managed to forget this until he was grilled about it by the ARRB in the 90's. Though others there helped him look for them, and, he did in fact admit actually taking notes. This say's a lot about control over the morgue that night and the people in it for years afterward.
  4. Mr. Simkin, thank you so much for establishing this site. Not just the JFK assassination debate part. Truthful understanding of History is essential to any attempt to shape the future.
  5. Ron Bulman

    A Lie Too Big To Fail by Lisa Pease

    I don't know how many times I was surprised reading this book. Like on page 202. Regarding the head wound(s). From the autopsy report. "There are two bullet tracks. One extends slightly anterior to the vertical dimension (15 degrees). The second extends 30 degrees posterior to the vertical dimension, so the two tracks diverge by 45 degrees." Huh? Two bullet tracks from one wound? Well, coroner Noguchi didn't say fragment tracks and he should know the difference. Both he and LAPD criminologist Wolfer (a story within himself, taught at multiple LA college, switched bullets) state the wound in RFK's head came from approximately one inch away based on the powder burns. Noguchi ordered several pigs ears they test fired into to establish this fact. Then, pg. 204, Wolfer records in his log "June 13, 1968 - Thursday, 9:30 A.M. - Received Items # 24 and # 25, BulletS from Kennedy's Head." I never knew RFK was hit twice in the head, much less in the same spot. That had to be a bam-bam quick as the trigger could be pulled on a semi automatic or maybe single action revolver. 22 to match all the other bullets. RFK was shot three other times, one went through his coat without hitting him. The other two went in within an inch of each other Under his right arm pit Ranging Upwards, one exiting his chest, the other lodging near his spine just below the neck, neither wound lethal. Both of these shots came from no more than three inches away on his right side. The only other known person in the pantry with a gun, a 22 at that, was ACE Security guard Thane Cesar. On his second assignment for them, reportedly. He was on RFK's immediate right, holding his right arm leading him through the crowd. One witness saw him with it out, he admitted this during questioning but said he never fired back at Sirhan. I don't think Cesar had time in the pandemonium of the moment to fire 4-5 shots. 2-3, maybe. Somebody stepped up next to him and quickly popped two caps, Bam-Bam, behind RFK's right ear. Then ran. The gun used for this could have been easily concealed for all but 5-10 seconds. A small 22. At least two of the unknown suspicious men observed hanging around the pantry prior to the assassination were wearing suits. Such a gun could easily be concealed in a suit pocket, or even loose fitting pants. A semi like this. https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&id=FB39683788FA261A121C1FE750C78191B7F6AB89&thid=OIP.zXIhnlK9PsJnSK7yaSa7kgHaFj&mediaurl=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.gunsamerica.com%2FUserImages%2F137066%2F959274734%2Fwm_3381154.jpg&exph=1200&expw=1600&q=beretta+model+21+bobcat&selectedindex=5&qpvt=beretta+model+21+bobcat&ajaxhist=0&vt=0&eim=1,2,6 Or a revolver like this. https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&id=4D7187C013D5357768CB67724C96C285200460DA&thid=OIP.wkpVXw5KCfABEXpZR4m2hQHaHa&mediaurl=http%3A%2F%2Fnfdn.images.s3.amazonaws.com%2Fimagedb%2Fimage229656-f17472b8bad368f5a0b5f3de2ed55a02.jpg&exph=400&expw=400&q=small+22+lr+revolver&selectedindex=0&qpvt=small+22+lr+revolver&ajaxhist=0&vt=0&eim=1,2,6
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    2nd Floor Never Happened

    Maybe he did.
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    2nd Floor Never Happened

    So, there was a Dr. Pepper machine on the first floor where he started his lunch in the domino room. He wandered out front to see the parade and finish his Dr. Pepper there. With Shelly. And Frazier.
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    A Lie Too Big To Fail by Lisa Pease

    Larry, I just finished reading your six part essay. Excellent, and I'd say complimentary to Ms. Pease's book. One thing in it I don't remember mentioned in her book, as thorough, deep and long as it is was Schulman's statement to in his LAPD interview regarding other shooters. In response to a statement of his "No, there were no other shooters there". "I though I saw em'". "Nope, you didn't". You go into Rathke a lot deeper than she does. I'm sure she has her reasons not doing so, one likely being 500 pages is extensive, going much over that would be exhaustive. Both of your works on Jeery Owen are once again complimentary and together flesh out and increase suspicion regarding his role in proceedings. I also don't remember her mentioning that in late 67 Sirhan dropped out of sight for three months after he quit the race track in Corona, per the LAPD investigation. One of the most eye opening moments for me in her book were the statements of Dr. Daniel P Brown, PhD. Made in I believe 2011, after your 2008 work. In his hypnosis of Sirhan he found on a particular cue, word, Sirhan would go into "range mode". That he would instantly go into position firing at a target at a shooting range. Under hypnosis he told Dr. Brown this is what happened 6/5/68. A bar down stairs, following a pretty woman , after likely being drugged at the bar to be in the fully proper state of mind (see scopolamine/MKULTRA). Following her (back) to the pantry/ kitchen for coffee with her. Then he partially "wakes up" after the second shot being knocked down onto the table. You both chose the term for a chapter topic near the end.
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    Now it can be told: Dag Hammarskjold

    It was enough to draw attention to the subject to create a country song about it before the assassination actually happened. Uranium and Diamonds are valuable. https://playback.fm/charts/country/video/1957/hank-thompson-rockin-in-the-congo
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    Prayer Man

    I've never read about the Enfield being broadcast as the weapon. Had read a rifle was found in his sister's house where he lived (who brought it home after the assassination and stashed it back there to be found, no one was observed carrying one in, or out at he TSBD). Interesting the story progresses from an Enfield at Fraizer's residence to a Mauser found by former sporting goods store owner and gun salesman at it by DPD Officer Wietzman (?), and witnessed by Dallas County Deputy Sheriff (1962 officer of the Year) Roger Craig. Then it became Oswald's rifle he never picked up from the Dallas Post office.
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    Marina ... pretty agent for LHO?

    "upward to international finance" Rothchild's, Rockefeller's, DuPont's Bushes etc.?
  12. Ron Bulman

    Prayer Man

    Look a little more. Frazier in later years said words to the effect of he had to protect his family. I.E., if he spoke up and told the truth he had been threatened with the possibility of them being harmed.
  13. Ron Bulman

    When did the Coke Appear?

    How did Bugliosi verify this? He is a questionable resource for some readers/researchers. After all Jim D did write a book refuting his door stop.
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    The plot in Chicago to assassinate JFK in 1963

    Cory, regarding From an Office Building with a High Powered Rifle... first I realize it's not about the Chicago attempt per se. But that attempt did involve a sow turn past a several story warehouse. This book is 220 pages long. Under the title "Documents" at the end 46 of them are such. Mainly FBI reports and memo's, a few from the HSCA. The other parts of the book have 25 more such pages including one of a part of the Miami PD's transcript of the tape of Milteer's conversation with Somerset. One third of the book is documents. It's revealed in the afterword by Livingstone one important one is missing. Pg. 165. "Adams tells us that his investigative 302 [FBI report] on Milteer is missing from the National Archives". The book is $18 on Amazon if you want to read them yourself. The Miami PD transcript part is sourced to the Mary Ferrell site. Echo from Dealy Plaza has no documents reproduced in it. It does have extensive end notes, many of which refer you to United States of Americas v Abraham W Bolden, July 1964, in which he was railroaded on trumped up charges, later disproved, for questioning the Secret Service possible role in the assassination (lack of protection). He was the first black Secret Service agent, first to serve in the White House, at JFK's insistence. He returned to Chicago at his request, due to the discrimination within the SS. There was no report or documentation on it so I guess we'll have to take his word on the noose left on his desk, in the Secret Service Office, in the White house.
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    A Lie Too Big To Fail by Lisa Pease

    A mirror, or tackled by an ACE security guard, and/or a patron in the area alerted by a yell about "stop him, he's getting away". Maybe diverted by the mirror, enabling him to be tackled? Unlike the man seen hurdling couches in the lobby in his haste to get away.
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    Number of shots

    Yes David, I do believe, as I believe a reasonably sound man would conclude, from what I've read in four likely more. And sadly it resulted in blood and roses. https---www.bing.com-search-q=smithereens+blood+and+roses&form=PRUSEN&mkt=en-us&httpsmsn=1&refig=fdc5f223a8.url
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    Number of shots

    Not hardly. That official version you claim to believe in, the Last Investigation of it by the government concluded four shot's. Conspiracy. No, not the five or more they really concluded but Blakey said he couldn't sell. But still four blow's the warren omission to smithereens. https://www.bing.com/search?q=smithereens+blood+and+roses&form=PRUSEN&mkt=en-us&httpsmsn=1&refig=fdc5f223a8fb411a9c09f12b7a1fd099&sp=3&qs=AS&pq=smithereens+blood&sk=AS2&sc=8-17&cvid=fdc5f223a8fb411a9c09f12b7a1fd099
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    The plot in Chicago to assassinate JFK in 1963

    Bolden's book, Echo from Dealt Plaza plainly explains how he was railroaded by the SS/CIA for his perseverance regarding the existence of a plot in Chicago after the assassination in Dallas. Lest we forget he was the first man of color in the Secret Service And on the Whitehouse detail as a result of JFK's demands. He voluntarily returned home to Chicago as a result of intimidation by other SS agents, E.G a noose left at his desk. Then he was framed for another crime after the JFK assassination for pursuing info on the Chicago attempt . From an Office Building with a High Powered Rifle by FBI Agent Don Adams details how his information on Milteer was pigeon holed without his knowledge and he was marginalized afterwards.
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    Number of shots

    Yes, with Dave and Bob quickly following in the next seven posts. Further burying the subject of the topic.
  20. Ron Bulman

    Logic seems to suggest...

    Ron, Lisa Pease mentions this in A Lie Too Big To Fail, pgs. 457-8. Two men reported having seen the pictures, both men were OSS/CIA (one of the pictures described as similar to what you mention seeing). Both were shown the picture by Angleton. I'd read the first story somewhere before but don't think it was as detailed, wherever that was. To summarize, "John Weitz, former OSS officer...dinner party in the fifties. "After a conversation about Hoover... host went to another room and came back with a photograph. It was not a good picture and was clearly taken from some distance away, but it showed two men apparently engaged in homosexual activity, the host said the men were Hoover and Tolson…" This Lisa attributes to a 1978 book, The Real Spy World, by a Miles Copeland. Weitz told author Anthony Summers his host was... James Angleton. "Gordon Novel also sourced a photo of Hoover having sex with Tolson to Angleton." "What I saw was a picture of him giving Clyde Tolson a … more than one shot... startling one was a close shot of the side of Hoovers head. He was totally recognizable." Novell reiterated this same story to me (Lisa) when I talked to him in Las Vegas in 2004". She goes on to detail the Fact that Novel was CIA and that Angleton also showed the pictures to Meyer Lansky.
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    A Lie Too Big To Fail by Lisa Pease

    Well Jim, I did mention in an earlier post that Lisa said in the Forward that you had you had I believe "proofed the first draft(?). Wasn't it closer to a thousand pages at that point?
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    A Lie Too Big To Fail by Lisa Pease

    Since I still can't get edit to work at the moment... I forgot to add for all those who do use twitter, #FreeSirhan.
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    Logic seems to suggest...

    Hoover was afraid of exposure. Therefore the FBI was stymied from any true investigation.
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    A Lie Too Big To Fail by Lisa Pease

    I finally finished this Magnum Opus. I read it slowly, trying to absorb the overwhelming evidence that Sirhan did not shoot Robert Francis Kennedy, or anyone else for that matter. It is a big book physically, almost 6" X 9" pages, 500 of them, not in large print, one diagram, less than half a dozen charts or graphs. No fluff or BS. I feel like I've been run over by a Mack Truck. As RFK Jr. told Sirhan personally, face to face, he, Sirhan is as much of a victim as RFK Jr's father was. He didn't do what he did do willingly, knowingly or intentionally. He was used. I have to conclude personally that: One. Robert Maheu (Once CIA, Always CIA) would not have executed the operation without the approval, if not instruction of the man ultimately in charge of Black Ops at the time, James Jesus Angleton. Two. They had to have been planning the operation well before RFK announced his candidacy, anticipating the possibility. Even though some of the operatives, like Sirhan, were generic. Trained, or programed, on part for any operation that came up where they might be needed. Three. Nixon knew. No he didn't orchestrate it, or ask that it be done. But he knew it was done not for him, but to keep RFK, or any Kennedy from ending the war in Vietnam, and re-opening the investigation into his brother JFK's death among other things. Don Nixon at breakfast on June 6, 1968 in Las Vegas to Robert Maheu: "they embraced, Nixon said "Well, that xxxxx is dead". And Maheu said "Well, it looks like your brother is in now". "Maheu joked that they should be calling Don Nixon "Mr. Vice President now". Four. Just a comment. I never knew Thane Eugene Cesar was employed by Howard Hughes via Robert Maheu (did Hughes even know) or the CIA as a contract agent. I'm not on twitter, where she asks for comments to be placed. Thank You Lisa Pease. You are a True American Patriot for telling the Truth. Thank You. Read the book. Tell me different. https://www.amazon.com/Lie-Too-Big-Fail-Assassination/dp/1627310703/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1547175608&sr=1-1&keywords=a+lie+too+big+to+fail
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