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  1. I also have my doubts about the official story of 9/11. The official report on WTC7 said it fell due to office fires, yet here John Kerry believes otherwise:
  2. Interesting radio show. I know O'Neill wants to sell books, but it would be nice to have a little more information in the interviews he does. Better order the book I suppose!
  3. I was interested to read the comments about Bugliosi. Sort of questions his credibility over the JFK stuff.
  4. Interesting article about Manson and Vincent Bugliosi. "...people who worked with Bugliosi in the D.A.’s office, and the cops, the majority of them didn’t trust him. I found plenty of documentary evidence that Bugliosi procured false testimony, withheld evidence, and covered up information during the trial, and that law enforcement knew a lot more about the family’s potential for violence even before the murders." https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/spotlight/journalist-misses-his-deadline-on-manson-article-by-20-years/ar-AAF2BLW?li=BBoPWjQ&ocid
  5. This is what it says on Spartacus: Kilgallen was keen to interview Jack Ruby. She went to see Ruby's lawyer Joe Tonahill and claimed she had a message for his client from a mutual friend. It was only after this message was delivered that Ruby agreed to be interviewed by Kilgallen. The interview with Ruby lasted eight minutes. No one else was there. Even the guards agreed to wait outside. Officially, Kilgallen never told anyone about what Ruby said to her during this interview. Nor did she publish any information she obtained from the interview.
  6. From what I read Kilgallen was allowed in with Ruby alone. The prison officer and Rubys lawyer weren't even present.
  7. "Briefly, Bernard Thomas was a driver for the Ministry of Agriculture and waited for the minister's wife who was about to come out from Willard Hotel. He parked the limo outside the designated parking area and this was the moment when Lee Oswald allegedly exited the hotel and started to accost the driver for illegal parking. The nervous driver saw another governmental car in which an agent named George (Hickey?) was sitting and that agent recommended Thomas to keep a good eye on Oswald. Thomas then saw a local police officer who also came nearer to the scene and saw Oswald. It was at this moment when Lee Oswald decided to leave the scene. Thus, three people saw Lee Oswald in Washington, DC on Friday, the 27th September 1963." If true this sounds very much like hes trying to attract attention to himself....i wonder if it was another impersonator?
  8. Quite interesting documentary about Mark Lane: Citizen Lane
  9. I'm presuming the makers of this film have had access to Mrs Paine: https://www.jfkpaine.com/ Very interested in seeing this film when its finished.
  10. I didnt say I'm a researcher. I came here to see what information real researchers had to say on the matter. I got all of what I wrote from the radio show. I came here for information on the topic. I'm not a researcher. Thank you for the information you posted though.
  11. I'm just listening to a radio show about Dorothy Kilgallen. It mentions that Dorothy got information from someone else that she published in an article. This information was about a meeting, 8 days before the assassination, between Jack Ruby, Officer Tippitt and Bernard Wiseman at Rubys club. Supposedly the Warren Commission knew about this meeting and choose to ignore it as they had been told a fourth man was at it (a Texan oilman). Does anyone have anymore information about this meeting? Has this been written about before? Who was Bernard Wiseman? Thanks in advance.
  12. Off topic a bit...but theres a more interesting link with Operation 40 and John Lennons murder. José Sanjenís Perdomo was a member of Operation 40 and recruited most of its members. He happened to be the doorman of the Dakota the night John Lennon was assassinated, as the regular doorman was ill. More research on Lennons death and Operation 40 would be interesting.
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