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Rich Pope

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  1. Mac Wallace fingerprint?

    You still cannot ignore the fingerprint on a box, in a building where Wallace had no business being.
  2. Prayer Man

    B.A. Copeland, I try to put myself in the shoes of others to figure out their actions and motives. There is a book I once read, and I'm sorry I can't remember the title, but the theory went that Malcolm Wallace was on the 6th floor along with someone operating a radio. Oswald was there too, but Wallace lied to Oswald and said the motorcade was running late. Wallace told Oswald to go get him a Coke while they wait. Of course the motorcade was on time, Oswald was on the second floor getting the coke for Wallace and then everything went down. Imagine being in the lunch room looking at a Coke machine hearing gunshots and screaming. At that moment Oswald realized xxxx's going to happen.
  3. Prayer Man

    I hope I don't get into trouble posting another comment about Prayer Man. I had never heard of this theory until last year. I found it a fascinating idea however, when I look at the pictures of the front entrance to the TSBD, I can't tell anything because the quality is so poor. One person, I don't remember who said it was Oswald holding a cheese sandwich (apparently Oswald loved cheese sandwiches and ate them often for lunch). Another person said it was Oswald holding his camera (the Imperial Reflex). I simply can't imagine that if the President were driving by my place of business that I wouldn't be out there with a camera taking pictures. It seems like a perfectly logical thing to do as far as I'm concerned. Is anyone aware of more clear pictures that might help me see Prayer Man better so I can form an idea of what I think?
  4. Roscoe White

    The information about Lucien Sarti was a deathbed confession of E. Howard Hunt. William Harvey offered the contract to Sarti who reportedly accepted it. If evidence requires me to actually be speaking to people and they admit it to me during that conversations, then that would be too high a threshold to surmount, not just for me but for anyone else for that matter. What we need to be asking is, is that person who confessed what they saw or heard a credible witness? I'll let you decide whether or not Sarti was a shooter or a figment of E. Howard Hunt's imagination.
  5. Roscoe White

    Paul, I just told you where I got it. Witness Gordon Arnold. Don't tell me you think he's lying.
  6. Roscoe White

    Lucien Sarti was a French Assassin who shot from behind the fence of the grassy knoll. Witness Gordon Arnold, who was filming the parade, heard a shot whiz by his left ear and even a second shot once he hit the ground. A person dressed as a police officer, but not wearing a hat and with filthy hands kicked Arnold and asked if he had been taking pictures of the motorcade. Arnold said he was and the fake police officer took the film away, leaving Arnold the camera because it belonged to his mother. Whether you believe it or not, this is the first person Lee Bowers saw. The second person, more heavy set needs a little more digging.
  7. Roscoe White

    Paul, I've decided to contact people individually so that my information is not public. I will be sending you a private message. It's vital I provide you with some documentation before we commence with the names, places and other pertinent items. I'm already in contact with a member of this forum but I trust you so I'm willing to mail you some things that will first give you a handle on some things. Please be patient. Rich
  8. Roscoe White

    I'm still asking and anyone is welcome to offer their opinion, if Lee Bowers saw two gentlemen behind the fence of the grassy knoll, two men that he considered to be strangers because everyone else he saw he recognized, who might these two men be? Any thoughts? And again, Paul...Just because YOU don't have the answers to certain questions, doesn't mean someone ELSE doesn't have the answers. Even Lee Bowers had much more information that he chose not to share with the government, but he did share with friends and his pastor before he died. Maybe you think there is a correlation between how many books you've read or how many years you've studied to how much truth you really know. I'm sorry to break it to you, but life doesn't work that way. My father hadn't read one book about JFK because he didn't have to. He heard it first hand as LBJ talked to many different people. He knew the names, the locations of the shooters, the person who delivered the final head shot and everything else. To be honest, he probably regretted ever hearing those things. But, like I said...life doesn't work that way. Let's take Carlos Marcello and Santo Trafficante for example. Wiretaps were instrumental in gaining information pertaining to the JFK assassination. We have the confessions of New Orleans Mafia Godfather Carlos Marcello confessing his involvement in the JFK assassination on several occasions. We also have conversations which reveal Florida Mafia Godfather Santo Trafficante expressing involvement in the assassination, even making a deathbed statement to his attorney, Frank Ragano. What about conversations that took place between Santo Trafficante and Miami businessman, Jose Aleman, in 1963, shortly before the assassination: Trafficante: "Have you seen how his brother is hitting Hoffa...mark my word, this man Kennedy is in trouble and will get what is coming to him." Jose Aleman: "Kennedy will be re-elected". Trafficante: "You don't understand me. Kennedy's not going to make it to the election. He is going to be hit". Afterwards... Jimmy Hoffa: " I told you they could do it. I'll never forget what Carlos and Santo did for me". Carlos Marcello: "When you see Jimmy, you tell him he owes me and he owes me big. I had the little son-of-a-bitch killed, and I'd do it again...I wish I could have done it myself". And after Giancana was murdered, Trafficante said, "Now there's only two people alive who know who killed Kennedy, and they ain't talkin'". Trafficante on his deathbed to his attorney: "Carlos xxxxed up. We should have not have killed John. We should have killed Bobby." This is just a small sampling of all the wiretapped conversations we have.
  9. My theory on who fired the fatal shot

    I'm new still but please let me offer some advice...Let's be kind to each other. Everyone is attached to their own ideas and they have personal ownership in them. Even when you challenge a person's ideas and not the person directly, you can still hurt their feelings. Even the smallest amount of sarcasm in the form of an emoji or in the form of words can sting. Every mother who ever said the phrase sticks and stones was wrong. Words, no matter how well concealed, can hurt.
  10. Tommy, I have. Please allow me to clarify. The local school district wanted me to write a book for the 8th grade students because their textbooks didn't cover the assassination of JFK. Their book did mention he was assassinated, but it doesn't go into detail. So, I wrote the book for them (at their expense) and it is used in the classroom to supplement the textbook. My future goal is to write a book geared towards adults which will be much longer in length and contain more details adults could keep track of. That's one of the reasons I enjoy this forum because everyone knows so much in terms of minute details. So please allow me to ask again. E. Howard Hunt mentions a French Gunman on the Grassy Knoll. Is there a possibility of that person being Lucien Sarti? Thanks, Rich
  11. Thomas, Thanks. So when E. Howard Hunt mentioned the French Shooter he wasn't referring to Lucien Sarti? He's a Corsican assassin as well. Rich
  12. Thomas, Please forgive me. I don't know who Soutre or Metz are. I don't know who Mr. T is and I don't know who Igor is. Could you help me out with this? Rich
  13. When did the Coke Appear?

    Doesn't anyone find it odd that the President of the United States is driving right in front of your building and you are not outside with everyone else watching or taking pictures? I'm sorry but this simply doesn't make sense. And according to Marina Oswald, her husband admired Kennedy. He liked his policies. I truly believe that Prayer Man is Oswald taking pictures with his Imperial Reflex camera. If you aren't willing to go that far, then may Oswald was eating his favorite lunch (a cheese sandwich) and watching the parade from just outside the door. I find it difficult to believe that Oswald was on the first floor and didn't buy is all-time favorite soda, Dr. Pepper and came to the second floor to buy a Coke. The only reason he would do this would be if the Dr. Pepper machine wasn't working or was out of Dr. Pepper.
  14. Roscoe White

    Lee Bowers wasn't highly educated however no one questions his testimony. Only a fool would question Lee Bower's testimony as he is the most important witness to what happened on and behind the fence of the grassy knoll.
  15. Thomas, You're right! A person doesn't have to write a book to prove what they know. This forum is a rough place at times, if you present something and try to back it up with facts and sources, people still hammer you to death because they disagree with you. I would be interested in knowing what your thoughts are about something. On the day of the assassination when Lee Bowers, whom I consider to be the best witness to multiple shooters in Dallas, as he had a bird's eye view of Dealey Plaza from a high spot looking down toward the grassy knoll, reported seeing one" middle-aged" man who was "fairly heavyset" wearing a white shirt and dark trousers. Bowers also reported seeing a man in his "mid-twenties" wearing either a plaid shirt or plaid coat. These men were the only two strangers in the area. Do you have an opinion as to who these two men might have been? Rich
  16. Thomas, If you read Joseph McBride's book, "Into the Nightmare" you will see on pages 221 and 222 that GDM and the Paine's were the handler's for the Oswald's. What books have you written Thomas? Please, let me know so I can purchase them and read them. Thanks in advance.
  17. Rich Pope

    Okay...My copy of "Into the Nightmare" by Joseph McBride just arrived today. I guess I didn't realize this book is 675 pages long. It will be a while before I can comment on it.
  18. Rich Pope

    When officer JD Tippit (car #10) pulled-up to the boarding house where Lee Oswald was staying, Tippit honks the horn on his car twice. I believe this was a code to Oswald to go to one of the many safehouses in Oak Cliff. However, Oswald goes to the bus stop, stands there for about 30 seconds and then takes off on foot. It has been my belief that Oswald was headed towards Jack Ruby's apartment before feeling it necessary to duck into the Texas Theatre. But I did read somewhere that when Oswald was in the theatre, he went from person to person in the dark as if he was trying to locate someone, possibly a handler. Any thoughts?
  19. If you have an extra 2,800,000 laying around, you can purchase LBJ's ranch house located at 377 Shiloh in Johnson City, Texas.
  20. GDM was a CIA asset and Lee Harvey Oswald's handler.
  21. Rich Pope

  22. Judyth Vary Baker

    At the time of the assassination, Southwestern Bell Telephone Company was the only telephone company in the state of Texas. In 1994, my father retired as Vice Chairman of Southwestern Bell Corporation, as President and Chief Executive Officer of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, and as Chief Financial Officer for Southwestern Bell Telephone Corporation. Back in 1963, David Ferry was supplied a WATS line number. David Ferry passed the number to Judyth Vary Baker and she and Lee Oswald were able to talk on the phone without any telephone charges being accrued. When my mother passed-away in 2013, my brothers and I had to go through her home to prepare for an estate sale. There was a cardboard box with "1963" written on the outside of the box. I thought that since my older brother was born in 1963, it was a box meant for him. I imagined it contained some baby clothes, a baby book and other things related to my brother. When I saw the contents of the box, it was full of papers and handwritten notes concerning JFK as well as a handwritten letter from Lady Bird Johnson to my mother on the first lady's personal letterhead. I'm currently in the process of trying to get all of the contents of that box and as I get more things from it, I'll post them here.
  23. Let me offer some information. The people who work for the CIA are called, "Officers", not "Agents". If I'm in clandestine services and I turn someone in Russia to give me information for money, I'm the officer and the person I turn is the agent. And that's my entire job, turning people to give me what I want. If the person is poor, I can offer money. If the person is socially awkward, a pretty girl can usually get the job done. Maybe the person has a sick child. Then offering free medical treatment in the US for important information will work. The trick is finding what the person needs and then making a deal.
  24. Rich Pope

    Paul, Thanks for the questions and your explanation about the WC. My father's vantage point was listening into phone conversations between LBJ and Edward A. Clark, as well as LBJ and J. Edgar Hoover. There are other conversations with different people as well. Because my father oversaw the installation of the telephony equipment at LBJ's Ranch in Johnson City, Texas, it was his job to make sure the system was highly secure and working properly. The only thing I'm not sure about is....was my father just curious or was he asked by someone in the government to listen in and then report what he heard. Something very odd was after my father died and we started going through his things we found all sorts of stuff. For example, the combination on his brief case was 007. He had a stock certificate in a frame hanging on the wall when Southwestern Bell became a stand-alone company after Divestiture. He had stock number 007. Not stock number 001, or 002 like you would imagine. And even though he had several firearms, his favorite was a Walther PPK. I'm sure you recognize this as the famed handgun of James Bond. Paul, you really would have liked my father. You're both very intelligent and you probably could have spent hours talking about the assassination and comparing notes. Rich
  25. It isn't possible. Lee Harvey Oswald's handler was George de Mohrenschildt. You only have one handler, that's it.