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Rich Pope

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    Prayer Man

    Could Prayer Man be LHO with his Imperial Reflex camera?
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    A Lie Too Big To Fail by Lisa Pease

    It can be more than one person, too. QJ/WIN1...QJ/WIN2... Etc...
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    Too Much Static

    I wish I had a bigger brain. This entire forum is so full of "static" I can't make sense of half of it and it keeps growing daily. I just don't think we really have it. If we did, the government would be knocking on our doors like in the book, The Inheritance.
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    Too Much Static

    David, Good points. I don't know.
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    Too Much Static

    Paul, You're right. The Joint Chiefs did want a false flag near the end of 1963. And, yes...JFK would have none of it. I'll do some digging to see if I can find out if LBJ was presented with the same offer.
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    Too Much Static

    They didn't feel like they could wait until the next election. Time was of the essence. Russia had missiles in Cuba and the fear of WWIII was creating an urgency. Now, I have studied the idea that an Operation Northwoods type scenario was used as a reason to invade Cuba. I believe 9/11 was based on the ideas put forth in Operation Northwoods.
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    Too Much Static

    James Angleton was convinced there was a mole leaking intelligence information to Russia. Since at the time, only a handful of people in Washington received intelligence reports, Angleton had an idea. He would place different identifiers in each report so that on the surface, all of the intelligence reports appeared to be identical when in fact, they weren't. Then Angleton checked with his source in Russia and found the person leaking the information and that person was JFK. Yes, there were a lot of people mad at JFK. We've all seen the list...the mob, big oil, military-industrial, Hoover, Dulles, etc...but JFK was seen as a national security risk when it was apparent he was leaking US intelligence.
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    Too Much Static

    It's good to have a sense of humor, even though we spend a lot of time talking about such a serious topic. But as I just posted, JFK was a national security risk. That's why he was murdered.
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    Too Much Static

    Look, it's easy. JFK was seen as a threat to national security. Executive action was the only option. Now you know the "why" you've been searching for. You're welcome.
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    Too Much Static

    You're a silly, silly man.
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    Too Much Static

    I know they work triple-time to cover up Why. I've been here and I've seen it discussed by David Talbot, Jim DiEugenio, and several others. You're not going to get the "why", ever.
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    Never a phone call

    Julia Postal, the person who was working in the Texas Theatre the day Oswald slipped into the movies without buying a ticket claimed she called police. However, because of all the commotion from the assassination, this phone call never went through. The telephone lines were all tied-up. Researcher Jones Harris interviewed Ms. Postal and asked her if she had in fact sold a ticket to Oswald, she burst into tears and left the room. A short time later, Harris again asked Postal if she had in fact sold a ticket to Oswald and got the same response. From Postal's refusal to answer this question and her reaction being the same, Harris believes that Postal did in fact sell Oswald a theater ticket but was forced to lie to protect her own life.
  13. If I had inherited JFK's gold Cartier watch, I would NEVER sell it. I don't care if I needed the money for a house or not. It would stay in the family FOREVER.
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    Too Much Static

    David, Have you seen his book? He provides copies of everything at the end of the book. Now, as I have said before...I view this book to be historical fiction. I also enjoyed reading it. What I think would happen is that if someone posted something on this site, as well as other sites that was "too close for comfort", the government would remove it.
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    TSBD Shooters

    What do you think of these two shooters on the 6th floor of the TSBD: 1. Malcolm Wallace 2. Frank Sturgis Rich
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    Then went outside to watch the P. parade

    That's a scary thought. My wife has taught school, 3rd grade for 30 years and they teach cursive handwriting. Like I said in a previous post, I called the curriculum coordinators for several school districts and they all teach cursive in 3rd grade, some even introduce it at the very end of second grade.
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    TSBD Shooters

    David, You are probably right.
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    Then went outside to watch the P. parade

    I don't want it changed at all. Besides, what female wants a Valentine's Day card written in block letters? How romantic is that? Guys, step-up your game! Practice your cursive and throw in a few love letters to your better half!
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    Then went outside to watch the P. parade

    Every police interrogation I've ever seen in the movies or on tv shows the first thing every interrogation begins with...the police plopping down a tape recorder and hitting the record button. Yet, the Dallas Police didn't do this. Hmm....They said the room was small. Too small for a compact tape recorder? Give me a break.
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    Shell Casings

    Did investigators test for fingerprints on the shell casings of the Carcano? People are good about wiping down the gun itself, but forget to wear latex gloves when loading the magazine of a rifle.
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    Then went outside to watch the P. parade

    John, When the kids ask "why" they have to learn cursive they are told because without it, they would not be able to read any of the founding father's documents like the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution of the United States. I'm not sure the kids really want to read these documents, but that's the reason given.
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    TSBD Shooters

    B.A. Copeland, Thanks for your kind response. I know the Wallace fingerprint has been challenged. But Wallace as an LBJ hit man rings true to the very end for me. As a side note, as a former Operations Officer I would NEVER give-up the name of my case officer. Also, I'm not quite sure what type of request Sturgis filed with the CIA but if I were to file say an FOIA request, I would neither get ANYTHING confirming nor denying my employment from the CIA. What I did get was a copy of my Notification of Personnel action when I was first hired.
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    Then went outside to watch the P. parade

    Bart, DVP is the kind of person who believes that negative publicity is better than no publicity at all. I honestly think that everyone should just place him on ignore and never respond to anything he has to say. He'll get bored and move on.
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    Then went outside to watch the P. parade

    John, That's not true. My wife is a 3rd grade teacher and they teach cursive to their students. Just to be sure it wasn't just her school district, I called the Rockwood School District (the best in Missouri and one of the best in the nation) and they teach it, then I called a private school (Torah Prep in Missouri) and they teach it, then I called a rural school district Troy RIII and they still teach it. Now as the students get older and the teachers get more lazy, in middle school and high school the teachers write on the board with manuscript so some of the skills might get lost. But it is still a requirement, at least in the state of Missouri.
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