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Glenn Nall

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When I was a boy I read my dad’s copy of Death Of A President, and even at that age realized that there were problems with it. This began in me an ‘interest’ in the crime – a book about Carlos Marcello some time later made some real sense and fanned the flames. When I came across The Yankee and Cowboy War in a thrift store in my early twenties and read that brilliant book, (yes, I’ve since lost it, darn it), I finally understood the enormous impact that these events have had on the country, and why knowing what happened ‘then’ (such a large window) is so vital an element in understanding what has happened to our most fantastic nation, to our democracy and liberties.

I am by no means a natural ‘conspiracy theorist’, but I know a good case when I see one, and my love for my country, my sense of loss of JFK (and RFK, perhaps, and MLK) – the last great chance this country had – and my sense of justice and principle and “right” has led me to read and study, ponder and discuss this beast for the past two-thirds of my life.

I don’t suggest that I’m a JFK scholar – I’m just a fanatic about learning the truth and perhaps being a witness, in some small way, to its exposure once it becomes available. I surely do believe that it will be exposed, to one degree or another, sooner or later. It really does seem that we get closer, inch by inch, every year.

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When I was a boy I read my dad’s copy of Death Of A President, and even at that age realized that there were problems with it. This began in me an ‘interest’ in the crime – a book about Carlos Marcello some time later made some real sense and fanned the flames. When I came across The Yankee and Cowboy War in a thrift store in my early twenties and read that brilliant book, (yes, I’ve since lost it, darn it), I finally understood the enormous impact that these events have had on the country, and why knowing what happened ‘then’ (such a large window) is so vital an element in understanding what has happened to our most fantastic nation, to our democracy and liberties.

I am by no means a natural ‘conspiracy theorist’, but I know a good case when I see one, and my love for my country, my sense of loss of JFK (and RFK, perhaps, and MLK) – the last great chance this country had – and my sense of justice and principle and “right” has led me to read and study, ponder and discuss this beast for the past two-thirds of my life.

I don’t suggest that I’m a JFK scholar – I’m just a fanatic about learning the truth and perhaps being a witness, in some small way, to its exposure once it becomes available. I surely do believe that it will be exposed, to one degree or another, sooner or later. It really does seem that we get closer, inch by inch, every year.

I’m just a fanatic about learning the truth and perhaps being a witness, in some small way, to its exposure once it becomes available.

Interesting bio, Glenn.

I remember the events of the weekend JFK was killed very well. Then the Warren Report came out which raised many more questions than it answered, then I read 6 Seconds in Dallas in '67 and one heck of a lot of books since then. I tend to cull many more books now than I used to because I have gotten so tired of reading the same old LHO fired 3 shots from the snipers nest and that's it. The Nutters have quite a few variations on that theme but basically they all stand at attention and snap their heels when the assassination is mentioned as if they have special insight. Seems as if I now spend most time reading books that are variations on 'the establisment' Military, Industrial, Oil Men of Dallas, CIA and SS doing the hit which was approved by LBJ and Hoover was in charge of covering it up.

I don't know why so many (seems like) on this forum seem to want to inject Edwin Walker. I've never read anything logical that links Walker at all.

I don't think anyone will ever 'prove' anything so we'll all die wondering why the truth can't come out.

Just thought I would give you a few comments in response to your bio. I enjoy reading what you write, most of the time.

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i don't want you to enjoy my writing, in this context; i just wish you'd understand it, so when you disagree you'd know what the hell you're disagreeing with.

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i don't want you to enjoy my writing, in this context; i just wish you'd understand it, so when you disagree you'd know what the hell you're disagreeing with.

Oh, I always understand you and your intent, I suppose that's what seems to bug you. I don't write to instigate controversy, I attempt to do it so that I can share my thoughts and understand the thoughts of the person I'm reading. I always try to enjoy reading, I'm afraid i wouldn't do as much as I do if I didn't enjoy it.

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Oh, I always understand you and your intent...

I don't write to instigate controversy...

...and understand the thoughts of the person I'm reading.

these are reasons i really do consider your thoughts superfluous. you are blind.

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