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YOU CAN NOW ORDER THE BOOK RIGHT FROM ME! AUTOGRAPHED AND PERSONALLY INSCRIBED. While the list price is 19.95 and Amazon lists it at 15.42 (NOT including postage and handling), for the flat price of 13 dollars, you can get a copy (16 dollars if out of the USA). Send me a private message on facebook or e-mail me at vincebethel@yahoo.com

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the ultimate medical evidence book---selling very well in tandem with David Talbot's masterpiece on Amazon

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Congratulations, Vince, on your new book. It appears to be a solid contribution to knowledge about the assassination. I hope it receives the book reviews it deserves in the mass media.

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Thanks, Karl and Doug. I think there is some merit to the Lifton/ Horne studies, so to speak.

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Vince,

I look forward to receiving your book from Amazon. Thanks.

Do you believe the SS was culpable in JFK's murder? Not the cover-up, the murder.

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I think there is some merit to the Lifton/ Horne studies, so to speak.

Only "some merit...so to speak", Vince?

Come now, my good man. You can surely do better than "some merit...so to speak", can't you? :)

Or does a book which has at its core a theory that only deserves "some merit" usually qualify for a Pulitzer Prize, which is an honor you said Doug Horne's five-volume tome was worthy of in 2009?....

Quoting Vince P.:

"Douglas P. Horne, the author of this latest masterpiece, "Inside The Assassination Records Review Board," has achieved a literary feat worthy of a Pulitzer Prize. .... I recently admonished people in the research community (of which I am one) to, quote, "get a life" (shades of William Shatner, huh?). Well, disregard that bit of advice: instead, GET DOUGLAS P. HORNE'S BOOKS...NOW! 5 PLUS STARS; THE HIGHEST RATING HUMANLY POSSIBLE." -- Vincent Palamara; December 16, 2009

Amazon.com/review/R23U3HRSNOQ2X3

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"Vince Palamara almost certainly now DOES think the body was altered. And that's because Vince P. thinks Doug Horne's book is worthy of a "Pulitzer Prize". And, guess what, Doug Horne firmly believes that JFK's body was altered before the autopsy. So, surely, Palamara must now believe the body was altered as well. .... But Doug Horne has a way of SEEMING to be "reasonable" when he tells his fantastic and utterly insane tales. And apparently Horne has been able to suck Mr. Palamara into his vacuum of silliness. And that's a shame, but it's not totally unexpected, given Palamara's track record on flip-flops, with Vincent's five-star review for Jim Douglass' 2008 book being a prime example of Palamara not knowing which direction to turn regarding the JFK murder case. The review linked above, btw, was written by Mr. Palamara almost a full year AFTER he had gone on record endorsing Vince Bugliosi's "Reclaiming History" as the book that delivered a "devastating knock-out blow" to all conspiracies connected with the Kennedy assassination; which, of course, would INCLUDE Doug Horne's theories about Z-Film alteration, "two brains", and body-altering surgery, because Horne's theories about these things certainly didn't just rise from the ashes in the last few days or weeks. Horne has touted such nonsense for YEARS, with Bugliosi even tackling Horne's theories in "Reclaiming History"." -- David Von Pein; December 17, 2009

JFK-Archives.blogspot.com / Search Results For "Vincent Palamara"

Edited by David Von Pein

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I think there is some merit to the Lifton/ Horne studies, so to speak.

Only "some merit...so to speak", Vince?

Come now, my good man. You can surely do better than "some merit...so to speak", can't you? :)

Or does a book which has at its core a theory that only deserves "some merit" usually qualify for a Pulitzer Prize, which is an honor you said Doug Horne's five-volume tome was worthy of in 2009?....

Quoting Vince P.:

"Douglas P. Horne, the author of this latest masterpiece, "Inside The Assassination Records Review Board," has achieved a literary feat worthy of a Pulitzer Prize. .... I recently admonished people in the research community (of which I am one) to, quote, "get a life" (shades of William Shatner, huh?). Well, disregard that bit of advice: instead, GET DOUGLAS P. HORNE'S BOOKS...NOW! 5 PLUS STARS; THE HIGHEST RATING HUMANLY POSSIBLE." -- Vincent Palamara; December 16, 2009

Amazon.com/review/R23U3HRSNOQ2X3

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"Vince Palamara almost certainly now DOES think the body was altered. And that's because Vince P. thinks Doug Horne's book is worthy of a "Pulitzer Prize". And, guess what, Doug Horne firmly believes that JFK's body was altered before the autopsy. So, surely, Palamara must now believe the body was altered as well. .... But Doug Horne has a way of SEEMING to be "reasonable" when he tells his fantastic and utterly insane tales. And apparently Horne has been able to suck Mr. Palamara into his vacuum of silliness. And that's a shame, but it's not totally unexpected, given Palamara's track record on flip-flops, with Vincent's five-star review for Jim Douglass' 2008 book being a prime example of Palamara not knowing which direction to turn regarding the JFK murder case. The review linked above, btw, was written by Mr. Palamara almost a full year AFTER he had gone on record endorsing Vince Bugliosi's "Reclaiming History" as the book that delivered a "devastating knock-out blow" to all conspiracies connected with the Kennedy assassination; which, of course, would INCLUDE Doug Horne's theories about Z-Film alteration, "two brains", and body-altering surgery, because Horne's theories about these things certainly didn't just rise from the ashes in the last few days or weeks. Horne has touted such nonsense for YEARS, with Bugliosi even tackling Horne's theories in "Reclaiming History"." -- David Von Pein; December 17, 2009

JFK-Archives.blogspot.com / Search Results For "Vincent Palamara"

Yes, but DVP Vince is free to believe what he chooses. Some are not free to believe what they choose

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Vince,

I look forward to receiving your book from Amazon. Thanks.

Do you believe the SS was culpable in JFK's murder? Not the cover-up, the murder.

Do you believe the SS was culpable in JFK's murder? I do

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Vince [Palamara] is free to believe what he chooses.

And to hell with the evidence (as well as ordinary common sense), right Ken?

Do you believe the SS was culpable in JFK's murder? I do.

As long as they can pretend Oswald didn't fire a shot at anyone on 11/22, most Internet CTers are happy.

Kenneth Drew, therefore, is delirious with ecstasy.

Edited by David Von Pein

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As long as they can pretend Oswald didn't fire a shot at anyone on 11/22, most Internet CTers are happy.

Well, there *is* more evidence that Oswald didn't fire the rifle that day than there is that he did.

And there *is* more evidence that Oswald was framed as the buyer of the Carcano than there is that he actually bought it.

And for your information, David, it isn't the goal of CTers to clear Oswald's name. It is their goal to find the truth.

But deep down you know that, don't you David.

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Good one Sandy

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And there *is* more evidence that Oswald was framed as the buyer of the Carcano than there is that he actually bought it.

You should be thoroughly embarrassed at having written the above nonsense, Sandy.

The-Oswald-Never-Ordered-The-Rifle-Myth-

Now, to get back on topic....

JFK--From-Parkland-To-Bethesda.png

Edited by David Von Pein

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And there *is* more evidence that Oswald was framed as the buyer of the Carcano than there is that he actually bought it.

You should be thoroughly embarrassed at having written the above nonsense, Sandy.

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Now, to get back on topic....

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well hells-bells, here you go and say that, "get back on topic stuff," yet you run from the truth and facts on AMAZON...

Ya need to get that old act together... Very curious?

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And there *is* more evidence that Oswald was framed as the buyer of the Carcano than there is that he actually bought it.

You should be thoroughly embarrassed at having written the above nonsense, Sandy.

Let's make a deal David.

I'll read and study your article if you demonstrate how it was possible for LHO to have paid for the rifle given that the money order he supposedly used to pay for it was never processed. The proof for this is on the money order itself... or rather, not on it. For the money order has no Federal Reserve Bank markings on its back. Or its front.

If that can't be explained, then what we have here is evidence Oswald was framed.

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Sandy,

The C2766 rifle was positively mailed by Klein's to Oswald's P.O. Box in Dallas. Waldman No. 7 proves that fact. And the money order was stamped by Klein's. So Klein's was definitely PAID the $21.45 for the rifle, and Klein's did the processing on their end by depositing it into their bank account. And that money order has Oswald's writing all over it.

Oswald ordered that rifle.
Klein's shipped that rifle to PO Box 2915.

Klein's received payment for that rifle (otherwise, of course, they never would have generated the order form which became Waldman Exhibit No. 7).
Case closed.

Waldman-Exhibit-7.jpg

Edited by David Von Pein

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