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New Pseudonyms and Aliases Project at Mary Ferrell Foundation

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To all - 

We have a new Pseudonyms and Aliases project underway at the Mary Ferrell Foundation.  

Come over and take a look.  There's a lot of good new leads there, with a lot more to come.

The same with the cryptonym page.

We are always looking for new submissions and suggestions.  Bill

 

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It's very gratifying to see that RXZIM has been added to the cryptonym page.  Even though the listing seems to go to unusual lengths to suggest it may not be true....

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.... it's real progress to at least acknowledge Mr. Wilcott's long-suppressed assertion.  One thing I'd like to add is that Mr. Wilcott several times referred to "Oswald or the Oswald Project."  Thank you for your efforts on this.  Most worthwhile.

Edited by Jim Hargrove

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3 hours ago, Jim Hargrove said:

It's very gratifying to see that RXZIM has been added to the cryptonym page.  Even though the listing seems to go to unusual lengths to suggest it may not be true....

The thing is, Wilcott is the only source of the hearsay information and even he wasn't sure. He testified under oath that he couldn't remember the crypt or who told him. Before the supportive audience at the Cuban Tribunal he repeated that the crypt was "something like" RX-ZIM "or a crypto of this kind with 2 consonants and 3 or 4 pronounceable letters."  So, Mary Ferrell is being very prudent when they call it speculative.

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8 minutes ago, W. Tracy Parnell said:

The thing is, Wilcott is the only source of the hearsay information and even he wasn't sure. He testified under oath that he couldn't remember the crypt or who told him. Before the supportive audience at the Cuban Tribunal he repeated that the crypt was "something like" RX-ZIM "or a crypto of this kind with 2 consonants and 3 or 4 pronounceable letters."  So, Mary Ferrell is being very prudent when they call it speculative.

Tracy, if you please, don’t derail this thread. It has nothing to do with RXZIM or Wilcott. It’s not even about Cryptonyms. It actually a very cool opportunity to get in a very fun and interesting endeavor. 

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Bill’s list is wide open. I am sure they could have packed it full over a lunch break. But they left it wide open for the participation of others. And they are generous about giving credit to participants.

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9 hours ago, Michael Clark said:

Tracy, if you please, don’t derail this thread. It has nothing to do with RXZIM or Wilcott. It’s not even about Cryptonyms. It actually a very cool opportunity to get in a very fun and interesting endeavor. 

Michael,

Actually, I’m the one who brought up the RXZIM cryptonym for “Oswald.”  The Pseudonyms and Aliases list is closely related to the Cryptonym list.  In fact, there is a hyperlink to the Cryptonym list right on the Mary Ferrell page Bill Simpich pointed to in the OP.

Despite the obvious caution, it is real progress to get RXZIM on the list.  The current status will probably always exist.  My bet is that every reference everywhere to RXZIM began being scrubbed immediately after the assassination of JFK.

In his note above, Mr. Parnell didn’t mention that, from the HSCA’s own notes, it is obvious that Wilcott wasn’t allowed to fully testify under oath, and that Wilcott  had to agree “to not reveal specifics of specific questions.”  

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Everyone should note that we go to as much effort as possible citing the source documents and materials from which all the crypts, pseudo's and aliases are developed.  That allows everyone to make their own call as to how reliable they are;  some are extremely well corroborated but of course others may be single sourced, making them speculative.  The whole idea is for everyone to be able to see the sources behind the listings.  In many cases we have a number of back and forth debates in reviews before taking something live and continue to make modifications, even with the crypts.....its a work in progress and one that requires a huge amount of pure slogging in the documents.   The good news is that we can now understand some sets of documents far better than we could even a few years ago.

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Bump for edit, 

this ended up as a duplicate, below.

 

Michael Choaden is David Atled Phillips, or so I have read.

 

 

Edited by Michael Clark

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1 hour ago, Bart Kamp said:

Bart, thank you very much.

From above AMCORE link 

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“AMCORE-2 was issued an operational approval for use in JMATE psych operations in September, 1960 and was contacted by Michael C Choaden (using alias Donald  P. BARTON) and John P. Haskllstrom (using alias Fred Martins).

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Michael Choaden is David Atlee Phillips, or so I have read.

 

@Bill Simpich

 

Edited by Michael Clark

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Posted (edited)

Bart Kamp shared the following:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eOYiw3cMzte8HB70Jh5xbBAhB5R_Pv5u/view

 

Sharing as Adobe Document Cloud Doc for testing. Please let me know how this works.

https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A659a852b-b91d-4df2-8bb1-b7c3405631ed

 

AMPAL-1   Alias:  Joe Anderson

AMPAL-2   Not in MFF

AMPAL-3   Not in MFF  Alias: Gordon R Hawlott

Edited by Michael Clark

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Posted (edited)

@Bart Kamp I am sharing these finds with the Mary Ferrell site and crediting you for the find. They make note of, and credit for the share. I just wanted you to know that you can be credited for the share by sending these to them:

 

78D7B846-0D63-4411-8654-26A57FC199C2.jpe

Edited by Michael Clark

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Posted (edited)

Thank you, but the credit goes to Malcolm Blunt.

I merely digitise them.

Furthermore all the files are grouped on this web page already.

Edited by Bart Kamp

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