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William F. Buckley and the Assassination of JFK

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In researching the background of this man, last year,

http://news.google.com/archivesearch?ei=-U...co&ie=UTF-8

New York Times - Jan 7, 1941

William R. Davis, international oil operator, is expected to arrive in Mexico City Saturday together with Austin Taylor, described as his partner.

who turned out to be Nazi abwehr agent C-80 and the father of Joseph Graham Davis , who turned out to be the father of Joseph Graham Davis Jr. , AKA former California governor, Gray Davis ,

....I stumbled on the fact that William F. Buckley Jr. was married to the daughter of an entirely different "Austin Taylor" than the man of that name who was the partner of William Rhodes Davis. Buckley's father-in-law. Major Austin C. Taylor, mining engineer, was the wealthiest and most powerful man in British Columbia, and had the background of WWI resources board member Samuel Bush, WWII architect of Japanese American internment, John McCloy, and all-star horse breeder, Will Farish III, all rolled into one individual.

I am most fascinated by the common actions, traits, and career paths of these elite, politically connected men, right down to their war profiteering, "master race" authoritarianism, horse breeding, and right wing to the point of neo-fascist orientation and practice.

How could it possibly all be coincidence, as it is sustained through intermarriage and handed off to succeeding generations,

as in the example of "Skull and Bones"?

http://books.google.com/books?id=cAMoAAAAY...1#search_anchor

1919

Aeroplane Lumber Production in British Columbia BY ROLAND D. CRAIG, ...

Commission of Major Austin C. Taylor, of Montreal, was appointed Supplies ...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bralorne

....The Golden Years

As said, Bralorne came into its own in the Great Depression years. In 1931 Austin Taylor and associates acquire Bralorne property and financed construction of a 100 ton mill. The Bralorne Mine operated from March 1932 until 1971. In that time 3 million ounces of gold were refined from its adits.

http://news.google.com/archivesearch?as_us...amp;btnG=Search

COAST PERIL SHIFTS POLICY IN CANADA; Idea That War Must Be Won in Europe Is Shelved -- Pacific Strategy Role Forecast JAPANESE TRANSFER PLAN Board Set Up to Move British Columbia's Aliens -- New Road to Alaska Studied

- New York Times - Mar 1, 1942

... will be composed of three persons under the chairmanship of Austin Taylor, ... It also has the recommendation that it follows the present air route from ...

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&saf...amp;btnG=Search

http://books.google.com/books?id=V5G6fHCHS...9&ct=result

Redress: Inside the Japanese Canadian Call for Justice - Google Books Result

by Roy Miki - 2004 - Political Science - 361 pages

The following day Austin Taylor, head of the BCSC, resorted to Order No. ... obey any order of the British Columbia Security Commission directing any such ...

http://www.canadianhorseracinghalloffame.c...n_C_Taylor.html

Builders 1976

Austin C. Taylor assembled the most powerful stable ever seen in Western Canada during the 1930s. His white, green and red colors flew high along the coast from Vancouver’s Lansdowne Park to the Santa Anita track in California. With his operation centered at the ACT Stock Farm at Milner, the showplace of B.C. breeding farms, Taylor brought to the west big league runners like Dolan, who had been third in the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico, and won the Suburban Handicap in New York; African, Campanini and Wahomonie....

http://news.google.com/archivesearch?as_ld...amp;btnG=Search

New York Times - Jul 7, 1950

The marriage of Miss Patricia Aldyen Austin Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin C. Taylor of Vancouver, to William Francis Buckley Jr., son of Mr. and ...

http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2007/04/16/...Pat-Buckley.php

...Patricia Alden Austin Taylor was born July 1, 1926, in Vancouver, British Columbia. She met her future husband while a student at Vassar College. He was her roommate's brother. The young couple soon settled in Hamden while he wrote his first book, "God and Man at Yale."

Christopher Buckley, the author and editor, is her only child.

http://books.google.com/books?id=5gJoqTDzo...ritish+columbia

Strictly Right

By Linda Bridges, John R. Coyne

(Wm. F. Buckley Jr.'s sister, Trish Buckley, Vassar college roommate of Buckley's future wife,

Patricia Austin Taylor, married Brent Bozell and they became the parents of this current day, American'neo-fascist):

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L._Brent_Bozell_III

http://www.heritage.org/Research/Political...sophy/HL380.cfm

January 21, 1992

by L. Brent Bozell, III

Why Conservatives Should Be Optimistic About the Media

...Leftism on the Defensive

The Dominant Media Culture today is clearly on the defensive. The conservative movement ushered in by Ronald Reagan is the driving cultural force on the American scene...

.8) Help train the next generation.

...Imagine, if you will, a future wherein the media willfully support the foreign policy objectives of the United States. A time when the left can no longer rely on the media to promote its socialist agenda to the public. A time when someone, somewhere in the media can be counted on to extol the virtues of morality without qualifications. When Betty Friedan no longer qualifies for "Person of the Week" honors. When Ronald Reagan is cited not as the "Man of the Year," but the "Man of the Century."....

http://books.google.com/books?id=Zwsu73A3y...1&ct=result

Let Us Talk of Many Things: The Collected Speeches - Google Books Result

by William F. Buckley, Jr., William F. Buckley Jr. - 2008 -

Austin Taylor had been stirring his coffee wordlessly throughout the extended account. At this point he spoke up. "You know something, Baby? ...

Obit of Wm. F. Buckley Jr.'s brother-in-law and son of Austin C. Taylor:

http://paw.princeton.edu/memorials/47/92/index.xml?char=t

Edited by Tom Scully

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Interesting article in the American Free Press about the possible links between Buckley and the assassination of JFK:

http://www.americanfreepress.net/html/bill_buckley128.html

After Liberty Lobby launched an extended investigation of Buckley and his affairs, some details (but not all of them) were published in The Spotlight, Buckley then filed a libel suit against Liberty Lobby in 1980.

And—not coincidentally—this came not long after Buckley's longtime friend and former colleague in the CIA station in Mexico City, E. Howard Hunt, one of the former Watergate burglars, had filed his own lawsuit against Liberty Lobby.

Not only was the CIA providing Hunt with money and attorneys, but Buckley was helping fund Hunt's lawsuit, even as Buckley was waging his own legal assault on the populist institution.

In the end, in 1985—under the skillful defense of attorney Mark Lane—Hunt's lawsuit was dealt a devastating defeat, as later described in Lane's best-selling book, Plausible Denial as well as this writer's Final Judgment.

The jury concluded—just as The Spotlight had said—that there had been CIA involvement in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and that Hunt had somehow been involved. Although Hunt denied under oath that he had any knowledge of any conspiracy to kill Kennedy, he later admitted, in a deathbed confession publicized by his own sons, that he did have foreknowledge of the impending assassination.

And, for the record, it should be noted that there were published allegations that Buckley himself may have had some role in the JFK conspiracy.

In any event, not long after Hunt's lawsuit was scuttled, Buckley's case against Liberty Lobby came to trial. Although Buckley sued for millions of dollars, the jury awarded Buckley only a dollar (plus $1,000 in punitive damages).

Hunt's sons only confirmed what Marita Lorenz and someone else I am very close to, have been saying for decades about persons suspected of being involved with both the JFK hit and Watergate like former CIA agent E. Howard Hunt and Frank Sturgis. People like Gordon Winslow and even Gaeton Fonzi were convinced that Lorenz was fabricating what she described about her personal knowledge of the involvement of Jack Ruby, E. Howard Hunt and Frank Sturgis and their ill-fated trip to Dallas, and they both went to great lengths for some reason, to convince everyone else that she suffered from "false memory syndrome" on these topics. Once I saw "Kram Diaz" going buddy-buddy and getting chummy with both Gordon Winslow and then Gaeton Fonzi I knew something was rotten in Denmark. Just suffice it to say that Frank Sturgis went out of his way to try and silence Marita Lorenz and anyone else who could implicate him directly in either the JFK hit or Watergate. Both Sturgis and Hunt were in Dallas that day, in either frontline or "back-up" roles as Hunt had stated shortly before his death and as Lilly Tomlin used to say: "And that's the truth." After Sturgis and his pals missed their chance at JFK in Miami after the motorcade was cancelled, they plotted all night in "Grapeland Heights" right down the road from Dr. Robert J. Morris who live at 3610 N.W. 15th Street, then took off for Dallas right after that in the road trip to Dallas and the rest is history. Did you know that Oswald once mistakenly wrote "3610 North Beckley" instead of "1026 North Beckley" I think it was, on his application for a P.O. Box in Dallas then crossed it out, leaving the mistake still legible before writing in the correct number? Does that mean Oswald in Miami at Dr. Robert J. Morris' home, was in fact a reality and that the 3610 North West 15th Street address in "Grapeland Heights" was firmly embedded in his memory? Count me in as a believer in this theory. Coincidence? Hardly. If Ruby could be in Miami gun running using that Pepto-Bismol pink Nash Rambler station wagon (later bought by Richard Bartholemew) on the Key West ferry to Cuba or to boats waiting on Islamorada in the Florida Keys, then Oswald could have very well have been in Miami, too. And this close business and personal relationship between Ruby and Oswald which stretched from Miami to New Orleans then on to Dallas would totally explain why Ruby "had" to snuff Oswald in the basement of the Dallas Police Station. Oswald was the only one who could drag Jack into the plot to kill JFK as a willing conspirator before the fact of the events in Dallas. You can bank on that. More later...

And William F. Buckley was mentioned prominently in The Manchurian Candidate by Richard Condon in 1958, when he was referred to as:

"...that fascinating young man who wrote about Man and God at Yale." I mean Richard Condon knew that Buckley was involved with the early days of the CIA involvement in MK-ULTRA style Mind Control projects in 1958. That is some really amazing stuff, dudes.

Buckley actually wrote: "God and Man at Yale" published by Regnery Press which was owned by William Regnery of The America First Committee. Henry Regnery published the book "Betrayed" by Robert Morrow so you know where these guys were coming from.

When the Buckley family lost their Mexican oil interests who rode in Gen. John J. Pershing's cavalry to chase down Pancho Villa, the Mexican bandito? George Otis Draper (Wickliffe Draper's uncle), Charles Willoughby and James Angleton's father who had married a Mexican woman.

Look what the Drapers, Willoughby and the Angleton's did later (50 years later) in the JFK plot. More amazing stuff. Dick Russell describes

the part played by Los Tecos (The Owls) who were part of the Mexican contingent to both the World Anti-Communist League and the Mexico

City WACCFL confab run by E. Howard Hunt in the late 1950's (1958 as I recall). WACCFL was the World Anti-Communist Congress for Freedom and Liberation. The plan there was to keep the Commies out of Mexico and out of anywhere else as well.

You know all this stuff just proves out the comments of Gen. Smedley Butler who broke up "The Plot to Take the White House" a book by Jules Archer in about 1967, when he said: "War is a Racket". Google Gen. Smedley Butler or read "The Plot to Take the White House" and you will see that the reactionary goons and prenatal Nazis who tried to snuff FDR were closely related to the Reich Wing goons and lizards who did in JFK. And that's the truth. And that plot against FDR included both Rev. Gerald L.K. Smith and William Dudley Pelley of the Nazi Silver Shirts who were both closet Nazis, too. And Condon mentioned Rev. Gerald L. K. Smith BY NAME in The Machurian Candidate. Pat Robertson's father was the other Senator from Louisiana (Willis Robertson) when Huey Long was snuffed by Rev. Gerald L.K. Smith just because he started a "Share the Wealth" program that was no longer going to include Rev. Smith. Where did GLK Smith get the money to start building "Christ of the Ozarks" in Arkansas in the Spring of 1964? Smith was at The Giesbrecht Incident in Winnipeg in Feb of 1964 and got his windfall profits from Wickliffe Draper. Glenn Jeansonne documented the fact that Smith only had less than $5,000 in the bank as of 12/31/1963 and yet he spent almost a million dollars

on Christ of the Ozarks starting in the Spring of 1964. Can you put 2 and 2 together? I did. And why did that character named "Kenneth

Smith" go to the JFK conference in Dallas in 1993 or 1994 and ask me about my "Cross and the Flag" manuscript? His grandfather was GLK

Smith and his grandfather's publication was called "The Cross and the Flag", that's why. His grandson at age 50 looked almost exaclty like

his grandfather did at age 50.

More relevant and fascinating stuff to come...

Edited by John Bevilaqua

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In researching the background of this man, last year,

http://news.google.com/archivesearch?ei=-U...co&ie=UTF-8

New York Times - Jan 7, 1941

William R. Davis, international oil operator, is expected to arrive in Mexico City Saturday together with Austin Taylor, described as his partner.

who turned out to be Nazi abwehr agent C-80 and the father of Joseph Graham Davis , who turned out to be the father of Joseph Graham Davis Jr. , AKA former California governor, Gray Davis ,

....I stumbled on the fact that William F. Buckley Jr. was married to the daughter of an entirely different "Austin Taylor" than the man of that name who was the partner of William Rhodes Davis. Buckley's father-in-law. Major Austin C. Taylor, mining engineer, was the wealthiest and most powerful man in British Columbia, and had the background of WWI resources board member Samuel Bush, WWII architect of Japanese American internment, John McCloy, and all-star horse breeder, Will Farish III, all rolled into one individual.

I am most fascinated by the common actions, traits, and career paths of these elite, politically connected men, right down to their war profiteering, "master race" authoritarianism, horse breeding, and right wing to the point of neo-fascist orientation and practice.

How could it possibly all be coincidence, as it is sustained through intermarriage and handed off to succeeding generations,

as in the example of "Skull and Bones"?

http://books.google.com/books?id=cAMoAAAAY...1#search_anchor

1919

Aeroplane Lumber Production in British Columbia BY ROLAND D. CRAIG, ...

Commission of Major Austin C. Taylor, of Montreal, was appointed Supplies ...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bralorne

....The Golden Years

As said, Bralorne came into its own in the Great Depression years. In 1931 Austin Taylor and associates acquire Bralorne property and financed construction of a 100 ton mill. The Bralorne Mine operated from March 1932 until 1971. In that time 3 million ounces of gold were refined from its adits.

http://news.google.com/archivesearch?as_us...amp;btnG=Search

COAST PERIL SHIFTS POLICY IN CANADA; Idea That War Must Be Won in Europe Is Shelved -- Pacific Strategy Role Forecast JAPANESE TRANSFER PLAN Board Set Up to Move British Columbia's Aliens -- New Road to Alaska Studied

- New York Times - Mar 1, 1942

... will be composed of three persons under the chairmanship of Austin Taylor, ... It also has the recommendation that it follows the present air route from ...

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&saf...amp;btnG=Search

http://books.google.com/books?id=V5G6fHCHS...9&ct=result

Redress: Inside the Japanese Canadian Call for Justice - Google Books Result

by Roy Miki - 2004 - Political Science - 361 pages

The following day Austin Taylor, head of the BCSC, resorted to Order No. ... obey any order of the British Columbia Security Commission directing any such ...

http://www.canadianhorseracinghalloffame.c...n_C_Taylor.html

Builders 1976

Austin C. Taylor assembled the most powerful stable ever seen in Western Canada during the 1930s. His white, green and red colors flew high along the coast from Vancouver's Lansdowne Park to the Santa Anita track in California. With his operation centered at the ACT Stock Farm at Milner, the showplace of B.C. breeding farms, Taylor brought to the west big league runners like Dolan, who had been third in the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico, and won the Suburban Handicap in New York; African, Campanini and Wahomonie....

http://news.google.com/archivesearch?as_ld...amp;btnG=Search

New York Times - Jul 7, 1950

The marriage of Miss Patricia Aldyen Austin Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin C. Taylor of Vancouver, to William Francis Buckley Jr., son of Mr. and ...

http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2007/04/16/...Pat-Buckley.php

...Patricia Alden Austin Taylor was born July 1, 1926, in Vancouver, British Columbia. She met her future husband while a student at Vassar College. He was her roommate's brother. The young couple soon settled in Hamden while he wrote his first book, "God and Man at Yale."

Christopher Buckley, the author and editor, is her only child.

http://books.google.com/books?id=5gJoqTDzo...ritish+columbia

Strictly Right

By Linda Bridges, John R. Coyne

(Wm. F. Buckley Jr.'s sister, Trish Buckley, Vassar college roommate of Buckley's future wife,

Patricia Austin Taylor, married Brent Bozell and they became the parents of this current day, American'neo-fascist):

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L._Brent_Bozell_III

http://www.heritage.org/Research/Political...sophy/HL380.cfm

January 21, 1992

by L. Brent Bozell, III

Why Conservatives Should Be Optimistic About the Media

...Leftism on the Defensive

The Dominant Media Culture today is clearly on the defensive. The conservative movement ushered in by Ronald Reagan is the driving cultural force on the American scene...

.8) Help train the next generation.

...Imagine, if you will, a future wherein the media willfully support the foreign policy objectives of the United States. A time when the left can no longer rely on the media to promote its socialist agenda to the public. A time when someone, somewhere in the media can be counted on to extol the virtues of morality without qualifications. When Betty Friedan no longer qualifies for "Person of the Week" honors. When Ronald Reagan is cited not as the "Man of the Year," but the "Man of the Century."....

http://books.google.com/books?id=Zwsu73A3y...1&ct=result

Let Us Talk of Many Things: The Collected Speeches - Google Books Result

by William F. Buckley, Jr., William F. Buckley Jr. - 2008 -

Austin Taylor had been stirring his coffee wordlessly throughout the extended account. At this point he spoke up. "You know something, Baby? ...

Obit of Wm. F. Buckley Jr.'s brother-in-law and son of Austin C. Taylor:

http://paw.princeton.edu/memorials/47/92/index.xml?char=t

Tom, you really know your stuff. Congrats on a great posting.

I think William R. Davis was the same William Rhodes Davis who was mentioned in "The Plot to Take the White House" by Jules Archer.

Funny how what goes around, comes around.

Wickliffe Preston Draper was a staunch Eugenicist and a "...breeder of men."

George Herbert Walker Bush funded "The Walker Cup" which rewarded and recognized the best white golfers in America.

Clarence Campbell had the Campbell Cup Trophy named after him which was given to the best white hockey players in North America

and Clarence Campbell was a Eugenicist as well.

Hitler used and cited the "Model Eugenics Laws" in America "Buck vs. Bell" to justify his "Laws for the Prevention of Hereditarily Ill Progeny" the so called Nuremburg Laws justifying The Holocaust. Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes published the majority opinion on "Buck vs. Bell" which

justified sterilization of anyone who was judged to be retarded, had epilepsy or a few other non-inheritable traits which he found offensive

or disturbing.

Wickliffe Draper and Harry Loughlin started "The Lynchburg Colony" in Lynchburg Virginia as part of their Pioneer Fund involuntary sterilization campaigns. See "Against Their Will" publishe in the Winston-Salem, NC papers about 10 years ago.

Wickliffe Draper was vociferously upset that Floyd Draper, his nephew and the world's fastest white dude, in 1936, was nudged out of the top spots for both the 100 meter and 200 meter races by none other than Jesse Owens and Ralph Metcalf at the Berlin Olympics in 1936 attended by Hitler.

The rest, as they say, is history. Floyd Draper shared the Gold medals for both the 400-meter and 800-meter relays but Owens and Metcalf each

won 3-4 Gold Medals much to Draper's and Hitler's chagrin.

They called a young George Bush, Sr. "rubbers" because of his constant attempts to limit the population growth in certain countries with a high

concentration of "undesirables".

Lyman Kirkpatrick's son, George S. Kirkpatrick, worked as a manager for G. H. Waker, Laird (as in: George Herbert Walker, Melvin Laird)

And so it goes...

Check out William Rhodes Davis in Jules Archer's book, hope my memory serves me correctly on this one.

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Tom, you really know your stuff. Congrats on a great posting.

I think William R. Davis was the same William Rhodes Davis who was mentioned in "The Plot to Take the White House" by Jules Archer.

Funny how what goes around, comes around.

Wickliffe Preston Draper was a staunch Eugenicist and a "...breeder of men."

George Herbert Walker Bush funded "The Walker Cup" which rewarded and recognized the best white golfers in America.

Clarence Campbell had the Campbell Cup Trophy named after him which was given to the best white hockey players in North America

and Clarence Campbell was a Eugenicist as well.

Hitler used and cited the "Model Eugenics Laws" in America "Buck vs. Bell" to justify his "Laws for the Prevention of Hereditarily Ill Progeny" the so called Nuremburg Laws justifying The Holocaust. Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes published the majority opinion on "Buck vs. Bell" which

justified sterilization of anyone who was judged to be retarded, had epilepsy or a few other non-inheritable traits which he found offensive

or disturbing.

Wickliffe Draper and Harry Loughlin started "The Lynchburg Colony" in Lynchburg Virginia as part of their Pioneer Fund involuntary sterilization campaigns. See "Against Their Will" publishe in the Winston-Salem, NC papers about 10 years ago.

Wickliffe Draper was vociferously upset that Floyd Draper, his nephew and the world's fastest white dude, in 1936, was nudged out of the top spots for both the 100 meter and 200 meter races by none other than Jesse Owens and Ralph Metcalf at the Berlin Olympics in 1936 attended by Hitler.

The rest, as they say, is history. Floyd Draper shared the Gold medals for both the 400-meter and 800-meter relays but Owens and Metcalf each

won 3-4 Gold Medals much to Draper's and Hitler's chagrin.

They called a young George Bush, Sr. "rubbers" because of his constant attempts to limit the population growth in certain countries with a high

concentration of "undesirables".

Lyman Kirkpatrick's son, George S. Kirkpatrick, worked as a manager for G. H. Waker, Laird (as in: George Herbert Walker, Melvin Laird)

And so it goes...

Check out William Rhodes Davis in Jules Archer's book, hope my memory serves me correctly on this one.

<H2 class=resbdy>The Plot to Seize the White House: The Shocking True Story of the Conspiracy ...‎ - Page 200</H2>by Jules Archer - History - 2007 - 256 pages

Butler testified that Clark had implicated John W. Davis, attorney for JP Morgan

and ... propaganda were financing the plot to seize the White House. ...Limited preview - About this book - Add to my shared library

Oooops... William Rhodes Davis was involved with "The Ashville Conference" which led to The Plot to Seize the White House.

And it was John W. Davis, not John G. Davis who was Wickliffe Draper's attorney at JP Morgan in the 1930's. In the 1960's

Draper transferred some of his JP Morgan trust fund money to start "The Mississippi Sovereignty Commission" as documented by

Doug Blackmon of the Wall Street Journal in 1999. Looks like my memory is fading a bit.

Edited by John Bevilaqua

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Recommended LaRouche Book on Defeating Buckley

Did I ever think I would be recommending a Lyndon LaRouche book 10 years ago? No way.

But the brainwashing campaign launched against him by those in Buckley's orbit closed

my mind to that possibility... Richard Condon warned me about Buckley and yet he got

into my mind somehow and used his media propaganda campaigns to affect my opinions...

http://avaxhome.ws/ebooks/Politics_Sociology/0933488033.html

Man this guy William F. Buckley was nothing more than a silver-tongued orator whose tongue darted in and out like a serpent...

For him, "Killing Commies for Christ" was all in a day's work. And he was one of the best at it, too.

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Pantepec Consolidated Company of Venezuela was a subsidiary company of the Pantepec Oil Company of Venezuela.

See also the posting titled: "Killing Commies for Christ the King" about the Carlist Catholics surrounding the Buckley's and their friends who permeated the Winnipeg Airport Incident, the JFK Assassination and the novel, The Manchurian Candidate, by Richard Condon who was the FIRST person to solve the Assassination of JFK as early as 1958 when he was writing the novel. Condon was was not involved in the case directly. Jack Ruby, of course, was the true FIRST person to solve it when he blamed the Dallas John Birch Society leadership like Edwin Walker, Robert J. Morris and Charles Willoughby. Richard Giesbrecht became the 2nd person to solve the case and Dick Russell's informant became the 3rd when he fingered Willoughby. I hereby lay claim to being the 4th person to solve the JFK case with a Unified Conspiracy Theory. Case Closed. Quod Est Demonstratum.

William Buckley, Sr, father of William Buckley, Jr, has a long history of involvement with Big Oil, both inside Israel and without. According to the biography of him published with the collection of his papers at the University of Texas:

“In Mexico Buckley served as advisor to U.S. and European oil companies, operated a law firm, and engaged in real estate and leasing of oil lands. In 1914 he founded the Pantepec Oil Company … As founder and president of the American Association of Mexico Buckley worked to remove restrictions on U.S. oil and landed interests in Mexico imposed by the Mexican Constitution of 1917. In 1924 he transferred the Pantepec Oil Co. to Venezuela. He continued as the company's president until 1943 and remained active in international oil exploration and production.”

In 1921, this same William Buckley, Sr. was expelled from Mexico by President Obregon under suspicion of working with American corporate interests to undermine the government. From the period 1914 – 1923 he was actively agitating for American oil interests by publishing articles on Mexican politics from the Oil perspective in American newspapers.

Later in his life, he became involved in Israeli owned oil concerns. According to a summary published in American Free Press writer Michael Collins Piper’s book Final Judgment, Buckley Sr was responsible for the establishment of a business known as the Pan-Israel Oil Company in Jerusalem in the 1960s and a second business, the Israel-Mediterranean Oil Company in Panama, who’s principal address was the same as Pan-Israel Oil. Buckley’s son, former NY Senator turned Federal Judge James Buckley held a vice-presidential position in the business. The voting stockholders of both companies were all Israeli Jews.

The companies also employed two of his sons – James and John Buckley, brother of William Buckley, Jr, who served in various executive and directorship positions. This conglomerate of corporations did oil business in Australia, South America, Canada, Libya, the Spanish Saharas, the Phillipines and Israel.

During the 1950s, William Buckley Sr also set up the Cuban-Venezuelan Oil Voting Trust Company, which was alleged to have ties to the American-Jewish mafia, dominated then by Meyer Lansky, who served as an official American government representative to Cuba during the Batista dictatorship. It is said that his son, William Buckley Jr, became involved at this time with the CIA attempts to overthrow Castro, working as a CIA contact and informer during the period 1950 – 1954. Some have speculated Buckley, Jr, worked with the Cuban-Jewish exile community (5/6ths of the island’s Jewish population had been expelled by Castro in his wars against religion, drugs, gambling and prostitution), the American-Jewish mob, and Howard Hunt to arm and equip the anti-Castro resistance – an operation which culminated in the Bay of Pigs invasion.

Former Senator James Buckley from New York, William F Buckley’s brother, has also developed a series of suspicious connections. Over his life he developed ties to internationalist groups like the Bilderbergers and the Yale Skull and Bones society. Though denying those ties, stating in 1974 that:

“I don't subscribe to the theory that there exists an organization of international bankers called the Bilderbergers."

At the same time his brother William was on the invitation list to their annual meeting.

Perhaps most significant about James Buckley was the role he played in 1981-1982 as Undersecretary of State for Security Assistance, Science and Technology. In that position he was in charge of managing the distribution of US aid to foreign nations – including the all important disbursement of US aid to Israel. He also used that position to justify acts he had taken as a Congressman against the democratically elected governments of countries like Chile In a well known statement from that period, when asked about the CIA-backed coup that brought Pinochet to power, Buckley justified his role by stating:

"It was only by virtue of covert help by the United States that [Pinochet and CIA-backed factions] were able to survive in the face of increasingly repressive measures by the Allende regime."

And of course in the Buckley family world what followed, the extermination of tens of thousands of left-wing organizers and dissidents, was not “repressive” at all.

James Buckley also played a role in arranging the assassination of the Chilean Ambassador to the United States, Orlando Leteiler, in 1976. A week before the killing, he met with CIA-backed Chilean secret police assassins Michael Townley and Guillermo Novo in his New York office. When CIA agent David Atlee Phillips was implicated in this murder of this foreign diplomat on US soil, James Buckley sat on the Board of Directors for his defense fund.

In Mexico Buckley served as advisor to U.S. and European oil companies, operated a law firm, and engaged in real estate and leasing of oil lands. In 1914 he founded the Pantepec Oil Company. Buckley was counsel to the Mexican government's delegation to the Niagara Falls Conference in 1914; in December, 1919 he testified before the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Foreign Relations as an expert witness on conditions in Mexico. As founder and president of the American Association of Mexico, Buckley worked to remove restrictions on U.S. oil and landed interests in Mexico imposed by the Mexican Constitution of 1917.

In 1924 he transferred the Pantepec Oil Co. to Venezuela. He continued as the company's president until 1943 and remained active in international oil exploration and production.

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM FRANK (1881-1958). William Frank Buckley, lawyer and oil entrepreneur, was born in Washington-on-the-Brazos, Texas, on July 12, 1881, the fourth of eight children of John and Mary Ann (Langford) Buckley, of Irish ancestry. In the fall of 1882 the family moved to San Diego, Duval County, where John Buckley engaged in merchandising, politics, and sheep raising; he also served several elective terms as Duval County sheriff.

Growing up in a Spanish-speaking community, William Buckley became proficient in the language and a close friend of Spanish-speaking peoples, a quality he retained all of his life. One of his early influences was the widely educated parish priest, Father John Pierre Bard, of the Church of San Francisco de Paula in San Diego. After finishing school in San Diego, Buckley taught at a country school near Benavides, where all but a few of the students used the Spanish language. According to records at the University of Texas at Austin, he enrolled there in 1899 and was a student at the university until 1905, when his picture appeared with the law class of 1905. Because of his command of the language he received advanced credit in Spanish in his first years there and was an assistant to a professor in the Romance-languages department. During this time he was also, along with his sister, Priscilla, a Spanish translator in the General Land Office. qv With others he initiated the Austin chapter of the Delta Tau Delta national college fraternity and later became one of its most liberal financial supporters. He was a devout Catholic and, along with others, purchased property near the university for the Newman Club. When his father died in 1904 he was the oldest surviving son, and he undertook the care of his mother, whom he moved to Austin, along with his two brothers and two sisters, to a small house on the corner of Lavaca and Nineteenth streets; Buckley later built a large house there (now the site of Cambridge Tower), where his mother lived until her death in 1930. He received a B.S. degree in 1904 and an LL.B. degree in 1905, was quizmaster in the School of Law, and was a member of the John C. Townesqv Law Society. In 1905 he was elected editor of the University of Texas yearbook, The Cactus (1906). Buckley received his license to practice law in Texas on June 8, 1906, and he was elected a member of the Texas Bar Association (see state bar of texas) in 1909.

He went to Mexico City in 1908 and passed law examinations there, and he and his brother Claude, also a lawyer, acted as counsel for many of the most important American and European oil companies doing business in Mexico. In 1911 they established their own law office with another brother, Edmund, in Tampico, Tamaulipas. By 1914 William F. Buckley had turned his law practice over to his brothers so that he might engage in real estate and the leasing of oil lands. He acquired, improved, and sold land around the city of Tampico, and he founded the Pantepec Oil Company of Mexico. The Mexican Revolutionqv was at its height in 1912, 1913, and 1914, and after the invasion and takeover of Veracruz by the United States Marines in April 1914, President Woodrow Wilson offered the post of civil governor to Buckley, who indignantly refused the appointment because he was not in sympathy with Wilson's Mexico policy. Later that year Buckley served as counsel for the Mexican government at the ABC Conference at Niagara Falls, where Argentina, Brazil, and Chile acted as mediators between the United States and Mexico. In December 1919 he testified before the United States Senate Subcommittee on Foreign Relations as an expert witness on conditions in Mexico. Knowing the language, the people, and the nature of revolutionary activities there, Buckley believed that internal Mexican policies such as those approved of by American "specialists" would destroy American investments in Mexico. In 1920 he assisted in the foundation of the American Association of Mexico, with offices in Washington and New York, which lobbied for the interests of United States businessmen in Mexico. Because of Buckley's opposition to the government of Gen. Álvaro Obregón and his support of the antigovernment revolution of Manuel Peláez, Buckley was expelled from Mexico in 1921. In January 1922 he gave a full report of his expulsion to the secretary of state of the United States and urged that his country not recognize the Obregón government until certain agreements had been reached between the two countries.

In 1924 Buckley was invited back to Mexico by President Plutarco Calles and returned for a visit, but in that year he transferred his Pantepec Oil Company to Venezuela. There, in a largely undeveloped oil region, he fully committed himself to oil exploration. As one of the first to use the "farm-out" system, Buckley made agreements with some of the largest oil companies, whereby the companies would take over the cost of exploring, drilling, and developing and would in turn share the profits from oil and gas produced on his concessions. He made his first major deal, with Standard Oil, in the 1930s when a large oilfield was found on Pantepec's Venezuelan concessions. Other major producers followed. During his entire career Buckley was primarily interested in unexplored territory, and in 1946 he began a diversification of his oil holdings with the forming of separate companies. Operations assumed an international scale with the leasing of land in Canada, Florida, Ecuador, Australia, the Philippines, Israel, and Guatemala.

In 1922 Buckley gave to the University of Texas his extensive files covering the tumultuous years of Mexican history from the time of his stay in that country. Included in the gift were thirty-five scrapbooks of newspaper clippings and 300 folders containing copies of Buckley's confidential reports, annotated letters, statements, interviews, and other papers. In 1925, over the opposition of the university's librarian, Ernest W. Winkler,qv the entire collection was sent to Washington, D.C., for use by the State Department's Mixed Claims Commission (United States and Mexico). It was finally returned at the request of the University of Texas in 1929. The papers are housed in the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection.qv

Buckley was married to Aloise Steiner of New Orleans in 1917. A widely read man and always concerned with learning, he closely supervised the trilingual education of their ten children during the years the family lived in Paris, London, and the United States. In the 1920s he purchased the family estate, Great Elm, in Sharon, Connecticut, and later, for a winter home, the estate Kamschatka in Camden, South Carolina. Several of William and Aloise Buckley's children became national figures: James Buckley was elected to the United States Senate, and William F. Buckley, Jr., became a nationally known writer, editor, and speaker for the conservative view in politics. Fergus Reid Buckley, another son, is a journalist and novelist. Priscilla Buckley pursued a career in journalism and was managing editor of the National Review for decades. Patricia Buckley was a free-lance book editor in 1986. Members of the family also continued in active operation of the Buckley oil business.

After a stroke on board the S.S. United States, between Paris and New York in late September 1958, William F. Buckley was given the last rites of the Catholic Church; he died in Lenox Hill Hospital in New York on October 5, 1958, and was buried in the Quaker Cemetery near his winter home in Camden, South Carolina.

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Priscilla L. Buckley and William F. Buckley, Jr., eds., W. F. B.–An Appreciation by His Family and Friends (New York, 1959).

Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "BUCKLEY, WILLIAM FRANK," http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online...ew/BB/fbu8.html (accessed January 5, 2005).

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I'm not sure whether this ground has been covered but, I came accross a small bit of information while looking at Ron Pataky's profile on Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/gp/pdp/profile/A3N6S...1157309-1677722

In it he describes one of his books "HELP! I'M BEING HELD A PRISONER IN A RANSOM NOTE FACTORY!" as having received a great review from William F Buckley junior. Is it possible that Pataky was friendly with Buckley, who trained with the CIA in 1951 and was sent to mexico city under howard hunt. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_F._Buckley,_Jr.

An interesting if somewhat tenuous link here.

There are some interesting quotes from Buckley on the wikipedia page, which include a debate with gore Vidal

"At one point Vidal called Buckley a “crypto-Nazi”, to which Buckley replied, “Now listen, you queer, stop calling me a crypto-Nazi or I'll sock you in your goddamn face, and you'll stay plastered.”

http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKbuckleyW.htm

John

Actually, the confrontation was between Norman Mailer and Gore Vidal. It happened on a television talk-show and did not involve Buckley.

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I'm not sure whether this ground has been covered but, I came accross a small bit of information while looking at Ron Pataky's profile on Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/gp/pdp/profile/A3N6S...1157309-1677722

In it he describes one of his books "HELP! I'M BEING HELD A PRISONER IN A RANSOM NOTE FACTORY!" as having received a great review from William F Buckley junior. Is it possible that Pataky was friendly with Buckley, who trained with the CIA in 1951 and was sent to mexico city under howard hunt. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_F._Buckley,_Jr.

An interesting if somewhat tenuous link here.

There are some interesting quotes from Buckley on the wikipedia page, which include a debate with gore Vidal

"At one point Vidal called Buckley a “crypto-Nazi”, to which Buckley replied, “Now listen, you queer, stop calling me a crypto-Nazi or I'll sock you in your goddamn face, and you'll stay plastered.”

http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKbuckleyW.htm

John

Actually, the confrontation was between Norman Mailer and Gore Vidal. It happened on a television talk-show and did not involve Buckley.

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I'm not sure whether this ground has been covered but, I came accross a small bit of information while looking at Ron Pataky's profile on Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/gp/pdp/profile/A3N6S...1157309-1677722

In it he describes one of his books "HELP! I'M BEING HELD A PRISONER IN A RANSOM NOTE FACTORY!" as having received a great review from William F Buckley junior. Is it possible that Pataky was friendly with Buckley, who trained with the CIA in 1951 and was sent to mexico city under howard hunt. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_F._Buckley,_Jr.

It is believed that Ron Pataky was involved in the murder of Dorothy Kilgallen.

http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKpataky.htm

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Interesting article in the American Free Press about the possible links between Buckley and the assassination of JFK:

http://www.americanfreepress.net/html/bill_buckley128.html

After Liberty Lobby launched an extended investigation of Buckley and his affairs, some details (but not all of them) were published in The Spotlight, Buckley then filed a libel suit against Liberty Lobby in 1980.

And—not coincidentally—this came not long after Buckley's longtime friend and former colleague in the CIA station in Mexico City, E. Howard Hunt, one of the former Watergate burglars, had filed his own lawsuit against Liberty Lobby.

Not only was the CIA providing Hunt with money and attorneys, but Buckley was helping fund Hunt's lawsuit, even as Buckley was waging his own legal assault on the populist institution.

In the end, in 1985—under the skillful defense of attorney Mark Lane—Hunt's lawsuit was dealt a devastating defeat, as later described in Lane's best-selling book, Plausible Denial as well as this writer's Final Judgment.

The jury concluded—just as The Spotlight had said—that there had been CIA involvement in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and that Hunt had somehow been involved. Although Hunt denied under oath that he had any knowledge of any conspiracy to kill Kennedy, he later admitted, in a deathbed confession publicized by his own sons, that he did have foreknowledge of the impending assassination.

And, for the record, it should be noted that there were published allegations that Buckley himself may have had some role in the JFK conspiracy.

In any event, not long after Hunt's lawsuit was scuttled, Buckley's case against Liberty Lobby came to trial. Although Buckley sued for millions of dollars, the jury awarded Buckley only a dollar (plus $1,000 in punitive damages).

Hunt's sons only confirmed what Marita Lorenz and someone else I am very close to, have been saying for decades about persons suspected of being involved with both the JFK hit and Watergate like former CIA agent E. Howard Hunt and Frank Sturgis. People like Gordon Winslow and even Gaeton Fonzi were convinced that Lorenz was fabricating what she described about her personal knowledge of the involvement of Jack Ruby, E. Howard Hunt and Frank Sturgis and their ill-fated trip to Dallas, and they both went to great lengths for some reason, to convince everyone else that she suffered from "false memory syndrome" on these topics. Once I saw "Kram Diaz" going buddy-buddy and getting chummy with both Gordon Winslow and then Gaeton Fonzi I knew something was rotten in Denmark. Just suffice it to say that Frank Sturgis went out of his way to try and silence Marita Lorenz and anyone else who could implicate him directly in either the JFK hit or Watergate. Both Sturgis and Hunt were in Dallas that day, in either frontline or "back-up" roles as Hunt had stated shortly before his death and as Lilly Tomlin used to say: "And that's the truth." After Sturgis and his pals missed their chance at JFK in Miami after the motorcade was cancelled, they plotted all night in "Grapeland Heights" right down the road from Dr. Robert J. Morris who live at 3610 N.W. 15th Street, then took off for Dallas right after that in the road trip to Dallas and the rest is history. Did you know that Oswald once mistakenly wrote "3610 North Beckley" instead of "1026 North Beckley" I think it was, on his application for a P.O. Box in Dallas then crossed it out, leaving the mistake still legible before writing in the correct number? Does that mean Oswald in Miami at Dr. Robert J. Morris' home, was in fact a reality and that the 3610 North West 15th Street address in "Grapeland Heights" was firmly embedded in his memory? Count me in as a believer in this theory. Coincidence? Hardly. If Ruby could be in Miami gun running using that Pepto-Bismol pink Nash Rambler station wagon (later bought by Richard Bartholemew) on the Key West ferry to Cuba or to boats waiting on Islamorada in the Florida Keys, then Oswald could have very well have been in Miami, too. And this close business and personal relationship between Ruby and Oswald which stretched from Miami to New Orleans then on to Dallas would totally explain why Ruby "had" to snuff Oswald in the basement of the Dallas Police Station. Oswald was the only one who could drag Jack into the plot to kill JFK as a willing conspirator before the fact of the events in Dallas. You can bank on that. More later...

And William F. Buckley was mentioned prominently in The Manchurian Candidate by Richard Condon in 1958, when he was referred to as:

"...that fascinating young man who wrote about Man and God at Yale." I mean Richard Condon knew that Buckley was involved with the early days of the CIA involvement in MK-ULTRA style Mind Control projects in 1958. That is some really amazing stuff, dudes.

Buckley actually wrote: "God and Man at Yale" published by Regnery Press which was owned by William Regnery of The America First Committee. Henry Regnery published the book "Betrayed" by Robert Morrow so you know where these guys were coming from.

When the Buckley family lost their Mexican oil interests who rode in Gen. John J. Pershing's cavalry to chase down Pancho Villa, the Mexican bandito? George Otis Draper (Wickliffe Draper's uncle), Charles Willoughby and James Angleton's father who had married a Mexican woman.

Look what the Drapers, Willoughby and the Angleton's did later (50 years later) in the JFK plot. More amazing stuff. Dick Russell describes

the part played by Los Tecos (The Owls) who were part of the Mexican contingent to both the World Anti-Communist League and the Mexico

City WACCFL confab run by E. Howard Hunt in the late 1950's (1958 as I recall). WACCFL was the World Anti-Communist Congress for Freedom and Liberation. The plan there was to keep the Commies out of Mexico and out of anywhere else as well.

You know all this stuff just proves out the comments of Gen. Smedley Butler who broke up "The Plot to Take the White House" a book by Jules Archer in about 1967, when he said: "War is a Racket". Google Gen. Smedley Butler or read "The Plot to Take the White House" and you will see that the reactionary goons and prenatal Nazis who tried to snuff FDR were closely related to the Reich Wing goons and lizards who did in JFK. And that's the truth. And that plot against FDR included both Rev. Gerald L.K. Smith and William Dudley Pelley of the Nazi Silver Shirts who were both closet Nazis, too. And Condon mentioned Rev. Gerald L. K. Smith BY NAME in The Machurian Candidate. Pat Robertson's father was the other Senator from Louisiana (Willis Robertson) when Huey Long was snuffed by Rev. Gerald L.K. Smith just because he started a "Share the Wealth" program that was no longer going to include Rev. Smith. Where did GLK Smith get the money to start building "Christ of the Ozarks" in Arkansas in the Spring of 1964? Smith was at The Giesbrecht Incident in Winnipeg in Feb of 1964 and got his windfall profits from Wickliffe Draper. Glenn Jeansonne documented the fact that Smith only had less than $5,000 in the bank as of 12/31/1963 and yet he spent almost a million dollars

on Christ of the Ozarks starting in the Spring of 1964. Can you put 2 and 2 together? I did. And why did that character named "Kenneth

Smith" go to the JFK conference in Dallas in 1993 or 1994 and ask me about my "Cross and the Flag" manuscript? His grandfather was GLK

Smith and his grandfather's publication was called "The Cross and the Flag", that's why. His grandson at age 50 looked almost exaclty like

his grandfather did at age 50.

More relevant and fascinating stuff to come...

Just suffice it to say that Frank Sturgis went out of his way to try and silence Marita Lorenz and anyone else who could implicate him directly in either the JFK hit or Watergate. Both Sturgis and Hunt were in Dallas that day, in either frontline or "back-up" roles as Hunt had stated shortly before his death

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Sorry, but I just received an email from my co-author asking me to take down my information, I apologize.

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I am kind of surprised that the information and issues haven't changed much.

 

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Actually Michael they have.  They have changed a lot.

The difference is you will not see anyone on our side the equivalent of Lane today on TV with any kind of reach against a TV star.

What you saw back then, would be today someone like say Gary Aguilar debating say  Bill O'Reilly or Chris Mathews.

With what we know today, it would be a massacre.  So they won't let it happen.

 

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Michael Clark said:

[I'm kind] of surprised that the information and issues haven't changed much.

James DiEugenio said:

Actually Michael they have. They have changed a lot.

The difference is you will not see anyone on our side the equivalent of Lane today on TV with any kind of reach against a TV star.

What you saw back then, would be today someone like say Gary Aguilar debating say Bill O'Reilly or Chris Mathews [sic].

With what we know today, it would be a massacre. So they won't let it happen.

But, Jim, Michael was talking specifically about how the "information" and the "issues" (i.e., the major talking points pertaining to JFK's death) haven't changed very much since Mark Lane's appearance on William Buckley's "Firing Line" television program in 1966. And Michael is absolutely right too.

Some "new" things have come up since 1966, of course. But not a single one of them has been significant at all*, and not one of them has undermined or undercut the Warren Commission's conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone killer of both John Kennedy and J.D. Tippit.*

The Warren Commission's work and conclusions will stand the test of time and will continue to be the definitive word on the JFK assassination for all people who have the ability to properly and reasonably and dispassionately evaluate and assess the sum total of the evidence associated with the murders of JFK and Officer Tippit.*

* IMO.

For a few illustrative examples which tend to indicate that Michael Clark is 100% correct when he said what he said above ("the information and issues haven't changed much"), go to the webpages below. In those linked discussions, CTers and I argue about some of the very same already-debunked JFK conspiracy theories that were also the subject of debate and argument way back when Mark Lane was appearing on TV shows and college campuses in the 1960s. Only the year has changed. Same debates, different millennium:

jfk-archives/2013/06/the-conspiracy-myths-continue

jfk-archives/2014/12/oswald-ordered-rifle

jfk-archives/2010/06/gerald-ford-and-sbt

jfk-archives/2014/09/jfk-assassination-arguments-part-804

jfk-archives/2017/01/jfk-assassination-arguments-part-1227

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More Mark Lane Interviews & Debates:

dvp-video-audio-archive.blogspot.com/2012/03/mark-lane.html

 

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1 hour ago, David Von Pein said:

But, Jim, Michael was talking specifically about how the "information" and the "issues" (i.e., the major talking points pertaining to JFK's death) haven't changed very much since Mark Lane's appearance on William Buckley's "Firing Line" television program in 1966. And Michael is absolutely right too.

Some "new" things have come up since 1966, of course. But not a single one of them has been significant at all*, and not one of them has undermined or undercut the Warren Commission's conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone killer of both John Kennedy and J.D. Tippit.*

The Warren Commission's work and conclusions will stand the test of time and will continue to be the definitive word on the JFK assassination for all people who have the ability to properly and reasonably and dispassionately evaluate and assess the sum total of the evidence associated with the murders of JFK and Officer Tippit.*

* IMO.

For a few illustrative examples which tend to indicate that Michael Clark is 100% correct when he said what he said above ("the information and issues haven't changed much"), go to the webpages below. In those linked discussions, CTers and I argue about some of the very same already-debunked JFK conspiracy theories that were also the subject of debate and argument way back when Mark Lane was appearing on TV shows and college campuses in the 1960s. Only the year has changed. Same debates, different millennium:
 

 

 

What I am surprised about, but was not very clear about, is that, so soon after the assassination and the release of the WC report, the lies, inconsistencies, deliberate shortcomings and fraud of the official report were so well known and quite throughly laid out, by investigators, researchers and scholars. If Mr. Lane, and others like him, were given hours to go over his findings, on national TV, without being interrupted by the perp-tool-stooge, William Buckley, I think the people of the US would have had much greater ability and courage to set the record and direction of America back on its proper course.

Cheers,

Michael


 

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