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I am Lionel Touzellier. I am a french novel writer and I wrote a thriller/investigation/suspense book on JFK assassination. My book was released in France and was ranked #1 during 3 months in Amazon, ( so I was very happy because a lot of french people discovered JFK assassination with my book !) And after that, I made to translate it in english because I want so much to know what american people would think about my new ideas. And perhaps it will help some people to understand better what happened, or even to be apeased with this blurring and so confused event which disturbed the history of USA.... Who knows ? 

Here is a link where you can have a look at it : https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077P5PF5K

 

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On 12/30/2017 at 3:49 PM, Michael Clark said:

Wow Rich, T

Wow Rich, that is indeed an interesting background. Welcome to the forum!

I agree!

--  TG

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Evan Marshall is a retired Sgt with the Detroit Police Department who was assigned to CSI, Tactical Unit-Twice, Homicide-twice, and the SWAT Team. Published writer in law enforcement and forearms publication and wrote three best selling books on ammunition. Currently retired after spending 5 1/2 years as a training Specialist  with the National Nuclear Security Administrations Office of Secure Transportation.

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I am a retired teacher and real estate agent. I am also a JFK assassination researcher for decades. I was awarded the Mary Ferrell Promise Award for 2012. I have also edited Enemy of the Truth by Sherry Fiester. 

Oh, I have been a member of this forum for years. My profile disappeared. 

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My name is Robert Macfarlane.   I wish to post here to share my knowledge of the JFK assassination.    I have a reservoir of knowledge of the assassination not known by the general

public. I  acquired this knowledge / information from my wife, who, many years earlier was working  in Dallas with a commando team known as Alpha66.   Alpha was the group tasked by the CIA to kill the President.   SHe was also involved in several secret operations all at the direction of the CIA.  The assignment to assassination Kennedy was just one of many assignments she was involveed in.    She was a "contract" agent for the agency.  Many of her assignments were carried out 

outside the United States.  For the JFK assassination, she was brought in to be one of the 3 shootes in Dealey Plaza.  She was the shooter positioned behind the picket fence on the grassy knoll.   Many years later, we met, fell in love and lived together in Soutern California for 12 years until her death.   During the time we were together, she shared with me some of her assignments and missions.  Everything she was involved in was of a covert nature.  Especially the assassination of President Kennedy.

        I have shared on the internet the story of my late wife and her involvement in the asssassination of President Kennedy.  I try to give information not found anywhere else.  And I try to share what lead up to the assassination and who and when and where was the action planned and carr;ied out.   I don't know all the answers  and I don't profess to be any kind of a Know-it-all.   All I know is what my wife told me, but I believe what she shared with me.   We were together for 12 years until her death.   It took the first 10 years to earn her trust.  I tried not to reveal any of her secrets while she was alive.  She was 10 years older than me, and I felt she would die before me.  That would give me ample ti;me to tell her stories.

I will try to stop by and share some of the JFK information when I feel like talking.

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Hi,

I've been lurking here since shortly after the EF's inception. I've never attempted to join before, partly because of how heated things have been here at times, and also because I was intimidated by the presence of serious researchers here. 

I have to admit that I have little to offer. I'm not a researcher, merely a concerned and interested citizen. Although I grew up in Dallas, I never really gave much thought to the Kennedy assassination until my wife insisted I watch Stone's "JFK" with her. She had been a film student and was impressed by the technical aspects of the film. I'd read Posner's "Case Closed" (don't laugh) prior to this, but after seeing the film decided I needed to look more deeply into this subject. The first things that I was exposed to at this point, all contradicted Posner, and when compared to his claims, made sense, whereas his ideas and explanations quickly crumbled.

There's a lot of noise in the signal with regards to this subject, so I probably have more questions for those with deep knowledge than I have anything else. I did spend close to ten years reading almost nothing but JFK assassination literature, but for whatever reason, I can't claim the depth of knowledge and understanding possessed by many here.

Thanks

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My name is Jake Hammond and cannot profess to be a Teacher or author of any books but I'm working on it ! 

 The JFK assassination was the wake up call for me. I had always been sceptical of mainline history and governments in general but JFK was what woke me up and got me into 'conspiracies' in the first place. That was five years ago and things have now gone full circle with my interest in the case stronger than ever. I have to confess that from a young age I was very keen on watching ' murder mystery' programmes and loved to figure out complex puzzles in general. Given the lack of stimulation my day job affords the research and understanding of the JFK assassination is a selfish indulgence of a kind, to keep my brain happy.... 

 I consider my self to have good objective, logical abilities and to be able to see the bigger picture, I'm certainly still learning, as we all are, but in some way I hope to contribute to our general understanding of what happened in 1963. 

Edited by Jake Hammond

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I am 48 years old and work in the finance industry. I own my own small firm and primarily provide financial advisory services to small and medium sized companies.

I stumbled upon the Education Forum about a year ago when I wanted to find more information about Doug Caddy and Googled up his name. (He had said some interesting things on a few different podcasts and Youtube videos.)

Up until about 2017 I had little, if any interest in JFK assassination theories, debates, etc. After perusing the Education Forums about Doug Caddy, then JFK, Watergate, and related Topics, I have become interested in what the Forum has to say about those topics.

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Hi, I'm Ken Martinson

I live in Nanaimo, B.C. Canada and have been interested in JFK issues for the past two years. 

I was somewhat convinced by the evidence against Oswald, but had only spent maybe 30 minutes looking at the subject. Then a commentator that I was following laughed at the suggestion that the killer was anyone but Oswald, and that got me thinking about how to determine "truth" in this matter. With a background in Physics, the movement of the JFK's head and the conservation of momentum meant only one thing: a bullet from the front. The Lone Shooter argument was that a muscle spasm due to the brain wound caused the jerk backwards (damage to the right brain, would cause the left back muscles to contract). But that doesn't explain the momentum issue.

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