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Norman T. Field

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  1. Caveat Emptor on the Momo documentary produced by his relatives containing numerous errors of fact like: Momo was in the St. Valentines day massacre crew or Sam was part of Johnny Torrio hit squad. Not a credible film.
  2. The curious will find the book 'Haig's Coup' by Ray Locker very interesting. The book makes it abundantly clear that Haig was the primary source. Remember that Woodward never held a job in journalism before the Washington Post. His previous job was as a ONI spook in the Pentagon in regular contact with Haig. Nixon never knew what hit him as his chief of staff greased his exit.
  3. "Wasn't it Giancana's predecessor in Chicago, Tony Accardo who was involved in the St. Valentine's Day massacre?" Maybe....... FBI agent Bill Roemer's bugs picked up 'Joe Batters' claims to have been a part of the SVDM, but a manuscript written by the wife of one of the participants claims the entire crew was drawn from a group known as 'Fred (Killer) Burke and the Americans'. She claimed that they were chosen for the job as none of them looked Italian. Ammo matching the slugs used in the tommy guns was found in Fred's Michigan house, so there is physical evidence of his participatio
  4. This is a puff piece, white wash created by Sam's family to make some $$. The claims that Sam was part of the Torrio attempted murder and participated in the St. Valentine's day massacre are not supported by any facts or any other historians. When his daughters and nephew go about what a nice guy Sam was, I find myself remembering a brief exchange Sam had with a reporter outside a courthouse. Reporter, "Hey Sam, can you lend me $5,000?". Sam, "What have you got for collateral?" Reporter, "I don't know, what do you need?". Sam, "How about an eye?". Nor is there any me
  5. Hunt had surgery to reduce how far out his ears spread. This picture appears to be post surgery.
  6. While I can't remember which book I read it in, a couple of decades ago; there are claims that both Liddy and Hunt were seen in the area in the days prior to the crash. I too have seen pictures that suggest that Teddy knew NOTHING until the next morning.
  7. Many years ago on this forum, I read a post suggesting that GHWB's presence in Tyler did not preclude his presence in Dallas later in the day owing to the fact that GHWB was an accomplished pilot who could have flown himself to Dallas in plenty of time for the 'big event'. IMHO, the pictures purportedly of both GHWB and GWB being present in Dallas are genuine.
  8. Would you be as bold when your children, spouse and other relatives are threatened if you broke silence?
  9. I read many years ago that Jack Dragna's driver made a death bed confession that he shot Bennie. No, I don't remember where I read it. https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1997-06-20-me-5334-story.html
  10. "The blur analysis of Zapruder is gold for the timing of shots, ". Nope, it is the timing of the multiple volleys of shots from multiple locations by multiple teams of shooters via radio communication. Three volleys by three shooters adds up to nine bullets. There may have been as many as five different teams of shooters. What's the Connolly quote, "My God, they're trying to kill us all!" (?). Connolly claimed that he carried to his grave enough lead to disprove the SBT.
  11. A flawed set of answer options, as it is likely that LHO thought there was a fake assassination attempt being perpetrated.
  12. According to Oliver Stone, the Italian people rank the Manlicher Carcono rifle as the #1 reason Italy lost WWII. Chances are this marksman did not have a bent barrel version either, unlike the weapon that is claimed be owned by LHO.
  13. While I don't have a source, I do recall reading a Connally quote stating that he would carry enough lead in his body to disprove the SBT to his grave.
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