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Mark Johansson

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  1. The laws of physics do not allow me to believe the lone nut theory. One doesn’t need to be a rocket scientist to see that there were more than one person involved.
  2. Interesting encounter. However, I don't agree with the headline: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2511848/How-Lee-Harvey-Oswald-helped-reporter-telephone-chance-encounter-just-seconds-shot-JFK.html
  3. Shane, I can only agree with Mr. Simkin. One of the best documentaries I've seen. I really enjoyed to hear, for the first time, a very agitated Loran Hall. Cheers
  4. Files should be tortured some more for lying about being involved in the JFK assassination IMO. Neither of the two men described by Bowers as being in the RR yard during the shooting seem to fit Files description or what he claimed to have down following the shooting. Bill Miller Bill, you better direct your anger towards Ed Hoffman. http://i26.tinypic.com/34oeaf9.jpg Whatever he describes, as a witness from over a 100 yards, was seen by no one much closer to it, not even by all the people on the railroad bridge. Has Hoffman really sold you that none of those people saw suitman runni
  5. Files should be tortured some more for lying about being involved in the JFK assassination IMO. Neither of the two men described by Bowers as being in the RR yard during the shooting seem to fit Files description or what he claimed to have down following the shooting. Bill Miller Bill, Allow me to disagree: Lee Bowers Directly in line, towards the mouth of the underpass, there were two men. One man, middle-aged, or slightly older, fairly heavy-set, in a white shirt, fairly dark trousers. Another younger man, about midtwenties, in either a plaid shirt or plaid coat or jacket. James Fi
  6. Don, I don’t see any resemblance to Frank Sturgis at all. Sturgis had curly hair; the Mexican Oswald seems to have straight hair with a small bare spot on top of the head. Johansson I'm sorry you're not convinced Wim, Undercover secret agents wear wigs, headpieces or whatever to conceal their identity!!! Try matching the facial features, height, body size and maybe you'll find the real Mexico City Oswald. From Spartacus: "In 1956 Sturgis moved to Cuba. He also spent time in Mexico; Venezuela, Costa Rica; Guatemala, Panama and Honduras. It is believed that during this time Sturgis work
  7. Don, I don’t see any resemblance to Frank Sturgis at all. Sturgis had curly hair; the Mexican Oswald seems to have straight hair with a small bare spot on top of the head. Johansson I'm sorry you're not convinced Wim, Undercover secret agents wear wigs, headpieces or whatever to conceal their identity!!! Try matching the facial features, height, body size and maybe you'll find the real Mexico City Oswald. From Spartacus: "In 1956 Sturgis moved to Cuba. He also spent time in Mexico; Venezuela, Costa Rica; Guatemala, Panama and Honduras. It is believed that during this time Sturgis work
  8. Don, I don’t see any resemblance to Frank Sturgis at all. Sturgis had curly hair; the Mexican Oswald seems to have straight hair with a small bare spot on top of the head. Johansson
  9. There's a few pages online of his book "Food for the Jackals". http://books.google.com/books?id=OpX-cJ6ES...L95O-g#PPA40,M1 Well, I guess the jackals have enough bones with page 39 Wim
  10. No Mark, you've got it all wrong. I have not posted for a long time here, and when I resumed , I found that I could not login. My username as well as my password did not work anymore. I tried the "retrieve a new password" function, but that did not function either, because the software kept saying : nos such username or email address i known" or some message of that kind. I have emailed John Simkin with a request to give me some assistance on resolving the problem, but never received a response. Then I have emailed James Richards who responded that he would take it up with John. Since ther
  11. No, I have not seen that before, but even if there is some truth to the statement, I fail to see the significance. Wim
  12. The end conclusion of this video is "Spread the word!" But which word do you want to be spread on the JFK assassination? Wim
  13. .Then why did you ask? Well, tough luck then! That's a strange selection, Bugliosi was 50 bucks, right? I get it now, the funds are dried up for the real witnesses. Tell me Bill, did you ever see the Chauncey Holt DVD I made available? Can you recommend it? Or was he full of XXXX too? http://www.amazon.com/Spooks-Hoods-Hidden-.../dp/B000W8HEC2/ The LHO museum was Judyth's, not mine, and it has been dissolved 3 years ago. But I don't expect you to be current on Judyth. It existed for 6 months and I have yet to see that your Secret History Museum and Assassination Research Center
  14. That would be nice, Jack. If only the moderators would come through with some assitance to regain my password. Wim
  15. Bill , I refuse to jump to the demands of someone who wants to know a publicly accessible detail, while he has demonstrated his prejudice and closedmindedness towards the subject, at the same time solliciting monies from me for a grand jury that will never happen, but refusing to buy a DVD for 25 bucks. If you are that cheap, then let someone else here, who has that DVD, write up a transcript for you about the specifics of Judyth's meeting with Lee at the Post office, to finally help you out of your pathetic conjectures based on other one's hearsay. This is exactly why I say that the JFK
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