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Evan Marshall

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  1. Two AR-15's and one Winchester Model 70 in .264 Magnum, JM Wave holds the answers
  2. Wondered if anyone ever checked to see if anyone made a lot of money on the stock market reacting to JFK's murder?
  3. If we start with a conclusion then all the "facts" that support that conclusion are golden but things that don't are discarded as irrelevant or simply wrong. I saw that happen time after time at Homicide when coworkers would "know" what happened and eventually find themselves with an unsolved homicide. And bullets can and will do all sorts of unpredictable things when they impact the human body AND the only time I saw anyone take three rifle rounds to the head and it was still relatively intact was when the M-1 carbine fmj was used.
  4. I read BE but waiting for its sequel reminds me of the boy who cried wolf. I wrote and published three books between 19189-2002. I've lost all interest in what DL's book might consist of.
  5. As a retired Homicide Sgt with the Detroit Police Dept who as assigned to Homicide twice with a tour at Detroit SWAT in between I've watched any number of intellectually silly or unsubstantiated "Facts". I learned quickly at Homicide if you did not look critically at what you thought you knew you would quickly end up with an unsolved Homicide. I've satisfied myself that I'm sure of what happened. Since I'm not selling things or trying to create "Evan's Marshals" I look with severe disappointment when we focus on throwing mud at each other.
  6. I've feared for decades that the biggest thing inhibiting us is ego. If we cannot admit our humanity or that we actually might be wrong!
  7. There wasn't the concern over an uncontrolled autopsy, a thorough crime scene search, a competent interrogation AND a trial for the patsy
  8. Actually, I was earlier today but no longer. The problem with some folks, like the teflon don's buddy Sammy can't keep her mouths shut once they're in.Otherwise I agree to disagree based on first hand information I possess.
  9. I've always thought that one of the reasons the conspiracy wasn't tumbled to earlier was simply the fact that we as a nation were too innocent and did not have a clue that such enthusiastic evil existed within our own government.
  10. Same for JFK. Frankly, Hoffa's death never interested me. He was a thug and we used to have serious problems in Detroit PD whenever the Teamsters were involved in demonstrations or strikes.
  11. The Code Of Silence evaporated years ago and witness protection is full of made men who snitched out their fellow slugs.
  12. Shortly before my retirement I met with the FBI's political corruption unit about my knowledge of DPD involvement in drug trafficking. When I asked them towards the end of our lengthily meeting if they knew who killed Hoffa they responded they didn't care!
  13. The question, of course, is why was a basic rule of homicide interrogations ignored repeatedly by Dallas PD?
  14. They should have been conveyed downtown and interviewed out side their comfort zone ASAP. I walked into Homicide one morning and we had 100 witnesses who needed to be interviewed.
  15. I learned a great thing at Detroit Homicide. Almost every witness has at least a speck of gold on them and sometimes with a little effort you uncover the mother load.
  16. Beto's idea of a vibe is pathetic and hardly an heir to the Kennedy I liked most.
  17. I joined the Detroit Police Dept in 1969. It was common practice to write down the appropriate info in a notebook and then towards the end of the day it would be transferred to the official run sheet.I knew coppers who kept these informal notebooks from their entire carer. And I suspect that November 22nd would be a day where such informal and unofficial records would be kept after transferred to the actual activity log. Maybe not but maybe
  18. Next he'll blame global warming and the ice age on those of us who are LDS. Grow up!
  19. Air America on forged orders. Spent time in NV getting ready.
  20. Talked to him face to face and having served two separate tours in Detroit Homicide I'm convinced of his honesty. He shot from the Dal Tex building with a Winchester Model 70 re barreled in 6 MM. His personal motivation was family members killed at the Bay Of Pigs. Since I'm not selling anything I'm perfectly content to just sit and watch and comment occasionally.
  21. Joined the Detroit Police Dept in 1969. Way too young for Korea.
  22. The critical question is if the FBI and CIA wanted to know or even knew prior to the Big Event as the WC was a farce. My sources tell me JM Wave Cubans and a military sniper flown in from SE Asia to backup the Cubans who were notorious for running their mouths.
  23. Went to the SHOT SHOW in Vegas to do some market research for a guy. The SHOT SHOW is the shooting, hunting and outdoor trade show and is the largest one in the world. He got us comped at the Horseshoe and Bennie jr invited us to dinner. When he found out I was retired Detroit Homicide he apparently incorrectly assumed I was dirty and spoke rather freely. I, of course, was not but mostly listened to him talk about his dad and Vegas at the time. He informed me that virtually every Clark County Sheriff's vehicle had a shovel in the trunk and they were often assigned to deal with problem people who needed to be buried in the desert. I, of course, was familiar with the mafia heads in Detroit and the Hoffa Affair. I did not ask about JFK as I had been up for 24 hours straight due to a delayed flight and excused myself and went to bed.
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