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Linda Minor

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  1. http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?app=core&module=search&do=search&fromMainBar=1 Steve Czukas was not a mis-spelling of Jack Cusack. They were two entirely different people.
  2. It is interesting, to me at least, that Martin Andersen was a newsman for Charles Marsh, whose newspaper chain bought the Orlando Sentinel and sent Andersen there to run it in 1931: So, not only did Andersen know Senator Smathers, he also knew LBJ's close friend and supporter Charles E. Marsh, the husband of Lyndon's alleged mistress, Alice Glass, and owner of the farm in Virginia where Lyndon often hobnobbed with George and Herman Brown. Andersen went to school in Fort Pierce, Florida before meeting Marsh, who acquired the nearby Orlando newspaper and sent Andersen back to run it. Richa
  3. Nov. 23-24-25 ARLINGTON CONFERENCE 50TH ANNIVERSARY JFK! The area’s only FREE conference on the Kennedy Assassination! Presentations by respected speakers, some of whom are also appearing at other venues (JFK Lancer or COPA) with admission costs from $150 to $450. HEAR THEM FREE AT THIS CONFERENCE: Dick Russell, Robert Groden, Edward T. Haslam, Dr. John DeLane Williams and Ernst Titovets, Gary Severson, Judyth Vary Baker, Kris Millegan, Popeye Jefferson, Beverly Oliver Masseegee, Homer Henderson and more! Main events are at: The Blue Bonnet Hall, Eunice Senior Center, 1000 Eunice, Arlingt
  4. Pat, it is free. I won't be able to attend although I was recently with Judyth and Kris Millegan in New Orleans, where she spoke to a packed house at Loyola. It is well worth your time. Stephen, as you are aware, Judyth does not need you there. Her new book on David Ferrie which will be released by TrineDay sometime after March 2014 will be the definitive book about the Mafia pilot.
  5. Al Martin is not exactly a credible source. He had a tendency to just make things up.
  6. This isn't exactly an interview, is it? Len Osanic appears to have no clue what Kris' monologue is about, but Kris obviously knows his subject. Excellent summary of the history of America since WWII.
  7. Trine Day is, in my opinion, the most courageous publisher on the planet. I was on the research list with Kris and Daniel Hopsicker back in 1996, along with Catherine Austin Fitts and David Guyatt. I have since met all of them in person and feel they are among my closest friends. Also through Kris I have met Ed Haslam and Judyth Vary Baker and others, including Doug Caddy. Kris has amazing instincts about what truth is, and he's not afraid to publish it, even though he has had to defend his writers in two lawsuits, both of which he dug deep into his own pockets to litigate and eventually win.
  8. Fascinating study of the background of the company the shooter's father worked for. Make sure to check out the site for photos also. http://synthinking.blogspot.com/2012/08/hncs-military-industrial-context.html HNC's Military-Industrial Context Robert M. Holmes, Jr. James Eagen Holmes' interest in synthetic thinking, more commonly known as artificial intelligence, was handed down to him by his father, Robert Milton Holmes, Jr., who worked for HNC Software, a company which went public in 1995. HNC was acquired in 2002 by Fair Isaac Corp (now FICO). Research into this company for which the A
  9. This is great news, Doug. I look forward to reading what Phil has to say.
  10. Footnote 4 to the quoted text from Peter Janney's book, Mary's Mosaic, reads as follows: Janney, Peter (2012-04-02). Mary's Mosaic: The CIA Conspiracy to Murder John F. Kennedy, Mary Pinchot Meyer, and Their Vision for World Peace (Kindle Locations 6570-6580). Skyhorse Publishing. Kindle Edition.
  11. Dino Brugoni is mentioned 48 times in Janney's book. Here's one of the first: He was described in this way: And his "boss," was described as: Then we hear from Janney about a second viewing of a processed Zapruder film on the same night: Above quotes from: Janney, Peter (2012-04-02). Mary's Mosaic: The CIA Conspiracy to Murder John F. Kennedy, Mary Pinchot Meyer, and Their Vision for World Peace (Kindle Locations 6079-6087). Skyhorse Publishing. Kindle Edition.
  12. Thanks, Doug. We can only imagine the lies that will be told., as "Discovery appears to be trying to out-history the History channel."
  13. Jack Anderson had a story about June Cobb in Parade magazine supplement in August 1962. June Cobb.pdf June Cobb2.pdf OF THAT STRANGE, wild breed of American adventurers who pursue danger and intrigue around the world, none appears less suited for the role than June Cobb, a girlish blonde with big blue eyes. She is-known to intelligence Agents of two continents as a soldier of fortune, no less audacious because of her sex, who has risked her life amid the jungles and revolutions of Latin America. . She hot been an opium grottier:in the Amazon, an undercover informer for the Narcotic* Burea
  14. Thanks James, You are the best. I have a feeling those two rascals are living the high life, next to a golf course somewhere. And probably very anxious to sell their stories. BK https://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do Mrs. D.A. Little married Pereira after he was married to Gertrude Joyce of Roswell, N.M.. Mrs. Llittle was from Corsicana, Texas and had a sister named Mrs. Sam Harwell and lived for a time in Fort Worth with Mr. and Mrs. John W. Boehl. http://www.acorn.net/jfkplace/09/fp.back_issues/17th_Issue/rambler2.html Brading and Periera had a long his
  15. https://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?mode=searchResult&absPageId=302048
  16. Scott, Feel free to message me at FB anytime you need research help.
  17. In 1952 the following front page article appeared, which gives a fuller description of him than his obit, 22 years later. What stands out is that he had absolutely no education, having left school in 1917, at age 20. Also notable is that he served in INDIA and had numerous medals from the French, Belgians, Italians and Greeks. Other sources at google books indicate he was a 33rd degree mason selected for an important job under President Truman within the Defense Department. With his role in the wholesale dairy industry, as well as Democratic politics, it's quite possible he would have had kno
  18. Tom! Thank you so much for that email, you certainly are incredible at researching someone as well, I have not read the article yet, because I was so excited to see it that I wanted to say thanks! A lot man!!! He was not 49 years old, but a 49-year veteran.
  19. My guess from what was disclosed to the public in his obit that he had some role with financing covert ops through these American Legion accounts. From American Legion website
  20. This obituary appeared in Uniontown: Mr. Griffith was executive vice president of Buchart-Horn, consulting engineers with offices in 10 eastern states and also head of Paul H. Griffith Industries, with main offices at Washington, D.C. At his Maryland farm, he raised hereford cattle and saddle horses. Mr. Griffith gained national prominence as U.S. Asst. Secretary of Defense under Secretaries Louis Johnson and George C. Marshall during the Truman Administration and National commander of the American Legion. Active in the American Legion, he served as commander of Lafayette Post 51 in Uniontow
  21. There is a 1950 photo of him here: http://cdm.sos.mo.gov/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/trumanlib&CISOPTR=3982&CISOBOX=1&REC=5
  22. I would like to second Doug Caddy's request. Kris Millegan has been a friend of mine for many years through internet groups engaged in research. His father was an honorable CIA agent who resigned from the Agency because he learned it was intent upon working with opium producers in the Far East as the U.S. was taking over from France in Vietnam. Kris himself told his story in his Forum Biography.
  23. Either the transcription of the HSCA testimony was wrong, or else the witness' memory was bad. The Rio Grande National Life Insurance Co. building was at the northwest corner of the intersection of Elm Street and N. Field, not Beal. The insurance company (Witt's employer in 1963) was owned and operated by the Baxter family, who moved to Dallas "in 1939, [when] the Rio Grande Building in Harlingen was traded for the old Linz Building on Main and Martin streets [1608 Main] in Dallas to become the company's new home office building." They built a new building in Dallas in about 1950 in the 1200
  24. Orleans Parish Grand Jury Testimony of Harold Weisberg, 28 Apr 1967 http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?docId=1210&relPageId=59 http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?docId=1210&relPageId=61 SUMMARY FOLDER OF OS/SAG INVESTIGATIVE FILES http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?mode=searchResult&absPageId=1154905 THE CASE AGAINST LYNDON B. JOHNSON IN THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT K http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?mode=searchResult&absPageId=1026638 Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 6, Issu
  25. Obviously, you chose not to listen to her two-hour interview. You and Barb can rant and rave all you like about the past debunking nonsense. But you can't deal with the content. My memory pales against Judyth's. I mispoke. The initial on the time cards was merely "J" instead of "JB," and the time cards are shown at pages 588 and 589 of both the hard and soft cover of the book. My thanks go to all of you who have responded with so much objectivity and professionalism.
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