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Doug Weldon

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  1. The distance from D.C. to Dearborn is 520 miles but hey, if someone wants to make up facts, what difference does a figure make? Let's just pull one out of the air and later state it as a fact because it makes it easier to say later that it was on the internet that the distance was 850 miles.
  2. Jack. here are the contradictory statements you don't recall making: From Post #28 in the Enid Gray explains Oswald's appearance thread: I was present for many of his interviews given [of Stripling witnesses]. From Post #37 in the Enid Gray explains Oswald's appearance thread: I was present when he interviewed three persons about LHO at Stripling Which, if either of those is true, Jack? "Many" or "three"? From Post #28 in the Enid Gray explains Oswald's appearance: Frank Kudlaty, the assistant principal at Stripling has been a friend of mine since the 1940s, when he was a college classma
  3. So that I am clear I have known Armstrong very well since 1998 and spent many hours on the phone with him in conversation as he was gathering his evidence and writing his book. I spoke with a couple of his witnesses. I knew there was a conflict between him and Lifton about Oswald though I have no idea what, if any, conflict still exists. (Yes, I know it is unusual for JFK researches to disagree with one another) I do know David had an extensive interview with Robert Oswald where Armstrong did not. I have also spent hours talking with Marina myself, even as recent as last year. I do not know wh
  4. As a side note I have the 26 volumes. I have not seen Sylvia's index but have used Walt Brown's index quite extensively. Doug Weldon I understand perfectly that Lifton may not agree with Armstrong. It does not affect my opinion of the importance of the work of either of them. Best, Doug Weldon
  5. As a side note I have the 26 volumes. I have not seen Sylvia's index but have used Walt Brown's index quite extensively. Doug Weldon
  6. Dean: Whatever one thinks about Harvey and Lee, it is a very unique book in that many of its premises could be proved with witnesses who are still living and evidence that continues to be very impressive. I did not agree with Armstrong on the impact of every piece of the evidence but some of the evidence is jaw-dropping. Watch the interviews and read the book. John Armstrong conducted one of the most impressive investigations of the JFK case ever done. John is unique in that he lets the evidence speak for itself. I believe you or I (or any attorney) could go into court and easily prove t
  7. Lee, With my legal background, I focus on how much evidence is needed to prove a certain point. Proving HARVEY and LEE requires a great deal of evidence because it is so specific. Dean Respectfully, this does not make any sense at all. Doug Weldon
  8. Greg thank you so much for your kind offer but I would like to own the book If that means paying $70.00 from The Last Hurrah then I will do that because I know how important this book is and I should have bought it when it came out but I kept slacking while the price kept rising Im glad I didnt do that with all the other books I own that are now sell for top dollar I guess I will have to sleep on the couch for a night Its worth it The book was $50 when it came out. It is on e-bay for $135 plus postage. I have seen it as high as $250. It is a huge book with a cd and comes with a sleev
  9. As you've probably noticed, new members are still being accepted. (Greg Burnham, Doug Weldon, and Martin Hay are all new members.) If you send Armstrong's email address to John Simkin, I suspect there'll be no problem. I was about to post the same response, then suspected that I wouldn't be telling Jack White anything he didn't already know. It seems clear he opted for his approach for a reason. I've always respected John Armstrong for his efforts. I've loaned and given away numerous copies of Harvey & Lee to my friends. Michael I wish I was your friend that you would give away a
  10. Thanks, Mike. I find it interesting that we sometimes forget (or neglect to remember) the obvious significance of this man's age: He was ONLY 24 years old! Imagine that...it was one of us? Hard to imagine--reliving my 24th year in his shoes or even in my own shoes for that matter! Yet, he--of such limited life experience--we presume went to the grave with extraordinary secrets about the crime of the century! Or, at least that's what we're being asked to believe... Let me clarify my meaning: I think he went to the grave with a lot of information, but--he may not have been aware of the signific
  11. Thanks, Mike. I find it interesting that we sometimes forget (or neglect to remember) the obvious significance of this man's age: He was ONLY 24 years old! Imagine that...it was one of us? Hard to imagine--reliving my 24th year in his shoes or even in my own shoes for that matter! Yet, he--of such limited life experience--we presume went to the grave with extraordinary secrets about the crime of the century! Or, at least that's what we're being asked to believe... Let me clarify my meaning: I think he went to the grave with a lot of information, but--he may not have been aware of the signific
  12. Thanks, Mike. I find it interesting that we sometimes forget (or neglect to remember) the obvious significance of this man's age: He was ONLY 24 years old! Imagine that...it was one of us? Hard to imagine--reliving my 24th year in his shoes or even in my own shoes for that matter! Yet, he--of such limited life experience--we presume went to the grave with extraordinary secrets about the crime of the century! Or, at least that's what we're being asked to believe... Let me clarify my meaning: I think he went to the grave with a lot of information, but--he may not have been aware of the signific
  13. Excellent, Doug. Yes, I was told it was not right, but someone with sloppy Russian, and a non-Russian, might say it. Maybe I went too far in "trying to be 'fair'" ...haha! My main thing was that in one account she says she said, in Russian, "good, comrade" ( and provides the Russian words).... in the other account she doesn't give the Russian words but says she said, "Thanks, comrade." But her Russian word from the other account does not translate as thank you. What do you think about this - I was also told by someone who has had some connection with learning about things military and intel,
  14. Excellent, Doug. Yes, I was told it was not right, but someone with sloppy Russian, and a non-Russian, might say it. Maybe I went too far in "trying to be 'fair'" ...haha! My main thing was that in one account she says she said, in Russian, "good, comrade" ( and provides the Russian words).... in the other account she doesn't give the Russian words but says she said, "Thanks, comrade." But her Russian word from the other account does not translate as thank you. What do you think about this - I was also told by someone who has had some connection with learning about things military and intel,
  15. The two statements above are at odds with one another. Which is it? And listening to this radio broadcast sounds like a good idea. Where can we find it? Barb :-) Barb: My girfriend is Russian and speaks fluent Russian. You noted "Saying, "Good, comrade" could be used loosely as "thank you, comrade" but is not the direct translation/meaning of the word she used." It is actually worse than that. "Karashaw, Tovarietsch" would be totally out of context. The person who speaks Russian would have no idea what you would be talking about. It would be like if someone asked you wha
  16. Jack: Great post! Just to confuse things further, I am very religious but evolution does not threaten my faith. I also followed the O.J. trial intensely and have read a number of books and much on the case but I strongly believe that O.J. got away with murder. Otherwise, we are all in complete agreement. I believe friendships can survive also. Best, Doug Doug...thanks! Have you read THE ESSENTIAL OJ book by Bill Dear, OJ IS GUILTY, BUT NOT OF MURDER? Google it to read all about it, such as http://www.atlasbooks.com/marktplc/00554.htm It presents the solution to the case, just as I
  17. What a waste. He could devote a whole season just to JFK. But I guess they figure the viewing public doesn't have that kind of attention span. Or interest, for that matter. Gotta be something new and exciting every week. That's show biz. In the pre-publicity for the show it appeared that Ventura was not going to be allowed to do a segment on JFK, a subject he has very strong feelings about. I have not seen any reruns lately of his show. The show most disturbing to me was about 2012 and the artwork at the airport in Denver. I did not see any reruns of that show. Doug Weldon
  18. Jack: Great post! Just to confuse things further, I am very religious but evolution does not threaten my faith. I also followed the O.J. trial intensely and have read a number of books and much on the case but I strongly believe that O.J. got away with murder. Otherwise, we are all in complete agreement. I believe friendships can survive also. Best, Doug
  19. I am having extensive dealings with her and if she is not "the real deal", I will eat my hat (figuratively speaking, since I don't wear one). Jim: None of us are ever going to totally agree with each other on everything. I don't judge Madeline because she may not have liked me. She would have joined the company of too many others if I used that as a criteria. I am familiar with Judyth. She e-mailed me years ago and I followed her story. I hope you are right but if I was in your shoes I would be more comfortable wearing a hat made out of chocolate cake. I was one of the people Armstrong
  20. Barb has devoted years of time and effort trying to find any sort of tidbit which can then be distorted and then 'used' against Judyth. Your objective presentation of Judyth's information is just raining on her parade. You can anticipate that the level of rhetoric of her responses will be proportionate to the damage being inflicted. Looks like you re on the ropes, Barb. Your beaten. Get over it... This thread is the final punch for the Judyth-bashing-trolls all over the internet! Congrats to Starsky and Hutch aka Jim and Judyth. KK This nonsense shows a total lack of understan
  21. Barb has devoted years of time and effort trying to find any sort of tidbit which can then be distorted and then 'used' against Judyth. Your objective presentation of Judyth's information is just raining on her parade. You can anticipate that the level of rhetoric of her responses will be proportionate to the damage being inflicted. Looks like you re on the ropes, Barb. Your beaten. Get over it... This thread is the final punch for the Judyth-bashing-trolls all over the internet! Congrats to Starsky and Hutch aka Jim and Judyth. KK This nonsense shows a total lack of understan
  22. I am deeply saddened by the death of Rich Dellarosa. My prayers go out to his wife Shelby and his family. At such a time the forum seems somewhat irrelevent. He was a good and decent man. He cared about many things and many people. Ultimately, that is the greatest legacy one can leave. Doug Weldon
  23. Thanks Duncan: To me that looks more like people than Badgeman or a DPD person behind a fence. That area, which you have taken the time to work on, must just be some kind of, "rosarch test", illusion and trick of the mind-shadow and sunlight-- no reason to go there; there is nothing to see, so lets move over to the north knoll. (... the Badgeman has been established as Fact; RIGHT?...) of course that is my speculations. Did you know they found a lake on the moon and a ship tied to a dock and two astronauts fishing? I have a picture I must show you. Its a Fact. P.S. Hey Duncan: You and
  24. Jerry: You get so much with the book, including a cd. It is in a box. The cost to buy it through Andy is MUCH less than I have ever seen it on e-bay. Though I don't agree with everything (I am one of the people the book is dedicated to) I agree with Jack that it is a must-have book. Some of the information is jaw-dropping. Best, Doug Weldon
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