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B. A. Copeland

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  1. @James DiEugenio@Larry Hancockgreat response by you both. Any idea if any research has been done on Morales’ whereabouts on that tragic evening?
  2. I believe that is the same dark skinned man that O’Sullivan (and others) photographically ID’ as Morales but we’re in error it seems? Personally he is unidentified. I don’t even know if research has been done to attempt to learn where Morales (or Robertson, etc) was on that terrible day but I’d definitely guess that, as the Cuban pilot implied, in my mind anyway, to Wayne January, that Bobby was hated more than JFK and at the minimum I’d say Morales disliked Bobby as much as he disliked Jack.
  3. I'd ask Doug Campbell or @Rob Clark David. He has a great deal of focus on Loran Hall and I wouldn't be surprised if he knew exactly where to locate the document. I mean hopefully someone here can provide you with a copy asap but certainly Campbell and @Rob Clark are worth asking.
  4. New show from Campbell. Figured this was a relevant place to post? #177 (RE-MIX!) December 1, 2020: "From The Bay Of Pigs To Dealey Plaza: Rip Robertson, Operation TILT, And The JFK Hit."
  5. Oh for sure. Certainly all criticism encouraged and welcome in my book. I should also (and more accurately) state that Rob seems to consistently rely on evidence from the documentary record more than he does not and calls speculation what it is when it is indeed so.
  6. Uhh...what? I think its best to keep our emotions in check and focus strictly on the evidence which is exactly what Rob seems to have done and always does. Its in our best interest as a research community (and student in my case) to challenge ourselves to not become "fans" of anyone. I have some of my favorite researchers and scholars but they are certainly human and are prone to being in error on such a complex historical study. I remember reading these ARRB documents on Prouty and wow, its nice to see such hardcore facts to challenge what anyone might say or offer to those interested in the
  7. Greg Parker elaborates very well on Korth and Ekdahl in his chat with Alan Dale as well.
  8. Brilliant Robert and its great to see you posting again. Been a while since I've personally seen you around.
  9. What a pathetic political reality we live in these days....how can any human absolutely say something of this...surely she does not believe what she says.
  10. Latest from Doug Campbell and concerning Prouty for discussion and analysis, etc: TDA #174~ August 11, 2020: "Diversionary Ramblings And Imagined Scenarios: L. Fletcher Prouty & The JFK Hit."
  11. Any topic about Morales, or De Torres, etc, is fascinating and worth a read. @Robert Montenegro, I actually asked Mr H @Larry Hancock about any connection to Morales that he would be aware of and I can't remember his response (it can certainly be found) but I believe he said there was none that he could find? I could be wrong. I'll try to dig it up but any evidence that the two men knew and worked with one another would be absolutely fantastic. No one is going to confidently ID any of the key suspects in a film where the subjects have their back facing the viewer. We've been down that road eno
  12. Thanks for your input Paul. I mean that sounds fascinating as hell honestly....I swear I suspect Admiral Galloway as well....I don't think I've ever heard of Kinney being connected to the murder in any way but I'm always willing to learn, you have to in a case of this nature. Thanks again.
  13. @Rob Clark as guest host on Midnight Writer News show by S.T Patrick: MWN Episode 145 – Rob Clark on The Fan & Harold Weisberg
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