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  1. Great, thanks Denny, certainly I'm happy to discuss it and kick around issues and the thinking behind parts of it - clearly its not always possible to detail the backstory behind all the content. I tried to do that this time with a more extensive set of commentary in the end notes so I hope that helps. But I'm always available here or vie email.
  2. I'm very glad to hear that Joe, strangely we did not get a pre-release copy for review so I have not seen it yet - however my regular purchased copy is supposed to be here on Monday according to the shipping tracker. If you want to chat while reading it just message me or drop me an email... -- Larry
  3. Hi Hugo, I hope you receive your copy and find it a good read. Unfortunately we are having some problems with Amazon fulfillment and communicating with them is always challenging. I've yet to receive my own print copy even though I ordered one immediately - the good news is that its available for a read on the Mary Ferrell Foundation and we have uploaded the print manuscript files to Amazon (Kindle should go in this weekend). In my past experience publishing via Amazon can go smoothly - or not. This time it seems to be the latter.
  4. A great post Benjamin, I hope it gets the serious discussion it deserves. I happened to pick the phrase "tipping point" in terms of motive and timing but operationally I think you are right on the money with "piggybacking". I have no doubt that the conspirators piggybacked on a number of things the CIA was doing with Oswald's identity by the summer of 1963, some or all of which he knew little to nothing about. The CIA, as with all the really professional intelligence agencies, are really good at "using" people in that fashion. Personally I think that after his return most of Oswald's direc
  5. Not really sure how long that twill take Pete, of course it actually just went live on Amazon U.S. two days ago and we are still wrestling with getting the Kindle version up. I've never timed it but I seem to recall in the past its taken a month or two for my books to make it to Amazon U.K.
  6. I'm afraid the subject of the rear exit looks no clearer now than it did the last time I looked at it, many years ago. As with much of the official evidence there are just too many outstanding questions to resolve at this distance in time. In reality a rear exit makes a lot of sense and its hard not to see it in a plan. The only option is to have employees inside the building take on the roles that were going to be required in terms of planting evidence and other activities (either shooting or simply making themselves visible as a diversion) - and then be hard core enough to bluff their
  7. That's much appreciated Gene and I can promise that its as real in a historical sense as I can make it. Real people, real backstories and in particular, the dangerous reality of extremely committed individuals whose anger had been fueled again and again - until it reached the boiling point in the fall of 1963.
  8. Tipping Point is now available for order in the print version on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Tipping-Point-Conspiracy-Murdered-President/dp/173644090X/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=tipping+point+hancock&qid=1617207373&s=books&sr=1-2#reader_173644090X It contains some new commentary and elaboration based on feedback on the serialized version as well as some new information, including discussion of one new and possibly significant CIA officer who has never really been on the radar before this (thanks to the ongoing work of David Boylan). It also contains an index whic
  9. Tipping Point is now available for order in the print version on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Tipping-Point-Conspiracy-Murdered-President/dp/173644090X/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=tipping+point+hancock&qid=1617207373&s=books&sr=1-2#reader_173644090X It contains some new commentary and elaboration based on feedback on the serialized version as well as some new information, including discussion of one new and possibly significant CIA officer who has never really been on the radar before this (thanks to the ongoing work of David Boylan). It also contains an index whic
  10. About the only thing I could add is that I have no doubt we do not know all of what those three men actually saw, nor herd, nor what they suspected. Which I personally feel included having seen Lee Oswald down stairs just as he described.....
  11. Chris, we had a great presentation on just that by Greg Wagner at last fall's Lancer conference and of course I wrote about it when I was working on SWHT. But it has not been my focus for many years now (same as the the back door issue itself for that matter). Without digging back into it I would say that Carolyn Walthers and Arnold Rowland seemed credible to me and were certainly close enough to have seen what they described; they can also be proven to have been there that afternoon. In the meantime I'd invite Greg to post here in regard to his conclusions on the Window Watchers and wh
  12. I think most everyone will be interested in this new study of records releases at the Mary Ferrell Foundation - credit goes to an immense amount of work by Rex Bradford: https://www.maryferrell.org/pages/State_of_JFK_Releases_2021.html
  13. Ron, I think the Carr story itself simply offers another example - and a good one with the documents - that as of Saturday morning and again on Sunday Hoover had and himself gave marching orders to "refute" or close off any lead that pointed to others than Oswald being involved in the shooting or in a conspiracy. We have many examples of that and other examples of internal memos which expose the lengths then went to in doing that, even when the WC itself asked them to investigate things like the Odio story. That is even more egregious since we can show internal memos that directly refute
  14. Certainly makes since he would need to be "repudiated", especially since he claims he has five other witnesses that would support his story and could confirm someone else other than Oswald was a shooter...you can see it would be a really big deal, especially if he had been able to provide names and bring them into support his claims. The problem for me is still that I can in no way see how he could have seen the detail of the man in the window from that distance that would allow him to identify him there or later on the street. I still don't see how the story goes beyond that regardless
  15. Ron, I have to refer you to the earlier documents I posted - including the fact that Carr said he was applying for work at that bu ilding not working there and indeed dropped his story about what he supposedly saw in a job interview later. As to what what I'm doing in regard to continuing work, I think everyone should be familiar with that - one book last year (In Denial) which delved among other things into the Cuba Project and some pretty sensational information about JFK and the Bay of Pigs that got little discussion, the extensive 2020 Wheaton Leads paper, and a 2021 book (Tipping Po
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