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W. Tracy Parnell

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  1. No, because it is just an allegation made by a far-left activist with an axe to grind.
  2. Thank you Jonathan. Yes, there is no chance of any crazy story that remotely supports the Armstrong narrative being "buried." I just believe that the claim regrading the alleged cryptonym is much too speculative to be included at a prestigious site like MF.
  3. I find that generally the cryptonym database at Mary Ferrell's site is pretty accurate. There are a few that are questionable but the vast majority are accurately caregorized. But I believe it is a mistake to include this completely uncorroborated assertion even though it is labeled "speculative."
  4. Try This: JFK Asaassination witness page (jfk-assassination.net)
  5. I know Jim has me on ignore, but I'll reply for the benefit of the rest of the forum. It's more than that. He is saying that Veciana was let out of prison specifically by acolytes of the JCS for the purpose of shifting attention away from them and toward the CIA. Unfortunately, Veciana did no such thing after his release and never said that anyone let him out of jail early for any reason. This article discusses Newman's theory: Newman Says Phillips Was Not Bishop ~ W. Tracy Parnell (wtracyparnell.blogspot.com) BTW, Newman has filed suit to gain access to Veciana's release recrods: Update on John Newman ~ W. Tracy Parnell (wtracyparnell.blogspot.com) Something like a sketch is subjective. Here is a list of 14 relevant people that Fonzi showed the sketch to. Only 3 of these thought it looked like Phillips. One was Phillips himself who believed that Fonzi had manufactured the sketch resembling him. The second person was Schweiker and the third was Joseph Burkholder Smith. But Smith's "identification" of Phillips is tainted by the fact that he and Fonzi were discussing Phillips just before he saw the sketch. The Bishop Sketch-Who Did it Look Like? ~ W. Tracy Parnell (wtracyparnell.blogspot.com) CIA people like McCone thought that a Bishop had worked at the agency. Carmine Savastano found that several had: Regarding Maurice Bishop — TPAAK Barney Hidalgo said he knew Bishop and he was not Phillips. I deal with Crozier in my book.
  6. In his review, Jim D. writes: "The next year, 2013, Marie asked Antonio to identify Bishop. She did not mention Phillips in that request." But according to a presentation Mrs. Fonzi gave at the 2014 AARC Conference, she admitted that she "solicited" the "revelation" about Phillips. Marie Fonzi and Veciana's "Revelation" ~ W. Tracy Parnell (wtracyparnell.blogspot.com) BTW, Jim D's review merely restates Fonzi's assertions as fact. Anyone can read Fonzi's rough notes of the three original interviews and see that Fonzi's assertions often do not jibe with the record as I have been reporting since 2017. Old myths die hard it seems. There will be much much more in my forthcoming book: Gaeton Fonzi and the Veciana Allegations ~ W. Tracy Parnell (wtracyparnell.blogspot.com) Newman should be congratulated for some of the work he has done. Unfortunately, he is trying to relpace one conspiracy with another.
  7. Veciana first said he met Bishop in mid 1960. Later, he said 1959. The problem is neither date works (if you believe Bishop was Phillips) as Newman explained in his book.
  8. Hw also reffered to Bishop as possibly being "Jim" or "John" a fact that has somehow escaped the attention of the conspiracy people. After a 13-year relationship, wouldn't Veciana know what alias his contact used? How did he refer to him -"hey you"? One person says so-Veciana. Unless you still believe Wynne Johnson that is: My Final Word on Wynne Johnson ~ W. Tracy Parnell (wtracyparnell.blogspot.com)
  9. New site address: JFK / McAdams's Kennedy Assassination Home Page (jfk-assassination.net)
  10. I stand by my assertion that scientists and professional investigators would not agree with the methodology of the H&L supporters. I am not going to take it to them just to satisfy you since they (nor anyone else) should not have to spend a minute on nonsense. As for "reviewing and critiquing" the H&L theory, that is what I have done since the nineties. Thankfully, I don't spend much time doing that anymore since a group of responsible CTs who are concerned that the theory is hurting legitimate inquiry into the assassination has taken on that job.
  11. No, I have polled no specific individuals. But I believe I am on solid ground by saying that these people would tell you that the theory that there were two boys is remarkable. As such, it would only be considered after other simpler explanations had been ruled out. But Jim and other believers use discrepencies in the record to make a case for 2 Oswalds while ignoring other explanations.
  12. No, the simplest explanation is not to assume there were two boys. Any investigator or scientist would tell you that is illogical. It depends on how you read the records. There is more than one way to do that and as Jonathan has pointed out, Greg Parker has provided an alternate explanation. Additionally, there are other explanations such as the records contain errors which the Armstrong supporters use to their advantage.
  13. Actually, it was 7-so what? Nick Nalli Reviews Josiah Thompson's Last Second in Dallas (onthetrailofdelusion.com)
  14. Ray and Richard, Sorry, I usually resist urges to respond in this manner but I had a weak momment.
  15. A critical review of Thompson's book by Nicholas Nalli: JFK Files: The Ghost of the Grassy Knoll Gunman
  16. I don't believe it is such. Regarding the point Jim D. makes, Garrison's office was looking for Bertrand. It is reasonable to assume that Garrison was aware of it. But Fred has admitted that is it possible he may not have been.
  17. As I have already mentioned, my purpose was not to write a critical review. I was helping a friend promote a book. If Jim or others want to criticize they may do so.
  18. Was Rose Cherami Murdered? (onthetrailofdelusion.com)
  19. Was Sergio Arcacha Smith with Rose Cherami in November, 1963? (onthetrailofdelusion.com)
  20. Anthony Summers: "I think the Cherami episode should now be consigned to the junk pile - as a red herring that one could well do without." Jim Garrison (and others) on Rose Cherami (onthetrailofdelusion.com)
  21. Did Rose Cherami Provide Invaluable Information on Dope Smuggling? (onthetrailofdelusion.com)
  22. Fred Litwin explains why it is highly unlikely that anyone heard Rose Cherami predict the JFK Assassination. Did Anybody Hear Rose Cherami Predict the JFK Assassination? (onthetrailofdelusion.com)
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