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  1. Thanks, I'll be listening. I predict though, we'll hear something along the lines of 'due to national security concerns, at this time I cannot authorize blah blah blah, yada yada yada, the (duly authorized) release of remaining JFKA files'. The assassins own Presidents to the point that they're interchangeable, while their policies remain the same, throughout, always glaringly, and, dangerously similar to our Pentagon 'planners', and the sociopathic wish lists of their mentally unbalanced Chiefs.
  2. Yes, Lt. Colonel James Fetzer. He can always be counted on to endorse or come up with the most ludicrous theories and claims, especially in the case of the President's murder. But, then, what are Marine colonels suppose to do in the aftermath of a military coup. P.S. Thank you for laying down some cover for me in the other thread.
  3. If we really want to discover who was involved in the President's murder, we must check for military backgrounds among the established suspects. An affirmative hit points to guilt in the greenlighting, planning, or physical execution of the assassination---or the 58 year-long cover-up. For example - to begin our research, let's start with everybody's favorite suspect, Lt. Colonel John Edgar Hoover from U.S. Army Intelligence Reserves. J. Edgar was military? Shocking, eh? Well, no, not really - not in the local, state, or, federal governments of the U.S.A., where radio, then television, along with the brass, instruct us that Military-Americans are the best candidates for jobs in civilian governance and most importantly in civilian law enforcement. His more famous hustle - so they say - was a stint with the Federal B.I. where he posed as a mafia-denying closeted civilian. And, where he also did immense damage to the civilian sector in a run that lasted over 50 years. So, come on - the list of suspects won't check itself. Let's get to it, then, shall we?
  4. Don McGovern's review was exhilarating - and, thank you to James DiEugenio for having it on the excellent Kennedys & King site.
  5. Disagree. Dulles, in fact, was what he was always intended to be - a "civilian" patsy to draw heat away from the true ramrods of the assassination, and, other horrible crimes around the planet. They would be - in my opinion - the Joint Chiefs, operating under the full institutional weight of the Armed Forces , as embodied by the Generals and Admiral corps, their staffs, and, key lower ranked personnel.
  6. Hi, Benjamin - how are you?Have you considered the round that went into the right temple of the President - signifying, along with the timing, fire from the right, i.e., from the direction of the knoll?
  7. so, now it's burkey, burke, and, burkley. way to muddle a thread. anyway, one of the techs said it was a high-ranking uniform smoking a cigar - in the gallery - that instructed not to explore. Was burkley in the gallery smoking a stogie, or, standing on the floor with the autopsists, smoking a stogie?
  8. "Maybe They Don't Do This Anymore, But Are There Any Recent Polls Regarding Warren Report Belief or Disbelief?" One of the indications of a question is a question mark. Funny that.
  9. Google is your friend. Innane questions such as yours serve only to hasten more important issues off the front page.
  10. CIA, like Oswald, was a patsy, but, it served as such for all manner of Military ops including the Joint Chiefs' 'get the Kennedys' project. That's why it was established by Military brass in the first place - to draw heat. Look at how many JFKA 'researchers' spend so much time and energy on the CIA 'done it' conclusion, as well the number of obvious agents who entice those researches into that line of inquiry and conclusions with false leads and inflamatory accusations against its heads and personnel - which may very well be accurate but hardly conclusive of CIA supervision over the JFKA plot.
  11. When all the euphemisms, nicknames, and, other examples of avoidance speech, which are used to describe the rulers of the USA and much of the rest of the planet - the Deep State, the Shadow government, the One Percent (this is a pretty good label for the 3.5 million employees of one very persuasive Department of the government in a nation of 350 million citizens - but it was popularized during Operation: Wall Street, and, talk about a mis-direction), the Banksters, and, the future terms people will come up in their quest to run from the cold hard truth - are stripped away, we'll be left with just one word; Junta. Say it with me, now.
  12. James W. McCord - Army Air Forces (must have been near the point the Air Corps became the Air Force). Made 2nd Lieutenant in WW2 as a bombardier. Made Lieutenant Colonel U.S. Air Force Reserve in _____ and served in this capacity from _____ to _____. Can anyone fill in the blanks on yet one more Colonel lurking in the shadows of U.S. power during its coups and the orchestrated removals of its civilian Chief Executives.
  13. Continued running of the CIA 'done it' narratives most always ignore the Military's involvement at any random stop along the JFKA highway - most involvements occuring before CIA involvement. One of those narratives concerns the toxic warfare studies that are ascribed solely to Central Intelligence; the fact is they were actually conducted from their U.S.-funded inception by the Military and continued - if the Military is to believed - until 1975. The two individuals mentioned most often in these narratives on the subject of post-ww2 chemical warfare - L. Wilson Green and Sidney Gottlieb - worked at Military facilities, ran testing at Military facilities, sent instructions to CIA from Military facilities, drew pay from Military facilities, reported to and under the command of a Military officer. That one of them proposed in a paper to his superiors that "American Military scientists be given a mission" in this arena of study - predating similar CIA proposals by five years - tells us one thing, and, answers The Kennedys and King website review's own query ' where else but in the CIA'.
  14. Richard Helms USN Reserve 1942 - ? 1945, assigned to the Berlin office of SSU (Strategic Services Unit) which was then a key element of the War Department. In short order it became a large component of the Central Intelligence Group, remaining under control of the Military, and, directly managed by two Joint Chiefs. Helms was assigned to head the European Branch of this group whose whole inventory - including all the cmdrs and personnel - went in 1947 to the newly formed CIA. Appointed DDCI by Johnson in '66, while Admiral Raborn headed up the agency. 'Admiral Raborn'. That sounds - as does Helms and, now, the putatively civilian Central Intelligence Agency - suspiciously Military.
  15. Winston Lawson: Served U.S. Army Intelligence, CIC (Counter-Intelligence), 1953 - ?
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