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  1. Here’s the full https://atwaatwar.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/the-vince-bugliosi-story-16-3-mb.pdf
  2. And to your point of him saying yeah, I asked him six time to make sure I clarified if Oswald was intelligence and if you notice at the 1/hr 10 min mark as I’m talking about Oswald intelligence connection he said yeah in the middle of me talking agreeing on what I was saying. The beginning of the episode he stopped and corrected me when I got something wrong, so the idea of him saying yeah as a response but not answering the question is ridiculous, I asked him over five times and even clarified it further to make sure and if he didn’t agree he wouldn’t say yes or yeah after I asked the question and you can see that when he talks about the cia involvement in which he repeated that the government didn’t do it. Then he even says at the 1/hr 22 min mark this is speculation but some possibilities and all were ways he could have been used, who speculates if they don’t agree he would have just said no and moved to a different question
  3. I think the importance is the first sentence I started it off with which is Oswald was intelligence. The rest of the episode is him saying the warren commission painted a story for the public and his investigation was hindered by the cia max fbi.
  4. Hermino Diaz Garcia and Virgilio Gonzalez so falls in line more with the operation 40 theory
  5. He didn’t remember the names but he learned it from Cuban intelligence which he said in the last five min
  6. It’s better to hear him talk about it https://open.spotify.com/episode/4OXGSwuHYf0gHtJxGWIbLL?si=nrdgvoJeS4SjPaycFFH1NA and the documents here https://atwaatwar.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/the-vince-bugliosi-story-16-3-mb.pdf
  7. You can skip 35 min but he admitted Oswald was intelligence at the 1hr 7min mark G. Robert Blakey is the nation's foremost authority on the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act (RICO), has served on the Notre Dame Law School faculty for more than 30 years. He teaches in the areas of criminal law and procedure, federal criminal law and procedure, terrorism, and jurisprudence. Blakey was Chief Counsel and Staff Director to the U.S. House Select Committee on Assassinations from 1977 to 1979, which investigated the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. under the direction of Louis Stokes. Blakey also helped Stokes draft the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992. He and Richard Billings, the editor of the final report of the Committee, would later write two books about the assassination. Out Of The Blank #1264 - G. Robert Blakey
  8. Dale M. Brumfield is a Journalist, Author, Cultural Archaeologist and Anti-Death Penalty Advocate who has written over thirteen books dealing with various issues of press and human rights. Dale is the author of "Independent Press in D.C. and Virginia: An Underground History" which details the nation's capital and the state of Virginia were a hotbed of political and social turmoil that marked the 1960s and 1970s. The area saw anti-Vietnam War protests, civil rights marches and students clamoring for a cultural revolution. Underground publications in D.C. and Virginia sprang up to document the radical change and question the "straight media." Off Our Backs led the charge for women's equality. The Gay Blade fought for the rights of homosexuals. Even the FBI began infiltrating the underground press movement by planting informants and creating fake magazines to attract suspicious "radicals." Out Of The Blank #1259 - Dale M. Brumfield
  9. Check out David Blavk and his books on lsd and the weather underground he’s been on my show twice and his books cover a lot and had me interested in Timothy Leary I did a few episodes on but nobody wants to touch the MKULTRA stuff. David talbot and me went into it a bit but names ive seen across various documents related to mkultra are Ewen Cameron Sydney Gottlieb Joylon West The Central Intelligence Agency drugged American citizens with- out their knowledge or consent. It used university facilities and per- sonnel without their knowledge. It funded leading researchers, often without their knowledge. These institutes, these individuals, have a right to know who they are and how and when they were used. As of today, the Agency itself refuses to declassify the names of those institutions and individuals, quite appropriately, I might say, with regard to the individuals under the Privacy Act. It seems to me to be a fundamental responsibility to notify those individuals or institutions, rather. I think many of them were caught up in an unwitting manner to do research for the Agency. Many researchers, distinguished researchers, some of our most outstanding members of our scientific community, involved in this network, now really do not know whether they were involved or not, and it seems to me that the whole health and climate in terms of our university and our scientific and health facilities are entitled to that response. and that’s here https://www.intelligence.senate.gov/sites/default/files/hearings/95mkultra.pdf
  10. John potash and Stephen kinzer on my show briefly mentioned this but you can find Gottlieb was used in some of the Assassination attempts on Castro and lumumba https://s3.documentcloud.org/documents/4183168/DCI-LTR-TO-U-S-SENATE-RE-SECOND-SECRETARY-OF.pdf also found this which is interesting if you look at the mkultra stuff https://embed.documentcloud.org/documents/22409199-oswald-and-lsd
  11. page 8 and onwards https://s3.documentcloud.org/documents/4135271/DOCID-32264840.pdf
  12. They had quite a few amount of safes and one that had two sets of combinations with hsca staff that had one and cia with another. https://s3.documentcloud.org/documents/22423763/cia-officer-rifles-files-of-hill-panel-cia-officer-since-fired-rifled-hill-panels-files.pdf https://s3.documentcloud.org/documents/22594379/hsca-internal-security-problem.pdf https://s3.documentcloud.org/documents/22684413/hsca-security.pdf
  13. The part where he said two things of why they might be keeping documents 1. if a name is included and has not been cleared for release but In this case everyone is practically dead. So he said that wouldn’t be the case 2. whatever they were using back then is still used in intelligence operations now so not to expose the secrets of these agencies to foreign adversaries
  14. He was on my show and you can notice one thing he does is bring examples of a bunch of things that aren’t relative to the point or question that is being addressed. Plus i don’t care if you are left or right or whatever your politics are but the extreme conservatism boiled out in the conversation in this episode which I just tuned out
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