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Talk about a great cliffhanger whilst reading documents.....can anyone shed any light on what those "high level" individuals showed Weiss that "scared the sh*t" out of him??I am referring to the document produced by the ARRB titled "Intial Conversation With Stephan Weiss Of The 112th M/I Group" and am absolutely curious but definitely understand that he most likely never, ever revealed it to anyone :(...According to the documents, what scared him was info relating to the Warren Commission (I assume from his use of "WC"). Thanks to Uncle Malcolm and Barto, document can be found here: http://www.prayer-man.com/gifts-from-uncle-malcolm-part-6/ . This is absolutely fascinating and I lost just a teenie bit of sleep just wondering what in the hell could it have been....I couldn't find any topics concerning Weiss here so I thought this could server as one for sure and if one is ever officially created of him, this can be merged. Great small set of documents on Weiss and the 112th.
On September 3rd, 1935, US Senator Huey Pierce Long of Louisiana addressed the senate and told them of a plot by the military industrial complex to assassinate him. On September 8, Huey was in the State Capitol in Baton Rouge for a special session of the Louisiana legislature, pushing through a number of bills including a measure to gerrymander opponent Judge Benjamin Pavy out of his job. According to the generally accepted version of events, Pavy’s son-in-law, Dr. Carl Weiss, approached Huey in a corridor and shot him at close range in the abdomen. Huey’s bodyguards immediately opened fired on Weiss as Huey ran to safety. Weiss was killed instantly, and Huey was rushed to a nearby hospital, where emergency surgery failed to stop internal bleeding. Long died 3 days later. After the shooting, the biggest public controversy was whether Weiss was part of an assassination plot with Long's enemies, not whether he actually shot the senator, but almost a century later, some still insist that Weiss never fired a shot. Anyone else interested in this case? http://time.com/4020709/huey-long-anniversary/