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Good Day.... OSWALD's U.S. Marine Corps manual that he gave

to CARLOS BRINGUIER in August 1963 recently was auctioned by

BRINGUIER on eBay for $ 72,500.

....Proves that smartly and pro-actively seeking out the right customer(s)

to satisfy his/her wants, positively pays handsomely !

http://cgi.liveauctions.ebay.com/56190-Lee...sspagenameZWDVW

In BRINGUIER's auction item description, he freely admits that

someone altered the manual before BRINGUIER received it.

BRINGUIER has been posting auctions on eBay for many years. If anyone

wants his contact info, feel free to contact me privately.

Best Regards in Research,

Don

Don Roberdeau

U.S.S. John F. Kennedy, CV-67, "Big John," Plank Walker

Sooner, or later, The Truth emerges Clearly

Discovery: ROSEMARY WILLIS Zapruder Film Documented 2nd Headsnap : Westward, Ultrafast, & Directly Towards the "Grassy Knoll"

Dealey Plaza Professionally-surveyed Map Detailing 11-22-63 Victims locations, Witnesses, Photographers, Suspected trajectories, Evidentiary artifacts, & Important information & considerations

President KENNEDY "Men of Courage: 4 Principles" speech, and a portion of fellow researchers articles and my research & discoveries, 1975 to present

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National Terror Alert for the United States:

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"Drehm seemed to think the shots came from in FRONT OF or BESIDE

the President." (my EMPHASIS)

----CHARLES F. BREHM, a combat gunfire experienced, United States

Army Ranger, World War II, D-day veteran, & very close Dealey Plaza

attack witness, quoted only minutes after the attack, and while he

is still standing within Dealey Plaza (11-22-63 "Dallas Times Herald,"

fifth & final daily edition, which mis-spelled his name)

"Another eyewitness, Charles Brehm, said he was 15 feet away from the

President when he was shot.

'He was waving, then the FIRST shot hit him and that awful look

crossed his face.' " (my EMPHASIS)

CHARLES F. BREHM, a combat gunfire experienced, United States Army

Ranger, World War II, D-day veteran, & very close Dealey Plaza attack

witness (quoted to the "Associated Press," 11-22-63)

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William Kelly Posted Today, 08:31 AM

Don,

Is there a page by page repoduction of this manual?

Would it be possible to get a similar one?

Oswald is said to also have his brother Robert's USMC manual,

which he reportedly memorized before enlisting.

There's more to his manual than meets the eye.

BK

Memorizing the USMC manual as well as enlisting in the USMC, are of course actions which can be considered typical undertakings of communists/marxists.....

:lol:

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Good Day.... OSWALD's U.S. Marine Corps manual that he gave to CARLOS BRINGUIER in August 1963 recently was auctioned by BRINGUIER on eBay for $ 72,500.

....Proves that smartly and pro-actively seeking out the right customer(s) to satisfy his/her wants, positively pays handsomely !

http://cgi.liveauctions.ebay.com/56190-Lee...sspagenameZWDVW

My only question is whether the guy used an eBay MasterCard to get up to $25.00 back ....?

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William Kelly Posted Today, 08:31 AM

Don,

Is there a page by page repoduction of this manual?

Would it be possible to get a similar one?

Oswald is said to also have his brother Robert's USMC manual,

which he reportedly memorized before enlisting.

There's more to his manual than meets the eye.

BK

Memorizing the USMC manual as well as enlisting in the USMC, are of course actions which can be considered typical undertakings of communists/marxists.....

:lol:

Antti,

Let us not forget our Marxist was also arrested wearing his Marine Corp Ring.

Mike

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Good Day.... OSWALD's U.S. Marine Corps manual that he gave to CARLOS BRINGUIER in August 1963 recently was auctioned by BRINGUIER on eBay for $ 72,500.

....Proves that smartly and pro-actively seeking out the right customer(s) to satisfy his/her wants, positively pays handsomely !

http://cgi.liveauctions.ebay.com/56190-Lee...sspagenameZWDVW

My only question is whether the guy used an eBay MasterCard to get up to $25.00 back ....?

:lol:;):ice

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Let us not forget our Marxist was also arrested wearing his Marine Corp Ring.

Ah, the surest possible sign of someone dissatisfied with the American Way of Life, eh? Let's see: "I hate this place, want to kill the President ... and proud to be a Marine!" :lol:

Think so?

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Duke Lane Posted Today, 06:44 AM

QUOTE(Mike Williams @ Aug 12 2008, 04:54 PM)

Let us not forget our Marxist was also arrested wearing his Marine Corp Ring.

Ah, the surest possible sign of someone dissatisfied with the American Way of Life, eh? Let's see: "I hate this place, want to kill the President ... and proud to be a Marine!"

Think so?

Exactly what I was thinking. Further, I do recall LHO in an interview in New Orleans (I recall) having to think about how to respond to a rather spontaneous question on marxism, his response was that of someone trying to recall the lines when playing a part in a play. Of course the defection to Russia just adds to this logical equation of a man who at the age of 17 years volunteers to enlist, who was so bummed he couldn't enlist at 16.....

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Duke Lane Posted Today, 06:44 AM

QUOTE(Mike Williams @ Aug 12 2008, 04:54 PM)

Let us not forget our Marxist was also arrested wearing his Marine Corp Ring.

Ah, the surest possible sign of someone dissatisfied with the American Way of Life, eh? Let's see: "I hate this place, want to kill the President ... and proud to be a Marine!"

Think so?

Exactly what I was thinking. Further, I do recall LHO in an interview in New Orleans (I recall) having to think about how to respond to a rather spontaneous question on marxism, his response was that of someone trying to recall the lines when playing a part in a play. Of course the defection to Russia just adds to this logical equation of a man who at the age of 17 years volunteers to enlist, who was so bummed he couldn't enlist at 16.....

So why did he enlist? Well some would have us think to "escape" his mother. However, by all accounts, his mother pretty much was at his beck and call, always defended him, and always rationalized his actions. Why would he wish to escape that?

Mike

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