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According to this report, Lamar Waldron's partner Thom Hartmann has left Air America.

His shows are archived at this site, called the White Rose Society, which is named after the group of medical students who organized a leafleting campaign against the Nazis and were implicated in the July 20, 1944 Valkyrie plot to kill Hitler. So Thom, if not Lamar, should have been well aware of the Valkyrie details, and taken notice of the CIA/DOD plans to adapt them against Cuba.

I'm also recalling that in John Martino's book, I Was Castro's Prisoner, I think he mentions that there was an anti-Castro counter revolutionary group in Cuba called the White Rose Society.

It would be great if someone with that book could confirm that.

Thanks, BK

http://www.whiterosesociety.org/

....Thom Hartmann has left the Air America Radio Network, and is now in the employ of Dial Global. As a consequence, I again have permission to present his archives and podcasts here. They should re-appear on this site within the next day or so (I am writing on Sunday, March 15th, 2009) and will be subject to a seven day embargo so as not to cannibalize podcast subscription sales which support Dial and which therefore support Thom's show. (Monday update - Last Monday's show has now been posted.)

Again, thanks to all of you who have helped out with your gifts to help keep this going. I literally could not do this without you.

-Ben Burch

http://www.spiritone.com/~gdy52150/wr.htm

http://www.whiterosesociety.org/WRS_pamphlets_home.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Rose

I found it:

http://74.125.47.132/search?q=cache:zg_U7-...=clnk&gl=us

...Joining the Cuban Rebel forces in 1957 or 1958, Morgan saw service in the Escambray and emerged as Fidel Castro's chief cloak-and-dagger man and one of the most spectacular confidence men and double-crossers of our day. In August 1959, he carried out two major agent-provocateur operations for Castro with conspicuous success. He convinced Dominican dictator Rafael Leonidas Trujillo that he was able to organize and lead a military insurrection that would overthrow the Castro regime. Reportedly, he got $200,000 from the Dominican political boss and, with Castro's connivance, lured Dominican mercenaries and anti-communist volunteers into a carefully prepared death trap. A few days earlier, he had betrayed the leaders of the White Rose society, the militant anti-Castro organization with which I was supposed to have been connected, to the Cuban secret police. As a result, 4,000 suspects were arrested and the backbone of what was at that time the most effective anti-Castro organization in Cuba was snapped....

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HELP ON BIOGRAPHY OF WILLIAM MORGAN -- "Aran Shetterly of Brooksville, Maine (aranshetterly@hotmail.com ) is working on a biography of William Morgan, a U.S. citizen born in Cleveland OH on 19 April 1928, who became embroiled in revolutionary and counter-revolutionary activity in Cuba during the period 1958-61, ultimately being executed by the Castro regime in March 1961. Aran would welcome an opportunity to interview anyone who might have perspective on the case of this person who allegedly had ties to U.S. intelligence. Aran Shetterly is a friend and neighbor of AFIO member Bob Sargent ( sargent@prexar.com ). Anyone having knowledge of the Morgan case and willing to talk with Aran could contact him directly via e-mail or phone (207-829-6201). One also might channel perspective on the Morgan case to Aran via Bob Sargent who would source only to a knowledgeable AFIO member."

Here are some sources who could probably be of some help.

By ALFONSO CHARDY AND MICHAEL SALLAH msallah@MiamiHerald.com

With hands resting on their guns, Ernesto ''Che'' Guevara and William Morgan -- two rebel leaders -- glared at each other from across a desolate field in the central mountains of Cuba.

For a tense moment on that fall day 50 years ago, each waited for the other to make a move -- the Cuban revolution on the brink.

They exchanged harsh words but in the end put down their weapons, agreeing to return to fighting their common enemy, the Fulgencio Batista regime.

Both would lead their own units in the final weeks of the revolution. Both captured major cities. Both played pivotal roles in the conflict.

But while Guevara has been long remembered, Morgan has been largely forgotten -- an ex-paratrooper buried in an obscure grave in Havana's largest cemetery.

Former rebels who fought with Morgan argue that he has never been recognized for his role in a revolution that changed Cuba.

''He was a soldier,'' said Enrique Encinosa, a Miami radio host who penned six books on Cuban history. ``He was tough. He was disciplined. He was able to teach people to fight who had never been taught before.''

In a crucial sweep during the last two weeks of the fighting, Morgan and his men attacked a fortress that guarded the road to Cienfuegos, forcing the soldiers inside to surrender.

The move not only allowed Morgan to capture the city, but opened the area to the guerrillas marking the beginning of the end for Batista's army, historians say.

Three years later, the yanqui comandante met his own demise after defying a revolutionary government he helped put in power.

Charged with running guns to anti-Castro rebels, Morgan was executed by a firing squad in 1961 and was buried in the massive Colón Cemetery.

Five decades later, his role in modern Cuban history is resurfacing, partly because of a rare request by relatives to have his remains returned to the United States.

For the past 18 months, Morgan's widow has been quietly negotiating with the Cuban and U.S. governments, while former rebels in Miami have been raising money to ensure he won't be forgotten.

Some of the money is expected to pay for the return of Morgan's remains -- if the request is granted, said George Castellon, who has helped raise $2,500.

''For so long, people just remembered Che Guevara,'' Castellon said. ``It was Che this and Che that. But they forgot about Morgan.''

GUN-RUNNING ROLE

Morgan was a swashbuckling figure who cut a large swath among rebels in the Escambray Mountains.

A street tough with underworld ties, his entry into Cuba began in Cold War fashion: running guns to Castro's rebels -- possibly for mobster Meyer Lansky, interviews and FBI records show.

While the guns were strictly for money, Morgan said he took on the revolutionary cause after a fellow gun smuggler was killed by Batista's forces in 1957.

No one has been able to confirm the story, but Morgan showed up in the Escambray that year to launch a series of assaults that later drove Batista's soldiers from the mountains. Sporting tattoos and speaking broken Spanish, the pudgy, sunburned Ohioan was a curiosity to the rebels in the mountains of central Cuba.

Compared to the fighters in the eastern Sierra Maestra, the guerrillas of the Escambray -- known as the Second Front -- were less experienced.

Although Morgan had a checkered military past -- he was booted from the U.S. Army for going AWOL -- he was well trained in hand-to-hand combat, according to former rebels.

''He was experienced,'' recalled commander Eloy Gutiérrez Menoyo, 74, in a phone interview from an apartment outside Havana. ``He spoke little Spanish, but we took in anyone willing to take up arms against the dictatorship.''

While Morgan had a poor U.S. Army record, ''he was in a position to teach the young [rebels],'' said Encinosa. ``You're talking about some who never knew how to fire and clean a gun. That's what Morgan brought to them.''

In one of his first encounters with the enemy, Morgan showed his experience while revealing his lack of Spanish.

Gutiérrez Menoyo ordered his men to hold their fire as an army patrol approached. The goal: to capture the soldiers for their weapons.

''I asked everyone to confirm they understood my orders, and all, including William, nodded in agreement,'' Gutiérrez Menoyo recalled.

But when the soldiers broke through the brush, Morgan opened fire, wounding several. The soldiers escaped but returned with more men, chasing the rebels deep into the mountains for several days.

Gutiérrez Menoyo ended up scolding Morgan, but it was clear the American ''possessed tremendous ability,'' said Gutiérrez Menoyo, who spent 21 years in prison after falling out of favor with Castro.

During later skirmishes with troops in Fomento, Saltillo, Padrero and La Diana, Morgan inflicted numerous casualties.

He also earned respect among his men. After one battle, he carried a wounded rebel on his back ''all the way from the scene of the battle to the mountains, where he was treated,'' according to the 1979 book Merc: American Soldiers of Fortune.

Within a short time, Morgan's troops had fought more than 15 engagements -- losing none, according to Merc.

One rebel particularly impressed by Morgan was Olga Rodríguez, who fled to the mountains after she was accused of making bombs during the resistance movement in Santa Clara.

She watched as he was put in charge of five men, then a larger column, and finally promoted to comandante, the equivalent of major.

As he lost more men in fighting, Morgan became more committed to the revolutionary cause, Rodríguez said. ''I could see that he felt for my people,'' said Rodríguez, who married him in late 1958. She is now Olga Morgan Goodwin.

A turning point for the rebels was in November 1958 when they received a letter from Guevara saying the 26th of July Movement -- Castro's force -- was going to take over the Second Front.

Angered by the note, the Escambray rebels were determined to run their own unit, recalled Osiel González.

Now living in Miami, González said he was livid over the way the letter was signed, simply, ``Che.''

'It was as if we had sent a letter signed `Chico,' '' González said. ``It denoted a lack of respect.''

When more than 100 men from Castro's front arrived in November, Morgan and his rebels surrounded them and stripped them of their weapons, according to interviews and published accounts.

Soon afterward, Guevara showed up, angry. ''He was humiliated by the disarming of his men by the Morgan-trained guerrillas,'' wrote authors Brown and Mallin.

For a moment, the two rebel leaders -- Morgan and Guevara -- refused to back down. González said he later learned that Morgan challenged Guevara to draw. ''One of Morgan's most important roles was his part in defining our stand,'' González said.

No one fired, and eventually, the men put their guns down. With the revolution at stake, the two sides agreed to put their differences aside and coordinate their efforts.

A FINAL ASSAULT

In the ensuing weeks, the dual forces unleashed their own attacks through the province -- the heart of Cuba -- in a final assault on Batista's soldiers.

On Dec. 22, 1958, Morgan's column stormed a fortified area guarding the city of Cienfuegos, firing on the building until the soldiers inside gave up.

Nine days later, Guevara and his men -- after a brutal spate of battles -- took the provincial capital of Santa Clara, causing Batista to panic and flee Havana.

While the rebel factions gathered in Havana to celebrate, Morgan and Guevara never reconciled, say those who knew them. ''Che hated Morgan,'' Castellon recalled.

In fact, they squared off once more when Guevara insisted that leaders of the Second Front give up their command. ''It got real ugly,'' Gutiérrez Menoyo recalled in a 2002 interview. ``We had our hands on our guns.''

Morgan was allowed to keep his rank in the revolutionary army, but neither Morgan nor Gutiérrez Menoyo was given a prominent post in the new government.

Angry over Castro's relentless turn to communism, Morgan broke with the regime and began to run guns to a new rebel front in the Escambray -- acts that led to his arrest.

Tried and convicted before a military court, he was led to a firing squad on March 11, 1961. He was 32.

Since then, Morgan's image has been eclipsed by larger Cold War events. But to those who fought with him in the Escambray, he remains an intriguing figure in the revolution.

''He was a tough guy who struggled most of his life,'' Encinosa said.

``He got in trouble with the army and the law. But he goes to Cuba and he finds a cause. He finds something to believe in, and then he dies for it. In his death, he becomes somebody he had never been before.''

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In reading William Casey's The Secret War Against Hitler, there is mention of Valkyrie, and Canaris, but not a word about Gunther Russbacher.

Casey does say however, that he was working in New York City when he went to DC to enlist in OSS at the urging of his boss Leo Cherne.

Oswald wrote three letters to Cherne from USSR after he decided to return to USA.

Cherne was instrumental in establishing the International Rescue Committee (IRC), an extension of Gehlen's Operation Wringer, which interrogated refugees from communist counties, and in the recruitment of Tom Dooley, whose homosexuality, I suspect, was used as blackmail to get him to cooperate with CIA.

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In reading William Casey's The Secret War Against Hitler, there is mention of Valkyrie, and Canaris, but not a word about Gunther Russbacher.

Casey does say however, that he was working in New York City when he went to DC to enlist in OSS at the urging of his boss Leo Cherne.

Oswald wrote three letters to Cherne from USSR after he decided to return to USA.

Cherne was instrumental in establishing the International Rescue Committee (IRC), an extension of Gehlen's Operation Wringer, which interrogated refugees from communist counties, and in the recruitment of Tom Dooley, whose homosexuality, I suspect, was used as blackmail to get him to cooperate with CIA.

The Secret War Against Hitler by William Casey (1988, Regency Gateway) p. 115

….Inside Germany, Abwehr chief Canaris had persuaded Hitler that the presence of millions of foreign workers required a plan to deal with them if they rioted or revolted. General Friedrich Olbricht, chief of staff at the headquarters of the Home Army inside Germany, had developed the emergency plan, called Valkyrie, not so the Home Army could suppress a possible revolt by foreign workers (that was merely a cover for the Home Army to take over security in Berlin), but so the Home Army could be used to suppress the Nazi party and the Gestapo and seize power throughout the German domain. The code word Valkyrie had only to be promulgated and army units would protect or take over all public facilities, and the command post of the Home Army would have the power to impose martial law with complete authority over all other services, including the SS. So lax and ambivalent was the atmosphere within the higher ranks of the Wehrmacht that when General Fromm asked Colonel von Stuffenberg - a leader in the conspiracy – to be his chief of staf and deputy in command of the Home Army, von Stauffenberg told Fromm quite openly of his views. Fromm listened and said his own ideas were quite similar, but that the matter must rest there.

Carl Friedrich Goerdeler, former Mayor of Leipzig and an early opponent of the Nazis, had toured the Russian front and directly solicited the support of Field Marshall George von Kuchler, commander of Army Group North, and von Kluge, as commander of the Army Group Center, while General Henning von Tresckow, chief of staff at Army Group Center, was perhaps the moving spirit of the whole effort. Field Marshall Fritz Erich von Guderian, Inspector General of Armored Troops, had listened to the plotters with apparent sympathy.

At the High Command, Gen. Erich Fellgiebel, in control of communications, and Gen. Edward Wagner, First Quatermaster General of the Army, were totally committed. After the plot failed, Hitler was convinced that Fellgieel had been using his communications channels to send information to the Allies, that Wagner was sabotaging the supply of his armies, and that Col. Frieherr von Roenne, in charge of foreign intelligence for German armies in the west, had been deliberately feeding him falsified assessments of the strength, disposition, and intentions of the Allied armies- and there is good reason to believe that they were….

….After the bomb that was supposed to kill Hitler went off, von Stauffenberg, in the late afternoon of July 20, took over direction of the Home Army, proclaimed martial law, and sent out orders for the occupation of centers of communication, the relief of concentration camps, and the absorption of SS forces into the army and the arrest of local Nazi leaders.

A fierce battle was fought by teleprinter and trephine from Berlin to Prague, from Munich to Hamburg, from Vienna to Paris. The arrest orders were carried out for a while in Munich and Vienna. In Hamburg, where the Gauleiter and the Army commander were friends, they sat together and joked about who would arrest whom as orders and counter orders arrived. In Berlin, Goebbels had been placed under arrest by an officer not in the conspiracy who was carrying out orders from Home Army Headquarters. A telephone call from Hitler himself go the arresting officer to release Goebbels and turn his troops against the revolt. This enabled Goebbels to get out a 6:30 announcement that Hitler was still alive….

…At 10:30 pm, Hilter was talking live on the radio, and within days both von Kluge and Stulpnagel were dead.

p. 63.

“…Before Casablanca, dealing with the enemy had paid big dividends. Bob Murphy, for example, practiced his wiles on French authorities in North Africa, and his brilliant diplomatic poker saved Allied lives. He convinced Admiral Darlan to order French generals not to resist Allied landings in exchange for a pledge to re-equip French forces. Washington applauded the move.

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No one else seems to take either Gus Russo or Lamar Waldron very seriously at all so why should we? The idea that the Mob was

the principal driving force behind the JFK hit is preposterous on its face. And the idea that Oswald joined up wittingly with pro-Castro Cubans

as their agent to eliminate JFK was fabricated by the right wing in order to instigate an immediate retaliation against Castro. Didn't work then

and it won't fly now. Why would anyone want to continue to propagate this falsehood almost 50 years after the fact? Talk about beating a dead horse. The right wing attempts to fabricate the story that Oswald applied for a Cuban passport in Mexico City has also been trashed into a barely recognizable pile of pulp. And by the way it should be spelled "Valkyrie" NOT "Valkarie" as any expert on this subject matter would know.

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No one else seems to take either Gus Russo or Lamar Waldron very seriously at all so why should we? The idea that the Mob was

the principal driving force behind the JFK hit is preposterous on its face. And the idea that Oswald joined up wittingly with pro-Castro Cubans

as their agent to eliminate JFK was fabricated by the right wing in order to instigate an immediate retaliation against Castro. Didn't work then

and it won't fly now. Why would anyone want to continue to propagate this falsehood almost 50 years after the fact? Talk about beating a dead horse. The right wing attempts to fabricate the story that Oswald applied for a Cuban passport in Mexico City has also been trashed into a barely recognizable pile of pulp. And by the way it should be spelled "Valkyrie" NOT "Valkarie" as any expert on this subject matter would know.

We take Russo and Waldron seriously because they do propagate the cover story that Castro was behind the assassination, or the back up Mafia hijack plot that backfired on RFK, both real disinformation plans laid out before the assassination occurred.

Their sources also lead to those who engineered Dealey Plaza.

And that's the third time you have mentioned the correct the spelling of Valkyrie, but since I can't edit the title of the post I can't do anything about it. And now I'm going to spell it wrong sometimes now that I know it irritates you.

BK

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The Secret War Against Hitler by William Casey (1988, Regency Gateway) p. 115

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….Inside Germany, Abwehr chief Canaris had persuaded Hitler that the presence of millions of foreign workers required a plan to deal with them if they rioted or revolted. General Friedrich Olbricht, chief of staff at the headquarters of the Home Army inside Germany, had developed the emergency plan, called Valkyrie, not so the Home Army could suppress a possible revolt by foreign workers (that was merely a cover for the Home Army to take over security in Berlin), but so the Home Army could be used to suppress the Nazi party and the Gestapo and seize power throughout the German domain. The code word Valkyrie had only to be promulgated and army units would protect or take over all public facilities, and the command post of the Home Army would have the power to impose martial law with complete authority over all other services, including the SS...

GARRISON AND THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION: GUY JOHNSON

http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/...amp;relPageId=3

NARA Record Number: 104-10104-10340

GARRISON AND THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION: GUY JOHNSON

1. Subject was born on 14 September 1913 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

2. He is identical with Guy L. Johnson mentioned in Plot or Politics (page 151) as an early defense lawyer for Clay L. Shaw. JOHNSON was defeated by Frank SHEA (Jim GARRISON’s candidate, according to Plot or Politics) in 1963 for a seat on the Criminal District Court.

3. According to Ramparts (January 1968, page 48) JOHNSON was an ONI reserve officer who recommended Guy BANNISTER to ONI.

4. JOHNSON was considered for use by CIA as a contact agent in 1954 under Project [xx] KODIAK. The clearance request was canceled however, and no reason was given. JOHNSON was the Navy District Intelligence Officer on Guam at the time and was apparently to have been used as a backstop the Agency training being conducted on Saipan. The request indicated that JOHNSON was “partially witting” and possibly already in liaison with the Agency.

5. In 1951 ONI investigated charges that JOHNSON had perjured and falsified himself while serving as an Assistant District Attorney in New Orleans but concluded that he was not at fault and cleared him for TOP SECRET on 11 May 1954.

6. The above accusations were made by a Judge William J. O’HARA of the Criminal District Court....

7. According to Edward SUGGS, @ Jack MARTIN (not a reliable source) JOHNSON claimed to have a secret U S Senate document, the “Homme Report”. This report allegedly proves that Robert KENNEDY “had a contract out” on Fidel CASTRO at the time President Kennedy was assassinated. JOHNSON allegedly stated that he could not volunteer to go before the Orleans Parish Grand Jury, but that he wanted GARRISON to ask him to do so (The Houstonian, 20 February 1968).

"According to Edward SUGGS, @ Jack MARTIN (not a reliable source) JOHNSON claimed to have a secret U S Senate document called the “Homme Report”. This report allegedly proves that Robert KENNEDY “had a contract out” on Fidel CASTRO at the time President Kennedy was assassinated...."

Counter-Intelligence Aspects of the JFK Assassinaiton

Written by Mike Sylwester Fredericksburg, Virginia

http://osdir.com/ml/culture.discuss.cia-dr...1/msg00213.html

National Emergency

“….By now, Philby and company were convinced that they’d neatly engineered our country….

Surprisingly enough, proof of this lies in a document shown us by none other than Guy P. Johnson, Bannister’s old liaison officer and legal advisor. We call it the “Homme Report,” inasmuch as it involves one H.G. Homme, assistant legal counsel of the U.S. Senate’s Committee on the Judiciary, transcript of which we last saw in the hands of Johnson a few weeks ago. This was the ‘little gem’ which was to light the Philby ‘fuse.’ For it exposes the fact that the ‘genius’ RFK put out his own personal ‘contract’ (order to murder) on Cuba’s Fidel Castro Luz, in good old Gestapo-Nazi fashion.”

“Wheels silently moved, and the trap had sprung! ….

….Philby bore witness to the fact that he’s planted his seeds of hate well. His plan was in motion, the final stroke, the grand finale of it all was now in the making, while an entire Nation was stunned and confused. For evidence of this last move lie among the files of our Country itself. And can be found in most any public library.”

“We refer to the ‘National Emergency Reoganization Plan,” found in Volume 27, Number 35, subheaded Title 3, of 20th February, 1962, which is listed in the Federal Register, National Archives, under Presidential Documents, Executive Order #10995, through #11005 ff, and #11051, and Part One, Section 101-d, the brain-child sired by Philby and company, its father originally. A piece of existing standby legislation already written into and passed in Federal Statute, whereby they could invoke an immediate and instantaneous dictatorship over the United States at the stroke of a pen on any given or so-called emergency…….

“…Martin’s and Lewis’s Affidavit.

Another explanation was proposed by two of Banister’s long-time employees, Jack Martin and David Lewis, in an affidavit they wrote for New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison, dated 20 February 1968. Martin and Lewis said they believed Banister was a secret Communist who had conspired with other high ranking traitors to alter the index so that in case of crisis, the wrong people would be arrested, and Communists would actually come to power.”

“They also implied that Banister was collaborating with Robert Kennedy, but would double-cross him to bring the fateful crisis about. Specifically, Banister was collaborating with Robert Kennedy to assassinate Fidel Castro, which would boomerang into an assassination of President Kennedy. The subsequent crisis would lead to mass arrests and the victory of Banister’s Communist comrades.”

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Bundy, Security Memo on Covert Cuban Operatsions; Sept. 24, 1963

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THE WHITE HOUSE

WASHINGTON

September 23, 1963

SECRET EYES ONLY

MEMORANDUM FOR MEMBERS OF THE SPECIAL GROUP

SUBJECT: Covert Operations Against Cuba – Securtiy Within the Government

As you know, in August the U.S. Government directed two “exile” raids against targets in Cuba. From the evidence now available, it appears that our security, with respect to U.S. participation in these operations, was excellent.

While there will always be public speculation as to the extent of U.S. involvement in raids of this type, I think we would all agree readily that it is important that there be only speculation and no direct knowledge. Unfortunately, the maintenance of a high degree of security is not a simple matter in view of the numbers of people within the Government who have to know a little or much about a U.S. – directed raid against Cuba.

For example, without counting CIA personnel and secretarial and staff personnel of other agencies, there were probably over 20 people in the Executive Branch who knew details of the August raids while many other people were generally acquainted with the U.S. involvement. Among others, the Navy knew where the attack boats were going; the Coast Guard, Customs, and INS knew about the “comings and goings” of the raiders; a few DOD people, who had to procure special equipment for the raids, could presumably surmise that something was going on somewhere and a few intelligence watch officers and press officers were told for their background, that the U.S. Government as aware of the raids.

I think there are two important, if obvious, security lessons we have learned from the August raids - - one, that it is in the nature of the problem that many people probably have to know something about such raids; and two, that these people apparently can maintain adequate security. At the same time, in view of the truth that security leaks were more likely to occur when substantial numbers of persons are involved, it seems essential to me that we constantly convey the high importance of security to others who are privy to information about our covert activities against Cuba. May I ask that members of the Special Group take such steps within their areas of authority as they think appropriate, and may I in particular urge that the Central Intelligence Agency, as executive agent for these enterprises, emphasize the importance of security to all those with whom it has necessary business on these matters, so that we can maintain the high level of security set in these recent operations.

Signed

McGeorge Bundy

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The Homer of the JFK case -- a/k/a Gerry Patrick Hemming -- told me that the gunman in the TSBD was a "Nazi Rat Line sniper" whose target was JBC, at whom he fired "on full automatic."

Why the governor? Hemming in heavy German accent: "'Because he didn't bid high enough.'"

Which was supposed to mean what?

It's too bad that Hemming had an aversion to speaking plain English whenever sharing inside info. (An exception: when he told Weberman that E. Howard Hunt went down the TSBD elevator shaft by rope. Sturgis, too, as I recall, I'm not sure, though how can I forget such vital information.)

Hemming told Twyman, in what Twyman describes as an emotional moment, that "the Patriots did it." Was he referring to the eventual Super Bowl champs, or whom?

Oddly enough, both Joseph A. Milteer, from Senator J. Strom Thurmond's National States Rights Party, the Ku Klux Klan and

the American Nazi Party said the SAME THING, while being tape recorded by Willie Somersett, an informant for the Miami

Police Dept. Intellignece Unit during a Congress of Freedom rally where the pending assassination of over 300 liberals was not

only discussed but openly cited, disseminated and later quoted. This hit list of liberals was circulated at that meeting as well.

"The Patriots are in the clear. It will be blamed on a Communist."

And do not forget what Dick Russell's informant wrote on the letterhead of the King Edward Sheraton stationery in an anonymously

mailed missive from the mid-1970's I believe it was: "EVEN THE PATRIOTS CAN NOT TAKE THE LAW INTO THEIR OWN HANDS."

He used ALL CAPS for emphasis, too. He also referred to Adolph Tscheppe-Weidenbach (Charles Willoughby) as well and placed

the blame for the organization of the plot squarely on the shoulders of both Willoughby and Gen. Douglas MacArthur who were both

ignominiously severed from service with the U.S. Military by President Truman, Rusk, Acheson. The latter two were later appointed by

JFK to high level cabinet positions. The day he did that marked him for assassination by these "Super-Patriots".

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The title of this thread should be spelled: "Valkyrie" and NOT "Valkarie" as anyone who pretends to be an expert on this subject should know. Beware false pretenders to the throne. Anyone can CLAIM to be an expert on a subject, but very few can support

those claims when subjected to peer review, close scrutiny and the passage of time.

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The title of this thread should be spelled: "Valkyrie" and NOT "Valkarie" as anyone who pretends to be an expert on this subject should know. Beware false pretenders to the throne. Anyone can CLAIM to be an expert on a subject, but very few can support

those claims when subjected to peer review, close scrutiny and the passage of time.

John Wickliff Bevilatasky,

This is the third time you have complained about the spelling of Valkarie in the title of this thread, and the third time you are being told that only administrators can change the title.

Maybe if you ask John Simkin or Andy Walker, they will correct the spelling of the title to amuse you, though now that I know really bothers you I will try to do it more often.

I don't pretend to be a an expert on anything, or seek any throne, and any peer review won't come from you, someone who spells his own name ten different ways.

You pissed all over my blog [ http://jfkcountercoup.blogspot.com/ ] using the name Patrick Henry, as if you could hide your idiocy, and I can't erase your excessive, repetitive monologues.

Vilhelm Kelly

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The Homer of the JFK case -- a/k/a Gerry Patrick Hemming -- told me that the gunman in the TSBD was a "Nazi Rat Line sniper" whose target was JBC, at whom he fired "on full automatic."

Why the governor? Hemming in heavy German accent: "'Because he didn't bid high enough.'"

Which was supposed to mean what?

It's too bad that Hemming had an aversion to speaking plain English whenever sharing inside info. (An exception: when he told Weberman that E. Howard Hunt went down the TSBD elevator shaft by rope. Sturgis, too, as I recall, I'm not sure, though how can I forget such vital information.)

Hemming told Twyman, in what Twyman describes as an emotional moment, that "the Patriots did it." Was he referring to the eventual Super Bowl champs, or whom?

Oddly enough, both Joseph A. Milteer, from Senator J. Strom Thurmond's National States Rights Party, the Ku Klux Klan and

the American Nazi Party said the SAME THING, while being tape recorded by Willie Somersett, an informant for the Miami

Police Dept. Intellignece Unit during a Congress of Freedom rally where the pending assassination of over 300 liberals was not

only discussed but openly cited, disseminated and later quoted. This hit list of liberals was circulated at that meeting as well.

"The Patriots are in the clear. It will be blamed on a Communist."

And do not forget what Dick Russell's informant wrote on the letterhead of the King Edward Sheraton stationery in an anonymously

mailed missive from the mid-1970's I believe it was: "EVEN THE PATRIOTS CAN NOT TAKE THE LAW INTO THEIR OWN HANDS."

He used ALL CAPS for emphasis, too. He also referred to Adolph Tscheppe-Weidenbach (Charles Willoughby) as well and placed

the blame for the organization of the plot squarely on the shoulders of both Willoughby and Gen. Douglas MacArthur who were both

ignominiously severed from service with the U.S. Military by President Truman, Rusk, Acheson. The latter two were later appointed by

JFK to high level cabinet positions. The day he did that marked him for assassination by these "Super-Patriots".

And one other very critical point validated by Twyman while interviewing Hemming was this one. I suggested to Twyman that he should

pursue the issue of Robert J. Morris's sinister efforts with Gen. Charles Willoughby over the decades to change the course of history and to mold America into a place where the resurgence of the Fourth Reich would be welcomed and accommodated. I stated that if Hemming attempted to either deny or minimize the efforts of Morris and Willoughby in the plot to kill JFK, he should just continue to pursue the

topic as if he had some inside knowledge about Morris and Willoughby (as I in fact did.) Finally Hemming said that he would reveal all he

knew about Morris, the South Florida Soldiers of Fortune, the ant-Castro Cuban exiles and their roles in the JFK hit. Twyman asked Hemming to sleep on it before he proceeded. (Why I am not certain.) The next morning Hemming, after serious reconsideration, decided against such a move and other subjects were explored instead. Twyman later noted to me that it was quite apparent that Hemming wanted

to spill the beans on Morris, Willoughby and company, following in the footsteps of Dick Russell's informant, and expanding on the works of

both Bill Turner and Mae Brussell. And Dave Emory I might add as well. Check out his website, this guy Emory followed up on Brussell's works with some great tape recordings, and transcripts of his radio programs. Jack Ruby joined the anti-Dallas John Birch Society crew when he implicated Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker in front of the Warren Commission. And yet you folks continue to ignore ALL of this evidence against Army Intel, the Dallas JBS, these right wing extremists and this entire former MacArthurite crowd.

Even Sherri Seymour extracted a confession from Col. Wm. Potter Gale about the role of his California Bombers, the Constitution Party of the USA, and the Wesley A. Swift thugs from the west coast in the JFK conundrum, including Edgar Eugene Bradley, Rev. Carl McIntyre and Gene Brading. Swift was the bodyguard of Rev. Gerald L K Smith for years by the way who was physically present at the Giesbrecht Winnipeg Airport Incident in case you forgot. Hemming's friend Roy Hargraves also implicated Eugene Brading (a/k/a Eugene Braden), Homer Echevarria, Col. Robert F. Baird, Czarist Mitch Werbell III who was a cavalry officer during the Russian Revolution as was Anastase Vonsiatsky, another Winnipeg meeting attendee. Hargraves also implicated Harold B. Chaitt of Baltimore, one of the main CIA bagmen into the South Florida SOF community as one of the primary funders of domestic espionage and covert activity.

It is almost as if no one want to accept the roles of either Army Intel or the JBS in the JFK conundrum thinking that Army Intel is a total oxymoron and that psychotics like Gale, Morris, Walker and Willoughby were somehow incapable of pulling it all off. Well think again my friends. Someone is pulling the wool over your eyes and brainwashing you to avoid the real perps and let them get off scott free.

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The title of this thread should be spelled: "Valkyrie" and NOT "Valkarie" as anyone who pretends to be an expert on this subject should know. Beware false pretenders to the throne. Anyone can CLAIM to be an expert on a subject, but very few can support

those claims when subjected to peer review, close scrutiny and the passage of time.

John Wickliff Bevilatasky,

This is the third time you have complained about the spelling of Valkarie in the title of this thread, and the third time you are being told that only administrators can change the title.

Maybe if you ask John Simkin or Andy Walker, they will correct the spelling of the title to amuse you, though now that I know really bothers you I will try to do it more often.

I don't pretend to be a an expert on anything, or seek any throne, and any peer review won't come from you, someone who spells his own name ten different ways.

You pissed all over my blog [ http://jfkcountercoup.blogspot.com/ ] using the name Patrick Henry, as if you could hide your idiocy, and I can't erase your excessive, repetitive monologues.

Vilhelm Kelly

Should be spelled Wickcliffe not Wickliff. Please get something right in your lifetime. Dealer hits on 16, holds on a soft or hard 17, OK?

Life does not get any more complex than that. Will you ever admit that you are NOT a professional journalist, but just an Atlantic City blackjack dealer after all? The truth hurts but facts are the facts. Come on fess up and stop pretending. Hit on 16, hold on 17.

http://www.google.com/search?q=wickcliffe+...mp;sourceid=ie7

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The title of this thread should be spelled: "Valkyrie" and NOT "Valkarie" as anyone who pretends to be an expert on this subject should know. Beware false pretenders to the throne. Anyone can CLAIM to be an expert on a subject, but very few can support

those claims when subjected to peer review, close scrutiny and the passage of time.

John Wickliff Bevilatasky,

This is the third time you have complained about the spelling of Valkarie in the title of this thread, and the third time you are being told that only administrators can change the title.

Maybe if you ask John Simkin or Andy Walker, they will correct the spelling of the title to amuse you, though now that I know really bothers you I will try to do it more often.

I don't pretend to be a an expert on anything, or seek any throne, and any peer review won't come from you, someone who spells his own name ten different ways.

You pissed all over my blog [ http://jfkcountercoup.blogspot.com/ ] using the name Patrick Henry, as if you could hide your idiocy, and I can't erase your excessive, repetitive monologues.

Vilhelm Kelly

Should be spelled Wickcliffe not Wickliff. Please get something right in your lifetime. Dealer hits on 16, holds on a soft or hard 17, OK?

Life does not get any more complex than that. Will you ever admit that you are NOT a professional journalist, but just an Atlantic City blackjack dealer after all? The truth hurts but facts are the facts. Come on fess up and stop pretending. Hit on 16, hold on 17.

http://www.google.com/search?q=wickcliffe+...mp;sourceid=ie7

John,

As anyone who knows me knows I have never been an Atlantic City blackjack dealer, and never told anyone that I was one.

You have false perceptions of a lot of people, judge them based on wrong information and assume they are your enemy. You are your own worst enemy.

YOU are the one who pretends to be someone else, makes up dozens of fake names and operates under a false identities to attack people.

I like Wickliff better,

BK

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