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An excerpt from the 1990 manuscript/book YROJ Connection to JFK Assassination

"when Kennedy entered Texas, his life was in the deadly hands of 'extremist

veteran riflemen' of {Gen.} Walker's former Munich, Germany 24th Infantry

command!"

It remains vital to seek out the names and political persuasion of Walker trained,

24th division "Special Shooting Team" members. Some of whom upon discharge

returned to the US. with or soon after him.

Urging JFK researchers in this direction results from my personal associations with

Walker and others of the 1960s nationwide anti-Kennedy/anti-Communist umbrella

organization.

HJ Dean

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An excerpt from the 1990 manuscript/book YROJ Connection to JFK Assassination

"when Kennedy entered Texas, his life was in the deadly hands of 'extremist

veteran riflemen' of {Gen.} Walker's former Munich, Germany 24th Infantry

command!"

It remains vital to seek out the names and political persuasion of Walker trained,

24th division "Special Shooting Team" members. Some of whom upon discharge

returned to the US. with or soon after him.

Urging JFK researchers in this direction results from my personal associations with

Walker and others of the 1960s nationwide anti-Kennedy/anti-Communist umbrella

organization.

HJ Dean

Harry,

Weren't the guys who put out the Kennedy Wanted for Treason ad/poster from the US Army in Germany?

BK

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Interesting webpage:

24th Infantry

Scrolling down the page, one of the first comments is from an "L. Mooneyham."

Robert, I was in the 24th Signal Battalion from October 1959 to May 1962. I was on Flak Kaserne (the one with the lantern over the hole in the fence way down behind the hospital). I had looked up General Walker and found this page.........reading them reminded me of a night I had duty in the Radio Control Center (in the basement of the HQ building and 30 seconds to the back door of the EM club). I received a call one morning around 0600-0630 and I immediately recognized the voice as that of the General. He asked me if I would have the Officer of the Day send someone to pick him up, his driver had parked in the garage and committed suicide. I will never forget the nonchalance in his voice.

L. Mooneyham

mooneyham@earthlink.net

Does that not sound like the name of a Dallas policeman who had some level of prominence in the investigation of the JFK assassination? Or am I suffering from CRS [Can't Remember S...tuff] again?

EDIT: It was that CRS striking again...Officer was Luke MOONEY, withess was MRS. MOONEYHAM.

Sorry about that.

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An excerpt from the 1990 manuscript/book YROJ Connection to JFK Assassination

"when Kennedy entered Texas, his life was in the deadly hands of 'extremist

veteran riflemen' of {Gen.} Walker's former Munich, Germany 24th Infantry

command!"

It remains vital to seek out the names and political persuasion of Walker trained,

24th division "Special Shooting Team" members. Some of whom upon discharge

returned to the US. with or soon after him.

Urging JFK researchers in this direction results from my personal associations with

Walker and others of the 1960s nationwide anti-Kennedy/anti-Communist umbrella

organization.

HJ Dean

No worries, Harry, your posts don't go unnoticed, even though not yet responded to.

EDIT: oops.. between (ed : loading,)reading and commenting and then refreshing the page, scrub 'even though not yet responded to.'

FURTHER EDIT: Marks' post : "...I received a call one morning around 0600-0630 and I immediately recognized the voice as that of the General. He asked me if I would have the Officer of the Day send someone to pick him up, his driver had parked in the garage and committed suicide. I will never forget the nonchalance in his voice."

It'd be interesting to know the date of this phonecall.

Not only did Walker get into trouble over disobeying Presidential Orders, he also came under scrutiny for his surveillance of soldiers under his command. By late 62 he had resigned and was leading the armed insurrection against the Federal Government in Oxford, Mississippi, facing a huge Federal force that successfully suppressed it, and after his release, on top of everything else, had reason to hate Kennedy with a vengeance. Hanging the Flag upside down is telling. He'd aready stepped over the line. Yet there was little investigation into right wingers under Hoover. Funnily enough much was made out of Lee's refusal to salute the flag at school, and later 60's flag burnings. Good for the goose good for the gander?

"...his driver had parked in the garage and committed suicide. I will never forget the nonchalance in his voice."

So a possibility of pre-assassination suspicious deaths. (Taxi drivers, for example, tend to hear and see things.)

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addendum : Was he (Walker) already psycho? Perhaps the inner confilct aroused by his Little Rock maneuverings, when he first tendered his resignation some years presviously, contributed.

Then, he DID, in the end, carry out orders. (as in Oxford the issue of (ed : was ) segregation ][ de-segregation)

clarification : ...though in Oxford his 'orders' were from elsewhere... (see Evers murderer heartened in court by attention from Walker and the Gov of Mississippi). He'd stepped way over the line and was finally essentially Confederate soldier. Maybe he always was? Anyway, he was touted as the mythical Aryan 'man on a white horse', unlike Kennedy, characterised by DMH editor as something less (ed: earlier in 6 at white house luncheon.)

Yo, Harry, good to see you posting again.

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An excerpt from the 1990 manuscript/book YROJ Connection to JFK Assassination

"when Kennedy entered Texas, his life was in the deadly hands of 'extremist

veteran riflemen' of {Gen.} Walker's former Munich, Germany 24th Infantry

command!"

It remains vital to seek out the names and political persuasion of Walker trained,

24th division "Special Shooting Team" members. Some of whom upon discharge

returned to the US. with or soon after him.

Urging JFK researchers in this direction results from my personal associations with

Walker and others of the 1960s nationwide anti-Kennedy/anti-Communist umbrella

organization.

HJ Dean

Harry,

Weren't the guys who put out the Kennedy Wanted for Treason ad/poster from the US Army in Germany?

BK

Hi, Bill

Numbers of Walker's Munich riflemen, likely a close small group could have been known,

or known about, by the main unit individuals.

Some of them involved in Dallas treason poster{s} were politically involved and may or

not, have been in the Special Munich rifle team. The Munich Team was likely less than twenty-five?

Mark Knight in his post above has mentioned the name of a person,with website, who may

well know many such details.

Also if Walker's personal papers are located they will no doubt mention "The Special Rifle Team"

Harry

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Interesting webpage:

24th Infantry

Scrolling down the page, one of the first comments is from an "L. Mooneyham."

Robert, I was in the 24th Signal Battalion from October 1959 to May 1962. I was on Flak Kaserne (the one with the lantern over the hole in the fence way down behind the hospital). I had looked up General Walker and found this page.........reading them reminded me of a night I had duty in the Radio Control Center (in the basement of the HQ building and 30 seconds to the back door of the EM club). I received a call one morning around 0600-0630 and I immediately recognized the voice as that of the General. He asked me if I would have the Officer of the Day send someone to pick him up, his driver had parked in the garage and committed suicide. I will never forget the nonchalance in his voice.

L. Mooneyham

mooneyham@earthlink.net

Does that not sound like the name of a Dallas policeman who had some level of prominence in the investigation of the JFK assassination? Or am I suffering from CRS [Can't Remember S...tuff] again?

EDIT: It was that CRS striking again...Officer was Luke MOONEY, withess was MRS. MOONEYHAM.

Sorry about that.

Hi, Mark

Thanks for the information. It is so that Walker was a serious/no nonsence person. It was widely

known about the suicide, with various explainations?

The Mooneyham site will be a place for researchers to aim, he may have many answers.

Thanks again.

Harry

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An excerpt from the 1990 manuscript/book YROJ Connection to JFK Assassination

"when Kennedy entered Texas, his life was in the deadly hands of 'extremist

veteran riflemen' of {Gen.} Walker's former Munich, Germany 24th Infantry

command!"

It remains vital to seek out the names and political persuasion of Walker trained,

24th division "Special Shooting Team" members. Some of whom upon discharge

returned to the US. with or soon after him.

Urging JFK researchers in this direction results from my personal associations with

Walker and others of the 1960s nationwide anti-Kennedy/anti-Communist umbrella

organization.

HJ Dean

No worries, Harry, your posts don't go unnoticed, even though not yet responded to.

EDIT: oops.. between (ed : loading,)reading and commenting and then refreshing the page, scrub 'even though not yet responded to.'

FURTHER EDIT: Marks' post : "...I received a call one morning around 0600-0630 and I immediately recognized the voice as that of the General. He asked me if I would have the Officer of the Day send someone to pick him up, his driver had parked in the garage and committed suicide. I will never forget the nonchalance in his voice."

It'd be interesting to know the date of this phonecall.

Not only did Walker get into trouble over disobeying Presidential Orders, he also came under scrutiny for his surveillance of soldiers under his command. By late 62 he had resigned and was leading the armed insurrection against the Federal Government in Oxford, Mississippi, facing a huge Federal force that successfully suppressed it, and after his release, on top of everything else, had reason to hate Kennedy with a vengeance. Hanging the Flag upside down is telling. He'd aready stepped over the line. Yet there was little investigation into right wingers under Hoover. Funnily enough much was made out of Lee's refusal to salute the flag at school, and later 60's flag burnings. Good for the goose good for the gander?

"...his driver had parked in the garage and committed suicide. I will never forget the nonchalance in his voice."

So a possibility of pre-assassination suspicious deaths. (Taxi drivers, for example, tend to hear and see things.)

--------

addendum : Was he (Walker) already psycho? Perhaps the inner confilct aroused by his Little Rock maneuverings, when he first tendered his resignation some years presviously, contributed.

Then, he DID, in the end, carry out orders. (as in Oxford the issue of segregation ][ de-segregation)

Hi, John

Thanks for your comeback. Sorry your message got the scrub. It is my hope that researchers

seek out the numbers,political convictions of The Walker Shooters Team members.

It can lead to the actors and actions in Nov.63.

Harry

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An excerpt from the 1990 manuscript/book YROJ Connection to JFK Assassination

"when Kennedy entered Texas, his life was in the deadly hands of 'extremist

veteran riflemen' of {Gen.} Walker's former Munich, Germany 24th Infantry

command!"

It remains vital to seek out the names and political persuasion of Walker trained,

24th division "Special Shooting Team" members. Some of whom upon discharge

returned to the US. with or soon after him.

Urging JFK researchers in this direction results from my personal associations with

Walker and others of the 1960s nationwide anti-Kennedy/anti-Communist umbrella

organization.

HJ Dean

Harry,

Weren't the guys who put out the Kennedy Wanted for Treason ad/poster from the US Army in Germany?

BK

Col. Finck served in the US Army in Germany from 1955-1958

Richard Snyder from the American Embassy in Moscow, served in Frankfurt and Munich

Bernanrd Weisman met Larrie Schmidt in Munich in July/August 1962.

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An excerpt from the 1990 manuscript/book YROJ Connection to JFK Assassination

"when Kennedy entered Texas, his life was in the deadly hands of 'extremist

veteran riflemen' of {Gen.} Walker's former Munich, Germany 24th Infantry

command!"

It remains vital to seek out the names and political persuasion of Walker trained,

24th division "Special Shooting Team" members. Some of whom upon discharge

returned to the US. with or soon after him.

Urging JFK researchers in this direction results from my personal associations with

Walker and others of the 1960s nationwide anti-Kennedy/anti-Communist umbrella

organization.

HJ Dean

Harry,

Weren't the guys who put out the Kennedy Wanted for Treason ad/poster from the US Army in Germany?

BK

Col. Finck served in the US Army in Germany from 1955-1958

Richard Snyder from the American Embassy in Moscow, served in Frankfurt and Munich

Bernanrd Weisman met Larrie Schmidt in Munich in July/August 1962.

Also add Larry Crafard, the roustabout from the Texas State Fair that Jack Ruby hired and gave a back room at the Carousel Club to live in, who Peter Whitmey has located and interviewed.

Crafard said he had just got out of the Army and was stationed in Germany.

I also have excerpts from Harry Dean's manuscript Crosstrails that I will post, with Harry's permission, and am looking for a good place to post it that's already started.

This might be the place.

BK

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http://www.jfkresearch.com/tmbtg/tmbtg7.htm

The Men Behind the Guns

The Interview That Was Too Hot for Tom Snyder of the Tomorrow Show.

W.R. Morris and Harry "Mr. X" Dean

I also posted some more of Harry's manuscript Crosstrails with his Memoirs.

Bk

There are many items in Morris publication{s} attributed to me that should

not have been. That is to say, he and I were never in agreement, or

cooperation at any time re: anything he has written where he has

involved me.

Harry Dean

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