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"GJJDude" gives us Dallas Police Chief Jesse Curry comments on the probability of a frontal shot in the assassination of President Kennedy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yWtlkyCDRzU

Shame on Bild am Sonntag for accusing the Chief of taking a *$65,000 bribe in return for their active role in the conspiracy in the June 9, 1968 issue of the paper.

*According to "The Darkside of Lyndon Baines Johnson by Joachim Joesten" 1968.

Edited by Peter McGuire
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"GJJDude" gives us Dallas Police Chief Jesse Curry comments on the probability of a frontal shot in the assassination of President Kennedy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yWtlkyCDRzU

Shame on Bild am Sonntag for accusing the Chief of taking a *$65,000 bribe in return for their active role in the conspiracy in the June 9, 1968 issue of the paper.

*According to "The Darkside of Lyndon Baines Johnson by Joachim Joesten" 1968.

You're welcome. ( smile)

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"GJJDude" gives us Dallas Police Chief Jesse Curry comments on the probability of a frontal shot in the assassination of President Kennedy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yWtlkyCDRzU

Shame on Bild am Sonntag for accusing the Chief of taking a *$65,000 bribe in return for their active role in the conspiracy in the June 9, 1968 issue of the paper.

*According to "The Darkside of Lyndon Baines Johnson by Joachim Joesten" 1968.

You're welcome. ( smile)

You are welcome Gil. More from the Dark Side.

"Let us now revert to the darkest stain on Lyndon B. Johnson's sombre record and examine it in some detail: the assassination of his predecessor, President John F. Kennedy. Even if it should not be possible to prove, to the complete satisfaction of a court of law, that Lyndon B. Johnson instigated the murder, there can not be the slightest doubt that he did condone it. His every action after the deed bespeaks complicity with the assassins. Did Johnson launch the biggest manhunt in history? Did he use every means at his command to make sure that the Crime of the Century be fully investigated and every participant brought to book? Did he give strict orders to the FBI and the Secret Service, relentlessly to pursue every lead, to grill every suspect, to check minutely every conceivable angle, to close all loopholes, to bar all escapes?

He did nothing of the sort.

As soon as one poor little fellow had been caught Johnson decided that Oswald, the "Marxist”, was good enough for him as the "lone assassin".

He immediately called off the chase for the real murderers, although District Attorney Jim Garrison of New Orleans and others even then were hot on their trail. At least fifteen suspects already in the net- - several of them confronted with primae facie evidence of their guilt- - were released. Every single clue not pointing to Oswald was systematically wiped out. Material evidence of utmost importance, which from the first day revealed a conspiracy, was suppressed.

Witnesses who could have exposed the plot were shoved aside, intimidated, harassed, bullied and even murdered. A fraudulent autopsy was performed on the body of the President. A fake re-enactment of the crime was staged. An innocent scapegoat was sacrificed. And, on top of it all, the records of this sham investigation were withheld for public inspection through burial in the National Archives where access is limited and a large portion of the materials relating to the assassination has been classified."

The Ways of a Usurper “The Dark Side of Lyndon Baines Johnson” Joachim Joesten 1968

Edited by Peter McGuire
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