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Guest Tom Scully

A few names that can be found in the files (or could a few years ago):

.................Lively, Earl -

To: W.C. Sullivan Date 1/20/64

From W. A. Branigan

Subject: Lee Harvey Oswald, IS –R-CUBA

By airtel 1-13-64, Dallas Office reported that on 1-4-64 William James Lowery, Jr. a former security informant of the Dallas Office, reported that he had been contacted by Earl Lively, Jr., of Dallas, Texas. Lowery stated Lively is reported writing an anticommunist book which will stress the Fair Play for Cuba Committee connections of Lee Harvey Oswald. Lively showed Lowery a letter from Herbert Philbrick, former Communist Party member who has testified on behalf of the Government concerning communist activities. According to Lively, Philbrick plans to be in Dallas soon and desires to meet Lowery.

Lively further informed Lowery that he desired Lowery’s assistance in writing his book. He stated that Dr. Robert Morris, former counsel to the Senate Internal Security Committee under Senator McCarthy, was assisting him and Lt. George Butler of the Dallas Police Department was also assisting him. Lively added that Lt. George Butler of the Dallas PD was going to try to get any information he could that the FBI turned over to the Dallas Police Department in connection with the Lee Harvey Oswald case.

In connection with Lowery mentioned above, ha was a member of and active in the Communist Party on a local and state basis from September 23, 1945 to September 23, 1963. He has also testified for the Government before the Subversive Activities Control Board.

Our indices indicate Earl Lively, Jr., probably is identical to Earl William Lively, Jr. In 1962, Office of Special Investigations, Air Force (OSI), furnished us information that Lively was a member of the Air National Guard and at that time was a student of the Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. He was investigated by OSI since a national agency check revealed he was a subscriber to “The Worker” and the “Midweek Worker,” both communist publications. Individuals interviewed by OSI reported Lively was extremely anticommunist and as being extremely rightist in his political views. They reported in their opinion Lively subscribed to communist publications only to obtain background information on the Communist Party line. They also reported Lively extremely anti-Fidel Castro.

OBSERVATIONS:

In view of the serious allegation that Lt. Butler of the Dallas Police Department is involved in scheme to furnish FBI data to Earl Lively, Jr., desirable we have SAC, Dallas personally discuss this allegation with the head of the Dallas Police Department and impress upon him the undesirability of Lt. Butler being involved with such a scheme as alleged by our source. Inasmuch as Lowery has testified for the Government before the Subversive Activities Control Board, and is no longer a security informant, we will not jeopardize an important informant situation by discussing his allegation with the head of the Dallas Police Department.

ACTION:

Attached is a teletype to SAC, Dallas, instructing the SAC, Dallas, to personally contact the head of Dallas Police Department and alert him to the information furnished by Lowery and impress upon him the undesirability of individuals in his department divulging to unauthorized individuals data furnished the Dallas Police Department by the FBI. We are also instructing SAC, Dallas, to request the that the head of the Dallas Police Department determine whether Lt. George Butler of the Dallas Police Department is involved in a scheme to furnish FBI data to Lively as alleged by Lowery.

................

Chief Curry confronted George Butler and Butler denied that he was cooperating with Lively, but admitted that he had met Lively.:

http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?mode=searchResult&absPageId=701950

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A few names that can be found in the files (or could a few years ago):

.................Lively, Earl -

To: W.C. Sullivan Date 1/20/64

From W. A. Branigan

Subject: Lee Harvey Oswald, IS –R-CUBA

By airtel 1-13-64, Dallas Office reported that on 1-4-64 William James Lowery, Jr. a former security informant of the Dallas Office, reported that he had been contacted by Earl Lively, Jr., of Dallas, Texas. Lowery stated Lively is reported writing an anticommunist book which will stress the Fair Play for Cuba Committee connections of Lee Harvey Oswald. Lively showed Lowery a letter from Herbert Philbrick, former Communist Party member who has testified on behalf of the Government concerning communist activities. According to Lively, Philbrick plans to be in Dallas soon and desires to meet Lowery.

Lively further informed Lowery that he desired Lowery's assistance in writing his book. He stated that Dr. Robert Morris, former counsel to the Senate Internal Security Committee under Senator McCarthy, was assisting him and Lt. George Butler of the Dallas Police Department was also assisting him. Lively added that Lt. George Butler of the Dallas PD was going to try to get any information he could that the FBI turned over to the Dallas Police Department in connection with the Lee Harvey Oswald case.

In connection with Lowery mentioned above, ha was a member of and active in the Communist Party on a local and state basis from September 23, 1945 to September 23, 1963. He has also testified for the Government before the Subversive Activities Control Board.

Our indices indicate Earl Lively, Jr., probably is identical to Earl William Lively, Jr. In 1962, Office of Special Investigations, Air Force (OSI), furnished us information that Lively was a member of the Air National Guard and at that time was a student of the Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. He was investigated by OSI since a national agency check revealed he was a subscriber to "The Worker" and the "Midweek Worker," both communist publications. Individuals interviewed by OSI reported Lively was extremely anticommunist and as being extremely rightist in his political views. They reported in their opinion Lively subscribed to communist publications only to obtain background information on the Communist Party line. They also reported Lively extremely anti-Fidel Castro.

OBSERVATIONS:

In view of the serious allegation that Lt. Butler of the Dallas Police Department is involved in scheme to furnish FBI data to Earl Lively, Jr., desirable we have SAC, Dallas personally discuss this allegation with the head of the Dallas Police Department and impress upon him the undesirability of Lt. Butler being involved with such a scheme as alleged by our source. Inasmuch as Lowery has testified for the Government before the Subversive Activities Control Board, and is no longer a security informant, we will not jeopardize an important informant situation by discussing his allegation with the head of the Dallas Police Department.

ACTION:

Attached is a teletype to SAC, Dallas, instructing the SAC, Dallas, to personally contact the head of Dallas Police Department and alert him to the information furnished by Lowery and impress upon him the undesirability of individuals in his department divulging to unauthorized individuals data furnished the Dallas Police Department by the FBI. We are also instructing SAC, Dallas, to request the that the head of the Dallas Police Department determine whether Lt. George Butler of the Dallas Police Department is involved in a scheme to furnish FBI data to Lively as alleged by Lowery.

................

Chief Curry confronted George Butler and Butler denied that he was cooperating with Lively, but admitted that he had met Lively.:

http://www.maryferre...bsPageId=701950

Thanks for that Tom, it's amazing how the meat of some of this stuff is always beneath the spin......ie Lively/Butler....

I cant help but think that whoever it was that was arrested that day was a real eye opener....Again Thanks

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I have decided that, after encountering something of a dead end on ascertaining this person's identity to see

if anyone else knows who this person was.

Dallas Officers Seize Weapons, Nazi Material;

December 4, 1967

Dallas county sheriff's deputies confiscated half a dozen rifles,

five pistols, Nazi literature, racist posters and thousands of

rounds of ammunition early Sunday from the home of a

32-year old Dallas man who was being held on

investigation of theft of rifles, pistols and ammunition.

The man who resided in the 600 block of Melba was arrested

on a peace bond filed Saturday night in Justice of the Peace

W. E. Richburg's court.

The bond, filed by the man's common-law wife alleges he was

drunk and beat her.

Making the arrest at 1 a.m. were Tom Barker and A. D. McCurley.

The deputies said they obtained a search warrant from Judge Richburg.

The rifles, ammunition and literature were found

in several closets and a dresser drawer.

Among the ammunition were two sealed containers each holding

600 caliber-30 M-1 cartridges which Sheriff Bill Decker claimed is government

ammunition.

The man denied the ammunition and rifles were stolen.

The Nazi literature included "The Stormtrooper," official news magazine

of the American Nazi Party and racist party stickers, a publication called

"White Power," printed by the National Socialist White People's Party

also was found.

Deputies said the man told them he was a member of the American Nazi party.

Six hand-painted posters also were found at the house. Captions printed on

them were anti-Jewish and anti-Negro with a swastika and skull and crossbones.

The man was alone at his house at the time of his arrest.

His wife, whom Judge Richburg said had lived with the man four years ago,

had gone to a relative's home.

A hearing on the peace bond was scheduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday in Judge

Richburg's court

I'm going to guess Clint Murchison Jr.

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I wonder if this can be approached from another direction namely starting from Guy Banisters gravestone. The one that's there now appears fairly new. He died in June 64 after, it appears, taking up a position as investigator for the Mississippi Sovereignty Commisssion http://mdah.state.ms...rchives/sovcom/ after being recommended by the head of the Lousiana Sovereignty Commission. His job, apparently, was to investigate people like this. Anyway he was dead fairly early on. From a heart attack I understand. The 'new' gravestone has a masonic symbol. A straight caliper, a set square and a 'G'. I have a memory of seeing a pic of an older more weathered stone where the G is intertwined with an M. Maybe my memory is faulty. I'd like to know if there is a pic of the original stone. He's buried in Riverview Cemetery in Louisiana.

GB stone

edit add re surrey et al

http://mdah.state.ms...56|1|1|1|4515|#

edit add 2

edit add while I'm on the matter :

- a KKK elder was sometimes referred to as ''Giant''.

- did (does) The Ladies White Camellias in Dallas have anything to do with the KKK White Camellias?

- on the day after photos with floral arrangements is the one with the letter K on it a wreath of Camellias?

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Guest Tom Scully

This news broke on the day after Robert's nameless suspect was arrested in Dallas. Snowflakes are probably not newsworthy because there are just so many of them. Consider that this happened just eight months before the police violence of the Chicago democratic convention.

Have we changed that much? Grotesquely, today we enjoy a media package; broadcast and broadbanded for our viewing pleasure in the form of a black man as our president who is "killing his own people" via missles fired from drones while some of us cheer and most of us stay comfortably on our couches. We truly have transcended race, but we still seem to prefer lynch mob "justice" via the missle instead of the rope.

http://www.google.com/search?q=masonic+wiki&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:unofficial&client=firefox-a#sclient=psy-ab&hl=en&safe=off&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US%3Aunofficial&tbs=cdr:1%2Ccd_min%3A12%2F26%2F1967%2Ccd_max%3A12%2F31%2F1967&tbm=nws&source=hp&q=chicago+police+resigned+rounds&psj=1&oq=chicago+police+resigned+rounds&aq=f&aqi=&aql=1&gs_sm=s&gs_upl=10009l14301l0l16267l15l15l0l14l0l0l212l212l2-1l1l0&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.,cf.osb&fp=1110932681cb174&biw=1320&bih=655

3 Named as Klansmen Quit Chicago Police

Pay-Per-View - Los Angeles Times - Dec 30, 1967

One patrolman faced dismissal from the Chicago Police Department Friday and three others resigned after police Supt. James B. Conlisk charged they were ...

Klan Nucleus In Chicago Police Shocks...‎ Hartford Courant (Pay-Per-View)

6 Chicago Policemen Charged With Klan...‎ New York Times ($3.95)

all 20 news articles »

KANE PLEDGES KLAN PROBE IN STATE GUARD

Pay-Per-View - Chicago Tribune - Dec 31, 1967

State and federal officials have joined the Chicago police and Gen. ... Three of the other five police- men involved have resigned and their names have been ...

Cross, Arsenal Granddaughter Are Seized Makes Debut Chicago...

Times-News - Dec 27, 1967

Police estimated upwards of 200000 rounds of ammunition, ... The other two policemen identified as members of the klan resigned after disclosure of the ring ...

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I probably appear to be beating a dead horse, but Walt Brown referenced this document in his book Treachery In Dallas, [Chapter Five: The FBI page 77];

while the document itself seems to suggest the person was linked to San Antonio, the

location where the report was made, the fact that he is so similar to the individual described in the 12/4/67 Dallas Morning News, made me want to post this here in case

there could be some sort of linkage, as well as the fact that surely there is some way

to look into the Piedras Negras stolen automobile indictment......

Warren Commission Hearings Volume XVII

Current Section: CE 762 - Document prepared by Special Agent Bouck entitled "Protective Research Cases, November 1961 through November 1963."

U.S. Secret Service

Protective Research Section, C0-2-33,998

SAN ANTONIO OFFICE

DATE OF ORIGIN: November 15, 1963

ORIGIN: Information received telephonically from FBI Headquarters, Washington, D.C.

DETAILS: Subject interviewed by FBI on November 14, 1963, and stated he is a member of the Ku Klux Klan; that during his travels throughout the country, his sources have told him that a militant group of the National States Rights Party plans to assassinate the President and other high-level officials. He stated that he does not believe this is planned for the near future but he does believe this attempt will be made.

BACKGROUND OF SUBJECT: Subject was arrested on September 30, 1963 near Piedras Negras, Mexico with two other men for stealing three automobiles. Information developed by the FBI indicated that the subject was attempting to make some sort of deal with them for his benefit in the criminal case now pending against him.

There was no information developed that would indicate there was any danger to the President in the near future or during his trip to Texas. As of January 27, 1964 subject was still incarcerated pending Federal court action.

EVALUATION OF

DEGREE OF

DANGER: In view of subject’s incarceration, he was considered to be of no danger at this time.

ACTION: No further action taken

SUBSEQUENT ACTIVITY: None. An FBI report received January 31, 1964, relative their interview in jail.

STATUS ON

NOV 22, 1963: Subject Incarcerated

https://www.maryferr...4&relPageId=592

It is also noteworthy that the document poses some very interesting similarities

to the alleged FBI memo as described by William Walter, the one with the eight typos.

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I suppose it is a bit of a tease, to post on this thread without having the answer to the identity of the person detained December 1967, but this morning I was perusing some unrelated articles, and was reading about Francis Parker Yockey, who died in June 1960. Instead of meandering through the history of Yockey, although his life story and political ideology are rather mind-boggling to say the least, what drew me to associate Yockey with this thread had to do with the Dallas Morning News account of his arrest by a US attorney in San Francisco and his death six or seven days later.

The initial article reporting his arrest was carried in the Dallas Morning News.

In an article dated 6-11-1960 on page 11 of the DMN, titled

"Mystery Suspect Tied to Anti-Semitic Groups," while Yockey was arrested in the San Francisco area,

in a strange twist Yockey’s luggage was found...according to the story, “after an airline traced Yockey’s missing suitcase to Fort Worth and finding in it three passports all with different names— but the same photograph— Yockey’s.

According to the article, the specific charge against him was making a false statement in order to obtain a passport.” Then a week later, the story reporting his death

Passport Suspect Kills Self in Jail;

Dallas Morning News; Date: 06-18-1960; Page: 10;

Even after reading about this incident, the account of how his suitcase was located in the Forth Worth area is not adequately explained, in 1960 there were two airports in Fort Worth, Texas, Meacham Field and the airport that would seem to be the one in question, The Greater Fort Worth International Airport. The contents of the suitcase, and the fact that from what I understand, it was an American Airlines pilot who discovered the suitcase, make me wonder if there is more to this incident than what is commonly known. One wonders whether Yockey had relatives or like minded friends in Texas, and why the Morning News referred

to him as a mystery man, he wasn't exactly a nobody.

See below; Jack Anderson's column he wrote about Yockey.

b16f12-0610xdisplay.pdf

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Although the definitive answer to who this person was may not ever be available. I did discover someone who seems to fit the bill, in several respects. If I were to be forced

to name the person based on the information I viewed over a considerable amount of time, it would be Jimmy George Robinson. He was the same man who slugged Martin Luther

King, Jr., after JFK was assassinated; This took place in Selma, Alabama in January, 1964. He was a Dallasite, who ran for political office. And is also mentioned in the biography of George Lincoln

Rockwell by William H. Schmaltz p.234-236

He slugged Martin Luther King, Jr., and in Schmaltz's book is referenced as James Robinson, "Rockwell's heckler." It would, if I am correct behoove the reader, to remember

that Lee Harvey Oswald had Rockwell in his notebook and Rockwell is mentioned in some Warren Commission documents. Another document, or maybe a book which escapes me is an

account of an Exalted Cyclops of the KKK, who attested he spoke in person with Lee Oswald before the assassination of JFK, an allegation I tend too be very, very

skeptical of. However, I would not discount the possibility, that "someone" impersonated Oswald in this regards.

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I'm glad this thread has been resurrected. The article by Boylan is most interesting. It seems like there are nazis and racists under every overturned stone, along with high ranking ex- military. I am not an active researcher like Howard and Boylan, but since they are, perhaps you recall evidence that Rockwell himself was beginning to talk to US authorities before he was killed.

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1968 Dallas Criss-Cross Directory

6001/2 Melba Ruby Monroe WH1-5346

602 Melba H. Jack Price WH2-7389

604 Melba Hilda Roush WH6-4032

605 Melba Jose Huffhines WH3-8309

608 Melba McKay Tidwell WH2-5003

609 Melba Charles Anderson WH3-8512

613 Melba Ray Acker & Mrs. Maud Yates WH8-6279

614 Melba Beatrice Dickinson 942-6366

616 Melba Nettie Smith WH6-3589

617 Melba Nell Fulton WH1-4653

618 Melba Gertrude Moix WH6-3180

620 Melba Donald & Cora Blair WH2-7037

621 Melba G.C. Pollard WH6-5946

622 Melba Brooks Gilliland WH2-8149

624 Melba L. B. Tennison WH6-4252

625 Melba Mrs. Ollie Archer WH3-9504

627 Melba Alice Lee WH2-8007

628 Melba J. Earl White WH6-2854

629 Melba Luther E Hair WH6-1420

632 Melba Thelma Dickerson WH1-4609

635 Melba Dorma Richardson WH6-7879

636 Melba G. L. Wallace WH2-4124

300 N. Van Buren

Ints.

I copied this off the Dallas 1968 Criss Cross Directory

A lot has taken place since I started this thread, and I will

be very upfront about the fact that Jimmy George Robinson is not on this

list, but as it turns out, I am far from discouraged about that.

Mainly because of what Harold Weisberg

wrote about Robinson...

See below

Never Again: The Government Conspiracy in the JFK Assassination

Only moments after the 12:30 pm shooting of the President and the Governor

from the internal evidence after the President's death was announced and before

Oswald was accused, identified and charged, Sergeant H.C. Sherrill, of the nearby

Richardson, Texas, Police Department, phoned the Dallas FBI office

with a tip. In the words of "lead" investigative clerk Robert G. Renfro prepared for

Shanklin, the Richardson police believed that "Jimmy George Robinson and

members of the National States Rights Party [NSRP] should be considered possible

suspects" because of their demonstrated strong feelings against" JFK.

The NSRP was a miniscule ultraright racist gang begun by Jesse B. Stoner,

who had found the Ku Klux Klan to be too liberal for him. Robinson also

had a record of racist violence.

On the clerical end, this lead was followed promptly. A search of the FBI's Dallas

indices led to the posting of not fewer than five citations to different Dallas office

files. One was to a civil rights file; One was to a "100"-classification file, designated

to "Subversive Matter" [iNDIVIDUAL], Internal Security [ORGANIZATIONS],

"Domestic Security Investigations"; One was a "105"- file classification like

the "100's", a security related classification for "Foreign Counterintelligence"

that included "individuals" and "organizations" with a "Nationalistic Tendency"

and some "Internal Security" records; one was of a "157" classification, also

"security-related" for "Extremist Matters"and "Civil Unrest"; and one that is unclear

seems to be for violations of the Voorhis Act. In addition there is a reference to a

three-by-five card index, and an illegible entry.

Although there exists these records pertinent to Robinson and the NSRP, reflecting

the FBI's knowledge of records that could qualify them as suspects in the

assassination there is no indications that the citations posted were checked.

No notations indicate this, and there are no other notations on any attachment.

Instead, there is written below the last of these citations, "No neccessary to cover

as true subject located." The initials of the FBI agent who so summarily dismissed

the lead from the nearby police department are only partly legible. The first is

clearly a "J" and the last is as clearly an "H," but the middle initial can only

be guessed at. It does not appear to be the middle initial of any of the six Dallas agents

and of the one supervisor whose name began with "H," listed as the staff on the day of the

assassination. In accord with standard practice, this lead has a rubber stamp with boxes

for noting whether the record was searched, indexed, serialized and/or filed. Above the

stamp the file identification and the serial number of the record within that file are posted,

in this instance 89-43-84. This conspiracy "lead" memo was completely processed and filed

on the date stamped on the center of the form, November 22, 1963, or the day of the

assassination.

This means that whether or not the agent, or supervisor who "memory-holed" this lead

knew Oswald's name, which he did not include in his notation, Robinson's record was

processed completely and filed- before Oswald was charged with killing the President!

Oswald was not charged until after midnight. Not until November 23.

But before any real investigation was made, or even possible, or before any real case

against Oswald could have been built, the FBI was eliminating consideration of the possibility

that there had been a conspiracy. At the very least the FBI should have tried to determine

whether Oswald had any connection to the NSRP and/or Robinson or any other conspirators.

Selma Figure Known Here

1-28-1965 page 20

Jimmy George Robinson, 27, who was sentenced

to 60 days in jail last week for slugging Martin Luther King,

was once charged in Dallas county with burning a fiery cross

at Richardson. Robinson was a Garland resident for some time

and police records show him active in racist affairs here.

Garland Police arrested Robinson on Jan. 25, 1963

on a warrant from Justice of the Peace Theron Ward.

The charge of willful burning without a permit was later

dismissed for lack of evidence. On June 26, 1963

Garland police again arrested Robinson for simple

assault and he was fined $25 and costs.

Garland police said that Robinson operated a small

service station during the time he lived there.

END

There are some names on that index, that startled me.

I am curious as to who else felt the same way.

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On 5/19/2014 at 5:16 PM, Robert Howard said:

1968 Dallas Criss-Cross Directory

6001/2 Melba Ruby Monroe WH1-5346

602 Melba H. Jack Price WH2-7389

604 Melba Hilda Roush WH6-4032

605 Melba Jose Huffhines WH3-8309

608 Melba McKay Tidwell WH2-5003

609 Melba Charles Anderson WH3-8512

613 Melba Ray Acker & Mrs. Maud Yates WH8-6279

614 Melba Beatrice Dickinson 942-6366

616 Melba Nettie Smith WH6-3589

617 Melba Nell Fulton WH1-4653

618 Melba Gertrude Moix WH6-3180

620 Melba Donald & Cora Blair WH2-7037

621 Melba G.C. Pollard WH6-5946

622 Melba Brooks Gilliland WH2-8149

624 Melba L. B. Tennison WH6-4252

625 Melba Mrs. Ollie Archer WH3-9504

627 Melba Alice Lee WH2-8007

628 Melba J. Earl White WH6-2854

629 Melba Luther E Hair WH6-1420

632 Melba Thelma Dickerson WH1-4609

635 Melba Dorma Richardson WH6-7879

636 Melba G. L. Wallace WH2-4124

300 N. Van Buren

Ints.

I copied this off the Dallas 1968 Criss Cross Directory

A lot has taken place since I started this thread, and I will

be very upfront about the fact that Jimmy George Robinson is not on this

list, but as it turns out, I am far from discouraged about that.

Mainly because of what Harold Weisberg

wrote about Robinson...

See below

Never Again: The Government Conspiracy in the JFK Assassination

Only moments after the 12:30 pm shooting of the President and the Governor

from the internal evidence after the President's death was announced and before

Oswald was accused, identified and charged, Sergeant H.C. Sherrill, of the nearby

Richardson, Texas, Police Department, phoned the Dallas FBI office

with a tip. In the words of "lead" investigative clerk Robert G. Renfro prepared for

Shanklin, the Richardson police believed that "Jimmy George Robinson and

members of the National States Rights Party [NSRP] should be considered possible

suspects" because of their demonstrated strong feelings against" JFK.

The NSRP was a miniscule ultraright racist gang begun by Jesse B. Stoner,

who had found the Ku Klux Klan to be too liberal for him. Robinson also

had a record of racist violence.

On the clerical end, this lead was followed promptly. A search of the FBI's Dallas

indices led to the posting of not fewer than five citations to different Dallas office

files. One was to a civil rights file; One was to a "100"-classification file, designated

to "Subversive Matter" [iNDIVIDUAL], Internal Security [ORGANIZATIONS],

"Domestic Security Investigations"; One was a "105"- file classification like

the "100's", a security related classification for "Foreign Counterintelligence"

that included "individuals" and "organizations" with a "Nationalistic Tendency"

and some "Internal Security" records; one was of a "157" classification, also

"security-related" for "Extremist Matters"and "Civil Unrest"; and one that is unclear

seems to be for violations of the Voorhis Act. In addition there is a reference to a

three-by-five card index, and an illegible entry.

Although there exists these records pertinent to Robinson and the NSRP, reflecting

the FBI's knowledge of records that could qualify them as suspects in the

assassination there is no indications that the citations posted were checked.

No notations indicate this, and there are no other notations on any attachment.

Instead, there is written below the last of these citations, "No neccessary to cover

as true subject located." The initials of the FBI agent who so summarily dismissed

the lead from the nearby police department are only partly legible. The first is

clearly a "J" and the last is as clearly an "H," but the middle initial can only

be guessed at. It does not appear to be the middle initial of any of the six Dallas agents

and of the one supervisor whose name began with "H," listed as the staff on the day of the

assassination. In accord with standard practice, this lead has a rubber stamp with boxes

for noting whether the record was searched, indexed, serialized and/or filed. Above the

stamp the file identification and the serial number of the record within that file are posted,

in this instance 89-43-84. This conspiracy "lead" memo was completely processed and filed

on the date stamped on the center of the form, November 22, 1963, or the day of the

assassination.

This means that whether or not the agent, or supervisor who "memory-holed" this lead

knew Oswald's name, which he did not include in his notation, Robinson's record was

processed completely and filed- before Oswald was charged with killing the President!

Oswald was not charged until after midnight. Not until November 23.

But before any real investigation was made, or even possible, or before any real case

against Oswald could have been built, the FBI was eliminating consideration of the possibility

that there had been a conspiracy. At the very least the FBI should have tried to determine

whether Oswald had any connection to the NSRP and/or Robinson or any other conspirators.

Selma Figure Known Here

1-28-1965 page 20

Jimmy George Robinson, 27, who was sentenced

to 60 days in jail last week for slugging Martin Luther King,

was once charged in Dallas county with burning a fiery cross

at Richardson. Robinson was a Garland resident for some time

and police records show him active in racist affairs here.

Garland Police arrested Robinson on Jan. 25, 1963

on a warrant from Justice of the Peace Theron Ward.

The charge of willful burning without a permit was later

dismissed for lack of evidence. On June 26, 1963

Garland police again arrested Robinson for simple

assault and he was fined $25 and costs.

Garland police said that Robinson operated a small

service station during the time he lived there.

END

There are some names on that index, that startled me.

I am curious as to who else felt the same way.

Bump because it is interesting and also because I have a point of possible interest to share. I just can't get to it right now.

***edit. I was mistaken, my dates were off

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