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David S. Brown


David S. Brown
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I am a graduate of Stanford University (1963) where I majored in Philosophy and Political Science and a graduate of Stanford Law School (1965) where I was elected to the Stanford Moot Court Board. I practiced business law with the law firm of McBride, Baker, et al in Chicago from 1965 to 1980. From 1980 to 1996 I was Executive VP/General Counsel of United Laboratories, Inc, St. Charles, IL. I have practiced on my own in semi-retirement since then as David S. Brown Law Offices.

I am a director of a public education company, Devry, Inc., which owns and operates the Devry University, the Keller Graduate School of Management, Ross Medical School and Ross Vetinarian School, and the Becker CPA Review (1973-present). With partners, I owned and operated Windsong Resorts, a luxury vacation villa in Montego Bay, Jamaica (1871-1975), a successful venture. With partners, I owned and operated the Oak Brook Racquet Club, Inc. and Pro Tennis, Ltd., a hugely successful indoor tennis and fitness club in Westmont, IL. I am a director and shareholder of Precision Plastics, Inc., an injection molder in Columbia City, IN.

I have been studying the JFK assassination almost from the moment I heard of the shooting. I was in a constitutional law class at Stanford when we were interrupted. I knew it was a frame the moment the news came across the airwaves that the accused assassin had carried multiple identification on him that enabled the FBI to trace the supposed assassination weapon to his purchase with a paper trail of that weapon. I have read and studied almost everything and I am writing. I think we remain in a constitutional crisis that allows the national security state managers, with or without the President's participation, to pursue objectives without oversight, limit or fear of accountability.

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