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"What happened to JFK--and why it matters today"

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An extensive, thorough and detailed explanation of what happened to

JFK, how it was covered up, who was responsible and how it changed the

course of American history. Presented on 22 November 2011, the

occasion of the 48th observance of the death of our 35th President at

the University of Wisconsin-Madison under the sponsorship of the

Sifting and Winnowing Club. The speaker, Jim Fetzer, a former Marine

Corps officer and McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of

Minnesota Duluth, has chaired or co-chaired four national conferences

on JFK and edited three books on the subject as well as giving

hundreds of interviews, including three on JFK on “Coast to Coast AM”.

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Guest James H. Fetzer

Barry,

I would be glad to do that, but I will have to see how it can be done. This forum only allows two images per post and there are more than 100 here. But I will check it out and see what can be done.

Jim

I'm about 25 minutes into this....this is a very fine presentation, Jim...but the slides are very difficult to read legibly....could you post the PPT file somewhere so I can look at as video is going by?

Thanks!!

Barry

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Barry,

See "The Gun that Didn't Smoke" about the clip,

http://assassinationresearch.com/v1n2/gtds.html

Those are evidence photographs that were taken

by the DPD and by the FBI in Washington, D.C.

I will contact you via email. Thanks for your

generous offer. Let's see if we can work it out.

Jim

Actually, if you email me the PPT, I can upload it to my archive at Box.net, then anyone will be able to view it.

My e-mail address is bkrusch@yahoo.com.

The archive is at:

http://www.krusch.com/jfk

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"What happened to JFK--and why it matters today"

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An extensive, thorough and detailed explanation of what happened to

JFK, how it was covered up, who was responsible and how it changed the

course of American history. Presented on 22 November 2011, the

occasion of the 48th observance of the death of our 35th President at

the University of Wisconsin-Madison under the sponsorship of the

Sifting and Winnowing Club. The speaker, Jim Fetzer, a former Marine

Corps officer and McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of

Minnesota Duluth, has chaired or co-chaired four national conferences

on JFK and edited three books on the subject as well as giving

hundreds of interviews, including three on JFK on “Coast to Coast AM”.

(1:50:58)

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I got about half-way through last night. When discussing your friend Livingston, and the phone call he made to Dr. Humes on 11-22-63, you mentioned a separate phone call from Humes to Livingston. I don't recall hearing about this before. Did Humes call Livingston back, or did you simply mis-speak?

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The gang over on Deep Politics seems to be waiting for Jim Fetzer to explain s few things:

https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/showthread.php?9365-Why-no-reply-on-George-Bush-Mr-Fetzer&p=48656#post48656

Perhaps he might like to take up a respectful conversation with Coogan?

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"What happened to JFK--and why it matters today"

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An extensive, thorough and detailed explanation of what happened to

JFK, how it was covered up, who was responsible and how it changed the

course of American history. Presented on 22 November 2011, the

occasion of the 48th observance of the death of our 35th President at

the University of Wisconsin-Madison under the sponsorship of the

Sifting and Winnowing Club. The speaker, Jim Fetzer, a former Marine

Corps officer and McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of

Minnesota Duluth, has chaired or co-chaired four national conferences

on JFK and edited three books on the subject as well as giving

hundreds of interviews, including three on JFK on “Coast to Coast AM”.

(1:50:58)

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I got about half-way through last night. When discussing your friend Livingston, and the phone call he made to Dr. Humes on 11-22-63, you mentioned a separate phone call from Humes to Livingston. I don't recall hearing about this before. Did Humes call Livingston back, or did you simply mis-speak?

Bump. I was hoping for an answer to this question.

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Those are evidence photographs that were taken

by the DPD and by the FBI in Washington, D.C.

That is extremely important information. Where do these photographs appear? In the hearings? If so, could you please give me the volume and page numbers? Likewise, if photographs are in the commission documents.

Thanks a lot, Jim, the contrasting photographs from the rifles is extremely important information!!!

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No. Bob told me (and I am sure David Mantik and others as well) that Humes had called him back

for a description of what the wound would have looked like if it HAD been an exit wound rather

than an entry. I believe what Bob told him was used as a guide in altering the throat wound.

"What happened to JFK--and why it matters today"

post-1135-089764200 1325522354_thumb.jpg

An extensive, thorough and detailed explanation of what happened to

JFK, how it was covered up, who was responsible and how it changed the

course of American history. Presented on 22 November 2011, the

occasion of the 48th observance of the death of our 35th President at

the University of Wisconsin-Madison under the sponsorship of the

Sifting and Winnowing Club. The speaker, Jim Fetzer, a former Marine

Corps officer and McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of

Minnesota Duluth, has chaired or co-chaired four national conferences

on JFK and edited three books on the subject as well as giving

hundreds of interviews, including three on JFK on “Coast to Coast AM”.

(1:50:58)

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I got about half-way through last night. When discussing your friend Livingston, and the phone call he made to Dr. Humes on 11-22-63, you mentioned a separate phone call from Humes to Livingston. I don't recall hearing about this before. Did Humes call Livingston back, or did you simply mis-speak?

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Guest James H. Fetzer

Barry, when you view the slides, you will see that they are identified as evidence photos right

in the photographs themselves, which specify who took them. Jack White is the person who found

and compared them. Regrettably, he is not in good health and, alas, is no longer posting here.

RE:

Those are evidence photographs that were taken

by the DPD and by the FBI in Washington, D.C.

That is extremely important information. Where do these photographs appear? In the hearings? If so, could you please give me the volume and page numbers? Likewise, if photographs are in the commission documents.

Thanks a lot, Jim, the contrasting photographs from the rifles is extremely important information!!!

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Thank you, Jim, I really appreciate that. I can't read the slides, of course, so I am unable to tell what information is on them. But what I am wondering is are these official photographs which appeared in either Warren or HSCA documentation? This is bombshell stuff if it is part of the official record.

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Guest James H. Fetzer

A common technique in disinformation is for one op to post an article or other false claim and

for another to "discover it" and reinforce it by citing it. John McAdams, for example, has been

touting Tink's book as the most important of all the conspiracy books. That is ridiculous on its

face, since the analysis of three shooters and four shots that he presents in SIX SECONDS

(1967) was superseded by Richard Sprague's more painstaking analysis in COMPUTERS AND

AUTOMATION (May 1970). But it makes excellent sense if the point is to puff him up so that his

denunciation of conspiracy in the death of JFK can be touted as a "major event", when it is

anything but. Even then, I doubt that I am aware of any less valuable contributors to JFK

than Seamus Coogan and Jim Phelps. Time spent on either of them, in my view, is wasted.

But I certainly find it interesting that Phelps is touting Coogan. It does fit a particular pattern.

Coogan, by the way, is not even talking about this presentation but attacking John Hankey, who

has more to contribute than either of them. The moderators seem to be handling him appropriately.

The gang over on Deep Politics seems to be waiting for Jim Fetzer to explain s few things:

https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/showthread.php?9365-Why-no-reply-on-George-Bush-Mr-Fetzer&p=48656#post48656

Perhaps he might like to take up a respectful conversation with Coogan?

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No. Bob told me (and I am sure David Mantik and others as well) that Humes had called him back

for a description of what the wound would have looked like if it HAD been an exit wound rather

than an entry. I believe what Bob told him was used as a guide in altering the throat wound.

"What happened to JFK--and why it matters today"

post-1135-089764200 1325522354_thumb.jpg

An extensive, thorough and detailed explanation of what happened to

JFK, how it was covered up, who was responsible and how it changed the

course of American history. Presented on 22 November 2011, the

occasion of the 48th observance of the death of our 35th President at

the University of Wisconsin-Madison under the sponsorship of the

Sifting and Winnowing Club. The speaker, Jim Fetzer, a former Marine

Corps officer and McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of

Minnesota Duluth, has chaired or co-chaired four national conferences

on JFK and edited three books on the subject as well as giving

hundreds of interviews, including three on JFK on “Coast to Coast AM”.

(1:50:58)

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I got about half-way through last night. When discussing your friend Livingston, and the phone call he made to Dr. Humes on 11-22-63, you mentioned a separate phone call from Humes to Livingston. I don't recall hearing about this before. Did Humes call Livingston back, or did you simply mis-speak?

I thank you for your response. I don't think Bob mentions this second phone call in the relatively short letters you present in Assassination Science. If you have access to a longer unpublished statement in which this call is discussed, or a video-taped interview, your posting it on your website would be greatly appreciated.

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Bob made a videotaped statement at UCSD at my request when I first

became acquainted with him. I believe that it is included in that taping,

so if I can track down a copy, I should be able to accommodate you, Pat.

No. Bob told me (and I am sure David Mantik and others as well) that Humes had called him back

for a description of what the wound would have looked like if it HAD been an exit wound rather

than an entry. I believe what Bob told him was used as a guide in altering the throat wound.

"What happened to JFK--and why it matters today"

post-1135-089764200 1325522354_thumb.jpg

An extensive, thorough and detailed explanation of what happened to

JFK, how it was covered up, who was responsible and how it changed the

course of American history. Presented on 22 November 2011, the

occasion of the 48th observance of the death of our 35th President at

the University of Wisconsin-Madison under the sponsorship of the

Sifting and Winnowing Club. The speaker, Jim Fetzer, a former Marine

Corps officer and McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of

Minnesota Duluth, has chaired or co-chaired four national conferences

on JFK and edited three books on the subject as well as giving

hundreds of interviews, including three on JFK on “Coast to Coast AM”.

(1:50:58)

Embedded code is below:

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I got about half-way through last night. When discussing your friend Livingston, and the phone call he made to Dr. Humes on 11-22-63, you mentioned a separate phone call from Humes to Livingston. I don't recall hearing about this before. Did Humes call Livingston back, or did you simply mis-speak?

I thank you for your response. I don't think Bob mentions this second phone call in the relatively short letters you present in Assassination Science. If you have access to a longer unpublished statement in which this call is discussed, or a video-taped interview, your posting it on your website would be greatly appreciated.

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