Paul Trejo Posted February 4, 2016 Share Posted February 4, 2016 (edited) OK -- I have had an opportunity to check a random selection of FBI files listed on the NARA database printout. Many of the subject names mean absolutely nothing to me -- but perhaps you guys will see some relevance to some of the names appearing below? In addition, I have an inquiry pending with the Supervisor in Charge of NARA's JFK Processing Project. [i will let you know if he gives me any new info.] (1) Among the most prolific references on the NARA list are serials from FBI HQ file 62-116395 -- which is the Administrative File for the Church Committee aka Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Activities. As you probably know, the Church Committee published 14 reports in 1974-1975 on various aspects of U.S. intelligence activities including: FBI, CIA, and NSA. (2) Other files listed as containing documents which will not be released until 2017 are: HQ 87-85407 which is on Edwward Browder Jr. This has something to do with a car rental and Interstate Transportation of Stolen Property HQ 62-117290 which is the "HSCA Liaison File" HQ 100-32965 which is on George DeMohrenschildt HQ 105-98177 which is on Louis Henry James HQ 92-2713 which is on Carlos Marcello HQ 92-4225 which is on Joseph Civello HQ 105-74151 which is on Alberto Blanco / Cuban activities HQ 105-82793 which is on Juan Almeida Bosque (Cuban Army Chief of Staff) HQ 87-20826 which is on William J. Waldman, VP of Klein Sporting Goods in Chicago re: rifle sale to "A.J. Hidell" HQ 105-1095 which is on Pro-Castro and Anti-Castro Activities (includes discussion of Carlos Bringuier and Edward Butler) HQ 65-31442 which is on Alexander Rorke and Jean L. Musa (related to espionage activities) HQ 166-4028 -- unknown subject but the "166" classification pertains to Interstate Transportation in Aid of Racketeering SPECIAL NOTE TO PAUL TREJO: (3) There are NO references in the NARA database to documents being withheld until 2017 with respect to any of the following subjects: 1. A. Roswell Thompson 2. American Volunteer Group 3. Billy James Hargis 4. Charles A. Willoughby 5. Congress of Freedom 6. Constitution Party 7. Council For Statehood 8. Dan Smoot 9. Edgar Eugene Bradley 10. Edwin A. Walker 11. Ezra Taft Benson 12. Frank A. Capell 13. Guy Banister 14. Guy Galbadon 15. H.L. Hunt 16. Harry Dean 17. Herbert (Wally) Butterworth 18. J. Evetts Haley 19. John Birch Society 20. John G. Crommelin 21. John Rarick 22. John Rousselot 23. Joseph Milteer 24. Kenneth Goff 25. Kent Courtney 26. Leander Perez 27. Minutemen 28. Ned Touchstone 29. Nelson Bunker Hunt 30. Pedro A. del Valle 31. Ray Leahart 32. Revilo P. Oliver 33. Robert J. Morris 34. Robert Surrey 35. Robert Welch 36. Roy Elonza Davis Sr. 37. Theodore Jackman 38. Thomas J. Anderson 39. William Potter Gale 40. Willie Somersett OK, not directly, perhaps. But just take one small example: HQ 105-1095 which is on Pro-Castro and Anti-Castro Activities (includes discussion of Carlos Bringuier and Edward Butler)Carlos Bringuier, as Jeffrey Caufield demonstrates with solid citations, was a close contact of both General Walker and Guy Banister as well as Lee Harvey Oswald. There is much that is IMPLIED within those bullets, Ernie -- and without actually having them in hand (which you still don't have) you can't really tell the world what's INSIDE of them. Though you may try. The evidence that Jeffrey Caufield exhibited has been a revolution in JFK Conspiracy Theory by returning to Harry Dean's 1965 theory that General Walker was the mastermind of the JFK murder, and by providing hundreds of citations to solidify the historical point. I still maintain, Ernie, that you frankly have no firm grasp on the Top Secret information that that US Government still holds on the JFK assassination -- even though you keep claiming that you do. Regards, --Paul Trejo Edited February 4, 2016 by Paul Trejo Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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