Greg Parker Posted June 21, 2012 Share Posted June 21, 2012 You guys are doing a good job and generally asking the right questions, but just to correct some information: The DRE HQ was in Miami - not NO. Those who went to the meeting in Dallas were from Miami, not NO. Bringuier did not have his office at 544 Camp St - that was Sergio Arcana Smith of the Cuban Revolutionary Council (CRC). Greg, you're absolutely right about the DRE being headquartered in Miami. I said it was New Orleans. It was that other Cuban Exile group of militant extremists, the CRC, that had its offices above Guy Bannister's office. Still, Carlos Bringuier belonged to the DRE, and he also had his business offices in New Orleans, and he interacted with Lee Harvey Oswald several times -- in a staged fist-fight on Canal Street, over a fake FPCC affiliation, and also on the radio, in a loosely scripted debate to make Oswald look more convincing as an FPCC officer, and finally on television, where both Carlos and Lee would try out their best acting skills for their 15 minutes of fame. Far from being enemies, IMHO, they were good buddies in New Orleans. Best regards, --Paul Trejo Paul, are you sure the DRE had offices in NO? My impression has been that Bringuier conducted DRE business from his clothing store, But that's not terribly important - unless he did have a separate office and it was located say in the same building as ONI. What does seem rather important now is that the Walker connection to Bringuier is a bit more of a stretch. This is an important thread, with some damn fine info being put out there by you and others. Let's keep it to what can be reasonably extracted from the data. To be honest, as important as NO is to the scheme of things, I personally wouldn't like to try and launch a fusillade at the official story from that well-muddied patch of turf. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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