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John Geraghty
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Bill Decker has always seemed to me to be one of the main suspects as an inide man for conspirators in the DPD due to his mob ties. he was well known as a bag man for benny binion who owned the horseshoe casino in las vegas and also worked in gambling in texas. any thoughts on him?

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Bill Decker has always seemed to me to be one of the main suspects as an inide man for conspirators in the DPD due to his mob ties. he was well known as a bag man for benny binion who owned the horseshoe casino in las vegas and also worked in gambling in texas. any thoughts on him? (John Geraghty)

Hi John,

I think Decker was far from squeaky clean. If I remember correctly, it was a memo written by him that squashed the whole idea that prisoners in the Dallas County Jail got a look at the assassin(s) on the 6th floor of the TSBD.

Decker below.

James

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it seems decker had a reputation among his co-workers also. he was in part responsible for tranferring oswald at the time they did .

im sure a tie can be found between himself and ruby if it looked at hard enough. im sure he wasnt a one man operative in the DPD, he probably had a few others on the payroll, perhaps he instructed one of them to let ruby in.

john

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Bill Decker has always seemed to me to be one of the main suspects as an inide man for conspirators in the DPD due to his mob ties.  He was well known as a bag man for Benny Binion who owned the Horseshoe Casino in Las Vegas and also worked in gambling in Texas.  Any thoughts on him?

According to Al Carrier, the Dallas Police were incompetent, but not complicit. There are no crooked police. Even the staging of the first live TV broadcast murder of the most important suspect in the 20th Century in the DPD's own basement, was an innocent flub. And of course, Jack Ruby having the run of the police department doesn't indicate anything malevolent. Ruby was in place, the horn honked, and Oswald was led to his execution. Sounds innocent to Al, this forum's new thought police.

Obviously, Al will not tolerate an anti-Castro, Mafia or corrupt police viewpoint. For that position to be condoned, even supported, renders this forum useless.

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I think his Al's position may be accepted or rejected by anyone as he/she wishes. The trouble I see is that if you you do not agree with Al, you are "part of the problem" or an "idiot". In other words Al seems to think his position is gospel.  But there are enough ballistics experts who do not see eye to eye with him on everything. 

Wim

Obviously Al doesn't follow rule "v", since anyone who believes there are dirty cops is labeled "rediculous." He also doesn't follow the rule of logic, given his Catch-22 argument that no one who confesses, such as Tosh, could be genuine, and given the projection of his own performance in Latin America for which he certainly would never confess. He doesn't think anyone else should be allowed to comment, but when I posted new information about the massacre of dozens of police at Caro Quintero's ranch near Vera Cruz and asked for him to comment, he would not. So the Catch-22: as we search for the truth, he shuts down historians who didn't engage in murderous acts themselves in Latin America or have records of ongoing police abuse in America. Anyone who was there and admits it, must not have actually been there.

On Lancer, Al gave an ultimatum for certain people to be kicked off the forum, including the one he referred to on this forum as a "Nazi" (attacks don't get more personal than that; and he has made that statement on this forum). When not a single person spoke in support of him, he was silenced. That's history. Now, as Wim cited, people who don't kneel down before Al's murderous expertise are labeled "fantasy chasers," which is not considered personal attack here. He uses profanity and that's acceptable language here.

I don't sit back for police abuse and brutality, on the streets or on-line. That's not an anti-establishment position; that's a pro-freedom position. If, as Wim's above quote demonstrates, Al is free to call others on this forum idiots (everyone who believes in police and/or anti-Castro complicity), then I can say, without name-calling, that his position is idiotic.

Tim Carroll

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John,

Very good analysis. Have you already received a comment from Gary Mack? :lol:

Have you read Roger Craig's unpublished manuscript? And how incensed Decker was that he was talking to Jim Garrison?

I too am convinced that Bill Decker was one of the inside men of the conspiracy. Whether he was compromised before or after the fact, that I do not really know, I think before, but I do no there were many more CIA moles in the DPD.

George Butler and John Carl Day are just two examples

And yes , I believe Roscoe White was another.

Wim

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