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DALLAS DA HENRY WADE DOUBTED WHETHER SINGLE BULLET THEORY WAS CORRECT 1988 video just discovered!!!


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When I interviewed Henry Wade, he indicated he didn't think

there was sufficient evidence to pin the Kennedy murder

on Oswald. Jim Leavelle gave me the same

indications and told me that's why Will Fritz told

him to try to pin the Tippit murder on Oswald. I discuss

what Wade and Leavelle told me in INTO THE NIGHTMARE.

I also wrote about Wade in an article on the KennedysandKing

website dealing with the Dale Myers book, which I consider

the Warren Report of the Tippit case.

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7 minutes ago, Joseph McBride said:

When I interviewed Henry Wade, he indicated he didn't think

there was sufficient evidence to pin the Kennedy murder

on Oswald. Jim Leavelle gave me the same

indications and told me that's why Will Fritz told

him to try to pin the Tippit murder on Oswald. I discuss

what Wade and Leavelle told me in INTO THE NIGHTMARE.

I also wrote about Wade in an article on the KennedysandKing

website dealing with the Dale Myers book, which I consider

the Warren Report of the Tippit case.

Yes---outstanding on your part!! :)

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Thanks, Vince. Your work on the Secret Service is seminal

and opened up new vistas of understanding of the case. I am

glad you keep at it. You exemplify the advice Penn Jones gave

me and other researchers: "Pick one aspect of the case, one

that hasn't been studied enough, and research the hell out of it."

That's one reason I gravitated to the Tippit murder, which

is the Rosetta Stone of the case, but not for the reasons David

Belin called it that.

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31 minutes ago, Joseph McBride said:

Thanks, Vince. Your work on the Secret Service is seminal

and opened up new vistas of understanding of the case. I am

glad you keep at it. You exemplify the advice Penn Jones gave

me and other researchers: "Pick one aspect of the case, one

that hasn't been studied enough, and research the hell out of it."

That's one reason I gravitated to the Tippit murder, which

is the Rosetta Stone of the case, but not for the reasons David

Belin called it that.

Thanks so much!  Joe, please check out the video I just posted- to my knowledge, the elevator view from the TSBD was never shown before. I did not know that someone riding the elevator WOULD HAVE BEEN SEEN ON EVERY FLOOR!

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