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John Simkin
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If you wish to find Eugene Brading, alias Jim Braden, look for (I believe this is the name) E. Eugene Bradley in California.

Two different guys. These are some photos of Eugene Bradley:

Photo 1 is the one published in Penn Jones' Forgive My Grief. Photo 2 is him escorted by the LAPD just before he flies to Jim Garrison's office. Photo 3 is him under a lie detector session organized by his attorneys.

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I wrote a long post and decided to delete it.

Just this I will say.

I have an attorney and he knows everything. I mean everything too. Talked to him today and everyone knows his name Mr. James T. Marsh. OK

Well, that is not all I have another attorney as well in this. He is my silent attorney and he holds my Will. A very unsual Will I might add. OK

In this Will it is for one reason in the event of my murder or natural death he will notify my acting attorney Mr. Marsh. The two will work hard on where I leave off.

Both are filled in and that keeps me very busy with them.

Now, my silent attorney well he has what I call a GHOST. This means I asked him to find someone he trusts and I am never to know who this person or persons are.

HE is to inform them about what is going on. ALWAYS. He acts out a role never to name even to me who the ghost is. or ghosts that is. I will NEVER KNOW.

He has to do this too. HE is my silent atty. this infromation was given over to Arlen Spector some time ago BY ME informing him of this legal binding act I have set up in the event of my natural and unnatural death.

NOW this is my bottom line protector for myself that I have set up to help them know they can't fight a ghost or ghosts.

I was under protection for some time. This was to help me for a while of men surrounding me at times when it was fealt I was in danger. THERE WERE TIMES TOO.

I have had only one BAD phone call.

Several emails that I would consider to be threatening but odd they were very kind to me enen though it was sort of threatening me.

Two events that I would question as being if they were able to complete I would have been dead by now.

So, they killed the DA's Brother so he would not help me out the way he should.

I also consider this beyond a threat to me directly.

This is about it.

Enough to know to take legal actions to make it know

YOU CAN'T FIGHT A GHOST OR GHOSTS

THe only kind hint I have given over to Spector is that it is someone in the state of Delaware that is the ghost or ghosts.

<<<<<<<<< BOO >>>>>>>>>

Now to the most dangerous subjects.

Sam Giacanna murder

Johnny Roselli murder

Be careful about Bobbi Baker

Yeah, someone in DC who was at bars

Texas Business men who paid for the silence of JFK that are still very

much behind this and plan to keep it this way

Some researchers and I know who they are now

some look good but are not

some go as ghosts and they tell others so they won't have to go on forums and they are NOT KNOWN.

I know about that too.

If a NICE TRACE IS PLACED ON AND IS FOUND WHO IS WHAT AND WHERE a LOT CAN BE TOLD I AM SURE.

Thanks to Richard Nixon for teaching me the art of the trade of keeping a secret and know how to plant it.

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denis,

do you mean that this bradley is not an alias used by brading but is in fact a different person?

was brading ever questioned by garrison?

john

There is no evidence showing that Eugene Bradley ever used the name of Brading. The suspect photographed and arrested in Dealy Plaza is Eugene Hale Brading who used the false name of Jim Braden. Since the name of Brading only surfaced in 1973, Garrison could not find that Jim Braden since he knew the guy only under the name of Braden.

First photo is of Bradley, and the second on the right is Brading (aka Jim Braden) the guy arrested in Dealy Plaza.

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There has been a very interesting thread about a physical attack on Jack White.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=2788

I think it is possible that threats against JFK researchers might provide clues about the assassination and the cover-up. After all, it is possible to assume that researchers become dangerous when they get close to finding out important information.

I have only been working on this case in a serious way for the past 12 months. I have received several emails that could be described as threats. Sometimes these come from people who I have written about. The most worrying comes from a former member of Interpen. He never writes to me directly. Instead he sends copies of emails he is sending to a friend. In these emails he writes about what I am up to and implies that he is going to do something about it.

I have also had several emails from fellow researchers warning me about tackling certain subjects. They relate problems that they experienced when researching the case. Some have been willing to provide me with information they have discovered. However, others pass on these threats without revealing what they have found out. I suppose it is possible that they are warning me off because they don’t want me finding out what they have found. In other ways, they hope to publish the book that finally solves the case.

I have also made contact with some interesting witnesses that have told me some important information. However, in several cases, they have broke off contact without explanation. I fear they are being threatened. In two of the cases this happened at the same time as I received a “warning” to leave a certain topic alone.

These “warnings” have given me the impression that I have been on the right track and has had the reverse effect on what my correspondent wanted. It might interest you to know the areas that people don’t want me writing about: Interpen, the events surrounding the Bobby Baker scandal, Grant Stockdale and Clint Murchison.

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John:

The "events surrounding the Bobby Baker scandal" have already gotten a lot of people killed. So I am not surprised that this one is on your worry list.

Dawn

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Quoting John Simkin's original post:

I think it is possible that threats against JFK researchers might provide clues about the assassination and the cover-up. After all, it is possible to assume that researchers become dangerous when they get close to finding out important information.

. . . .

These “warnings” have given me the impression that I have been on the right track and has had the reverse effect on what my correspondent wanted. It might interest you to know the areas that people don’t want me writing about: . . . the events surrounding the Bobby Baker scandal. . .

Walter Perry was an IRS investigator brought in by William Webster of the FBI to assist in the investigation of Billy Sol Estes. Estes told Perry that he had funneled $10 million to bribes to LBJ. He also told Perry that in 1963 Bobby Kennedy contacted him in prison and told him that Kennedy would secure his release from prison if Estes would testify against LBJ. Estes declined the offer, saying, "If I testified against Johnson, I'd be dead within twenty-four hours."

Source: Russo, Live By the Sword (1998) page 283. Of course, it should be remembered that Estes was an admitted crook and swindler so anything he said should be absorbed with the help of a shaker full of salt.

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