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For those who are curious, Pash's testimony before the Church Committee makes for some interesting reading.

James

Yes James,

I recently came across it and will post a link to it if I can find it again.

There's also a mention of a newspaper article, I think that E. Howard Hunt calls Pash the head of an assassin's unit.

BK

http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/...amp;relPageId=5

http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/tf300002fn

http://www.universityofmilitaryintelligenc...ments/MPASH.pdf

http://www.manuscriptservice.com/FFiDP-2/

Boris Pash is relatively unknown in the wider community, but his status amongst the multitude of intelligence divisions is legendary. He was a security officer for the Manhattan Project and a leader of the ALSOS mission which was tasked to monitor the progress of nuclear weapons, to secure atomic material and to capture scientists working on the Nazi atomic project.

Post-WW2, Pash served in various military intelligence positions; from 1948 to 1951, he was the military representative to the CIA.

One of the creatures created by the CIA was a unit called the Health Alteration Committee, which was directed by Dr. Sidney Gottlieb and Boris Pash. This group conducted experiments with mind-altering drugs, lethal viruses and exotic poisons that could kill without detection.

In an interview with the New York Times in 1975, E. Howard Hunt claimed that the head of the CIA assassination unit was Boris Pash. pash3.jpg

<H3 id=siteSub>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boris_Pash</H3>Boris T. Pash (1900–1995) was a US Army officer.

He was born in San Francisco, California, on June 20, 1900. His father was Rev. Theodore Pashkovsky (would become Most Reverend Metropolitan Theophilus from 1934-1950), a Russian Orthodox priest who had been sent to California by the Church in 1894. Because his father had been recalled to Russia, the entire family returned to Russia in 1912. Boris attended Seminary school and graduated in 1917. During the Russian Revolution, he served in the White Russian navy. In 1920, he married Lydia Ivanov, and chose to return to the United States when the Bolshevik consolidation of power became apparent. He was able to secure employment with the YMCA in Berlin [Germany] where his son (Edgar Constantine Boris Pashkovsky; aka Edgar C.B. Pash) was born on June 14, 1921. Upon returning to the United States with his family, he attended Springfield College, in Springfield, Massachusetts, where he graduated with a B.A. in physical education. It was during this time that he changed the family name from Pashkovsky to Pash.

Before World War II, Pash taught at Hollywood High School in Los Angeles. He continued his education, and received an M.A. from the University of Southern California. A reserve officer, he was called to active duty in 1940. He was a security officer for the Manhattan Project in Los Alamos, and, toward the end of the war, the military leader of the Operation Alsos. Its purpose was to determine how far the Axis had progressed toward developing nuclear weapons, and to secure atomic material and capture the scientists working on the Nazi atomic project.

After the war, Pash served in various military intelligence positions. He served under General Douglas MacArthur in Japan (1946-47). From 1948-51, he served as a military representative to the Central Intelligence Agency, and during this time, he was in charge of a controversial CIA program PB/7, also known as Operation Bloodstone which involved recruiting former German officers and diplomats who could be used in the covert war against the Soviet Union. This included former members of the Nazi Party such as Gustav Hilger and Hans von Bittenfield.

He also served in Austria (1952-53), and in Washington, D.C. (1953-57) and in 1954, he testified in the Dr. Robert Oppenheimer security investigation.

He retired from the Army in 1957. He died on May 11, 1995 in Greenbrae, California. Colonel Pash is a member of the Military Intelligence Hall of Fame.

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I've always thought this guy looked creepy... if he's anything like what his reputation and legend suggests, he's (according to EH Hunt) a CIA 'sweeper'. If that's really him at Parkland Hospital, things do get very interesting.

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Another dumb instinctive point... I know no one named Boris. Never met a soul with that name. Last time it came into my life, it was the cartoon Rocky & Bullwinkle... the Russian spy's, Boris and Natasha. Boris 'bad-enough" for goodness sakes. Just this guys name gives me the creeps.

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Thanks, Steve.

Have you, or any other forum member, ever come across information which details a relationship between Boris Pash and Sidney Gottlieb, and their association with the Health Alteration Committee? Pash allegedly ordered the assassination of Anthrax specialist Frank Olsen.

I remember reading somewhere that if William Harvey was 007, then Pash was 001.

James

James,

I've been doing some research along those lines. I think the link to Gottlieb travels right through Dr. Jose Rivera to H. Warner Kloepfer and then Ruth Paine and LHO. I'm still convinced that there's a Gottlieb/Rivera connection when I consider Adele Edison's account of events prior to Nov. 63. Rivera was in Gottlieb's employ.

More on Dr. H. Warner Kloepfer just posted on the web...

The author (left) with Dr. McKusick, the father of Medical Genetics, and Dr. Kloepfer,

the founder of Medical Genetics in Louisiana, under the Evangeline Oak in St. Martinville, LA.

"A Founder Effect." Victor A. McKusick of Johns Hopkins University is credited as father of the field of Medical Genetics. In 1953, however, while McKusick was still in Cardiology, and while the famed Moore Clinic at Johns Hopkins was still a center for sexually transmitted diseases, H. Warner Kloepfer founded the Genetic Counseling Service at Tulane University. Kloepfer was one of the first persons to receive a Ph.D. in Human Genetics (Ohio State, 1942). After several years of trying to figure out what to do with his degree and expertise, he came to the Tulane University School of Medicine to work with Harold Cummins in 1952 on the genetics of dermatoglyphics.

Dr. H. Warner Kloepfer and His "Extended Family." Kloepfer exemplified the historical problem of financial deprivation amongst genetics clinics in the state: In the late 1970's, he disclosed to me that his rank and salary at Tulane had never changed. His was able to accomplish his monumental field studies by traveling on an economical BMW motorcycle; however, lack of funds for lodging dramatically limited the range of those studies. He was able to obtain meaningful research support mainly for peripheral subjects, such as the inheritance of split dermal ridges. His peer-reviewed publications on genetic diseases in Louisiana spanned the 25 years from 1955 to 1979. To my knowledge, none of those landmark publications was grant-supported, though he left several file drawers of rejected grant applications. Toward the untimely end of his career, he was the author with the greatest number of citations in Mendelian Inheritance in Man. The citations are referenced online at http://www3.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/omim/ (search term, "kloepfer").

Several colleagues with strong inclinations toward Medical Genetics collaborated with Kloepfer at Tulane during this period: Ralph Platou (Pediatrics department head), William Sternberg (Pathology), and Carolyn Talley (Public Health). Platou had the first March of Dimes (MOD) Birth Defects Center (BDC) in Louisiana but only mentioned "defects of a presumptively genetic origin." Other Tulane specialists worked closely with Kloepfer to define syndromes in their specialties, including Vincent Derbes (Dermatology), Herbert Ichinose (Pathology), James Killian (Neurology), Jeannette Laguaite (Speech Pathology), J. William Rosenthal (Ophthalmology), and M. Bruce Sarlin (Psychiatry). Kloepfer collaborated with many extramural colleagues as well, including David Van Gelder (Pediatrics practice), Richard Juberg (Genetics, University of Virginia), James McLaurin (Otolaryngology practice), Neal Owens (Ophthalmology practice), and Richard Paddison (Neurology-LSU). There were also Tulane colleagues whose association with Kloepfer was important: Norman Woody, in Pediatrics, who was working on biochemical genetic disorders, and Maria Varela, who was initially in Anatomy but moved to Pathology to run the Cytogenetics laboratory in 1970. Cytogenetics laboratories had been set up in the Pathology departments of both Tulane and Ochsner in the 1960's.

A New Birth Defects Center at LSU. After Platou, the MOD turned to Richard Fowler (Pediatrics department head at LSU School of Medicine) to pursue its objectives. He sought me out at a medical meeting in 1966, but I told him that I was planning to continue my collaboration with medical geneticists at Johns Hopkins as a full-time fellow after discharge from the Navy. He encouraged this but asked that I come to LSU after the fellowship. He enlisted Esther Anderson (Pediatric Hematology) to write a new BDC application, and she recruited Jack Holden (Pathology resident), and Robert Weilbacher (Internal Medicine Instructor, interested in Oncology but who had recently completed a fellowship in Medical Genetics with McKusick at Johns Hopkins) into the effort. They opened the new Center in April 1967. By the time I arrived on July 15, 1969, they had fleshed out a Medical Genetics service and had encountered most of the problems that later led me to write Rare Genetics Diseases (1974), the first practice manual for Medical Genetics.

Expansion of Diagnostics. In 1970, Onkar Sharma began his Clinical Genetics fellowship, Holden finished his residency and went into practice in Baton Rouge, and Weilbacher joined the Tulane Cancer Program. LSU Dean of Medicine John Finerty funded renovation and expansion of the diagnostic laboratory. The Cytogenetics laboratory that had been set up by Holden in Pathology was moved into the Genetics laboratory. The following year, Dean Norman Nelson funded equipment for initial diagnostic testing for metabolic diseases, and a state grant equipped the laboratory for state-of-the-art testing in 1972.

The Establishment of Satellite Clinics. There were far-flung hospitals affiliated with the LSU School of Medicine, and specialist faculty in New Orleans were obligated to visit these at regular intervals. During my visits, I noticed numerous cases of genetic diseases that never made it to the Center in New Orleans. With institutional and MOD funds, I developed satellite clinics at affiliated hospitals during the early 1970's. The number of patients seen for genetic reasons increased exponentially from 86 in 1970 to 1657 in 1974. The satellite clinic concept has since become universal in Genetics Centers.

Origin of the Genetic Counselor. In order to meet the demands of the increased patient load, I invented the position of Genetics Associate to replace the Social Worker that was one of the standard MOD BDC positions dictated by Executive Director Virginia Apgar. The Associate was the most junior faculty position in the medical school and the only one permitted for persons with a Bachelor degree. These persons were hand-selected for personal integrity, intelligence, energy, and affability. They handled many time-consuming tasks of Medical Genetics that did not necessarily require a physician, such as interview, genealogy, photography, anthropometrics, specimen collection, and genetic counseling. This led to the development of the discipline of Genetic Counselors, who currently outnumber Medical Geneticists.

New Faces in the 1970's. Henry Rothschild, who trained in Genetics at Harvard, joined Internal Medicine at LSU in 1972. During ensuing years, he worked on the genetics of neurological diseases and cancer, and he eventually set up a Geriatrics Section of which he is currently Chief. In an era when lung cancer was thought to be a purely environmental disease, he clearly proved its inheritance. Richard Juberg moved from Virginia to the new Shreveport campus of the LSU School of Medicine in 1974 and set up a Birth Defects Center. When Juberg moved on to Dayton, Ohio, in 1977, Harold Chen replaced him and continued the development of the Shreveport program.

In 1973, Sharma completed his fellowship and went into practice with a multispecialty group in a Chicago suburb. Anderson left for a sabbatical in Sociobiology and never returned. Collaboration with Gerald Berenson's Specialized Center on Research in Atherosclerosis allowed Marjorie Fox to begin our first genetic marker studies. This continued until she retired in 1978, but she continued to analyze and publish the data for two more years.

Yves Lacassie, fresh from a fellowship in Medical Genetics with McKusick at Johns Hopkins, began a post-doctoral fellowship in 1975. He stayed a year and then went to Chile to set up a Medical Genetics service there. He was replaced by Mary Kay Pelias, from Tulane Biology, who worked for the next four years on genealogical analysis of phenylketonuria and cancer and who participated in clinics and teaching as well.

The End of the Golden Era. During the 1970's, faculty of both LSU and Tulane shared techniques, equipment, and personnel during the advancement of Medical Genetics in Louisiana. We coordinated our efforts to avoid duplication of services. Several Tulane graduate students completed their thesis work in the Genetics Program at LSU. Kloepfer and I never had sufficiently mutual interests to co-author a paper, but we were in continuous communication about each other's projects. Kloepfer's research was a polished, insightful approach to delineation of individual syndromes brought to his attention by clinicians. My clinics turned up hundreds of new syndromes, and my major research thrust was to detect the forces behind their etiologies and localizations.

Several factors in the late 1970's ended this golden era. Kloepfer was promoted to Emeritus status in 1977 and worked thereafter mostly on dermatoglyphics. He died in 1982 shortly after publication of his last paper. My five-year MOD grant was pushing eleven years, and a new Pediatrics department head at LSU had other interests and plans for space that had been devoted to Genetics. John Lewy (Pediatrics department head) and Emmanuel Shapira (Medical Geneticist) arrived at Tulane in 1978. They reoriented Tulane programs toward competitiveness and capitalism and gave us a preview of the future of medical academics. In addition, advances in molecular genetics were changing the fieldwork approaches that had characterized our specialty. By that time, Medical Genetics was firmly established as a medical specialty, and the importance of the pioneering work in Louisiana was well recognized.

Subsequent developments built on that recognition. One was recruitment of internationally known Robert Elston to found a new Department of Biometry and Genetics at LSU in 1979. Governor Edwin Edwards replaced our MOD funding through an executive order that year. The funding later received legislative approval and served as the foundation of the Genetics Program in the State Health Department, still an active and vital program, incorporating elements from both LSU and Tulane.

About the Author

The late Dr. Thurmon was a Professor of Pediatrics and the Director of the Medical Genetics Section at the LSU School of Medicine in Shreveport. His teaching, service and research in Louisiana spanned over 30 years. His book, A Comprehensive Primer on Medical Genetics was published in 1999 by Parthenon Publishing Group, New York.

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Col. PASH was sent into Europe to stop the NAZI A-Bomb program in WWII. On the internet I found that PASH, post war, maintained an office at Oak Ridge. (HARVEY & LEE fans know that a LHO (Lee) signed a visitators register there(when Harvey was elsewhere)). From 1944 to 1952 Medford Byran Evans was the head trainer in Security at Oak Ridge. It is small assumption that PASH knew Evans. (Evan's son BTW knows the CIA Buckley family) PASH did so called WET ops against the scientists in Europe. Im sure there were imported NASI & European scientists who knew what PASH did and worked at Oak Ridge. ++ Hunt was left out in the cold. IMHO McCord let everyone be caught in the Break-in on purpose. Hunts statement about JJA and PASH (that JJA used PASH in assassinations) was a way of getting back/sending message to CIA (lay off me or I'll blow whole DALLAS THING !!). IMHO Evans was a deep penetration agent of the CIA into the far-right south. If so, JJA could have used him (Evans) as an asset. THANKS STEVE GAAL material below reproduced for research purposes only.Jerry P. Shinley Archive:

General Edwin Walker's New Orleans Links

General Walker's New Orleans Links

Author: jpshinley

Email: jpshinley@my-dejanews.com

Date: 1998/07/28

Jerry Rose, in an article entitled "Nut Country II", (The Third Decade; May, 1990; Volume 6, Number 4; pp 1-5) transcribes a document from the National Archives concerning the activities of Major General Edwin A. Walker in New Orleans on Nov 20, 1963. The Document is a report from the Louisiana State Police. Walker met privately with Perez at his office in the National American Bank Building and also meet with about 35 conservative leaders at the Jung Hotel. On the 21st, Walker held another meeting with 90 people.

It is possible that Walker's meeting was ostensibly connected with the Free Elector movement, which developed into a George Wallace for president campaign. It is certainly conceivable that Banister was one of the "conservative leaders" present at this meeting.

Perhaps this would be the logical point to introduce a mutual cquaintance of Banister and Walker: Medford Bryan Evans. The first item concerning Evans is his entry from "Contemporary Authors" (Volumes 25-28 (revised); Gale Research Co.; 1971-78). Evans was born in 1907 in Lufkin, Texas. He graduated from the University of Chattanooga in 1927 and took a Ph. D. from Yale in 1933. He taught at various colleges. From 1944 to 1952, Evans worked for the Atomic Energy Commission in Oak Ridge and Washington, D. C. His last position was as chief of security training. He worked for the H. L. Hunt-created Facts Forum Foundation in Dallas from 1954 to 1955. He lived in Natchitoches, Louisiana from 1955 to 1962, teaching at Northwestern State College from 1955 to 1959, and working as a "consultant" from 1959 to 1962. In 1962, he went to work as managing editor of "The Citizen", official publication of the Citizens' Councils of America in Jackson, Mississippi. Evans was also a member of the John Birch Society and a contributor to its publication, "American Opinion". (see also: McMillen, Neil R. "The Citizens' Council". Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1971) My understanding is that Evans died in the late Eighties. M. (Medford) Stanton Evans, a member of William F. Buckley's circle, is Evans' son.

In 1962, Evans appeared alongside General Walker at the Senate "Military Muzzling" Hearings organized by Strom Thurmond. (Military Cold War Education and Speech Review Policies; Hearings before the Special Preparedness Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, U. S. Senate, 87th Congress, 2nd Session, p 1389)

A review, by Evans, of three books related to the JFK assassination appeared in "American Opinion" for September, 1977. (pp 67-70). In the course of the review, Evans described Banister as "a friend of mine as it happens." (p69, 1st column, 1st paragraph)

An indication that Evans and Banister moved in the same circles in Louisiana is that in 1960 Evans was named as secretary of the Louisiana States Rights Party. Kent Courtney was the party's candidate for governor. David C. Treen, a New Orleans attorney was named chairman, replacing another N. O. lawyer, Felix Lapeyre. (NOTP; January 6, 1960; s1, p11) Kent Courtney was named by the HSCA as a Banister acquaintance. (HSCA; Vol X, 130)

General Walker should be asked about the purpose of his trip to N. O. just before the assassination. Was Banister present at the meetings? Did Walker have direct or indirect contact with Banister before this? Did he ever discuss Banister with Medford Evans? Was Banister interested in the Walker shooting? Did Walker discuss Banister with Evans after the assassination?

Since David C. Treen's name came up, here's a bit more. In 1960, Leander Perez seized the machinery of the Louisiana States' Rights Party in order to field a slate of Presidential electors in opposition to the Democratic Kennedy-Johnson ticket. David C. Treen, Willie Rainach, Emile A. Wagner and Perez himself were on the slate. (NOTP; September 19, 1960; s1, p3) The next year, Treen attacked the National States' Rights Party, after a "secret" meeting of a purported local branch. He insisted that the Louisiana Party was in no way connected to the national group, which was "a disgrace to the term 'states rights.'" (NOTP; June 3, 1961; s2, p3). A year later, after Treen left, the Louisiana States Rights Party would file suit in Federal Court against the NSRP. The suit sought to enjoin the NSRP from using the words "States' Rights Party" in Louisiana. The complaint was made that the NSRP has falsely claimed an affiliation with the Louisiana group. The NSRP newspaper, "The Thunderbolt", was referred to as "a reprehensible, abhorrent and despicable publication." (NOTP; September 12, 1962; s2, p4) Treen would switch to the Republican party and become a congressman, then governor of Louisiana. In 1966, he was a director of INCA. (NOTP; December 13, 1966; s4, p7) I believe Treen is still alive. He spoke out in opposition to David Duke in the last election. I'm not sure if he would be too thrilled to talk about the good old days with the segregationists.

Another Walker-New Orleans link is through George Soule, president of Soule Business College. In 1962, George Soule was "community chairman" of the New Orleans Indignation Committee. (NOTP; February 8, 1962; s2, p4) In January, Walker had addressed this group, via closed-circuit TV, at a meeting held at Soule College. (NOTP; January 4, 1962; s1, p14)

In 1963, Soule was chairman of the 12th Annual National Congress of Freedom. (Who's Who in the South and Southwest 1963 - 1964) General Walker's lawyer, Clyde Watts, was a speaker at this event. (NOTP; April 7, 1963). J. A. Milteer was also in attendance. (Weisberg; Frame-Up; p481)

The point that Dr. Jerry Rose made in his Nut Country articles was that these meetings in the (Harry Augustus) Jung Hotel on 11/20 and 11/21 were meant to prepare some very high level right wing national leaders regarding how to respond to the fallout after the Assassination of JFK. They knew that the NSRP, the John Birch Society and the other Reich Wing orgs would be blamed and they wanted to make sure that all their bases were covered in advance of the murder. Rose said that the Louisiana State Police noted that a Senator from the South attended as well.

Who was this Harry A. Jung anyway? He started the AVIF in the 1920's American Vigilant Intelligence Federation, which gathered dossiers on anyone who opposed this Far Reich Wing group and their efforts at allowing the Third Reich to rise to power under Hitler. That's who. And ALL his employees at his Jung Hotel were pre-screened pro-Fascists and pro-Nazis in the 1960's so they could hold any meetings on any topic they wished knowing

that no waiter, bartender or chef would squeal about anything that happened there. What happened at the Jung Hotel stayed at the Jung Hotel.

AVIF was also founded by John B. Trevor, Sr. who worked with Wickliffe Draper on the American Coalition of Patriotic Societies and The Pioneer Fund.

Where else did John B. Trevor show up? When AVIF gave their dossiers to the McCarthyites, they all later ended up at the American Security

Council (ASC) which was the personification of the Military-Industrial Complex. Trevor was also on the board of one of the most infamous of Richard Condon's ManCand orgs "Ten Million Americans Mobilizing for Justice" which was called "Ten Million Americans Mobilizing for Tomorrow". It was a

Joseph McCarthy support org trying to keep him from being exposed as the piece of drunken garbage he really was.

Why do you people have such difficulty making these connections to The Pioneer Fund nexus of Nazis, Fascists and Reich Wing bastidges? They all worked together for decades to push for the Holocaust, for Hollywood Blacklisting, for McCarthyism, for expanding the Korean War into China, to put

Alger Hiss behind bars, to electrocute Sacco and Vanzetti, to throw Dr. Ossian Sweet out of a white Detroit neighborhood, to murder Medgar Evers, Jr., to bomb the 16th Street Baptist Church choir girls, to kill JFK, to expand the Viet Nam war, to kill Chaney, Schwerner and Goodman, and to repatriate blacks to Africa, the funding of the Mississippi Sovereignty Commission, etc.. And you still seem to have problems pinning them to even one single crime, let alone the major crimes of the 20th Century. Why? Why?

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It is quite certain that Boris Pash would have known both the person in these photos just uploaded as well as his close

friend Anastase Vonsiatsky since all 3 were White Russian Nationalists, and they were all involved with ROCOR

the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia and organizations like the OUN, the ABN and all had close ties to

either Gen. Douglas MacArthur (Boris Pash reported to MacArthur in 1946-47) or to Charles Willoughby who worked with

Spas T. Raikin and this guy on American Friends of Anti-Bolshevik Nations. This guy knew Spas T. Raikin personally and was head

of an organization which Raikin ran in the USA. The guy pictured was also in West Germany when Oswald passed through on

his way back to Hoboken, NJ from Rotterdam on the SS MAASDAM in June of 1962 to be met by Spas T. Raikin at the docks.

I think the mystery man in the Youngblood and LBJ photo looks EXACTLY like this character in the newly uploaded photos whom

I can place in the home of Anastase Vonsiatsky in the Fall of 1963 pictured with both of their wives. At that time, this guy had no

mustache (Pash did however), and wore almost identical eyeglasses, with a black or dark brown top rim and rounded lenses, (Pash

had no dark, thick top rim on his "wire-framed" glasses), with his tapered ears and his "attached" ear lobes as opposed to "free or floppy"

ear lobes, with the tapered, sharp angular or aquiline nose, (Pash's nose is rounded, bulbous and non-aquiline), and the piercing, penetrating

eyes. The chin, cheeks and other thin or gaunt facial features of this mystery man are closer to this character than to Pash's in my honest

opinion. Pash is anything but thin, gaunt and aquiline in appearance, being much closer to a full faced, full cheeked, rounded nose in

appearance with a rather distinctive flared ear look.

I am soliciting comments at this time, to see to what extent our resident photo experts can either confirm or deny these

very close parallels in appearance, given the fact that the mystery man's ears and ear lobes are distorted due to photo

imperfections.

Whaddya think? I am giving several photographic examples over several years to show him in both his thinner, younger days and

in his fuller, older days as well. If he did not have that hat on, it would have been a much easier identification.

No doubt Boris Pash could still have been involved with E. Howard Hunt and the Dallas shenanigans. I am just postulating

that the person in the mystery photo is more likely to be another suspect. And the fact that Boris Pash would have been easily

recognizable by many of LBJ's or Youngblood's associates as well as by members of the press corps, just makes it highly unlikely

that he would have ever shown his face at the hospital even if he were in Dallas that day. My candidate for the mystery man

had never before appeared in any US newspapers and was at the tail end of his first trip to the USA in his entire life as far as

I can determine. Several of his friends and associates over the years had been assassinated by the KGB or by the NKVD

because they were, like him, avowed anti-Communists, pro-Czarists and even pro-Nazis involved with pogroms against the

Jews in Poland and the Ukraine. This guy was later alleged to have been poisoned by the KGB near the peak of his popularity

when he was very active on the World Anti-Communist League with anti-Soviet and anti-Communist campaigns.

I regret having overlooked Boris Pash in my recent investigations, but then again, no one can possibly focus on all likely suspects.

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Bill,

Have you ever heard of a guy named Edwin Dolan, Boris Pash's bodyguard? If not, he's a most interesting guy.

Image below shows Pash on the left.

James

Or have you heard of Pash's subordinate, Col. Willard White, who was married to LBJ's sister Josefa for a number of years?

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Bill,

Have you ever heard of a guy named Edwin Dolan, Boris Pash's bodyguard? If not, he's a most interesting guy.

Image below shows Pash on the left.

James

Or have you heard of Pash's subordinate, Col. Willard White, who was married to LBJ's sister Josefa for a number of years?

Linda,

Yes, I have heard of Willard White.

A dinner party at he and Josefa's place would have been an interesting affair given that most likely one would have been using Hitler's silverware.

James

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Col. PASH was sent into Europe to stop the NAZI A-Bomb program in WWII. On the internet I found that PASH, post war, maintained an office at Oak Ridge. (HARVEY & LEE fans know that a LHO (Lee) signed a visitators register there(when Harvey was elsewhere)). From 1944 to 1952 Medford Byran Evans was the head trainer in Security at Oak Ridge. It is small assumption that PASH knew Evans. (Evan's son BTW knows the CIA Buckley family) PASH did so called WET ops against the scientists in Europe. Im sure there were imported NASI & European scientists who knew what PASH did and worked at Oak Ridge. ++ Hunt was left out in the cold. IMHO McCord let everyone be caught in the Break-in on purpose. Hunts statement about JJA and PASH (that JJA used PASH in assassinations) was a way of getting back/sending message to CIA (lay off me or I'll blow whole DALLAS THING !!). IMHO Evans was a deep penetration agent of the CIA into the far-right south. If so, JJA could have used him (Evans) as an asset. THANKS STEVE GAAL material below reproduced for research purposes only.Jerry P. Shinley Archive:

General Edwin Walker's New Orleans Links

General Walker's New Orleans Links

Author: jpshinley

Email: jpshinley@my-dejanews.com

Date: 1998/07/28

Jerry Rose, in an article entitled "Nut Country II", (The Third Decade; May, 1990; Volume 6, Number 4; pp 1-5) transcribes a document from the National Archives concerning the activities of Major General Edwin A. Walker in New Orleans on Nov 20, 1963. The Document is a report from the Louisiana State Police. Walker met privately with Perez at his office in the National American Bank Building and also meet with about 35 conservative leaders at the Jung Hotel. On the 21st, Walker held another meeting with 90 people.

It is possible that Walker's meeting was ostensibly connected with the Free Elector movement, which developed into a George Wallace for president campaign. It is certainly conceivable that Banister was one of the "conservative leaders" present at this meeting.

Perhaps this would be the logical point to introduce a mutual cquaintance of Banister and Walker: Medford Bryan Evans. The first item concerning Evans is his entry from "Contemporary Authors" (Volumes 25-28 (revised); Gale Research Co.; 1971-78). Evans was born in 1907 in Lufkin, Texas. He graduated from the University of Chattanooga in 1927 and took a Ph. D. from Yale in 1933. He taught at various colleges. From 1944 to 1952, Evans worked for the Atomic Energy Commission in Oak Ridge and Washington, D. C. His last position was as chief of security training. He worked for the H. L. Hunt-created Facts Forum Foundation in Dallas from 1954 to 1955. He lived in Natchitoches, Louisiana from 1955 to 1962, teaching at Northwestern State College from 1955 to 1959, and working as a "consultant" from 1959 to 1962. In 1962, he went to work as managing editor of "The Citizen", official publication of the Citizens' Councils of America in Jackson, Mississippi. Evans was also a member of the John Birch Society and a contributor to its publication, "American Opinion". (see also: McMillen, Neil R. "The Citizens' Council". Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1971) My understanding is that Evans died in the late Eighties. M. (Medford) Stanton Evans, a member of William F. Buckley's circle, is Evans' son.

In 1962, Evans appeared alongside General Walker at the Senate "Military Muzzling" Hearings organized by Strom Thurmond. (Military Cold War Education and Speech Review Policies; Hearings before the Special Preparedness Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, U. S. Senate, 87th Congress, 2nd Session, p 1389)

A review, by Evans, of three books related to the JFK assassination appeared in "American Opinion" for September, 1977. (pp 67-70). In the course of the review, Evans described Banister as "a friend of mine as it happens." (p69, 1st column, 1st paragraph)

An indication that Evans and Banister moved in the same circles in Louisiana is that in 1960 Evans was named as secretary of the Louisiana States Rights Party. Kent Courtney was the party's candidate for governor. David C. Treen, a New Orleans attorney was named chairman, replacing another N. O. lawyer, Felix Lapeyre. (NOTP; January 6, 1960; s1, p11) Kent Courtney was named by the HSCA as a Banister acquaintance. (HSCA; Vol X, 130)

General Walker should be asked about the purpose of his trip to N. O. just before the assassination. Was Banister present at the meetings? Did Walker have direct or indirect contact with Banister before this? Did he ever discuss Banister with Medford Evans? Was Banister interested in the Walker shooting? Did Walker discuss Banister with Evans after the assassination?

Since David C. Treen's name came up, here's a bit more. In 1960, Leander Perez seized the machinery of the Louisiana States' Rights Party in order to field a slate of Presidential electors in opposition to the Democratic Kennedy-Johnson ticket. David C. Treen, Willie Rainach, Emile A. Wagner and Perez himself were on the slate. (NOTP; September 19, 1960; s1, p3) The next year, Treen attacked the National States' Rights Party, after a "secret" meeting of a purported local branch. He insisted that the Louisiana Party was in no way connected to the national group, which was "a disgrace to the term 'states rights.'" (NOTP; June 3, 1961; s2, p3). A year later, after Treen left, the Louisiana States Rights Party would file suit in Federal Court against the NSRP. The suit sought to enjoin the NSRP from using the words "States' Rights Party" in Louisiana. The complaint was made that the NSRP has falsely claimed an affiliation with the Louisiana group. The NSRP newspaper, "The Thunderbolt", was referred to as "a reprehensible, abhorrent and despicable publication." (NOTP; September 12, 1962; s2, p4) Treen would switch to the Republican party and become a congressman, then governor of Louisiana. In 1966, he was a director of INCA. (NOTP; December 13, 1966; s4, p7) I believe Treen is still alive. He spoke out in opposition to David Duke in the last election. I'm not sure if he would be too thrilled to talk about the good old days with the segregationists.

Another Walker-New Orleans link is through George Soule, president of Soule Business College. In 1962, George Soule was "community chairman" of the New Orleans Indignation Committee. (NOTP; February 8, 1962; s2, p4) In January, Walker had addressed this group, via closed-circuit TV, at a meeting held at Soule College. (NOTP; January 4, 1962; s1, p14)

In 1963, Soule was chairman of the 12th Annual National Congress of Freedom. (Who's Who in the South and Southwest 1963 - 1964) General Walker's lawyer, Clyde Watts, was a speaker at this event. (NOTP; April 7, 1963). J. A. Milteer was also in attendance. (Weisberg; Frame-Up; p481)

Surmising what Walker, Perez and company were discussing at those 2 New Orleans meetings should not be all that difficult when you consider that...

1) The Congress of Freedom had just published a "hit list" of left-leaning congressmen, religious leaders, businessmen and writers at their most recent conference in the Spring of 1963

2) Joseph Milteer of the NSRP had just been recorded by Willie Somersett describing how JFK would be killed and stating that the plot was "sitting on go."

3) Walker himself had only escaped insurrection and murder charges for his roles at Ole Miss when psychiatrists at the Springfield, MO penitentiary decided he was stone cold nuts.

4) Senator J. Strom Thurmond, had recently been cited by Richard Condon in Manchurian Candidate as Senator Thomas Jordan using an anagram with almost identical letters.

5) Guy Banister started the Anti-Communist League of the Caribbean using Maurice Gatlin in an office building shared with the United Fruit Company which was involved with the

overthrow attempts against Jacobo Arbenz in Guatamala and Fidel Castro in Cuba.

6) William F. Buckley, Jr. learned from his father how to enlist help from the U.S. Army in keeping foreign rebels from expropriating U.S. Corporate oil interests in Mexico involving

Pantapec Oil. Buckley was also cited by Richard Condon in ManCand and Buckley's sister married Gerald O'Reilly from the H. Smith Richardson Foundation of MK/ULTRA fame.

Are there any doubts left whatsoever? Why is this apparently so difficult to comprehend?

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Thanks, Steve.

Have you, or any other forum member, ever come across information which details a relationship between Boris Pash and Sidney Gottlieb, and their association with the Health Alteration Committee? Pash allegedly ordered the assassination of Anthrax specialist Frank Olsen.

I remember reading somewhere that if William Harvey was 007, then Pash was 001.

James

James,

I've been doing some research along those lines. I think the link to Gottlieb travels right through Dr. Jose Rivera to H. Warner Kloepfer and then Ruth Paine and LHO. I'm still convinced that there's a Gottlieb/Rivera connection when I consider Adele Edison's account of events prior to Nov. 63. Rivera was in Gottlieb's employ.

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Thanks, Steve.

Have you, or any other forum member, ever come across information which details a relationship between Boris Pash and Sidney Gottlieb, and their association with the Health Alteration Committee? Pash allegedly ordered the assassination of Anthrax specialist Frank Olsen.

I remember reading somewhere that if William Harvey was 007, then Pash was 001.

James

James,

I've been doing some research along those lines. I think the link to Gottlieb travels right through Dr. Jose Rivera to H. Warner Kloepfer and then Ruth Paine and LHO. I'm still convinced that there's a Gottlieb/Rivera connection when I consider Adele Edison's account of events prior to Nov. 63. Rivera was in Gottlieb's employ.

Boy there is that guy Kloepfer again. He was a member of the American Eugenics Society from 1956 forward, and therefore very familiar with Wickliffe Draper and others within that sphere of influence. This implies that Elmore Greaves citations of Eugenicists and Draper cronies like Carleton S. Coon, R. Ruggles Gales, Carleton Putnam, Nathaniel Weyl, Wesley Critz George and others in The Blackamoor of Oxford p. 5 (Ole Miss) looms even larger than I had ever thought before this. Greaves started The White Citizens Councils and headed up the US delegation to WACL conferences right after Roger Pearson and just before Ray S. Cline's tenure there. Kloepfer and Greaves are just massively important to the understanding of the entire JFK plot and the role played by MKULTRA contributors like Dr. Hans J. Eysenck of Draper's Pioneer Fund. Could Eysenck have essentially highjacked the recipe for the creation of programmed assassins from MKULTRA and delivered it on a silver platter to Draper and his Pioneer Fund cronies? Of course he could have and that would include Kloepfer, too.

Hank, is the quote above attributed to you, or was it Chris Newton's?

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Col. PASH was sent into Europe to stop the NAZI A-Bomb program in WWII. On the internet I found that PASH, post war, maintained an office at Oak Ridge. (HARVEY & LEE fans know that a LHO (Lee) signed a visitators register there(when Harvey was elsewhere)). From 1944 to 1952 Medford Byran Evans was the head trainer in Security at Oak Ridge. It is small assumption that PASH knew Evans. (Evan's son BTW knows the CIA Buckley family) PASH did so called WET ops against the scientists in Europe. Im sure there were imported NASI & European scientists who knew what PASH did and worked at Oak Ridge. ++ Hunt was left out in the cold. IMHO McCord let everyone be caught in the Break-in on purpose. Hunts statement about JJA and PASH (that JJA used PASH in assassinations) was a way of getting back/sending message to CIA (lay off me or I'll blow whole DALLAS THING !!). IMHO Evans was a deep penetration agent of the CIA into the far-right south. If so, JJA could have used him (Evans) as an asset. THANKS STEVE GAAL material below reproduced for research purposes only.Jerry P. Shinley Archive:

General Edwin Walker's New Orleans Links

What we have here in the Shinley posting is essentially the entire hierarchy of the JFK Assn Cabal.... from Soup to Nuts. (via Right-Wing Nut Country)

Please note the the links to be described right back into over half of Condon's Dirty Dozen and most of the Mississippi Murderers as well. Medford Byran Evans not only lived in Jackson, Mississippi but he worked for Elmore Greaves, the Publisher, at The Citizens Council in Jackson, Mississippi as the Managing Editor of The Councillor. Medford Stanton Evans is listed in a book called Mississippi Authors as the author of a book which cites Col. Boris Pash extensively so of course they had to know each other quite well:

The Secret War for the A-Bomb

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Dirty Dozen #1 was Wickliffe Draper from The Pioneer Fund. William Regnery was a cotton millionaire and a Draper crony who started Henry Regnery Press and The America First Committee during World War II where Dirty Dozen #2 Rev. Gerald L K Smith was a member as well. Smith later

ran the Presidential Campaign of Dirty Dozen #3 member Gen. Douglas MacArthur as part of The America First Party in 1952

General Walker's New Orleans Links

Author: jpshinley

Email: jpshinley@my-dejanews.com

Date: 1998/07/28

Jerry Rose, in an article entitled "Nut Country II", (The Third Decade; May, 1990; Volume 6, Number 4; pp 1-5) transcribes a document from the National Archives concerning the activities of Major General Edwin A. Walker in New Orleans on Nov 20, 1963. The Document is a report from the Louisiana State Police. Walker met privately with Perez at his office in the National American Bank Building and also meet with about 35 conservative leaders at the Jung Hotel. On the 21st, Walker held another meeting with 90 people.

Harry Augustus Jung the owner of The Jung Hotel was yet another Draper crony who started The American Vigilant Intelligence Federation in

about the mid 1920's a forerunner of the American Security Council.

Dirty Dozen #4 is General Edwin A. Walker who was referenced by Condon using his home address of Turtle Creek Drive in Dallas.

It is possible that Walker's meeting was ostensibly connected with the Free Elector movement, which developed into a George Wallace for president campaign. It is certainly conceivable that Banister was one of the "conservative leaders" present at this meeting.

Perhaps this would be the logical point to introduce a mutual cquaintance of Banister and Walker: Medford Bryan Evans. The first item concerning Evans is his entry from "Contemporary Authors" (Volumes 25-28 (revised); Gale Research Co.; 1971-78). Evans was born in 1907 in Lufkin, Texas. He graduated from the University of Chattanooga in 1927 and took a Ph. D. from Yale in 1933. He taught at various colleges. From 1944 to 1952, Evans worked for the Atomic Energy Commission in Oak Ridge and Washington, D. C. His last position was as chief of security training. He worked for the H. L. Hunt-created Facts Forum Foundation in Dallas from 1954 to 1955. He lived in Natchitoches, Louisiana from 1955 to 1962, teaching at Northwestern State College from 1955 to 1959, and working as a "consultant" from 1959 to 1962. In 1962, he went to work as managing editor of "The Citizen", official publication of the Citizens' Councils of America in Jackson, Mississippi. Evans was also a member of the John Birch Society and a contributor to its publication, "American Opinion". (see also: McMillen, Neil R. "The Citizens' Council". Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1971) My understanding is that Evans died in the late Eighties. M. (Medford) Stanton Evans, a member of William F. Buckley's circle, is Evans' son.

Dirty Dozen #5 and #6 are Charles Willoughby and Robert Morris of The Dallas John Birch Society joining Walker in that distinction.

Dirty Dozen #7 of course is Bill Buckley cited as "...that fascinating young man who wrote about God and Man at Yale." Billy Buck himself.

See H. Smith Richardson Foundation, the sponsor of MKULTRA research that included Gerald O'Reilly the brother in law of Billy Buck.

In 1962, Evans appeared alongside General Walker at the Senate "Military Muzzling" Hearings organized by Strom Thurmond. (Military Cold War Education and Speech Review Policies; Hearings before the Special Preparedness Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, U. S. Senate, 87th Congress, 2nd Session, p 1389)

A review, by Evans, of three books related to the JFK assassination appeared in "American Opinion" for September, 1977. (pp 67-70). In the course of the review, Evans described Banister as "a friend of mine as it happens." (p69, 1st column, 1st paragraph)

Dirty Dozen #8 is Senator Thomas Jordan ...err I mean Senator J. Strom Thurmond who was in Man Cand by Condon.

Guy Banister of course was active on WACL with Elmore Greaves, Roger Pearson (both Pioneer Fund Draper cronies) and Ray S. Cline from the Pink

Palace in PingTung, Taiwan when Oswald was there with his Marine Corps pals getting his brain fried and molded.

An indication that Evans and Banister moved in the same circles in Louisiana is that in 1960 Evans was named as secretary of the Louisiana States Rights Party. Kent Courtney was the party's candidate for governor. David C. Treen, a New Orleans attorney was named chairman, replacing another N. O. lawyer, Felix Lapeyre. (NOTP; January 6, 1960; s1, p11) Kent Courtney was named by the HSCA as a Banister acquaintance. (HSCA; Vol X, 130)

General Walker should be asked about the purpose of his trip to N. O. just before the assassination. Was Banister present at the meetings? Did Walker have direct or indirect contact with Banister before this? Did he ever discuss Banister with Medford Evans? Was Banister interested in the Walker shooting? Did Walker discuss Banister with Evans after the assassination?

Dirty Dozen #9, a bit of a stretch is Brig Gen Bonner Fellers from Cairo, Egypt who sent Monty's troop movements through Jim Angleton in Rome

to Erwin Rommel in Northern Africa. Fellers launched For America and 10,000,000 Americans Mobilizing for Justice out of his 544 Camp St. HQ in

New Orleans which was incorporated by Maurice B. Gatlin. Fellers was in Cairo along with "Indiana Jones" and Draper crony plus Greaves' hero Carleton S. Coon and Amoss working for Gen. Hoyt Vandenberg.

Since David C. Treen's name came up, here's a bit more. In 1960, Leander Perez seized the machinery of the Louisiana States' Rights Party in order to field a slate of Presidential electors in opposition to the Democratic Kennedy-Johnson ticket. David C. Treen, Willie Rainach, Emile A. Wagner and Perez himself were on the slate. (NOTP; September 19, 1960; s1, p3) The next year, Treen attacked the National States' Rights Party, after a "secret" meeting of a purported local branch. He insisted that the Louisiana Party was in no way connected to the national group, which was "a disgrace to the term 'states rights.'" (NOTP; June 3, 1961; s2, p3). A year later, after Treen left, the Louisiana States Rights Party would file suit in Federal Court against the NSRP. The suit sought to enjoin the NSRP from using the words "States' Rights Party" in Louisiana. The complaint was made that the NSRP has falsely claimed an affiliation with the Louisiana group. The NSRP newspaper, "The Thunderbolt", was referred to as "a reprehensible, abhorrent and despicable publication." (NOTP; September 12, 1962; s2, p4) Treen would switch to the Republican party and become a congressman, then governor of Louisiana. In 1966, he was a director of INCA. (NOTP; December 13, 1966; s4, p7) I believe Treen is still alive. He spoke out in opposition to David Duke in the last election. I'm not sure if he would be too thrilled to talk about the good old days with the segregationists.

The INCA funders like Alton Ochsner, the Sterns from Radio Station OSDU, the Reily from The Riley Coffee Company and Patrick J. Frawley who hired Robert Morris to work for him at both Technicolor and Schick all were involved with building the Oswald Legend along with Guy Banister. Add David Treen to that list, too.

Another Walker-New Orleans link is through George Soule, president of Soule Business College. In 1962, George Soule was "community chairman" of the New Orleans Indignation Committee. (NOTP; February 8, 1962; s2, p4) In January, Walker had addressed this group, via closed-circuit TV, at a meeting held at Soule College. (NOTP; January 4, 1962; s1, p14)

In 1963, Soule was chairman of the 12th Annual National Congress of Freedom. (Who's Who in the South and Southwest 1963 - 1964) General Walker's lawyer, Clyde Watts, was a speaker at this event. (NOTP; April 7, 1963). J. A. Milteer was also in attendance. (Weisberg; Frame-Up; p481)

Also appearing at various Indignation Committee meetings across the country was Dirty Dozen #10 Dr. Revilo P. Oliver.

Walker's other lawyer was of course Robert J. Morris cited earlier here.

So we have Ten of Condon's Dirty Dozen in just one posting from Jerry Shinley and now Medford Evans is yet another Mississippi Murderer

very closely affiliated with Elmore Greaves at The Councillor and Wickliffe Draper at The Pioneer Fund.

Who was it that once said: "Wickliffe Draper had absolutely nothing to do with the JFK murder?" Hmmmm..... his absence and his lack of relevance here is duly noted.

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The website FFiDP-2. or Familar Faces in Dealey Plaza 2, has an update (as of June 18, 2009) on the photo of LBJ leaving Parkland Hospital with an unknown man, originally suggested to be Boris Pash:

http://www.manuscriptservice.com/FFiDP-2/

- Steve

I sent in the photo of Yaroslaw Stetsko myself. Either way, I am now convinced that BOTH Boris Pash AND Yaroslaw Stetsko were involved

in the elimination of JFK. The eyeglasses worn by the man near LBJ match those worn by Stetsko much more closely than the pair seen on Pash

in both the 1940's and the 1960's but that still does not exonerate Pash from inclusion in the events in Dealey or at Parkland.

The fact that Medford Evans worked with Pash at The Atomic Energy Commission and with Draper crony Elmore Greaves at The Councillor of The Citizens

Council in Jackson, Mississippi and that Evans son was involved with the Buckley Circle of Evil at the H. Smith Richardson Foundation just cements Pash's

likely role in the events in Dallas.

The role of these Ghosts of Mississippi like Greaves, Evans, Draper, Eastland and Touchstone in covert political events in the 1960's was much more massive than I had ever predicted. When you combine a Yale or Harvard education with a Mississippi racists mentality the result is sheer havoc, violence and retribution beyond your wildest imaginings.

And this factual tidbit is going to throw previous characterizations of Medford B. Evans, of The John Birch Society, into a cocked hat but Ernie Lazar has received over 500,000 pages of documents via FOIA about right wing extremists, especially The John Birch Society, and he has accumulated evidence that both the FBI and the CIA made it perfectly clear that they NEVER would have permitted one of their employees to become members of The John Birch Society nor rise to the level of high ranking officers within that organization. He has copies of various memos to that effect in his extensive collections. Just look at the group of psychos and wackos who were on the speaker's podiums during those days: Dr. Revilo P. Oliver, ("I had a beatific vision last night. I woke up after dreaming that all Jews had been vaporized"), Robert Morris who could have used a lobotomy according to Richard Condon in ManCand, Charles A. Willoughby, who was MacArthur's "Little Fascist", and that entire coterie in the Birch Society who believed that "Flouridation of your water supply is a Communist Plot" or that "There are over 100,000 Communist Chinese soldiers training right now in the swamps of Georgia to take over the USA".

So the concept of Medford B. Evans being a deep penetration agent of the Central Intelligence Agency is patently absurd on its face. Almost as preposterous as picturing David Ferrie or Clay Shaw as CIA agents. "OK you are both hired, but you have to stop the cross-dressing, the wild costume parties, and drop the makeup habits, someone just might blackmail you if they ever found out about your secret lives. And no more marching in the Mardi Gras Parades in New Orleans. We don't care if you get voted in as Queen of The Mardi Gras either."

Medford B. Evans was a total Mississippi racist, he was Managing Editor of The Councillor the house organ of The Citizens Councils and lived in Jackson, MS

near Elmore Greaves, owner of The Councillor, who along with Wickliffe Draper was considered one of the biggest scientific racists who ever lived. Greaves and Evans were close to the likes of Nathaniel Weyl, Carleton S. Coon, R. Ruggles Gates, Prof. Wesley Critz and Carleton Putnam all of whom were in The Funding of Scientific Racism by William Tucker from Rutgers. Greaves even thought that Senator James Eastland was useful but a little too "liberal" on the race issues for his liking. Imagine that? Eastland, who helped to build Oswald's Legend at SISS along with Guy Banister, too liberal for Greaves? Amazing.

Can anyone here name a SINGLE PERSON involved with building Oswald's Legend who was actually in the ONI, the DIA, DISC, NSA or the CIA? Only Guy Banister who was drummed out of the FBI and lost a job in the Monroe, LA police dept. because of his wild temper and erratic behavior and Wickliffe Draper, a Lt. Col. in Army working on Intelligence related projects, had a previous US Gov intelligence background among those who built Oswald's Legend. And there were exactly ZERO active members of Intelligence Agencies involved with building Oswald's Legend. Zero, Zilch, Zip, Nada, None, Nunca. So wrong for so long. What a shame.

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