John Dolva Posted January 20, 2006 Share Posted January 20, 2006 (edited) An alternative way of funding an assassination. I understand that generally it is considered that the way that the assassination was financed was through wealthy sponsors. While looking for Day* in the hundreds of Sovereignty Commission files I came across a group of pages all relating to a number of donations and asset sales that in two weeks in september 1963 indicates a fund raising op that netted $103,095.07 (Yhis includes an asset sale on 13 september grossing $97,323.09, for a 'special fund'. It occurs to me that the assassination COULD be quite a small operation involving financial support but not involvement and organisation, execution by a small number of relatively quite ordinary people, using existing channels open to these people through associations like the MSC and so on. IOW perhaps no need for Hughes, Rockefellers, or LBJ's...? Small donations organised by various financiers raises $6,000 + in a couple of weeks. One of these donations comes from a J. E. Day through the Mississippi Bankers Association... Morgan Guaranty Trust Corporation handled the sale of various shares in NY... http://www.wealth4freedom.com/truth/3/skullandbones.htm "prominent Bonesmen are Henry Luce('20), Time-Life; John Thomas Daniels('??), founder Archer Daniels Midland; Gifford Pinchot('89), President Theodore Roosevelt's chief forester; Frederick E.Weyerhaeuser('96); Harold Stanley('08), founder Morgan Stanley, investment banker; Alfred Cowles('13), Cowles Communication, Henry P. Davison('20), senior partner Morgan Guaranty Trust; Thomas Cochran('04) Morgan partner" * http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.ph...indpost&p=51754 ??? Edited January 20, 2006 by John Dolva Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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