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I ran across this rather long, but excellent PDF file by an investigative reporter named Philip Coppens. I did a search on here for his name, and came up empty, so I thought I'd post it. It's a long read, but worth it IMHO.

http://www.philipcoppens.com/tina_letter.pdf (It would probably be best to download it and read it offline. it's a rather large .pdf file, around 269 pages or 1.9M, so be warned).

Philip's Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Coppens

Philip's home page: http://www.philipcoppens.com/tina_letter.pdf

JWK

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I ran across this rather long, but excellent PDF file by an investigative reporter named Philip Coppens. I did a search on here for his name, and came up empty, so I thought I'd post it. It's a long read, but worth it IMHO.

http://www.philipcoppens.com/tina_letter.pdf (It would probably be best to download it and read it offline. it's a rather large .pdf file, around 269 pages or 1.9M, so be warned).

Philip's Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Coppens

Philip's home page: http://www.philipcoppens.com/tina_letter.pdf

JWK

I've just read some of it near the end, and it looks like it's worthy of a bump.

--Tommy

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I ran across this rather long, but excellent PDF file by an investigative reporter named Philip Coppens. I did a search on here for his name, and came up empty, so I thought I'd post it. It's a long read, but worth it IMHO.

http://www.philipcop...tina_letter.pdf (It would probably be best to download it and read it offline. it's a rather large .pdf file, around 269 pages or 1.9M, so be warned).

Philip's Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia..../Philip_Coppens

Philip's home page: http://www.philipcop...tina_letter.pdf

JWK

I've just read some of it near the end, and it looks like it's worthy of a bump.

--Tommy

Yea, its not bad, a summary of much of the un-investigated leads in the assassination and its proper context.

BK

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I ran across this rather long, but excellent PDF file by an investigative reporter named Philip Coppens. I did a search on here for his name, and came up empty, so I thought I'd post it. It's a long read, but worth it IMHO.

http://www.philipcop...tina_letter.pdf (It would probably be best to download it and read it offline. it's a rather large .pdf file, around 269 pages or 1.9M, so be warned).

Philip's Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia..../Philip_Coppens

Philip's home page: http://www.philipcop...tina_letter.pdf

JWK

I've just read some of it near the end, and it looks like it's worthy of a bump.

--Tommy

Yea, its not bad, a summary of much of the un-investigated leads in the assassination and its proper context.

BK

I swear there is such a thing as synchronicity, I was researching some Dallas related stuff yesterday, and there was a reference to something in it, [Coppens book]

so I downloaded it......

From what I can tell there is some info in the book unavailable elsewhere,

Example:

The section on Clay Shaw, mentions Shaw's claim to OSS service and his link to Winston Churchill, "Shaw besides stating that he had been in the OSS, acting as a liason to Winston Churchill......." Coppens went on to write that Clay Shaw had been introduced to Churchill by Sir Michael Duff,"

that was a new one on me.....

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