Michael Hogan Posted August 16, 2006 Share Posted August 16, 2006 On August 13, discussing the Zapruder film, Paul Rigby posted: The really startling meaning of Weisberg’s passage is much more interesting: He was part of the cover-up. Only a witting servant of the CIA could conceivably have written: “It would have been better had Life been able to buy all the films exposed at Dealey Plaza that day…” (Whitewash II: The FBI-Secret Service Cover-up, NY: Dell, May 1967, pp.217/8). In the same thread Rigby also wrote: Now how did Weisberg, this highly intelligent man with war-time experience in the OSS, deal with this (Zapruder's) testimony? Did he deal with it competently and honestly? Not a bit of it. Instead, he sought to assist the Warren Report liars........ And: Of course, we don’t have to rely on my interpretation of Zapruder’s word alone, though you wouldn’t know it from Weisberg, who’s as anxious to suppress the confirmatory detail to follow as any Warren Commission shyster. (A challenge: name one newspaper article on the Zapruder film from the period November –December 1963 instanced by Weisberg. Some of us seek a free flow of information, while Weisy...?) Is there a Forum member that agrees with Paul Rigby that Harold Weisberg was a witting servant of the CIA? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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