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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT

MEMORANDUM

TO: DIRECTOR, FBI (2-1622)

FROM: SAC, DENVER (105-3415) (RUC)

SUBJECT: ROLANDO ARCADIO MASFERRER ROJAS

IS - HAITI - CUBA

RA - HAITI - CUBA

NM

Re New York airtel dated 12/7/66.

Enclosed herewith for the Bureau are 11 copies, for New York 4 copies, and for Miami 2 copies, of letterhead memorandum setting forth information concerning ROBERT KENNETH BROWN, who, no doubt, is identical with Captain BOB BROWN, Boulder, Colorado, mentioned in New York letterhead memorandum dated 12/7/66

2-Bureau (Enc.??

4-New York (Enc. 4) (RM)

(1 - 105-6797 ST. GEORGE)

(1 - 105-69212 FATHER GEORGES)

(1 - 105-83509 SERRANO)

(1 - 105-38120)

1-Miami (Info) (RM)

(Enc. 2) - (1-U.S. Customs, Miami)

2 Denver (PARAGRAPH DELETED)

omb

(9)

(PARAGRAPH DELETED)

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

DENVER COLORADO

JANUARY 3, 1967

ROLANDO ARCADIO MASFERRER ROJAS

INTERNAL SECURITY - HAITI - CUBA

REGISTRATION ACT - HAITI - CUBA

NEUTRALITY MATTERS

--------------------------------

Re: Roberto Kenneth Brown

Boulder, Colorado

(SENTENCE DELETED) advised on December 23, 1966, that Robert Kenneth Brown is editor and publisher of Panther Publications, Boulder, Colorado. Brown publishes books and pamphlets on guerrilla warfare. (SENTENCE DELETED)

On December 1, 1964, Robert Kenneth Brown advised a Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation that he was helping the Cuban refugees in any way he could, but wholly within the laws of the United States and of the various States.

(SENTENCE DELETED) advised that Robert K. Brown, free lance newspaperman from Colorado, was in Miami, Florida. (SENTENCED DELETED) Brown reportedly had translated a book from English to Spanish entitled "150 Questions for a Guerrilla." (SENTENCE DELETED) Brown had been in contact with anti-Castro Cubans in exile in the United States.

The "Colorado Daily," a Boulder, Colorado, daily newspaper, issue of May 10, 1963, contains an article concerning Robert Kenneth Brown which identified as working for a Master's Degree at the University of Colorado on his thesis on the "Communist Infiltration of the Cuban Labor Movement." The article reported that Brown ran the only publishing firm in the country specializing in books on guerrilla warfare.

On November 28, 1963, (WORDS DELETED) Brown was a captain in the United States Army Reserve.

This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It is the property of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and is loaned to your agency; it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency.

_________________

Robert K. Brown - CNP 1988; also according to attendance to CNP Board of Governors meeting, List of Member Participants Dallas, Texas, August 17-18, 1984, and financial contributions to CNP for at least four years. 19.; he is founder/editor/publisher of Soldier of Fortune magazine (SOF) 20 , a mercenary magazine; president, Omega Group Ltd, parent group of SOF; former special agent, Counter Intelligence Corps; Special Forces "A" Team leader;

Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.); Special Forces Team Leader (Viet Nam); OIC Advanced Marksmanship Unit XVIII Corps; Graduate Command and General Staff College; Military Parachutist (wings from U.S., El Salvador, Guatemala, Israel, Peru, Taiwan, Thailand; smuggled from Afghanistan 5,000 rounds 5.45mm Com Bloc ammo to U.S. Government (first test sample in U.S.). Director/member of Executive Committee for two years, past member of Public Affairs and Finance Committees. Currently member of Legislative Policy, Grassroots Development, Publications Policies, Action Shooting and Range Development Committees. Has supported and funded pro-gun candidates for state legislatures, House of Representatives and U.S. Senate; combat correspondent and investigative journalist. 21

Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman, Sept. 22, 1999 issued a proclamation declaring that day to be "Soldier of Fortune Day" and "Lt. Col. Robert K. Brown Day" in honor of Soldier of Fortune magazine, its 20th annual convention in Las Vegas, and its founder and publisher."

Brown was Vice Chair on the Nominating Committee of the National Rifle Association (NRA)22.

In addition to publishing Soldier of Fortune, the Omega Group publishes two other gun magazines: Guns & Action and Combat Weapons.(1)...Calling themselves "action journalists," many of SOF's reporters have come under fire for participating in the training of counterrevolutionary groups in El Salvador and Nicaragua. SOF claims to have sent over a dozen training teams to El Salvador in the early 1980's to train government troops in sniping, anti-guerrilla urban warfare, explosives and weapons maintenance.(10,11) The magazine's "Expanded Central America Edition" (Sept. 1983), which coincided with the group's training trip to El Salvador, showed a picture of a Salvadoran soldier and two members of the magazine's group crouching around the bodies of two dead guerrillas. Robert J. McCartney, author of an article about SOF, claims that "The picture clearly resembled photographs that hunters take after they have bagged a deer."(11)" 23

According to Bellant's article in Covert Action, Soldier of Fortune has regularly praised pro-Nazi individuals and groups, and promotes the sale of Nazi regalia. SOF started in 1975 in sympathy with the racist regime of Rhodesia. In recent years, SOF staff have trained Salvadoran military units in urban warfare. 24.

"In February 1985, former Justice Department attorney John Loftus sent Congress a report detailing his suspicions that [William] Casey and [John K.] Singlaub [CNP], using the World Anti-Communist League, had resurrected an old private conduit system for laundering money to "freedom fighters." The old conduit was Crusade for Freedom, a public charity established by retired General Lucius Clay that provided "private" support for the National Committee for a Free Europe (now Radio Free Europe) and the American Committee for Liberation (now Radio Liberty). The Two committees-home to Nazis and Nazi collaborators who, as Loftus noted, migrated to WACL--were secretly laundering government money to Eastern Europe insurgents at the direction of the NSC and the State Department's clandestine Office of Policy Coordination..."close to 20 privately incorporated U.S. groups have reportedly sent...aid...to Nicaraguan refugees in Honduras and to the contras themselves...[The] driving forces behind the major groups are a small group of about a half a dozen men, most of whom have military or paramilitary experience...The contra auxiliary includes the World Anti-Communist League and it's U.S. Council for World Freedom, the American Security Council, Council for Inter-American Security and Western Goals [defunct spy group of John Birch Society] ..."

http://www.seekgod.ca/cnp.br.htm#rbrown

http://www.namebase.org/main4/Robert-Kenneth-Brown.html

http://www.cuban-exile.com/doc_101-125/doc0108.html

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The following is an excerpt of a 15 Page document available from the National

Archives under RIF #180-10078-10023. (David Boylan)

Hi Dave,

A couple of things in regard to that document.

At the time of the assassination, Morris Tannehill lived at 2534 Falls Drive, Dallas.

Also Jack Eugene Ramsey wasn't found hanging in a room; he was shot to death. His body was found in front of the Holiday Lodge with bullet wounds to the chest and abdomen. The murder weapon was found near the scene and the strange part is that the revolver belonged to Ramsey.

FWIW.

James

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From: Newton, Michael & Judy Ann. The Ku Klux Klan: An Encyclopedia. New York: Garland Publishing, Inc. 1991

[Entry; p. #]

"Brown, Robert Kenneth"; p. 77

"An army captain stationed at Ft. Benning, Georgia, in December 1963 Brown told FBI agents that he had been active in anti-Castro activities for several years. His activities included visits to National States Rights Party headquarters in Los Angeles, where members discussed the need to eliminate '[President] Kennedy, the Cabinet, all the members of the Americans for Democratic Action and maybe 10,000 other people.' Brown's statements were revealed during the probe of President John F. Kennedy's death." [90]

[90] Turner, William W. Power on the Right. Berkeley, Calif.: Ramparts Press, 1971.

"Drennan, Dr. Stanley L."; p. 170

"Identified as a leader of the National States Rights Party in North Hollywood, California, in the 1960s, Drennan was active with army Captain Robert Brown and others in covert campaigns against Fidel Castro. According to FBI reports filed in

December 1963, Drennan once told Brown that 'what the organization needed was a group of young men to get rid of [President John F.] Kennedy, the Cabinet, and all the members of the Americans for Democratic Action, and maybe ten thousand other people.' According to the FBI, Brown 'gained the impression that Drennan may have been propositioning him on this matter.' Possible connections between the National States Rights Party and Kennedy's assassination were not pursued by the Warren Commission...." [90]

[90] Turner, William W. Power on the Right. Berkeley, Calif.: Ramparts Press, 1971.

"Helm, Jack"; p. 263

"Appointed as grand klaliff for the Louisiana realm, United Klans of America, in 1965, Helm replaced James Edwards as grand dragon early the following year. His reign was short-lived, and internal dissension led him to resign in March 1967.... On February 23, 1967, a few days before making his break with the United Klans, Helm and Klansman Jules Kimble reportedly visited the New Orleans apartment of Kennedy assassination suspect David Ferrie. (Ferrie, an associate of Lee Harvey Oswald and New Orleans Mafia boss Carlos Marcello, had died the previous day, from a 'stroke.') According to Kimble, Helm removed a valise filled with documents from Ferrie's apartment, and took them to a local bank, where they

were stored in a safe deposit box. The documents in question were never retrieved." [21; 38]

[21] Flammonde, Paris. The Kennedy Conspiracy. New York: Meredith Press, 1969

[38] House Committee on Un-American Activities. The Present-Day Ku Klux Klan Movement. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1967.

"Kimble, Jules Ricco"; p. 316

"An admitted Klansman in New Orleans, Kimble was also a key witness for District Attorney Jim Garrison's 1967 probe of the John Kennedy assassination. Kimble testified that he drove Jack Helm --- former Louisiana grand dragon for the United

Klans of America and later chief of his own Universal Klans --- to the home of Minuteman and assassination suspect David Ferrie on the day after Ferrie's death, watching Helm remove a valise filled with papers that were taken to a bank safe

deposit box. Kimble also claimed to have flown errands for the Minutemen to Montreal, Canada, working occasionally under contract for the CIA. The witness vanished briefly after giving Garrison his statement, and was traced by investigators to Atlanta and Montreal before his ultimate arrest as a material witness in Tampa, Florida. By that time, Canadian newsmen were speculating on a possible New Orleans link between Kimble and James Earl Ray in the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In 1978, a congressional committee probing both assassinations confirmed Kimble's 'extensive criminal record" and Klan connections, but no link with the King assassination was established. The committee did not address Kimble's allegations concerning Ferrie and Helm." [21; 39]

[21] Flammonde, Paris. The Kennedy Conspiracy. New York: Meredith Press, 1969

[39] House Select Committee on Assassinations. The Final Assassinations Report. New York: Bantam, 1979.

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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT

MEMORANDUM

TO: DIRECTOR, FBI (2-1622)

FROM: SAC, DENVER (105-3415) (RUC)

SUBJECT: ROLANDO ARCADIO MASFERRER ROJAS

IS - HAITI - CUBA

RA - HAITI - CUBA

NM

Re New York airtel dated 12/7/66.

Enclosed herewith for the Bureau are 11 copies, for New York 4 copies, and for Miami 2 copies, of letterhead memorandum setting forth information concerning ROBERT KENNETH BROWN, who, no doubt, is identical with Captain BOB BROWN, Boulder, Colorado, mentioned in New York letterhead memorandum dated 12/7/66

2-Bureau (Enc.??

4-New York (Enc. 4) (RM)

(1 - 105-6797 ST. GEORGE)

(1 - 105-69212 FATHER GEORGES)

(1 - 105-83509 SERRANO)

(1 - 105-38120)

1-Miami (Info) (RM)

(Enc. 2) - (1-U.S. Customs, Miami)

2 Denver (PARAGRAPH DELETED)

omb

(9)

(PARAGRAPH DELETED)

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

DENVER COLORADO

JANUARY 3, 1967

ROLANDO ARCADIO MASFERRER ROJAS

INTERNAL SECURITY - HAITI - CUBA

REGISTRATION ACT - HAITI - CUBA

NEUTRALITY MATTERS

--------------------------------

Re: Roberto Kenneth Brown

Boulder, Colorado

(SENTENCE DELETED) advised on December 23, 1966, that Robert Kenneth Brown is editor and publisher of Panther Publications, Boulder, Colorado. Brown publishes books and pamphlets on guerrilla warfare. (SENTENCE DELETED)

On December 1, 1964, Robert Kenneth Brown advised a Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation that he was helping the Cuban refugees in any way he could, but wholly within the laws of the United States and of the various States.

(SENTENCE DELETED) advised that Robert K. Brown, free lance newspaperman from Colorado, was in Miami, Florida. (SENTENCED DELETED) Brown reportedly had translated a book from English to Spanish entitled "150 Questions for a Guerrilla." (SENTENCE DELETED) Brown had been in contact with anti-Castro Cubans in exile in the United States.

The "Colorado Daily," a Boulder, Colorado, daily newspaper, issue of May 10, 1963, contains an article concerning Robert Kenneth Brown which identified as working for a Master's Degree at the University of Colorado on his thesis on the "Communist Infiltration of the Cuban Labor Movement." The article reported that Brown ran the only publishing firm in the country specializing in books on guerrilla warfare.

On November 28, 1963, (WORDS DELETED) Brown was a captain in the United States Army Reserve.

This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It is the property of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and is loaned to your agency; it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency.

_________________

Robert K. Brown - CNP 1988; also according to attendance to CNP Board of Governors meeting, List of Member Participants Dallas, Texas, August 17-18, 1984, and financial contributions to CNP for at least four years. 19.; he is founder/editor/publisher of Soldier of Fortune magazine (SOF) 20 , a mercenary magazine; president, Omega Group Ltd, parent group of SOF; former special agent, Counter Intelligence Corps; Special Forces "A" Team leader;

Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.); Special Forces Team Leader (Viet Nam); OIC Advanced Marksmanship Unit XVIII Corps; Graduate Command and General Staff College; Military Parachutist (wings from U.S., El Salvador, Guatemala, Israel, Peru, Taiwan, Thailand; smuggled from Afghanistan 5,000 rounds 5.45mm Com Bloc ammo to U.S. Government (first test sample in U.S.). Director/member of Executive Committee for two years, past member of Public Affairs and Finance Committees. Currently member of Legislative Policy, Grassroots Development, Publications Policies, Action Shooting and Range Development Committees. Has supported and funded pro-gun candidates for state legislatures, House of Representatives and U.S. Senate; combat correspondent and investigative journalist. 21

Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman, Sept. 22, 1999 issued a proclamation declaring that day to be "Soldier of Fortune Day" and "Lt. Col. Robert K. Brown Day" in honor of Soldier of Fortune magazine, its 20th annual convention in Las Vegas, and its founder and publisher."

Brown was Vice Chair on the Nominating Committee of the National Rifle Association (NRA)22.

In addition to publishing Soldier of Fortune, the Omega Group publishes two other gun magazines: Guns & Action and Combat Weapons.(1)...Calling themselves "action journalists," many of SOF's reporters have come under fire for participating in the training of counterrevolutionary groups in El Salvador and Nicaragua. SOF claims to have sent over a dozen training teams to El Salvador in the early 1980's to train government troops in sniping, anti-guerrilla urban warfare, explosives and weapons maintenance.(10,11) The magazine's "Expanded Central America Edition" (Sept. 1983), which coincided with the group's training trip to El Salvador, showed a picture of a Salvadoran soldier and two members of the magazine's group crouching around the bodies of two dead guerrillas. Robert J. McCartney, author of an article about SOF, claims that "The picture clearly resembled photographs that hunters take after they have bagged a deer."(11)" 23

According to Bellant's article in Covert Action, Soldier of Fortune has regularly praised pro-Nazi individuals and groups, and promotes the sale of Nazi regalia. SOF started in 1975 in sympathy with the racist regime of Rhodesia. In recent years, SOF staff have trained Salvadoran military units in urban warfare. 24.

"In February 1985, former Justice Department attorney John Loftus sent Congress a report detailing his suspicions that [William] Casey and [John K.] Singlaub [CNP], using the World Anti-Communist League, had resurrected an old private conduit system for laundering money to "freedom fighters." The old conduit was Crusade for Freedom, a public charity established by retired General Lucius Clay that provided "private" support for the National Committee for a Free Europe (now Radio Free Europe) and the American Committee for Liberation (now Radio Liberty). The Two committees-home to Nazis and Nazi collaborators who, as Loftus noted, migrated to WACL--were secretly laundering government money to Eastern Europe insurgents at the direction of the NSC and the State Department's clandestine Office of Policy Coordination..."close to 20 privately incorporated U.S. groups have reportedly sent...aid...to Nicaraguan refugees in Honduras and to the contras themselves...[The] driving forces behind the major groups are a small group of about a half a dozen men, most of whom have military or paramilitary experience...The contra auxiliary includes the World Anti-Communist League and it's U.S. Council for World Freedom, the American Security Council, Council for Inter-American Security and Western Goals [defunct spy group of John Birch Society] ..."

http://www.seekgod.ca/cnp.br.htm#rbrown

http://www.namebase.org/main4/Robert-Kenneth-Brown.html

http://www.cuban-exile.com/doc_101-125/doc0108.html

http://rightweb.irc-online.org/groupwatch/wacl.php

WACL is an international, anticommunist, mercenary group available to rightwing governments around the world to assist in carrying out "extra-legal" activities. Since its inception it has been closely linked to the governments of South Korea and Taiwan. Fred Clarkson contends that "the Moon organization is an integral part of WACL, which in turn has played a pivotal role in the development and activities of the Unification Church."(41) Jonathan Marshall, Peter Dale Scott, and Jane Hunter in their book The Iran-Contra Connection state that WACL has played a role in the drug-funded secret war of the CIA which began in the 1950s in the Far East, was active in Vietnam and now in Latin America."A leading institution in this historic continuity has been the drug-linked WACL, which between 1984 and 1986 was the principal publicly identified source of funding for the contras."(59)

To quote from Inside the League,"As long as it serves such important purposes for so many notorious groups around the world, and as long as there are men and women who will wail about the influx of 'criminal elements' but turn around and quietly work with those elements, there will be a World AntiCommunist League.

In 1980 John Singlaub went to Australia to speak to the Asian branch of WACL. (46) Shortly thereafter he was approached to begin a new U.S. chapter of the organization. The U.S. Council for World Freedom (USCWF) was started by the retired General in 1981 with a loan from WACL in Taiwan and local funding from beer magnate, Joseph Coors. (28,35) USCWF has been the most active chapter of WACL of this decade, with the action picking up tremendously in 1984 with the cessation of offficial U.S. government funding to the contras. Singlaub was selected by the White House in 1984 to be the chief private fundraiser for the contras. The key private funders were to be wealthy business people, Taiwan, South Korea, and "an anti-communist organization with close ties to those governments."(9) Other major contributions came from Guatemala and Argentina, countries where Singlaub had strong WACL connections. In his position as chief private fundraiser for the contras Singlaub reported directly to Colonel Oliver North of the National Security Council. (59) It is highly likely that Singlaub's USCWF/WACL high-profile,"private" contra fundraising may have served as a cover for North's illegal government-sponsored supply network.

In his deposition at the Iran-Contra hearings, Singlaub's claims that he raised $10 million in contra aid were questioned. In 1985, for example, when claims of millions of dollars in aid raised from private sources were reported frequently by the media, the USWCF financial statement reported income of $280,798. (46) In the previous year, reported income was just over $41,000. (47) Singlaub responded that a good deal of the aid was "in-kind" and that the dollar values were somewhat uncertain. He also claimed that his statements had been exaggerated by the press. (46)

What Singlaub has done as a private citizen and what he has done in the name of USCWF and WACL is unclear. However, WACL paid for the services of the public relations firm of Carter Clews Communications to improve Singlaub's public image in order to enhance his fundraising efforts. (46)

The USCWF and Soldier of Fortune established a private training academy for Salvadoran police forces and Nicaraguan contras. Located in Boulder, Colorado, the Institute for Regional and International Studies was headed by Alexander McColl, the military affairs editor of Soldier of Fortune Magazine. (11) Robert Brown of Soldier of Fortune invested $500,000 in Freedom Marine. In December 1985 Freedom Marine sold three "stealth boats" to USCWF for $125,000. The hulls of the boats had been reinforced for machine gun mounts. In Honduras the coastal resupply system for rebels inside Nicaragua utilized three "stealth boats."(7) Bruce Jones, former CIA liaison to the contras in Costa Rica, worked for USCWF in Tucson. (11)

[90] Turner, William W. Power on the Right. Berkeley, Calif.: Ramparts Press, 1971.

Former President Ronald Reagan's message to the 1985 WACL convention in Dallas was,"I commend you all for your part in this nobel cause. Our combined efforts are moving the tide of history toward world freedom. We must persevere and never falter. I send you all who help in your crusade for liberty my best wishes. God bless you."(30)

President George Bush sent a message of support to the 1989 WACL conference held in Brisbane, Australia. (55)

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Commission Document 304 - FBI Letter from Director 25 pages dated 23 Jan 1964...ATLANTA re: Christian Buyers League Transcript of Record Narrarated by Herbert R. (Walley) Butterworth

page 2,

33 1/3 rpm phonograph record which was issued and distributed by the

Defensive League of Registered Americans, Inc., (DLRA).......

“Partusian” as mentioned on page 9 of this transcript probably refers to Abraham Zapruder

a transcript of both sides of the record is attached.

page 23,

Defensive League of Registered Americans, Inc., formerly known as Protective League of Registered Americans

also known as Christian Voters and Buyers League

_________________________________________

A source advised in March 1962, that HERBERT WALLACE BUTTERWORTH.....

Ku Klux Klan........The first source advised in February, 1963, that (DLRA) continues to distribute anti-Jewish and anti-Negro phonograph records

featuring the voice of HERBERT WALLACE BUTTERWORTH who is a former radio announcer.

Robert: See google books

In My Father's House: Lessons Learned in the Home of a Civil ...

books.google.com

Bob Shands - 2006 - 219 pages

In addition to his own National Knights, he had his Defensive League of

Registered Americans, Inc., his Committee of One Million Caucasians to March

on Washington, and his anti-Semitic boycotters, the Christian Voters and Buyers

League.

also see document

Agency Series: X-57

Title: Proceedings of Constitution Party Meeting

Date 00/00/63

Topics: BARBARA BUTTERWORTH

https://www.maryferr...absPageId=70195

Robert: Get ready for some really serious Jewish, African-American, liberal hating.....They would fit in with the right wing real good, even in 2013; which is really sad.

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Thanks for that David. The whole idea for re-upping this thread was mainly that I felt some good stuff was on here that shouldn't be forgotten. Also the material I've posted are [regarding Herbert Butterworth] was new for me, and I do believe that there is a right-wing element critical to the assassination, that has thus-far not been fully resolved.

People who know me realize that to my detriment, but to my determination of "what really happened" and not being concerned about political correctness within the JFK research world, do not believe that Oswald fired any gun on November 22, 1963.

So those who are within my viewpoint, realize that determining the person who shot JFK, however laughable the idea is to many, is no small thing. Bugliosi really ran with this angle in his tome on the JFK assassination indirectly, by trying to name every group, individual and clique ever mentioned in regards to the "conspirators."

My personal view is when you narrow the field down to "serious candidates" for the shooter who fired the fatal shot; it is very, very narrow and could very well have been a political extremist on the right, with Ku Klux Klan ties. I also believe a member of Interpen is not unlikely. And I will leave it at that. And David I couldn't agree more with the Tea Party analogy.

The following is something that I believe some people would post as a new topic, but I have never been very good at determining what is considered a pivotal by the body politic here on the Forum, but I certainly believe it deserves at the very least an honorable mention.

In terms of automobile related events in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963, no-one in my mind surpasses Lee Bowers, except Roger Craig. Bowers remarks about the cars scouting out the TSBD parking lot have always resonated for me, as well as his death a couple of years later, at any rate, I have noticed that to my knowledge, no one has really ever connected-the-dots on any of those vehicles.

So to my surprise, just a couple of days ago, I was reading a fairly important book Jack Ruby - Wills & DeMaris and saw a line that mentioned that Bernard Weissman had a 1957 Ford, Lee Bowers had mentioned a 1957 Ford in his WC testimony, and last but not least Mrs. Gertrude Turner while at the Furniture Mart asserted that "Oswald" had been driving a 1957 or 1958 Ford. And Donald Wayne House ostensibly was driving a 1957 Ford on 11/22/63.

I can add more but done really have any interest in doing so, unless there is some interest besides myself.

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