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Hopefully I can get these to attach in order.

This is in response to Pat Speer's recent thread on the Galveston connection.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=8314

While reading Sally Denton and Roger Morris' The Money and the Power, however, I came across their assertion that the Moodys were connected to the Maceo family, and that the Moodys, even after the Maceo brothers died, continued on in the gambling trade, through an insurance company with massive investments in various Vegas hotels. Many of these hotels had ties to Lansky as well.

RFK was apparently going to open an investigation into the numerous accounts of fraud in the Insurance game, all connected to the casinos and hotels being built by certain Mob associated individuals - thanks to Senator Raymond Baker's prodding - but before he could get anything going....JFK was eliminated.

Okay - well, I give up on trying to get them to post in order.

Steve Thomas thread: Note, although the documents have her name as 'Elizabeth' it is spelled 'Elisabeth.'

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.ph...746&hl=cole

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Hopefully I can get these to attach in order.

This is in response to Pat Speer's recent thread on the Galveston connection.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=8314

While reading Sally Denton and Roger Morris' The Money and the Power, however, I came across their assertion that the Moodys were connected to the Maceo family, and that the Moodys, even after the Maceo brothers died, continued on in the gambling trade, through an insurance company with massive investments in various Vegas hotels. Many of these hotels had ties to Lansky as well.

RFK was apparently going to open an investigation into the numerous accounts of fraud in the Insurance game, all connected to the casinos and hotels being built by certain Mob associated individuals - thanks to Senator Raymond Baker's prodding - but before he could get anything going....JFK was eliminated.

Okay - well, I give up on trying to get them to post in order.

Steve Thomas thread: Note, although the documents have her name as 'Elizabeth' it is spelled 'Elisabeth.'

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.ph...746&hl=cole

This is in response to Pat Speer's recent thread on the Galveston connection.

One just may want to make the "tie" between Ruby and the Jaffee family prior to making the giant step/leap from JFK to RFK.

http://www.history-matters.com/archive/jfk...Vol26_0157b.htm

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Hopefully I can get these to attach in order.

This is in response to Pat Speer's recent thread on the Galveston connection.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=8314

While reading Sally Denton and Roger Morris' The Money and the Power, however, I came across their assertion that the Moodys were connected to the Maceo family, and that the Moodys, even after the Maceo brothers died, continued on in the gambling trade, through an insurance company with massive investments in various Vegas hotels. Many of these hotels had ties to Lansky as well.

RFK was apparently going to open an investigation into the numerous accounts of fraud in the Insurance game, all connected to the casinos and hotels being built by certain Mob associated individuals - thanks to Senator Raymond Baker's prodding - but before he could get anything going....JFK was eliminated.

Okay - well, I give up on trying to get them to post in order.

Steve Thomas thread: Note, although the documents have her name as 'Elizabeth' it is spelled 'Elisabeth.'

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.ph...746&hl=cole

This is in response to Pat Speer's recent thread on the Galveston connection.

One just may want to make the "tie" between Ruby and the Jaffee family prior to making the giant step/leap from JFK to RFK.

http://www.history-matters.com/archive/jfk...Vol26_0157b.htm

http://www.earlyvegas.com/

CASINO OWNERS

Ben Jaffee - Tropicana (1957) (Formerly of Miama's Fountainbleau Hotel)

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