John Simkin Posted November 20, 2006 Share Posted November 20, 2006 Just watched the programme. The ID of Morales by Wayne Smith, David Rabern and Bradley Ayers was very convincing. It definitely looked like Morales. Ed Lopez identified Joannides (I am surprised they did not use G. Robert Blakey for this. Nor did they have Blakey's statement when he discovered that Joannides was connected to Lee Harvey Oswald in August 1963. "I am no longer confident that the Central Intelligence Agency co-operated with the committee.... I was not told of Joannides' background with the DRE, a focal point of the investigation. Had I known who he was, he would have been a witness who would have been interrogated under oath by the staff or by the committee. He would never have been acceptable as a point of contact with us to retrieve documents.” Only Ayers was able to identify Campbell. Although Rabern said it might have been him. The film also included and interview with Bob Walton who explained how he heard Morales say: "I was in Dallas when we got the son of a bitch and I was in Los Angeles when we got the little bastard." The film needed to spend more time on Morales. Shane O'Sullivan also does not explain why Ed Wilson and Tom Clines refused to identify Morales, Campbell and Joannides (both Wilson and Clines refused to appear on camera). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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