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Well well, Lamar Hunt died, time to clarify


Myra Bronstein
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Ok, so ding dong a Hunt is gone. Enough with the eulogy for that thug.

I'm hazy on which Hunt sons were behind the "wanted for treason" flyer/ad in Dallas on Nov 22, '63.

I think Nelson was one, was Lamar the other one?

Can anyone cite sources?

Myra, Nelson was supposedly the only Hunt involved in the "black border ad" (CE 1882). None of the Hunts were ever implicated in the "Wanted For Treason" flyers. That was Walker's side-kick, Allan Surrey.

The "Wanted For Treason" flyers idea was resurrected in 1972 by the SAO (a Minuteman splinter group) for Richard Nixon over his China trip.

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Ok, so ding dong a Hunt is gone. Enough with the eulogy for that thug.

I'm hazy on which Hunt sons were behind the "wanted for treason" flyer/ad in Dallas on Nov 22, '63.

I think Nelson was one, was Lamar the other one?

Can anyone cite sources?

Greg is correct, it was Nelson Bunker Hunt, a man too long ignored in this case.

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As I recall, the H.L. Hunt family tree is more like a tangled vine. Several wives

and mistresses, many children. Best known of the children were Lamar and

Bunker. Everyone thought highly of Lamar and a sister, but Bunker was a

little less respected. Many of the children were "half" related, as I recall.

Jack

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