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Shirley Temple is Prayer Man According to Duncan McRae

Sun 16 Oct 2016, 8:24 am by Paul Francisco Paso

Irrefutable evidence.

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The Eighth Naval District

Wed 07 Dec 2016, 11:32 pm by Hasan Yusuf

In my essay “Who was behind the assassination?,” I discuss the fact that both the TSBD and the 112th MIG covered the EXACT SAME five states in the U. S. Those states being Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arkansas, and Louisiana. I have recently come across the following interview where it is claimed that the Eighth Naval District also covers those very same five states:


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Send Lawyers Guns & Money Pt2

Fri 04 Sep 2009, 9:29 pm by greg parker

Professor Charles ("Chuck") Webster
Very little can be gleaned from the Warren Commission volumes about Charles Webster except that he had been at police head-quarters most of the day following the assassination; that he was a law professor at the Southern Methodist University (SMU); that he gave assurances to the DCLU delegation about Oswald's civil rights; that he had taken this …

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Send Lawyers Guns & Money Pt1

Fri 04 Sep 2009, 9:02 pm by greg parker

Somehow I got stuck
Between the rock and the hard place
And I'm down on my luck - Warren Zevon

The Dallas Civil Liberties Union visits City Hall

Of those interviewed by the commission, the following people should have been able to supply information regarding the DCLU visit to City Hall: Greg Olds; Jesse Curry; Glen King; Henry Wade; David Johnston.

the Olds' version
Greg Olds, …

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JFK Assassination

Sat 12 Apr 2014, 4:13 pm by gerrrycam

I'm curious to know why no one is interested in Boris Pash? A man who lied to Church Senate Committee about his retirement to cover up his knowledge of Oswald

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Lifton on his "new evidence"

Tue 06 Dec 2016, 11:17 pm by greg parker

Two items 

1. Oswald was to be killed inside the TSBD. 

Bzzzzt! Oswald was to be killed at the Texas Theater for a very specific reason. Unlike David, I actually have evidence for this contention awaiting publication.

2. Oswald's wounds were not fatal. "Air bubbles" in the heart prove he was murdered at Parkland Hospital.


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friends student exchange programs

Wed 07 Dec 2016, 12:01 pm by greg parker

Ruth and the State Dept, 1958.

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Richard Bernarbei

Tue 06 Dec 2016, 11:29 pm by barto

Richard Bernabei along with Richard E Sprague and Harold Weisberg discussed a shadowy figure in the far end corner in the late 60's.
View sketches, correspondence and archival pix at the link above.

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The Facts about Connally's Wounds

Mon 27 Oct 2014, 7:33 am by greg parker

FB post made by Linda Giovanna Zambanini. Linda has a background in nursing. I'll take this from Linda over a thousand pages of "research" by certain others on this topic every single time. Yes, we all knew the SBT was crap - but now we have an actual logical explanation for the wounds and prima facie evidence that a change in stories was coerced.

[size=13]Frankie Vegas, I don't think you or Greg …

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