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JFK Lancer: Conversations, Jim DiEugenio

Sat 25 Oct 2014, 2:06 pm by Alan Dale


A Motive For Murder: Kennedy's Foreign Policy

Alan Dale speaks with author and historian Jim DiEugenio about one of the most discussed, yet least understood areas of John F. Kennedy's presidency.

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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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A Tale of Too Many Rifles

Tue 21 Oct 2014, 7:18 am by Carmine Savastano

A Tale of Too Many Rifles                   

(A review of the various weapons claimed to be present in the Texas Schoolbook Depository during the Assassination of President Kennedy)

            A Carcano 6.65, Mauser 7.65, Enfield 303, and Japanese rifle are asserted to be present or near the Texas Schoolbook Depository by various sources on November 22, 1963. However, what does …

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Prayer Man Poll

Thu 19 Sep 2013, 11:08 pm by greg parker

Where do you stand?

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Judyth Baker - a credible source?

Mon 19 Jul 2010, 10:49 pm by 9K116

While reading on William Greer on, I found following statement, obviously, from book of JVB:
Lee (Harvey Oswald) told me that the driver’s habits (William Greer) had been studied, and a shot going off would cause him to brake, which would slow the vehicle down. This was desired because even this cabal feared Aristotle Onassis, who would send killers out to track down …

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Mark Lane Question

Mon 15 Jul 2013, 6:30 pm by Anonymous

Is he a disinformation mole?


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The Cox Tops

Wed 01 Oct 2014, 8:47 pm by Ed. Ledoux

From an old thread called NEELY STREET QUESTIONS:
Robert Howard, on 28 Aug 2014 - 1:22 PM, said: wrote:Several pages back on this thread there was mention of the "portion of Cox's boxtop" in LHO's possession. Did anyone dig further into this? In that era there were two Cox Department stores, one in Waco that went bankrupt in 1995
The other was in Fort Worth and according to Wikipedia, [granted not the most reliable source] it later merged with W. C. Stripling & Sons

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Additional Cryptonym List

Tue 05 Aug 2014, 5:02 am by Carmine Savastano

Greetings All,

         In my research efforts I have found some information that will hopefully be of use in linking case associations hereto largely unknown in some instances.

Hope all are well. 

Cryptonym(s) / Aliases / True Designation 

AMBLEAK 1: Estaben Jacquin BLANCO Sanchez

AMBRUSH: Intel Section of the FRD

AMCONCERT 1: Francisco Wilfredo VARONA Alanzo


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buying a clew

Tue 21 Oct 2014, 9:41 am by greg parker

In Newman's book he mentions an operations memorandum sent from the Moscow Embassy to the State Department and received by the latter on on April 5, 1960. The memo (in response to inquiries about the whereabouts of Oswald) said in part "The Embassy has had no contact with Oswald since his departure from the Metropole Hotel in November, 1959 and has no clew as to his present whereabouts..."

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