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Post by greg parker on Sun 15 Jan 2012, 11:25 am

Could the surname "Kurischewa" be a variation of "Khrushchev"?

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Post by Guest on Sat 21 Jan 2012, 2:02 am

I have a unrelated "Russian" question for you, Greg.

How certain are we about the allegation that Warren deBrueys was a member of the "White Russian" community?

I know you have a "Russian" speaker as a member but I've asked the "Kurischewa" question of someone who I work with whose husband in Russian. I'll let you know what she says.

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Post by greg parker on Sat 21 Jan 2012, 12:30 pm

Thanks mate!

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Post by Guest on Wed 25 Jan 2012, 12:56 am

My friend's husband said the word as written is unfamiliar to him. He said it doesn't relate to Khruschev in his mind. He said it looks more of a converted Polish word than a Russian word because of the "w" and it could be a misspelled word. It could be related to "chicken" or "chick" as this is what the first syllable means.

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Post by greg parker on Wed 25 Jan 2012, 9:47 am

Thanks Lee. I'll pass that on. It was the maiden name of one of the wr women in Dallas. Can't recall which one. Away from home at the moment.

I do have a couple of thoughts I want to run by you dealing with Neely st and the by photos when I get home in few days dealing with "hunter of fascists" and how the history of that phrase may help solve the photos

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Post by Guest on Wed 25 Jan 2012, 10:15 pm

No worries, Greg. If you have any other questions relating to the Russian language then just let me know.

I know you've already discussed the "Hunter of Fascists" translation on here already but I'm going to get another opinion from my contact.

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Post by greg parker on Thu 26 Jan 2012, 2:01 pm

Thanks lee. A second opinion can't hurt. At worst, it. Will confirm what we already have.

Using an iPad at present which keeps losing connectivity, but when I get home, i have some admitedly very speculative ideas to discuss about that phrase and the photos.

Do we know of anyone in lee's sphere who owned a guitar?

I also have something on George dem which connects him tighter to the CIA than has been thus far established.this is not very speculative at all - very solid foundation.

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Re: Question on Russian name

Post by Guest on Thu 26 Jan 2012, 9:55 pm

Greg,

Darrell Wayne Garner played, and owned, a guitar. In his interview with Mark Lane he alleges that he used to show Jack Ruby how to play.

Did you see my post on the EF when I wrote that DWG corroborated Rose Cheramie's claim that Jack Ruby's nickname was "pinky"?

There is something about DWG that raises my intiution whenever I look into him. Dodgy...

George Bouhe in his Warren Commission testimony also claimed that there was a guitar present during the parties that the White Russian community used to have but he didn't say who it belonged to. He said it in reference to the party at the Ford residence in February, 1962.

Sylvia Odio's uncle's name was Agustin Guitar. Don't know if that helps..LOL. But in 1963 he did live on Louisiana Parkway, a short distance from David Ferrie and the Kloepfers.

Michael Paine was asked during his WC appearance if he had such a thing as guitar strap in his home - the question relating to the strap on the rifle - which he answered in the negative.

Gerald Evans Tucker, CIA Officer, played the guitar (and many other string instruments) and was the subject of a letter sent to Richard Sprague in 1977 from a Robert F. Smith which is quite interesting - page 2 of the following Baylor link:

http://contentdm.baylor.edu/cdm4/document.php?CISOROOT=/15poage-arm&CISOPTR=5409&REC=13


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Hunter of Fascists and a guitar strap

Post by greg parker on Sun 29 Jan 2012, 11:56 am

Lee David Farley wrote:Greg,

Darrell Wayne Garner played, and owned, a guitar. In his interview with Mark Lane he alleges that he used to show Jack Ruby how to play.

Did you see my post on the EF when I wrote that DWG corroborated Rose Cheramie's claim that Jack Ruby's nickname was "pinky"?

There is something about DWG that raises my intiution whenever I look into him. Dodgy...

George Bouhe in his Warren Commission testimony also claimed that there was a guitar present during the parties that the White Russian community used to have but he didn't say who it belonged to. He said it in reference to the party at the Ford residence in February, 1962.

Sylvia Odio's uncle's name was Agustin Guitar. Don't know if that helps..LOL. But in 1963 he did live on Louisiana Parkway, a short distance from David Ferrie and the Kloepfers.

Michael Paine was asked during his WC appearance if he had such a thing as guitar strap in his home - the question relating to the strap on the rifle - which he answered in the negative.

Gerald Evans Tucker, CIA Officer, played the guitar (and many other string instruments) and was the subject of a letter sent to Richard Sprague in 1977 from a Robert F. Smith which is quite interesting - page 2 of the following Baylor link:

http://contentdm.baylor.edu/cdm4/document.php?CISOROOT=/15poage-arm&CISOPTR=5409&REC=13

That's quite a list, Lee.

I just did a search on "guitar strap" at MFF and for a change, it seems the FBI did a pretty thorough job of trying to identify the sling e.g. was it a guitar strap and if so, where did come from?

The consensus opinion of those interviewed was that it was indeed, a guitar strap - but not one made in the US (because it was non-adjustable).

With that in mind, the guitar at the White Russian parties is looking good - especially when also considering the whole Neely - -weapons ordering - BY photos - Walker incident - all follow hot on the heels of the Oswald's intro into that world.

What has been in the back of my mind for a while is the similarity between "Hunter of Fascists" and the Woodie Guthrie guitar sticker, "This Machine Kills Fascists".

A little digging on that and I found it was based on what was written on planes during the Spanish Civil War.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_machine_kills_fascists

Some White Russians fought on the side of Franco believing it may reinvigorate an Imperial White Russian army prepared to take back the Motherland (see "Fighting for Franco" by Judith Keene p 189).

The JFK files are littered with the names Communist International Brigade member names as well as a smattering of those who fought with the Nationalists.

Pure speculation, but where I was going was in the thought that the BY photo may have originally been of Oswald - or SOMEONE - holding a guitar doing a Woody Guthrie impersonation.

Alternatively, the rifle sling was a Russian made guitar strap belonging to one of the WR crowd and the the "Hunter of Fascists" comment was borrowed from the Spanish Civil War (There was a Communist "Checa" or Revolutionary Tribunal" run from a church - the head of which was known as a "hunter of fascists". This particular "Checa" was reportedly responsible for 25,000 kills (see "FRanco's Justice" by Julius Ruiz p 35).

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Post by 9K116 on Wed 04 Apr 2012, 10:21 pm

greg parker wrote:Could the surname "Kurischewa" be a variation of "Khrushchev"?
No, K and Kh are different letters and sounds in Russian, and I can affirm the beginning sound of `Kurischewa` as derived from `chicken` (or from `smoker` or `to smoke`). However, that surname has not direct meaning like English surnames Bush or Smith.

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Post by greg parker on Thu 05 Apr 2012, 7:01 am

9K116 wrote:
greg parker wrote:Could the surname "Kurischewa" be a variation of "Khrushchev"?
No, K and Kh are different letters and sounds in Russian, and I can affirm the beginning sound of `Kurischewa` as derived from `chicken` (or from `smoker` or `to smoke`). However, that surname has not direct meaning like English surnames Bush or Smith.

Thanks for that! It is just as good to be able to rule possibilities out as it is to confirm them.

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