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Post by greg parker on Fri 16 Mar 2012, 11:47 am

SEC. 601. [50 U.S.C. 421] (a) Whoever, having or having had authorized access to classified information that identifies a covert agent, intentionally discloses any information identifying such covert agent to any individual not authorized to receive classified information, knowing that the information disclosed so identifies such covert agent and that the United States is taking affirmative measures to conceal such covert agent's intelligence relationship to the United States, shall be fined under title 18, United States Code, or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.
http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/laws/iipa.html

Nassau is inextricably linked to the American Revolution and the formation of the US Navy and Marines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Nassau

West Nassau could also be a reference to the Bronx or some other county west of Long Island (which was originally called Nassau)

There are several actual 601 Nassau St addresses across the US, but no "601 West Nassau".


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Post by greg parker on Sun 01 Apr 2012, 12:02 pm

Again just thinking out loud and playing around with ideas.

The address - "601 West Nassaus St Dallas" has the "allas" crossed out, leaving just the "D" in Dallas.

"West Nassaus St D" is an anagram for US TD (Treasury Department?) assassin. As pointed out by Tom Hume at the Ed Forum, 601, using a simple coding method could refer to the initials JK - Jack Kennedy i.e. intended target. Equally, it could be a code for "GAB" as in Guy "Gabby" Gabaldon i.e. the mastermind or actual assassin.

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Post by Guest on Sun 01 Apr 2012, 5:49 pm

I really think Tom is onto something here, Greg. We need better photographs of the package. I'm gonna contact the National Archives next week and get a definitive answer on where this package currently is.

As soon as I discovered what they did with the evidence list where George Bouhe's name disappeared from the Post Office form they originally had listed, I knew something was incredibly important about this package and I don't believe for one second that it contained another paper bag.

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Post by greg parker on Sun 01 Apr 2012, 7:30 pm

Lee,
I tend to agree. I really am just buggering around to take my mind off other issues and let them lay fallow... for at least an hour or so.

I think I'd point to the embedded letters as being the biggest indicator. But coded messages need another to have the "key" to unlocking them. Who might have had the "key" in this instance?

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Post by Guest on Sun 01 Apr 2012, 8:16 pm

greg parker wrote:Lee,
I tend to agree. I really am just buggering around to take my mind off other issues and let them lay fallow... for at least an hour or so.

I think I'd point to the embedded letters as being the biggest indicator. But coded messages need another to have the "key" to unlocking them. Who might have had the "key" in this instance?

I daresn't guess, Greg. I still believe that the Postal Form connected to Lee Oswald was also connected to George Bouhe. And George had a much closer relationship to Marina than he ever did with Lee.

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Post by greg parker on Sun 01 Apr 2012, 8:31 pm

I think that is a very good starting point to answering the "who" but I guess the main thing is to get best photos available to see what can be validated re Tom's theory and what else can be "seen".

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Post by Guest on Sun 01 Apr 2012, 9:09 pm

greg parker wrote:I think that is a very good starting point to answering the "who" but I guess the main thing is to get best photos available to see what can be validated re Tom's theory and what else can be "seen".

I'm off work tomorrow so I'll get the correct identification numbers for the package and e-mail the archives

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Post by Guest on Sun 17 Nov 2013, 10:40 pm

Lee Farley wrote:I really think Tom is onto something here, Greg.  We need better photographs of the package.  I'm gonna contact the National Archives next week and get a definitive answer on where this package currently is.

As soon as I discovered what they did with the evidence list where George Bouhe's name disappeared from the Post Office form they originally had listed, I knew something was incredibly important about this package and I don't believe for one second that it contained another paper bag.
http://paw.princeton.edu/memorials/66/60/index.xml?undergraduate_class=1929
Tilbury Ogers Freeman
Tilbury Ogers Freeman ’29
Published in Oct. 14, 1992, issue
BUCK DIED Apr. 11, 1991. He had prepared at Irving and Horace Mann Schools, New York Military Academy, and Barnard. At Princeton he was in the Glee Club and belonged to Gateway Club, Bert Seay was his roommate. Upon graduation he went to the National Acceptance Bank of New York, which later merged with the Bank of Manhattan. In 1942 he went to Hamilton Standard Propellers in Hartford. After participating in various business enterprises, he sold his interest in a booming firm and started traveling. His hobby continued to be music, and he served as president of the Plainfield Mendelssohn Glee Club, and was a soloist both there and in the Grace Episcopal Choir. In 1934 e married Irena Alexandrovna Bouche, and she survives, together with a son, Tilbury O. Jr. Buck's brother Herbert C. '38 is deceased, The Class extends its sympathy to Buck's family.
The Class of 1929
Remember Elsa Bouhe? Don Isaac Levine touted her biographical manuscript. He was not one of her two sponsors for citizenship, though. Tilbury Freeman was one of her sponsors. SSDI indicate Tilbury died in Plainfield, NJ. His wife Irina died there, too, on Jan. 15, 1993. George Bouhe also died in Plainfield in 1980. Irina A. Bouche Freeman was sister.

"Postal form bearing name of George Bouhe." = http://jfk.ci.dallas.tx.us/26/2689-010.gif

BTW, there were people at Princeton who must have been aware of who the Freemans were related to. For a lone nut, Oswald seemed to quiet a lot of people for a lot of years.

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