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What Percy Foreman said about Oswald's rights

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What Percy Foreman said about Oswald's rights

Post by greg parker on Sat 31 Mar 2012, 10:59 pm

Foreman had this to say (as quoted in the St Louis Post-Dispatch on 11/24/63 prior to Oswald's "sentence" being carried out):

Authorities are running a serious risk of jeopardizing their case against Oswald by failing to observe his constitutional rights...officials may already have committed reversible error in the case by permitting the accused to undergo more than 24 hours of detention without benefit of legal counsel. As grounds for reversal, Foreman stated: Under recent decisions of the United States Supreme Court, federal procedural guarantees must be observed even in state prosecutions. Their abridgement, he said, can be grounds for reversal of even a conviction. This is a new law.They could get a conviction in Texas and get it thrown out on appeal, but it takes a long time for these dim-witted law enforcement officers to realize it.

Foreman had previously represented Gen Walker. He later represented Jack Ruby and James Earl Ray and was well known to the Hunts, LBJ and (according to Bruce Adamson) George de Meohrenschildt.

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Re: What Percy Foreman said about Oswald's rights

Post by Guest on Sun 01 Apr 2012, 7:08 pm

Newsweek

HUGH AYNESWORTH
BUREAU CHIEF

Mr. Clay Shaw
1313 Dauphine Street
New Orleans,
Louisiana

Dear Clay,

Paula and I so much enjoyed having dinner with you the other night. She swears you're the best martini mixer around. I hope we can repay your cordiality in Houston sometime soon.

I dropped Ed Wegmann a note earlier today, explaining once again that my suggestion on the hiring of a new defense lawyer had nothing in the world to do with his (or Irv and Billy's) qualifications, but just made sense from a tactical standpoint--as we discussed at length.

Also, as we discussed via telephone Wednesday night, I will make an attempt to talk to Percy Foreman--without your authority, of course--and try to evaluate the possibilities in that direction.

I'm headed for the conventions, but if you need to get in touch with me for anything my secretary, Ann Lockhart, will be in constant touch with me no matter where I am.

Regards and I'll be in touch,

Hugh Aynesworth

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Post by Guest on Sun 01 Apr 2012, 7:20 pm

greg parker wrote: He later represented Jack Ruby and James Earl Ray and was well known to the Hunts, LBJ and (according to Bruce Adamson) George de Meohrenschildt.

It is also believed by some that Foreman was thrown the JER case so he could get Ray to plead guilty before being ditched. Mission accomplished.

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Re: What Percy Foreman said about Oswald's rights

Post by greg parker on Sun 01 Apr 2012, 7:37 pm

Lee David Farley wrote: Newsweek

HUGH AYNESWORTH
BUREAU CHIEF

Mr. Clay Shaw
1313 Dauphine Street
New Orleans,
Louisiana

Dear Clay,

Paula and I so much enjoyed having dinner with you the other night. She swears you're the best martini mixer around. I hope we can repay your cordiality in Houston sometime soon.

I dropped Ed Wegmann a note earlier today, explaining once again that my suggestion on the hiring of a new defense lawyer had nothing in the world to do with his (or Irv and Billy's) qualifications, but just made sense from a tactical standpoint--as we discussed at length.

Also, as we discussed via telephone Wednesday night, I will make an attempt to talk to Percy Foreman--without your authority, of course--and try to evaluate the possibilities in that direction.

I'm headed for the conventions, but if you need to get in touch with me for anything my secretary, Ann Lockhart, will be in constant touch with me no matter where I am.

Regards and I'll be in touch,

Hugh Aynesworth

Didn't know about this letter - thanks! What a complete and utter sham he was/is.

_________________
Mixing Pop and Politics he asks me what the use is
I offer him embarrassment and my usual excuses
While looking down the corridor
Out to where the van is waiting
I'm looking for the Great Leap Forward

            Billy Bragg
-----------------------------
 Australians don't mind criminals: It's successful bullshit artists we despise. 
             Lachie Hulme            
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Re: What Percy Foreman said about Oswald's rights

Post by greg parker on Sun 01 Apr 2012, 7:40 pm

Lee David Farley wrote:
greg parker wrote: He later represented Jack Ruby and James Earl Ray and was well known to the Hunts, LBJ and (according to Bruce Adamson) George de Meohrenschildt.

It is also believed by some that Foreman was thrown the JER case so he could get Ray to plead guilty before being ditched. Mission accomplished.

He got him to plead guilty ostensibly to avoid the death penalty. But what was really wanted was to avoid a full-blown trial, imo.

_________________
Mixing Pop and Politics he asks me what the use is
I offer him embarrassment and my usual excuses
While looking down the corridor
Out to where the van is waiting
I'm looking for the Great Leap Forward

            Billy Bragg
-----------------------------
 Australians don't mind criminals: It's successful bullshit artists we despise. 
             Lachie Hulme            
-----------------------------
The Cold War ran on bullshit.
              Me

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Re: What Percy Foreman said about Oswald's rights

Post by Guest on Sun 01 Apr 2012, 8:18 pm

greg parker wrote:
Lee David Farley wrote: Newsweek

HUGH AYNESWORTH
BUREAU CHIEF

Mr. Clay Shaw
1313 Dauphine Street
New Orleans,
Louisiana

Dear Clay,

Paula and I so much enjoyed having dinner with you the other night. She swears you're the best martini mixer around. I hope we can repay your cordiality in Houston sometime soon.

I dropped Ed Wegmann a note earlier today, explaining once again that my suggestion on the hiring of a new defense lawyer had nothing in the world to do with his (or Irv and Billy's) qualifications, but just made sense from a tactical standpoint--as we discussed at length.

Also, as we discussed via telephone Wednesday night, I will make an attempt to talk to Percy Foreman--without your authority, of course--and try to evaluate the possibilities in that direction.

I'm headed for the conventions, but if you need to get in touch with me for anything my secretary, Ann Lockhart, will be in constant touch with me no matter where I am.

Regards and I'll be in touch,

Hugh Aynesworth

Didn't know about this letter - thanks! What a complete and utter sham he was/is.

It served him well though. Got him what he wanted career wise.

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Re: What Percy Foreman said about Oswald's rights

Post by Guest on Sun 01 Apr 2012, 8:19 pm

greg parker wrote:
Lee David Farley wrote:
greg parker wrote: He later represented Jack Ruby and James Earl Ray and was well known to the Hunts, LBJ and (according to Bruce Adamson) George de Meohrenschildt.

It is also believed by some that Foreman was thrown the JER case so he could get Ray to plead guilty before being ditched. Mission accomplished.

He got him to plead guilty ostensibly to avoid the death penalty. But what was really wanted was to avoid a full-blown trial, imo.

I totally agree. Let's hope William Pepper has some luck over the coming months

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Re: What Percy Foreman said about Oswald's rights

Post by greg parker on Sat 03 Aug 2013, 11:16 pm

greg parker wrote:Foreman had this to say (as quoted in the St Louis Post-Dispatch on 11/24/63 prior to Oswald's "sentence" being carried out):

Authorities are running a serious risk of jeopardizing their case against Oswald by failing to observe his constitutional rights...officials may already have committed reversible error in the case by permitting the accused to undergo more than 24 hours of detention without benefit of legal counsel. As grounds for reversal, Foreman stated: Under recent decisions of the United States Supreme Court, federal procedural guarantees must be observed even in state prosecutions. Their abridgement, he said, can be grounds for reversal of even a conviction. This is a new law.They could get a conviction in Texas and get it thrown out on appeal, but it takes a long time for these dim-witted law enforcement officers to realize it.

Foreman had previously represented Gen Walker. He later represented Jack Ruby and James Earl Ray and was well known to the Hunts, LBJ and (according to Bruce Adamson) George de Meohrenschildt.
BUMP

_________________
Mixing Pop and Politics he asks me what the use is
I offer him embarrassment and my usual excuses
While looking down the corridor
Out to where the van is waiting
I'm looking for the Great Leap Forward

            Billy Bragg
-----------------------------
 Australians don't mind criminals: It's successful bullshit artists we despise. 
             Lachie Hulme            
-----------------------------
The Cold War ran on bullshit.
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