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Post by Albert Rossi on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 2:51 am

By the way, I've been absent from the forum since June, Stan, but I recall you
had a rather serious accident.  I trust you are now fully recovered!

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Post by Stan Dane on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 3:20 am

Albert Rossi wrote:By the way, I've been absent from the forum since June, Stan, but I recall you
had a rather serious accident.  I trust you are now fully recovered!
Nothing that a little duct tape and bailing twine couldn't fix. For all intents and purposes I'm back to normal. I know you're super busy, but do try to check in every now and then—you have been missed!

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Post by Hasan Yusuf on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 3:21 am

Albert Rossi wrote:Hi all.  I was at the AARC.  I figured I might as well try it again, so I approached Buell with the
Robin Unger enhancement of the Darnell frame on my laptop desktop, and asked him

1.  if that was him
2.  who the other figure was.

He admitted 1. was him.
He said 2. was not clear enough for certain identification, but it probably wasn't Lovelady
because by that time he had taken off with Shelley for the RR yard.

I didn't press him.

BTW the reason I had this at my disposal was I helped Jim D prepare his slideshow, and
he mentioned PrayerMan.  We had two slides from Darnell and Wiegman.

Welcome back, Albert! And thanks for sharing that bit of info about Frazier.

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Post by Stan Dane on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 4:50 am

I thought Pat Speer's AARC Conference comments today on BWF were interesting:

Pat Speer, Education Forum wrote:Buell Wesley Frazier also spoke at the conference. He repeated what he'd been saying for years--that, in his impression, the bag Oswald put in the car was far too small to hold the rifle. But he also said some things to me in private conversation that I think should become part of the record. I told him that I, too, had done warehouse work, and had pulled orders off a clipboard. I said that, in my experience, when an order puller goes to lunch, he leaves the orders still to be pulled on a clipboard in a place near where he will resume work, and that, to me, there was nothing remotely suspicious about Oswald's clipboard being found on the sixth floor, near the stairs. He agreed. I also explained to him that his recollections regarding the bag are a two-way street--not only did Oswald supposedly carry his rifle to work in the bag he saw on the 22nd, but that Oswald also supposedly smuggled the paper used to make this bag to Irving on the 21st. I mentioned that, in my estimation, a large piece of industrial wrapping paper would be difficult to conceal in one's clothing without being noticed. At that, Frazier got a sad look on his face, which said to me "It's even worse than I thought." He then looked me in the eyes, and said, as firmly and as confidently as one has ever said anything, "That DID NOT happen."

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Post by Albert Rossi on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 4:54 am

Hi Hasan. 

I don't know about Jim, but I felt the conference as a whole
was disappointing.  Hearing Veciana, meeting Ed Lopez and Marie Fonzi,
and asking Frazier about the image were the high points for me.  The
whole thing was really poorly organized (they rescheduled around Blakey
three times, and did not keep the speakers to their times). 

What's more, I had really been looking forward to hearing John Newman,
but his talk had me flummoxed, though upon reflection, the seed of it
can indeed be found on p. 262 of the 2008 edition of Oswald & the CIA
Seems he thinks that the Cubela plot was where they hid the
assassination plot, because that way they could blackmail
RFK, since he ordered that assassination attempt on Castro,  Ugh.  I
admire John's adeptness and savvy with piecing documents together,
and I like where he goes with Mexico City (even if I don't share his
conviction Oswald was actually there), but this made my heart sink.
How could he make that claim, based as it is on extremely
dubious hearsay?  Of course, Lisa Pease stood up
and immediately took him to task for it.  (I personally am inclined to
see that whole Cubela business as an attempt to sabotage the
JFK-Castro rapprochement, because they knew they wouldn't turn
Cubela and that he'd report back to Castro that an attempt against
him was sanctioned by the Attorney General; but I don't think
this figured into the JFK plot the way John says it does).

You'll also be interested to know that Don Thomas (as far as I could tell, as I
sometimes was in and out of sessions) went over a lot of the same
material as you covered on Gerald Hill, and if I did not hear incorrectly, Bill
Simpich said that Westerbrook was probably a CIA liaison.  Sorry I didn't
get to hear more of their presentations, but there was a general craziness
to the proceedings. 

Anyway, I'm home, back to work, but rather exhausted (and a bit depressed).

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Post by Terry W. Martin on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 5:27 am

Al,

Good to see you back. I take it you shook off whatever it was you received in Deutschland.

Stan,

Do we have anymore costumes around? And is there any precedence for a fifth musketeer?

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Post by Albert Rossi on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 5:37 am

Hi Terry,

that was godawful, but yes, after another week or two at home
I was fine.  But then I seriously threw out my back in August.
Screwed up my whole planned vacation (we were going to
the Costa Maya and then to Vail CO ... beach and then
mountains for a long needed relax, but it did not happen).

Well, better not clutter this thread with more chit-chat.

And I had better get back to the books.

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Post by beowulf on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 6:19 am

Albert Rossi wrote:Yes, it was a bit funny because I first asked him if he could identify
Prayer Man, and while he was mulling it over, I said to him, pointing
to his image, "By the way, Mr. Frazier, is that you?"  To that he
responded, "very probably ... look at the hairline."  So yes, he seemed
to be in a more forthcoming mood at that point.

Thanks for the report. I wonder if when he was asked this last year (and he couldn't even identify himself), he was shown the fuzzy pictures and not the cleaned up ones.

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Post by Hasan Yusuf on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 6:33 am

Albert Rossi wrote:You'll also be interested to know that Don Thomas (as far as I could tell, as I
sometimes was in and out of sessions) went over a lot of the same
material as you covered on Gerald Hill, and if I did not hear incorrectly, Bill
Simpich said that Westerbrook was probably a CIA liaison.  Sorry I didn't
get to hear more of their presentations, but there was a general craziness
to the proceedings.

Thanks for that, Albert. Have emailed Jim Di for further information on what Thomas had to say about Hill. I don't know if you've read this, but this is an essay I wrote re Hill and Westbrook not too long ago:

http://jfkthelonegunmanmyth.blogspot.com.au/2014/09/a-few-words-on-former-dpd-captain.html

Thought that it may be of interest to you. I hope you're feeling much better real soon.

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Post by Paul Francisco Paso on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 7:35 am

Thank you for sharing, Mr Rossi.

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Post by Albert Rossi on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 7:49 am

Hasan, thanks for the pointer - good piece.  Looks like Bill drew on Greg or some common source,
because his evidence for Westbrook's CIA connection was precisely what you mention,
police advisor in South Vietnam, and the USAID link.  As I said, I don't know exactly where
he and Don took their argument, but the snatches I heard sounded awfully like what you have
been writing.  I don't believe Jim heard either talk.

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Post by greg parker on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 8:13 am

Jim and one or two others such as Bill Simpich, are among the few not going to these things and not simply regurgitating old material like some tired vaudevillian trying to do stand-up. Jim in particular, deserves great credit for not only embracing new research, but championing it.

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Post by Hasan Yusuf on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 6:58 pm

Albert Rossi wrote:Hasan, thanks for the pointer - good piece.  Looks like Bill drew on Greg or some common source,
because his evidence for Westbrook's CIA connection was precisely what you mention,
police advisor in South Vietnam, and the USAID link.  As I said, I don't know exactly where
he and Don took their argument, but the snatches I heard sounded awfully like what you have
been writing.  I don't believe Jim heard either talk.

Thanks, Albert. You were right, Jim didn't attend the Thomas presentation.

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On December 6th 1963 Time Magazine carried a story titled 'The Man Who Killed Kennedy'.
 
It contained the following account of the Oswald-Reid encounter:
 
Carrying his Coke, Oswald ambled into a nearby office. A switchboard operator said, "Wasn't that terrible—the President being shot?" Oswald mumbled something unintelligible, went out of the office, walked down the steps and slipped through the crowd outside. 
 
**
 
French researcher Leo Sauvage was puzzled by the reference to a "switchboard operator" and, in February 64, asked Roy Truly about it:
 
 
 Yes, he confirmed, that was the story told to the FBI when—on the following week—they finally began questioning everyone who works in the School Depository. But, he added, it wasn’t the switchboard operator who spoke to Oswald. It was another woman working in the same office, and yes, that office is “right next to the lunchroom.” Did either of the two women notice the noise Oswald must have made in the corridor rushing in from the sixth floor? Mr. Truly didn’t know. 
 
 
How very odd.
One would expect Truly to simply correct the idea that Mrs Reid was a switchboard operator and leave it at that.
But the spectre of Geneva Hine looms too large.
Technically speaking, she wasn't a switchboard operator (there was no switchboard proper in the second-floor office).
She did however volunteer to keep an eye on incoming phone calls while her colleagues went outside to watch the motorcade.
And, given the fact that she and she alone was in the office area around the time of the motorcade, it is simply not credible that the Time Magazine reporter in referring to a switchboard operator meeting Oswald there had just made a lucky mistake.
Clearly the reporter had gotten wind of the fact that someone was in the office at the time looking after the phones and that this person had had an interaction with Oswald.
And the reporter, hearing also about a conversation between a female employee and Oswald in that same office area just after the shooting, assumed that said female employee must have been the switchboard operator.
 
So Truly is in a real bind when asked about the Time reference to a switchboard operator.
He is having to admit that Jeraldean Reid was not the only woman in the office area immediately after the assassination.
Yet the Reid story--which she was given on 11/23--requires the office to be empty at the time of the encounter.
 
**
 
On September 17th 2011 Robert Groden made the following remarks in a radio interview with Len Osanic:



I actually found a woman some years ago. She was terrified. She did not want to come forward. And she finally agreed to give an interview, and I did interview her. When the shots actually went off, she was talking to Lee Oswald on the second floor. […] We always assumed that Lee had the change, that he had had the change for the machine. He didn’t. He went into the office across from the snack room with a dollar bill and asked for change. He said, “No pennies, please.” And, as the change was being counted out into his hand, the shots went off. And they looked at each other, this woman and Lee, and [asked], “What was that?” Backfires, firecrack[ers], who knew? He got the rest of the change, walked back across the hall, bought the Coke and then just a little over a minute later there was a gun in his ribs held by Officer Baker. Lee had an airtight alibi. He could not possibly have done this. She told this story to the Warren Commission. They told her to keep her mouth shut. And she did. She told very few people. Very few people. I was one of the few that she did. So I got to speak to her because I had a friend who knew a friend of hers. I had to promise her I would never reveal any of this until after she was gone. And now she is. The whole story, including her name, will be in the next book.



Groden's book has not yet been published, and it is a cause of real regret that he has chosen to hold back these potentially case-breaking details for so long.
 
The woman he spoke with must surely be Geneva Hine (who died at the age of 100 just over a decade ago).
 
**
 
What are we to make of Groden's claim?
 
My belief is that Lee Oswald is Prayer Man and that he had already descended from his coke-purchasing visit to the second-floor lunchroom in time to catch the motorcade from the front steps.
 
This is the chronology of events implied in the crucial first interrogation report written jointly by FBI Special Agents Bookhout and Hosty:
-Broke off work and went down for lunch in domino room
-Went up to second-floor lunchroom to purchase a Coca Cola
-Back down to first floor, which is where he was at the time of the assassination.
 
If (as I believe) Oswald really did claim to have been on the first floor at the time of the shooting, then the story as relayed by Groden does not make sense.
Hearing the loud bangs in the second-floor office, he may conceivably have mistaken them at the time for motorcycle backfires or firecrackers, but there is no way he would have failed to grasp their true meaning by the time of his arrest.
And yet he appears to be placing himself on the first, not second, floor "when President Kennedy passed this building".
 
**
 
This is not to say that Groden's witness story is without significance.
It may in fact be of huge importance.
 
Here--pending disclosure of the full details from Groden--is what I believe may have happened.
 
 
1. Oswald got change for the coke machine from Hine a very few minutes before the shooting.
 
2. Oswald and Hine did hear bangs as she was giving him his change, but they were not shots--they were motorcycle backfires, the same motorcycle backfires which Buell Wesley Frazier told Gary Mack he heard in Dealey Plaza while everyone was awaiting the motorcade.
 
3. Oswald then went to the second-floor lunchroom and got his coke.
 
4. Oswald after this went down to the first floor and caught the motorcade. (IMO he, Prayer Man, is holding the coke in his immobile left hand.)
 
I hesitate to say this, but my suspicion is that Groden has (for understandable reasons) slightly sexed up Hine's account by unequivocally identifying the bangs she said she and Oswald heard as the shots that were fired at Kennedy.
He is also joining the dots between Hine's story and the fictitious lunchroom story in a way not strictly sanctioned by Hine's account.
 
**
 
If Hine was indeed the woman Groden spoke with, and if her story was basically factual, then we have another explanation for Reid's being drafted in on the Saturday as a supporting witness for Truly's damage-limitation lunchroom story:
 
Oswald is still alive.
He is expected to go to trial.
He is going to be talking about an interaction with a female employee in the second-floor office area just before the assassination.
Hine must be told to shut up about giving Oswald change for the coke machine, for her story would blow the lid on the lie that his visit to the lunchroom was post-assassination.
And in order that Oswald's talk at trial about speaking with a female employee in the office area be explained away, Reid must be inveigled into coming forward with a phoney post-assassination Oswald-in-office-area story.
 
**
 
If the above outline of events is correct, then why was Hine not simply pressurised into testifying to the WC that she had witnessed the Reid-Oswald encounter?
 
Because she had already been pressurised into going on the record several times to the effect that she had not seen Lee Oswald at all on the day of the assassination.
 
The result of all this?
The relationship between Hine's WC testimony and that of Reid is horribly messy and contradictory.
The best Reid can do--can be made to do--is leave open the impression that she may have left the office area shortly after the Oswald encounter.
 
Where might she have gone to?
Ironically enough, there is only one possible place available if she is to avoid running into Hine in the corridor:
the second-floor lunchroom...
 



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Post by Goban Saor on Sun 09 Oct 2016, 11:46 am

Does anyone know if any effort is still being made to obtain better versions of the Darnell and Wiegman Prayer Man films?

At one stage there was talk of trying to get Oliver Stone interested as he might have the clout and money to get the films released. I think the idea was that James DiEugenio would ask him about it when he (Oliver Stone) had completed the work on his Edward Snowden film.

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Post by Vinny on Mon 10 Oct 2016, 1:03 am

I read somewhere that the NBC people refused to release the film when approached by the Hollywood people.
They said no way.

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Post by Hasan Yusuf on Mon 10 Oct 2016, 1:48 am

JFK Student wrote:I read somewhere that the NBC people refused to release the film when approached by the Hollywood people.
They said no way.

No surprise there...

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Post by Goban Saor on Mon 10 Oct 2016, 2:47 am

JFK Student wrote:I read somewhere that the NBC people refused to release the film when approached by the Hollywood people.
They said no way.
Can you locate where you read that, JFK S, or can you recall any more details about it such as whether Oliver Stone was involved?

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Post by greg parker on Mon 10 Oct 2016, 9:35 am

Goban Saor wrote:
JFK Student wrote:I read somewhere that the NBC people refused to release the film when approached by the Hollywood people.
They said no way.
Can you locate where you read that, JFK S, or can you recall any more details about it such as whether Oliver Stone was involved?
Can't get too specific, Goban, but someone with major Hollywood connections got one of those connections (on our behalf), to replicate what we have already done - go to NBC and try and get scans of the original films. It was believed that a Hollywood insider might have better luck or more pull. But in the end, he got the exact same runaround we did between NBC and the 6FM.

We had already drawn a blank with Stone's company through Jim di.

No one has given up. We might be at a standstill at the moment, but we haven't yet exhausted all methods of skinning a cat.

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Post by Goban Saor on Mon 10 Oct 2016, 10:45 am

greg parker wrote:
Goban Saor wrote:
JFK Student wrote:I read somewhere that the NBC people refused to release the film when approached by the Hollywood people.
They said no way.
Can you locate where you read that, JFK S, or can you recall any more details about it such as whether Oliver Stone was involved?
Can't get too specific, Goban, but someone with major Hollywood connections got one of those connections (on our behalf), to replicate what we have already done - go to NBC and try and get scans of the original films. It was believed that a Hollywood insider might have better luck or more pull. But in the end, he got the exact same runaround we did between NBC and the 6FM.

We had already drawn a blank with Stone's company through Jim di.

No one has given up. We might be at a standstill at the moment, but we haven't yet exhausted all methods of skinning a cat.
Thanks for that information, Greg. It’s good to know the quest continues.

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Post by Ed. Ledoux on Wed 12 Oct 2016, 7:51 pm

Should we start advertising.
Both to ask for a copy, and spotlight NBCs bad behavior?

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Post by Paul Francisco Paso on Thu 13 Oct 2016, 3:04 pm

Ed. Ledoux wrote:Should we start advertising.
Both to ask for a copy, and spotlight NBCs bad behavior?
I wonder what can be done that you guys haven't done already? Online petition perhaps? We can lay our stuff out and see what happens.

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Post by Ed. Ledoux on Fri 14 Oct 2016, 10:33 am

Mocking them to death, making a big stink is only way theze guys will ever give in.

Hiw about the White House petition site!!!!

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Post by Paul Francisco Paso on Fri 14 Oct 2016, 10:49 am

Ed. Ledoux wrote:Mocking them to death, making a big stink is only way theze guys will ever give in.

Hiw about the White House petition site!!!!
Maybe Ed but can you handle the mysterious black vans parked out on your street?  Very Happy
If we can garner enough support via an online petition and post it on all the JFK websites and other forums it may just work. All those naysayers who say we need a better scan cannot refute a proactive effort to request one.

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Post by greg parker on Fri 14 Oct 2016, 11:20 am

Advertizing, to be clear, is a great idea... but last I looked into it was 2013 and the cost of an ad for instance, in a major US paper was 30K - can't remember if that was half page or full page. It, it has to be in a major publication to have any hope, but that cost is prohibitive.

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