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A House of Cards?

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Re: A House of Cards?

Post by Terry W. Martin on Mon 28 Apr 2014, 2:30 am

Goodbye wrote:I don't have the energy right now to restart the thread concerning Beckley but on the subject of Crafard, I would not be surprised if this man was working for intelligence.  He most probably was the actual person mistaken for Oswald on occasions over in Oak Cliff and other Dallas environs as per many FBI reports.  Ruby's meetings with Bertha Cheek were very likely NOT about buying some mysterious club.  The North Beckley property, some of its occupants, and its owners are pretty dodgy.  

I'd just ask for other members here to try and build on what I have presented or offer a different set of scenarios explaining some of the strange aspects of Oswald's alleged tenancy at this strange house...

Thanks, Lee,

That was pretty much as I had already deduced but it is nice to hear it from a more experienced hand. All the comings and goings over where officers were being sent/not sent was new to me.

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Post by Faroe Islander on Mon 28 Apr 2014, 5:07 am

We also have the Rose Cheramie story corroborating the Crafard-Ruby story, will check it again later

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Re: A House of Cards?

Post by greg parker on Mon 28 Apr 2014, 9:04 am

Faroe Islander wrote:We also have the Rose Cheramie story corroborating the Crafard-Ruby story, will check it again later

Yes, if could elaborate, I'd appreciate it.

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Post by greg parker on Mon 28 Apr 2014, 9:16 am

"The men were provided with this cover as well as unbackstopped homes addresses for use when entering or leaving Cuba as tourists since the filling out of the landing card requires this information. Subsequent to their detention the home addresses have been partially backstopped so that inquiries will indicate that someone with this alias name had lived in the apartment house in question. Insofar as the cover companies are concerned, efforts are being made to provide a backstop to withstand inquiries from the press should the Cubans reveal this information. In view of the thinness of cover, it is uncertain whether this will succeed."
http://ajweberman.com/noduleX12-DAVID%20LEMAR%20CHRIST.pdf

If I read this correctly, false addresses were chosen for the 3 prior to going to Cuba - but nothing was done until AFTER they were arrested, to put in place some evidence to "backstop" the deceit.

Isn't this more or less what we see with at 2 or 3 of Oswald's addresses? They have the appearance of being "backstopped" AFTER Oswald's arrest.

"Backstopping" as used by intelligence agencies is defined as...
the extent and degree of protection given when using an alias, false documentation, phony address, or are employed in a "front". When there is little or no "backstopping", an alias is referred to as a "throwaway" - this type to be used only once or twice for a single purpose then discarded. Backstopping might include what is referred to in the trade as "pocket litter". Driver's license, library card, army papers etc. A phony address might be backstopped with phony receipts, utility accounts, or even say just the say-so of a landlord/lady. The extent of backstopping will determine how long the false name, address or business "front" will hold.

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Re: A House of Cards?

Post by greg parker on Fri 30 May 2014, 11:50 am

Is anyone here on talking terms with Marina? I have a question which may help resolve the core issue here. I don't want to give the question out publicly because you never know who's lurking, and I would prefer it be put to her "cold" and framed so as to avoid it being a leading question.

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Post by Mark A. O'Blazney on Fri 30 May 2014, 7:35 pm

Now you're getting serious.  The 'interview' must be in her native language, though.
Lawyers will be involved.  But she must be willing, or leave this lady alone.  But then, why not have a "fireside chat" with Ruth as well, the both of them together?  I'm sure they would agree to this on, say, an Oprah Winfrey Special Broadcast.  She's got a nice bully pulpit.  Would that make a difference?  Excuse my dust.

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Re: A House of Cards?

Post by Hasan Yusuf on Fri 30 May 2014, 8:15 pm

greg parker wrote:Is anyone here on talking terms with Marina?

Not me, Greg. Sorry.

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Re: A House of Cards?

Post by Albert Rossi on Fri 30 May 2014, 11:14 pm

The only person I know in the community with anything like access to Marina is Debra Conway.  But I don't know whether she would be willing to do something like this.

Oprah??  come now, you really think you could trust her or the network to grill them the way they need to be grilled to get anywhere?

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Re: A House of Cards?

Post by Mark A. O'Blazney on Fri 30 May 2014, 11:59 pm

Yes.  That's why lawyers would be involved.  This can happen on a slow news week, if that's ever possible again.  Come now, let's try.  Grill them?  Like Glenn V is 'grilling' Shackleford on that facecrook page about Judyth Baker?  What do you expect Marina to say?  And how different would her responses be here than before millions of voyeurs, excuse me, viewers?  I certainly hope Ms. Winfrey is reading this.  It's ONLY a suggestion, Albert.  I'm at my wit's end to garner any other publicity on this "cold case".  Very frustrating, oui ?

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Re: A House of Cards?

Post by Albert Rossi on Sat 31 May 2014, 12:09 am

I understand your frustration.  But having those two high-profile witnesses on TV again, and going down the same dead ends, would do more damage than good, in my opinion.  And I'm sorry if I am a classist, by I just don't think a venue like Oprah denotes seriousness. How long does it take someone to get familiar enough with this case to be able ask intelligent questions? Do you think Oprah would be that interested to devote the necessary time (like, say, a year's worth of research)? Or would she rely on her network lackeys to come up with "titillating" questions (like what was Lee like in bed?).  What do I expect Marina to say? Nothing terribly new; and at this point, I'm not sure I'd believe anything she says. That's why I think the idea is doomed from the outset.

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Post by Mark A. O'Blazney on Sat 31 May 2014, 12:31 am

Dang, Mr. R., you just "dissed" the Diva ("I just don't think a venue like Oprah denotes seriousness") !!!  Was she not a factor in the election of 'O'?  

No one shall "catch" Lee's widow in a lie on O's show, nor Quaker Ruth, unless you phrase the questions in the right and honest way.  That's when the lawyers would have to step in and collect their billable hours, nervously whispering little whatevers in their clients' ears.  Any lip-readers out there ready to watch The Big Show?  Sigh.  But thank you for your response, Albert.  Throwing rocks at the Moon here, wondering if they'll stick to the cheese, ifyouplease.

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Re: A House of Cards?

Post by Stan Dane on Sat 31 May 2014, 12:32 am

Albert Rossi wrote:I understand your frustration.  But having those two high-profile witnesses on TV again, and going down the same dead ends, would do more damage than good, in my opinion.  And I'm sorry if I am a classist, by I just don't think a venue like Oprah denotes seriousness. How long does it take someone to get familiar enough with this case to be able ask intelligent questions? Do you think Oprah would be that interested to devote the necessary time (like, say, a year's worth of research)? Or would she rely on her network lackeys to come up with "titillating" questions (like what was Lee like in bed?).  What do I expect Marina to say? Nothing terribly new; and at this point, I'm not sure I'd believe anything she says. That's why I think the idea is doomed from the outset.
I agree 100%.
 
Greg's question was finding someone on talking terms with Marina to ask her a question. If Debra Conway fits the bill, maybe Greg should reach out to her to see if she would be willing to ask it of Marina. The meetup to do so could be low-key, because the important thing here, if I understand correctly, is asking the question and getting the response.

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Re: A House of Cards?

Post by Mark A. O'Blazney on Sat 31 May 2014, 1:16 am

Would this be why there'd be a hypnotist on O's show? 

 Yeah, I'm kind of agreeing with you now, Stan et. al.  Upon further reflection, can see how this would end up being a "deer-in-the-headlights" television drama, complete with the mournful background music, chopped up in between commercials, then soon forgotten.  Or would it be?  National Collective Consciousness is a funny creature in these strange days.  No one knows what "it" is anymore.  Just a comment, and thanks for your time.  Keep going.  Don't stop. Breath Deep.

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Re: A House of Cards?

Post by Guest on Sat 31 May 2014, 3:50 am

She and Rachel (if we choose to believe it)are on Twitter:
@MarinaPrusakova
@RachelOswald63

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Post by greg parker on Sat 31 May 2014, 7:33 am

Paul Klein wrote:She and Rachel (if we choose to believe it)are on Twitter:
@MarinaPrusakova
@RachelOswald63
Paul, those accounts (whether it's really them or not) appear to have been set up for the sole purpose of promoting a book that was due out for the 50th. Something seems to have happened however, because we don't get to find out what the book was or who was behind it as all activity on the accounts ended on Nov 22, 2012.

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Re: A House of Cards?

Post by Guest on Sat 31 May 2014, 9:34 am

greg parker wrote:
Paul Klein wrote:She and Rachel (if we choose to believe it)are on Twitter:
@MarinaPrusakova
@RachelOswald63
Paul, those accounts (whether it's really them or not) appear to have been set up for the sole purpose of promoting a book that was due out for the 50th. Something seems to have happened however, because we don't get to find out what the book was or who was behind it as all activity on the accounts ended on Nov 22, 2012.
It seems that way, Greg. Still, I think it might be worth a holler with a teaser of sorts, to see if they're still out there. You never know your luck. It might be linked to an email address of theirs.

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