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Post by dwdunn(akaDan) on Mon 14 Oct 2013, 12:22 pm

Sirhan's high-quality defense team:
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,838859,00.html
another TIME account:
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,838860,00.html
 
==============================
Looks like Mel was busy on Wikipedia at the end of April:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_F._Kennedy_assassination
34. "Behind Steel Doors". Time (1969-01-17). Retrieved on 2008-04-27.
35. "Selectivity In Los Angeles". Time (1969-01-31). Retrieved on 2008-04-27.
As recently as 2008, eyewitness John Pilger asserted his belief that there must have been a second
gunman.[53] During a reexamination of the case in 1975, the U.S. Supreme Court ordered expert
examination of the possibility of a second gun having been used, and the conclusion of the experts
was that there was little or no evidence to support this theory.[54]
More recently, analysis of audio recordings of the shootings taken by freelance reporter Stanislaw
Pruszynski appear, according to forensic expert Philip van Praag, to indicate that thirteen shots were
fired, even though Sirhan's gun held only eight rounds.[50] While this would strongly indicate a
second gunman, independent analysis by a series of other experts indicates that there are only eight
shots present on the tape.[55]
.........
53. "Democracy Now! Special: Robert F. Kennedy’s Life and Legacy 40 Years After His
Assassination".
54. "Robert F. Kennedy Assassination(Summary) - Part 1(b)". Retrieved on 2008-04-28.
55. Harrison, P. (2007) ‘Analysis of “The Pruszynski Tape”’ (report on recording of gunshots). In
Ayton, M., The Forgotten Terrorist: Sirhan Sirhan and the Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy.
Washington: Potomac Books.
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radio site link:
http://www.knx1070.com/RFK/2313745
 
 
If I remember right, this was a radio interview with RFK exiting after speech, then commotion after assassination -- how was there no recording of what happened in between?


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Post by dwdunn(akaDan) on Mon 14 Oct 2013, 12:31 pm

Well, that was about useless. Ya gotta subscribe (now) to read the first 2 TIME articles & the radio link goes elsewhere. Probably be a good idea in future to make sure of links before posting

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Post by dwdunn(akaDan) on Sun 03 Aug 2014, 7:50 pm

A few days ago I vented some frustration on the facebook page I made for my blog, mostly along the lines of it being the only reason I'd returned to facebook. (since I'm familiar with my family members for the most part) After thinking it over a bit I realized the real problem was that I'm not self-promoting enough  Go for it!   It's a little irrational to complain about lack of attention when you tend to hide your light under a bushel (as Jesus said; and he also said, "Dad would be a lot easier to believe in if it weren't for all the damn fossils.")

Anyway, the point is that I found that I was unable to clone Alan Dale in my lab, so I used my frustration constructively and wrote up a "tally sheet" of what I'd done on the blog over the past year. And to that end I will also post it here (in a thread I started without bothering to check to see if links that were several years old even worked anymore). And I do also hereby give to this thread a new name, which seems less offensive and sexist than my original idea of "Women's Bottoms ........ and MORE!" [also considered: "Come And Meet Some Sasquatch" and "The Cat-Stretching Endeavo(u)r"]

I will forthwith post any updates from my blog in this thread, and if anyone has any objections, complaints or comments please feel free to make them, now or any other time. I can't guarantee that there will always be a reply, due to the staff at the disposable being so busy, but still your voice will be heard and that's what really matters.

For the record, here's the tally sheet. Among other things, in the past year I have provided:



1.  the background of my involvement in researching recent history.

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2013/07/mullach-abu.html


2.  an introduction to the wide variety of influences on the mind of an accused assassin.

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2013/10/a-lot-on-his-mind.html


3.  a presentation of my discovery of what may be important persons of interest in the Robert Kennedy murder case.

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2013/11/i-wear-my-sunglasses-at-night-part-i.html


4.  some information relevant to that case which the Los Angeles Police Dept. did not pursue.

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2014/01/a-lot-on-his-mind-part-ii.html


5.  an introductory example of the manipulation of witness testimony on the part of the LAPD's polygraph examiner.

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2014/02/your-honor-witness-forgot-what-he-was.html


6.  a sustained presentation of evidence about a suspect in the RFK case and how the LAPD polygraph examiner went to extraordinary lengths to coerce the primary witness of that suspect to recant statements about it.

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2014/02/part-one-girl-in-polka-dot-dress-girl.html


7.  a summary of relevant aspects of the RFK case and some critical counterpoints to the official scenario.

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2014/03/dan-moldeas-killing-of-robert-f-kennedy.html


8.  a photograph accidentally taken just as the attack in the Ambassador Hotel pantry began.

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2014/03/bill-eppridge-photo-startled-shot-in.html


9.  a sustained presentation of evidence about a suspect in the case, a repeatedly interviewed male who bore some resemblance to the accused assassin and whose behavior was much more than a little suspicious the night of the attack and thereafter.

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2014/05/michael-wayne-poster-boy-for-intrigue.html


10.  an investigation of a person of interest in the case whose background was of much interest, whose behavior was suspicious, and who even provided a statement about witnessing the accused assassin and one probable accomplice.

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2014/05/muhammad-ali-mr-goody-khaibar-khan-and.html


11.  a sustained (and still ongoing) presentation of the public pronouncements made by a man regarded as the Voice of God by Far Right extremists and by a great many other extremely conservative white folks during the 1960's.

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2014/05/oh-what-joy.html


12.  a survey of how antisemitic ideas developed from and have been influenced by writings from early Christians who were well-removed from knowing Jesus on a first-name basis, including a friggin' critical analysis of evidence that a maniac obsessed with thoughts of violence got his paws all over the Gospel of Matthew.

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2014/07/christianity-and-antisemitism-part-i.html

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Post by dwdunn(akaDan) on Sun 03 Aug 2014, 8:26 pm

Today's update:  Nothing can be said about this one except that it's very, very bad.

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2014/08/bloodthirsty-hatred-and-unrighteousness.html

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Post by greg parker on Sun 03 Aug 2014, 9:30 pm

Thanks Dan,

I'll be writing a little bit about Sirhan in the third volume. I'm sure your work will be of some use to me, giving me further areas to consider.

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Post by greg parker on Sun 03 Aug 2014, 9:32 pm

"...Reopen Kennedy Case Forum (which is gaining a reputation for harboring people not rigid enough for polite society)."

 Worth a star

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Post by dwdunn(akaDan) on Mon 04 Aug 2014, 5:34 am

greg parker wrote:Thanks Dan,

I'll be writing a little bit about Sirhan in the third volume. I'm sure your work will be of some use to me, giving me further areas to consider.
Cool. Oddly enough, my stuff doesn't deal much with Sirhan as such; probably it's mostly of interest for a critique of the official investigation(s). Throwing vast amounts of evidentiary materials into an incinerator would be a fitting metaphor even if that hadn't also actually happened.

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Post by dwdunn(akaDan) on Mon 04 Aug 2014, 7:31 am

Thanks Stan. And I just noticed something: it's nice to know Jim DiEugenio remembers me so well.

Your friend,
Dwayne Dunn  farao


a lot of times I don't know why I even bother

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Post by steely dan on Mon 04 Aug 2014, 8:03 am

You bother because you care, Dan. Thanks for the links. Smell The Glove..... Spinal Tap?

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Post by greg parker on Mon 04 Aug 2014, 8:28 am

dwdunn(akaDan) wrote:Thanks Stan. And I just noticed something: it's nice to know Jim DiEugenio remembers me so well.

Your friend,
Dwayne Dunn  farao


a lot of times I don't know why I even bother
I assume Jim called you Dwayne recently? Don't be too hard on him, or take it too personally. Some people just aren't that good with names. I have a customer who calls me "Mr Malloy". Gave up trying to correct him after the first half dozen times...

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Post by Stan Dane on Mon 04 Aug 2014, 9:29 am

dwdunn(akaDan) wrote:Thanks Stan. And I just noticed something: it's nice to know Jim DiEugenio remembers me so well.

Your friend,
Dwayne Dunn  farao


a lot of times I don't know why I even bother
Where's this all going to end? Next thing you know people will be calling Alan "Steely Dane" and me "Stan Dan!"
 
If Charles Drago were here, he would solemnly, hand-on-chin, instruct us that the reason for all of our sins is that we have failed to "demonstrate" familiarity with the Evica-Drago model in all it of its detail and splendor. And how you, dw(ayne)dunn, once had the audacity to have as your avatar a brooding picture of yourself that too closely approximated the chosen pose of the Great One himself (to your credit, you repented). In fact, I think I'll henceforth refer to the Great One without using vowels: CH-RL-S DR-G-.
 
But that's as far as I'll go because I refuse to give a burnt offering so my comments will be "dismissed as reflections of deep and abiding ignorance." So let it be written, so let it be dunn done. (Pray for me.)
 
Shifting Drago bricks, I never knew you were the inspiration for a comic strip, Dan!


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Post by dwdunn(akaDan) on Thu 07 Aug 2014, 1:34 pm

To Alan(?):

"Big Bottom. Big Bottom. Talk about bumcakes, my girl's got 'em........."
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To Greg:

I was referenced that way in a first-page-appearing post made at DeepFooFoo that day, right alongside the properly-regarded Martin Hay. Not taking it personally would sound better if I were still a n00b, so it's just more of the same old shit in "the Conspiracy Research Community" ....... y'know.

But I really don't mind it so much now.

Still, I can't imagine what he sees in Dawn Jeffries and Don Meredith(not the QB).
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To Dam Stan(e):

I didn't know about it myself until a couple years ago, when my cousin gave me a book bought at a yard sale: Dan Dunn, Secret Operative 48 and the Gangsters' Frame-Up (Norman Marsh, 1937). Don't know why anyone would get the idea this was all a rip-off of Dick Tracy, since they looked nothing alike.

http://www.toonopedia.com/dandunn.htm

When I was a kid, a neighbor (hi Jill) was constantly pestering me about my name being in a different literary series:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danny_Dunn

By the way, your restraint re CH-RL-S DR-G- is commendable, as is your attendant refusal comprehensible; undoubtedly, thy offerings will be burnt in any event as thou approachest the bush that itself doth burn.

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Post by greg parker on Thu 07 Aug 2014, 1:50 pm

Timmy DiEugenio wrote:To Alan(?):

"Big Bottom. Big Bottom. Talk about bumcakes, my girl's got 'em........."
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To Greg:

I was referenced that way in a first-page-appearing post made at DeepFooFoo that day, right alongside the properly-regarded Martin Hay. Not taking it personally would sound better if I were still a n00b, so it's just more of the same old shit in "the Conspiracy Research Community" ....... y'know.

But I really don't mind it so much now.

Still, I can't imagine what he sees in Dawn Jeffries and Don Meredith(not the QB).
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To Dam Stan(e):

I didn't know about it myself until a couple years ago, when my cousin gave me a book bought at a yard sale: Dan Dunn, Secret Operative 48 and the Gangsters' Frame-Up (Norman Marsh, 1937). Don't know why anyone would get the idea this was all a rip-off of Dick Tracy, since they looked nothing alike.

http://www.toonopedia.com/dandunn.htm

When I was a kid, a neighbor (hi Jill) was constantly pestering me about my name being in a different literary series:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danny_Dunn

By the way, your restraint re CH-RL-S DR-G- is commendable, as is your attendant refusal comprehensible; undoubtedly, thy offerings will be burnt in any event as thou approachest the bush that itself doth burn.
Timmy,

Jim also said this about you in that same thread: They [you and Martin] also spoke up strongly. In fact, I personally congratulated Dwayne on one of the best posts I ever read there over this issue.


I think Stan Terlin probably got it right. What stuck in the mind from your previous username most was the "dw" at the start.

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Post by Stan Dane on Thu 07 Aug 2014, 2:23 pm

Timmy DiEugenio wrote:To Dam Stan(e):

I didn't know about it myself until a couple years ago, when my cousin gave me a book bought at a yard sale: Dan Dunn, Secret Operative 48 and the Gangsters' Frame-Up (Norman Marsh, 1937). Don't know why anyone would get the idea this was all a rip-off of Dick Tracy, since they looked nothing alike.

http://www.toonopedia.com/dandunn.htm

When I was a kid, a neighbor (hi Jill) was constantly pestering me about my name being in a different literary series:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danny_Dunn

By the way, your restraint re CH-RL-S DR-G- is commendable, as is your attendant refusal comprehensible; undoubtedly, thy offerings will be burnt in any event as thou approachest the bush that itself doth burn.
"Dam Stan(e)"

 lol!   You're killing me, Timmy!

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Post by dwdunn(akaDan) on Thu 07 Aug 2014, 8:56 pm

greg parker wrote:Timmy,

Jim also said this about you in that same thread: They [you and Martin] also spoke up strongly. In fact, I personally congratulated Dwayne on one of the best posts I ever read there over this issue.

I think Stan Terlin probably got it right. What stuck in the mind from your previous username most was the "dw" at the start.
Anything's possible, Greg. It was nice of him to personally congratulate me, and I thanked him for it: first, via one of the two PM proxies he used to relay his message at EF; second, openly here at this forum -- to make sure he'd receive my thanks in case he hadn't otherwise. Which he said he hadn't, as it turned out, probably due to the proxy himself being booted around that time; or maybe due to my loss very shortly afterwards to all EF hospitalities -- this time more final, as I would get a verrry strange looking bunch of jumbled-up computer code instead of a log-in page. (It's almost as if John was trying to tell me something)

I suppose I could argue the point further, along the lines of having "(akaDan)" at the end of my username here; or how my full name was my username for 7 whole years at both the EF and Lancer; or how the malapropism was more typical of a certain loyer ......... or even how my recollection is that I was congratulated for having written one of the best posts ever at that forum, not just "over [that] issue."

But that would just be a bunch of ego talkin'

Always saw myself as more of a helper and kid brother type than a Leader in this community anyway. So like I said, I'm good with it now.

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Post by dwdunn(akaDan) on Thu 07 Aug 2014, 8:58 pm

Raising the age-old question: whose god is man enough to win in a fight?

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2014/08/a-god-created-in-our-own-image.html



The American Spectator observes: "I guess it would depend on whether it's a fair fight or not. If one's unarmed and the other's got a military assault rifle, I'd have to pick the one with the rifle. Seems logical........ And wouldn't it be cool if kids got to grow up in a world where God Himself advocates the worship of weapons; it would sorta make a school shooting an educational epiphany...... Well, probably not for the ones that got murdered, of course. They'd be dead, wouldn't they."

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Post by Terry W. Martin on Fri 08 Aug 2014, 12:03 am

Timmy DiEugenio wrote:To Dam Stan(e):

When I was a kid, a neighbor (hi Jill) was constantly pestering me about my name being in a different literary series:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danny_Dunn

[dw]Timmy,

Please don't tell me you're NOT that Danny Dunn!

I was hoping to drop by later and borrow your homework machine. (The honey-do list has gotten quite long and I could use a little help.

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Post by dwdunn(akaDan) on Sat 09 Aug 2014, 9:48 pm

A blast from the past.

"Out Of Sequence, The Return Of A Prior Indictment"

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Post by Terry W. Martin on Sun 10 Aug 2014, 1:16 am

dwTim_viv_whatever wrote:A few days ago I vented some frustration on the facebook page I made for my blog, mostly along the lines of it being the only reason I'd returned to facebook. (since I'm familiar with my family members for the most part) After thinking it over a bit I realized the real problem was that I'm not self-promoting enough  Go for it!   It's a little irrational to complain about lack of attention when you tend to hide your light under a bushel (as Jesus said; and he also said, "Dad would be a lot easier to believe in if it weren't for all the damn fossils.")

Anyway, the point is that I found that I was unable to clone Alan Dale in my lab, so I used my frustration constructively and wrote up a "tally sheet" of what I'd done on the blog over the past year. And to that end I will also post it here (in a thread I started without bothering to check to see if links that were several years old even worked anymore). And I do also hereby give to this thread a new name, which seems less offensive and sexist than my original idea of "Women's Bottoms ........ and MORE!" [also considered: "Come And Meet Some Sasquatch" and "The Cat-Stretching Endeavo(u)r"]

Dwayne (if I may be so bold),

I too suffer from the irrationality of complaining over lack of attention because I lack the necessary skills of self-promotion so vital to the world of marketing. After writing thirty-five volumes and seeing sales of as much as five in one month, many would probably toss in the towel, but I seem to be somewhat below that intellectual threshold - continuing to add more fodder to the list and not bothering with the sales.

Perhaps I labor under a fallacy that eventually someone somewhere will notice and the sales ticker will spike upward at some point. But, realistically speaking, I really don't care. It would be nice to roll around in buckets of cash (... metaphorically speaking, of course, as the act would most assuredly be unhygienic) and have to fend off the adoring crowds whenever I dashed into the local 7-11 for a Slurpee or something, but when it comes down to it I am really writing all this stuff for me.

Sure, I hope someone gets something from reading the crap (metaphorically speaking) but the process is really about creating what I feel called to create. If someone else enjoys it, so much the better. But I really suppose I write as much as I do for therapy. I have blogs and I have a facebook page for the publishing but I really don't have the time to spend shamelessly promoting myself and my works like I probably should in order to become a "successful author". I sometimes wonder if that is even something to shoot for. (Maybe get an invite to be on Leno's show or something?)

I worked in Hollywood years ago and often heard about how shameless those in the acting profession were about parading their egos. It is the nature of the industry, however, and those who do not push themselves continuously are soon without work.

That's why they all hire publicists.

And perhaps that's why I distrust so much of what the MSM prints. Many self-promoters really do not have much substance... they are too busy self-promoting.

Anyway, enough rambling on my end. I enjoy reading your stuff. Insightful and thought-provoking. Even if you do not actually talk enough about "Women's Bottoms ........ and MORE!" or Sasquatch.

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Post by greg parker on Sun 10 Aug 2014, 7:56 am

Well rambled, Terry.

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Re: Smell The Glove

Post by steely dan on Sun 10 Aug 2014, 9:49 am

Womans bottoms Terry...

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Re: Smell The Glove

Post by Terry W. Martin on Sun 10 Aug 2014, 10:25 am

Thanks, steely(aka Alan).

I needed that.

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Re: Smell The Glove

Post by dwdunn(akaDan) on Thu 14 Aug 2014, 2:57 am

This is probably very important. Really.

http://xefdisposable.blogspot.com/2014/08/power-in-word-pray-for-god-to-remove.html

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Re: Smell The Glove

Post by dwdunn(akaDan) on Sun 17 Aug 2014, 5:49 pm

A little public gloating once the threat was over.

"Everyone Rushed To His Funeral"

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