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Agent Kinny's death bed confession.

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Agent Kinny's death bed confession.

Post by Frankie Vegas on Mon 25 Nov 2013, 11:03 am

http://www.bobtuskin.com/2013/11/21/breaking-jfk-ss-agents-death-bed-confession/


After this conversation, Sam began to share information with Gary that he had never shared with anyone before. Several points of interest were the following:

The grassy knoll rifle shot: Sam stated to Gary L. Loucks that he had “no doubt that a shot came from the grassy knoll and it did happen just as many witnesses described. He said “ I saw it (the smoke) and heard it (the sound of the rifle shot). He never admitted this information to any of his family or other friends and always maintained that it never really happened.

Sam stated to Gary that he was never interviewed nor debriedfed after the assassination by the FBI or the CIA and he thought that to be amazing and unbelievable as he was a witness to this event.

Sam stated to Gary that he found the undamaged and intact bullet in question in the Presidential limo and that he in fact did place it on the President’s stretcher along with a piece of the President’s skull simultaneously at the Parkland Memorial Hospital. The bullet (CE-399) has been a very controversial piece of evidence and under much scrutiny and termed the “magic bullet.”

Also, there is a photo that shows a Secret Service Agent standing over the President’s limo with a bucket at his feet who was seen washing out the back of the car. Sam stated to Gary that he was that agent.

He shared with Gary that he did that in order to protect the image of the President, whom he was very protective of and didn’t want the nation to see him like that and one of his responsibilities was that of maintaining the cars.

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Re: Agent Kinny's death bed confession.

Post by Frankie Vegas on Mon 25 Nov 2013, 8:26 pm

It was hard to take this seriously. I wish they would have had Vince Palamara talking about this.

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Re: Agent Kinny's death bed confession.

Post by Hasan Yusuf on Mon 25 Nov 2013, 8:30 pm

Thanks for sharing this, Frankie. I can believe that Kinney saw a puff of smoke from the area of the grassy knoll, but I don't believe he picked up Ce399 from the limo and placed it on a stretcher. Far too much evidence against it, and besides, if a bullet really did hit the President in the back and then stop, he most certainly would have been knocked forward from the transfer of momentum from the bullet.

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Re: Agent Kinny's death bed confession.

Post by Hasan Yusuf on Mon 25 Nov 2013, 8:33 pm

To clarify my thoughts on the back wound, I believe that it was from a bullet fragment which deflected upwards off the road pavement after a bullet struck.

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