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X-Mas 2018 update

Merry X-Mas everyone, hope you are all having a joyful time with your closest ones.

I was going to release an update to The Interrogations of Lee Harvey Oswald, but that is a bit on the back burner for about a month or so. I hope to be able to do it by end of Jan. 2018. At this stage there are already 45 pages extra, but I need to work more on a few chapters and I am awaiting some more stuff which I’d like to include once I get my hands on it. It’ll be worth the wait ;)

There is also another update to the Anatomy Of The Second Floor Lunch Room Encounter coming early next year. Only about thirteen extra pages this time.

Hugh Aynesworth and Paul Barger

Here is a rather revealing FBI Document ID-ing Paul Barger of the DPD as confidential informant for the FBI and also brings up Hugh Aynesworth up in a rather unfavourable light. And that is not for the first time. When is someone actually going to confront Hugh Aynesworth and his actions?

There is quite a discussion going on about this at the Education Forum.

Thanks to Malcolm Blunt for snail mailing it to me.

Prayer Man The Movie 2 years later

Yesterday two years ago I uploaded The Prayer Man movie, it has managed to be seen just under 108,000 times. That averages roughly just over 1,000 views per week! An amazing result for which I have to thank everyone who took the effort to go through it all. It is a lot of info to digest in 100 minutes.

I have said that there will be a follow up and there is still none, but I will start working on it over the next few weeks and then it will be released in shorter instalments as 2 years later there is even more information to divulge.

Thanks again for watching and sharing!!!

 

November 2017 links

Jack Ruby told FBI informant to “watch the fireworks” day JFK died: Documents.

New JFK documents suggest CIA had ‘very intensive’ interest in Oswald before assassination: Fifth Estate.

Oswald mock trial drop box of CLE course materials.

Robert Lee Oswald has died.

The Intelligence Community Flips Off America by Dan Hardway.

Phillip Shennon – A Cruel and Shocking Twist by Bill Kelly.

Jackie believed Lyndon B. Johnson had John F. Kennedy killed.

CIA tried to kill Fidel Castro with poison pen on day of JFK’s assassination.

Jack Ruby Friend, Jail Visitor Breaks Silence After 50 Years-Nov. 2013.

The mysteries that hide the secret reports of Kennedy’s assassination.

A huge trove of JFK assassination files reveal [REDACTED].

JFK documents shed light on Fort Worth’s David Atlee Phillips.

JFK assassination files set for release, but what they reveal remains a mystery.

Jacob Hornberger on the Ongoing JFK Cover Up.

Publication Spotlight: Conversations with Greg R. Parker by Alan Dale.

2017 Document Releases by Rex Bradford.

THE JFK FILES: NEW LIGHT ON OSWALD AND MEXICO CITY.

Oliver Stone on Release of JFK Assassination Files: ‘Trump Got Rolled’ by ‘Deep State’.

The Unsinkable Marguerite Oswald. From Sept. 1964.

Jefferson Morley talked about his book The Ghost, in which he recounts the life of the late CIA official James Angleton.

MWN Episode 031 – Robert Groden and the JFK Assassination.

How Angleton began to closely monitor Lee Harvey Oswald in November 1959 by Jeff Morley.

Inside a Lifelong Obsession With the Kennedy Assassination..

JFK, Oswald and the Raleigh connection.

Scene Of The Crime. From Dec. 1990.

 

 

Billy Lovelady the Doorway Man

Here is an article from the New York Herald Tribune which has been quoted from many times in various articles, here is the chance to read the whole article and its pix in full. It was published in the NYHT May 24th 1964. Great read actually, and this was pubbed before the Warren Report was issued.

 

Add on Dec 13th:

From Larry Sneed’s No More Silence

In May 1964, while the Warren Report was still being assembled, Don Bonafede, a reporter for the now defunct New York Herald Tribune, called me from here in town and said that he was in Dallas to do a story on a very controversial photograph I had made at the time the President was assassinated. All he wanted to know, he said, was the information I had already given the
authorities, and he would be satisfied with that information. I told him that no authorities had questioned me, including the Warren Commission people. “That’s my story!” he shouted. Of course, he was referring to the picture showing the questionable person, story set the authorities to work, and eventually even the FBI sent two men to visit and interview me. What had happened was that Bonafede’s story was picked up by columnists all across the country who then began asking if other witnesses had been overlooked like the photographer who was only fifteen feet from the limousine when Kennedy was killed.

Tippit

Dealey Plaza UK had one of its meets at The Flying Horse again, and we had a jolly good time beers flowed and the subject was Tippit.

Funny how things go. Joseph McBride’s book Into The Nightmare is the best book on this subject and I read it 3-4 years ago, but what I had forgotten about is that McBride had interviewed Jim Leavelle and what he said is most interesting and naturally I will add these quotes to the 2nd paper Anatomy Of Oswald’s Interrogations. Leavelle is sinking deeper and deeper if you read what is below and in my paper.

When asked by McBride why Oswald was not arraigned for the killing of J.F.K. Leavelle replied:

“Now the thing was, the Captain (Will Fritz, the Head of Homicide, who was running the interrogation of Oswald) asked me if I had enough to make a case on him for the Tippit killing. And I said, ”Oh yeah. I got plenty on that.” I had him identified by about three or four people. And so Cap said, “Well go ahead and make a tight case on him in case we have trouble making this one on the presidential shooting.” “So that was one reason he was arraigned early on the Tippit shooting. But I was thinking that we also arraigned him somewhere down the line on the shooting of the president. But I wouldn’t swear to that offhand.”  (P.235/236).

When asked how his department had reacted to the shooting of the president Leavelle said: “As the old saying goes back then, “it was no different than a South Dallas nigger killin’” When you get right down to it – because it was just another murder inside the city lines of Dallas that we could handle. It was just another murder to me. And I have handled hundreds of ‘em. So it wasn’t no big deal.” (P 240).