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Dealey Plaza UK Canterbury 2018 Seminar

On Fri the 27th the missus and I made our way to Canterbury to attend the 16th DPUK Canterbury seminar. I had a two hour presentation to give on the Saturday and also had scheduled two interviews, one with Malcolm Blunt and the other with John Newman on Sunday. Besides that I managed to get Jim DiEugenio to do his “JFK and his foreign policy” talk. We had some rain but other than that it was ok. Barry Keane and I shared a flat in the centre of Canterbury and we joined the rest of the posse (about a dozen at that time) in the pub for a couple of pints and from thereon we made our way to Pinocchio’s an Italian restaurant where Dealey Plaza UK has been going on the evening before the seminar ever since organising it in in Canterbury.

I myself left a bit earlier than the rest and managed to get really drunk at the flat in the time span of one hour, it took me by surprise to say the least. Waking up the next morning and not remembering how I got to bed at all was already the first indicator of a raging hangover that lasted pretty much all day. And it was not just me, Barry Keane who had the honours of doing the very first talk felt it too ;) But we managed to pull through, there was simply too much at stake. I myself felt like Richard Nixon with that sweaty patch just above my lips and had to wipe it several times while the booze was making its way out through my pores.

Professional indeed….

The whole weekend was great fun and obviously flew by rather quick. I enjoyed the entire program and could I do 4-5 days of this? Easy!

I would like to thank Stuart Galloway, DPUK’s outgoing secretary, for setting the seminar up like he has been doing for the past decade, he did a marvellous job. Thank you Stuart for everything you have done!

Thanks to all the speakers as well for sharing your time and knowledge to us.

 

 

The audio of the above interview of Malcolm can also be heard at the The Lone Gunman Podcast with an intro by yours truly.

The John Newman video will be inserted in a few days. But the Lone Gunman Podcast of the audio of this telephone interview can be listened to HERE.

Buell Wesley Frazier’s polygraph

There are quite a few things from the JFK Assassination that have gone missing; many original films, photographs and negatives have disappeared. So have documents which were held for decades under lock and key (like the 50 odd interviews of Oswald’s Marine Core buddies). And of course documents held by the law enforcement agencies. Buell Wesley Frazier’s polygraph is obviously one of them.

While talking with Rob Clark of the Lone Gunman Podcast he pointed me to the polygraph documents of Buell Wesley Frazier at NARA. I paid $40.00 to have the files scanned and sent to me hoping to see the polygraph of Buell Wesley Frazier, instead I got hold of the documentation detailing the search and requests for the actual polygraph and where everyone contacted passed the buck. And then the paper bag Oswald was supposed to have brought alongside with him makes an entry, which I don’t care much about.

Bit of a waste of money and time really, not the first time and surely not the last.

 

Oswald DPD Corridor Wade Press Conference Beckley and the TSBD all by Jim Murray.

This is an interesting set by Jim Murray. First we have Oswald being led down the corridor, then we see him on his way to a line up. Then three shots of Wade’s press conference, and then Murray must have gotten up early on the 23rd and started shooting the T.S.B.D. from all possible angles. The Hertz sign displays a time of 7:43 am. And two shots of the Beckley residence.

All photos Jim Murray BlackStar. All scans by ROKC of the Richard E. Sprague archive at the National Archives in Wa.

 

Anatomy Of Lee Harvey Oswald’s Interrogations

For those not knowing: I have been in the hospital a lot. I had eleven (!) operations on my foot from June 8th and in that period I was either in a hospital bed or heavily sedated in bed at home. I used this time period mainly to work on the next paper, when I had the clarity and will power to do so. Glad I did spend all that time on it, as it turned out to be much of a bigger mission than originally anticipated. The amount of ‘players’ of various law enforcement agencies involved and the legal side of this subject proved to be daunting tasks to take care of.

Just over 300 pages and filled to the brim with documentation, photographs and links to many videos about the many participants inside the D.P.D. bureau while Lee Oswald was in custody and being interrogated. Originally believed that there was not much around and that this would be the thinnest chapter of the 4, but due to the many people involved its size increased considerably and a picture has manifested itself nevertheless. And that is the main point of this excercise, to show a better overall picture of this particular situation inside the JFK Assassination.

You can download the Anatomy Of Lee Harvey Oswald’s Interrogations paper: HERE.

And it is mirrored at the DPUK website HERE. Thank you Bernard Wilds/webmaster of the DPUK site.

48 MB big!!

 

Can anyone give Lee Oswald a voice?

Is there anyone out there who is able to tell me what Lee Oswald is saying in the videos below?

I cannot recall having ever seen these videos with his audio attached to it.

And here the same sequence, longer and from a slightly different angle.

 

 

Then there is another sequence of Oswald being escorted with no audio.

If you are able to help, then please email me at meetthelonegunman at gmail.com.

 

Thank you.

ROKC Conference 2017

On Nov 18th Greg Parker will hold the second ROKC Conference, and I will be speaking at it, either through Skype or pre- recorded video. I will be talking about Oswald’s alibi and all the other shenanigans surrounding his interrogations. For more info and how to get tickets please go here. Obviously I am biased but this program is rock solid.

A one day event with speakers covering many aspects of the JFK assassination. The focus is on new evidence and the push to reopen the case and have it treated as any other cold case. Local speakers include Phil Hopley who is currently working on a book about the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, Greg Poulgrain from the Sunshine Coast University, author and expert on JFK Indonesian policy, Colin Crow, an academic from Adelaide and an expert in the first day evidence, and Greg R. Parker, author of Lee Harvey Oswald’s Cold War who will provide new evidence not yet released to the public. Via skype from the UK we have Bart Kamp who has done extensive work on Oswald’s alibi and the photographic evidence supporting it, Gokay Hasan Yusuf from Melbourne will talk to us about one of Oswald’s captors, Officer Jerry Hill, and giving our Keynote Speech is internationally renowned author Peter Dale Scott

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Dale_Scott

A documentary called The Searchers about the early critics of the Warren Commission will be shown during lunch.

https://www.thesearchersfilm.com/