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by Anonymous on Tue, Oct 6, 2009, 4:55 AM GMT (#1788)
Comment on document page: Commission Document 1 - FBI Summary Report, Pg 9
At 12:30pm at the end of March or the beginning of April in Dallas Texas, shadows are not as long as the shadows are in this picture. Another picture, taken within moments this shot does not reveal the shadow cast by one of the posts in the background behind Lee. Marina testified she took one picture, then two, then acknowledged she must have taken a *third in succession during a brief stint on a Sunday as she was hanging laundry. *A third photograph, similar to this one and one other, was discovered later.
How is this possible?
by Anonymous on Wed, Aug 5, 2009, 4:14 AM GMT (#1770)
Comment on Site Section: JFK Assassination
for those who believe all CT's are nuts, LBJ demanded that the President of CBS not air his comments regarding his belief that there was a conspiracy. Robert McNeil isn't exactly chopped liver and he was there. He cites the reality of a host of conspiracies conceived and carried out by a variety government officials, the mob and others. Bertrand Russell, the hero of intellectual elitists and secularists of the last century, raised about 16 tough questions challenging the Warren Commission findings. If Oswald wanted glory and fame, if his motivation to assassinate JFK emerged from his deep psychological needs to prove his greatness, why didn't he brag about his participation? He had pulled off some impressive shooting, too. He would have stuck his face in every camera in Dallas and demanded full credit.
American Grotesque -- Forgotten Gem
by Anonymous on Tue, Jul 28, 2009, 12:39 AM GMT (#1768)
Comment on document: American Grotesque
An often-overlooked book about the Garrison probe\trial of Clay Shaw. Skip the first quarter of the book which mostly deals with jury -select-ion. More than any work I've seen, Jim Kirkwood captures the surreal and absurd atmosphere of the trial. Kirkwood picks sides. He's no dispassionate journalist. But that gives the book emotional energy.
by Anonymous on Sat, May 2, 2009, 11:00 AM GMT (#1760)
Even if it is for one cryptonym, mff should, create an index entry for the, at least one crypt, for ER; as in ERACERB-1, as one day soon, every crypt should be deciphered. ie a chain is as strong as its weakest link.
Kirknewton Intercepts
by Anonymous on Fri, Mar 27, 2009, 12:47 PM GMT (#1753)
Comment on document page: Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 11, Issue 3, Pg 35
There is a 589 page NSA Document, which is available perhaps on the NSA website, which appear to reference the KIRKNEWTON INTERCEPTS, in PROJECT SABRE what makes this notable is that a person is mentioned by name......the name is Sergeant Nicholas B. Stevenson, USAF Signed Thurthton Thithertinton
180-10087-10281 Dallas Conspiracy 395 pages
by Anonymous on Thu, Feb 12, 2009, 7:51 AM GMT (#1750)
Comment on Mary's Database Record: SCOTT, PETER
Is this document on the mary ferrell site, if so, there should be a link listed on the front page as the book is probably one of the most important assassination books ever written. Rex Rexroth
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