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The very best...Summers is right on
by JTJFK on Thu, Sep 27, 2007, 4:46 PM GMT (#1670)
Comment on document: Conspiracy
This is the most clearly informative book ever written on the placement of DEFENSE of OSwald and the fact that Oswald was a CIA plant in the days of the "experimental" spy programs which the CIA and ONI had set up. Summers shows without doubt that Oswald was trained while in the Marine Corps and put into situations which would prove both him and the plan to use him and bring him in out of the cold. Exhaustive and brilliant...the whole book could be used in court anywhere. Too bad Lee was caught in the middle when Johnson's men started shooting. Also shows Marina Oswald very probably was KGB or at least something similar.
 
...Jim Garrison...
by JTJFK on Mon, Nov 13, 2006, 7:36 PM GMT (#1506)
Comment on document: A Farewell To Justice
I consider Jim Garrison to be a national hero...
 
The adherence to real justice
by JTJFK on Mon, Nov 13, 2006, 7:33 PM GMT (#1505)
Comment on document: A Farewell To Justice
Anyone knows that only one trial was ever launched describing a conspiracy to assasinate JFK. What most people don't know is that all of the opposition to a trial for Oswald and others came from the US government officials under Johnson. Their job was to STOP any kind of investigation outside of the designated areas, namely the FBI and the Warren Commission. People like Gerald Ford went out of their way to maintain the power to hold down the seekers of truth and justice and the more they went after Lee Oswald the less guilty he was. the very idea that a suspect in this murder could be killed in the presence of at least 50 police, all armed, was beyond anyone's imagination...and simply because of that, it was set by the folks who needed Oswald dead immediately. For those of us who look, still today, for the truth, and get it, we have the one thing that the WC can't stop: a ravenous public which wants the truth. they can't kill 300 million people and shut them up. We can still put together all the materials and all the photos and all the pages and come up with a trial that exonerates Lee Oswald and names a conspiracy of the Presidential circle to rid America's power people of JFK, a man way ahead of his time and one destined to mark this century with indelible ink. We shall march on and never give up.
 
Prouty was and is a national hero...
by JTJFK on Sun, Sep 10, 2006, 3:39 PM GMT (#1468)
Comment on document: JFK: The CIA, Vietnam, and the Plot to Assassinate JFK
Prouty puts more in these many pages than even the Presidents and the congress could ever get out of a thousand witnesses. His explanation for the beginning and end of the Viet War is amazing, things people in general just don't know or have even though about, but happened and right in front of us. Allen Dulles and Gerald Ford are still arch criminals in my mind and both are included here along with NIxon. This, coupled with "Blood, Money and Power", is all we need to show who killed John Kennedy. Lots of money and lots of power in a few men, hire a known bunch of hit men and it's done. God help them, they're gonna need it.
 
Warren Commission...nothing more.
by JTJFK on Tue, May 16, 2006, 5:17 PM GMT (#1407)
Comment on document: Conspiracy of One
I wish I didn't have to say things like this but...this book is a waste of your time. Moore "concludes" that "Oswald" acted alone and you have to believe him because he has put in 20 plus years of research and that is what he found. Inasmuch as "Oswald" did nothing and wasn't even involved doesn't mean anything to him...especially the rules of evidence. Things like passing a parafin test and the shells which were recovered from the Tippit murder site came from an autoloader( Poe and Hill testimony) and the bullets recovered could not be identified as coming from Oswald's revolver mean as little to him as Gerald Ford altering evidence and ignoring testimony.
 
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