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No, it s a theory
by GeorgeBailey on Sat, Dec 5, 2009, 10:59 PM GMT (#1827)
Comment on document: Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 12, Issue 2
For it to be a fact Bugolisi has to do just that, ignore the facts. Just as this shill ignored Russell Kent s article explaining what the facts really are. One must beware of Mr. Bugliosi as he not an objective investigator in the case. He s the ultimate cherry picker, ignoring anything that doesn t fit in the Warren Report s conclusion of a lone gunman. Not to mention he was sued for slander in the early 70 s and settled at $12,500. You want to believe the word of proven liar go ahead.
 
FERRELLNOTMARY'S comment
by Weatherman on Mon, Nov 30, 2009, 3:04 AM GMT (#1820)
Comment on Site Section: JFK Assassination
I don't assume to be an expert on Kennedy's assassination. Have always felt the "fix was in." I was ten years old at the time of JFK's assassination and have been interested in and studied it, ever since. There are just to many inconsistencies in the Warren Commission's "official" version of what took place. Have always felt Oswald was exactly what he said he was, when he said: "I'm just a patsy."
 
Spanish Civil War Professors
by larrydaley on Sun, Nov 29, 2009, 11:58 PM GMT (#1819)
Comment on document page: Foreign Relations of the United States, 1958-1960, Volume VI: Cuba, Pg 133
It is my understanding that at this time Raul had already gathered a number of Marxist Professors who were Spanish nationals and who had been active for the Republic in the Spanish Civil War.
 
It is this kind of action that made Opteka suspicious of Wieland
by larrydaley on Sun, Nov 29, 2009, 11:35 PM GMT (#1818)
Comment on document page: Foreign Relations of the United States, 1958-1960, Volume VI: Cuba, Pg 110
It is a history of this kind of action that made Otto Opteka suspicious of Wieland. Wieland with his vast experience in Cuba since 1933 and also during the Bogotazo in 1948 was clearly in a position to know by this time that Castro was an activist with extremely strong ties to the communists.
 
Did These may have included the feared Angel S nchez Mosquera
by larrydaley on Sun, Nov 29, 2009, 11:23 PM GMT (#1817)
Comment on document page: Foreign Relations of the United States, 1958-1960, Volume VI: Cuba, Pg 109
One wonders if these MAP forces included those lead by Angel S nchez Mosquera. If so this would be most interesting since this much feared unit was mainly chasing after Fidel and Guevara.
 
B-26 I saw the bombing with B-26
by larrydaley on Sun, Nov 29, 2009, 7:57 PM GMT (#1815)
Comment on document page: Foreign Relations of the United States, 1958-1960, Volume VI: Cuba, Pg 19
I observed the bombing with B-26 of Pino del Agua(II). From my point of view in the upper Bayamo River Valley, it seemed most impressive, but apparently not very effective. It is my understanding that Francisco Rodriguez Tamayo "El Mejicano) and possibly Rene Cuervo (have to check execution date)were involved
 
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