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Buck

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I'm not sure Assange will release actual documents, should he release anything, but I fully believe the US and the world ( whoever cares outside the USA) have the right to know everything in all the files. As long as the source material can be vetted as legit., I want to read the unredacted versions. Also, the interviews with the young strong men dressed like " hobos" behind the grassy knoll, one of whom was a known hitman. The Parkland Hospital full medical record, the Bethesda autopsy, and the differences, which we have never fully known. The Tippett true story is likely going to be important, or that's what most of us who still care in N. Texas think. Crumbs likely lead right to LBJ. Read Billie Sol Estes' book, he was an insider in LBJ circle and cabinet ( and a wheeler dealer). .


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Mob hitman who says he was the man on the grassy knoll and killed JFK will be released - and he still insists he did it

Mob hitman James Files stands by claims he was the man responsible for President John F.

James Files (pictured), 72, who claims he was the one who assassinated President John F. Kennedy in 1963 (right) has been moved to a less secure jail in Illinois in preparation for his release next Spring. Files claims there was a conspiracy between the mafia and the CIA to kill Kennedy after the Bay of Pigs Invasion. Such claims could lead to Files being called to Washington to give a testimony under oath.

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MUCH ABOUT HISTORY

NEW JFK ASSASSINATION THEORY: CUBAN DOUBLE AGENT LED PLOT

Secret diaries of Cold War spy, assassin implicates another clandestine figure

(New York Post) More than 50 years after President John F. Kennedy was gunned down in Dallas, new evidence uncovered in the secret diaries of a Cold War spy and assassin implicates another clandestine figure believed to be working as a double agent for Cuba, an explosive new book claims.

The never-before-revealed diaries of Douglas DeWitt Bazata, a decorated officer for the United States Office of Strategic Services — the forerunner of the Central Intelligence Agency — claim that his longtime close friend and fellow spy, René Alexander Dussaq, was a “primary organizer and plotter” of Kennedy’s assassination on Nov. 22, 1963.

The diaries reveal that Dussaq might even have fired the fatal “shot or shots” that killed the 35th president of the United States, according to author Robert K. Wilcox’s latest book, “Target: JFK, The Spy Who Killed Kennedy?,” which goes on sale Nov. 14.



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Was this reporter killed because she was writing a tell-all about JFK's assassination? New book claims New Orleans Mafia Don masterminded murder because she was going to implicate him

Was this reporter killed because she was writing a tell-all about JFK's assassination?

On November 8, 1965, newspaper columnist and TV game show star Dorothy Kilgallen (left) was found dead of an alleged drug overdose in her Manhattan townhouse. Her death reportedly came just weeks before a trip she had planned to New Orleans to meet with a secret informant relating to an 18-month investigation she was conducting about John F Kennedy's assassination for a tell-all book. A medical examiner at the time ruled her death accidental, caused by a combination of sleeping pills and alcohol, and the case was closed. But lawyer and author Mark Shaw believes Kilgallen was the victim of foul play orchestrated by a mobster (Mafia Don Carlos Marcello pictured right) who feared her tell-all book would accuse him of being the mastermind behind Kennedy's assassination (pictured inset center). Shaw, author of The Reporter Who Knew Too Much (inset bottom left), is calling for a full investigation into Kilgallen's death, charging that her death was a homicide and was covered up, and that the main suspect still remains at large. The book is out on December 6.



Nurse claims JFK had another bullet lodged in body after assassination 

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New CIA documents show Oswald visited Soviets, Cubans before Kennedy assassination...
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Note from Bob: {I remember exactly where I was. Second grade, walking to meet my Mom at the town laundry-mat, and as soon as I entered, she told me that President Kennedy was shot.- I was young, but remember it vividly}


STRATFORD -- The sky was gray and cloudy, the wind turbulent on the cold November afternoon that George Mihai made his way out to Stratford Point 47 years ago.

The conditions matched the mood of the nation that had buried its beloved, young president three days before. "It was a dreary day," said Mihai, 86, who had left his home in Bridgeport on that Thanksgiving afternoon on Nov. 28, 1963 to find a place for quiet reflection. He, like so many other Americans, was shaken to the core by the assassination of President John F. Kennedy as his motorcade traveled through Dealey Plaza in Dallas on Nov. 22.

"You can't really escape the feeling of that day. Almost everybody you looked at was crying," said Mihai, who resides in Hamden. Mihai was working as a weigh master clerk at the city's west side incinerator when he learned JFK was shot.

There was irony in Mihai's choice of Stratford Point to seek tranquility in the midst of tragedy. The place where he parked to look out on the peaceful scene of the Stratford Point Lighthouse and Long Island Sound was the property that housed the Remington Gun Club. It hadn't crossed his mind. Like Kennedy, Mihai had served in the U.S. Navy and is a veteran of World War II. He turned to the sea for solace and to the lighthouse as a beacon of hope in that dark hour.

Mihai was an amateur artist at the time, who later became a professional embroiderer. He did work on jackets for "The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds," directed by Paul Newman and filmed in Bridgeport, and embroidered plaques for Bridgeport mayors John MandaniciNick Panuzio. and

He brought with him to Stratford Point a canvas and paints. "On top of the lighthouse was a weathervane, which looked like a cross," Mihai said. "It also pointed out a direction, a course to follow," he said, which gave him comfort.

Later that night, President Lyndon Johnson served as the weathervane of the mourning country, saying, in part, in his Thanksgiving message "A great leader is dead; a great Nation must move on. Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or to lose. I am resolved that we shall win the tomorrows before us. So I ask you to join me in that resolve, determined that from this midnight of tragedy, we shall move toward a new American greatness."

 

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