Skip to comments.VANITY - Interesting article for Kennedy conspiracy buffs
Posted on 12/11/2001 2:43:05 PM PST by Bill Rice
....At the time Col. Prouty retired from the U.S. Air Force, in 1964, he was the liaison between the Secretary of Defence and the CIA Director, Allen Dulles. Prouty was in a unique position to perceive what was going on in the CIA and what pressures were on President Kennedy. On frequent occasions, Prouty would work out of the home of Secretary of State John Foster Dulles with the Dulles brothers on fast breaking world affairs. Allen Dulles was the CIA Director that John Kennedy fired after the Bay of Pigs fiasco who sat on the WARREN COMMISSION. All knowledgeable researchers place the Dulles brothers within the circle of the conspirators.
If we only knew then, what we do now, it would have been easy to identify the other conspirators. Lyndon Johnson lived across the street from J. Edger Hoover for 22 years in Washington D.C. Johnson was associated with Jack Ruby in Dallas. Hoover attended the meeting at the Clint Murcheson ranch, along with Richard Nixon and high ranking military, where the last minute details of the assassination were worked out. Richard Nixon first told the FBI he did not remember where he was when JFK was murdered. Then he said he was in Dallas but flew out an hour before the shooting. He lied. Executives at the PEPSICO meeting attended by Nixon related that not only was Nixon there when the shooting happened but Nixon was the only person who wanted to go on working after the shocking news of the President's death.
At the street level below these conspirators we find the CIA Bay of Pigs operatives Frank Sturgus, Jack Youngblood and E. Howard Hunt being photographed in the famous "tramp photos". These three suspects were arrested in a boxcar which was parked behind the grassy knoll picket fence over which the fatal shot was fired. These 3 assassins were released after 15 minutes by the FBI without being finger printed, photographed or identified and were last seen leaving Dallas in a police squad car. As a litmus test, any documentary which omits these photos is probably a fraud. These photos have never been shown by the mass media to the American public.
I didn't post the entire article, as it was pretty big. I found this while surfing for info on Sam Giancana getting rubbed out, and thought many of you would find it interesting.
They had the "Right I.D." that got them cut loose. I'd give good odds that the actual shooters were military ;-)
Anyone else have some good JFK websites to go to? even ones attempting to debunk conspiracy theorists/supporting the Warren Commission would be nice.
The three tramps names were Harold Doyle, Gus Abrams and John Forrester Gedney. They were fingerprinted and the arrest report is on file at the Dallas Police Department. Gees, do some research before you spout out nonsense.
While this may sound farfetched at first, Woody Harrelson's father WAS a hitman, and is currently serving a life sentence for murdering a federal judge with a high powered rifle.
Hmmmm... I'll bet THAT helped Woody Harrelson along in his career, since the mob has always controlled Hollywood.
BTW - That book is about Sam Giancana and the mob. There's lots of Kennedy dirt in it, but it doesn't get to the assasination of Marilyn Monroe or the Kennedy bros until towards the end. Good stuff!
And the Dallas Cowboys owner had his team play football the Sunday after the assassination. That's all the evidence I need.
So you buy what the Dallas Police Dept. says about it? I don't. They're the folks who LET Ruby kill Oswald. The one guy looks too much like Hunt:
There's another shot that I can't find, where Hunt is wearing a listening device in his ear.
And my favorite article (It's in PDF format) that documents retouched Zappruder pictures in magazines before and after the Warren Report is Dallas Conspiracy by Nord Davis
It shows the pictures BEFORE the report as well, and tells what magazines to go check out at the library to see for yourself.
Tulsa Man Discovers What May Be Assassin's Spy Camera
EXCLUSIVE - ONLY ON NEWSCHANNEL 8
UPDATED - November 14, 2001 4:03pm
Tulsa - An exclusive investigation that's been more than a year in the making may be hard to believe. A Tulsa man discovered a spy camera taped to the back of a dresser, but there's more. That spy camera may have belonged to Lee Harvey Oswald. The man shared his story only with NewsChannel 8's Jerry Giordano.
Joe San Miguel may have stumbled across a missing piece of American history -- a Minox spy camera, circa 1963.
"When we checked it out on the internet, it was like 'Wow! Oswald had one of these.'"
Joe is referring to Lee Harvey Oswald, assassin of President John F. Kennedy. In Dallas in 1963, some records indicate police removed a camera exactly like it from Oswald's possessions. Problem is, it somehow disappeared and has never been seen since. Perhaps, until now.
How did Joe find the camera? It was taped to the back of a dresser drawer bought at a Salvation Army store in Dallas. "I was pulling out drawers to match socks is all I was doing", he said. "There was so much dust like it had never been moved. You could literally see the dust."
But did that camera actually belong to Lee Harvey Oswald, and if it did, exactly what, if anything, is on the film. We went with Joe and his uncle to find out.
But finding a place to develop film this old on this type of camera wasn't easy. The closest place, ironically, is where it all began, in Dallas. It's a five-hour trip and with each passing mile, Joe wonders whether what is on the film could change the course of history.
"I don't want to be famous. But, if there's a story behind it, Oliver Stone could make a movie out of this. And if we could prove the crime, that's the main thing."
And the next afternoon, we took the camera and the film to Expert Imaging for what's certain to be a painstaking developing process. But Joe's entourage suddenly got bigger. He hired a high-powered Boston attorney to protect his rights and his property. A film expert from Kodak was also brought in for the process.
But, even those who do this for a living aren't optimistic about finding anything that could survive this test of time. "It requires a lot of TLC if you will, because film this old is gonna suffer the effects of age, heat, moisture variability. The result could be a very brittle film that could be easily damaged."
Bottom line -- damaged film means no pictures, not to mention no proof of who the camera actually belonged to.
It's a long and nerve bending process, attempting to develop pictures taken nearly four decades ago. But, amazingly, some images did survive. Joe is ecstatic.
"Definite images of kids, people, a picture of a woman with a house in back. We're hoping to use addresses off houses to id people. It's exciting."
But, exactly who those people are and how they may relate to Lee Harvey Oswald is a question that is still being investigated. San Miguel's attorney and his mother-in-law are both in Louisiana to meet with relatives of Lee Harvey Oswald, trying to confirm who is in those pictures. They've also met with Oswald's widow, Marina to show her what they found.
Both Joe and his attorney are very confident that the camera did indeed belong to Lee Harvey Oswald. The pictures are being copyrighted and we're not allowed to show you them yet. KTUL management was able to get a glimpse of the pictures and the images are obviously very old, in black and white, showing a number of different people and locations.
Now that we have seen the pictures, we can begin to help San Miguel investigate who those people are. We'll bring you the latest on the investigation as it becomes available.
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A few. But the interesting one is the third from the front, on the left row. That's Adler Berriman Seal, better known as Barry Seal, of Baton Rouge, LA and Mena, AR drug smuggling infamy.
Hey! Who's that guy in the suit, with the white hanky in his pocket, behind the third *tramp?*