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Lee Harvey Oswald

  • Oswald was CIA

    THE HIDDEN KING(S) (Kennedy death faked)

    [2015 Jan] JFK Video Strips US Leaders of Legitimacy

    Murder From Within: U.S. Secret Service Limo Driver, Bill Greer, Shot Both JFK & Connally on Nov. 22, 1963 (Feb. 5, 2013)

    Did Zapruder film “the Zapruder film”?

    [2012 Jan] He took me into Jackie's room... I was powerless to resist: Ex-White House intern, 19, describes 'passionate 18-month affair with JFK'

    JFK, the CIA and The New York Times

    [vid] J.Edgar Hoover "A Compromised Homosexual" PT3

    The Death Of John Kennedy: Convenient Deaths 1963 - 1976

    FBI memo, photo link Bush Sr to JFK Dallas murder scene

    Holographic reptiles and their technology

    [2009 Oct] C.I.A. Still Cagey About Agent Who Knew Oswald

    Nomenclature of an Assassination Cabal by William Torbitt

    THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY by Eric Jon Phelps

    Kennedy [Bloodlines of the Illuminati by Fritz Springmeier]

    King-Kill 33: Masonic Symbolism in the Assassination of John F.Kennedy

    [1996] The JFK Assassination: Defending the Gangster State by Dr. Michael Parenti

    [1968] Mort Sahl Interview

    [1967]  Jim Garrison Interview
    Jim Garrison Tapes (Video)

    [1988]  A few excerpts of Jim Garrison's book On The Trail Of The Assassins

    Opening and closing arguments made by New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison in the trial of Clay Shaw

    The pageant of the three Masonic assassins, the three Tramps, the "Three Unworthy Craftsmen," Jubela, Jubelo, and Jubelum.

    Books
    JFK: The CIA, Vietnam, and the Plot to Assassinate John F. Kennedy by L. Fletcher Prouty

    [2007] A Farewell To Justice.  Jim Garrison, JFK's assassination, and the case that should have changed history by Joan Mellen

    [1995] Final Judgment. The missing link in the JFK assassination conspiracy by Michael Collins Piper   Israel's Central Role in JFK Assassination

    Opium Lords - Israel, The Golden Triangle and the Kennedy Assassination by Salvador Astucia

    Presumed Guilty -- How and Why the Warren Commission Framed Lee Harvey Oswald, by Howard Roffman

    External
    JFK Special 4: Oswald Was In Doorway After All!
    JFK Special 5: Oswald Was In Doorway After All!
    JFK Special 3: Oswald was in the doorway, after all!
    JFK Special 2: Oswald was in the doorway, after all!
    JFK Special: Oswald was in the Doorway, after all!
    The Two NPIC Zapruder Film Events: Analysis and Implications
    The Two NPIC Zapruder Film Events: Signposts Pointing To The Film’s Alteration

  • My Dad Helped the CIA Kill JFK!" Part 3
  • "My Dad Helped the CIA Kill JFK!" Part 2
  • "My Dad Helped the CIA Kill JFK!"

    The murder of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy researched by Dr. Neville Thomas Jones, Ph.D.

    Photo analyst Jack White demonstrates that the famous 8mm film of the JFK assassination taken by Abraham Zapruder was altered and parts of it fabricated.

    Zapruder Film Fakery Hid the JFK Kill

    The confessed assassin of JFK: http://www.jfkmurdersolved.com/confession2.htm
    http://www.jfkmurder.com/

    The link below reaches a huge compendium of banned, censored and unpopular documentaries:
    http://freedocumentaries.org/index.php?ct=41
    of importance, if you haven't seen them, are the three banned documentaries aired by the History Channel:
    TMWKK THE SMOKING GUNS EPISODE 7
    TMWKK THE LOVE AFFAIR EPISODE 8
    TMWKK THE GUILTY MEN EPISODE 9
    These are the ONLY History Channel documentaris to ever get banned, with apologies made by the history Channel to its viewership. Since 2003, ONLY docmentaries showing oswald as GUILTY are now allowed.

    RFK Note
    JFK: Sexual Sociopath and Political Faker
    JFK: Racial Destroyer of America
    Kevin MacDonald
    An Introduction to Alternative Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy Theories

    Quotes
    A young man approximating Oswald's description and using Oswald's name -- we believe we have discovered his identity -- engaged in a variety of activities designed to create such a strong impression of Oswald's instability and culpability in people's minds that they would recall him as a suspicious character after the President was murdered. In one instance, a man went to an auto salesroom, gave his name as Lee Oswald, test-drove a car at 80 miles an hour -- Oswald couldn't drive -- and, after creating an ineradicable impression on the salesman by his speeding, gratuitously remarked that he might go back to the Soviet Union and was expecting to come into a large sum of money. Parenthetically, the salesman who described this "second Oswald" was subsequently beaten almost to death by unknown assailants outside his showroom. He later fled Dallas and last year was found dead; it was officially declared a suicide. In another instance, this "second Oswald" visited a shooting range in Dallas and gave a virtuoso demonstration of marksmanship, hitting not only his own bull's-eye but the bull's-eyes of neighboring targets as well -- thus leaving an unforgettable impression of his skill with a rifle. The real Oswald, of course, was a mediocre shot, and there is no evidence that he had fired a rifle since the day he left the Marines. Consequently, the fact that he couldn't hit the side of a barn had to be offset, which accounts for the tableau at the rifle range. [1967]  Jim Garrison Interview

    four cartridges were found at the scene of the slaying. Now, revolvers do not eject cartridges, so when someone is shot, you don't later find gratuitous cartridges strewn over the sidewalk -- unless the murderer deliberately takes the trouble to eject them. We suspect that cartridges had been previously obtained from Oswald's .38 revolver and left at the murder site by the real killers as part of the setup to incriminate Oswald. However, somebody slipped up there. Of the four cartridges found at the scene, two were Winchesters and two were Remingtons -- but of the four bullets found in Officer Tippit's body, three were Winchesters and one was a Remington!  [1967]  Jim Garrison Interview

    The fifth shot, which struck the President in the right temple, tore off the top of his skull and snapped him back into his seat -- a point overlooked by the Warren Commission -- had to have been fired from the grassy knoll.[1967]  Jim Garrison Interview

    Some of the gunmen appear to have used frangible bullets, a variant of the dumdum bullet that is forbidden by the Geneva Treaty. Frangible bullets explode on impact into tiny fragments, as did the bullet that caused the fatal wound in the President's head. Of course, frangible bullets are ideal in a political assassination, because they almost guarantee massive damage and assure that no tangible evidence will remain that ballistics experts could use to trace the murder weapon. I might also mention that frangible bullets cannot be fired from a Mannlicher-Carcano, such as the Commission concludes Oswald used to kill the President. Also parenthetically, this type of bullet was issued by the CIA for use in anti-Castro-exile raids on Cuba. In summation, there were at least five or six shots fired at the President from front and rear by at least four gunmen, assisted by several accomplices, two of whom probably picked up the cartridges and one of whom created a diversion to draw people's eyes away from the grassy knoll.[1967]  Jim Garrison Interview

    Our office has developed evidence that the President was assassinated by a precision guerrilla team of at least seven men, including anti-Castro adventurers and members of the paramilitary right. Of course, the Ministry of Truth concluded -- by scrupulously ignoring the most compelling evidence and carefully selecting only those facts that conformed to its preconceived thesis of a lone assassin....we've uncovered additional evidence establishing absolutely that there were at least four men on the grassy knoll, at least two behind the picket fence and two or more behind a small stone wall to the right of the fence. As I reconstruct it from the still-incomplete evidence in our possession, one man fired at the President from each location, while the role of his companion was to snatch up the cartridges as they were ejected. Parenthetically, a book on firearms characteristics was found in Ferrie's apartment. It was filled with underlining and marginal notations, and the most heavily annotated section was one describing the direction and distance a cartridge travels from a rifle after ejection[1967]  Jim Garrison Interview

    If there's one thing the Warren Commission and its 26 volumes of supportive evidence demonstrate conclusively, it's that Lee Harvey Oswald did not shoot John Kennedy on November 22, 1963. Of course, the Commission concluded not only that Oswald fired at the President but that he was a marksman, that he had enough time to "fire three shots, with two hits, within 4.8 and 5.6 seconds," that his Mannlicher-Carcano was an accurate rifle, etc. -- but all these conclusions are actually in direct contradiction of the evidence within the Commission's own 26 volumes.  By culling and coordinating that evidence, the leading critics of the Commission have proved that Oswald was a mediocre shot; that the Mannlicher-Carcano rifle he allegedly used was about the crummiest weapon on the market today; that its telescopic sight was loose and had to be realigned before Commission experts could fire it; that the 20-year-old ammunition he would have had to use could not have been relied on to fire accurately, if at all; that the rifle quite possibly was taken from Oswald's home after the assassination and planted in the Depository; that the Commission's own chronology of Oswald's movements made it highly implausible for him to fire three shots, wipe the rifle clear of fingerprints -- there were none found on it -- hide the rifle under a stack of books and rush down four flights of stairs to the second floor, all in the few seconds it took Roy Truly and Officer Marrion Baker to rush in from the street after the shots and encounter Oswald standing beside the vending machine in the employees' cafeteria. [1967]  Jim Garrison Interview

    For one thing, the nitrate test administered to Oswald on the day of the assassination clearly exonerated him of having fired a rifle within the past 24 hours. He had nitrates on both hands, but no nitrates on his cheek -- which means it was impossible for him to have fired a rifle. ....This was a sticky problem for the Warren Commission, but they resolved it with their customary aplomb. An expert was dug up who testified that in a Mannlicher-Carcano rifle, the chamber is so tight that no nitrates are emitted upon firing; and the Commission used this testimony to dismiss the whole subject. However, the inventor of the nitrate test subsequently tested the Mannlicher-Carcano and found that it did leave nitrate traces. He was not called to testify by the Warren Commission. So the nitrate test alone is incontrovertible proof that Oswald did not fire a rifle on November 22nd. ....To sum up: Oswald was involved in the conspiracy; shots were fired at Kennedy from the Depository but also from the grassy knoll and apparently from the Dal-Tex Building as well -- but not one of them was fired by Lee Harvey Oswald, and not one of them from his Mannlicher-Carcano.[1967]  Jim Garrison Interview

    I have no reason to believe there was anything sinister about the crash, though rumors always spring up in a case like this. The only thing I will say is that witnesses in this case do have a habit of dying at the most inconvenient times. I understand a London insurance firm has prepared an actuarial chart on the likelihood of 20 of the people involved in this case dying within three years of the assassination -- and found the odds 30 trillion to one. But I'm sure NBC will shortly discover that one of my investigators bribed the computer.[1967]  Jim Garrison Interview

    the President's autopsy X rays and photos and other vital evidence in this case are classified -- because they would indicate the existence of a conspiracy, involving former employees of the CIA, to kill the President[1967]  Jim Garrison Interview

    the CIA's past record hardly induces faith in the Agency's veracity. CIA officials lied about their role in the overthrow of the Arbenz Guzman regime in Guatemala; they lied about their role in the overthrow of Mossadegh in Iran; they lied about their role in the abortive military revolt against Sukarno in 1958; they lied about the U-2 incident; and they certainly lied about the Bay of Pigs.[1967]  Jim Garrison Interview


    Ed Opperman Interviews Ole Dammegard