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JFK Assassination - The Names of The Suspects


We have been doing some research and can name some of the "TOP SUSPECTS" in the JFK Assassination.


These accusations are alleged and unproven at this time. They are suspects based on the testimony of E. Howard Hunt according to the book "American Spy" and other confirming information that strongly suggests these individuals may have been involved AND/OR present in Dealey Plaza the day John F. Kennedy was shot.


- Allan Dulles - United World Federalists - "Competitor to the League of Nations"


- United World Federalists


- Members


- Various "Super Rich" Families in America - TO BE NAMED LATER...


- The Republican Party - LEADERSHIP


- The ODESSA Nazi Spy Organization


- The Italian Mafia - With UNION PENTRATION in America


- The Leadership of the Teamsters


- The Central Intelligence Agency


- Skull & Bones - YALE University


- MI5


- MI6


- KGB Defectors and Colabrattors


- The Bildeberger Group


- Key & Cross Society


- The Royal Family of England - Windsor and Spencer Families


- The British Royal Upper Class Families


- The Socialist Peoples Party of Germany - THE NAZI PARTY


- German Gypsies posing as "Italian Mafioso"


- European Gypsies posing as Americans and Europeans


- German Protocol of Zions Posing as "Jewish Heritage or Jewish Faith" individuals


- Nelson Rockefeller and his "Overpopulation Themed Organizations"


- The Bush Family




- Mexcians to BE NAMED LATER...




- The IRON TRIANGLE Region of the FAR EAST


- The Office of NAVAL INTELLIGENCE - Key Defectors such as Bob Woodward


- Richard Helms


- Stansfield Turner


- James Angleton - CIA Counterterrorism Chief


- Ben Bradlee - Washington Post


- Bob Woodward - Washington Post


- David Atlee Phillips a.k.a Maurice Bishop


- Martina Lorenz - CONFESSED


- Charles Colson


- George H. W. Bush


- E. Howard Hunt - Former "Plumber" - Former Station Chief of "Mexico City"


- G. Gordon Liddy


- Jack Ruby - Dallas Club Owner and alleged "Mobster"


- Frank Sturgis a.k.a. Frank Fiorini - Virginia Beach "Mobster" and club owner.


- David Ferrie


- CIA Agent Clay Shaw / Clay Bertrand - "Import / Exporter" New Orleans


- William "Willie" O'Keefe - Male Prostitute - New Orleans - Mostly likely a "cover"


- Dean Andrews - Attorney - New Orleans


- Lee Harvey Oswald


- Frank Wisner


- CIA Agent William "Bill" Harvey? - Control Agents for "The Cubans" and "Alpha 66" or "Plan 66"


- Lucien Sarti - "The Badge Man" or "The Man of the Grassy Knoll" - Corsican Hitman Sharpshooter


- Robert "Bob" Bennett


- James "Jimmy" Hoffa


- Lydon Johnson and the "Dallas Political Machine"


- The Dallas Police Department


- The Dallas FBI Office


- The Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Kennedy Adminstration - Various if not all...


- Thomas Gregory - Nephew of Bob Bennett


- Gerald 'Jerry' Patrick Hemming


Some "people" and "organizations" to look into....





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William "Willie" O'Keefe


It appears he co-operated along with Martina Lorenz who CONFESSED to her part in the JFK assassination.


And it appears that Mr. David Ferrie co-operated to some degree - <"TOP SECRET CLEARANCE - MJ-8">


As well as some Dallas Police Officers...


And Ex-CIA agents that Stansfield Turner fired - ALL 3000 of them! :)


These "Illuminati - NWO Types" aren't "too bright..."





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Please add to list and after "interrogation" and "confirmation" of co-oberating evidence.


- John Negroponte


- Henry Kissinger


- George Tenet


- Mario Cuomo


- The Cuomo Family


- Anthony P. Terraciano - Former Vice CHAIRMEN of CHASE MANHATTAN BANK and CEO of Mellon


- Dennis Collins - Former Mayor of Bayonne - New Jersey


- The New Frontier Democrats (Political Group) of Bayonne, New Jersey - Collins Organization


- The Hudson County Democrat Organization - DINO Organization of the RNC.


- St. Peter's College - Specific Alumni


- Havard University - Specific Alumni


- Princeton University - Specific Alumni


- Columbia University - Specific Alumni


- New York University - Specific Alumni




- Yale University - SKULL AND BONES





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We need to add the name Crispen to the suspect list of the JFK assassination.


He seems to have been a "fixer" for the Boeing Corporation as well as other "interests" or "organizations".


He is also linked to Clay Shaw and/or Clay Bertrum of the CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY depicted in the Oliver Stone movie JFK as well possibly David Ferry.


There was a great show on Coast to Coast AM - New York 77 AM 1:00AM-5:00AM last night.




I would definitely buy Mr. Kenn Thomas even though he thinks many people are "Anti-Semites" and dosen't like people who are afraid of "spy agencies", "black heliocopters" and MICROWAVES (CELL PHONE and CELL TOWERS) even though there are 2 MILLION CELL PHONE TOWERS IN THE U.S.A.








The JFK Assassination: Recommended Reading List


November 22, 2009




In anticipation of the JFK Special, we polled Jim Marrs, John Barbour, and Kenn Thomas for their recommended reading list of books related to the JFK assassination. The result was a veritable cornucopia of conspiracy tomes covering not only the assassination itself, but also Lee Harvey Oswald's life as a spy, the story of a man who may have been set up to be the 2nd patsy on November 22nd, 1963, and some recent examinations of America's most infamous parapolitical mystery.


Jim Marrs:


Anyone who wants to really delve into the Kennedy assassination should start with the Warren Commission Report (1964). Most of the information in this report is valid. The problem is not with what they reported but with what they failed to report. Then read my 1989 book Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy to take up the slack. These two books should give the reader a good background in the case.


Then, for more up-to-date thoughts and the broad perspective, I would recommend:


•David Talbot's Brothers (2005)


•James Douglass', JFK and the Unspeakable (2008)


•John F. Kennedy: History, Memory, Legacy (2009)


•Revisiting Dealey Plaza: What Happened to JFK? - a compendium of various researchers edited by James H. Fetzer


John Barbour:


•On The Trail Of the Assassins by Jim Garrison. Garrison's view of the killing as a result of his investigations, and the book bought by Oliver Stone as the basis for the film.


•Rush To Judgement by Mark Lane. Forced to go outside the country to get his critique of The Warren Commission published,(being paid only $1,200.00,) this is the book that really brought wide attention to the shabbiness of the Government's non-investigation.


•The Man Who Knew Too Much by Dick Russell. It's a long book but an unbelievable read about Richard Case Nagell,the man assigned to kill Oswald, but who felt he was being set up as the alternate patsy, and to save himself walked into a bank just weeks before Nov. 22nd., 1963, shot bullets into the ceiling and when arrested said, 'I don't want to be in Dallas on Nov. 22nd!'


•Crossfire by Jim Marrs. Another well-written, solid taking apart of the Government's case against Oswald, and another book used by Oliver Stone for his film.


•Post Mortem by Harold Weisberg. Weisberg is a former Intelligence Officer who self-printed a number of books called 'Whitewash' in which he very meticulously shreds the myths surrounding the government's view of Kennedy's killing.


•Sons And Brothers by Richard Mahoney. Mahoney, who ran for the Senate in Arizona, started out wanting to just write a book about Bobby Kennedy, but the more he delved into the material the more he realized there had been a major conspiracy at the very highest levels.


•Deep Politics And The Death Of JFK by Richard Dale Scott. The title is self-explanatory and shows just how deep the conspiracy went.


•Conspiracy by Anthony Summers. This English Investigative Journalist is the British version of Jim Marrs, and shows just how international is the disdain for The Warren Report.


•A Farewell To Justice by Joan Mellen. The best book written about Jim Garrison's case against New Orleans businessman Clay shaw, and probably the best book written about Garrison himself.


•Heritage Of Stone by Jim Garrison. This book about the Clay Shaw trial received rave reviews by John Leonard in the morning edition of The New York Times, but didn't appear in the late edition. Evidently the Times didn't think it was News Fit To Print!


Kenn Thomas:


•NASA, Nazis & JFK ... yes, one of mine, but it has the indispensable Torbitt Document


•Rush To Judgment by Mark Lane ... since it was the first (and has a movie documentary)


•Plausible Denial by Lane ... covers the E. Howard Hunt trial story


•Spy Saga by Phil Melanson ... covers Oswald's life as a spy


•Oswald and the CIA by John Newman ... also covers Oswald's life as a spy


•Crossfire by Jim Marrs ... for best overview of the case


•Best Evidence by David Lifton ... covers the "body switch" theory and "wink" photo


•Legend, The Secret World of Lee Harvey Oswald ... has a photo of John Wayne and Oswald together


•Destiny Betrayed by Jim DiEugenio ... covers the Garrison case


•On The Trail of the Assassins by Jim Garrison



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The Real Question -JFK - Men In Blue Dealey Plaza




It seems it was the CIA, RAND, SKULL & BONES and possibly the MEN IN BLUE w/ EAR PIECES who were in Dealey Plaza not the MEN IN BLACK.


MEN IN BLACK apparently were in the Dallas Police Station questioning and/or guarding Oswald.


(Who may have worked in AREA 51 before Russia and JFK apparently went to AREA 51 to "see things from space" (Aliens?))





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The History Channel has a new episode on the JFK Assassination.


Where one pathologist debunks the magic bullet theory. He says there are 2 BULLETS one shot from behind and another shot from the side from the grass knoll or by badge man.


The show also states that there are 6 missing minutes from the Schrudder film when the Kennedy limo goes around the turn near the grassy knoll. Something allegedly happened to a sign in front of the grassy knoll that is replaced after the assassination.


The show also states that people RUN TOWARDS the GRASSY KNOLL after the shot.


However, the show omits the FIRST SHOT where KENNEDY is SHOT IN THE THROAT and grab the front of his neck MAKING THREE SHOTS that killed President Kennedy.


Also, omitted is the FORTH SHOT from the SEWER under THE UNDERPASS past the GRASSY KNOLL.




I believe the following is the episode but I'm not sure... Includes X-Rays and Bone Fragments of President Kennedy's skull indicated SKULL LOSS of the back and side on the right of his head.






Investigating History


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How does forensic science help resolve questions about the JFK assassination? With the help of a group of scientists and researchers with access to the evidence in the case, Investigating History looks at new information that examines which theories are believable, and which are not. Specifically, the experts looked at the acoustic evidence from the radio of one of the motorcycle policemen in the motorcade and the number of shots that were fired; at the reliability of autopsy X-rays of JFK's skull; at the investigation that concluded that Oswald was the lone assassin; at the new evidentiary support for the "magic bullet" theory; and more.






November 22, 1963: John F Kennedy Assassinated


Listen: Lyndon B. Johnson on the assassination of President Kennedy


Watch: This Day in History: Kennedy Assassinated


John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, is assassinated while traveling through Dallas, Texas, in an open-top convertible. First lady Jacqueline Kennedy rarely accompanied her husband on political outings, but she was beside him, along with Texas Governor John Connally and his wife, for a 10-mile motorcade through the streets of downtown Dallas on November 22. Sitting in a Lincoln convertible, the Kennedys and Connallys waved at the large and enthusiastic crowds gathered along the parade route. As their vehicle passed the Texas School Book Depository Building at 12:30 p.m., Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly fired three shots from the sixth floor, fatally wounding President Kennedy and seriously injuring Governor Connally. Kennedy was pronounced dead 30 minutes later at Dallas' Parkland Hospital. He was 46.


Vice President Lyndon Johnson, who was three cars behind President Kennedy in the motorcade, was sworn in as the 36th president of the United States at 2:39 p.m. He took the presidential oath of office aboard Air Force One as it sat on the runway at Dallas Love Field airport. The swearing in was witnessed by some 30 people, including Jacqueline Kennedy, who was still wearing clothes stained with her husband's blood. Seven minutes later, the presidential jet took off for Washington.


The next day, November 23, President Johnson issued his first proclamation, declaring November 25 to be a day of national mourning for the slain president. On that Monday, hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets of Washington to watch a horse-drawn caisson bear Kennedy's body from the Capitol Rotunda to St. Matthew's Catholic Cathedral for a requiem Mass. The solemn procession then continued on to Arlington National Cemetery, where leaders of 99 nations gathered for the state funeral. Kennedy was buried with full military honors on a slope below Arlington House, where an eternal flame was lit by his widow to forever mark the grave.


Lee Harvey Oswald, born in New Orleans in 1939, joined the U.S. Marines in 1956. He was discharged in 1959 and nine days later left for the Soviet Union, where he tried unsuccessfully to become a citizen. He worked in Minsk and married a Soviet woman and in 1962 was allowed to return to the United States with his wife and infant daughter. In early 1963, he bought a .38 revolver and rifle with a telescopic sight by mail order, and on April 10 in Dallas he allegedly shot at and missed former U.S. Army general Edwin Walker, a figure known for his extreme right-wing views. Later that month, Oswald went to New Orleans and founded a branch of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, a pro-Castro organization. In September 1963, he went to Mexico City, where investigators allege that he attempted to secure a visa to travel to Cuba or return to the USSR. In October, he returned to Dallas and took a job at the Texas School Book Depository Building.


Less than an hour after Kennedy was shot, Oswald killed a policeman who questioned him on the street near his rooming house in Dallas. Thirty minutes later, Oswald was arrested in a movie theater by police responding to reports of a suspect. He was formally arraigned on November 23 for the murders of President Kennedy and Officer J.D. Tippit.


On November 24, Oswald was brought to the basement of the Dallas police headquarters on his way to a more secure county jail. A crowd of police and press with live television cameras rolling gathered to witness his departure. As Oswald came into the room, Jack Ruby emerged from the crowd and fatally wounded him with a single shot from a concealed .38 revolver. Ruby, who was immediately detained, claimed that rage at Kennedy's murder was the motive for his action. Some called him a hero, but he was nonetheless charged with first-degree murder.


Jack Ruby, originally known as Jacob Rubenstein, operated strip joints and dance halls in Dallas and had minor connections to organized crime. He features prominently in Kennedy-assassination theories, and many believe he killed Oswald to keep him from revealing a larger conspiracy. In his trial, Ruby denied the allegation and pleaded innocent on the grounds that his great grief over Kennedy's murder had caused him to suffer "psychomotor epilepsy" and shoot Oswald unconsciously. The jury found Ruby guilty of "murder with malice" and sentenced him to die.


In October 1966, the Texas Court of Appeals reversed the decision on the grounds of improper admission of testimony and the fact that Ruby could not have received a fair trial in Dallas at the time. In January 1967, while awaiting a new trial, to be held in Wichita Falls, Ruby died of lung cancer in a Dallas hospital.


The official Warren Commission report of 1964 concluded that neither Oswald nor Ruby were part of a larger conspiracy, either domestic or international, to assassinate President Kennedy. Despite its seemingly firm conclusions, the report failed to silence conspiracy theories surrounding the event, and in 1978 the House Select Committee on Assassinations concluded in a preliminary report that Kennedy was "probably assassinated as a result of a conspiracy" that may have involved multiple shooters and organized crime. The committee's findings, as with those of the Warren Commission, continue to be widely disputed.






The Kennedy Assassination: 24 Hours After


In 2009, 46 years after he was shot, JFK will be gone for as long as he was alive. While the moments and hours after his tragic assassination were some of the most formative and important for our country, that story has rarely, and only partially, been told. For the first time, using never-before-seen transcripts only recently made public, this film pieces together the 24-hour period after the shots were fired. The timeline reveals startling new information about the death of the president and the traumatic transfer of power to his successor, Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson. From new details about when JFK really died, to the truth behind LBJ's Oath of Office photo on Air Force One, this special uncovers an unfamiliar story born out of one of the most crucial days in American history.



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