Alex,


This is my conspiracy response to you and anyone else interested.  I hope that you will at least spend some time considering the information available.  


Black Op Radio. 50 reasons for 50 years. 50 short videos covering all aspects. This is the easiest way to understand what happened in Dallas on 11/22/1963, as opposed to spending 30 years reading and learning.


At present, you can learn about the assasination via Future Freedom Foundation here.  Once a week, Wednesday night, as I write this you have missed only the first lesson.

Physics:  The best book is:  Impossible: The Case Against Lee Harvey Oswald, by Barry Krusch.   It goes into all the physical evidence in great detail which makes it hard for me to recommend, as it is easier to read than a textbook but still not an easy read.   You could take advantage of the serious offer of $25,000, via the author, if you can disprove any aspect of his critique.  Multiple volumes.

Absolute best single book summarizing is “JFK and the end of America” by Tim Fleming.  But it is out of print and cost me $300 or so.  Todays Amazon price, for used paperback, is $150.

Best books Jim Douglas “The Unspeakable” and Talbots “Devil’s Chessboard”.  Also Destiny Betrayed by Jim DiEugenio are my recommendations.  Authors who were first on the scene, writing about this in the 60's:  Mae Brussell, Harold Weinberg, Tink Thompson, Mark Lane.

Summary of the case:  Several books fit this description including Anthony Summers "Conspiracy" and “Not in your lifetime”, and Jim Marrs “Crossfire”, and many others.

Shooters and where the shots came from.  This part bores me a bit, but Charles Harrelson was one of two grassy knoll shooters, the other was James Files Mac Wallace was in the book depository.   Charles Nicolette was on Dal Tex building.  Triangulation of fire. Others have been named but Mike Brownlow believes it to be these four, and I agree with Mike.

Autopsy:  Gen Curtis Lemay controlled the autopsy, he who bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki, firebombed the whole of Japan, and advocated for a nuclear first strike against the Soviets during the Cuban Missile crisis.  Many books on this, but Doug Horne served on Assassination Records Review Board (the result of Oliver Stone’s movie) in the 90’s.  His 5 volume work “Inside the Assassination Records Review Board” is essential reading to understand the autopsy.  Several Doctors are expert on this, Dr. Cyril Wecht, Dr. Gary Aguilar, Jacob Hornberger, Randy Robertson, Charles Crenshaw, Robert McCleland and other Dallas doctors, and many others.

CIA:  Kennedy fired Allen Dulles and Charles Cabell after the Bay of Pigs fiasco. Dulles orchestrated the assassination. The best source for this claim is The Devils Chessboard, by David Talbot (who founded salon.com back in the day), but there are others.  Talbot authored many books on different topics.   Philip Agee, (as Arif alluded to), John Marks both wrote about the CIA.   Charles Cabel's brother Earl was mayor of Dallas.   James Angleton, David Moralas, William Harvey, David Atlee Phillips and so many more.

FBI: J Edgar Hoover declared Oswald the shooter before the day was out.  He was clearly in the know, and then was the key figure in the cover up that followed.  Hoover hated the Kennedy’s and was involved with the mob.  Hoover facilitated if not directed MLK assassination. One cannot get a clear picture of the assassination without knowing about Hoover.

Lyndon Johnson.  As with Hoover, it is clear that he had advanced knowledge.  Some persuasive books implicate him in the planning, but there is tenuous proof and the conspirators didn't need him, as they knew his character and knew he would back them after the deed was done. And as Vice President, he did not have that much power.  That being said, the men at the top of the food chain in 1963 were Allen Dulles, Gen. Curtis LeMay, and Lyndon Johnson.

Mafia:  The mafia may have provided shooters, and forced Ruby to kill Oswald, but they had zero ability to orchestrate the cover up that followed.  However, they were involved because when the House Select Committee on Assassinations subpoenaed them, both Carlos Marcella and Sam Giancana ended up dead before they could testify.  Giancana in spectacular fashion. In those days the CIA was in bed with the Mafia, as is well documented.

Secret Service:  Vince Palamara “Survivor's Guilt”and another book on Secret Service involvement.

Garrison investigation is a story in and of itself. Jim DiEuginio “Destiny Betrayed”, Bill Davies, “Let Justice be Done”,  Joan Mellon and others.

Oswald:  Including the alleged trip to Mexico City, his defection to Russia, his welcome back, his employment, his relationship with the white Russian community (DeMorenshilt) and his activist work for Guy Bannister/Clay Shaw. Way too many books to list.

Deaths of witnesses:  Penn Jones, owner of Midlothian Mirror; Richard Belzer, “Hit List”.

Officer JD Tippit:   You may or may not know that Officer JD Tippit was shot that afternoon, and that Oswald was charged with killing him.  Oswald was not charged for killing Kennedy that first day.  Several authors on Tippit killing, including Joseph McBride “Into the Nightmare”.

Best books Jim Douglas “The Unspeakable” and Talbots “Devil’s Chessboard”.  Also Destiny Betrayed by Jim DiEugenio are my recommendations.  Authors who were first on the scene, writing about this in the 60's:  Mae Brussell, Harold Weinberg, Tink Thompson, Mark Lane.

Bobby Kennedy:  Lisa Pease, “A Lie too Big to Fail”, Robert Joling and Philip Van Praag “Open and Shut Case.”   Twelve to sixteen shots fired, Sirhan’s revolver held eight bullets.  And much more.

MLK:  Upcoming book by my friend in Memphis which will name a different shooter than the ones previously named.  Before him, William Pepper "The Plot to Kill King" and several books by Harold Weisberg.  Phil Melanson should be mentioned as well.

CIA operations:  MK Ultra, Operation Mockingbird, Mongoose, ZRRifle.

Alex, in 1992 or thereabouts I went to Chicago to the ASK conference.  I wanted to find out if all these people were crazy (as you seem to think). Besides being a room of a hundred people all smarter than me, I met John Judge.  Holding court on the assassination and recent US History in general.  John had an enormous influence on me and so many others.  My friend and author Joe Green called himself a disciple of John, as was I.  John was the smartest person I ever met, based on recall and vocabulary. Here is John, one out of many.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2LgAJqcnbs

More John Judge: https://ratical.org/ratville/JFK/JohnJudge/

People I have met along the way:  Peter Dale Scott, Michael Parenti, Judge Joe BrownDan Hardaway, Cindy Sheehan, Dr. Cyrel Wecht, Len Osanic, Philip Giraldi, Jacob Hornberger, Lisa Pease, John Potash, Cynthia McKinney, Robert McFadden, Marty Bragg, Tamara Carter, Bill Kelly, Alan Dale, as well as my friend in Memphis who prefers to be anonymous pending publishing of his book.  I had lunch with ex-FBI Don Adams in Akron.   Mike Brownlow gave me a tour of Dallas, particularly the Oak Cliff section where Tippit, Oswald, and Ruby lived, and where Tippit was killed and Oswald arrested at the Texas Theater.  These people have very impressive resumes.  

What else:

J Fletcher Prouty is the author of “The Secret Team” and “JFK, “The CIA, Vietnam and the plot to kill Kenndy. In 1955 Prouty was assigned to coordinate operations between the USAAF and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). For the next nine years he worked for the Pentagon. He was Briefing Officer for the Secretary of Defense (1960-61), Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Chief of Special Operations (1962-63).

Oliver Stone, who’s movie JFK resulted in establishment of the Assassination Records Review Board.  Much of the information we have today came from those documents, including the Operation Northwoods documents and the CIA memo suggesting that people studying the assassination be referred to as Conspiracy Theorists.

Conspiracy Theory in America, by Lance DeHaven-Smith.

I did not name all the authors in this brief presentation, but there are many more. I did not mention the “magic bullet”. The Zapgruder film demonstrates the kill shot came from the front, and was not made public until 1975.

This document includes many links in order to facilitate understanding.  I could have made more.


Other names worth reading:  Robert Groden, John Newman, John  Armstrong, Sylvia Meagher, William Turner, Dorothy Killgallan, Donald Gibson, John Potash, Dick Russell, Vince Salandria, John Armstrong, Gaeton Fonzi, Walt Brown, Barry Ernest, Randy Benson, HP Albarelli, Shane O’Sullivan

Other names of people involved: George DeMornsheild, Ruth Payne, Richard Case Nagel


 

Alex, This is my conspiracy response to you and anyone else interested. I hope that you will at least spend some time considering the information available. Black Op Radio. 50 reasons for 50 years. 50 short videos covering all aspects. This is the easiest way to understand what happened in Dallas on 11/22/1963, as opposed to spending 30 years reading and learning. At present, you can learn about the assasination via Future Freedom Foundation here. Once a week, Wednesday night, as I write this you have missed only the first lesson. Physics: The best book is: Impossible: The Case Against Lee Harvey Oswald, by Barry Krusch. It goes into all the physical evidence in great detail which makes it hard for me to recommend, as it is easier to read than a textbook but still not an easy read. You could take advantage of the serious offer of $25,000, via the author, if you can disprove any aspect of his critique. Multiple volumes. Absolute best single book summarizing is “JFK and the end of America” by Tim Fleming. But it is out of print and cost me $300 or so. Todays Amazon price, for used paperback, is $150. Best books Jim Douglas “The Unspeakable” and Talbots “Devil’s Chessboard”. Also Destiny Betrayed by Jim DiEugenio are my recommendations. Authors who were first on the scene, writing about this in the 60's: Mae Brussell, Harold Weinberg, Tink Thompson, Mark Lane. Summary of the case: Several books fit this description including Anthony Summers "Conspiracy" and “Not in your lifetime”, and Jim Marrs “Crossfire”, and many others. Shooters and where the shots came from. This part bores me a bit, but Charles Harrelson was one of two grassy knoll shooters, the other was James Files. Mac Wallace was in the book depository. Charles Nicolette was on Dal Tex building. Triangulation of fire. Others have been named but Mike Brownlow believes it to be these four, and I agree with Mike. Autopsy: Gen Curtis Lemay controlled the autopsy, he who bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki, firebombed the whole of Japan, and advocated for a nuclear first strike against the Soviets during the Cuban Missile crisis. Many books on this, but Doug Horne served on Assassination Records Review Board (the result of Oliver Stone’s movie) in the 90’s. His 5 volume work “Inside the Assassination Records Review Board” is essential reading to understand the autopsy. Several Doctors are expert on this, Dr. Cyril Wecht, Dr. Gary Aguilar, Jacob Hornberger, Randy Robertson, Charles Crenshaw, Robert McCleland and other Dallas doctors, and many others. CIA: Kennedy fired Allen Dulles and Charles Cabell after the Bay of Pigs fiasco. Dulles orchestrated the assassination. The best source for this claim is The Devils Chessboard, by David Talbot (who founded salon.com back in the day), but there are others. Talbot authored many books on different topics. Philip Agee, (as Arif alluded to), John Marks both wrote about the CIA. Charles Cabel's brother Earl was mayor of Dallas. James Angleton, David Moralas, William Harvey, David Atlee Phillips and so many more. FBI: J Edgar Hoover declared Oswald the shooter before the day was out. He was clearly in the know, and then was the key figure in the cover up that followed. Hoover hated the Kennedy’s and was involved with the mob. Hoover facilitated if not directed MLK assassination. One cannot get a clear picture of the assassination without knowing about Hoover. Lyndon Johnson. As with Hoover, it is clear that he had advanced knowledge. Some persuasive books implicate him in the planning, but there is tenuous proof and the conspirators didn't need him, as they knew his character and knew he would back them after the deed was done. And as Vice President, he did not have that much power. That being said, the men at the top of the food chain in 1963 were Allen Dulles, Gen. Curtis LeMay, and Lyndon Johnson. Mafia: The mafia may have provided shooters, and forced Ruby to kill Oswald, but they had zero ability to orchestrate the cover up that followed. However, they were involved because when the House Select Committee on Assassinations subpoenaed them, both Carlos Marcella and Sam Giancana ended up dead before they could testify. Giancana in spectacular fashion. In those days the CIA was in bed with the Mafia, as is well documented. Secret Service: Vince Palamara “Survivor's Guilt”and another book on Secret Service involvement. Garrison investigation is a story in and of itself. Jim DiEuginio “Destiny Betrayed”, Bill Davies, “Let Justice be Done”, Joan Mellon and others. Oswald: Including the alleged trip to Mexico City, his defection to Russia, his welcome back, his employment, his relationship with the white Russian community (DeMorenshilt) and his activist work for Guy Bannister/Clay Shaw. Way too many books to list. Deaths of witnesses: Penn Jones, owner of Midlothian Mirror; Richard Belzer, “Hit List”. Officer JD Tippit: You may or may not know that Officer JD Tippit was shot that afternoon, and that Oswald was charged with killing him. Oswald was not charged for killing Kennedy that first day. Several authors on Tippit killing, including Joseph McBride “Into the Nightmare”. Best books Jim Douglas “The Unspeakable” and Talbots “Devil’s Chessboard”. Also Destiny Betrayed by Jim DiEugenio are my recommendations. Authors who were first on the scene, writing about this in the 60's: Mae Brussell, Harold Weinberg, Tink Thompson, Mark Lane. Bobby Kennedy: Lisa Pease, “A Lie too Big to Fail”, Robert Joling and Philip Van Praag “Open and Shut Case.” Twelve to sixteen shots fired, Sirhan’s revolver held eight bullets. And much more. MLK: Upcoming book by my friend in Memphis which will name a different shooter than the ones previously named. Before him, William Pepper "The Plot to Kill King" and several books by Harold Weisberg. Phil Melanson should be mentioned as well. CIA operations: MK Ultra, Operation Mockingbird, Mongoose, ZRRifle. Alex, in 1992 or thereabouts I went to Chicago to the ASK conference. I wanted to find out if all these people were crazy (as you seem to think). Besides being a room of a hundred people all smarter than me, I met John Judge. Holding court on the assassination and recent US History in general. John had an enormous influence on me and so many others. My friend and author Joe Green called himself a disciple of John, as was I. John was the smartest person I ever met, based on recall and vocabulary. Here is John, one out of many. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2LgAJqcnbs More John Judge: https://ratical.org/ratville/JFK/JohnJudge/ People I have met along the way: Peter Dale Scott, Michael Parenti, Judge Joe Brown, Dan Hardaway, Cindy Sheehan, Dr. Cyrel Wecht, Len Osanic, Philip Giraldi, Jacob Hornberger, Lisa Pease, John Potash, Cynthia McKinney, Robert McFadden, Marty Bragg, Tamara Carter, Bill Kelly, Alan Dale, as well as my friend in Memphis who prefers to be anonymous pending publishing of his book. I had lunch with ex-FBI Don Adams in Akron. Mike Brownlow gave me a tour of Dallas, particularly the Oak Cliff section where Tippit, Oswald, and Ruby lived, and where Tippit was killed and Oswald arrested at the Texas Theater. These people have very impressive resumes. What else: J Fletcher Prouty is the author of “The Secret Team” and “JFK, “The CIA, Vietnam and the plot to kill Kenndy. In 1955 Prouty was assigned to coordinate operations between the USAAF and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). For the next nine years he worked for the Pentagon. He was Briefing Officer for the Secretary of Defense (1960-61), Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Chief of Special Operations (1962-63). Oliver Stone, who’s movie JFK resulted in establishment of the Assassination Records Review Board. Much of the information we have today came from those documents, including the Operation Northwoods documents and the CIA memo suggesting that people studying the assassination be referred to as Conspiracy Theorists. Conspiracy Theory in America, by Lance DeHaven-Smith. I did not name all the authors in this brief presentation, but there are many more. I did not mention the “magic bullet”. The Zapgruder film demonstrates the kill shot came from the front, and was not made public until 1975. This document includes many links in order to facilitate understanding. I could have made more. Other names worth reading: Robert Groden, John Newman, John Armstrong, Sylvia Meagher, William Turner, Dorothy Killgallan, Donald Gibson, John Potash, Dick Russell, Vince Salandria, John Armstrong, Gaeton Fonzi, Walt Brown, Barry Ernest, Randy Benson, HP Albarelli, Shane O’Sullivan Other names of people involved: George DeMornsheild, Ruth Payne, Richard Case Nagel