posted on Oct, 22 2010 @ 06:37 AM
reply to post by kidflash2008
It does seem strange that the agent assigned to protect LBJ did not know where his charge was. All I know is this alone opens up a can of worms here.
What do you mean exactly?
I guess I am cynical here and do not think the agent is being totally straight forward in the book. Part of ATS is to ask questions just like
I wholeheartedly agree, and I’ve not said anything that would suggest questions shouldn’t be asked and I’m not sure why you would feel the need
to bring up such a thing, I was merely pointing out what appeared to be a misunderstanding and I was attempting to clear it up.
Also, I don't see why or how Blaine could have been untruthful here (just my opinion of course and I’d love to hear what Jim marrs would have to say
still), I mean it's not like he's admitting he was involved in any assassination from what he's come out with, instead he's just stated what happened
and how he felt about it which is he on watch, heard footsteps, prepared to fire his weapon (I’m assuming in fear of an intruder/assassin), and was
about to shoot before realizing the footsteps were coming from the new president, then he detailed how emotions over the event.
Personally, I don't even think this is important, must see information or anything like that even but hey, that's just my opinion on the
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