Originally posted by jrstock
You sir, have earned a raise.
In the three years after the murders of Pres. Kennedy and Lee Harvey Oswald 18 material witnesses died: six by gunfire, three had motor accidents, two buy suicide, one from a cutthroat, one from a karate chop to the neck, three from heart attacks, and two from natural causes.
An actuary engaged by the London Sunday Times concluded that on November 22, 1963, the odds against these witnesses being dead by February 1967 were 100,000 trillion to one
Originally posted by Rising Against
Originally posted by dalemcfad
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It was Jim Bishop, thank you. I am also searching for the book. I know I still have it somewhere. I was also wondering if you could recommend any particular books on the subject that I might find in the public library(free that is)? I ask because there is so many books about it, that its hard to determine whats a worthy read and whats not. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Peace
I've been talking to a few people and I could have my own sometime soon, so there's one I'd recommend for you.
Anyway, seriously, here is a fantastic link for Kennedy Assassination books. I really think that link will be beneficial to you, so please do take the time to check It out.
The one that sticks out in my mind from that list is one from the respected researcher, Jim Marrs also and his book Crossfire. That's one that anyone interested in this case should certainly read, IMO.
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Originally posted by sigma9society
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John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald, who was hired by the United States Marine Corps to off our nations president on alligations of treason. JFK was a president who was loved by his people and had done many great things for America, but apparently he was in with the Commies and the CIA wanted to do away with him. They hired Lee Harvey Oswald to kill him, then turned around and hired a mobster (Jack Ruby) to "shut Oswald up", made Jack Ruby look like a criminal maniac by throwing him in prison for what he had done, and now Ruby is dead from a secondary form of lung cancer. The image says alot.
S&F just for the structure of the OP, alone. This is, not only, one of the most well put together threads of all time, but seems to have (well cited) irrifutable evidence supporting its claims. Kudos.
I'm a numbers guy, so I also liked the vid embed a few posts down. For those who did not watch it, or it is not in txt somewhere in the posts above, check it...
Thanks for the link. I will definitely be doing some reading for awhile. You should write your own book RA! I for one would buy it.
Originally posted by chooselove
Now, whether all presidents from then on to now have been bribed and or influenced to a more preferable position is another matter though, and to be completely honest, I'm not sure I fully believe it to be completely honest. That being so, I really would love to hear more of your thoughts on this hypothesis. I would definitely say It's a plausible idea after all.
Thanks for your kind words, & thanks for the link on Dorothy Kilgallen. While I was familiar with some of the details of her work & untimely death, I was not aware of all of the jarringly atypical circumstances of the way she was found, & had never heard of Ron Pataky. Interesting reading indeed.
I don't have much more to say on this right now, as I don't want to hijack your thread
Just curious, has it ever crossed your minf that JFK Jr. might have been murdered as well , in the guise of an accident?
On July 16, 1999, Kennedy along with his wife Carolyn and sister-in-law Lauren were reported missing when the Piper Saratoga II HP he was piloting failed to arrive at its planned destination, the Martha's Vineyard Airport in Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts. A search immediately commenced to locate the trio, ending on July 21 when their bodies were discovered and returned to land. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) determined that the plane had crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off Martha's Vineyard and the probable cause was pilot error: "Kennedy's failure to maintain control of the airplane during a descent over water at night, which was a result of spatial disorientation." Kennedy was not qualified to fly a plane by "instruments only," though the crash occurred in conditions not legally requiring it. Their ashes were scattered from the Navy ship USS Briscoe off the coast of Martha's Vineyard.