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Would the "Mr. Big" you are referring to be George H.W. Bush? Who I also believe was behind trying to get Reagan killed so he would become president sooner. From JFK to 9/11 one family can be linked to it all.
Why was Oswald seen carrying a long heavy package in the morning to work? When questioned by police about this long heavy package, Oswald said he never brought one to work! He said all he had was a lunch! And yet Frazier - who was with him in the morning - said he didn't bring a lunch, but he did bring the long package with the "curtain rods"!
On 22nd November, 1963, Frazier gave Oswald a lift to the Texas Book Depository. He told the Warren Commission that Oswald took a package into work that day that he claimed contained curtain rods. In his book The Kennedy Conspiracy, Anthony Summers, points out: "Ironically, it was Frazier and his sister who created a slight doubt that Oswald had, in fact, been carrying the murder weapon rather than his "curtain rods." Both insisted Oswald's parcel was a good eight inches shorter than the disassembled Mannlicher-Carcano. Frazier demonstrated this by showing that Oswald could not physically have carried a 35-inch rifle tucked into his armpit with the base cupped in his hand, as Frazier remembered."
Only Jack Dougherty saw Oswald enter the Texas Book Depository on 22nd November, 1963. However, he told the Warren Commission that Oswald was not carrying "anything in his hands" when he arrived that morning.
Why was Oswald the only employee in the Book Depository to leave the building before it was sealed?
If he didn't do it then why did he shoot Patrolman J. D. Tippit four times a short distance from his rooming house?
Why did he sneak into the Texas Theatre without buying a ticket (he was being watched, btw)?
Don't you think that after all these years something would come out about all those shooters?
Hunt organized the bugging of the Democratic headquarters in the Watergate -- as well as a break-in at the office of Ellsberg's psychiatrist. Hunt's phone number in address books belonging to the Watergate burglars helped investigators -- and reporters -- connect the break-in to the president and his reelection campaign. Convicted of burglary, conspiracy and wiretapping, Hunt served 33 months in prison.
In 2006 it was announced that Hunt had written his memoirs. This included a claim that Lyndon Baines Johnson might have been involved in ordering the assassination of John F. Kennedy. "Having Kennedy liquidated, thus elevating himself to the presidency without having to work for it himself, could have been a very tempting and logical move on Johnson's part. LBJ had the money and the connections to manipulate the scenario in Dallas and is on record as having convinced JFK to make the appearance in the first place. He further tried unsuccessfully to engineer the passengers of each vehicle, trying to get his good buddy, Gov. (John) Connolly, to ride with him instead of in JFK's car - where... he would have been out of danger."
Hunt suggests that senior CIA official, William K. Harvey could have been involved in the plot to kill Kennedy: "Harvey was a ruthless man who was not satisfied with his position in the CIA and its government salary... He definitely had dreams of becoming (CIA director) and LBJ could do that for him if he were president.... (LBJ) would have used Harvey because he was available and corrupt."
Edward Howard Hunt died of pneumonia on 23rd January, 2007. His memoir American Spy: My Secret History in the CIA, Watergate, and Beyond was published in May 2007.
After his father's death, Saint John Hunt, released a tape where his father claimed that Lyndon Baines Johnson was the instigator of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and that it was organised by Cord Meyer, David Atlee Phillips, Frank Sturgis and David Sanchez Morales.
Originally posted by ADVISOR
reply to post by magma
The way this thread makes it sound, 100% not Oswald, because the people who knew, were murdered. By the same people who most likely killed JFK. In the end, before they shot him and then the other guy, they were tieing up loose ends. Hence why it was so sloppy, and again in the public eye.
Done in front of the public to make a point, that if we can kill your president, we can kill you too.
Because JFK was going to do what, eliminate organized crime, and then they killed his brother.
If one actually looks at the facts as they are layed out, it becomes quite clear who killed JFK.
At least to me any ways.
That is how it playes out from my perspective at least.
Originally posted by Rising Against
reply to post by magma
Now is it plausible these would be the actions of a man who had just murdered the President, was able to run towards the opposite end of the floor to hide his gun, run back to where he previously was to leave, run all the way down from the 6th floor to the 2nd (the elevators weren't working which is why Baker was running up the building), have time to catch his breath and then pour himself a coke to look relaxed for when Baker entered the room? I disagree entirely. It's also worth pointing out that a short while prior to the assassination he was also seen in the same place Baker saw him after it, by a women called Carolyn Arnold. So, if anything at all, we should assume Oswald never left, or if he did he was not able to carry out what he is claimed to have done.
Originally posted by ADVISOR
reply to post by Alien Abduct
I guess the answer to that would be blowback, since the last thing we need is domestic resistance.
"Instead of just researching the deaths of John Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Mary Jo Kopechne, and the George Wallace shooting, I began collecting articles about the murders of people involved in those cases. And I began paying attention to the deaths of judges, attorneys, labor leaders, musicians, actors, professors, civil rights leaders—studying what I considered to be untimely, suspicious deaths." www.maebrussell.com...