I have been listening to all the Mae Brussell tapes that are available on-line, in chronological order. I am currently up to October 28, 1974. This is
program is #168 of Dialogue Conspiracy.
She goes hard on California Attorney General en.wikipedia.org...
which is relevant to the murder of RFK, the trial of
Sirhan Sirhan and the suppressed facts and knowledge in the case. She does talk about how many bullets were found (10 found) but Sirhan's gun
capacity was only 8. She gets into Thane Eugene Caesar the Lockheed employee, member of the Right Wing American Independant party, and he who was in
the Ambassador Hotel and he had a gun with him, with a witness who saw him with a gun drawn. And she details all the 10 bullets in her review of the
facts and that is why Evelle Younger is important because as A.G. he ignored those facts. The evidence is overwhelming of a conspiracy at the
Mae also reports on the James Earl Ray case, evidentiary hearings, which is the MLK assassination trial. According to Bernard Fensterwald, Ray's
lawyer, the case could open up all the political assassinations of the 1960's. Virgilio "Raul" Rodriguez, a Watergate burglar, probably met in
Mexico and in New Orleans. History will show the relationships to Oswald, thus linking the JFK assassination to the MLK assassination.
Mae also reports on some details of the E. Howard Hunt's book conspiracy, where Hunt is using aliases, in the spy novels he published, and those
names like "Raul" were obviously connected to those name connected in the Watergate conspiracy.
Robert Haughton's book "Special Unit Senator" is mentioned.
Also mentioned, Secret Service agent Abraham Bolden who was locked up 6 years in a mental hospital. The Martha Mitchell kidnapping (wife of Nixon's
A.G. John Mitchell) and how Richard Nixon wanted to put her into a mental institution.
She also goes hard on President Gerald Ford and the aftermath of the Nixon pardon, Ford's feature role in the Warren Commission, Ford's
manipulations of the historical narrative become readily made apparent because this is the time that Ford vetoed the Freedom of Information Act, his
excuse being 'national security'.
Mae details on the Gerald Ford's comments aboard Air Force One and quoted in regard to his famous "American malaise" lament. Ford knows what
happened in Dallas. Ford said to J. Edgar Hoover "It's always an open investigation." but the spirit of his policies are just the opposite,
according to Mae Brussell's analysis.
Mae's historical tour even touches base with the Alger Hiss papers , investigations of very dangerous criminal databases, the centrally controlled
federal databases, communications and computer instruments, it could result in a potentially abusive centralized federally controlled computer and
information systems, according to White House sources in 1974.
"They are wiring all 50 states together." Mae Brussell is telling us a prophecy from 1974.