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Shotgun those Kennedys why?

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posted on Jan, 20 2008 @ 05:25 PM
Prior to John Fitzgerald Kennedy's November 8, 1960 election to the presidency, Howard Robard Hughes, Junior through the David Dwight Eisenhower Administration created a plan to overthrow Prime Minister Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz' regime in Cuba. The plan which was structured and detailed by Hughes Aircraft through Robert A. Maheu and the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) with minimal input from the U.S. Department of State, was the arming of a counter-revolutionary insurgency composed of anti-Castro Cubans. U.S.-trained Cuban insurgents were to invade Cuba and instigate an uprising among the Cuban people in hopes of removing Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz from power. On April 17, 1961, John Fitzgerald Kennedy ordered the Howard Robard Hughes, Junior planned invasion of Cuba to proceed. With support from Robert A. Maheu enlisted Mafiosi John Roselli and Salvatore Giangana, who both had connections in Cuba and the CIA, a group of 1,500 U.S.-trained Cuban exiles called "Brigade 2506" returned to the island at the Bay of Pigs with the hope of deposing Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz. However, John Fitzgerald Kennedy changed Howard Robard Hughes, Junior's orchestrated Hughes Aircraft plan to take place without any U.S. air support. By April 19, 1961, the Cuban government had captured or killed all of the invading exiles, and negotiations for the release of the 1,189 survivors were made. Failure of the plan was solely caused by John Fitzgerald Kennedy overuling U.S. air support using Hughes Aircraft equipment, the politics resulting in a complete lack of naval support in the face of organized artillery troops on the island who easily incapacitated the exile force as it landed on the beach. After 20 months, Cuba released the captured exiles in exchange for $53 million worth of food and medicine. The incident was a major embarrassment, but President John Fitzgerald Kennedy took full personal responsibility on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas. Afterward, Prime Minister Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz was not wary of a future U.S. invasion.

On May 3, 1963, President John F. Kennedy's appointed U.S. Federal Judge Charles M. Metzner, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, executed a default judgment for Trans World Airlines (TWA) against Howard Robard Hughes, Junior and dismissed his $366-million countersuit against TWA. In 1956, Noah Dietrich had placed an order for 63 Convair 880s for TWA at a cost of $400 million. Although being extremely wealthy at this time, during the Idlewild Airport (JFK Airport) Terminal 5 (TWA Flight Center) construction in 1961-1962, all New York creditors demanded that relinquish of control of TWA in return for providing the money. Howard Robard Hughes, Junior faced bankruptcy, and the U.S. Court of Appeals did not overturn Judge Metzner's decision on May 2, 1964. New York Senator Robert Francis Kennedy convinced the U.S. Supreme Court not to review the CAB decision in October, 1965.

Howard Robard Hughes, Junior was forced by a U.S. federal court to sell all of his 6,584,937 shares in TWA due to 'a conflict of interest' between TWA and Hughes Aircraft ownership. On May 3, 1966 the sale was made of the company he had controlled since 1939. The incident was a major embarrassment, but New York Senator Robert Francis Kennedy took full personal responsibility on June 5, 1968 in Los Angeles, California. Another Bay of Pigs avoided.

"It was a Shotgun wedding for a Shotgun bride." - HRH

Birth Certificate of Howard Robard Hughes, Junior
(born: September 24, 1904 - died: April 5, 1976)

A True U.S. Patriot

posted on Jan, 23 2008 @ 03:42 PM
The second point is that Texas Theatre was built by Howard Hughes before his $366-million countersuit against TWA was dismissed in 1963 by U.S. President John F. Kennedy's appointment in New York, seven months before Lee Harvey Oswald recited "This is it" and "I'm a patsy" after the Bay of Pigs invasion. Fact is Howard Hughes was not particularly pleased losing the $366-million countersuit in 1963 before President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963. Neither was Howard Hughes particularly pleased losing control of $1-billion TWA over the U.S. Court of Appeals refusal to review the Civil Aeronautics Board (Federal Aviation Administration) decision in 1965, caused by former New York District Attorney Robert F. Kennedy influence over the U.S. Court of Appeals as New York Senator. Nor was Howard Hughes particularly pleased with the Bay of Pigs decision in 1961 against using Hughes Aircraft or any other U.S.-air support during the Cuban invasion. Many motives have been assigned to these cases and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s case, but the only plausible motive is never mentioned at The Sixth Floor Museum or anywhere else. Vice President Richard M. Nixon introduced Howard Hughes' Bay of Pigs invasion plan in the Eisenhower Administration, was financially backed by Howard Hughes through his California gubernatorial victory (1950), Vice Presidency (1953-1960), California gubernatorial defeat (1962), caused his move from California to New York (1962), employed the law firm of Nixon, Mudge, Rose, Guthrie & Alexander (1963-1967), and financially backed him through Presidency (1968-1974). A criminal's personality makeup is determined from choices made before, during, and after the crimes. This information is combined with other relevant details and physical evidence, compared with a known personality type having mental abnormalities, then developed into a working description. Considering the 1963 John F. Kennedy assassination and 1966 Howard Hughes choice to seclude himself from Hollywood, California (public eye) at Las Vegas, Nevada, and considering the 1968 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy assassinations and 1970 Howard Hughes choice to seclude himself from Las Vegas, Nevada (public eye) to offshore tax havens, completes the profile. Yes, Shotgun House is south of Dog Trot House, north of Texas Theatre.

"It was a Shotgun wedding for a Shotgun bride." - HRH, 1974

Charles Howard


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