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Excellent JFK assasination video documentary
October 1, 2010
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Ninor
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Check it out:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... 287456187#

I thought I knew a lot about the topic beforehand, but this documentary is the icing on the cake.

October 1, 2010
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Hard to believe some people, even to this day, toe the line out of fear. Fear of losing the things that they can't take with them when they go. In the end, once it's been decided, they all have a tough time looking in the mirror. Pity it must come to that before they are capable of summoning the courage to admit the truth. Such is life.

One thing about all of this that people never mention, which never surprises me, is that Kennedy was but one man, one life, sure he was the Leader of the so called free world, but still just one man. Never will that fact ever justify his murder, but the cover up, and make no mistake is was without question a Top to bottom cover up, opened the door for the Murder of millions, literally millions and Millions of people.

I'm quite sure that if I were to say that a certain ELEMENT of the group responsible for Kennedy's death were still at it to this day, I'd be laughed at. That's the sad reality of how shallow the water really is when it comes to knowledge accumulated by the MAJORITY of the people.

Is there anything in the History of this country that was turned to legend faster than the Kennedy Assassination? Anything?

From an Intel point of view, or shall I say, from someone who has a decent working knowledge of how these things come to be ( after the fact ) damage control if you will. Take the Film that was shot, the famous Z Film, the one everyone knows about. Some aspects of the conspiracy were best controlled by a select few ops leaking that the film was altered, or possibly ( faked ) not to imply doubt, but to cast confusion. So who confiscated the Tape? Who subsequently released it back to the person who shot it?

Anyway a very very smart man once told me, while we were kicking this thing around over a few beers, just how easy these things are to pull off. To say the least I was more confused, than shocked, being ignorant of the reality that surrounds these kinds of ops I was saying, NO WAY, IMPOSSIBLE, everyone/anyone can see where the kill shot came from. He laughed and said " The Grassy Knoll " Then asked this question: Where is the shooter? Has anyone EVER found the shooter/shooters? Ever bothered to look? Laugh Laugh What was I to say other than ( Gee I don't know ) Laugh Laugh

Beyond that he said " If they were there " " Then they didn't live the day out " Just a ghost.

Bring Em All Home Cole

October 2, 2010
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Thank you for this discovery, Ninor, very revealing.

Whatever the reason for this vast Universe, whatever the mysteries of this sublime cosmic womb, the force that guides the stars guides you too. You are never alone or helpless.

October 6, 2010
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There's only one thing wrong with it. Too many people involved, kind of sloppy to an extent. The Trip from Florida smells of disinfo, just too many in the know, too many to spill any info down the road.

I will concede the difficulty in striking a moving target, but still not much of a stretch for an expert shooter, not a marksman, anyone can achieve such. I'm talking expert.

Bring Em All Home Cole

October 18, 2010
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The video is very interesting, however whilst compelling viewing the whole thing is based upon circumstantial evidence and the so-called Bush connection to the CIA and to Hunt.

It cites:

2 pages of documents of 100,000 pages that is 50,000:1 odds

The fact that JFK's head went back and to the left indicating a shot from the front right and the Doctors who saw the injuries clearly point to, which did not concur with the Warren Commissions Report, which everyone knows was a fairy tale anyway.

All of which seems to Point to a second or third shooter on the Grassy Noll which has been a given to any reasonable person.

It also cites a bunch of other coincidences which could be interpreted many different ways depending on perspective/interpretation of evidence (if any) and let's face it much of what was said is not evidence just perspective on coincidences.

Other than those things I see no cold hard evidence or indeed a smoking gun.

I therefore suggest this entire video presentation was/is one of hundreds of existing theories all be it very compelling.

The thing that I ask of all of those reading this thread is:
Do you think for a moment that if you or anyone were to find some cold hard evidence and were to present it to the Government, that the Government would actually do anything about it now, given that those in power have so much to lose because of the assassination in the first place .. which is why they covered it up in the first place back in '63'?

Seriously, one needs to look at Jim Garrison and his career since he became the only man to have ever brought murder charges against anyone over the assassination of JFK. Look at his experiences and tell me why you think it would be any different for you.

I somehow think that in a lot of ways that people around the world have this romantic idea that uncovering the truth about the JFK's murder will make everything alright in a world gone mad .. it won't.

Don't get me wrong, Kennedy was for the time he was allowed to serve as President did a great many good things not only for America but indeed the entire world IMHO. Yes, he was is and always be the most loved of all of the modern day Presidents and on November 22, 1963 we (the world )lost a great man.

Remember remember the fifth of November
Gunpowder, treason and plot.
I see no reason why gunpowder, treason
Should ever be forgot...

October 18, 2010
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Jim Garrison
Scource: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J.....m_Garrison
District Attorney of Orleans Parish
In office
1961–1973
Preceded by Richard Dowling
Succeeded by Harry Connick, Sr.
Constituency New Orleans, Louisiana
Born November 20, 1921(1921-11-20)
Died October 21, 1992 (aged 70)
Nationality American
Political party Democratic Party
Alma mater law degree from Tulane University in 1949

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Earling Carothers "Jim" Garrison (November 20, 1921 – October 21, 1992) — who changed his first name to Jim in the early 1960s — was the District Attorney of Orleans Parish, Louisiana from 1962 to 1973. A member of the Democratic Party, he is best known for his investigations into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy (JFK).

Garrison remains a controversial figure. Opinions differ as to whether he uncovered a conspiracy behind the John F. Kennedy assassination but was blocked from successful prosecution by a federal government cover up, whether he bungled his chance to uncover a conspiracy, or whether the entire case was an unproductive waste of resources.

Early life and career

Earling Carothers Garrison was born in Denison, Iowa. His family moved to New Orleans in his childhood, where he was reared by his divorced mother. He served in the U.S. National Guard in World War II, then got a law degree from Tulane University Law School in 1949. He worked for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for two years and then returned to active duty with the National Guard. After fifteen months, he was relieved from duty. One Army doctor concluded he had a "severe and disabling psychoneurosis" which "interfered with his social and professional adjustment to a marked degree. He is considered totally incapacitated from the standpoint of military duty and moderately incapacitated in civilian adaptability." As it turned out, Garrison was suffering from anxiety and exhaustion that was possibly due to the fact that, during World War II, he had flown 35 dangerous reconnaissance missions over France and Germany. He had also witnessed the horrors of totalitarianism first-hand when his unit entered the Dachau concentration camp one day after its liberation. Although one doctor did recommend that Garrison be discharged from service and collect 10% permanent disability, Garrison opted instead to join National Guard where his record was reviewed by the army surgeon general who “found him to be physically qualified for federal recognition in the national army."

District Attorney

Garrison worked for New Orleans law firm Deutsch, Kerrigan & Stiles from 1954 to 1958, when he became an assistant district attorney. Garrison became a flamboyant, colorful, well-known figure in New Orleans, but was initially unsuccessful in his run for public office, losing a 1959 election for criminal court judge. In 1961 he ran for district attorney, winning against incumbent Richard Dowling by 6,000 votes in a five-man Democratic primary. Despite lack of major political backing, his performance in a televised debate and last minute television commercials are credited with his victory.

Once in office, Garrison cracked down on prostitution and the abuses of Bourbon Street bars and strip joints. He indicted Dowling and one of his assistants with criminal malfeasance, but the charges were dismissed for lack of evidence. Garrison did not appeal. Garrison received national attention for a series of vice raids in the French Quarter, staged sometimes on a nightly basis. Newspaper headlines in 1962 praised Garrison's efforts, "Quarter Crime Emergency Declared by Police, DA. — Garrison Back, Vows Vice Drive to Continue — 14 Arrested, 12 more nabbed in Vice Raids." Garrison's critics often point out that many of the arrests made by his office did not result in convictions, implying that he was in the habit of making arrests without evidence. However, assistant DA William Alford has said that charges would more often than not be reduced or dropped if a relative of someone charged gained Garrison’s ear. He had, said Alford, “a heart of gold."

After a conflict with local criminal judges over his budget, he accused them of racketeering and conspiring against him. The eight judges charged him with misdemeanor criminal defamation, and Garrison was convicted in January 1963. (In 1965 the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the conviction and struck down the state statute as unconstitutional.) At the same time, Garrison indicted Judge Bernard Cocke with criminal malfeasance and, in two trials prosecuted by Garrison himself, Cocke was acquitted.

Garrison charged nine policemen with brutality, but dropped the charges two weeks later. At a press conference he accused the state parole board of accepting bribes, but could obtain no indictments. He accused the state legislature of the same, but held no investigation. He was unanimously censured by the legislature.

In 1965, running for reelection against Judge Malcolm O'Hara, Garrison won with 60 percent of the vote.

Kennedy assassination investigation

New Orleans D.A. Jim Garrison began an investigation into the assassination of President Kennedy in the fall of 1966, after receiving several tips from Jack Martin that a man named David Ferrie may have been involved in the assassination. The end result of Garrison's investigation was the arrest and trial of New Orleans businessman Clay Shaw in 1969, with Shaw being unanimously acquitted less than one hour after the case went to the jury.

Garrison was able to subpoena the Zapruder film from Life magazine and show it to the public for the first time. Until the trial, the film had rarely been seen, and bootleg copies made by assassination investigators working with Garrison led to the film's wider distribution.

Garrison's key witness against Clay Shaw was Perry Russo, a twenty-five year old insurance salesman from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. During the trial, Russo testified that he had attended an "assassination party" at David Ferrie's apartment, where Shaw, Ferrie, and Lee Harvey Oswald had discussed killing President Kennedy. Russo’s version of events has been questioned by some historians and researchers, such as Patricia Lambert, once it became known that part of his testimony was induced by hypnotism, and by the drug sodium pentothal (sometimes called "truth serum"). Indeed, the early version of Russo's testimony, as told in the DA memo, before he was subjected to sodium pentothal and hypnosis, fails to mention an "assassination party" and says that Russo met Clay Shaw on two occasions, neither of which occurred at the "party."However in Jim Garrison's book On the Trail of the Assassins, he says Russo had already told of the party at David Ferrie's before any "truth serum" was admitted.
Later career

In 1973, Garrison was tried for accepting bribes to protect illegal pinball machine operations. Pershing Gervais, Garrison's former chief investigator, testified that Garrison had received approximately $3,000 every two months for nine years from the dealers. Garrison, acting as his own defense attorney, called the allegations baseless, alleging they were concocted as part U.S. government sought to destroy him because of his efforts to implicate the CIA in the Kennedy assassination. The jury found Garrison not guilty. It has been rumored[who?] that Gervais admitted to concocting the charges.

In the same year, Garrison was defeated for reelection as district attorney by Harry Connick, Sr. On April 15, 1978, Garrison won a special election over a Republican candidate, Thomas F. Jordan, for a state Circuit Court of Appeals judgeship, a position that he held until his death.

In 1987, Garrison appeared as himself in the film The Big Easy.

After the Shaw trial, Garrison wrote three books on the Kennedy assassination, A Heritage of Stone (1970), The Star Spangled Contract, and the best-seller, On The Trail of The Assassins (1988). His investigation again received widespread attention through Oliver Stone's 1991 film, JFK, which was largely based on Garrison's book On the Trail of the Assassins as well as Jim Marrs' Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy. Kevin Costner played a fictionalized version of Garrison in the movie. Garrison himself had a small on-screen role in the film, playing United States Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren.

Garrison was also the subject of the song "Keep A Workin' Big Jim" by the singer Johnny Rebel.
Legacy

Garrison was later viewed as an embarrassment by writer Gerald Posner, who believes Oswald acted alone. However, several researchers, including Jim DiEugenio, William Davy, and Joan Mellen have defended Garrison.

According to a number of critics[who?], Garrison was cruel and mistreated witnesses in his attempt to prove an assassination conspiracy. Witnesses, including Perry Raymond Russo later claimed to have been bribed and threatened with perjury and contempt of court charges by Garrison in order to make his case against Shaw. However, in seeming contradiction[clarification needed] to this, Perry Russo, in an interview with public radio station reporters Will Robinson and Marilyn Colman, had this to say: "...[NBC News reporter] Walter Sheridan tells me and threatens me that he's gonna take Garrison out and take me with him."

Remember remember the fifth of November
Gunpowder, treason and plot.
I see no reason why gunpowder, treason
Should ever be forgot...

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