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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby ProfWag » 09 Oct 2012, 04:06

Just to play devil's advocate here, how do you KNOW LBJ was behind THE assassination? Is it not possible that there could have been assassination discussions going on as you suggest, but LHO beat them to the punch and wasn't part of LBJ'S plot (assuming there was one, of course.)? Could there not have been 2,3,4, or more different plots being planned that all left out LHO who did this of his own accord?
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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby Misha » 09 Oct 2012, 04:15

Hi ProfWag, My position is clear. LBJ was a cog. A very important cog. Oswald was a patsy.
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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby Scepcop » 09 Oct 2012, 04:33

ProfWag wrote:Just to play devil's advocate here, how do you KNOW LBJ was behind THE assassination? Is it not possible that there could have been assassination discussions going on as you suggest, but LHO beat them to the punch and wasn't part of LBJ'S plot (assuming there was one, of course.)? Could there not have been 2,3,4, or more different plots being planned that all left out LHO who did this of his own accord?


Evidence, means, motives, opportunity and follow the money. LBJ had all those things, but LHO had none of them.

Why don't you pseudoskeptics have common sense? Why is the official version of everything to you a religion? Why do you cling to it?
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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby Arouet » 09 Oct 2012, 05:21

Scepcop wrote:Why don't you pseudoskeptics have common sense? Why is the official version of everything to you a religion? Why do you cling to it?


Ugh, Scepcop - just following your common sense is the OPPOSITE of being a skeptic! Point to evidence, sure, but please leave out common sense! Common sense is often wrong, and is completely unreliable.
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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby ProfWag » 09 Oct 2012, 05:32

Scepcop wrote:Evidence, means, motives, opportunity and follow the money. LBJ had all those things, but LHO had none of them.

Evidence = None. You may have theories and thoughts but there isn't one shred of physical evidence. Sorry, doesn't fly.
Means = None. Just because he had money doesn't mean he would kill the President. Sorry, doesn't fly.
Motive = None. He would have been Pres in 5 years anyway. Why take a chance and kill the boss? Sorry, doesn't fly.
Opportunity = None. Way too risky to kill the President when you are the Vice President. What if he was found out? Sorry, doesn't fly.
Follow the money = All the money in the world isn't worth it to the Vice President of the United States to have the President of the United States killed. Lyndon Johnson was one of the richest Presidents ever to serve and he made his fortune before 1963. Just how much money does one need? Sorry, that doesn't fly either.
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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby ProfWag » 09 Oct 2012, 05:35

Misha wrote:Hi ProfWag, My position is clear. LBJ was a cog. A very important cog. Oswald was a patsy.

I don't know what you mean by a "cog." Also, to not admit that my statement asking if it was not possible that people could have conspired but Oswald acted alone tells me emphatically that you are open only to conspiracy theories. Sorry, but that is now clear to me. Not that there's anything wrong with it, but please don't state that you are open to other ideas.
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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby Misha » 09 Oct 2012, 07:07

ProfWag wrote:
Misha wrote:Hi ProfWag, My position is clear. LBJ was a cog. A very important cog. Oswald was a patsy.

I don't know what you mean by a "cog." Also, to not admit that my statement asking if it was not possible that people could have conspired but Oswald acted alone tells me emphatically that you are open only to conspiracy theories. Sorry, but that is now clear to me. Not that there's anything wrong with it, but please don't state that you are open to other ideas.


No, it tells me you won't read the 1800 pages put out by Douglas P. Horne at the ARRB. Also, if you read Jim Douglass' book - "JFK And the Unspeakable" you will find some of your answers. No, I am open minded, ProfWag. I have just done my homework.

I will add this. After a lecture I walked with Ramsey Clark to a subway stop in Manhattan. I told him this, "You know Ramsey there wasn't one shred of evidence linking Oswald to the rifle that was allegedly used during the assassination. The chain of custody was compromised before a partial palm print was found on the weapon. The paraffin tests of Oswald were inconclusive. Simply put, prosecutors would have had a very difficult time prosecuting Oswald for the murder of JFK." Ramsey Clark replied, "Well Oswald was killed, wasn't he?"

Yep, just a conspiracy theorists, hey? What are you? A coincidence theorists? An unintended consequence theorist? A somnambulist theorist? Or, even maybe, an incompetence theorist?
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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby ProfWag » 09 Oct 2012, 07:38

Misha wrote:
ProfWag wrote:
Misha wrote:Hi ProfWag, My position is clear. LBJ was a cog. A very important cog. Oswald was a patsy.

I don't know what you mean by a "cog." Also, to not admit that my statement asking if it was not possible that people could have conspired but Oswald acted alone tells me emphatically that you are open only to conspiracy theories. Sorry, but that is now clear to me. Not that there's anything wrong with it, but please don't state that you are open to other ideas.


No, it tells me you won't read the 1800 pages put out by Douglas P. Horne at the ARRB. Also, if you read Jim Douglass' book - "JFK And the Unspeakable" you will find some of your answers. No, I am open minded, ProfWag. I have just done my homework.

I will add this. After a lecture I walked with Ramsey Clark to a subway stop in Manhattan. I told him this, "You know Ramsey there wasn't one shred of evidence linking Oswald to the rifle that was allegedly used during the assassination. The chain of custody was compromised before a partial palm print was found on the weapon. The paraffin tests of Oswald were inconclusive. Simply put, prosecutors would have had a very difficult time prosecuting Oswald for the murder of JFK." Ramsey Clark replied, "Well Oswald was killed, wasn't he?"

Yep, just a conspiracy theorists, hey? What are you? A coincidence theorists? An unintended consequence theorist? A somnambulist theorist? Or, even maybe, an incompetence theorist?

Not to get into a pissing contest, but if your homework is only from the conspiracy side of the house, then you have some more homework to do. Many of the things you post may (or may not) be accurate, but none of it has shown that LHO was not on the 6th floor with a rifle. Forensics have shown that the bullets that killed JFK have come from the TSD and that if there was a gunman on the grassy knoll, JFK's head would have blown apart and actually hit Jackie. Shots from other locations could not have been pulled off. That is the evidence that I have seen and is extremely conclusive.
There were a lot of errors and chaos that day. A lot of things went wrong in the investigation from chains of custody, to cleaning out the limo, to a potentially botched autopsy. None of those things do anything to deny that LHO could easily of shot JFK that day. I'm sorry Misha, but the forensic evidence that we have available is pretty solid.
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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby Misha » 09 Oct 2012, 07:49

Agree to Disagree, ProfWag.
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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby Misha » 09 Oct 2012, 09:57

ProfWag,

'There's two ways of looking at the idea of understanding:

"One, If you don't look you will never see. And two, If you look a little less you'll might see a helluva lot more.'"

--Tommy lee Jones in the film "Electric Mist."
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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby SydneyPSIder » 09 Oct 2012, 15:27

Good ol' JFK. Apparently some 38 different people have been proposed as the direct assassins on the day.

A friend has read all the JFK books, according to his most recent read LBJ was heavily involved, however the Mafia may have supplied assassins, they had worked out a few years earlier to always use a patsy for hits after one of their people had a lot of trouble clearing the court system after a particular hit.

Apart from all the usual evidence presented about magic bullets etc, I think Jim Garrison's work and commentary all the way back in the 60s was good work. He points out the LHO only ever wanted to be a good Marine, and the previous couple of years were clearly setting LHO up for something -- he was 'managed' by a CIA office and asked to do pointless things like hand out flyers for the Cuban cause and so on, to set up a back story. They found a genuine miniature Minox 'spy camera' in his belongings, something only issued to operatives and not available for sale to the public, and the cops listed it as a 'light meter' as the presence of the camera implied he had some connections. Getting a Russian wife was more back story, he was just going to be a useful patsy to someone someday, or more likely used to infiltrate the Cuban socialists. More info on LHO's previous doings is available online.

Further, Dallas wasn't the only location an attempt was going to be made on JFK's life. Another person with similar circumstances to LHO reported that they had been told to attend at a certain location in another city JFK was visiting, I think it was Chicago, and a few days later when the Dallas news broke realised that if circumstances had been different and the hit had gone ahead in his town, he would have been the patsy. Hence LHO's protest that 'he was just a patsy' after he'd worked it all out and realised that he wasn't being groomed as a special US agent after all, or that he would have a distinguished intelligence career, and the extraordinary need to silence him using Jack Ruby, someone who seemed very far from being a patriot with his mob connections and mob-frequented lowlife bar.

There was a problem that LHO somehow had to get down 2-3 storeys to be standing beside a Coke machine after getting the shots off, etc. Let's face it, he'd just been told to be in the Depository on such and such a level. Further, there were photos of the 5th floor of the Depository taken at the moment of the shooting that were cropped on the left side when published in the mainstream media demonstrating that there was the face and body of someone wearing a black t-shirt at the OTHER end of the same floor that LHO was supposed to be standing on. The face is not in the cropped shots but can be seen in the full photo. The entire floor was continuous without walls, i.e. LHO would have clearly been able to see someone standing at the other end of the same floor if he had truly been on the 5th floor of the depository -- but the face is not at LHO's supposed vantage point where the rifle was found, and it's not LHO. This photo is available on the net.

Has everyone seen the video about the Secret Service stand-down just before the hit? It's on youtube. Ordinarily 2 secret service guys would stand on the special little landings that slid out of the rear bumper of the car. Just before the fateful bend in the road, they were ordered to climb off the landings for no good reason while the car was in motion. You can see the SS guy looking bewildered and throwing his hands in the air after stepping off, then loping uneasily and uncomfortably along behind the car for a few paces as he tried to keep up. Normally that kind of order would never be given, it was unthinkable to them to leave the President unprotected. Seconds later the shots rang out.

According to some accounts here - http://sadbastards.wordpress.com/2009/0 ... the-patsy/, Carlos Marcello from the Mob was directly responsible, and LBJ was not implicated, who thought it was the Cubans. They just picked LHO up as the patsy although he was a spook of some sort.

‘YEAH, I HAD the son of a bitch killed. I’m glad I did. I’m sorry I couldn’t have done it myself!”

These were the words of Carlos Marcello, the Mafia godfather of Louisiana and Texas. And he was talking about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. I believe he was played by John Candy in Oliver Stones “JFK.”

Marcello’s admission is in uncensored FBI files at the National Archives, detailed for the first time in a new encyclopedic book “Legacy of Secrecy,” by Lamar Waldron.

Waldron’s 848-page blockbuster was published in November, 2008. It involves 20 years of research that began in 1988 when he didn’t know that Mafioso Marcello had confessed to JFK’s murder back in 1985. The FBI kept this fact a secret for more than two decades. The Warren Commission released its cover-up version of the death of JFK at the hands of a lone assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald and a magic bullet.

In their war against organized crime and the Mafia, President Kennedy and his brother Attorney General Robert Kennedy were never able to convict any members of the Marcello crime family. And Marcello didn’t make his admission of guilt until he was serving a long prison sentence as a result of an FBI sting.

The FBI groomed an informant who became Carlos Marcello’s cellmate. These tapes have never been released but they reveal the godfather standing in the prison yard, flying into a rage and cussing the Kennedys.

Marcello confessed that he’d also met Lee Harvey Oswald and brought him into the plot via that Louisiana character David Ferrie, played by actor Joe Pesci in Stone’s ”JFK.” Now it is coming to light that the movie was very close to the truth.


Oliver Stone’s 1991 film JFK closed with the following message:
A Congressional Investigation from 1976-1979 found a “probable conspiracy” in the assassination of John F. Kennedy and recommended the Justice Department investigate further. As of 1991, the Justice Department has done nothing. The files of the House Select Committee on Assassinations are locked away until the year 2029.
In the wake of the film, Congress was besieged by the public and quickly passed the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992 to remedy this situation.
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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby Misha » 09 Oct 2012, 21:06

Hi SydneyPSIder,

There is no doubt that the mob's finger was involved in the assassination of JFK. However, they were nothing but an operational sub-group or at best a limited hangout to the real purveyors behind the murder. It is proven that the CIA and the mob were working together to eliminate Castro. No arguments there. However, there is more than enough information to suggest that there was an unseen hand directing the activities of the mob throughout the entire episode of JFK's administration. Jim Douglass has given what most researchers consider the best overall view on the dynamics behind the assassination. Get the book, please. Below is a pretty good review of Douglass' book.

http://www.ctka.net/2008/jfk_unspeakable.html

Also, to understand Bobby Kennedy's mindset after the assassination, please read David Talbot's - "Brothers." And last but not least, read Douglas P. Horne's - "Inside The ARRB" (Assassination Record Review Board). Horne and the ARRB go to great lengths on how the "State" covered up the assassination of JFK. Something the "mob" could not do.
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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby SydneyPSIder » 09 Oct 2012, 21:56

Interesting courtroom outcomes for Mac Wallace, LBJ's personal hitman: http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwallaceM.htm

The jury found Wallace guilty of" murder with malice afore-thought". Eleven of the jurors were for the death penalty. The twelfth argued for life imprisonment. Judge Charles O. Betts overruled the jury and announced a sentence of five years imprisonment. He suspended the sentence and Wallace was immediately freed.

According to Bill Adler of The Texas Observer, several of the jurors telephoned John Kinser's parents to apologize for agreeing to a "suspended sentence, but said they did so only because threats had been made against their families."
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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby ProfWag » 10 Oct 2012, 00:23

Misha,
Is it true that on page 1654 of Horne's book, he states the following:?

"One reality that is undeniable is that Lee Harvey Oswald DID NOT KILL PRESIDENT KENNEDY, as proven by George O'Toole in
1975."

If that is true, is that quote above taken out of context or does that pretty much sum up Mr. Horne's conclusion?
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Re: JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Postby Misha » 10 Oct 2012, 04:59

ProfWag wrote:Misha,
Is it true that on page 1654 of Horne's book, he states the following:?

"One reality that is undeniable is that Lee Harvey Oswald DID NOT KILL PRESIDENT KENNEDY, as proven by George O'Toole in
1975."

If that is true, is that quote above taken out of context or does that pretty much sum up Mr. Horne's conclusion?


Hi ProWag,

I'll have to check on it. However, I would like all of us to be careful, me included, concerning data mining. Yes, it can be difficult not to do so. However, I will always source my information when possible and what I do quote I will put the book, pages and a context to what I write. I will also give anecdotes and also the people I have met and talked with. Frankly, guys. I am not an Internet researcher. Yes, it is a wonderful tool and can help us define the parameters of an argument. However, I am a book reader. I want to understand an author's mindset from front to cover so that I may glean what is pertinent and what is not. All authors have bias' as Jim Marrs has said. Jim also said, it is up to us take the information and weigh it against other research and formulate a reasonable argument based on the totality of one's research.

ProfWag, I am curious where you found Horne's statement? I take it that you have not read his 5 volume research "Inside The ARRB?"
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