JFK - Attentataufdeckung03.04.2021 um 16:28
Nemon schrieb:Im Übrigen: Ist es nicht fast undenkbar, dass niemand irgendwann mal was ausplaudert? Das ist zu groß, um in geschlossenen Kreisen hinter einer Mauer des Schweigens zu bleiben.Walker hat doch geplaudert.
Eugene Dinkin hat geplaudert.
Es gab selbst nach Oswalds Tod FBI-Agenten, die andere Tatverdächtige hatten.
Dass Walker unter Eid gelogen hat, hast du selbst anhand von WC-Aussagen gesehen. Die Frage ist, ob FBI und Kommission so großes Interesse daran hatten, diese Richtung weiter zu verfolgen.
The public must be satisfied that Oswald was the assassin; that he did not have confederates who are still at large; and that the evidence was such that he would have been convicted at trial.
Speculation about Oswald’s motivation ought to be cut off, and we should have some basis for rebutting thought that this was a Communist conspiracy or... a right–wing conspiracy to blame it on the Communists.
Malcolm also points out two pieces of internal subterfuge that impacted the inquiry of the Warren Commission. As he was going through the FBI documents at the Archives, he noticed the code UACB on many of them. What that meant in FBI lingo was this: Do not follow this lead. The acronym literally stands for: Unless Authority Communicated from Bureau. (p. 264) Malcolm said that, within the first 48 hours, many of the FBI documents were marked like this in the bottom left hand corner. (p. 118)https://kennedysandking.com/john-f-kennedy-reviews/the-devil-is-in-the-details-by-malcolm-blunt-with-alan-dale
This perfectly jibes with what the late FBI agent Bill Turner once told this reviewer. Turner had been in the FBI for about ten years. He had left by the time of the Kennedy assassination. He had now become a journalist, but he still had ties within the Bureau. In 1964, he was writing a free-lance article on the JFK case. He asked a couple of active agents if he could see some of their reports. He then saw more of these later when the Commission volumes were issued. He immediately recognized something was wrong.
As Turner told this reviewer, there were three steps in any FBI investigation:
1. The gathering of all relevant leads
2. The following out of those leads to their ultimate end, and
3. The collation of all-important information into a report that did not come to a conclusion.
He then said if you did not do step two—which clearly the agents had not done in the JFK case—then your report was worthless. But, in spite of that, the FBI had come to a conclusion about the Kennedy case anyway. To him, this was a dead giveaway that the fix was in from above. FBI agents simply did not act like that on their own. These two sources of information on the same key issue dovetail with each other. They help explain why the Warren Commission ended up being stillborn.
Nemon schrieb:Zumal die US-Nazis ja auch unter Beobachtung standen und stehen, vermutlich auch infiltriert waren.Soweit ich weiß war Walkers Assistent Bridgepartner von James Hosty.
Dallas, which had been papered on November 22 with “Wanted for Treason” leaflets published by Robert Surrey, an aide to Major General Edwin A. Walker, who had been the target of an assassination attempt in April 1963, the chief suspect of which, according to the Warren Commission, was Oswald. Surrey also played bridge with James Hosty, the FBI agent who had been shadowing Oswald, whose wife,https://www.texasmonthly.com/news-politics/conspiracy-a-go-go/
James Hosty continued for the rest of his life to claim that the JFK Assassination was a Communist Plot.https://www.ciadidnotkilljfk.org/copy-of-the-details
Hosty did not belabor that point to the Warren Commission -- but privately he did. By contrast, several WC witnesses insisted to the WC that the Communists killed JFK -- so they challenged the WC for interrogating the Dallas Right wing. I cite WC witnesses like General Walker, Robert Alan Surrey, Robert Krause, Bernard Weissman, Revilo P. Oliver, and many more.
The tell-tale sign that Dallas FBI agent James Hosty was inside the JFK plot is, IMHO, revealed in his book, Assignment Oswald (1996) in which he rails from the beginning to the middle to the end of his book, that Lee Harvey Oswald knew KGB assassin Valeriy Kostikov, and met him in Mexico City -- thereby proving the Communist Plot.
This is where the genius of Jim Garrison comes front and center. Garrison showed that Lee Harvey Oswald was a Fake Communist, and he was the leader of a Fake FPCC in New Orleans. Garrison also showed that Lee Harvey Oswald traveled to Mexico City with Fake Communist credentials, prepared with help from Guy Banister and his crew at 544 Camp Street.
It is impossible, in my view, that Dallas FBI agent James Hosty was ignorant of these facts -- and so his stubborn insistence that Lee Harvey Oswald was a Real Communist is transparent dishonesty.
Trejo geht davon aus, dass die Leiter Dallas-Niederlassungen von FBI und Secret Service Walker-Sympathisanten gab.
Man sollte die Vernetzung der Rechen mit Exilkubanern und Geheimdienstmitarbeitern nicht vergessen.
Einige aus diesem Komplex aus Anti-Castro-Kämpfern und Rechten haben geplaudert.
Oswalds Absicht die USA wieder zu verlassen und nach Moskau zurückzukehren war zu diesem frühen Zeitpunkt, als Edwin Walker sein Wissen darüber kundgab, bestenfalls Marina bekannt.
Wie konnte Walker kann eine solche Information erhalten haben wenn nicht über einen Geheimdienstmitarbeiter?
Die CIA hat Oswald schon vor seinem Überlaufen zu den Sowjets überwacht. Die ungewöhnliche Umgang mit seiner Akte beweist, dass die agency Oswald nicht einfach als einen einfachen Überläufer betrachtete.
Siehe Abschnitt IV: