Friday, August 23, 2013

Ethan Book / Larry Rivera

Obama's citizenship / Latest JFK research


  1. For a while as Mr Book rambled through 3/4 of the interview I thought for a while he was going to tell us about his childhood.

    Every time I listen to a program where either a whistleblower of investigator is interviewed I laugh at the naivety of such professionals.

    Every one of them contacts senators and/or the FBI only to be either fired, spied on or invaded by "law enforcement" and military at gun point. Then they keep doing the same thing.

    Further they think that the courts will be sympathetic and fair. Mr Book has other problems with his case though because he comes across as too analytical and nitpicking, grasping at every sentence in a document where even a fair judge will become disinterested and throw it out of court.

    We all know the Obama/Soetoro story and he really added nothing to what is already known and we already know that the entire system is rotten to the core. The only answer to what is going on is to defiantly set up citizen grand juries and set up citizen prosecutors and courts if that is somehow possible.

  2. Joseph, that's a great observation. One would think a pre-med student turned politician would have caught on sooner. How long should it take for a moderately educated person to get it that you can't trust authority figures or institutions and that whistle-blowing is not usually a good idea?

  3. Regarding the doorway photograph, are you saying "doorman" is Oswald? His face is much too narrow to be Oswald. He looks exactly like Lovelady. In the scenes from his arrest, Oswald is wearing a white, crew-neck tee shirt and a lightweight jacket of a woven material that appears to have cuffs. How does anyone know what LHO was wearing before he changed? Or did he change his jacket?

    Could Lovelady's head have been taken from another figure and put on the doorman? I enlarged the pictures as much as I could and noticed that figures had been blocked out. The retouching looked like it had been done on a newspaper photograph because of the screening and the dot pattern having been erased in places.

    : A Timeline - Google Groups!msg/alt.conspiracy.jfk/4pCQru3nLN0/Fu1DPE9lPToJ

    "I got word about the President being killed...and he {LHO} come in,
    in a hurry. I said 'Ooh, you're in a hurry'. He never parted his
    lips....he went to his room, got a short coat to put on, and then he
    walked on out to the bus stop....and that's the last I saw of him."


    Jury: CIA Involved in JFK Assassination
    Not a single major newspaper nor any national news broadcast has ever reported that on Feb. 6, 1985, a jury in Miami concluded that the CIA was involved in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

    This is remarkable, if only because the verdict came in a court case featuring two international celebrities: Water gate burglar E. Howard Hunt -- perhaps the most infamous CIA operative in history -- and his courtroom nemesis -- attorney Mark Lane. Scattered news reports did mention Hunt had lost a libel case against The SPOTLIGHT....

    The highlight of the trial was when Lane presented the jury the testimony of Marita Lorenz, an ex-CIA operative who had worked with Hunt in plots against Fidel Castro.

    Miss Lorenz testified that on Nov. 21, 1963 -- the day prior to the JFK assassination -- she arrived in Dallas in a two-car caravan from Miami. Accompanying her were several CIA operatives, armed with telescopic rifles, including Frank Sturgis who (years later) participated with Hunt in the Watergate burglary.

    She didn't know the purpose of the mission, but upon arrival, the travelers met with Hunt, who acted as their paymaster, and also Jack Ruby who, days later, killed the accused assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald.

    Uncomfortable, sensing something "big, very big," was impending, she left Dallas that same day. Later Sturgis told her how big the mission had been: the assassination of President Kennedy.

    The jury listened carefully to her testimony, already suspicious of Hunt after his performance under Lane's cross-examination. Lane pointed out inconsistencies in conflicting stories by Hunt over the years about where he had been on Nov. 22, 1963. However, Hunt insisted to the jury that he was in Washington, D.C. with his wife and three children that day.

    Hunt's case collapsed when he was unable to explain, when questioned by Lane, why his teenage children had asked him if the rumors he was involved in the events in Dallas were true..........

    1. "Hunt insisted to the jury that he was in Washington, D.C. with his wife and three children that day.

      Hunt's case collapsed [THEN] when he was unable to explain, when questioned by Lane, why his teenage children had asked him if the rumors he was involved in the events in Dallas were true.......... "

      By the same application of logic, our host, Professor Fetzer, ought to be suspicious of Madeleine Duncan Brown's claims, where she says 1) that the night before the assassination LBJ said to her "after tomorrow I won't have to worry about those Kennedy boys anymore" and 2) that she later confronted him with claims rampant in Dallas that he was somehow involved and asked if this was true.

      How could she have been in any doubt if LBJ really had made the earlier comment? Just as Hunt's kids could have had no doubt he wasn't involved in the shooting if they really were with him in Washington on Nov 22.

  5. What evidence exists proving LBJ masterminded the Kennedy assassination?


    I would think research would show that Nixon was very much involved in the JFK assassination;

    In November, 1972, Richard M. Nixon was re-elected President. One month later, on behalf of the Nixon White House, America's secret political police, the American Gestapo, the FBI, and the American CIA, arranged to sabotage a commercial airplane headed for Chicago. On board were twelve Watergate figures, including Dorothy Hunt, wife of the Watergate burglar, E.Howard Hunt. They had reportedly blackmailed two million dollars out of Nixon threatening, among other things, to publicize documents they had showing Tricky Dick, along with top officials of the FBI and the CIA, had planned and carried out the political assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

  7. There is no evidence whatsoever the Altgens 6 photo has been altered. Its been scrutinized 6 ways from Sunday for 50 years...yet a former chiropractor has proven all the great photo analysts of history wrong....gimme a break...can we move on from this crap already?

  8. This is a total misrepresentation of the DeLoach memo comparable to Mr. Rivera's mistaken identification of the woman holding the child nearly in line with the doorway in Altgens 6 which has been totally debunked.

    He not only misidentifies a man and a woman standing next to each other but he totally misses the fact they are seen in a differnt place in Altgens 6.