Thursday, 11 July 2013

The mystery of Ce163

JFK assassination researchers Jim DiEugenio and Debra Conway have kindly posted an article I wrote concerning Oswald’s dark gray blue Jacket on the CTKA website. The article is entitled “The mystery of Ce163”, and can be read here. In this article, I argue that the dark gray blue Jacket (designated Warren Commission exhibit 163) was not discovered inside the TSBD as the Warren Commission told us that it was.
I also argue that the man who allegedly discovered it; a TSBD employee named Frankie Kaiser, was by all likelihood an FBI informant. My appreciation goes out to assassination researchers Greg Parker, Lee Farley, and Richard Gilbride for all the help they provided me. If you have read the article and have questions and comments to make, please don’t hesitate to post them in the comments section below, or to email them to me.
Finally, I would like to express my deepest appreciation to both Ms Conway and Mr DiEugenio for deciding to post my article on the CTKA website.

Note to readers:

There is one pertinent detail in my Jacket essay which I had previously neglected to mention. During his interview with the FBI on the second of December, 1963, Buell Wesley Frazier claimed that when he drove Oswald to the residence of Ruth Paine on the day before the assassination, he observed Oswald wearing a gray Jacket (see here). When Frazier testified before the Warren Commission, he was shown both Ce162 and Ce163, and denied that he had ever seen Oswald wear either one of those Jackets. If Frazier’s recollection is correct, then the Jacket which he saw Oswald wearing was the flannel-wool looking jacket which he also claimed he saw Oswald wearing on the morning of the assassination.
It is also important to keep in mind that Marina Oswald testified that when Oswald arrived at the residence of Ruth Paine on the day before the assassination, he was allegedly wearing Ce162! (See here). If this assertion is true, then not only does it contradict Frazier’s claim, but then Oswald could not have retrieved this Jacket when he arrived at his rooming house on 1026 North Beckley!

Friday, 5 July 2013

New book: Reclaiming Parkland

Highly esteemed JFK assassination researcher, Jim DiEugenio, was kind enough to email me a copy of the current sell sheet for his upcoming book Reclaiming Parkland. I have uploaded it here (below) for any interested person to see what Mr DiEugenio’s new book is all about. I am greatly looking forward to reading a copy of it once it is published, and providing a lengthy review of it on my blog.

Tuesday, 2 July 2013

“Ron Rosenbaum Fires the First Salvo”, by Jim DiEugenio

Up on the CTKA website is an excellent article by Jim DiEugenio entitled “Ron Rosenbaum Fires the First Salvo” (see here). Mr DiEugenio explains the lengths to which journalistic shills such as Rosenbaum go to in order to uphold the utterly absurd conclusions of the Warren Commission. One of Rosenbaum’s most disingenuous claims is that Earlene Roberts, the house keeper of the 1026 North Beckley rooming house where Oswald was allegedly living under the name “O.H Lee”, died before she could testify before the Warren Commission!
Yet as anyone who has studied the JFK assassination should be aware, Roberts did testify before the Warren Commission, and actually died on January 9, 1966, from a heart attack. Mr DiEugenio is currently working on the second part of his article, and I am greatly looking forward to reading it.

As a personal challenge to these Oswald acted alone shills, perhaps they would care to answer the 15 simple questions I had asked Gary Mack here.