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« on: November 23, 2013, 10:30:24 AM »

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« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2013, 05:13:38 PM »
Let us not forget there was a guy lurking in the background by the name of J. Edgar Hoover who, as FBI director, would have reported to Bobby Kennedy.  I have read that the Kennedys were no admirers of MLK and, either with or without Hoover, had his phones tapped.  I think the FBI and CIA were both aware Oswald was in Dallas and was a danger.  There is so much to this mystery it will never be solved.  Watching the History Channel last night, one of the people who frequented the Warren Commission had the opinion the commission was not the least interested in finding the truth, especially one Mr. Arlen Sphincter.
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« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2013, 05:15:59 PM »
Let us not forget there was a guy lurking in the background by the name of J. Edgar Hoover who, as FBI director, would have reported to Bobby Kennedy.  I have read that the Kennedys were no admirers of MLK and, either with or without Hoover, had his phones tapped.  I think the FBI and CIA were both aware Oswald was in Dallas and was a danger.  There is so much to this mystery it will never be solved.  Watching the History Channel last night, one of the people who frequented the Warren Commission had the opinion the commission was not the least interested in finding the truth, especially one Mr. Arlen Sphincter.

Yep, Specter is very suspicious in how he handled the investigation.  BTW remember the Secret Service insisted on being present at the autopsy at Bethesda and pretty much told the doctors what to do - the entire thing was done very unscientifically and people who were present said they were told you talk about this your service career is over.


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