Thoughts on the Kennedy Assassination

There are no coincidences…

Many people have taken another view on this terrible political murder, and what it did to the US psyche in 1963 and echoes down through our disgrace in 1975 Saigon, and right up to the election of Ronald Reagan.

Here’s a view that absolutely proves the murder was the result of a conspiracy, if not intended, a conspiracy of benign neglect, omission, and irresponsibly at the highest levels of government of those tasked with the safety of President Kennedy.

First, anyone educated and alive in 1963 knew; as a matter of real fact, that the Old South and rightwing zealotry were in full fruition in 1963 Dallas. Then, as now, Confederate (traitor flags) flew and still fly there with impunity. To travel in an open car (preannounced) in Dallas, was just about commensurate to painting a bulls-eye on the president. I’ll answer for you; Obama in a preannounced trip in an open car anywhere in old Dixie? There’s answer one.

Two – No sealed chain of evidence – in fact physical evidence was collected on a piecemeal method. The most important murder in modern US history and even a first-year LAPD detective would call it pedestrian and inadmissible as evidence in a homicide trial. Oh – and don’t forget the mystery bullet found on a hallway gurney at Parkland Hospital.

Three – The autopsy was also done on a need to know basis, with a neophyte doctor doing the preliminary examinations. No projectile trajectories were documented and the president’s remains (before an expert examination) were spirited off to Washington – actual location is still a closed book.

Four – The murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, in the bowels of the Dallas PD garage by a known mob associate who ran a go-go joint, with “take out service.” And we are to believe this bottom feeder’s patriotism was so incensed that he coincidentally arrived in a police secured area precisely at the most opportune time to silence a US Marine gone wild?

No my friends – anyone with the most rudimentary understanding of a murder investigation knows instinctively there are no coincidences in the commission of and the trail to the act of killing another human being. The Kennedy murder, were it not for the victim, could be a university study on how not to pursue a felony homicide investigation.

Thanks for reading…


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5 Responses to Thoughts on the Kennedy Assassination

  1. larry chalk says:

    A lot of reasons to be suspicious. Larry Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2013 03:34:17 +0000 To:

  2. I was in fifth grade then. I grew up in small town farm country. We all went hunting. It was such an easy shot from that high trajectory. Oswald was a failure in every area of his life after the marines. The Russians didn’t consider him either smart enough or reliable enough to be a spy. His wife was planning to leave him and take the kids. All he had left was a moderate level of skill with guns. He had a reservoir of anger. It was a crime of opportunity. That’s how my generation views it.

  3. Terry Harris says:

    Don have you read any of Vince Palamara? He is ‘very well studied’ on the Secret Service and also a little amused that even the people who dislike him so much, because of his position on the SS, that spit after saying his name, are calling him an expert on the SS. He holds (with mountains of evidence) that JFK’s SS protection for the Dallas trip was ‘unique’. Different than all other trips made with the same agents, even in other places in Texas on the same trip.

    Don, do you recall the state flower of Texas?

    There was a rumor started by one of the SS agents that Kennedy ordered “those ivy-league charlatans off the back of the limo” as the reason he was assassinated. More than less saying the victim was responsible for his own murder by interfering with the agents and being just too hard to protect. Nov 21st they were in San Antonio, and on the morning of the 22nd in Fort Worth, the protection was by the manual (Vince has reams of data to demonstrate his assertions) but when it came to Dallas all sorts of things happened there that happened nowhere else.

    Hmmm …

    All the Secret Service agents in Dealey Plaza were in cars in the motorcade. No SS agents were out on the street, yet there are numerous testimonies from people who were approached near the knoll by men in suits with SS credentials, doing things like confiscating film from peoples cameras, and chasing others away from the railroad bridge and the parking lot behind the grassy knoll. Shortly after Nov 22, all SS agents were reissued a new type of official ID.

    Hmmm …

    Vince re-interviewed and has personally signed letters, email and other communications from the Kennedy SS detail present in Dallas, that demolishes the rumor as completely untrue, but you should read what Vince has to say in his own words.

    Normal security practices included the use of the military to man the parade route, in buildings, on roof tops, etc. The 112th Military Intelligence Group at 4th Army Headquarters were ordered under protest from both Col. Maximillian Reich and his deputy, Lt. Col. Joel Cabaza, to “Stand Down” rather than report in with their units for duty in augmentation of the Secret Service. Only in Dallas.

    Hmmm …

    There’s a very ‘telling’ Dallas TV video segment when the motorcade is leaving Love field, one agent (I think Rybka) trots along to get on the president’s limo, can be seen waving his arms in disbelief as he’s being called off position by the agent in charge and literally left behind at the airport as everyone else drives off to downtown. As the motorcade reaches Main and Elm the motorcycle escort drops back to the position of the follow up SS car, “The Queen Mary” as if the protection was needed there.

    Hmmm …

    A former Secret Service agent has told WLS-TV there was a plot to kill President Kennedy in Chicago three weeks before he was assassinated in Dallas. The SS just cancelled that trip altogether.

    Before Chicago in early November, there was KKK guy in Miami, Joseph Milteer, that laid out the entire assassination scenario to a police informant who advised the local SS (there is an audio tape recording that you can hear with your own ears) this info was never forwarded to the Dallas SS. Milteer was photographed on Elm Street in Dallas on November 22nd, 1963 at 12:30.

    Hmmm …

    Dearie Cabell, wife of then Dallas mayor, Earle Cabell is pictured presenting a bouquet of roses to Jackie Kennedy on arrival at Love field. Jackie received many bouquets of roses in Texas, but only in Dallas was she presented with ‘Red Roses’. The Texas state flower is the “Yellow Rose of Texas.” Mayor Earle Cabell was the brother of General Charles P Cabell, fired along with Allen Dulles by JFK after the Bay of Pigs blew up in his face.

    Hmmm …

    In a syncretism that makes my head spin, one of poet Edward Fitzgerald’s biographers has him translating Omar Khayyam on > November 22nd, 1863 {excerpts}

    The Worldly Hope men set their Hearts upon
    Turns Ashes — or it prospers; and anon,
    Like Snow upon the Desert’s dusty Face
    Lighting a little Hour or two — is gone.

    Think, in this batter’d Caravanserai
    Whose Doorways are alternate Night and Day,
    How Sultan after Sultan with his Pomp
    Abode his Hour or two and went his way.

    I sometimes think that never blows so red
    The Rose as where some buried Caesar bled;
    That every Hyacinth the Garden wears
    Dropt in its Lap from some once lovely Head.

    ‘Tis all a Chequer-board of Nights and Days
    Where Destiny with Men for Pieces plays:
    Hither and thither moves, and mates, and slays,
    And one by one back in the Closet lays.

    Lo! some we loved, the loveliest and best
    That Time and Fate of all their Vintage prest,
    Have drunk their Cup a Round or two before,
    And one by one crept silently to Rest.


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