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  •  Why is this still such a hard topic to discuss? (1+ / 0-)
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    People may dismiss this as CT, but long and short of it is that new technology indicate there may be a real problem with a few of the frames of the Zapruder film.

    Man, I hate to open this can of worms, but go back to Bobby Kennedy's statements. In '68 before his death:

    "You wanted to ask me something about the archives," he responded. "I'm sure, as I've said before, the archives will be open." The crowd cheered and applauded. "Can I just say," continued Kennedy, "and I have answered this question before, but there is no one who would be more interested in all of these matters as to who was responsible for uh…the uh, uh, the death of President Kennedy than I would."
    There's a reason why this issue has not died.

    Reasoning is moderated by the years, and I honestly think more and more evidence points to Carlos Marcello as the primary organizer of the crime.  He's the place to start.  He's the first one where proof may finally come to light.

    G. Robert Blakey, Chief Counsel and Staff Director to the House Select Committee on Assassinations, published, The Plot to Kill the President in 1981. In the book, Blakey argues that there was a conspiracy to kill John F. Kennedy. Blakey believes that Lee Harvey Oswald was involved, but also believes that there was at least one gunman firing from the grassy knoll. Blakey came to the conclusion that Marcello, Trafficante, Jr., along with Chicago Outfit boss Salvatore "Sam Mooney" Giancana were complicit in planning the assassination.
    This was not a traditional mob hit because Marcello had a personal vendetta.  The Kennedys had dropped him out of an airplane over South America for God's sake.  How weird is that?
    [The HSCA] report stated: "The committee found that Marcello had the motive, means and opportunity to have President John F. Kennedy assassinated, though it was unable to establish direct evidence of Marcello's complicity."[2]
    The crime of century may get solved yet.

    Romney's whole business was about maximizing debt, extracting cash, cutting head counts, skimping on capital spending, outsourcing production, and dressing up the deal for the earliest, highest-profit exit possible. -- David Stockman.

    by CupofTea on Fri Nov 22, 2013 at 10:57:38 AM PST

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