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Online John Iacoletti

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Re: Henry Wade- 'Token' Dallas D.A.
« Reply #10 on: February 13, 2020, 04:29:39 PM »
Wade wanted a legal way to abort Negro babies....  That's what Roe Vs  Wade was all about.

WTF?

Offline Walt Cakebread

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Re: Henry Wade- 'Token' Dallas D.A.
« Reply #11 on: February 13, 2020, 04:57:09 PM »
I never understood why District Attorney Henry Wade was called as a witness to testify before the Commission. He didn't witness anything.
He wasn't a witness to the assassination...Tippits murder..Oswald's arrest...Oswald's line-ups at the DPD..he did not interrogate Oswald or anyone connected with Oswald...Marina, the Paines...no one.

However...Henry Wade stood as the judge, jury, and chief prosecutor [or persecutor really] of Lee Harvey Oswald based on his sole discernment of what must be.
 
https://www.commentarymagazine.com/articles/the-oswald-affair/

Scary huh?
Wade essentially testified as to what everybody else reported to him.
This is typical of the Warren Commission's zeal to amass a voluminous report of hearings and exhibits. For the most part, too much of it was spin that had too little to do with the assassination.

He spent the day, he says, with his old buddy J.B. Connally, the  Governor of Texas.

Mr Wade's #1 hatchet man Assistant District Attorney William F.  'Bill' Alexander did not testify for the Warren Commission and yet he was a witness and on the scene at critical events on the day of the assassination.
 

 http://assassinationofjfk.net/looking-at-the-tippit-case-from-a-different-angle/

Was Alexander and his pals Gerald Hill and Capt W R Westbrook all joined at the hip to Hugh Aynesworth??....
Who was present at the locations of the assassination in Dealey Plaza..the Tippit murder scene..the arrest at the Texas Theater...the Oswald rooming house...the Paine residence...and the execution of Oswald !!! Aynesworth was also not called as a witness to the Warren Commission and yet it might seem that he witnessed everything.
Whitewash- was their only client.

 If Wade "didn't know anything"...What was he doing there?


The article identified below,  is RUBBISH!!   ....

Looking at the Tippit Case from a Different Angle

A Theory
by Staffan H Westerberg and Pete Engwall
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Offline Walt Cakebread

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Re: Henry Wade- 'Token' Dallas D.A.
« Reply #12 on: February 13, 2020, 05:24:21 PM »
WTF?

With the legalization of killing the unborn....   The next step would have been the legalization of aborting any baby that was conceived out of wedlock....IOW any unmarried woman could have been legally forced to have an abortion, and since many Negro babies are conceived out of wedlock.....

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Re: Henry Wade- 'Token' Dallas D.A.
« Reply #13 on: February 13, 2020, 05:55:51 PM »
With the legalization of killing the unborn....   The next step would have been the legalization of aborting any baby that was conceived out of wedlock....IOW any unmarried woman could have been legally forced to have an abortion, and since many Negro babies are conceived out of wedlock.....
Henry Wade, as the Dallas County DA, defended the anti-abortion laws of Dallas County. It was Roe (Norma McCorvey) - who wanted an abortion and who challenged the law outlawing abortion versus Wade, the DA who was defending that law.

I have absolutely no idea as to how you think Wade was supporting abortion. But then I have no idea what you say on anything else either.

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Offline Walt Cakebread

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Re: Henry Wade- 'Token' Dallas D.A.
« Reply #14 on: February 13, 2020, 06:01:04 PM »
Henry Wade, as the Dallas County DA, defended the anti-abortion laws of Dallas County. It was Roe (Norma McCorvey) - who wanted an abortion and who challenged the law outlawing abortion versus Wade, the DA who was defending that law.

I have absolutely no idea as to how you think Wade was supporting abortion. But then I have no idea what you say on anything else either.

What was the outcome of the lawsuit?....   Did Henry Wade lose cases?     Why do you think the case was brought to court?

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Re: Henry Wade- 'Token' Dallas D.A.
« Reply #15 on: February 13, 2020, 06:45:32 PM »
What was the outcome of the lawsuit?....   Did Henry Wade lose cases?     Why do you think the case was brought to court?

The secret government arranged for the case to go to Wade knowing he would lose it through ineptness or could be "persuaded" to purposely lose it?

A bit far for me. In Netfilk's "The Confession Killer", the two Texas Rangers handling Henry Lee Lucas did some unusual things, such as supposedly giving Lucas some hints so he could "confess" to visiting law enforcement eager to close cold cases around the United States. They eventually got the count up to 600 murders. Lucas told a Japanese film crew given special access that he had done a few in Japan, traveling there by car.

The District Attorney of McLennan County in Waco, Vic Feazell, questioned the "closing" of a case in Waco, based on a Lucas "confession". As a consequence, the Texas Dept. of Public Safety (in charge of the Rangers) and Dallas TV-station WFAA launched a campaign to discredit Feazell.
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Offline Jerry Freeman

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Re: Henry Wade- 'Token' Dallas D.A.
« Reply #16 on: February 13, 2020, 07:28:06 PM »
LBJ was liberal, re the Great Society.
Southern Democrats were the slave holders of the previous century. The Klan was Southern Democrat. The Great Society was political in order to gain black voters.
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  Hoover wasn't gay or a cross-dresser. And if he was, your constantly bringing it up in such a condescending way is homophobic.
Typically, you just contradicted yourself there..."Even if he was"... Besides...homophobic [whatever you might mean by that] is a word that you would not even be aware of-- if you were not taught it by some modern day social structure. IOW there were really no 20th century references to this word.
If you are offended [for some reason].. I will try and avoid mentioning such in the future.
Anyway, I don't think you knew Hoover or anything about his personal life.....
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Edgar_Hoover#Sexuality

 
 
 

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Re: Henry Wade- 'Token' Dallas D.A.
« Reply #17 on: February 13, 2020, 07:47:54 PM »
Wade was told the evidence.  He believed Oswald was guilty.  He said so to the press.  Big deal.
"BIG DEAL"?
R U serious? Henry Wade went out of his way to make up claims of evidence that did not exist at all.
"Finger prints on the rifle" ..."A map showing the assassination plan"...Claiming that "Oswald must have been planning the assassination for weeks or even months"-- based on nothing at all. But, this was Wade's method of operation.
He sent a lot of innocent guys to prison.

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Re: Henry Wade- 'Token' Dallas D.A.
« Reply #18 on: February 13, 2020, 07:48:36 PM »
The secret government arranged for the case to go to Wade knowing he would lose it through ineptness or could be "persuaded" to purposely lose it?

A bit far for me. In Netfilk's "The Confession Killer", the two Texas Rangers handling Henry Lee Lucas did some unusual things, such as supposedly giving Lucas some hints so he could "confess" to visiting law enforcement eager to close cold cases around the United States. They eventually got the count up to 600 murders. Lucas told a Japanese film crew given special access that he had done a few in Japan, traveling there by car.

The District Attorney of McLennan County in Waco, Vic Feazell, questioned the "closing" of a case in Waco, based on a Lucas "confession". As a consequence, the Texas Dept. of Public Safety (in charge of the Rangers) and Dallas TV-station WFAA launched a campaign to discredit Feazell.



If Henry Wade was involved chances are very good that J. Edgar Hoover and HL Hunt were right at his elbow....

PS    Speaking of Hunt...  I was happy to see Andy Reid and his team win the Super Bowl but the mention of the Lamar Hunt trophy makes me want to puke!....
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Re: Henry Wade- 'Token' Dallas D.A.
« Reply #19 on: February 13, 2020, 08:13:40 PM »
Southern Democrats were the slave holders of the previous century. The Klan was Southern Democrat. The Great Society was political in order to gain black voters.

Is there any evidence that the Democratic Party, as an institution and as policy, founded the Klan? Andrew Johnson, Lincoln's Vice-President, was a Southern Democrat. Surely he would have let the Klan go unchallenged but the Klan's first incarnation appears to have faded and become almost inconsequential by the end of Johnson's term.

Certainly there were Democrats in the Klan but also Republicans opposed to blacks given more freedom and rights. Lincoln himself would have considered not freeing slaves if it preserved the union and he envisioned colonization for freed blacks.

Even if Southern Democrats, as an official party, did found the Klan more than 150 years ago, what does that have to do with the modern Democratic Party, the party of diversity and inclusion? More relevant would be the modern Republican Party's re-energizing and broadening of the party's more-recent Southern strategy.

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Typically, you just contradicted yourself there..."Even if he was"... Besides...homophobic [whatever you might mean by that] is a word that you would not even be aware of-- if you were not taught it by some modern day social structure. IOW there were really no 20th century references to this word.
If you are offended [for some reason].. I will try and avoid mentioning such in the future.
Anyway, I don't think you knew Hoover or anything about his personal life.....
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Edgar_Hoover#Sexuality

Nothing definitive there about Hoover being gay or a cross-dresser. More, I would say, to the contrary. FWIW

 

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