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Online Thomas Graves

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Re: Did The CIA Murder President Kennedy?
« Reply #10 on: June 06, 2020, 12:04:56 AM »
I'd say the CIA are up to their tits in it, or even knee deep.

You'd say, huh.

Wild guess?

You've seen that highly-informative movie [sic] "JFK," haven't you?

LOL

How many times?

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PS  My great grandmother, Dellia Ann Reeves Anderson, was a red-haired "frontierswoman" in north-west Arkansas. Perish the thought that you and I are related. Jeez.
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Online John Tonkovich

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Re: Did The CIA Murder President Kennedy?
« Reply #11 on: June 06, 2020, 12:15:50 AM »
Well, he did watch "I Led Three Lives" a lot as a kid, and he probably was trained / programmed for some sort of mission in the USSR now wasn't he.

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The "I led 3 lives" story has been disproved.

Oswald managed to intersect the lives of
1) Robert Mckeown, gunrunner to Castro
2) Adrian Alba, New Orleans Minutemen member
3) Bringuer, DRE member, CIA sponsored

Online Thomas Graves

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Re: Did The CIA Murder President Kennedy?
« Reply #12 on: June 06, 2020, 12:21:26 AM »
The "I led 3 lives" story has been disproved.

Oswald managed to intersect the lives of
1) Robert Mckeown, gunrunner to Castro
2) Adrian Alba, New Orleans Minutemen member
3) Bringuer, DRE member, CIA sponsored

Oh yeah?

Wowie zowie.

Well, Carl Guvstav Jung's grandson was my dorm mate in college, and I ran into (not literally) my grandparents from southern Indiana in Whitehorse Yukon Territory while I was hitchhiking from San Diego to Homer, Alaska, in 1973, and a friend of mine from La Jolla who happened to be a "still" photographer for NBC at the time, recognized my voice on the set of a two-part miniseries called "The Ring" (in which I was a 30-second "extra") that was being filmed in an old villa north of Brno around 1997.

So, how you like dem apples ... "Bratan"?

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PS  Disproved?  How so?  By the fact that Robert Oswald had already left home when that show started running on TV?

LOL
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Offline Steve M. Galbraith

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Re: Did The CIA Murder President Kennedy?
« Reply #13 on: June 09, 2020, 11:30:16 PM »
The "I led 3 lives" story has been disproved.

Oswald managed to intersect the lives of
1) Robert Mckeown, gunrunner to Castro
2) Adrian Alba, New Orleans Minutemen member
3) Bringuer, DRE member, CIA sponsored
Intersect?

He met Alba and talked about guns with him while goofing off from oiling coffee machines. He got into a dispute with Bringuier and debated him on the radio. As to McKeown, I have no idea what goofy conspiracy claim that's about.

Oswald also "intersected" with KGB agents, NKVD agents and his best friend in the USSR was the son of a top military officer in the Soviet Union who had close contacts with the GRU (the father). Meaning: nothing at all.

This is several of the endless conspiracy "trading cards" that conspiracists have that they bring out and flash around.

Online Thomas Graves

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Re: Did The CIA Murder President Kennedy?
« Reply #14 on: June 10, 2020, 09:07:49 AM »
Intersect?

He met Alba and talked about guns with him while goofing off from oiling coffee machines. He got into a dispute with Bringuier and debated him on the radio. As to McKeown, I have no idea what goofy conspiracy claim that's about.

Oswald also "intersected" with KGB agents, NKVD agents and his best friend in the USSR was the son of a top military officer in the Soviet Union who had close contacts with the GRU (the father). Meaning: nothing at all.

These are some of the infinite number of conspiracy "trading cards" that conspiracists bring out and flash around.

Dear Steven M.,

The NKVD was dissolved in 1946, when Oswald was still a lad.

The KGB came into existence in 1954.

I took the liberty of cleaning up your syntax, grammar and vocabulary a bit. I hope you don't mind.

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Offline Steve M. Galbraith

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Re: Did The CIA Murder President Kennedy?
« Reply #15 on: June 10, 2020, 07:38:39 PM »
Dear Steven M.,

The NKVD was dissolved in 1946, when Oswald was still a lad.

The KGB came into existence in 1954.

I took the liberty of cleaning up your syntax, grammar and vocabulary a bit. I hope you don't mind.

--  MWT  ;)
What "syntax, grammar and vocabulary" did you clean up?

Correcting my NKVD reference is none of those.

Since we're enlightening each other, I'll return the favor. Here's a word for you to learn.

Insufferable
[inˈsəf(ə)rəb(ə)l]
ADJECTIVE

    too extreme to bear; intolerable.

Offline Jerry Freeman

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Re: Did The CIA Murder President Kennedy?
« Reply #16 on: June 11, 2020, 12:11:45 AM »
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Did The CIA Murder President Kennedy?
Can I change the subject to---
Were Some Agents of the CIA Involved in the JFK Assassination?
If there wasn't some kind of involvement...why was Allen Dulles appointed to the Commission?

Offline Jim Brunsman

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Re: Did The CIA Murder President Kennedy?
« Reply #17 on: June 11, 2020, 03:03:24 PM »
I agree with Mr. Freeman. Were elements of the CIA involved? Dulles is one of the prime suspects although I doubt that he was the prime mover. Putting Dulles on the WC was a very disturbing act. Then we discover that Dulles was the commissioner who attended the most WC meetings and clearly wielded the most influence. Tracking his actions in the months leading to the assassination is pretty interesting. It is now known that Dulles and McCone were part of the cover-up. Was this benign? Not bloody likely...

 

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