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Online Tom Scully

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Was Jack Zangretti Off Base Or Not?
« on: January 07, 2018, 01:41:41 AM »
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Was Jack Zangretti Off Base Or Not?
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He was a Chicago mobster who worked as a manager of a modular motel complex near Lake Lugert, OK.  He will tell friends of his that "three other men -- NOT Oswald-- killed the president."  He also tells them that a "man named Ruby will kill Oswald tomorrow (11/24/63)."

Sounds pretty convincing to me but of course LNers have said this is not the truth and they have tried to show he was off base.  Two things make me believe him (and being a CT kook is NOT one of them).  Firstly, he also mentioned this tidbit:  "...and in a few days a member of Frank Sinatra's family will be kidnappd just to take some of the attention away from the assassination."  Now even Kreskin couldn't predict this wild stuff accurately, but it did happen.  Frank Sinatra Jr. was kidnapped and here is the story:


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Frank Sinatra had as many mob ties as Ruby (maybe more) so this makes sense to me.

The second thing that makes me believe him is the fact he found floating in a swimming pool with bullet holes in his chest a few weeks after saying these things.  Witnesses will say it looked like he was "floating" for at least a week, but maybe two (meaning he could have been killed shortly after making these statements.  Being killed as a way of validating what you say in my book.

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Re: Was Jack Zangretti Off Base Or Not?
« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2018, 07:10:31 PM »
It appears that Caprio no longer wishes to hang his hat on the Zangretti story.  Nice work Tom.

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Re: Was Jack Zangretti Off Base Or Not?
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2018, 10:29:59 PM »
It's amazing just how many people not only knew about the assassination before it happened but they told so many people.

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Re: Was Jack Zangretti Off Base Or Not?
« Reply #3 on: January 29, 2018, 02:04:30 AM »
Zanghetti was a long time dyin' .... more than eleven years, by the actual, facts supported look of it!

Described as age 33 in this 1961 article and death certificate image is of Zanghetti, born in May, 1928.:

Note the date in this image, vs the date on the death certificate, to the left and just below the word, Beaten:
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Back to snake oil salesman, Penn Jones's description of the fable.:
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72 May 31, 1973 In late 1962 a group opened a $300,000 rest- aurant and night club with all gambling facilities called THE RED LOBSTER, built in a cotton patch near Lake Lugert between Altus and Hobart, Okla- homa. The facility was equal to many Las Vegas clubs. A $150,000 modular motel complex was added and ...





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Location: Lawton, Oklahoma Issue Date: Sunday, June 16, 1963
.....COOK NEEDED. .FOR STEVE-A-RENOS SUPPER CLUB Highway 44, South of Lone WolL Real Opportunity for Right Man. We Specialize in Steaks, Sea Food Italian Foods. Good Working Conditions and Pay. Call Steve Zanghetti, TI6-9156, Lone Wolf, Oklahoma tor Appointment, alter 6 P.M. Looking for Permanent Man, N'o Transits.....
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« Last Edit: February 23, 2018, 10:52:55 AM by Tom Scully »

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Re: Was Jack Zangretti Off Base Or Not?
« Reply #5 on: January 31, 2018, 02:21:55 AM »
There is space on the front page of this forum for only
12 active threads. Currently 4 of those 12 threads are authored
by Caprio. If you believe he is a credit to this forum, why not
let him know it? Encourage his constant efforts to accomplish
what he has in this thread and in so many others. BS is in vogue
in this country to an extent I cannot recall at any prior time.

This forum had an opportunity to experience an inspirational restart,
possibly of a higher quality than contributors and readers had grown
accustomed to. Thanks to Caprio and others energetically posting
BS, that elevation of this forum is entirely avoidable.
Keep the disinformation coming, Caprio and the many here who see
nothing troubling about what he does here, must feel proud.
« Last Edit: January 31, 2018, 02:47:42 AM by Tom Scully »

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Re: Was Jack Zangretti Off Base Or Not?
« Reply #6 on: February 23, 2018, 10:49:14 AM »
It appears that Caprio no longer wishes to hang his hat on the Zangretti story.  Nice work Tom.

Our asset to the forum posted this "gem" a few hours ago on another thread.

Incorrect. I have never seen you cite the evidence. You can't because you either don't know it or you realize that it doesn't support your claims. There is no reason not to cite evidence IF you have it. This is simply a cop out because you don't want to admit that you have none.
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