On The Trail Of Delusion

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Offline Fred Litwin

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Re: On The Trail Of Delusion
« Reply #944 on: February 11, 2022, 02:19:35 PM »
Hugh Aynesworth on the Garrison Investigation, Part Three
Garrison's list of conspirators in the JFK assassination was longer than Joseph McCarthy's list of communists in the State Department.


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Re: On The Trail Of Delusion
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Offline Tom Scully

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Re: Was Edgar Eugene Bradley One of the Three Tramps?
« Reply #945 on: March 13, 2023, 05:21:28 PM »
I was searching through a load of stuff on the three tramps, trying to find some stuff A.J. Weberman wrote. And I came across an article Chauncey Holt allegedly wrote in reply to a review of Posner's Case Closed. I don't know if it was ever published by the San Diego Union Tribune. Holt appeared to have researched the assassination minutia (going by his article). 

I don't really want to paste a whole load of JPG's of the document so I'll drop it in PDF form and anyone interested can read.

I forgot I've had this document. Was kinda interesting Chauncey Holt claims he and Marvin Wise were in talks to meet up and discuss facts. Or something along those lines.


Posted six weeks ago by Ron Bulman on the Ed Forum,


I guess we shouldn't delve into the Weberman theory of two set's of tramps.  The shadows in the pictures.  The train stop after Bowers released it because he saw men climbing on down the track towards Union Station around two o'clock.  The men in the grain car.  Documented, then it disappeared.


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