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Online Matt Grantham

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Re: Oswald's Office of Security file
« Reply #10 on: June 10, 2018, 12:50:26 AM »
Did you interview Jane Roman? Or are you Jefferson Morley, who did interview Roman for the Post, using an alias?

Or did you copy and paste something written by Mr. Morley and leave those comments in by mistake?

Or what? I'm confused.

 Hi Steve so i tried answering this to Denis, but I am happy to try again So the post is copied from a google groups page where a poster is copying a quote from the individual who interviewed Roman I know Newman and Tanenbaum have interviewed her I thought together but maybe I have that wrong My main attempt was to find something that had the following quote

From Roman
 
When this discrepancy was pointed out, Roman said, ?Yeh, I?m signing off on something that isn?t true.?

 I had heard  the quote on You Tube somewhere and for whatever reason struggled to find it online other than this google group thing I am sorry I am not sure who it is from and it was an oversight not to have included  the link

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Re: Oswald's Office of Security file
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Offline Steve M. Galbraith

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Re: Oswald's Office of Security file
« Reply #11 on: June 10, 2018, 05:17:23 PM »
Hi Steve, read the previous 3 post's.  Thumb1:

Hi Denis:Thanks, he cleared things up about the time I posted.

I think the Morley/Newman thesis has some interesting possibilities behind it but they're greatly overreaching what evidence they have indicates. And Jane Roman complained that they took her comments out of context. Sure, that's always the excuse but sometimes it has merit. Both Morley and Newman come up with interesting information but they almost always run too far with it.

I don't see the Joannides/Oswald/CI/Angleton story here, i.e., Oswald was part (willingly or not) of some sort of anti-FPCC plan designed to embarrass the movement. From what I've read Joannides at that time (summer of '63) was trying to get the DRE under control more than engage in any covert operations. And the New Orleans delegation of the DRE was quite small and not used at all by the CIA (if we can believe Bringuier's claims). As you probably know, all of this was after the missile crisis and the Kennedy Administration was trying to rein these anti-Castro Cuban groups.


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