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Offline Richard Rubio

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« Reply #16 on: June 25, 2018, 03:32:08 PM »
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ECT is still used. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electroconvulsive_therapy

What's interesting, at least in this case, is that it's used as a last-resort treatment for major depression.

Wikipedia also has a list of famous people who've gone through it. That list includes Dick Cavett, Kitty Dukakis, Thomas Eagleton, Carrie Fisher, Judy Garland, Ernest Hemmingway,  Vladamir Horowitz, Vivien Leigh, Carmen Miranda, Sam Phillips, Sylvia Plath, Lou Reed, Yves St Laurent, Paul Robeson, Townes Van Zandt, and David Foster Wallace.

Hemingway, Wallace, and Plath committed suicide.

It may still be used but not like it was or in the same manner. All of those people above practically, had it before 1965. Lou Reed's brushes with electroshock are fairly well known. It might have helped given him his bitter outlook on life that sometimes surfaces. He was given electroshock I think it's fairly well known, because of so-called homosexual inclinations.

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Online Richard Smith

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« Reply #17 on: June 25, 2018, 04:35:54 PM »
Thanks Bill. This is a well-known list but I was hoping Jack might have one which omitted the cab driver as that particular mystery death is probably the most incredible rubbish of all. How incredulous is it that DeMohrenschildt would die years later (suicide) when Oswald's landlady was bumped off just 2.5 years after the assassination from a heart attack after she was forced to eat doughnuts and swill cokes three a day until she expired.

The roving CIA death squads knocking off JFK witnesses years or even decades after they provided their testimony or information to investigators or the press is one of the many enduring myths.  It is somewhat comical.  I once saw JFK, Jr. on such a list.  Imagine the planning behind these deaths.  Wait until the witness has provided everything they have to say, then have someone kill them, then cover up the murder adding countless more conspirators who then have to be watched by someone.  And on and on.  It is really humorous.  Like that Bigfoot film they show over and over despite the acknowledgement of a participant that it was faked.  There are always going to be a few rubes around who will pass the torch of ignorance to future generation of dunces.

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« Reply #18 on: June 25, 2018, 06:23:26 PM »
 How about we start with Roselli and Giancana to try to get a fell for for what you folks even consider suspicous

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« Reply #19 on: June 25, 2018, 06:45:40 PM »
 You guys seemed pretty fired up on this, a couple of you seem to be onlin Whats up? Add Dorothy Killgallen, here is helpful tip don't trust what you read on on some your debunker websites in regard to Kilgallen it might just make you look like a fool So it's only Steve and Biil on this as far as I can see Steve you don't want to be line Bill in terms of backing up claims do you?
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Offline Tom Scully

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« Reply #20 on: June 28, 2018, 04:10:38 AM »
I thought is usually an LNer question?


in this case "they" would include whoever controlled his doctor GHWB Bush certainly appears to have never responded to George M, so he would be a suspect imo

Would Bush then not be a suspect, if he had, in fact, responded, IYO?

https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=29330&relPageId=4&search=bush_and%20sorry
IOW, you are posting frequently but not informing to the degree you infer you are....

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« Reply #21 on: June 28, 2018, 04:21:22 AM »
You guys seemed pretty fired up on this, a couple of you seem to be onlin Whats up? Add Dorothy Killgallen, here is helpful tip don't trust what you read on on some your debunker websites in regard to Kilgallen it might just make you look like a fool So it's only Steve and Biil on this as far as I can see Steve you don't want to be line Bill in terms of backing up claims do you?

You are not informing. Your post above seems a thinly veiled attempt to manipulate, no substance is presented. You leave the reader nothing to think
further about or to fact check or to research further.... why? Consider being more generous with your readers.

59 weeks after Dorothy's sudden death..... Kollmar publicly escorts Fogarty

19 months after Dorothy's sudden death..... Kollmar and Fogarty are honeymooning

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Personal life and death[edit]

Fogarty had two children with her first husband, Tom Fogarty. They were married for over 17 years, with Tom Fogarty working as an art teacher at Pratt Institute, New York.[15][16] The marriage ended in divorce.
In 1967, Anne Fogarty married Richard Kollmar, Dorothy Kilgallen's widower. According to a 1971 interview Fogarty did with the syndicated newspaper columnist Marian Christy, Kollmar broke his shoulder in an accident at home on New Year's Day 1971, which caused a blood clot to develop, and he died "a month later" on Anne's birthday.[4] The New York Times, The Washington Post and other newspapers, however, ran obituaries for Kollmar on January 9 and 10 of that year.[17][18] The Post reported on January 10 that Kollmar had "died in his sleep late Thursday [January 7]."[18]
Fogarty was married a third time in 1977, to Wade O'Hara, but this marriage ended in divorce.[19] She died of a heart attack in New York on January 15, 1980.[11]


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« Reply #22 on: June 28, 2018, 06:51:24 AM »
 Tom I tailor my responses based on the history I have had with individuals on this forum If I was wrong about a source that said Bush did not respond to George DeMo, then I am happily corrected As for your overarching critique of my performance here, again I am more interested in responding to those who I have had a history with here than a voice that appears from "on high" announcing my shortcomings


  I must admit a certain dissatisfaction with my response to you in the above paragraph that I wrote last night There are hints of an allusion aimed at something constructive from you I suppose treating all posters as relative equals has its merits, but as a mere mortal I am unable to rouse the same commitment to presenting facts and evidence to some posters in comparison to others It was indeed just throwing out names and letting them figure it out Maybe their comments were directed more at Jack, and I should have left it at that
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Offline Martin Weidmann

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« Reply #23 on: June 29, 2018, 02:24:56 AM »
Yes, in most cases....

So, in most cases, when anybody says, they didn't kill Kennedy....hmmmm