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08/03/14 ObamaFraudGate - EXPOSING THE PLOT JOHN F KENNEDY MENTIONED THAT APPEARS COST HIM HIS LIFE
08/03/14 ObamaFraudGate - EXPOSING THE PLOT JOHN F KENNEDY MENTIONED THAT APPEARS COST HIM HIS LIFE
08/03/14 ObamaFraudGate - EXPOSING THE PLOT JOHN F KENNEDY MENTIONED THAT APPEARS COST HIM HIS LIFE
08/03/14 ObamaFraudGate - EXPOSING THE PLOT JOHN F KENNEDY MENTIONED THAT APPEARS COST HIM HIS LIFE
08/03/14 ObamaFraudGate - EXPOSING THE PLOT JOHN F KENNEDY MENTIONED THAT APPEARS COST HIM HIS LIFE
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  1. 1. ObamaFraudGate: The Anna Louise Inn CRIMINAL COMPLAINT WILL S E E K TO E X P O S E the PLOT/CONSPIRACIES that appear COST Former United States of America President Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy their LIVES! UNITED S T A T E S O F AMERCA PRESIDENTS WHO APPEARED WILLING TO D I E F O R F R E E D O M and EQUALITY: There are those who have a SOUL, H E A R T and CONSCIENCE and L O S T T H E I R L I V E S because they R E F U S E D to ENGAGE in CRIMINAL ACTS and RACIST P R A C T I C E S . . . !
  2. 2. Then there are United States of America Presidents for the " P R I C E O F BLOOD- MONEY" that WILL NOT D I E F O R F R E E D O M and EQUALITY and have NO SOUL, H E A R T nor CONSCIENCE and seek to T H E P E O P L E B A C K INTO S L A V E R Y THROUGH T E R R O R I S T S and WHITE SUPREMACISTS Actions: http; / / www.slideshare.net / VogelDenise /072314 -hcmc-notice-of-nonattendance-at-072514-ali- hearing ll http; / /www.slideshare.net/ VogelDenise/061214 -notice-of-nonattendance-at-061314-hearing- due-to-the-concerns-of-threats-on-defendant- denise-newsomes-life http: / / www.slideshare.net/VogelDenise/070714 -obamafraudgate-connection-to-the- annalouiseinn-eviction-scandal-36698826 United States Government onelson I see in the NEAR FUTURE a crisis approaching that UNNERVES me and causes me to TREMBLE for the of my country. As a i;:.: . , of the WAR, CORPORATIONS have been ENTHRONED, and an ERA OF CORRUPTION in HIGH PLACES will follow, and the MONEY POWER of the country will endeavor to prolong its reign by working upon the PREJUDICES of the People until ALL WEALTH is aggregated in a FEW HAN13S and the REPUBLIC is DESTROYED'-us/nr^iAnMirotomiinroto SO CONTINUE TO VISIT FORUMS SUCH AS: www.SlideShare.net/VogelDenise www.vogeldensienewsome.net for a F R E E C O P Y of the A N N A L O U I S E I N N C R I M I N A L C O M P L A I N T ! In the meantime, here is a Newspaper Article on the ASSASSINATION of Former United States of America President John F. Kennedy.
  3. 3. T E X A S S C H O O L B O O K D E P O S I T O R Y NOTE: SIXTH FLOOR WINDOW C I R C L E D
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  5. 5. SECRET SERVICE AT SCEISE Onlookers lined the wreath-covered nedy on Friday. Agent in street, lower area on E l m Street Monday to watch arrow, stands at spot where the Presi- Secret Service men check trajectory dent was shot. Upper arrow marks of bullets that killed President Ken- window.
  6. 6. POLAROID PHOTO JUST BEFORE FATAL HEAD SHOT
  7. 7. Same Gun'' The 6 5 Manulither-C jruano rifle <,aid to hd killed President Kennedy is shown LEE HARVEY OSWALD " Lee Harvey Oswald as he appeared «t llie Daijas City Jail, two hours iaier
  8. 8. ARSEST REPORT O N INVESTIGATIVE PRISdNER " U I D O L t NAMt HOWC A O D R e » » / 1 A O E I D A T E O ^ B H H T M A C O R E S S WHCHC A R K C S T MADE E PftEMtSES, i f f BU»!NCS». O i V E TRADi: NAME A L S O ) I 8 U » l N t S S W H £ H t A B R E 5 T MADE H A $ : t LIOUOH I T A T C HOW A R R E S T WADE OH V I E W O'C^ C A L L D WAHKANT O : L C C A T i O N o r O r ^ F H S C i. IP OTMZR THAN f L A C E O F A R R M T ) C O M P L A I N A N T ( N A M C — « A C e — S O — A G C l HOWE A D O R i E S * — P H O N E NO, O U S i N i s S ADDRCS«~r--HONi: NO. W f T N E r - HOWE A D D R E S S PW 3HC NO B U S i N t S l AODR«»» RHONE NO. Vi-ITNESS HOME A D D R E S S P H O N E NO. B U S I N C S I A O C R E S S R H O N E N O . f H O P C S T Y P L A C E D JN POUND i MAKE. MOOtU, L I C E N S E NO- Of A U T O ! P R O R E R T Y P L A C E D ! N R R O R E R T Y ROOM HAUZ* or OTHEJl» A « « C « T E D AT SAME TIME JN C O N N E C T I O N W I T H T H E J A M C OR I I W I L A R O F R I N S E NAME OF A N O / O R tNI'OIIMATION CONCEMNJNO OTHER X U S F S C T S NOT A f i>REHENOCD O T H E R D I T A I L a ^ r T M I A R R M T y) ^ /> C H E C K A L L I T E M * W H I C H ARRLYi m j w * « 0 IN-IUOBO OU-IN* O^FICMOf B^CCiAV O R U N K O O R I N K I N O D C U R S E D O R M I S T E D D F O U O H T D J l ^ O A I * « « » « T a oit A1T»« * * « t » T O i»*JU««0 O A R R E S T I N G OCRfCER I. O. NO. J> / / 7 / A R R E S T I N G O F F I C E R 1. D. NO. / -2 7 C O T H E R O^-FICER 1. O. NO. OTHER O F F i C t w PJ. . iSt/VTLe^ 1. D. NO. {> i N V E S T l Q A T J O N A S l l G N C D TO | C H A R a j F I L E D F I L E D ! • Y CTATE DATE - TIME TO CO- J A I L H t L E A S C D BY D A T E - T I M E H,C. • O N D l Y D A T E . T I M E C O U R T OATS TiMC D I S T R I B U T I O N : SRCWOVt C A R B O N — C H E C K O R I C i H A L FOR R E C O R D S B U . — C H E C K CORY F O R t A C H B U R E A U C O H C C R N t O l • ICOUD* »P«C. *CJ<. HOMICIOC AUTO •UJ«01_A«T • u».e*u G • u « « - u • «OB«l*T Q THirr • TMSPT • F O R G E R Y • J U V E N I L E U T R A F F I C • . . _ LJ U S E R E V K R S E S I D E I F M O R E S F A C K N C E O C D
  9. 9. Fort Worth Press VOL. 43, NO. 44 WEATHER: Upper 3fls toniglit; fair, low 60s tomorrow. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1963 " OHS SICTIOH 40 PAGES H O M E E D I T I C V | 4 ; PRICE fWE CENTS- PRES.KENNEDY SLAIN BY DALLAS ASSASSIN Connaily Wounded! DALLAS (UPI) — President Kennedy has been assassinated. He was killed today by a bullet in the head while riding in an open car through the streets of Dallas. His wife was in the same car. but was not hit. She cradled the President in her arrs as he was carried to a hospital where he died. Vice President Lyndon Johnson was in the same motorcade and was immediately surrounded by Secret Service men until he could take the oath of office as president. Gov. John B. Connaily of Texas, beside the President in the car, was also hit by the assassin's bullets. He was wounded in the back. Johnson was in the Pai-kland Hospital where Mr. Kennedy died. The vice president was in the same motorcade as it sped through crowds in the downtown streets but he •was some distance back and not harmed. . MRS. J A C Q U E L I N E Kennedy and Connally's wife were both in the same famous bubbletop limou- sine—its protective giass siiield down today. Neither woman was believed hurt. Mrs. Kennedy screamed as her husband feli over on the back seat. She held his head in her arms. The car was splattered with blood. The last rites of the Roman Catholic Church were administered to the 46-year-oId President at the Parkland Hospital. The identity of the assassin or assassins v.as not immediately known. Sheriff's officers took a young man into custody at the scene and questioned him behind closed doors. A Dallas television reporter said he saw a rifle being withdrawn from a window on the fifth or sixth floor of an office building shortly after the gunfire. Press Will Publish Edition Tomorrow Because of the death of President Kennedy, T H E P R E S S wUI publish a special edition tomorrow to he distributed free of charge to our home delivery subscribers. Kennedy was shot at 12:25 p.m. He died at ap- proximately 1 p.m. AS AI-WAYS, the President was surrounded by Secret Service lu.-rn and had an escort of Dallas motorcycle poiiee- But uie protective bubbietop of the car was dtswn today and so sudden and treaclierous was the attack that Kennedy and Connaily were cut down before his guards could stop the attack. Charles Brehni, 38. of "Dalias was standing in the big crowd at curbside about IS feet away as the President's car approached. "He wa.-; waving and the fireC shot him and that awful look crossed his face." Brehm.said. Exactly two weeks ago today, President Kennedy had ob- served the third anniversary of his election victory over Richard M. Nraon in the I960 elections. AS THE DEADLY gunfire sounded, motorcycie poiice raced up the gra^y luioil of a park nearby where a man and woman were hyddled. There was pandemonium. The President's car cut out of the Hne of travel and raced behind screaming motorcycle poiice sirens to Parkland Hospilai. Two litters were brought out for the President and the governor. Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Connaily appeared in shock. Tne President lay face down on the floor of the limou- (See KENNEDY, Page 12) Earlier Stories Inside on JFK Visit to Fort Worth Before Tragedy
  10. 10. WHERE D!D THE FRONT SHOT COME FROM? by Crant Leitma The direction of the headshot wounds continues to be a source of confusion and conflict within and without the research community, ! believe the weight of evidence sug- gests that the fata! headshot came not from the grassy knoll but rather from the front...specifically, behind the N.W. corner of Dealey Plaza where the stockade fence and the railroad bridge join is a dual storm drain opening. The storm drain opening is large enough to accomodate a standing sniper. After using the fence rail as a rifle rest, one can crouch down and crawl through the drainage pipe. This pipe continues to widen until it reaches a diameter of nine feet at the Trinity River drainage ditch. [11 A frontal shot from this location would make an excellent choice by an assassin. I have examined six broad areas to suggest why a shot(s) came from this location: 1, RAILROAD BRIDGE & STOCKADE FENCE CORNEEl After hearing the gun shots that were fired, poiice chief Jesse Curry, who was riding in the lead police car, gave as his first instructions to "Get a man on top of that triple underpass and see what happened up there." [21 Instinctively, Curry's reaction was to send men behind the railroad bridge, This wouio suggest that a frontal shot was prominent in his mind. Also, about thirteen people had converged at the N.W. corner location with motorcycle police officer Hargis standing on the concrete bridge abutment. Hargis had been riding at the left rear of the JFK limo when he was splattered with brain and blood debris. He parked his motorcycle and ran up on the grassy knoll where he thought the shots came from. [3] Hargis stated, "There was something in my head that said that they probably could have been coming from the railroad overpass...since I got splattered with blood..." 1.4] Robert Mac Neil, nationaliv known broadcaster, and one of those indi- viduals in that same bridge-stockade fence crowd said, "A crowd, including reporters, converged on the grassy knoll, believing it to be the direction from which the shots came." [5] 2. WINDSHIELD HOLE Sgt. Starvis Ellis had an opportunity to see the condition of the JFK limo windshield before it was shipped to Washington, D.C. He related a story as told on CFTR radio program "Thou Shalt Not Kill Page Two." He states "The trajectory and that hole and the building and the place where it hit the street would have been exactly right. 1 showed it to Chanev at the hospital. You could take a regular standard writing pencil— -wood pencil and stick it through there. And...there's where the first one went..and...sorne Secret Service Agent run up and said, 'That's no bullet hole that's a fragment'. It wasn't adamnfragment itwasahole!" [6] It was perhaps because Ellis had shown him the hole that Chaney concluded that the President was "struck in the face". [7] Sgt. Ellis had stated to the HSCA that he had seen a missile strike the pavement alongside the first car in the motorcade, approximately 100 to 125 feet in front of the JFK limo. He thought this was a fragmenting grenade. [8] If there was indeed a bullet hole in the windshield and some kind of exploding device, this may explain why Secret Service driver Greer hit the brakes on the limousine. 3. jFK LIMO MOTORCADE STOP A survey of Dealey Plaza witnesses locates 47 of them who have stated the limousine either slows or stops after the fatal headshot occurs. [9j Greer, a veteran Secret Service driver, is viewed with suspicion because he hit the brakes instead of the gas pedai. Some have explained Greer's behavior as a part of some conspiracy. A better explanation would view Greer's action as a natural, reflexive response to a flying projectile coming straighten. Greer may have been caught off guard and his reflexes overrode his evasive training maneuver. Perhaps he saw what Ellis reported seeing strike the pavement, in addition, it is interesting to note his conversation with Jackie Kennedy at Parkland Hospital. Greer cried to Jackie, "Oh, Mrs. Kennedy, oh my God, oh my Cod, I didn't mean to do
  11. 11. it, I didn't hear, i should have sv/erved the car, I couldn't help it. Oh, Mrs. Kennedy, as soon as I saw it i sweri^ed. if only i'd seen It 1 swerved. If only I'd seen in time." !10] The only direction Greer could have seen something was from the front unless he is referring to turning around in his seat. He claims that he saw something then swerved. What did he see and from what direction? 4. PARKLAND DOCTORS' DESCRIPTION OF THE JFK W O U N D From the testimony and written medical records of the doctors and staff at Parkland Hospital, it appears that all were convinced of a frontal headshot from the physical damage to the rear and temporal side of JFK's head. I l l ] Dr. Crenshaw's observation is very clear on this issue. He states, "From the damiage I saw, there was no doubt in my mind that the bullet had entered his head through the FRONT, and as it surgically passed through the cranium, the missile obliterated part of the temporal and all of the parietal and occipital lobes before it lacerated the cerebellum. Dr. Clark had a similar reaction to the head shot wound. Clark stated 'My Cod, the whole right side of his head is shot off.'" [12] The angle from the grassy knoll would be ail wrong to explain how the rear portion and the temporal side of the head was damaged, 113] 5. RAILROAD BRIDGE RESTRICTION Cordon Arnold, a young army soldier, wanted to get a good view of the motorcade in order to use his movie camera. As he approached theoverpass bridge, he was rebuffed by a plain clothes man identifying himself as CIA.f14] AP photographer James Altgens was also denied permission to be on the bridge. Was this unidentified CIA(?i man assigned to keep people away from the N.W. corner of the grassy knoll concealing the sniper(s)? We also need to consider why thirteen railroad employees of the Union Terminal are allowed on the bridge. Police officers White and Foster, were assigned places at the east and west sides of the bridge. [15] Their locations placed them both near the center of the bridge, one closer and one further from Dealey Plaza. As they were obviously in no position to control access to the bridge from either of its ends, the "security" of the bridge seems not to have been a poiice priority, 6. DEALEY PLAZA DRAINAGE SYSTEM Researcher jack Brazil sent a man into the drainage system as reported by CNN-TV, in Dealey Plaza on Feb. 22, 1992. [16] What he found was a drainage system under Dealey Plaza that divides into two areas. One was found to lead to the county jail and the other lead to the Trinity River at Industrial Blvd. [17] To get through the drainage system and reach the Trinity River outlet took fifty-four minutes by one of Brazil's associates. The bridge railing and fence are at a 45 degree angle from the railroad overpass thus creating a natural blind spot from which to shoot and escape without detection. Was the fatal headshot from the west end of the stockade fence? Perhaps a computer enlargement of one of the photos by Prill Willis may uncover some activity in that area. Notes 1. Ray Evans, P.O. Box 461, Tyier, TX. Appeared in a brochure obtained at the 1992 ASK Symposium. 2. Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits, vol. 18, d. 461. . 3. Jesse Curry, JFK Assassination File, p. 30. 4. Warren Commission Heanngs and Exhibits, vol. 6, pp. 294-295, 5. Robert MacNeil, The Way We Were, p. 195. The photo shows MacNeii and Officer Hargis at the west end of the stockade fence. 6. G.J. Roweii, The Investigator. Special issue, pp. 10-11, 7. Robert Groden & Harrison Livingstone, High Treason. Cites WFAA-TV video tape PKT-24 as the source. 8. G.|. Rowell, The Investigator, Special Issue, pp. 10-11. 9. Vince Palamara, The Third Decade, 8#2,3 Jan-March, 1992, pp. 51-55. 10. Death of a President, p. 330. 1967. . , ' . • 11. WC Report, Appendix VIII, pp. 516-546. • 12. Charles Crenshaw, JFK Conspiracy of Silence. 1992, pp. 86-87. 13. Ned Scott, "Myth of Grassy Knoll Gunman," The Third Decade 8#5 July 1992, pp. 20-24. Charies Putensen, "More About the Neck Wound," The Third Decade 9#1 November 1992. pp. 21-23. 14. A & E Special appearing on Cable, "The Men Who Killed Kennedy." 15. Jerry D, Rose, "Dance of the Railroad Men", Proceed- ings of the Second Research Conference of The Third Decade, June, 1993. 16. Ray Evans, P.O. Box 461, Tyler, TX, 1992 ASK Sympo- sium JFK brochure. ' ' ' 17. Author's conversation with Jack Brazil at the 1992 ASK Symposium,,
  12. 12. DALLAS'Only BURLESQUE LOUNGE WtTH A CONTINUOUS GIRL & COMEDY SHOW NON-STOP 9:00 P.M. 'TIL 2:00 A.M. STARKiNG W A L L Y WESTOISJ SaMILE HIKE WiNNEK H*0( Wolly'* Candid Comment* on Wotky Wall. tlSO BURNT lANt KAIHY KAY - TAWNY ANGEl FRIDAY: UDIES FUEE SATURDAY: AUDITIONS FOR AMATEUR EXOTICS 3. NEW CAROUSELDALLAS' NEWEST AND MOST INTIMATE BURLESQUE LOUNGE NOTICE: SOUTHWEST'S ONLY RUNWAY STAGE SHOW BAR - OFFERING MANY MORE RINGSIDE SEATS THAN ANY OTHER CLUB WITH BEER AND SETUP SERVICE Rl 7-2362 fOR RESERVATIONS 131272 Commerce at Corner of Field Across from Adolphus Hotel H A N D S OFF C U B A ! Join the Fair Play for Cuba Committee NEW ORLEANS CHARTER MEMBER BRANCH Free Lzferahire^ LecftiT-cs L O C A T I O N : L . H : O S W A L D 4 9 0 7 M A J A ^ t NEW ORLEAlb, L « . , E V E R Y O N E W E L C O M E ! During the evening of November 22nd, Ruby went to the Dallas Police Station with sandwiches he had prepared for police officials. He was informed by Detective Simmons that they didn'i need the sandwiches so Ruby stayed around to wimess a press conference given by District Attorney Henry Wade. The Wade press conference was video taped by newsman and w-as put on the air on the national networks. Wade made a remark that Oswald had been a member of a Free Ciiba Committee. Wade didn't quote the name of the organizationrightand Ruby, who was standing in the back of the room remarked: " h's the Fair Play For Cuba Commime" , .' . If Ruby didn't know anything about Oswald as he claimed, how is it that he had inside knowledge about the Fair Play For Cuba Committee Oswald had started in New Orleans. An employee of Ruby's by the name of Wally Weston talked privately with Ruby on visits with him during the rime that he was held by the state of Texas. Weston states that Ruby told him during one of these visits: They are going to find out about New Orleans. D I D Y O U K N O W : FBi Jocuments show Directof-J. Edgar Hoover had com- plete knowledge of Lee Harvey Oswald less than two Eioufs after the assassination, a time when the Dallas police were still uncertain of Ihe identity of their suspect. Several witnesses said, and two iUms ssem in con- firm, that more Than one man was on the sixth floor of the Tf>xas Schoof Book OepDsitory 3t the time of the shooting. Several witnesses, including Dallas policemen, encoun- tered men with Secret Service identification in Oealey Plaza before and after the assassination, yet officially there were no agents tn the vicinitv- D I D Y O U K N O W : Lee Harvey Osv.-aid possessed a tiny "spy:' camera bearina a serial nomosr not avaii- abie te the general puhHc. Since 1S63. certain federa! agencies hai'g suppressed, destroyed and fatin- cated evidence-and inlimidaled wit- oesses-in making the case for a ione assassifL DID Y O U K N O W : A paraffin test administered by the Dalias poiice showed no nitrates on Oswald's cheek - court-admissible evi- dence he did nof fire a rifie that day^ Jack Ruby, was associated ',.,"•-•• , with numerous'Organized Crime t^tiaracters as well as CtA gunrunners and anti- Castro exiies. Photographic experts in other countries have Slated that the incriminating pic- tures of Qsvjafd and his weapons are clevertakcs. A ^najofity of witnesses ori the west side of Deatey Piaze said stiots came from the Srassy Knoll. Sfi *969. Datia's Poiics Chie! Jesse Curry told newsmen, "We don't hai« any proof ttiat Qswaid tsred the rtJte, and nsifer did. toboay-'s yefbeen a&ig to pathim m that building wttfi a gun jn his hsnd" Ruby wasonce an tntor- mant for the FBi, and much evidence sug- gests that Lee Harvey Oswaid aisQ worked for the Bureau - Texas authorities reported his . informant number was, T-173 and he was paid $200 a month. Oswald rsportedly offered military secrets'to ift": ^>r>.'r- fits, yet according to the atftcia! record, the U.S. Govern- ment apparently never sothered (o question him yocn •{lis return to ihe Onifed States and. in fact, loaned money for im rsfum trip. oHOOTING THE PRESIDENT WAS NOT A FEDERAL O F F E N S E - ^ iN THE STATE OF TEXAS IN 1963.
  13. 13. C O N F L I C T I N G E a D E N C E A T T H E S C H O O L B O O K D E P O S I T O R Y B U I L D I N G If Oswald was the assassin in the sixth floor window of the School Book Depositon', he would have to have been there some time before the Presitiential motorcade arrived in the Plaza. The assassmauon occurred at 12:30. Kennedy delayed the start of the motorcade at Love Field when he broke awayfromthe official welcoming party to meet and shake hands with citizens who had come to greet him. By the time the motorcade reached Dealey Plaza, it was running another five minutes behind due to two unplanned stops requested by President Kennedy to sh^ke hands with the crowds. The assassin on the 6th floor would have had to have been in place sometime before the motorcade arrived to arrange the boxes in the window and cenainly would not have known that the . motorcade was running at least nine minutes behind. Yet, several wimesses place Oswald on the first and second floors of the building just before and just after the assassination. B/LI,5/f£LL£y; Shelley was Oswalds super%'isor. He ha.s stated before the Warren Commission that he saw Oswald on the second floor by a telephone at 11:40. i .j^- C4.SOL17V A/J.'VOLD. Arnold was an executive secretary in the •'• '•'im building. She said that she saw Oswald in the lunch room at 12:15 (and says it could have been later) on the second floor eating lunch by himself. If the assassination occurred at 12:30, why was Oswald eating his lunch on the second floor of the budding at 12:15. He would have had to have had time to build his sniper's nest with boxes and be m position as no one was sure of the exact minute the motorcade would pass the building. The SheUey statement that OSWALD was positioned near a telephone at 11:40 seems suspicious to me. If OSWALD was standing near the telephone forty minutes before the assassination, was he awaiting a call or did he use the telephone? If he did, this would certainly provide circumstannal evidence of something more than the lone gunman theory. It would tend to point to a conspiracy. Unanswered questions remain because the Warren Commission failed to ask any relevant questions conceming this incident. PATROLMAN MARRION BAKER: Baker was a motorcycle patrolman in tlie motorcade. Upon hearing the shots , he thought that they had come from the School Book Depository. It's been established by Baker himself that this was not after the last shot but was just after the first shot. Baker said that he heard the first shot and saw pigeons fly off the top of the building. It was at this point that be rode his motorcycle to the steps of the School Book Depository Building and ran up the iront steps. Ninety seconds later, he ran into Oswaid in the lunch room drinking a coke and asked Oswaid if he worked here. Oswald's supervisor explained to the police officer that Oswald worked in the building and was ok. Baker stated that the two elevators were stuck on the fifth floor so he sianed running the back stairs. In areenactinentdurineAe Warren Commission, it only took Baker fifteen seconds to enter the building.
  14. 14. T E X A S SCHOOL BOOK DEPOSITORY A key piece to the puzzle is that "the plot Involved triangulation of crossfire, diversionary shooting and the sacrificing of one man as a scapegoat to allovv' others to escape." (State vs. Shaw, New Orleans Dis- trict Courts). The triangulation involved three key locations for the snipers and one location for the diversionary shooting. These diversionarj' shots, fired from the fourth position, would draw attention and serve as a decoy position. The fourth location used as the diversion site is the poorest of all sniper angles with respect to a hunter's view, it had a tree that ob- structed a direct shot. The three positions within the triangulation were, in fact, much better hidden. The diversionary shooting from the sixth floor of the Depository Building was done with a rifle stuck out of an open i.vindow in full view of spectators, as an obvious deg;x>y. This, was, of course, the full intention of the sixth floor diversionary shooting, drawing the attention of onlookers lo the Depository. The high visibil- ity of the sixth floor of the Depository made it a perfect location to pro- duce the high visibility necessary to carry out the plot Lee Oswald - CfVIL AIR PATBCX /One of the primiiry missions of the Civil Air Patro! is cooper- ating with Ehe-Office of Civil Defense in case of a nuclear attack" open the United Slates and during ceriods of iocat or national emergencies. RESEARCHER'S NOTE 501 Elm St. the Dai-Tex Buiidmg ttie most perfect angle CONFLICTING ETDENCE AT THE SCHOOL BOOK DEPOSITORY BUILDING in the Marines at age 19 LEE OSWALD The assassin on the 6th flcx)r would have had to have been in place sometime before the motorcade airived to arrange the boxes in the window and certainly would not have known that the motorcade was running at least nine minutes behind. Yet, several wimesses place Oswald on the first and second floors of the building just before and just after the assassination. Research LAST HURRAH BOOK SHOP: 937 Memoriai, WiUiamsport, Pa. 17701. Phone: (717) 327-9338. A book dealer that deals in hard to find and out of print books on anytliing that relates to JFK and the assassination. These people are very helpful. Highly recommended.
  15. 15. Somellow giving way to civii rights was considered by some as giv- ing way to CommDnism. On July 12, 1963, Mississippi Governor Ross Bametf charged that "iiitegration wa.s Communist inspirKl." statemcm number 4. W A m - E D 1 FOR TREASON T H I S M A N is wanted for treasonous acfhfifies against the United States: 1, Befraymg the Constitution (which be swore tfi uphold): He i«"furring the sovereignty of the U. S. ove» to the communist <;ontroUed United r'^tions. He isbo/^ayjnj^ ourfriendsiCuba, Katanga. Portugal) and befriend- ing our «n©rr>ies (Russia, Yugosia- via, Poland). 2. H e h a s b « » n W R O N G o n innu- merabie issues aWecting the j o - curityof the U.S. (United N«tion»- B*tiin^all-Missl« rMnoval-Ciba- WfMttl«»li-T©*f B a n Treaty.»t«.) 3. H e h a s b e e n l a x in enforcing Com- munist Registration laws. 4. He has given support and encour- agement to the Communist irva)»- ired racial riots. 5. H e has illegally invaded a so er- eign State with federal troops. 6. H e has consistanHy a p p o i r " e d Anti-Christians to Federal c f ce: Upholds the Supremo Cou»n its Anti-Christian rulings. Aliens and known Communists abound in Federal offices. 7 H e has been caught in fantastic LIES to the American people (in- cluding personal ones like his previous marraige and divorca). These were posted o. ^ephone poles 3ng the motorcade route.
  16. 16. November 24 ,1963 ASSASSINATION SITE
  17. 17. HOW MANY BULLETS WERE THERE? (below) • Shows where bullet fragment cracked limousine's windshield (Commission Exhibit 399) COMMISSION EXBian NO. 350: Cracked windshield of presidential limousiDc. THE MISSED SHOTS C.E. 399 THE MAGIC BULLET The "Pristine Bullet" that Warren Commission said caused wounds to both Kennedy & Connaily. Direct bullet strike in chrome, above windshield of President's limousine Elm St. 11-22.63 Unidentified man picks up bullet. ASSASSINATION SITE ' B U L L E T FROM A S S A S S I N S SUN 6 0 ' H!GH 3 U L L E T HOLE IN SHIRT 5 i/";" 3 E L 0 W C O L L A R -HE a e V A R K A B L E =ATH Of THE P R i S T i N E B U L L E T , ACCORD^N", TO V/AHREN C O M M I S S I O N ' A policeman checks a spot where one of the bullets struck. .According to numerous doctors and nurses at Parkland Hospital and almost every JFK assassination researcher, the fatal head shot was fired from the front and to the right of the president. What do you think?
  18. 18. A D f R E C T V I E W
  19. 19. ^ Agent Hill's bravery during assassination earned him Treasury Department commendation %: ' — . _ — ' CONSPIRACY AND COVER-UP This is the Warren Commission. From the left: Rep. Gerald R. Ford, R-Mich.; Rep. Hale Boggs, D-La.; Sen. Richard B. Russell, D-Ga.; Chief Justice Earl Warren, the chairman; Sen. John Sherman Cooper, R-Ky.; John J. McCloy, New York banker; Allen W. Dulles, former Central Intelligence Agency director; and J. Lee Rankin of New York, general counsel.
  20. 20. nightclub owner Jack Rubyf of his life in the Old County Jail Building which overlooks Dealey Plaza. The bars of the ceUs are still visible today. From one of these windows Jack Ruby would stand on his bunk and stare endlessly at the people walking through the historic site. To this very day many people comment on the strange feeling of someone watching them from one of these win- dows, An ongoing study over many years has determined that visitors would look to the win- dow that was indeed the cell of Jack Ruby.
  21. 21. MAP A WALKING GUIDE TO DEALEY PLAZA 1. Texas School Book Depository (now the Dallas County Administration Building) 2. The Dai-Tex Building (now 501 Elm Place) 3. The Dallas County Records Building 4. The County Crimirtal Courts Building (which housed the County Jail and the Sheriff's Office) 5. The Union Terminal Tower 6. The Grassy Knoll 7. Wooden picket fence 8. Concrete pergola 9. Parking area 10. Old Court House 11. Union Terminal Building RONALD D. RICE HISTORICAL TOUR GUIDE LOCATIONS OF SELECTED WITNESSES A. Policeman J. W. Foster. Sam Holland and other railroad workers James Tague Jean Hill and • ' Mary Moorman Beverly Oliver (the "Babushka Lady") Charles Brehm and son Emmett Hudson Abraham Zapruder . . Railroad Supervisor Lee Bowers I The Bill Newman family J. James Altgens K. The John Chisms L. The Phil Willis family Ni. Roy Truly, Billy Lovelady and other Depository employees Howard Brennan :' - Charles Bronson Roger Craig and other deputy sheriffs The "Umbrella Man" N. 0. R Q.

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