October 9, 2012
Dear Ed: Your recollection of the response to JFK's murder in certain precints of the south is important as we reach the 50th anniversity of one of the greatest frauds perpetrated on the American people in the Twentieth Century. Of course considering Viet Nam and Iraq among other outrages, the conspiracy of the lone nut theory of assassination may not be the greatest fraud. Without rehashing the incredible evidence of this crime let me make just a couple of points: You mention Southern reaction to the murder. Dallas was a notorious center of right wing extremism. The Dallas mayor at the time was Earle Cabell, brother of Charles Cabell one of the top CIA officals and fired by JFK the year before along with CIA chief and Warren Commission member Allen Dulles. As for the Warren Commission does its findings have any legal implications? Well, the Senate Committee on Assassinations, the "Church Committee" determined that there were four shots fired that day. I do believe, unlike the Warren Commission, the Senate committee has official recognition. So, as far as I'm concerned, anybody in the Fourth Estate who is still peddling the lone nut theory is either a disinformation hack or is intellectually challenged. So we are a year out from the 50th anniversery, the direct decendants of many of the same characters are operating today so let's get the discussion going.
The single fact that a mob gofer who had cancer shot the "patsy" is why no one ever really believed any trumped up findings. Watching gloss over, lie-spinners, and big money, by political prostitutes, pimps, crooks, and what-not, on just regular elections, it is completely believable that a contract job was spun, executed, and insulated from the public. Have we ever heard from one honest (non-GOP) hunter or gun expert that the findings could really be correct?