Archive for Tom S.

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Anthony Martin – April 8

I’m not trained in physiology, but the neck doesn’t look abnormal. The shoulders and upper back seem muscular, maybe due to someone who had a a bad back and swam backstroke a lot. Read more

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sh – April 5

From the review: “Talbot’s work is not without flaws—which I will detail later. But it is so far ahead of its competitors, and it deals with such a wide variety of important subjects, that I strongly recommend reading it. Most books I review in this field I read once, and then walk outside and throw them in the dumpster. Talbot’s book is Read more

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Photon – March 29

….What are you trying to imply-that Perry’s Nov 22 press conference is the gold standard as to the true nature of JFK’s wounds?
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Willy Whitten – March 23

Have no fear Dr Agular,

I understand the disingenuous nature of McAdams’ purposes here.

I had a comment that remains unpublished just before your last two, that makes this very clear. Read more

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John McAdams – March 7

Isn’t it at all odd that Bush is naming two guys in 1975 who were two of three meeting to discuss Bush’s political future,…..?

So you think this is sinister? You could find something equally “sinister” about essentially everybody who had any importance at all in Texas politics in that era.

Has it ever occurred to you that if I took all your posts, and made a list of all the people whom you think have a sinister connection to somebody else you think is sinister, the list would come to several thousand people?

Bill Pierce – March 15

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IMO the *ultra-elaborate theories* play right into the hands of WC fabulists who can easily mock the extraordinary number of farfetched variables and sinister people that those theories entail. Read more

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Willy Whitten – March 8

Intrigue, complex and convoluted charades; these are the constructs of covert operations.

There are certain things that cannot be proven, other than accepting the word of a participant in the affair. Prouty was the contact officer that would procure military equipment from the services to make such available to CIA. Read more

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Steve Stirlen – February 29

John,

There is a HUGE problem for the LN side with Mr. Gunn and his comments about the WC failing to do its job and it is now TOO late to know the truth. Allow me to help. Read more

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Willy Whitten – February 22

I am reminding this forum yet again that I will not engage with anyone who has called me a liar. Read more

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Ronnie Wayne – February 11

…. I guess the other main theory of the thread is it means all of DiEugenio and Mellen’s work, as well as Garrison’s is junk?

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Photon – February 9

As of 4:46 this AM I posted proof that Talbot obviously lied. It is there, if you are willing to look. Read more

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Photon – February 1

Tom S, please refer to the Washington Post article of Jan 31, 2016: “‘Eyewash’: How the CIA deceives its own workforce about operations”
Please note the following statements from the article: ” …eyewashing was a standard practice that had been in existence for decades.” Read more

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Charles – January 20

Here is a another conspiracy theory.

This site seems to have taken a strange turn in the last few months.

Mr. Morely was interviewed by Alan Dale a while ago and he was quite contemptuous of the term conspiracy, noting that it was antithetical and counterproductive to a discussion which ought to focus on facts. Read more

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Bogman – January 15 – In reply to John McAdams.

“I don’t doubt he wanted to discredit Garrison. This was after he concluded that Garrison was a fraud.”

I know it may be hard for you to believe, professor, but that is not supposed to be the way American journalism works. Read more

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Tom Scully – January 11

Let’s see if I have this right, Ed Butler is in Hale Bogg’s office in the capitol playing the Oswald radio debate tape before AF-1 unloads JFK’s Dallas casket. See: https://jfkfacts.org/assassination/comment-of-the-week-10/#comment-847322 Read more

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John Kirsch – January 2

Let me ask this: How many of the people who write comments on this site, often on complex topics, have had articles on 11/22 published by reputable outlets that vetted the article before it was published? Read more