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Elsewhere Jack White has discussed the circumstances surrounding the 1991 attack on his person by an assailant whose m.o. -- before, during, and after the ice pick business -- smacks of an intelligence connection.

Jack may be willing to go into detail here; I'll note that, of all the suspect aspects of the event, none is more telling than the fact that Jack's stolen car ended up in the parking lot of a radio station that had employed Gary Mack.

The point of this thread is to examine the manner in which Texan researchers were targeted and perhaps even taken out -- alive and dead.

Just ask Larry Harris.

Except you can't. All you can do is review the accident report.

Nor can you ask Larry Howard, whose death, albeit by apparent natural causes, nonetheless falls within the suspect time frame.

Gary Shaw's abrupt self-removal from JFK research very well may have been motivated, at least in part, by recognition of an ongoing operation known in certain circles as "cleaning out the row."

The spot chosen for the White car drop-off may have been intended to deliver a message to Mack. If so, it appears that he got it.

Correct my chronology, Jack, but since then -- and with the highly notable exceptions of the work done by my dear friend Mary Ferrell and you -- what we've got from Texas are the Mac Wallace and Barr McClellan provocations.
I do not know this story.I hope Jack would be willing to share what he can.
Charles Drago Wrote:Elsewhere Jack White has discussed the circumstances surrounding the 1991 attack on his person by an assailant whose m.o. -- before, during, and after the ice pick business -- smacks of an intelligence connection.

Jack may be willing to go into detail here; I'll note that, of all the suspect aspects of the event, none is more telling than the fact that Jack's stolen car ended up in the parking lot of a radio station that had employed Gary Mack.

The point of this thread is to examine the manner in which Texan researchers were targeted and perhaps even taken out -- alive and dead.

Just ask Larry Harris.

Except you can't. All you can do is review the accident report.

Nor can you ask Larry Howard, whose death, albeit by apparent natural causes, nonetheless falls within the suspect time frame.

Gary Shaw's abrupt self-removal from JFK research very well may have been motivated, at least in part, by recognition of an ongoing operation known in certain circles as "cleaning out the row."

The spot chosen for the White car drop-off may have been intended to deliver a message to Mack. If so, it appears that he got it.

Correct my chronology, Jack, but since then -- and with the highly notable exceptions of the work done by my dear friend Mary Ferrell and you -- what we've got from Texas are the Mac Wallace and Barr McClellan provocations.


Though not a Texan, don't leave out Bud Fensterwald, who died
in the same epidemic.

During the filming of JFK, a group met for dinner at a restaurant near
Dealey Plaza. The group included Mary Ferrell, Bud Fensterwald, Larry
Harris, Larry Howard, and Gary Shaw. Though not invited to sit at
their table (this was an Oliver Stone affair), I sat at an adjacent table.

The very next week, Bud Fensterwald "took sick" and died; soon Larry
Harris and Larry Howard died in one-car accidents (though it was
claimed that Howard suffered a stroke while driving, and that Harris
fell asleep at the wheel (his only injury, according to the autopsy) was
a broken leg. Soon thereafter, Gary Shaw's wife persuaded him to
give up JFK research. She got the message. Not too much later, Mary
died, I trust of natural causes. Gary and I are still healthy.

Tomorrow I will provide links for anyone to read about my personal
close call IN THAT SAME TIME FRAME.

Jack
Jack,

It was my understanding that Mr. Howard died of cancer.

Am I mistaken?

Charles
Charles Drago Wrote:Jack,

It was my understanding that Mr. Howard died of cancer.

Am I mistaken?

Charles

I think so. I believe it was ruled a stroke. I may be wrong
but as I remember, he was driving on a highway and his
car ran off the road into a field, and I heard that he died of
a stroke. I must say that all of my info is second or third hand.

Jack
Interesting.

I met Howard during my first trip to Dallas -- for an ASK conference. He was said to be ill with cancer, and to a layman's eyes he appeared to be under severe duress.

In any event, God rest his soul.
The connection between the others [I believe not in this respect including Jack directly] was their involvement in the Rosco white affair and fiasco. They were fed lots of false info on White and made many mistakes. However, I and others, have information that Roscoe White was up to his top hairs in the assassination - and he too died under most mysterious circumstances not too long after Dallas in an industrial 'accident'. I believe, personally, that while those in charge of the cover-up were successful in diverting most all of the real information of White's involvement by this group, the feared they might yet follow other leads that would lead to the real damning information - and thus might well have decided death was preferable to persons snooping around in the 'wrong' [read correct] places......
Charles Drago Wrote:Interesting.

I met Howard during my first trip to Dallas -- for an ASK conference. He was said to be ill with cancer, and to a layman's eyes he appeared to be under severe duress.

In any event, God rest his soul.

Charles...maybe you have Larry mixed up with someone
else. He always looked very healthy to me. And the ASK
conferences were a LONG LONG time ago.

Jack
Keith Millea Wrote:I do not know this story.I hope Jack would be willing to share what he can.

Keith...go to this webpage on the Ed Forum. Read the whole page.
There are three or four messages and replies which describe the
attack. If you have further questions, ask:

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index....5319&st=90

Jack
View this video on YouTube; it depicts the Larry Howard I'm referencing and may be wrong about.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFxt_ChhcgQ