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Lisa Pease suggested I repost this in regards to Mimi "Better red than Dead" Alford and her story.

Its pretty relevant today I think.
http://www.ctka.net/1979/ProbeV4N6_The_P...20JFK.html
Try this link. The one above is dodgy.
Yes, Jim.

And I'm afraid that we ain't heard nothin' yet.
YOu may be right.

I have little doubt Random House is selling Mimi's book for next year.
Though the cat was pre-empted

from averting the immolation

which built a wall 58,000 lives long

broke a generation

roncoed a continent

in five thousand rotors

his drive-by death

by our six-gun spooks

is totally stet, Chet:

see he might've dallied

with tabloid Sally

salivating over Larry Flynt's

thirty pieces

Now we're back in the op for the poppy crop

Living the American Dream

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xcwt9mSbYE
...it never went away...never let up for a moment, and is increasing its pitch now as the 50th approaches! Great articles Jim!
Peter Lemkin Wrote:...it never went away...never let up for a moment, and is increasing its pitch now as the 50th approaches! Great articles Jim!

I was alive and do remember the early 60s when JFK was our President, and it amazes me what I heard after his death about him when he couldn't force proof. It seemed to pick up after the death of RFK, and after the auto accident involving EMK. If the stories were all true, I have to wonder if JFK ever slept. The fact as I understand it is, he did the job that he did not need, donated his salary, and was murdered while doing that same job. And, I believe he was well aware of the danger he was exposed to.
:gossip:
I read both parts of the the entire article. DiEugenio is fun to read because he fills in what the New York Times filters out.
Thanks Peter and Albert.

Those were difficult articles to write.

Because they weren't planned. I kind of stumbled into them. And then they just kind of mushroomed on me.
Jim DiEugenio Wrote:Thanks Peter and Albert.

Those were difficult articles to write.

Because they weren't planned. I kind of stumbled into them. And then they just kind of mushroomed on me.

They continue to be very important pieces and, as the 50th anniversary draws closer, will be even more so.
Thanks for posting them here Jim, where they won't be met with the kind of attacks and smear jobs you see at some other sites.

Dawn