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H.P. Albarelli has passed away.
#41
Here's some 'raw meat' for you. You can find it on 'Kennedys and King'. An old article from 2008 entitled 'Beware: The Douglas/Janney/Simkin Silver Bullets'.
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#42
Ganis and Skorzeny

https://kennedysandking.com/john-f-kenne...o-kill-jfk

Albarelli's last book on the JFK case

https://kennedysandking.com/john-f-kenne...assination
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#43
According to the millennials, they subscribe to the theory that "nobody knows anything."

The corollary to this belief, is the JFK research attitude that says "I can't necessarily prove who it was that killed Kennedy, but I'm sure you don't know either."

The review by Michael Le Flem of the Skorzeny Papers seems to be picking out a single tree and chopping the hell out of it, with total disregard of the forest. I (for the life of me) can't understand why those who have no proof as the JFK killers, totally disrespect various authors who, at least, have a unified theory as to the assassination which might answer all the major problems with the multitude of claims made by all the research community.

The reviewer seems to like the theory that anti-Castro Cubans and the CIA did it. Granted, some people in the CIA must have had either prior knowledge or post-assassination knowledge of the particulars of the assassination. But as we are seeing with the Mueller report, one segment of the government will not cover-up for other particular segments of the government.

The House Democrats may be peddling the theory that the Russians rigged the election, but the conservative press and the House Republicans are busy full-time poking holes in that deep-state fantasy. To one side, Mueller is Jesus-like but to the other side, Mueller is pretty much the Devil.

So it's not credible that liberals in Congress like Senator J William Fulbright (who himself was threatened by McCarthy-ites) would cover up collectively over a period of decades for James Angleton, Allen Dulles, etc. Why would they rig the House Select Committee on Intelligence and go to all that length to try and falsely blame the Mafia? Would they do that to protect the likes of Sergio Arcacha Smith or Carlos Bringuier? That doesn't come close to adding up.

You have to have a theory that explains why (even in 2019) there would be a stonewalling of the release of documents about 11-22-63. And very few Americans had any motive to cover-up for anti-Castro Cubans--at all, never mind for 55 years.

Simply put, the truth has pretty much emerged that the JFK plot had to be at the level of world leaders. You have to explain why all the intel agencies on the planet have remained silent for 55 years, when it wasn't that hard for investigators to know the main principals of the JFK plot.

In my opinion, the best explanation of that is that West Germany and NATO were heavily involved. And even in 2019, most people would not want to jeopardize either our alliance with Germany or to trash NATO.

So in that context, the reviewer Mr. Le Flem doesn't analyze the Skorzeny book based on what the book has to say about international connections to the assassination. To me, that's the import of the Skorzeny Papers. Mr. Ganis presents so many connections between Skorzeny and Dallas that it's unbelievable. That level of connection as to be taken very seriously.

And the main connection in The Skorzeny Papers is the involvement of David Martin with Skorzeny. Sadly, very few people who read this site are aware of the importance of David Martin to the assassination. So it's difficult for someone to write a review of The Skorzeny Papers without the reviewer having a very wide understanding of the assassination.

Without that, one is limited to just poking holes is someone else's theory. And as author and attorney Mark Lane proved, you can poke all kinds of holes in, say, the Warren Commission Report, but that won't explain WHO ACTUALLY DID KILL KENNEDY. IMHO, Mark Lane never figured out who were the JFK killers, even though he spent his whole life trying.

And somebody did kill JFK. And Oswald could not have acted alone. So unless you can explain all the unexplained loose ends of the vast JFK evidence, you cant' claim very much. And if you don't have the explanation of the entire event and cover-up, then you really can't evaluate or pass judgment or fundamentally disprove the theory of those who have done the in-depth research that you, yourself, have never done.

You can only pass judgment on the work of Mr. Ganis by comparing his work to the work of others who have taken their shot. And in that light, Mr. Ganis looks pretty darn good and Mr. Albarelli probably would have looked even better, rest his soul.

James Lateer
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#44
Terrible news! A life so tragically cut short. SO many plans and how much he loved his family! In between his own work he played a huge role in the lives of his grandchildren I can't imaging the empty hole left in their lives. May his memory be a blessing for them always.

Re the previous mention of Dr Mary's Monkey etc. He may have been a source for much of the books but in his communication with me he was very adamant that their conclusions where quite different to his and he did not support them as they stood. And it was one of his reasons for looking elsewhere for a new publisher and finding Skyhorse.

I do hope that the manuscript as it stands now is published on the net. The information wants to be free. Particularly it needs to be free of censorship. I have no idea who the second writer could be. I was unaware of such a thing too. I do wonder if it could be his daughter Nicole? Not for any particular reason other than closeness and familiarity with both the author and matter. And maybe they only stepped in when he had the original stroke? And there was expectation of recovery but help needed? Just putting it out there.

I will say now that HP was also involved in researching and hopefully producing works on human trafficking and the people and organizations behind it.
"The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it." Karl Marx

"He would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies. When asked in court whether she knew that Lord Astor had denied having sex with her.

“I think it would be a good idea” Ghandi, when asked about Western Civilisation.
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#45
And he was very interested in taking on Harry Dean's story of his role in the JFK assassination. Not sure where he was with this.
"The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it." Karl Marx

"He would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies. When asked in court whether she knew that Lord Astor had denied having sex with her.

“I think it would be a good idea” Ghandi, when asked about Western Civilisation.
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#46
Mark A. O'Blazney Wrote:
Anthony Thorne Wrote:I'm fine with Kris and Trine Day. They do good stuff. Not every volume, and not the JVB titles, but I have a dozen or more of their books and would pick up another dozen if I had the funds right now to do it.

They also published Albarelli's TERRIBLE MISTAKE book on Frank Olson, which is a tremendous achievement.

Whatever Albarelli's other accomplishments, I feel he was just getting started with his deep political research volumes and almost certainly had more in him. It's just very sad.

Mark, I'm not sure if your post indicates Kris Milligan is unwell, but if so I hope he gets better.

Agreed, Anthony, there ARE some good tomes at Trine Day (and Skyhorse), but as Dawn Meredith once said, "Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus".

That said, there are even some things Trump said that I actually agree with. But........... he's still a raving lunatic. Sort of like a stopped clock being right twice a day.

HP was a source for many other books (i.e., Mary's Mosaic), but were his sources clean? I agree that A TERRIBLE MISTAKE was his magnum opus. Just my opinion.

p.s.- I wasn't referring to Kris, I was referring to Ms. Baker and her begging for money from her acolytes. She blocked me from seeing her Facebook page, but others have been screenshotting and sharing her con game that's been going on as long as 'Dr. Mary's Monkey' has been. Her and Halsam got together (both from Bradenton, Florida) and cross-referenced each others' books, and the race was on. Sigh.

Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus??? (False in one, false in all). I have never said this about Trine Day. I have many of their books. (But everyone knows I am no fan of JVB).
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#47
I really don't completely understand these arguments, especially as to how they apply to Ed Haslem. In his book Dr. Mary's Monkey, Ed states that his father was a medical doctor who was a teacher at the Tulane Medical School.

Why would a guy whose father had this position just happen to falsify or concoct the story as to how another doctor in NOLA died, i.e. Dr. Mary Sherman????

So you have two people living in Bradenton, Florida who just happen to have lived for years in New Orleans, and they get together to falsify their experiences in New Orleans???

There just aren't that many people who publish falsified history books. Not that many would have the required writing skills. And the only two who did it just happen to be living next door to each other in Bradenton, Florida?

How did this come down? Did Judyth Vary Baker run this ad in the Brandenton newspaper---

"WANTED: A PERSON WHO HAS A CONNECTION TO MEDICAL PRACTICE IN NEW ORLEANS WHO CAN JOIN ME IN CREATING A FRAUDULENT NON-FICTION HISTORY OF NOLA AND JFK AND WEAPONIZED CANCER." ????????????????????

OK, assume Ed and JVB got together someplace and then decided to both move to Brandenton, Florida so they could collaborate on their falsified NOLA history more easily. But the profits from their books wouldn't have covered the cost of moving to Brandenton from other places. So their motivation would have to be something beyond financial (it would seem).

If JVB and Mr. Haslem have some shaky aspects to their accounts, their critics have some equally hazy criticisms of their literary efforts IMHO. It seems that these criticisms should be "fleshed out".

So maybe intel agencies are paying people like this under the table to falsify history. Assume that's the motive. But why would intel agencies wan't such bizarre material to be created? What's in it for them?????

James Lateer
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#48
So lets take it the next step. What if JV Baker and Haslem had some real dirt and they told the intel agencies "we have dirt and it will be even worse for you if it's published" so then they say "pay us and then we'll hold back the worst stuff".

Sorry, that's the best scenario I can create to flesh out the JVB-Haslem criticism. But that still has the Baker-Haslem as being a threat to the intel agencies and being the truth, but maybe not the whole truth.

So the JFK research effort is loaded with tortuous logic and winding trails. Will we ever see a path out of all this during our lifetimes??????????????

James Lateer
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#49
Peter Lemkin Wrote:[quote=Magda Hassan]Terrible news! A life so tragically cut short. SO many plans and how much he loved his family! In between his own work he played a huge role in the lives of his grandchildren I can't imaging the empty hole left in their lives. May his memory be a blessing for them always.

Re the previous mention of Dr Mary's Monkey etc. He may have been a source for much of the books but in his communication with me he was very adamant that their conclusions where quite different to his and he did not support them as they stood. And it was one of his reasons for looking elsewhere for a new publisher and finding Skyhorse.

I do hope that the manuscript as it stands now is published on the net. The information wants to be free. Particularly it needs to be free of censorship. I have no idea who the second writer could be. I was unaware of such a thing too. I do wonder if it could be his daughter Nicole? Not for any particular reason other than closeness and familiarity with both the author and matter. And maybe they only stepped in when he had the original stroke? And there was expectation of recovery but help needed? Just putting it out there.

I will say now that HP was also involved in researching and hopefully producing works on human trafficking and the people and organizations behind it.

I've heard from a reliable source who knew Hank A. fairly well that there were two persons helping him on the book. In what regard they did not say, but they did say that it would NOT make any sense for either of them to have their name as the author[s].....so I assume they were doing research, fact checking, typing, editing or some other tasks. This person did not say that any of his family were part of his team, but he did not say otherwise either. So, what this person told me doesn't square with what the PR man at Skyhorse said. Skyhorse PR man could just be misinformed, being told something not true by the editor, or there could be something up. Skyhorse HAS published some VERY GOOD JFK [and related] books. Not all they publish in political non-fiction is great or even good [like books by Oliver North]....but that is not the point or the potential problem. The problem would be if they or some other forces wanted to suppress or change what HPA was working on. Also, according to my source, HPA had NOT yet gotten the MS to the point he felt it was complete - and while the legal team at Skyhorse had been giving him problems, the delay in publication also had to do with his not feeling it was 'done' to his satisfaction. So, I guess unless those two persons know what he wanted to add or change, I hope the book will come out as it was in his computer when he died - with nothing more than spelling and grammar, footnote changes.......
"Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who writes the laws. - Mayer Rothschild
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#50
Dawn Meredith Wrote:
Mark A. O'Blazney Wrote:
Anthony Thorne Wrote:I'm fine with Kris and Trine Day. They do good stuff. Not every volume, and not the JVB titles, but I have a dozen or more of their books and would pick up another dozen if I had the funds right now to do it.

They also published Albarelli's TERRIBLE MISTAKE book on Frank Olson, which is a tremendous achievement.

Whatever Albarelli's other accomplishments, I feel he was just getting started with his deep political research volumes and almost certainly had more in him. It's just very sad.

Mark, I'm not sure if your post indicates Kris Milligan is unwell, but if so I hope he gets better.

Agreed, Anthony, there ARE some good tomes at Trine Day (and Skyhorse), but as Dawn Meredith once said, "Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus".

That said, there are even some things Trump said that I actually agree with. But........... he's still a raving lunatic. Sort of like a stopped clock being right twice a day.

HP was a source for many other books (i.e., Mary's Mosaic), but were his sources clean? I agree that A TERRIBLE MISTAKE was his magnum opus. Just my opinion.

p.s.- I wasn't referring to Kris, I was referring to Ms. Baker and her begging for money from her acolytes. She blocked me from seeing her Facebook page, but others have been screenshotting and sharing her con game that's been going on as long as 'Dr. Mary's Monkey' has been. Her and Halsam got together (both from Bradenton, Florida) and cross-referenced each others' books, and the race was on. Sigh.

Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus??? (False in one, false in all). I have never said this about Trine Day. I have many of their books. (But everyone knows I am no fan of JVB).

My apologies, Dawn. I remember you quoting that somewhere here a good while ago, and it was not my intention to infer that you meant it re: Trine Day. Sorry.
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