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Magda Hassan
04-29-2011, 12:44 AM
LOS ANGELES – Convicted assassin Sirhan Sirhan was manipulated by a seductive girl in a mind control plot to shoot Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, and his bullets did not kill the presidential candidate, lawyers for Sirhan said in new legal papers.
The documents filed this week in federal court and obtained by The Associated Press detail extensive interviews with Sirhan during the past three years, some done while he was under hypnosis.
The papers point to a mysterious girl in a polka-dot dress as the controller who led Sirhan to fire a gun in the pantry of the Ambassador Hotel. But the documents suggest a second person shot and killed Kennedy while using Sirhan as a diversion.
For the first time, Sirhan said under hypnosis that on a cue from the girl he went into "range mode" believing he was at a firing range and seeing circles with targets in front of his eyes.
"I thought that I was at the range more than I was actually shooting at any person, let alone Bobby Kennedy," Sirhan was quoted as saying during interviews with Daniel Brown, a Harvard University professor and expert in trauma memory and hypnosis. He interviewed Sirhan for 60 hours with and without hypnosis, according to the legal brief.
Sandi Gibbons, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County district attorney, said prosecutors were unaware of the legal filing and could not comment.
The story of the girl has been a lingering theme in accounts of the events just after midnight on June 5, 1968, when Kennedy was gunned down in the hotel pantry after claiming victory in the California Democratic presidential primary.
Witnesses talked of seeing such a female running from the hotel shouting, "We shot Kennedy." But she was never identified, and amid the chaos of the scene, descriptions were conflicting.
Through the years, Sirhan has claimed no memory of shooting Kennedy and said in the recent interviews that his presence at the hotel was an accident, not a planned destination.
Under hypnosis, he remembered meeting the girl that night and becoming smitten with her. He said she led him to the pantry.
"I am trying to figure out how to hit on her.... That's all that I can think about," he says in one interview cited in the documents. "I was fascinated with her looks .... She never said much. It was very erotic. I was consumed by her. She was a seductress with an unspoken unavailability."
Brown was hired by Sirhan's lawyer William F. Pepper.
Pepper's associate, attorney Laurie Dusek, attended the interviews. and Brown said in the documents they both took verbatim notes because prison officials would not let them tape record nearly all the sessions.
Sirhan maintained in the hypnotic interviews that the mystery girl touched him or "pinched" him on the shoulder just before he fired then spun him around to see people coming through the pantry door.
"Then I was on the target range ... a flashback to the shooting range ... I didn't know that I had a gun," Sirhan said.
Under what Brown called the condition of hypnotic free recall, he said Sirhan remembered seeing the flash of a second gun at the time of the assassination. Without hypnosis, he said, Sirhan could not remember that shot.
Pepper, a New York lawyer with an international practice, previously tried to prove that James Earl Ray was not the assassin of Martin Luther King Jr.
The lawyer said he is convinced that Sirhan was a victim of a mind control project such as those used by the CIA in the 1960s. He is seeking an evidentiary hearing to exonerate Sirhan in Kennedy's killing.
Dusek said in an interview that Sirhan was hypnotized for perhaps 30 percent of the interviews, most of which had to be done through a glass partition with Brown talking to him on a phone.
Only when Sirhan was moved from the state prison at Corcoran to his current location at Pleasant Valley State Prison in Coalinga were they allowed face-to-face visits, she said, and a few of those were recorded.
Other portions of the motion allege suppression of ballistics evidence and the autopsy report, and claim ineffective assistance of counsel. It contends previous lawyers for Sirhan accepted from the start that he was the lone shooter, settled on a defense of diminished capacity and did not seek other avenues of defense.
During the trial, Sirhan tried to confess to killing Kennedy "with 20 years of malice aforethought," but the judge rejected the blurted statement.
A large portion of the new documents seek to prove the bullets that hit Kennedy came from a different direction than the spot where Sirhan was standing. The papers do not name any other possible shooter.
Sirhan was denied parole in March by a panel that said he had not shown sufficient remorse for the killing.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110428/ap_on_re_us/us_rfk_assassination

Dawn Meredith
04-30-2011, 01:06 PM
That would be wonderful if we got justice in this case. How the autopsy can be ignored has always amazed me. What a corrupt country this is.
Dawn

Magda Hassan
04-30-2011, 02:45 PM
http://members.fortunecity.com/wernerhoff/rfk1.html
An interesting web site where Wernerhoff puts forward an interesting case of the polka dot dressed girl as being Kathy Ainsworth an active (terrorist) member of White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan by night and a school teacher by day. According to her mother she had a role in the MLK assassination as well. Weeks after the RFK assassination she was killed by the FBI in a sting operation with her boyfriend Thomas Tarrants. He is also identified as possibly involved in the RFK assassination.

Jan Klimkowski
04-30-2011, 05:47 PM
I first learnt of "the girl in the polka dot dress" from John Judge many years ago - either his writings or spoken words.

This new testimony from Sirhan Sirhan is compelling. Intel assets, mockingbirds and MSM idiots will quickly dismiss it as "false memories" retrieved or implanted by "dodgy shrinks" using hypnosis, and therefore "unrelaible", and feeding the "fantasies" of "conspiracy theorists".

However, the truth is that Sirhan Sirhan was almost certainly a victim of narco-hypno-trauma programming, (perhaps conducted through Rosicrucian cutouts). Once Sirhan was imprisoned for the assassination of RFK, MK-ULTRA senior mechanic Louis Jolyon West visited him on several occasions. Given that Jolly was an expert in implanting false and screen memories, it is entirely likely that the purpose of West's prison visits was either to ensure that Sirhan's implanted screen memories were holding up and/or to create new false/screen memories.

The best way of getting beyond the garbage implanted in Sirhan's consciousness and retrieving his real memories probably involves an ethical shrink placing him in a hypnotic trance and trying to clear away the garbage. Judging by the article in the original post, this may have now been done by Sirhan's defence team - leading directly to the "polka dot girl" revelations.

But the big obstacle is the MK-ULTRA cover up organisation known as the False Memory Syndrome Foundation (FMSF) - stocked full of MK-ULTRA shrinks and paedophiles, but regarded as a scientific and legitimate body by the useless idiots of MSM.

I strongly suspect that the faux science of the FMSF will be used by intel assets, mockingbirds and MSM idiots to discredit this new testimony from Sirhan Sirhan.

For the truth about FMSF as an organisation whose purpose is to cover up the crimes against humanity of MK-ULTRA, see here (https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/showthread.php?122-False-Memory-Syndrome-Foundation&highlight=syndrome).

Peter Lemkin
04-30-2011, 06:59 PM
Joyland [Jolly] West, was the head of the Neuropsychiatric Dept at UCLA at the end of his life [last few decades]. At some of that time, I was a graduate student here and later living in Venice and Santa Monica [for those who know L.A.]. I wanted very much to interview West about S.S. and J. Ruby and others -and some programs many here know about....but was too well known to do so with him. I used a VERY knowledgeable [but not publicly known] cut-out to question West in his office in UCLA. It was not many weeks [if memory serves, 3-4] after my friend Jack Adriance interviewed West with my [and his own] questions, that Jack died of 'heart failure'. I was devastated. Jack was not young, but in extraordinary health for his age and the timing was more than suspicious. West was very hesitant to talk about much more than is publicly known [LSD-25 killing elephant, et al.], but we did get a few good nuggets.....at the cost, I fear, of Jack's life. :spy: I put this out for the record. I draw no definitive conclusions...you can draw your own.

R.I.P. Jack! I have yet to meet any other person who knew so much of Deep Politics and yet had no 'standard' home; only a bike, a highly 'non--standard' place to stay, and thousands of books on Deep Politics and history. Jack......a story and legend in his own right....I'll save for another time. Jack was NO FOOL, like those in power. He knew every dirty trick, black op and false-flag happening WWII until his death. I miss you Jack, and hope my mission for you didn't cause you harm.................

Peter Lemkin
04-30-2011, 07:14 PM
Interesting. Needs more attention. I have NO doubt that the woman in the polka-dot dress who was heard saying 'we killed him, we killed him' was Sirhan Sirhan's 'trigger' ,'guide', and perhaps more. The LAPD knew exactly who she was and worked very hard to NOT find her and and to torture those who claimed they had seen or heard her. Not much work has been done on her read identity. Of all the major assassinations the RFK is the easiest to solve, followed by MLK, followed by Malcolm-X, followed by JFK, followed by about a few hundred others........much work to do - or we wind up [soon.....less than a handful of fingers for years, IMHO] as a neo-fascist police state with 3rd Reich-like features in full play [they are in medium-play now].

Jan Klimkowski
04-30-2011, 08:32 PM
The presumed "girl in the polka dot dress", Kathy Ainsworth, was herself killed by police and FBI gunfire on June 30, 1968, whilst engaged on a Ku Klux Klan mission to dynamite the house of a leading Jewish businessman.

According to LaRouche's Executive Intelligence Review - an always interesting but not to be taken at face value source - Ainsworth was lured to her death as a result of collusion between the Anti-Defamation League and the KKK:

(Typos are as per the original):


One of the most shocking instances of racist violence
during the civil rights battles in the South of the U.S.
during the 1960s was the execution-style murders of
three civil rights workers in Philadelphia, Miss, in 1964.
The murders of Andrew Goodman, Robert Cheney and
Mitchell Schwerner sent shock waves across America
and the world, as many people began to realize for the
first time that the Confederacy, far from being dead, was
very much alive and very much committed to rolling
back the tide of equal rights for all races — at least in the
Deep South.

True to its historical roots in the Southern Jurisdic-
tion of the Scottish Rite Freemasonry and in the original
Confederate secessionist plot, the ADL — contrary to its
own published propaganda — lined up squarely with the
Klan where it counted the most: with its checkbook.

One particularly sordid instance of collusion be-
tween the ADL and the KKK came to light in a hail of
bullets on the night of June 30, 1968 in Meridian, Miss.,
outside the home of ADL official Meyer Davidson.

When the smoke cleared, a local schoolteacher
named Kathy Ainsworth lay dead, and a second man,



COLLUDINGWriHIERRORISTS 73

Thomas A. Tenants III, lay dying after being hit with
over 70 bullets fired by 22 local police and FBI agents.
Miraculously, Terrants survived the attack.

Terrants and Ains worth, both local Klan members,
had been set up. They went to Davidson's home that
night to plant a bomb on his doorstep, not knowing that
the leader of their own KKK chapter had betrayed them,
and that a small army of police and FBI sharpshooters
was waiting in the bushes to ambush them.

The entire affair had been staged by the ADL. The
agent provocateur inside the local KKK chapter who set
up Terrants and Ainsworth was one of the killers of
Goodman, Cheney and Schwerner. Alton Wayne Roberts
was out on bail awaiting his trial, along with six other
members of the White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, for
the Philadelphia, Miss, murders when, in the early spring
of 1968, he cut a deal with the ADL's regional director,
Adolph Botnick. The New Orleans-based Botnick had
been a longstanding friend of the late Guy Bannister, the
former FBI special agent implicated by District Attorney
Jim Garrison in the assassination of President John F.
Kennedy.

Botnick, with the blessings of Meridian-based FBI
Special Agent Frank Watts and Meridian police detective
Luke Scarborough, agreed to pay Alton Wayne Roberts
and his brother Raymond Roberts $69,000 to become
the League's paid agents provocateur. $25,000 in un-
marked twenty-dollar bills was hand-delivered from New
Orleans to the Roberts brothers just days before the
Ainsworth-Terrants ambush.

At the time the deal was struck, the White Knights,
led by the two Roberts brothers, had been on a nine-
month bombing spree. The brothers were prime sus-



74 COLLUDING WITH TERRORISTS

pects in ten separate acts of racist violence, in addition
to the Philadelphia murders. Three of these attacks were
directed against synagogues and Jewish leaders in Missis-
sippi.

The Roberts brothers, as per their deal with Botnick,
ordered two of their Klan underlings to deliver the bomb
to Davidson's home. They then tipped off the FBI and
the local police about the exact time the attack would
occur.

In return for their continuing services to the ADL
after the Davidson incident, the brothers were given slap
on the wrist sentences and placed in the FBI's witness
protection program. For his part in the Goodman,
Cheney and Schwerner murders, Alton Wayne Roberts
spent less than three years in jail.

The Meridian incident was classic ADL. The League
used the "racist attack" against Meyer Davidson as a scare
tactic fundraising ploy. The money they raised more than
covered the costs of buying up the two KKKers as their
permanent agents provocateur inside the Klan. The
League parlayed their financing of the Roberts brothers
into an ever-closer relationship with the FBI, which was
delighted to have the ADL finance and deploy two of the
Klan's most violent terrorists.

http://www.archive.org/stream/TheUglyTruthAboutTheAdl_217/The.Ugly.Truth.about.the.ADL_djvu.txt

Guy Banister?!? :hitball:

Kyle Burnett
05-01-2011, 02:12 AM
Jan, I've seen it said that West had contact with Sirhan quite a few times over my years, but I've yet to find any actual documentation of it. Can you point me in the right direction?

Albert Doyle
05-01-2011, 04:26 AM
Once you realize CIA used an Oswald double in the JFK Assassination the similarity between the Bulova executives and three major CIA players becomes less than coincidental. I think Shane O'Sullivan stumbled upon a real CIA operation but not in the way he first assumed. It is possible the three Bulova executives were other people however they were plausibly deniable doubles designed to cover the three CIA agents who looked like them. Those Bulova men could have been sent to the Ambassador hotel by Bulova under the guidance of CIA, however with no knowledge of what they were being used for. It is possible that any of the three, Johannides, Campbell, or Morales could have been in LA that night involved with the assassination. What the Bulova men were there for was just in case one of them got caught and needed to be switched-in. Knowing the use of doubles by CIA the whole purpose of those three executives could simply be as dopplegangers for those hot operatives.

Charles Drago
05-01-2011, 04:34 AM
A country dance was being held in the garden ...

In re Ainsworth as the girl in the polka dot dress: Welcome to Chauncy Holt country.

In re the Bulova execs as CIA look-alikes placed in the Ambassador Hotel "in case one of [the real CIA superstars] got caught and needed to be switched-in": utterly preposterous on about a dozen levels -- starting with the proposition that purely by coincidence there were two doppelgangers of meta-officers employed by the same company and ...

Magda Hassan
05-01-2011, 04:56 AM
Is it that the source of the Kathy Aisley lead for PDDW comes from Chauncey of that it is just implausible to you? It seems to bear out quite well in many respects. Not some thing I've looked into too much though. Any other thoughts on possible persons Charles?

Phil Dragoo
05-01-2011, 08:49 AM
Medical examiner Thomas Noguchi made it abundantly clear the three shots which hit Robert Kennedy were right-to-left, front-to-back, down-to-up, point-blank—a position never occupied by Sirhan.


Sirhan was seen in the company of the woman in the polka dot dress. Sandra Serrano was beaten down by Hernandez' polygraph badgering until the young woman wept and wilted.


Not so Don Shulman who saw a man emerge from behind the partition and fire three shots at Kennedy, a man not Cesar.


Pepper's use of a hypnotist is appropriate as Sirhan exhibited signs of hypnotic programming—and the dilated pupils and superhuman strength of perhaps a drug introduced in the coffee he craved which the woman in the polka dot dress provided.


He was merely a distraction, just as Oswald, just as Ray—who had no shot from that rooming house bathroom window until Memphis Sanitation cut down the foilage the following day.


Assassination by professionals in the shadows as the blatant patsy takes the fall, a formula for the 'sixties successful for the agency thriving on plausible denial.

Peter Lemkin
05-01-2011, 09:49 AM
Whoever the real identity of the 'Polka dot woman and her male accomplice', remember that they too may well have been mind controlled and programmed to control S.S. for this mission. Wheels within wheels. I'm not saying she was the schoolteacher who was killed, but doing away with unwanted witnesses does have a long and sad history.....

Magda Hassan
05-01-2011, 12:04 PM
2496
From Probe the May-June, 1998 issue (Vol. 5 No. 4)
http://itwasjohnson.impiousdigest.com/coup.htm
But it looks like Lisa Pease has the woman in the polka dot dress as being Shirin Khan.


So Who was the Girl in the Polka Dot Dress?
EXCERPT:
Sirhan and the RFK Assassination Part II: Rubrick's Cube

(I think this link is wrong but it is the one given on the other website above)

By Lisa Pease, (May-June 98 issue) Probe
The Girl Revealed?
A former New York Police Department detective named Sid Shepard, then working at CBS-TV in New York as Chris Borgen, happened upon Sander Vanocur?s 5:00 A.M. (Eastern time) interview of Sandy Serrano. He recalled a couple of people who seemed to fit the description of the polka dot dress girl. In fact, he had observed them at a protest demonstration in New York at the United Nations building which had been captured on 16mm film. He felt so strongly about the match that he put the film, along with a couple of blowups made from the film, onto a TWA flight for Martin Steadman of the WCBS-TV affiliate in Los Angeles. Steadman brought the film and two photos made to Rampart detectives L. J. Patterson and C. J. Hughes. These items were booked into evidence as items #69 and 70 in the evidence log for the case as follows:
#69 1 Film ? 16mm roll on gry plast reel
#70 1 Photo ? 8" x 10" of female (1) protest demo (taken from abv film)
Photo ? 3" x 4" of female "Shirin Khan" with writing on back "Shirin Khan DOB 4/22/50 daughter of Khaibar Khan Goodarzian, presented flowers & court order to Shah of Iran in NY 6/1964."
That Shepard/Borgen would identify Shirin Khan as a likely candidate for the girl was positively uncanny. He could hardly have known at that point that her father had reportedly been seen with Sirhan at Kennedy headquarters just two days before the assassination, and that some campaign workers had identified Khan as a suspicious person in the Kennedy camp.
Khaibar Khan at Kennedy Headquarters
Bernard Isackson, a Kennedy campaign volunteer, had been at the Ambassador in the Embassy room at the time of the shooting. His interview summary contains this interesting tidbit:

Mr. Isackson was asked if anything or anyone acted strange or out of place around the headquarters. He stated the only thing that stood out as being unusal [sic] was the actions and statements of Khaibar Khan (I216). He stated Khan would never fill out cards or write on anything from which the handwriting could be positively ID as Khan. He also stated to Mr. Isackson he was from Istanbul, Turkey and currently living in England. Mr. Isackson stated Khan was very overbearing when it came to the point of trying to impress someone.
Mr. Isackson recalled one incident when Khan asked one of the office girls if she had seen a [sic] unidentified volunteer, when the office girl started to page the volunteer Khan became very nervous and told the girl to never mind. Khan would often meet volunteers entering the headquarters and escort them to the information desk to register them as if they were personal friends of his; this was evidence[d] by many of them using his address and phone number.
Khan was from Iran, not Turkey, and had been living in New York before he came to Los Angeles. He filled out over 20 volunteer cards (present in the SUS files) with names of "friends", always using his own address as their contact information. For this, and a more sinister reason, Isackson was not the only one suspicious of Khan. Several campaign workers said they had seen him with Sirhan.
Eleanor Severson was a campaign worker for RFK. She told the LAPD that on May 30, 1968, a man named Khaibar Khan came into Headquarters to register for campaign work. Khan claimed to have come to California from back East to help the campaign. From that day, Khan came into Headquarters every day until the election. The Sunday before the election, June 2, he brought four other foreigners (of Middle Eastern extraction) in to work as volunteers. Severson and her husband both said that Sirhan was one of these men. She remembered this group in particular because while she was registering the men, Kennedy?s election day itinerary was taken from her desk. Her husband thought Sirhan may have taken it. Severson reported seeing Sirhan again early in the afternoon of June 3, standing near the coffee machine.
Larry Strick, another Kennedy worker, confirmed this account. He said he had spoken to Sirhan in the company of Khan. When Sirhan?s picture was finally shown on TV, he and Mrs. Severson called each other nearly at the same instant to talk about the fact that this was the man they both remembered from Headquarters. Strick positively ID?d Sirhan from photos as the same man he had seen on June 2nd to both the LAPD and the FBI in the days immediately following the assassination.
Estelle Sterns, yet another Kennedy volunteer, claimed to have seen Sirhan at Headquarters on Election Day itself. He was with three other men of Middle Eastern extraction and a female who was wearing a white coat or dress and who had dark hair that was nearly shoulder length. Sterns said Sirhan offered to buy her a cup of coffee (a typical Sirhan act), which Sterns declined. Sterns said that Sirhan and another of the men were carrying guns. The day after the assassination, Sterns claimed to have received a phone call from a man who sounded muffled, as though he was speaking through a towel, telling her "Under no circumstances give out any information to anybody as to the number of people or their activities at your desk on Tuesday."
The LAPD loved this. They "discredited" the whole Sirhan-at-headquarters sighting by focusing solely on Sterns? account. They even used Severson to discredit this story, although the LAPD buried Severson?s interview where she stated she too had seen Sirhan at Headquarters. The LAPD also claimed Strick had retracted his identification of Sirhan.
Surprisingly, Khan himself, as well as his "sister" (who was really his personal secretary/consort) Maryam Koucham both claimed they saw Sirhan at Headquarters. Khan claimed to have seen Sirhan standing in Headquarters on June 4th at around 5:00 p.m. in the company of a girl in a polka dot dress. The question is, did he really see a girl with Sirhan and was he trying to help, or was he instead helping to muddy the waters about a girl who may have been his own daughter? Khan also claimed to have seen Sirhan with the woman on June 3rd, the same day he brought his daughter Shirin Khan into headquarters. (On this day, he also met Walter Sheridan and Pierre Salinger at the Ambassador Hotel.) But did he bring his daughter Shirin into Headquarters, or his other daughter Rose, or some other woman, or no woman at all? Did he see a girl with Sirhan, or did Khan just say he did to deflect suspicion away from both himself and his daughter? How are we to know which statements of his are to be believed?
He refused to take a polygraph or to attend a showup to identify Sirhan more positively. He was illegally in the country, having overstayed his visa. He told the police he was on the run from the Shah of Iran?s goons. But Khan had previously had a working relationship with the Shah. Khan wasn?t using his real name, but was going by the alias of Goodarzian, as was his ex-wife and daughter Shirin. He had a prior arrest recorded with the LAPD (1/13/67), at which time he had been using the alias of Mohammad Ali. And when the LAPD checked the names of the volunteers whom he had registered under a single address, the LAPD stated that "Records show that none of these persons entered the U.S. between the period of June 1968 through December 1968."46 (http://www.ctka.net/pr598-rfk.html#46.) (As an aside, thirteen Iranians suspected of participating in a political assassination in 1990 came under suspicion when it was found that they had all listed the same personal address. The address in that case turned out to be an intelligence-ministry building.47 (http://www.ctka.net/pr598-rfk.html#47.))
The address Khan used belonged to Khan?s ex-wife and Shirin?s mother, Talat Khan. Talat had lived there with sons Mike and Todd and daughter "Sherry". (After the assassination, "Shirin Goodarzian" went by the name of "Sherry Khan".) Although housing three children and herself, according to the LAPD records Talat had no source of employment. Her son Mike was working as a manager at a small pizza outlet in Santa Monica. Her daughter Shirin showed two different places of employment for the same dates. She had only just graduated from University High and allegedly worked for either or both "University Ins. Co." and "Pacific Western Mtg. Co." in Los Angeles. Despite her working status, Sherry had no social security number.
Talat told the LAPD that she was divorced from Khan. She initially told them she did not know his whereabouts, but then was able to contact him to tell him the police wanted to talk to him. The LAPD recorded that Talat was not involved in politics. She may have been involved with Khan and Koucham in a bank fraud scheme in 1963, after having divorced Khan in 1961, but the evidence in that regard is far from clear.48 (http://www.ctka.net/pr598-rfk.html#48.) Khaibar Khan, Maryam Koucham and Talat Khan became political targets when Khaibar Khan brought some astounding information to the attention of Senator McClellan?s Committee on Government Operations in May of 1963. Khan had accused several prominent Americans, including David Rockefeller and Allen Dulles, of receiving payoff money from the Shah of Iran from funds received through an American aid program. In short, Khan was no ordinary Iranian. He was master over a powerful intelligence network that had worked for and against the Shah of Iran at various points in time.
Khaibar Khan?s father had been executed by the Shah when he was only a boy of eight. Khan might have been killed as well, but a British couple named Smiley, who worked for oil interests, had taken pity on him and removed him from the country. Khan was educated in Scotland, and in 1944 joined British military intelligence. In 1948 his Iranian title was restored, and he ran a fleet of taxicabs, trucks and operated a repair shop. He also worked for the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company and maintained ties with British and American missions there. Fred Cook, who wrote about Khan?s life in detail in The Nation (4/12/65 & 5/24/65), dropped this interesting piece of information:

The Khaibar Khan?s role in the counter-coup that toppled Mossadegh is not quite clear, but indications are that he helped.

Was Khan working with the CIA in that operation?
Despite the Shah?s role in his father?s death, Khan and the Shah became friends. The Shah even provided Khan a villa on the palace grounds. Their friendship took a turn for the worse, however, when Khan wanted to use some of the plentiful American foreign aid coming into the country for a sports arena. The Shah and his family, however, had other plans for the land and the money, leading to a falling out between Khan and the Shah. One day, the Shah discovered that Khan?s large and lavishly equipped Cadillac El Dorado was wiretapped to the hilt, and realized that he had a major spy in his midst. Khan was warned of the Shah?s discovery, and fled the country. But Khan had spent years building up a powerful spy network. As Khan later told the Supreme Court:

...we put engineers, doctors, gardeners and as servants and as storemen; all educated people working in several different places. And we put a lot of secretaries; a lot of people who was educated in England. And we put them as secretaries.
Through this network, Khan noticed something interesting. Some $7 million of the sports arena?s funds had been redirected to the Pahlavi Foundation, the Shah?s family?s personal fund. He directed his spies to find out where the money was going, to whom and what for. What his agents found was rather astonishing, and led to a most peculiar congressional investigation. He found that just days before the Shah was to have an audience with President Kennedy in the U.S., six and seven figure checks had been cut from the Pahlavi Foundation account to a number of prominent and influential Americans. Kennedy had no great love for the Shah or his operations, and was not planning on granting the largesse the Shah was seeking. Was the Shah feathering the nest before his arrival by spreading money around? Khan?s agents photocopied a batch of checks from the Shah?s safe. The checks included payments to the following:

Allen Dallas [sic]: $1,000,000
Henry Luce: $500,000
David Rockefeller: $2,000,000
Mrs. Loy Henderson: $1,000,000
George V. Allen: $1,000,000
Seldin Chapin: $1,000,000
Henderson, Allen and Chapin had all served at some point as Ambassador to Iran, a role Richard Helms would later play when removed from the CIA by Richard Nixon. (Richard Helms, by the way, had been a childhood friend of the Shah; they had attended the same Swiss school in their youth.) David Rockefeller, Allen Dulles and Henry Luce had contributed to Mossadegh?s overthrow, an effort double-headed by the CIA and British intelligence. The Shah?s family members also received checks ranging from six to eight figures in length, the highest being a $15,000,000 check paid to Princess Farah Pahlavi. Princess Ashraf, the Shah?s twin sister, came in second at $3,000,000. High level British officials were also on the list.
Needless to say, when this news was given to Congress, the earth began to rumble. According to Cook:

The Khaibar Khan?s disclosures [of May and June, 1963] were called to the attention of President Lyndon B. Johnson in late December by one of the President?s closest advisers, Washington attorney Abe Fortas. Since then, there have been these seemingly significant developments: the American Ambassador to Iran has been relieved of his duties; the Iranian Ambassador in Washington has been recalled?and for the past year there has been a stoppage on all economic (i.e. non-military) aid to Iran....49 (http://www.ctka.net/pr598-rfk.html#49.)
From the look of it, it appeared Khan?s revelations were being taken seriously. Khan?s credibility was enhanced when a secret Treasury report provided solely to McClellan?s committee was photocopied from within the Iranian embassy and given to Khan, who showed the copy to the committee. His copy proved that 1) someone on McClellan?s committee was providing information to the Iranian embassy, and 2) Khan had agents so sensitively placed within the embassy as to be able to intercept this highly sensitive information. Khan?s credibility became something that needed to be destroyed at all costs. Who in Congress dared accuse David Rockefeller, Henry Luce and Allen Dulles of receiving payoffs from a foreign government? Someone had to be taken down, and the spotlight focused on Khan. An attempt was made to physically assault Khan, but the attempt was performed in a public arena and was quickly stopped. A more violent attack was made upon Maryam Koucham in an effort to scare her into revealing Khan?s sources within the Embassy.
The publication of Cook?s article about these events in The Nation seems to have been the impetus for a sudden and furious turnaround from McClellan?s committee. After two years of pursuing evidence of what the committee had termed "gross corruption" in the use of American aid money to Iran, the committee suddenly launched an all-out assault on Khan. McClellan suddenly surfaced a letter (dated a year earlier) from the bank in Geneva from which the records of payoffs had surfaced. The letter from the bank managers stated that the records Khan had submitted were false, citing typeface difference, differing account number systems and so forth. But were this true, why did McClellan?s committee continue to investigate Khan?s allegations for a full year? Clearly the committee knew no one would buy the letter, at least at that point. But once Cook made the issue public, then anything had to be used, no matter how ill-supported, to discredit Khan. It was at this point that Khan, his ex-wife and Koucham were accused of bank fraud.
What had started as Khan?s crusade to regain money that was to be used for Iran turned into an ugly, losing battle. Khan was a very resourceful man, and knew how to play on a winning team. It seems highly unlikely that he continued forever his fight against the Shah, and more likely that he gave in to the old adage of "if you can?t beat ?em, join ?em." And a man with Khan?s sources could not be allowed to become an enemy of American intelligence. He had too powerful a network. One can?t help but wonder if the CIA took an interest in protecting the actions of their own (Dulles, Rockefeller, the Shah et. al.) while using Khan for their own purposes.
Khan appeared out of the blue at RFK Headquarters, was seen with Sirhan, lied about his background, raised suspicion by his secretiveness, and may have fathered the girl in the polka dot dress. But perhaps his most suspicious act was giving a ride on election night to a man who was arrested while running out of the pantry immediately after the shots had been fired: Michael Wayne.
Michael Wayne

Mr. Wayne was in the kitchen when Kennedy was shot, and was the subject of reports by Patti Nelson, Tom Klein and Dennis Weaver of a man running through the lobby with a long object in his hand, which appeared to be a rifle.? SUS supplement to Wayne?s interview (I-1096)
Michael Wayne, whose real name was Wien, was a twenty-one year old from England who the LAPD wrote "professes to be of Jewish background, but not from the mid-east."50 (http://www.ctka.net/pr598-rfk.html#50.) Wayne worked at the Pickwick Bookstore on Sunset Boulevard. Wayne had gained entry to the pantry by obtaining a press button, and even managed to get into Kennedy?s suite on the 5th floor. When Kennedy went down to the Embassy room to make his speech, Wayne followed. He was loitering in the kitchen, was asked to leave, and returned shortly before the shooting took place. Cryptic references in the extant files on Wayne seem to indicate that Wayne made some comment indicating foreknowledge of the assassination to a man in the electrician?s booth shortly before the shooting. In fact, the first question on the proposed list of questions to be asked of Wayne under a polygraph was this:

Did you have prior knowledge that there might be an attempt on Senator Kennedy?s life?
Curiously, that question does not appear on the actual list of questions asked.51 (http://www.ctka.net/pr598-rfk.html#51.)
Right after the shots were fired, Wayne, who bore a resemblance to Sirhan, although taller and with sideburns, ran out of the East end of the Pantry and then out through the Embassy room. William Singer described this event to the LAPD:

I was in the lobby of the Ambassador Hotel right next to the ballroom. Senator Kennedy had just walked away from the podium after his victory speech. Several moments before the commotion started a man came running and pushing his way out of the ballroom past where I was standing. I would describe this man as having Hebrew or some type mid-eastern features, he was approx 18/22 5-10 thin face, slim, drk swtr or jkt, drk slacks, no tie, firy [sic] neat in appearance, nice teeth, curly arab or hebrew type hair. He may have been wearing glasses, I?m not sure. I can ID him. He isn?t one of the men in the pictures you showed me (Saidallah B. Sirhan or Sirhan Sirhan) this man was in a big hurry and was saying, "Pardon me Please" as he pushed his way out of the crowded ballroom. He was carrying a rolled piece of cardboard, maybe a placard. This placard was approx 1? yards long and 4-6" in diameter. I think I saw something black inside. Just as he got pst [sic] me I heard screaming and shouting and I knew something bad had happened. Two men were shouting to "Stop that man." these two men were chasing the first man. I don?t know if they caught him.52 (http://www.ctka.net/pr598-rfk.html#52.)
Gregory Ross Clayton also reported this incident to the LAPD, adding that it was a newsman who yelled "Stop him." Clayton then tackled the man and held him while a hotel security guard handcuffed and removed the man. Clayton reported having seen this man standing with a girl and three other men, one of which resembled Sirhan, earlier that night at the hotel.53 (http://www.ctka.net/pr598-rfk.html#53.) Clayton identified Michael Wayne as the man he had seen. The LAPD confirmed that Ace Security guard Augustus Mallard had arrested and handcuffed Wayne because of his suspicious behavior running from the scene of the shooting.
The press man was evidently Steve Fontanini, a photographer for the Los Angeles Times. Thinking Wayne was a suspect, he ran after him. Fontanini didn?t buy Wayne?s explanation that he was running to a telephone because he was running out of the press room (adjacent to the pantry), a room full of phones. That fact bothered neither the LAPD nor Robert Kaiser, who accepted Wayne?s explanation as the truth.
Joseph Thomas Klein, Patti Nelson and Dennis Weaver had seen Wayne run by with something rolled up in his hand. Klein originally described the roll as larger at one end than at the other. Weaver remembered Patti had yelled "He?s got a gun," although Weaver did not see a gun. Weaver said he only saw Wayne for several seconds. A month later, when questioned again, the LAPD recorded the following interesting comments, begging the question of what had given rise to them:

The man was carrying a blue poster, rolled up in his left hand. It could have been a cardboard tube, or rolled up posters. Mr. Weaver states he had a clear view of the object and states that there was no gun sticking out of the roll.
This investigator questioned Mr. Weaver additionally concerning the object being carried by the man crossing the lobby. Weaver states he is absolutely sure there was no gun protruding from the object. He states the object was blue, but was not wood colored at the one end, or even resembling a gun stock.
Patti Nelson?s interview appears to no longer exist. Joseph Klein?s, however, contained the interesting notation:

Klein states that as he pursued Wayne, he passed Nelson and Weaver and said, to them; "my God, he had a gun, and we let him get by." (Klein states this is the first time since the incident he can recall making the statement.)
What happened after Wayne was arrested and handcuffed by Ace Security Guard Mallard is unclear, and troubling. An LAPD supplemental report to Michael Wayne?s interview states:

This investigator received information that the business card of Keith Duane Gilbert was in the possession of Wayne, at the time of his apprehension after Sen. Kennedy was shot. Gilbert is reported to be an extremist and militant who has been involved in a dynamite theft, previously.
Wayne, however, denied any knowledge of Gilbert, and did not remember ever having his card. But in the SUS files, yet another problem cropped up. Gilbert?s file, when checked, contained a business card as well. The card belonged to Michael Wayne.
Sgt. Manual Gutierrez of SUS spent a great deal of time trying to find out whether there was some sinister association between Wayne and Gilbert, a radical Minuteman activist. Gutierrez did not believe Wayne?s denials of a relationship, and ultimately pushed to have Wayne polygraphed. Unfortunately, the polygraph was operated by Hernandez, whose record of truth in this case is so poor as to make his tests worthless. Not surprisingly, Hernandez determined Wayne was "truthful" about not knowing Gilbert. Gutierrez, a fitness buff, died in 1972 at the young age of forty. Turner and Christian wrote, "It was said that he [Gutierrez] had privately voiced doubts about the police conclusion [that Sirhan alone had killed Kennedy]." SUS ended up claiming that that the Michael Wayne card in Gilbert?s file referred to a different Michael Wayne. They never did explain the reverse possession.
Wayne is an interesting person. He was seen in a group that allegedly included Sirhan. He obtained a ride from the suspicious Khaibar Khan. A couple of people thought he had a gun as he ran out of the pantry. And he was apprehended by a guard from the service that employed one of the most famous alternate suspects in this case, Thane Eugene Cesar.

Jan Klimkowski
05-01-2011, 12:51 PM
Jan, I've seen it said that West had contact with Sirhan quite a few times over my years, but I've yet to find any actual documentation of it. Can you point me in the right direction?

Kyle - it's a fair question. Louis Jolyon West's visits to Sirhan Sirhan are frequently cited, so I've just reread Walter Bowart's intriguing chapter on the matter in the samizdat second edition of his Operation Mind Control. Bowart doesn't mention West as one of the shrinks there, but does give a much fuller account of the hypnosis sessions conducted by Dr Bernard L Diamond, also of UCLA.

West's prison visits to Jack Ruby and Patty "Tanya" Hearst are much better documented than any interactions with Sirhan Sirhan. If anyone can find a source - eg a contemporaneous newspaper account - that would be a valuable find.

There are claims on the internet that Diamond was also MK-ULTRA. Although his hypnotic sessions with Sirhan are provocative, I've yet to see any MK-ULTRA documentation naming Diamond.

That West was an MK-ULTRA mechanic is clear and demonstrated. I've posted excerpts from MK-ULTRA sub-project work by West elsewhere on DPF.

Eg from here (https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/showthread.php?122-False-Memory-Syndrome-Foundation&highlight=jolly):



For instance, Dr Louis Jolyon West was the Top Secret Contractor for MK-ULTRA Sub-project 43: "Studies of dissociated states" (1956).

The first page is stamped: "WARNING NOTICE: SENSITIVE INTELLIGENCE SOURCES AND METHODS INVOLVED". The first page includes the following words written by West:


"The literature concerning clinical entities ordinarily considered to constitute the dissociative reactions is fairly well limited to case-studies of patients with fugues, amnesia, somnambulisms, and multiple personalities.

"Unpublished studies by the writer have led him to a greatly expanded concept of dissociation. Dissociative phenomena are found in everyday life. Such manifestations include "highway hypnosis", states of "fascination" in flyers, hypnagogic and phantasy hallucinations, transient anaesthesias, and many other examples. These reactions have many features in common with a variety of clinical disorders including "sleep paralysis", trance states, Gilles de la Tourette's disease, latah, "Arctic hysteria", and a number of other disturbances in addition to the well-known dissociative reactions of the text-books.

"There is considerable experimental evidence pointing to the significant role played by dissociative mechanisms in the production of the various phenomena of hypnosis. In fact, hypnosis may be considered a pure-culture, laboratory controlled dissociative reaction. Of the entire phenomenology of the various states described above, there is not one single manifestation which cannot be produced experimentally in the hypnotic subject. Thus, through the use of hypnosis as a laboratory device, the dissociative mechanisms can be studied with a high degree of objectivity."

(quoted on p107, Ross, "The CIA Doctors")

One can guess at what MK-ULTRA doctor, West, is referring to by his "unpublished studies". It is also revealing that West states emphatically, in 1956, that "of the entire phenomenology of the various states described above, there is not one single manifestation which cannot be produced experimentally in the hypnotic subject".

Charles Drago
05-01-2011, 02:30 PM
Is it that the source of the Kathy Aisley lead for PDDW comes from Chauncey of that it is just implausible to you? It seems to bear out quite well in many respects. Not some thing I've looked into too much though. Any other thoughts on possible persons Charles?

You've misread me, Magda.

I neither stated nor implied that Holt was the "source" of the lead. Rather, I was indicating that, much as is the case in the JFK hit, we shall see multiple IDs of RFK conspirators that trace back to false sponsors.

And that answers your second question.

Jan Klimkowski
05-01-2011, 02:39 PM
I neither stated nor implied that Holt was the "source" of the lead. Rather, I was indicating that, much as is the case in the JFK hit, we shall see multiple IDs of RFK conspirators that trace back to false sponsors.



The "girl in the polka dot dress" may be an act of deliberate distraction, or it may be evidence leading to a mechanic and part of the actual MO for the RFK hit.

If the "girl in the polka dot dress" was genuinely part of the machinery used to lure Sirhan to the location, and possibly to trigger him, then her identity would be of great interest. Following such mechanical evidence may lead to genuine or false sponsors.

Both candidates named in this thread as being "the girl in the polka dot dress" are intriguing.

Charles Drago
05-01-2011, 02:41 PM
P.S.

The Khan business first emerged from the late, historic -- as opposed to the latent, hysterical -- Robert Morrow, who linked the RFK assassin to the Shah's secret police.

And while talk of a so-called camera gun was rampant at that time, let's not overlook what for me is a more likely, if equally bizarre, weapon: the sleeve gun.

In point of fact, I personally was told of the sleeve gun scenario by a Grand Wizard of Kennedy Assassination Disinformation.

The game is afoot-and-a-half.

Albert Doyle
05-01-2011, 04:57 PM
In re the Bulova execs as CIA look-alikes placed in the Ambassador Hotel "in case one of [the real CIA superstars] got caught and needed to be switched-in": utterly preposterous on about a dozen levels -- starting with the proposition that purely by coincidence there were two doppelgangers of meta-officers employed by the same company and ...


I don't understand what you are saying? The whole idea expressed in my post was that the dopplegangers were deliberately created within the military-allied Bulova Corporation exactly because they could be sent to the locations of covert operations and used as a means of explaining potential identifications of the real covert operators. Once you understand CIA used this practice in the JFK Assassination the likelihood it was a regular practice used throughout their operations increases. I think it should be clear that the chances that 3 executives were close enough look-alikes to 3 main CIA players that close associates would confuse them is statistically above the odds of chance. Therefore it should have been obvious from the post that this wasn't being called a "coincidence" but the exact opposite. In light of this I thank you for your strong agreement.

Charles Drago
05-01-2011, 06:51 PM
How are doppelgangers "created" -- within a "military-allied" corporation or anywhere else?

How would the doppelganger "creators" choose the agents to be "look-liked" sufficiently early in their careers so as to anticipate future significant roles and mount doppelganger operations, find physical twins in the world, train them to assume high-level posts in corporations, place them ...

One you understand the nature of doppelganger operations throughout the histories of intel and warfare -- and, for that matter, the literary and dramatic functions of "twins" going back to the Greeks -- you'll have as hearty a laugh at your previous post as have I.

Which doesn't even begin to call into question the motives behind the IDs of the Ambassador "officers."

Sheer lunacy!

Kyle Burnett
05-01-2011, 07:14 PM
[QUOTE=Kyle Burnett;37956]
That West was an MK-ULTRA mechanic is clear and demonstrated.
Yeah, that's why I'd love to see evidence that had interaction with Sirhan, but having been unable to find anything of the sort, I'm left to suspect it's just a myth which arose through confusion over other psychiatrists who did. Anyway, I thank you for mentioning Operation Mind Control (http://www.whale.to/b/Operation_Mind_Control_-_Walter_Bowart.pdf), as that looks to be an interesting read. Also, having searched it, I notice it doesn't mention of Dr. Seymour Pollack's interaction with Sirhan, some recording of which can be heard starting around 37:40 into the full version of Evidence of Revision Part 5 (http://www.archive.org/details/Evidence_of_Revision_5) (most copies of the documentary I've found are missing about 20 minutes, but the one I linked to has it).

Jan Klimkowski
05-01-2011, 07:33 PM
That West was an MK-ULTRA mechanic is clear and demonstrated.
Yeah, that's why I'd love to see evidence that had interaction with Sirhan, but having been unable to find anything of the sort, I'm left to suspect it's just a myth which arose through confusion over other psychiatrists who did. Anyway, I thank you for mentioning Operation Mind Control (http://www.whale.to/b/Operation_Mind_Control_-_Walter_Bowart.pdf), as that looks to be an interesting read. Also, having searched it, I notice it doesn't mention of Dr. Seymour Pollack's interaction with Sirhan, some recording of which can be heard starting around 37:40 into the full version of Evidence of Revision Part 5 (http://www.archive.org/details/Evidence_of_Revision_5) (most copies of the documentary I've found are missing about 20 minutes, but the one I linked to has it).

Kyle - I couldn't open your link to Bowart's Operation Mind Control - is it the first (print) edition, or the second (samizdat) edition?

Regarding Pollack, Dr Colin Ross writes in "The CIA Doctors":


The prosecution witnesses included Dr Seymour Pollack. He did his psychiatry training at the New York Psychiatric Institute, where Harold Blauer was killed with an injection of US Army mescaline in 1953. Dr Pollack recommended at trial that Sirhan be sent to the medical facility at Vacaville State Prison, where drug research was conducted under MK SEARCH subproject 3, and where Donald DeFreeze was contacted by Colston Westbrook. MK SEARCH ran from 1964 to 1972, the time period of the Sirhan trial and DeFreeze's imprisonment at Vacaville.

In fact, DeFreeze was transformed into "Cinque", the leader of the Symbionese Liberation Army, at Vacaville's Phoenix-Program-in-America operation.

There's a lot of material on this here at DPF.

Meanwhile, below is an excerpt from an interview with Mae Brussell (MB):


SC: Where does Donald DeFreeze fit into the Hearst conspiracy?
MB: De Freeze was selected as a patsy several years ago, by the Los Angeles Police Department. He had a long police record of arrests: for stealing 200 guns, for shooting a policeman, and for allegedly making bombs. He never seemed to get put in jail for these crimes. The L.A.P.D. had enough on him to keep him in jail for the rest of his life, if they wanted to. I refer to such men, who have records or are let out on parole, but who are completely at the mercy of the police department as "yo-yos," because they are kept on a string and can be pulled back into jail at any time.
Somebody in law enforcement finally decided to "use" Donald DeFreeze. He was convicted on various charges in 1969, and sent to Vacaville prison on a 6-to14-year sentence.
Donald DeFreeze received extensive psychological testing. He comes from a broken home, has been on the street since he was thirteen, and is divorced. He is highly intelligent; he understands law, and represented himself in court. The L.A.P.D. reports describe him as "a man who lacks an identity."
The criminal conspiracy section of the L.A.P.D., described by Louis Tackwood in his book, "The Glass House Tapes," sent DeFreeze to the California Medical Facility, at Vacaville, which is famous for its behavior modification programs.
Since DeFreeze had been certified by the L.A.P.D. as a man who "had no identity of his own," the behavior modification people at Vacaville decided to give him one. They profiled him after Ruchell Magee, a student of law, a black man who is serving time at San Quentin prison. DeFreeze took the name of "Cinque," a black slave leader, which was also Magee's chosen name for himself.
SC: How would you go about giving a black man a new identity in the California prison system in 1969?
MB: A "Black Cultural Association" (BCA) was formally recognized" by prison officials at Vacaville in 1969, when "tutors" from the community were allowed to come into the program. Various newspaper articles state that the purpose of the "tutors" was "to help inmates with academic subjects--and to introduce new subjects, dealing with black culture, such as black and African history." The "tutors" from the outside community were to help black inmates "understand themselves" and prepare for outside relationships when they were released.
DeFreeze, sent to Vacaviille on a 6-to-14-year sentence, and an important member of the new Black Cultural Association, was hardly thinking about, or eligible for, parole. After his conviction on charges of stealing weapons and shooting a policeman, there is no possible way that DeFreeze would be encouraged or permitted to get revolutionary training while in the California prison system.
In those days, Chief Warden Nelson at San Quentin was saying, "No one can shake hands with a man who has his fist clenched over his head."
And Raymond Procunier, Director of the California State Department of Corrections, proudly announced, "If we've got a group out preaching revolution, and we think it's dangerous, we lock them up."
Why would the California prison system, hell-bent on murdering all radicals and creating conspiracies to separate and segregate potential leaders, begin teaching Maoist doctrine and revolutionary ideas to a new recruit, in Vacaville, of all places? And why bend DeFreeze's and Thero Wheeler's ears with talk about Dr. Marcus Foster, the evil black school superintendent in Oakland, when DeFreeze and Wheeler were not eligible for parole for many years?
Since 1961, J. Edgar Hoover had been sending memos to all the top FBI leaders around the country, ordering them to disrupt any potential racial movements, and to prevent the emergence of a black Messiah who would be able to unite his people.
SC: What kind of tutors would be instructing prisoners in radical politics?
MB: White racists--what other kind? Who are Remiro and Little? Who is "Willie the Wolfe"? Who is Colston Westbrook, the black man who headed the Black Cultural Association at Vacaville? DeFreeze, also known as "Cinque," described Wesbrook, his co-worker and teacher, as "a member of the C.I.A. intelligence, and part of the deadly Phoenix program in Vietnam." The similarities between the terrorization going on in Asia and what is now happening in the San Francisco Bay area are too striking to take this charge lightly. William Colby, now Chief of C.I.A. operations in the United States, formerly headed the Phoenix program in Vietnam. We can expect the planned terrorization of the U.S. population to escalate rapidly.
Westbrook was mistrusted by even the straight press when he met them for an interview. He served seven years in the military: three in the Army, and four in the Air force, including four years in Korea. He told the Daily Californian that in 1965, he went to the American Embassy in Tokyo to "try to get some veterans benefits," and was offered "ten grand to go to Vietnam." He spent five years in Vietnam and Cambodia, "doing all sorts of things." When one reporter asked him exactly what he did in Vietnam, he said, "I was working on contracts for an architectural firm."
The Watergate exposures documented how Miami architects were offered huge amounts of money, all from the C.I.A., to come from the White House, in exchange for crucial plans of room structures, and particularly air conditioning vents, related to the rooms where the 1972 nominations would take place. Governments can be overthrown and regimes toppled if palace entrances are known and sealed off. There are other advantages, from a military point of view, including knowing architectural entrances and exits to buildings, i.e., Robert Kennedy's walk through the kitchen pantry at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles.
Westbrook said he had a "personal line of communication with the Premier of Cambodia." Donald DeFreeze and Thero Wheeler, black prisoners, must have been proud of their elite instructor, who chose to visit them every week, twice a week, for two years.
"Newsmen present were puzzled by Westbrook. Some thought it was just an ego trip. Others went away with all sorts of uncomfortable suspicions."

Enter Claude Kirk
Willie Wolfe came from Pennsylvania in 1971, but was not known to have any interest in blacks before he went west. Russell Little and Robyn Steiner migrated to Berkeley in the fall of 1972, from Florida. Watergate didn't begin to expose the extent of espionage operations from that state. Florida's former governor, Claude Kirk, ran a campaign a few years ago from Miami, which included threats to "break the University of California."
The day after Ronald Reagan and Claude Kirk were elected Governors of the two states, they met for lunch in Los Angeles. On the following day, Clark Kerr, President of the then-outstanding University of California, was fired, with absolutely no notice, and no severance pay.
Kirk was also the first Governor in the United States to hire a private police force. He used the same Wackenhut group whose contracts have increased following the Hearst kidnapping. A spokesman for the Wackenhut Corporation said that thirty-eight requests for information about protection had been received in a 24-hour period, as of February 25.
In Lauderhill, Florida, on February 22, as a result of the kidnapping of Reg Murphy in Atlanta, Georgia, "uniformed police and armed members of the Lauderhill Police Department walked with several golfers in the Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic." Plainclothes policemen were also reported circulating in the galleries at the golf tournament.
George Wachenhut, head of the Wackenhut Corporation, put it so well: "Those days of the open, relaxed American way of life are over."
SC: Is that what the Patricia Hearst kidnapping is all about?
MB: Exactly. There was a mass migration of at least eight out-of-state people to Berkeley. Emily and Bill Harris, college graduates, migrated to Berkeley from Indiana, in the fall of 1972. Angela and Gary Atwood also migrated to Berkeley from Indiana at the same time. California prisons were exploding with racial violence and imported provocateurs. Why were out-of-state agents allowed to stir up more trouble? What social and political background did these people have to enter the prisons? What were their qualifications? What were their motives? All these white "migratory birds" were involved in helping DeFreeze get his black education." After the kidnapping of Patricia Hearst, they split, leaving homes and jobs, and have not been seen since. Incredible -- and impossible -- and identical to all previous conspiracies I have studied. They suddenly cropped up in the California prisons; they all lived near each other; and after their assignment was over, they simply melted back into the woodwork, going on to other cities, other jobs, other schools. The media said they "vanished."
This reminds me of another white "do-gooder" who was involved in the untimely and tragic death of prisoner George Jackson at San Quentin. Stephen Bingham provided the excuse for what was to be a big shoot-out, following his visit with Jackson. Bingham was last seen, after leaving San Quentin, visiting with his uncle, Woodridge Bingham....who served in the U.S. Navy, with Naval Intelligence, and the O.S.S. (Office of Strategic Services), the forerunner of the C.I.A., from 1943-1945. Were there military connections behind the long imprisonment of the victims of this conspiracy? Louis Tackwood, in "The Glass House Tapes," tells of the role of the L.A.P.D., military, and law enforcement agencies in prison conspiracies.
Now, a few years after George Jackson's death, the military and the Department of Corrections are once more bringing in white people, under the guise of friendship. When they all go back to where they came from, minority and other prisoners are left with the painful loss of the few privileges they had.
While in prison, Donald DeFreeze was told he could become a hero to the poor, oppressed minorities. He was surrounded by military intelligence.
When Jack Ruby was arrested in Dallas, Texas, following the murder Lee Harvey Oswald, a document was found on the seat of his car. It was a pitch on "heroism," written by Warren Carroll of the C.I.A., for H.L. Hunt's Dallas radio program, "Lifeline."
Around the time that Kennedy died in Dallas, Jack Ruby had been in the company of two known hypnotists. One of them was CIA agent David Ferrie, from New Orleans. The other was Billie Del Mar, who was then entertaining in Jack Ruby's Carousel Club. Del Mar fled from Dallas the day of the Kennedy assassination, and was never called to testify before the Warren Commission. With the help of Carroll's script on heroism, Ruby could believe that by killing Oswald, he was performing a heroic act. His explanation was, "I wanted to show them that a Jew had guts." It seems Ruby was performing for genuine anti-semites. He obviously wanted their approval.
SC: Are mind control, psychosurgery, or hypnotism used in political assassinations and conspiracies?
MB: The extent and scope of these methods of ordering behavior and erasing memory, following these acts of murder, has to be exposed. You can erase the memory of a murder from a person's mind through hypnosis. You can also implant the conviction that a man has committed a murder, when in fact, he has not.
This happened in the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, where it was suggested to Sirhan Sirhan, by his psychiatrist, how he killed Robert Kennedy. Evidence exists to disprove this theory.
It is vital that we scrutinize what sort of "treatment" is going on in our hospitals and prisons. If the "King Alfred" and "Heliotrope" plans are to be put into effect, they require secrecy. Including the prison system in the race-war kidnapping script provides an excuse to keep "outside visitors" out of the prison system. The official excuse will be that they are causing violence inside the prison, or that violence from inside the prison is "spilling out on the streets." Through the planned use of selected provocateurs, the Department of Corrections can now screen prisoners' mail, visitors, media interviews, and accessibility to medical records.
SC: DeFreeze and Wheeler both escaped from California prisons within a short time of each other. That seemed a little peculiar to me. Do you find any similarities between the prison escapes of DeFreeze, Wheeler, and James Earl Ray?

a staged escape
MB: After two years of heavy programming, DeFreeze's mentors at Vacaville apparently decided that he was ready for the next step in the script: his "escape." DeFreeze was transferred from Vacaville to Soledad Prison, near Salinas, California, in December, 1973. Four months later, in March, 1974, DeFreeze "escaped" from Soledad. But using the word "escape" is misleading; the facts are, that DeFreeze was placed in a situation at Soledad where all he had to do was walk away from the prison.
DeFreeze's escape from Soledad parallels James Earl Ray's "escape" from the Missouri penitentiary. Eighteen months later, Ray became the alleged assassin of Martin Luther King. Ray was a patsy too. Now Ray seems to want to tell the truth about the assassination of Martin Luther King, and one of the things he said, in a recent press conference, was, "Ask them how I got out of jail."
A prisoner from Soledad has stated, "While Donald DeFreeze was here, I had a few conversations with him. I have always questioned his departure as being a simple walk-away. I didn't come in contact with him personally until his last couple of weeks here. There weren't many who would associate with him. He tried to give the impression of being super-cool, and he came across as cold. When I met him, he was working in the maintenance shop. I asked him if he was happy on his job, because if not, I might be able to find him something else. He replied that within a few days he was going to be assigned to work in the boiler room at the South Facility.
"On his first night, he was dropped off at midnight, and given a few instructions. His job was automatic; it only required an overseer. Then he was left to himself, and when an officer returned an hour later to check on him, he was gone."
SC: First night on the job.
MB: He went right over the fence, and a change of clothing was provided by a still anonymous friend. I might add that most of the residents around Soledad are families of prison guards. They are not noted for giving changes of clothing to black convicts who come to their doors between midnight and 1:00 a.m. A car gave him a lift to the Bay area. Another convenience: Amanda de Normanville, who reportedly visited DeFreeze at Vacaville, "was suspected of giving him refuge after he escaped from Soledad."
An intelligent man escapes from prison. Ordinarily, he would assume that the authorities would be looking for him. He would certainly not associate with people who had been known to visit him in prison. He would try to avoid contact with these people. Russell Little and Robyn Steiner had corresponded with the Department of Corrections about DeFreeze.
DeFreeze did just the opposite of what you might expect. He phoned his pals in the Berkeley-Oakland area immediately. They housed him. He associated with his "tutors" from Vacaville, who had various part-time jobs in the Berkeley area. All of them were "underemployed" in terms of their educational background. Two of them worked in adjacent food stalls near the U.C. Berkeley campus--yet supposedly they did not know each other.
After DeFreeze's escape, the police made no attempt to contact any of the people he had spent so much time with while he was at Vacaville. This indicates police collusion.
DeFreeze escaped from Soledad in March, 1973. Patty Hearst was kidnapped one year later. During the year in between, DeFreeze tried to join Los Venceremos, offering himself as a "hit man." Venceremos turned him down. They did not trust him; they were not into killing and violence. The radical groups in the Bay area wanted nothing to do with DeFreeze.
SC: I can't understand where DeFreeze's head was at this time. Did he know he was acting as a government agent? Had he accepted the role of Spy, in order to get out of jail? If so, then he couldn't really believe he was going to be a hero; he would know the whole operation was staged to hurt black people. He must have been aware that his jail break had been planned and engineered for him.
MB: DeFreeze was probably given a large hero pitch--probably something to the effect that the abduction of Patricia Hearst would rally the radical groups, and cause them to be socially involved once more. Violence by provocateurs had broken up all political movements following the Kent State killings and the bombing of Cambodia.
He accepted the favors given to him by the L.A.P.D. and the Department of Corrections. I am sure "Cinque" thought there was a large army of sympathetic people who would back him up.
The L.A.P.D. had fore-knowledge of the Marin County Courthouse shoot-out, where Judge Haley was killed and others were wounded--and I don't mean fore-knowledge of the psychic variety. Jonathan Jackson, the patsy, had been promised a back-up, and another truck to assist him to free the captive prisoners. But when the action started, nobody was there to help him, and Jonathan Jackson was slain. So-called "friends" leave their patsies in the lurch, as in the case of Lee Harvey Oswald and other unsuspecting victims of espionage operations. (See "Jailbreak" in BSN No. 10, p. 2. From the above, it would appear that Jackson, Judge Haley, and other escapees and hostages were all patsies in what was essentially an attempt to convict Angela Davis of murder for having procured the guns used by Jackson.)
Eight months after the killing of Oswald, Jack Ruby begged Chief Justice Earl Warren, Representative Gerald Ford, and C.I.A. attorney Leon Jaworski to give him a chance to tell what happened in Dallas. Ruby realized that he had been double-crossed, and warned that if he were not heeded, "a whole new form of government would take place." He said, "Because of the act I committed," there would be massive killings and violence. Needless to say, Jack Ruby was never given the chance to tell his story; he died shortly after the interview.
DeFreeze was fully aware of how to get out of jail, where to go, and how to live for almost a year, without being arrested. He was provided with homes, food, weapons, transportation, and companions. At the Berkeley Library they copied drawings of a seven-headed cobra, used in S.L.A. literature, which had also been used as a symbol by black C.I.A. agent Ron Karenga and the L.A.P.D. (BSN note: This scenario appears in the 1969 novel, "The Spook Who Sat By the Door," by Sam Greenlee. In the story Dan Freedman, the first black C.I.A. agent, defects to organize a secret guerrilla army, known as the Cobras.)
Russell Little, a close associate of DeFreeze, and well-known by the Department of Corrections, both at Vacaville and Soledad, was arrested on charges of killing Dr. Marcus Foster on January 11, 1974. The law enforcement officials had three weeks in which to link suspect Little to escapee DeFreeze.
The proof of a giant conspiracy in this case, is the fact that no police went to search for Little's or DeFreeze's other contacts in the weeks before the Hearst kidnapping. They had talked frequently about Dr. Marcus Foster while "instructing inside the prisons." Yet nobody broke into the various Bay area dwellings where their companions were getting ready for "America's first political kidnapping."
These military agents presented themselves to DeFreeze as romantic Robin Hoods. When the heat was on, they split.
After two months of anxiety regarding Patricia Hearst's kidnapping, a photograph and tape were sent out to further outrage middle America. This lovely girl, who only two months before was happily selecting her china in anticipation of a traditional marriage, was calling her father, publicly, a "liar," holding a machine gun, promising to fight alongside of her brothers and sisters in the S.L.A., and denouncing her fiance and family.
Tension was building in the Bay area. Was Patty a member of the S.L.A.? Had she been forced to renounce her background? Was she making love to DeFreeze? How far would the establishment go in allowing such a display of arrogance? And how dumb can the American people be?

http://www.whale.to/b/brussell12.html

Kyle Burnett
05-01-2011, 09:03 PM
The Operation Mind Control link is a PDF file, which you should be able to open if you install Adobe Reader (http://get.adobe.com/reader/). I get the impression that it a copy of the first edition, but can't rightly say for sure. Does the samizdat version have any notable changes?

As for what you quoted, interesting stuff. I've never rightly looked into the SLA thing, but that's sure to change soon.

Jan Klimkowski
05-02-2011, 09:44 AM
The Operation Mind Control link is a PDF file, which you should be able to open if you install Adobe Reader (http://get.adobe.com/reader/). I get the impression that it a copy of the first edition, but can't rightly say for sure. Does the samizdat version have any notable changes?

As for what you quoted, interesting stuff. I've never rightly looked into the SLA thing, but that's sure to change soon.

Acrobat opens the link for me today. Not sure why it didn't yesterday.

The link is to the first edition of Walter Bowart's "Operation Mind Control". The second edition was sold personally and privately, produced via photocopier and binder, is much expanded, and was limited to 500 copies.

Two DPF threads on the history and visible tentacles of the mind control programmes can be found here (https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/showthread.php?223-The-MK-ULTRA-iceberg&highlight=hearst) and there (https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/showthread.php?2031-Mae-Brussell-Operation-Chaos&highlight=hearst).

Albert Doyle
05-02-2011, 05:01 PM
How are doppelgangers "created" -- within a "military-allied" corporation or anywhere else?


Well-cited within Armstrong's book 'Harvey & Lee'. O'Sullivan documented Bulova's having General Omar Bradley as its CEO and doing 40% of its business with the government. O'Sullivan says Bulova was well-known as a "CIA front". I'm sorry, what exactly were you having difficulty with?




How would the doppelganger "creators" choose the agents to be "look-liked" sufficiently early in their careers so as to anticipate future significant roles and mount doppelganger operations, find physical twins in the world, train them to assume high-level posts in corporations, place them ...


Something there seems to be a curious lack of investigation over in the RFK case. Surely, if they could do it so effectively in the JFK case, it shouldn't be such a surprise in the RFK case.





One you understand the nature of doppelganger operations throughout the histories of intel and warfare -- and, for that matter, the literary and dramatic functions of "twins" going back to the Greeks -- you'll have as hearty a laugh at your previous post as have I.


Sheer lunacy!


I mean that's nice ridicule but it seems to contradict itself. Seeing how we've established a purely relevant case of CIA doubles with Oswald I don't see where you justify your position? You seem to be pointing to a history of using doubles in order to mock a case of doubles being used (???).

Charles Drago
05-02-2011, 08:45 PM
Among my many faults is the impatience that precludes me from the teacher's life.

I've banged up against this form of impenetrable illogic more than a few times in the past; when it manifests in a good person with noble intent, it is all the more distressing to contemplate.

In reading you, Albert, I'm reminded of the scientist who trained a flea to fly. "Fly, flea," said the scientist, and the flea would fly. "Fly, flea." Flying flea.

Then the scientist surgically removed the flea's wings. "Fly, flea," he said. But the flea did not fly.

Which prompted the scientist to note, "When one removes the wings from a flea, the flea becomes deaf."

Bernice Moore
05-12-2011, 03:50 AM
kathy ainsworth;

Steve Franklin
05-13-2011, 08:06 PM
Interesting. Needs more attention. I have NO doubt that the woman in the polka-dot dress who was heard saying 'we killed him, we killed him' was Sirhan Sirhan's 'trigger' ,'guide', and perhaps more. The LAPD knew exactly who she was and worked very hard to NOT find her and and to torture those who claimed they had seen or heard her. Not much work has been done on her read identity. Of all the major assassinations the RFK is the easiest to solve, followed by MLK, followed by Malcolm-X, followed by JFK, followed by about a few hundred others........much work to do - or we wind up [soon.....less than a handful of fingers for years, IMHO] as a neo-fascist police state with 3rd Reich-like features in full play [they are in medium-play now].

That's pretty much what Jim DiEugenio was saying on Black Op Radio recently. Jim even suggested that the polka dots were meant to reinforce a hypnotic suggestion that Sirhan was at a shooting range.

What really amazes me about this case is the coroner's report that placed the fatal gunshot at the back of Kennedy's neck at point blank range. It takes an awful lot of chutzpah to ignore something that obvious.

Jan Klimkowski
05-13-2011, 08:19 PM
What really amazes me about this case is the coroner's report that placed the fatal gunshot at the back of Kennedy's neck at point blank range. It takes an awful lot of chutzpah to ignore something that obvious.

There are certain coroners and pathologists whose careers reveal that their appointment to particular, signficant, cases is perhaps less than accidental.

London's Metropolitan Police's onetime coroner of choice, Dr Mohmed Saeed Sulema "Freddy" Patel, is a case in point. Freddy was the first pathologist to examine the corpse of Ian Tomlinson, an entirely innocent man, struck by an overly aggressive and uncontrolled copper during London's 2009 G20 protests.

For an introduction to Freddy's, ahem, glorious career, see here (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Ian_Tomlinson#Freddy_Patel).

Steve Franklin
05-13-2011, 10:33 PM
What really amazes me about this case is the coroner's report that placed the fatal gunshot at the back of Kennedy's neck at point blank range. It takes an awful lot of chutzpah to ignore something that obvious.

There are certain coroners and pathologists whose careers reveal that their appointment to particular, signficant, cases is perhaps less than accidental.

London's Metropolitan Police's onetime coroner of choice, Dr Mohmed Saeed Sulema "Freddy" Patel, is a case in point. Freddy was the first pathologist to examine the corpse of Ian Tomlinson, an entirely innocent man, struck by an overly aggressive and uncontrolled copper during London's 2009 G20 protests.

For an introduction to Freddy's, ahem, glorious career, see here (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Ian_Tomlinson#Freddy_Patel).

I wasn't saying that the coroner ignored it. I was saying that everyone else ignored the coroner's report. The coroner, Thomas Noguchi, did a good job, even going so far as to telephone Cyril Wecht about the case.

Bernice Moore
05-16-2011, 02:11 AM
http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20110510/books/the-robert-kennedy-connection.364613

Steve Franklin
05-16-2011, 06:31 PM
http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20110510/books/the-robert-kennedy-connection.364613

From what I gather from the review, this is a work of fiction, and though the author was on her deathbed when she finished it, there appears to be no question of her being silenced or anything along those lines.

Bernice Moore
05-17-2011, 02:37 AM
it is fiction, will be more careful next time thanks..b

Jonathan Nolan
02-10-2016, 09:28 AM
Serrano was not the only one to describe the woman in the polka dot dress and associate her with Sirhan and/or the assassination. Amongst them was Kennedy campaign worker Darnell Johnson and the son of an Ambassador Hotel maître d', Thomas Vincent DiPierro. DiPierro said that the only reason he noticed Sirhan was that there was a very good looking girl next to him. According to DiPierro,
I would never forget what she looked like because she had a very good looking figure - and the dress was kind of lousy...it looked like a white dress and it had either black or dark-purple polka dots on it. Minutes after the shooting and well before any of the stories of the woman in the white dress had been made public or could have been shared, LAPD Sergeant Paul Sharaga heard news of the shooting on his police radio. Already in the vicinity, he arrived at the scene within a minute. An older couple approached Sharaga and, as he tells it:
They related that they were outside one of the doors of the Embassy Room when a young couple in their early twenties came rushing out. This couple seemed to be in a state of glee, shouting, "We shot him, we shot him, we killed him." The woman stated that she asked the lady, "Who did you shoot?" or "Who was shot?" and the young lady replied, "Kennedy, we shot him, we killed him." The only defining characteristic of the young lady that the witnesses could give was that she was wearing a white dress with polka dots. Sharaga immediately put out an all point bulletin for police to be on the lookout for a woman in a polka dot dress in the company of a man.

And then something very strange happened that, as far as we know, has never happened before or since in the history of the LAPD. For about 15 to 20 minutes, all police radio communications were lost on all frequencies. This was ample time for the woman in the polka dot dress and her companion to get off the streets and out of reach of the police.

The elderly couple Sharaga had interviewed were lost and have never come forward. Serrano, being the sole witness to the woman in the polka dot dress claiming, "We shot Kennedy" was brought to the notorious Rampart Division (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rampart_Scandal) of the LAPD for extensive questioning. I encourage you to follow the link on the Rampart Division. The story of the ongoing corruption in the LAPD and the Rampart Division in particular is very informative. The Bobby Kennedy assassination is not the only one in which the Rampart Division has taken part.

In this case, however, the witness was not so much questioned as she was browbeaten and verbally tortured into renouncing her testimony. The "questioning" was performed by Sergeant Enrique "Hank" Hernandez who, according to his resume, played a key role in "Unified Police Command" training for the CIA in Latin America. As is clear from the questioning, Hernandez had one goal in mind - to discredit Sandy Serrano and anything having to do with the story of the woman in the polka dot dress.

http://www.sott.net/article/157890-The-assassination-of-Robert-Kennedy-Part-3-The-woman-in-the-polka-dot-dress

Anthony Thorne
02-10-2016, 11:56 AM
Enrique Hernandez seems like a piece of work. Sole polygraph operator for the investigating Special Unit Senator group, later a founder of Inter-Con Security Systems, which benefited from a lot of government contract largesse.

http://articles.latimes.com/2005/dec/20/local/me-hernandez20


The firm now has wholly owned subsidiaries in 19 countries and employs more than 30,000 people. Although its earning are not public, some estimates put them at more than $1 billion annually.

At the website of shock jock Pete Santilli - under the headline MIND CONTROL TECH IS REAL AND THE PATENTS THAT PROVE IT - Santilli interviews one Amy Anderson about mind control, as she claims to be a victim of it.

http://thepetesantillishow.com/episode-1010/

(A religious paranoia site linked directly beneath the episode helpfully asks "What are Christians going to do about Gay and Lesbian marriage?")

In the notes for the show, Anderson's bio notes that she was "..a whistle blower as a security officer employed by Inter-Con Security Systems."

My head hurts.

Tracy Riddle
02-16-2016, 02:15 AM
Don't know if this was posted back in 2013, but here is a VERY long article by Andy Boehm from the L.A. Weekly

http://www.constantinereport.com/the-killing-of-robert-kennedy-will-we-ever-know-the-truth/

Ray Kovach
10-14-2017, 11:25 PM
What ever became of Shirin Kahn? By all accounts she would be 67 years old now. Not an unreasonable age to still be alive. Are there any photographs or videos showing what she actually looked like at any age that can be viewed by the public?