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    It would be interesting to know if Banister had a conversation with Shaw before that phone call to Dean Andrews. If that happened it would make it look like they though one of their own got caught up in something and needed bailing. The provocateur controllers (may have) needed to assure the others they didn't just abandon their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracy Riddle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Don Jeffries View Post
    I think Shaw, like Ferrie and Ruby, was involved at the ground level of the conspiracy. They were instructed to interact with Oswald in a particular way, much as Oswald was ordered to infiltrate what he was told was a potential plot to kill JFK. At least that's my speculation. I don't believe they were cognizant of anything more than that, and at least Ruby and Ferrie were patsies in a way themselves.

    I would put the Paines in this same ground level category.
    I agree. Compartmentalization keeps most of the players ignorant about the big picture. This is why Jack Ruby in his letters and interviews in jail keeps speculating about who was at the top of the whole thing and how he was trapped. Ruby was probably assured that no jury in the world would convict him, and he would be a big hero for killing Oswald.

    As for 544 Camp St, I vaguely remember Posner explaining it away by saying that Oswald sometimes walked around that neighborhood, saw that address and just randomly picked it to put on his leaflets. Didn't the other leaflets have his P.O. Box wrong too? If someone is really trying to form a FPCC chapter, why would he give people fake addresses?
    It is the 544 Camp Street thing that jumped out at me in Destiny Betrayed. No LN defender has satisfactorily given a plausible explanation as to why LHO would stamp that address on his FPFC flyers. Yet there is no dispute that LHO did stamp that address. Everybody agrees on that.

    IMO, Garrison is the only one who has come up with a plausible reason for Oswald to have stamped that address on those flyers. It seems like a pretty important question too.

    I was interested in Clinton too. But I have not yet wrapped my head around why Oswald would apply for a job there. But the 544 Camp Street address has never been addressed satisfactorily by the LN defenders. They can only avoid it. It's a real weakness in their arguments.

    Guy Bannister was in that same building. It was also once the address of anti-Castro Cuban organization. Why on earth would Oswald use that address?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Ellis View Post
    Why on earth would Oswald use that address?


    So they could take serious responses to the leaflets and file them in the pro-Castro files at Banister's probably.



    There is no LN side. As 'Destiny Betrayed' shows the conspiracy is proven. It would have been proven back then if Garrison hadn't been railroaded by the usual American right-wing bs.

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    Oswald never really wanted a job in Clinton. And he was not really familiar with the surroundings there.

    He went up there at the behest of Shaw and Ferrie. Probably on the orders of Banister.

    The pretext made to Oswald was probably to spy on the Cuban exile training camp up there with Larry Howard.

    But what happened was Shaw and Ferrie had no idea that the CORE drive was ongoing. And that dozens of witnesses saw them. And they reported it to the FBI.

    Therefore, they could not use it as originally planned by the higher level: to make Oswald into a mental patient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DiEugenio View Post
    Amazing how fast this was.

    It took only four weeks since I sent in the last corrections for it to arrive at people's doors.

    Will be glad to answer any questions anyone has, or do a moderated hour for the site.

    I think everyone will really enjoy it.

    I really go after:

    1. Allen Dulles

    2. Ruth and Michael Paine

    3. Sergio Arcacha Smith

    4. Bernardo De Torres

    And a few others, including Freeport McMoran in both Cuba and Indonesia. If you don't know anything about this company, you will have your eyes opened wide.
    Time - Volume 71, Issues 14-26 - Page i

    "Plugged Nickel" ......Last year Freeport offered to cut the price to $1.24 if the Government would sign an irrevocable contract to buy at least two-thirds of its Nicaro ore needs from Freeport through 1978. General Services Administrator Franklin Floete turned down the offer, called on Lawyer Ira D. Beynon, 62, to clean up the Nicaro dispute. Beynon attacked the chore with vigor. Testified Freeport Sulphur's President
    Langbourne Williams (Jr.): "Mr. Beynon began to call us names, to threaten us with congressional investigations. He said, 'You reduce [the ore price] or I'll shut this plant down. We don't need your ore. We've got all the ore we need.' " Then Freeport's Williams did something that widely irritated official Washington and raised many an eyebrow in business circles. He hired an ex-FBI investigator to question Beynon's old friends and associates about his private life as far back as 1926. Beynon testified that the inquisitor asked his friends such questions as "I'd like to know how Mr. Beynon made his money." Williams also checked police records on Beynon, but all he could dig up was a traffic violation. Explained Williams: "It's normal business practice for me to find out all I can about the man I'm dealing with." Yet he admitted that Freeport had never before hired a private eye to track a man. Tears & Profit. Last week Beynon wept openly as he told Congressmen how Freeport had pried into his personal life. Said he: "The contract under which we are buying ore from Freeport is unconscionable, and I am going to do everything I can do to remedy this situation. These kinds of deals destroy confidence." In rebuttal, Freeport argued that it had opened up the ore supply, run the Nicaro plant for the U.S. in World War II, and developed many nickel-production techniques that the Government now uses. But it also profited. Freeport has collected $13.7 million in Nicaro royalties from the Government since 1952, now gets about $3,500,000 per year. More than that, the Government last year made it possible for Freeport to get financing for a huge $119 million nickel-and-cobalt operation, abuilding at Moa Bay, Cuba, near Nicaro. The U.S. did so by signing a contract, which the committee is also investigating, to buy up to 271 million Ibs. of Freeport's Moa Bay nickel at 74¢ per Ib. and 23,835,000 lbs. of cobalt at $2 per Ib. Since then, the nickel market has suddenly softened.............

    Langbourne Williams Is Dead - Retired Businessman Was 91www.nytimes.com/.../langbourne-williams-is-dead-...


    The New York Times


    Sep 14, 1994 - Langbourne Meade Williams Jr., the retired chairman of a company now known as Freeport-McMoRan Inc., died on Thursday at his country ..


    .....
    TAP DAY EXERCISES ARE HELD AT YALE Ward Cheney of South .Manchester, Conn., Is Last Slapped for Skull and Bones. ALDRICH IS FIRST PICKED Elections Are Also Held for Scroll v and Key, VVoir" Head and : the Ellhu Club. v Special (0 The JTete Tork Timet. NEW IIAVEN. Conn-. May 13.........Scroll and Key-Robert Foster Wltroer Jr. of PhlliLdtlDhla. i by Robert Carson 3d ; Frederick Lionel Spender, Highland Park. 111., by Sidney Barnes noscaer; Clymer Sprague Bowen. Brooklyn. N. Y.. by Thomaa James Robertson; Asa- rian Tripp .Burring-ton 01 r ail tuver, Maaa., by Richardson Dilworth; Edward Starr Jr. of Philadelphia, by Eliot Buff- Brooklyn. A'. Y.. by Thomaa Keck; Charles Albert Wight of Chicopee Falls. Mass., by Henry Julian Mali; John Palmer Bankson of Ardmore. Pa., by Law rence Foster; Francis Hannaf ord Mltclv-el of Cincinnati, by John Herndon French Jr.; Richard Arthur Kimball of Oberlln, Ohio, by Thomas Reed Vree-Und ; Briton Martin of Wlnnetka. 111-, by Godfrey Stilman ! Rockefeller 1 John Archer Glfford of WDke-Barre. Pau. by John Tabor Roberuon Jr. ; Theodore Germain Keneflck of Buffalo, by Edwin Victor Hale: Clement Acton Griiutn ad of New York City, by Richardson Dil- worm, ana Lang-horne Gibson of New York City, by Charles Shipman Payson....


    It is even more troubing than you ever suspected. I touched on it here, several years ago, but in this monring's dawn haze, I finally put it "all" together.: (Reminds me of the feeling as a kid when the surprise of a double in
    a game of checkers turned into a triple jump not noticed until you almost thought the move was over, or later, when a surprise checkmate move unfolded in a chess game vs. an opponent who almost always beat me!)

    How in hell could Billy Lord have fabricated this?

    Cover letter, US DOJ, 15 March, 1977:
    http://maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?...&relPageId=174

    Next page:
    Tom Scully_* Posted 09 July 2011 - 01:03 PM

    If the letter from Billy Lord to President Carter is reliable in the form of it I've linked to in the post above, I noticed the text of it does not include a first name of "Mr. Beamis." The FBI report, however, adds "Jim" to the name, "Beamis."

    Jim Allison....Jim Beamis.... The coincidental effect is that "Gerry" Fitzgerald Bemis is disappeared for the next 34 years.

    NARA Record Number: 124-10370-10013
    ADMIN FOLDER-I6: HSCA ADMINISTRATIVE FOLDER, ASSASSINATION MATTERS VOLUME VIII
    http://www.maryferre...3&relPageId=175

    Next page image link.
    The China Diary of George H. W. Bush: The Making of a ... - Pag

    https://books.google.com/books?isbn=1400829615Jeffrey A. Engel - 2011 - ‎Preview - ‎More editions
    But there is Mel Laird holding the behind-the-scenes press conference, saying, “Well we'll keep Bush on till after the ... Bemis, Lias and Devine had a meeting regarding my political future—very thoughtful of them.5

    http://tomscully.com/taxonomy/term/54
    Rochester Friends met with Lee Harvey Oswald's Friend DeMohrenschildt Two Weeks After Oswald Shot at General Edwin WalkerSubmitted by Tom Scully on Fri, 11/01/2013
    ..........
    Devine's fraternity housemate at M.I.T., Garry Coit. was interviewed by the HSCA,
    but only because he was Priscilla Johnson's CIA handler who met with her for two long session in late January, 1964, but did not discuss the Kennedy Assassination with here/ What did they talk about for all those hours? Coit's second wife and widow, Barbara was also CIA, and some of Devine and Coit's surviving fraternity roommates from 1944 to 48 still find time to visit with Barbara Coit.
    [PDF]
    Spring 2009 - Beaver Sig - Sigma Chi Fraternity - MIT
    http://sigmachi.mit.edu/docs/beaver_...spring2009.pdf
    This being the first issue of The Beaver Sig ..... we visited Barbara Coit, the recent widow of another Alpha Theta Sig,. Garry Coit Beaver Sig Vol. 1946, No. 1 - Sigma Chi Fraternity - MIT
    http://sigmachi.mit.edu/docs/beaver_...ol1946_no1.pdf
    school; Brother Coit enlisted in the Naval Radio Training Pro- gram. Fall Term, 1944. Shortly after the inception of the fall term of 1944, Brothers. Devine and....
    Students Don Ear Muffs to Shut Out Band Music
    ‎Daily Boston Globe - Aug 14, 1947
    Students Don Ear Muffs to Shut Out Band Music MIT students who ... one of 16 Tech students livings in the adjoining Sigma Chi fraternity house said the use of ... and shut windows so he could study or sleep Other student were Thomas Devine ..
    Tom Scully_* Posted 14 October 2010 - 01:05 PM

    It now seems that Devine was probably brought into "the fold" via his acquaintance with Alexander Aldrich, when they were classmates at M.I.T.
    [quote name='Tom Scully' date='26 June 2010 - 07:26 AM' timestamp='1277529980' post='196094']
    http://sigmachi.mit....vol1946_no1.pdf
    Page 4 of 1946 newspaper from Tom Devine's fraternity at M.I.T. Home address displayed matches 3550 Elmwood Ave. Rochester, NY address in image displayed in earlier post of Devine's father's obituary on this thread. Same lists also contains names, addresses, and military branch and rank of Devine's fraternity brothers.

    Left column on page 1, also at the link above, lists the name Thomas Devine and the names of the other fraternity
    initiates Devine pledged with.

    I have seen no other record related to Devine's university attendance. I find no information as to whether he graduated from M.I.T., or that he made later donations as an alumni. It seems as if he does not want his activities
    of the late 1940's or of his education to be public knowledge.
    [quote name='Tom Scully' date='10 September 2010 - 10:19 AM' timestamp='1284106783' post='205372']

    http://www.google.com/search?tbs=bks...05e95cb0de89a2

    DEVINE, THOMAS J. 375 Park Ave, NY NY l0022. Dec-9-26 Rochester NY. Mass Inst Tech BS 49. State Dept, Wash DC, admin asst 50-53| Midiand Tex, indep oil operator 53-64. Train Cabot & Associates, NY, ltd partner 59-. Finance.
    [/quote]

    Class of 1948 Active classmates, sorted by Living Group
    - Oct 13
    Apr 16, 2003 ... MIT Class of 1948 · Class Leadership. 1948 Beaver. Missing Classmates .... Mr Alexander Aldrich, PH, DP. Mr Thomas S Barrows, CH, DP ...
    http://alumweb.mit.e...ive_alumns.html

    http://www.google.co...CQ&ved=0CBcQpwU
    ELIZABETH HOLLINS MARRIED IN MAINE; Becomes Bride of Alexander Aldrich, Noted Banker's Son, in Dark Harbor Church

    - New York Times - Aug 12, 1951
    The ushers were Pfc. Henry Cabot of Boston, Pfc. William C. Hartnp of Princeton, ... attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1945-46 and was ..

    http://www.google.co...l=&oq=&gs_rfai=
    ELIZABETH HOLLINS MARRIED IN MAINE; Becomes Bride of Alexander Aldrich, Noted Banker's Son, in Dark Harbor Church

    - New York Times - Aug 12, 1951
    The ushers were Pfc. Henry Cabot of Boston, Pfc. William C. Hartnp of Princeton, ... Albert Carter of Washington and J. Reid Heuer of Palm Beach, Fla...

    http://news.google.c...1959&lnav=hist3
    Diplomats' Kin Usher at Barbara Pullman's Wedding Today
    Pay-Per-View - Chicago Tribune - ProQuest Archiver - Oct 1, 1955
    One of the young men is Alexander Aldrich, whose ... broth- ers of the bride; Thomas Devine of Midland, Tex., Andre Rhe- ault and Henry Cabot. of Bos- ton, ...
    http://www.google.com/search?tbs=bks...G=Search+Books
    Drugs, oil, and war: the United States in Afghanistan, Colombia, ... - Page 197

    Peter Dale Scott - 2003 -

    The war conspiracy: the secret road to the second Indochina war

    Peter Dale Scott - 1972

    "For it is a striking fact that the law firm of Tommy Corcoran, the Washington lawyer for CATCL and [China Lobbyist] T.V. Soong, had its own links to the interlocking worlds of the China Lobby and of organized crime. His partner W.S. Youngman joined the board of U.S. Life and other insurance companies, controlled by C.V. Starr (OSS China) with the help of Philippine and other Asian capital. Youngman's fellow-directors of Starr's companies have included John S. Woodbridge of Pan Am, Francis F. Randolph of J. and W. Seligman, W. Palmer Dixon of Loeb Rhoades, Charles Edison of the postwar China Lobby, and Alfred B. Jones of the Nationalist Chinese government's registered agency, the Universal Trading Corporation. The [Senate] McClellan Committee heard that in 1950 U.S. Life [later part of AIG] (with Edison as a director) and a much smaller company (Union Casualty of New York) were allotted a major Teamsters insurance contract, after a lower bid from a larger and safer company had been rejected, [Jimmy] Hoffa was accused by a fellow trustee, testifying under oath before another committee, of intervening on behalf of US Life and Union Casualty, whose agents were Hoffa's close business associates Paul and Allen Dorfman

    "We find the same network linking CIA proprietaries, war lobbies, and organized crime, when we turn our attention from CAT to the other identified supporter of opium activities, Sea Supply, Inc. Sea Supply, Inc. was organized in Miami, Florida, where its counsel, Paul E. Helliwell, doubled after 1951 as the counsel for C.V. Starr insurance interests, and also as the Thai consul in Miami..."
    All of Beverly Pullman's and Albert Carter's ushers named below, except Thomas Devine, but including Alexander Aldrich, who had transferred from M.I.T., were members of the Harvard class of 1950, and most were members of the Crew team. Devine partner John Train was also Harvard, '50, as was the Rockefeller financed, former intelligence officer, Henry Kissinger, who studied under Arthur Norman Holcombe, who JFK also studied under. Arthur Holcombe and the CIA's Paul Linebarger were advisers to Chiang Kai-shek.
    The obituaries of both Albert B. Carter, Jr. and of Andre Rheault state that they were CIA, and we know Thomas Devine was. Edwin Curtis "Buff" Bohlen was accused of being CIA and later worked for John Train's cousin, Russell. Another usher named below, Charles Hubbard, is Charles J. Hubbard, step-son of John McCloy's best man in 1930, Henry Brunie, Jack Crichton's boss at the Empire Trust. Newspaper misprint- Should be Beverly Pullman, not "Barbara":
    http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en...=&oq=&gs_rfai=
    Diplomats' Kin Usher at Barbara Pullman's Wedding Today

    - Chicago Tribune - Oct 1, 1955
    ... broth ers of the bride Thomas Devine of Midland Tex Andre Rheault and Henry Cabot of Bos ton and Charles Hubbard. Palmer Dixon of New York City will be best man.

    http://news.google.c...&um=1&scoring=a
    Pay-Per-View - Chicago Tribune - ProQuest Archiver - Oct 2, 1955
    ... Edwin Bohlen, whose uncle, Charles E. Bohlen, is am- bassador to Russia, ... Tex., Andre Rheault and Henry Cabot of Boston, and Charles Hubbard. ..

    http://pqasb.pqarchi...ER&pqatl=google
    MISS PULLMAN IS MARRIED TO ALBERT CARTER Oct 2, 1955
    The rosepointe lace veil Miss Beverly Pullman wore as part of her bridal ensemble for her marriage to Albert B. Carter Jr. at 5 p. m. yesterday has special sentiment since it has been worn by three generations of brides in her family.

    http://www.google.co...l=&oq=&gs_rfai=
    Albert B. Carter Jr., 63 Retired SBA administrator
    ‎Pay-Per-View - Boston Globe - Jan 26, 1992
    Mr Carter leaves his wife BeverlyPullman of Washington a son

    http://www.google.co...l=&oq=&gs_rfai=
    Albert B. Carter Jr., 63 Retired SBA administrator
    ‎ - Boston Globe - Jan 26, 1992
    Mr Carter was a former Soviet specialist for the Central Intelligence Agency working for the CIA in Munich Germany from 1950 to 1952 and in Washington from

    http://www.google.co...l=&oq=&gs_rfai=
    MISS SHARP WED TO PALMER DIXON; Church of St. Thomas More...

    - New York Times - May 17, 1957
    Peter Thorpe Dixon was best man for his brother. The ushers were William T. Wetmore, his stepbrother; Albert B. Carter Jr., John AS Cushman and EI Parker ..

    http://www.google.co...l=&oq=&gs_rfai=
    MISS SHARP WED TO PALMER DIXON; Church of St. Thomas More...

    - New York Times - May 17, 1957
    ... of Wilton, Conn., became the bride of Palmer Dixon. is the son of W. Palmer Dixon of New York and Mrs. Charles Winn of Southampton, L. L, and London. ...

    Paid Notice: Deaths DIXON, PALMER
    Published: September 7, 1999

    DIXON-Palmer. Died suddenly of a heart attack on the morning of September 3rd at his home in Wilton, CT. He was born July 1, 1928 in New York City, the son of W. Palmer Dixon and Theodora Thorpe Dixon. He attended St. Mark's School, and graduated from Harvard College, Class of 1950. He served as a 1st Lieutenant in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict, participating in the fighting as a forward observer for the artillery. After the Armistice, he returned to the United States in 1953, working at NBC before becoming a Partner at the Wall Street firm of Loeb, Rhoades & Co. He later worked as a Vice President at Moseley, Hallgarten & Estabrook, and then for a number of years at Standard & Poor's as Head of Programming. After retiring, he continued to work as a computer specialist and private consultant. He was a keen Court Tennis player, and was for many years an active member of the New York Racquet and Tennis club....

    http://www.rumormill...rames/read/9390
    MAKE ROOM FOR MARVIN
    by Blake, Rich
    Content provided by Institutional Investor Magazine
    Published on May 1, 2000

    ....In May 1981, degree in hand, Marvin Bush went to work as an entry-level trainee at a regional, Boston-based brokerage firm, Moseley, Hallgarten, Estabrook & Weeden. "It was a great way for me to get my feet wet and learn about the industry," he says. .....
    Alexander Aldrich's uncle, J.D. Rockefeller, Jr. knew John Train's father, Arthur C. Train because Arthur also had a home in Bar Harbor, ME and because, until her death in 1923, Arthur had been married to Ethyl Kissam, niece of the wife of William Henry Vanderbilt.
    http://www.google.com/search?tbs=bks...G=Search+Books
    Worthwhile places: correspondence of John D. Rockefeller, Jr. and ... - Page 174

    John Davison Rockefeller, Horace Marden Albright, Joseph W. Ernst - 1991 - 354 pages - Preview
    ... entirely under the influence of a man named Charles Pike, who has always been a trouble maker. Pike lives near Palmer. It is rumored that Pike has cancer and cannot live. Arthur Train told Mr. Dorr this a few days ago, and also said ..
    (Humelsine hired the inexperience Mckinsey & Co. protege of John D. Macomber, soon to be second husband
    of Ed Hooker's daugher, Susan Hooker Braga...." the explanation for (Michael) Ainslie's selection by Carlisle Humelsine to be at age 36, president of the National Trust for Historic Preservation." Ainslie had worked briefly
    for NYC mayor Lindsey, and usher with his twin brother David in Nancy Bush's 1946 wedding in which Macomber's
    brother, William B., had been best man.)

    The Rockefellers founded and funded Colonial Williamsburg and later recruited Gen. John C. Marshall's former secretary, Carlisle Humelsine to oversee Williamsburg development and administration. Humelsine and sons of John D. Rockefeller seemed quite involved with Richmond, VA's Samuel M. Bemiss. Bemiss and his wife were seasonal Kennebunkport, ME neighbors and close friends of the Prescott and the George HW Bushes. Bemiss came to my attention because his daughter, Cynthia, married William Alexander Stuart, Jr., best man in the 1950 wedding of John Whitney Shepardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Whitney H. Shepardson.

    Another Virginia associate of Samuel Bemiss was WWII intelligence agent, Lewis F. Powell, Jr. who was also a trustee and the general counsel of Colonial Williamsburg, before he was appointed to the Supreme Court by Richard Nixon.......
    [/QUOTE]

    http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg...&GRid=65388323
    Oct. 2, 1922 - Feb. 7, 2011

    Former State Senator FitzGerald Bemiss died at home with his family on the evening of February 7, 2011 at the age of 88.
    Senator Bemiss was born on October 2, 1922, the son of Samuel Merrifield and Doreen FitzGerald Bemiss.
    He was predeceased by his parents and his sister, Cynthia Bemiss Stuart. ......

    http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg...&GRid=89080540

    Samuel Merrifield Bemiss (1894 - 1966)*<*************BINGO!!!**
    Parents:
    Eli Lockert Bemiss (1859 - 1924)
    Cyane D. Williams Bemiss (1867 - 1952)<*************BINGO!!!**

    Spouse:
    Doreen FitzGerald Bemiss (1897 - 1982)

    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb..../reps/hurt.htm
    1. Robert Hurt: b. 16 Jun 1969 New York, NY; U.S. Representative from VA ®

    http://www.dhr.virgi..._Nomination.pdf


    2. Henry Charles Hurt, Jr.: editor of Reader’s Digest; m. 2 Oct 1968 Rapidan, VA

    [Danville Register (Danville, VA), 4 Oct 1968: “The marriage of Miss Margaret Nolting Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Dandridge Williams of ‘The Campbell Field,’ Rapidan, to Henry Charles Hurt Jr., son of M. and Mrs. Henry Charles Hurt of Chatham, took place Wednesday, Oct. 2…in Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Rapidan…”]

    [Danville Register (Danville, VA), 29 Aug 1965: “Miss Hallam Hurt is spending some time in Oxford, Miss., where she is visiting her brother, Henry C. Hurt, Jr., who is attending the University of Mississippi. She will visit also in Dallas, Texas, where she will be the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Taylor Hallam.”]

    http://www.mitchells...hurth/index.htm

    3. Margaret Nolting Williams:

    http://www.gunstonha...sonweb/p208.htm

    4. Henry Charles Hurt: b. 10 Jan 1913 New York, NY; d. 23 Sep 1972 Danville, VA

    [Danville Register (Danville, VA), 24 Sep 1972: “Henry Charles Hunt, prominent Pittsylvania County banker, died yesterday….A native of New York, N.Y., Mr. Hurt was born Jan. 10, 1913, a son of the late Robert Hurt and Ada Emett Hurt….He is survived by his wife, Frances Hallam Hurt; a son, Henry C. Hurt Jr. of Carmel, N.Y…”]
    Edited by Tom Scully, 09 July 2011
    Godfrey Stillman Rockefeller, chairman of Cranston Print Works, became a longtime Freeport director, soon after his grandfather and father died suddenly in less than the span of a year, in 1922. Godfrey's daughter, Marion, married
    Robert G Stone, Jr. in 1948. In 1950 Stone founded Stonetex Petroleum in Texas and Thomas J. Devine was a director for many years.

    Family of Secrets: The Bush Dynasty, America's Invisible Government, and the ... By Russ Baker:



    Godfrey's son, Godfrey A. Rockefeller, resided with Bush, the Macomber brothers, and Ed Hooker in the AUV
    secret society house at http://preservation.mhl.org/123-main-st .
    Phillips Andover, 1942:



    His sister Marion Rockefeller Stone's daughter married the son of William HG Fitzgerald.

    Godfrey A Rockefller, pictured above, son of Godfrey s. Rockefller, married Constance Vauclain Hamilton , sister of this man, in 1948:
    http://www.pennock.w.../nti163596.html
    Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) - November 18, 1997
    Deceased Name: SAMUEL M.V. HAMILTON
    BROKERAGE EXECUTIVE, 73 Samuel M.V. Hamilton, 73, a senior vice president at Janney Montgomery Scott, died of cancer Sunday at his home in Wayne.
    Mr. Hamilton, also executive director of 218 Enterprises and an owner of Samuels, a restaurant in Spread Eagle Village, was a partner in Montgomery Scott & Co. for many years before the firm merged with Janney, Battles & E.W. Clark in 1971.
    Active in civic and cultural affairs, Mr. Hamilton was a member and former chairman of the board of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and was a former member of the board of the Franklin Institute. He was on the board of Fox Chase Cancer Center and the Hamilton Family Foundation. He was a director of the Coaching Club of America, which preserves the tradition of traveling by horse-drawn coach.
    Born in New York, Mr. Hamilton was raised in Rosemont by his grandfather Samuel M. Vauclain, chairman of the board of Baldwin Locomotive Works. He graduated from the Choate School in Wallingford, Conn., and from the University of Pennsylvania. An Army lieutenant, he served with the Office of Strategic Service and the CIA during the Korean War.
    Surviving are his wife, Dorrance Hill Hamilton; daughter, Margaret H. Duprey; sons, Nathaniel P. and S. Matthews V. Jr.; a sister; a brother; and nine grandchildren.

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    How did the men of great wealth know when to embark on the building of massive weapons
    manufacturing plants in the United States,
    and how did the manage the risk that hostilities would cease in Europe before a handsome return on investment was to be obtained?
    Dwight Owen worked 39 years for Godfrey S. Rockefeller at Crantson Print Works. His son Rob Owen became "the courier".:

    http://articles.lati...hite-house-aide
    Search for a Mission Put Owen in North's Network of Intrigue
    May 20, 1987|DOYLE McMANUS | Times Staff Writer

    WASHINGTON — When Rob Owen came to Washington six years ago at the age of 28, he was searching for a mission in life and, in a sense, for an older brother as well. In Oliver L. North, he found both.

    Owen, now 34, closed two days of testimony before the House and Senate committees on the Iran- contra scandal Tuesday by reading a poem to the nonplussed congressmen--a paean to North, the fired White House aide who ran the Reagan Administration's secret aid program for Nicaraguan rebels.

    "I love Ollie North like a brother," he declared.

    That sudden, fervent outburst in the hushed dignity of the Senate Caucus Room seemed to bring Robert W. Owen full circle. For Owen's search for a sense of mission, friends say, stems partly from the death in Vietnam of his idolized older brother Dwight, a U.S. foreign aid official, in 1967......

    https://news.google....0,2281046&hl=en
    Cranston Workers At Webster, Mass. Turn Down Union .Oct 12, 1963
    The employes in the Webster division of Cranston Print Works Company have ... of America, Dwight Owen, company director of industrial and public relations, ...






    Gotta hand it to them..... they had most of it covered. Luckily, Billy Lord's 1977 letter to Jimmy Carter was ignored by Blakey of HSCA:
    The Assassinations: Probe Magazine on JFK, MLK, RFK and ...

    https://books.google.com/books?isbn=0922915822
    James DiEugenio, ‎Lisa Pease - 2003 - ‎History
    Unfortunately, there is little evidence that the HSCA talked to many of them, e.g., Ed Butler, Alton Ochsner, Patrick Frawley, Billy Lord, Harry Dean, Max Clark or ... But perhaps the most revealing insight into Blakey's attitude toward the critics ...


    The connections of Reader's Digest's Henry Hurt and later, Melvin Laird, to the freeport- Williams-Bemiss - Bush racketeers were not noticed, and 91 year old Bush has a sore neck, and here we are!

    Civic leader, conservation advocate FitzGerald Bemiss dies ...

    www.richmond.com/.../article_c09a03df-7975-529b-acc6-b0a11591fd07.h...
    Feb 9, 2011 - Civic leader, conservation advocate FitzGerald Bemiss dies at 88 .... Mr. Bemiss, known to his friends as "Gerry," eventually became a Republican, ... George H.W. Bush — the men were in each other's weddings — and Rep......
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    Peter Janney's uncle was Frank Pace, chairman of General Dynamics who enlisted law partners Roswell Gilpatric and Luce's brother-in-law, Maurice "Tex" Moore, in a trade of 16 percent of Gen. Dyn. stock in exchange for Henry Crown and his Material Service Corp. of Chicago, headed by Byfield's Sherman Hotel group's Pat Hoy. The Crown family and partner Conrad Hilton next benefitted from TFX, at the time, the most costly military contract award in the history of the world. Obama was sponsored by the Crowns and Pritzkers. So was Albert Jenner Peter Janney has preferred to write of an imaginary CIA assassination of his surrogate mother, Mary Meyer, but not a word about his Uncle Frank.

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    Lemme distill my last post to one sentence. I discovered in the dim dawn light this A.M. that the Reader's Digest editor, Henry Hurt, who Billy Lord wrote a letter to President Carter complaining about,
    in the same month that DeMohrenschildt interrupted the recording of a soap opera being recorded by the widow of the first cousin of Nelson Rockefeller's first wife, Nancy Sands Tilton, first cousin of the mother of DeMohrenschildt's daughter, Alexandra,
    was married to the niece of the chairman of Freeport Sulphur, Langbourne Williams, Jr.

    (Jim Beamiss, described in Billy Lord's 1977 letter, was Gerry Bemiss, the best friend of GHW Bush, and his father, Sam Bemiss, was the first cousin of both Langbourne Williams, Jr. and Langbourne's brother George Dandridge Williams, the father-in-law of Reader's Digest editor, Henry Hurt!)

    Time - Volume 71, Issues 14-26 - Page i
    ...Testified Freeport Sulphur's President Langbourne Williams (Jr.): "Mr. Beynon began to call us names, to threaten us with congressional investigations. He said, 'You reduce [the ore price] or I'll shut this plant down.....

    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb..../reps/hurt.htm

    1. Robert Hurt: b. 16 Jun 1969 New York, NY; U.S. Representative from VA ®

    http://www.dhr.virgi..._Nomination.pdf


    2. Henry Charles Hurt, Jr.: editor of Reader’s Digest; m. 2 Oct 1968 Rapidan, VA

    [Danville Register (Danville, VA), 4 Oct 1968: “The marriage of Miss Margaret Nolting Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Dandridge Williams of ‘The Campbell Field,’ Rapidan, to Henry Charles Hurt Jr., son of M. and Mrs. Henry Charles Hurt of Chatham, took place Wednesday, Oct. 2…in Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Rapidan…”]
    Harvard Alumni Bulletin - Volume 56, Issue 3 - Page 131

    https://books.google.com/books?id=B1bnAAAAMAAJ
    1953 - ‎Snippet view - ‎More editions
    Franklin Taylor Clark '12. Died in Tumaca- cori, Ariz., February 20, 1953. Formerly with E. W. Clark & Co., investments, Philadelphia, and a director, Mutual Savings Building & Loan Association; secretary and ... Married Nancy P. Sands, 1942.
    http://forum.assassinationofjfk.net/...ge-2#entry1352
    ...........
    Summary: After WWII, two USAAF Intel. officers come together in high ranking Life Magazine editorial positions.
    Thompson's son rises to the top at Reader's Digest, Edey's son employs Robert E Webster for the remainder
    of his working years, under this manager.: ...............
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    Peter Janney's uncle was Frank Pace, chairman of General Dynamics who enlisted law partners Roswell Gilpatric and Luce's brother-in-law, Maurice "Tex" Moore, in a trade of 16 percent of Gen. Dyn. stock in exchange for Henry Crown and his Material Service Corp. of Chicago, headed by Byfield's Sherman Hotel group's Pat Hoy. The Crown family and partner Conrad Hilton next benefitted from TFX, at the time, the most costly military contract award in the history of the world. Obama was sponsored by the Crowns and Pritzkers. So was Albert Jenner Peter Janney has preferred to write of an imaginary CIA assassination of his surrogate mother, Mary Meyer, but not a word about his Uncle Frank.

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    Two months later, it was quite obvious the DOJ had not reacted to Billy Lord's Feb, 1977 letter by directing the
    FBI to launch an investigation of the details of Billy Lord's complaint letter addressed to President Carter.:

    http://maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?...&relPageId=174


    May, 1977:

    http://maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=9941&search=schiappa_and+epstei n#relPageId=197&tab=page



    http://maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?...d=198&tab=page


    Weisberg was unable to obtain an unredacted copy displaying the names of the FBI agents, or he chose not
    to disclose that he was successful.:
    Item 08.pdf
    jfk.hood.edu/Collection/.../E%20Disk/.../Item%2008.pdf


    a request:received from Pam Butler of the "Reader's Digest". ,•(iftho is a§sisting Edward1J.iy .Epetain. fn connection With captioned book) for the identities and ...
    My analysis is that it is fortunate that there was an opportunity to install an unelected Ford and Rockefeller team
    in the White House, resulting in the appointment of Bush as DCI. Who knows how much more intense the rivalry (and bloodshed) would have been if the Rockefeller Williams Bush "partnership's" appetite for intelligence related to their potential exposure from the HSCA investigation and fallout resulting from the Pike committee investigation and Rep. Otis Pike's comments related to the emergence of the intelligence community governing in place of the checks and balances framed in the Constitution, had not been whetted.

    http://jfkfacts.org/tag/judge-richard-leon/Mother Jones has an interesting piece on the jurisprudential wisdom of Judge Richard J. Leon, the legal arbiter who sat in judgment of my FOIA lawsuit for JFK assassination records, Morley v. CIA.
    They say justice should be blind, and in my case Judge Leon truly was.



    1. Judge Leon's Dirty Climb to the Bench | Consortiumnews

      https://consortiumnews.com/2013/.../judge-leons-dirty-climb-to-the-benc...
    2. Dec 17, 2013 - U.S. District Judge Richard Leon is winning kudos across the political ... Leon was appointed to his lifetime judicial post by George W. Bush in 2002 ... of Madrid meetings by using an alibi for Casey that later turned out to be false. .... [For more details on the October Surprise case, see Robert Parry's Secrecy ...
    3. Taking a Bush Secret to the Grave | Consortiumnews

      https://consortiumnews.com/2011/09/.../taking-a-bush-secret-to-the-grav...



      Sep 27, 2011 - By Robert Parry ... In 1980, the home of Richard A. Moore. ... So, without verifying Bush's alibi, the House task force cleared Bush of going to Paris. ..... He succumbed to prostate cancer, according to his daughter Kate L. Moore

      Richard Moore, 81, Nixon Aide And Former Ambassador, Dies

      www.nytimes.com/.../richard-moore-81-nixon-aide...


      The New York Times


      Jan 29, 1995 - Richard A. Moore, a lawyer and communications executive who served ... by President George Bush and he served in Dublin until June 1992.

      Richard Moore was Skull & Bones, and here is his brother.:
      Their Will Be Done | Mother Jones

      www.motherjones.com/politics/1983/07/their-will-be-done


      Mother Jones


      So rich was this source of data that shortly after the war, the CIA created a special unit ... Casey and Haig are both members of the Knights of Malta, a legendary .... John D.J. Moore (who was ambas-sador to Ireland under Nixon and Ford), are .
    Tapped for Bones in 1935, Moore was Nixon's fixer and the anonymous alibi that gave Asst. minority counsel Richard Leon an excuse to "pressure" October Surprise investigation comm. chair Lee Hamilton to accept the alibi and end the investigation prematurely in July, 1992. ahead of Bush's November reelection bid, as Bush had demanded.
    In 1973, NY Times reported Moore's middle name in error.:
    http://jfk.hood.edu/Collection/White...te%2004656.pdf


    America prospers and "moves on" only when "the partnership" is feeling confident and secure. (see Bush v. Gore, 2000) The Iran-Contra investigation was Bonesmen investigating Bonesmen, and the 2004 election was Bones vs. Bones.

    It's all gonna be just fine ! The mere appearance of partisan tension makes many believe there is gridlock.





    AP Photo
    George W. Bush, Bill Clinton discuss campaign surrogacy, partisanship, grandkids

    By Annie Karni
    7/9/15 9:28 PM EDT





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    Peter Janney's uncle was Frank Pace, chairman of General Dynamics who enlisted law partners Roswell Gilpatric and Luce's brother-in-law, Maurice "Tex" Moore, in a trade of 16 percent of Gen. Dyn. stock in exchange for Henry Crown and his Material Service Corp. of Chicago, headed by Byfield's Sherman Hotel group's Pat Hoy. The Crown family and partner Conrad Hilton next benefitted from TFX, at the time, the most costly military contract award in the history of the world. Obama was sponsored by the Crowns and Pritzkers. So was Albert Jenner Peter Janney has preferred to write of an imaginary CIA assassination of his surrogate mother, Mary Meyer, but not a word about his Uncle Frank.

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    Of all the books she had the choice to be photographed holding, she selected a particularly heavy one, and it happened to be authored by Henry Hurt. Not particularly comforting to notice..



    Hmmm...... ???:

    "....There's talk on the street, it's there to Remind you, that it doesn't really matter which side you're on. You're walking away and they're talking behind you They will never forget you 'til somebody new comes along Where you been lately? There's a new kid in town ...."


    Posted 22 July 2015 - 10:53 PM

    Great post Pat!
    Just wanted to point out that your location for a lower head entrance is supported by Vince Palmara's recent post on Richard Lipsey's eyewitness testimony: .......
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    Peter Janney's uncle was Frank Pace, chairman of General Dynamics who enlisted law partners Roswell Gilpatric and Luce's brother-in-law, Maurice "Tex" Moore, in a trade of 16 percent of Gen. Dyn. stock in exchange for Henry Crown and his Material Service Corp. of Chicago, headed by Byfield's Sherman Hotel group's Pat Hoy. The Crown family and partner Conrad Hilton next benefitted from TFX, at the time, the most costly military contract award in the history of the world. Obama was sponsored by the Crowns and Pritzkers. So was Albert Jenner Peter Janney has preferred to write of an imaginary CIA assassination of his surrogate mother, Mary Meyer, but not a word about his Uncle Frank.

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    I think it was because of the title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DiEugenio View Post
    I think it was because of the title.
    Yeah, but how did she find that book in those piles? Two posts back, I proved that author Henry Hurt's father-in-law was the brother of Freeport Sulphur's Langbourne Williams and Bush's best friend Gerry Bemiss's father Sam of Richmond, VA and Kennebunkport, ME was Williams's first cousin.

    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb..../reps/hurt.htm

    1. Robert Hurt: b. 16 Jun 1969 New York, NY; U.S. Representative from VA ®

    http://www.dhr.virgi..._Nomination.pdf


    2. Henry Charles Hurt, Jr.: editor of Reader’s Digest; m. 2 Oct 1968 Rapidan, VA

    [Danville Register (Danville, VA), 4 Oct 1968: “The marriage of Miss Margaret Nolting Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Dandridge Williams of ‘The Campbell Field,’ Rapidan, to Henry Charles Hurt Jr., son of M. and Mrs. Henry Charles Hurt of Chatham, took place Wednesday, Oct. 2…in Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Rapidan…”]
    There were 180 million residents in the USA in 1960. Jock Whitney owned 80 percent of Freeport's stock shares. He grants lifelong residency on his LI estate to Bonesman Tex McCrary and McCrary's wife, Jinx. Jinx's aunt, her mother's sister, is the mother of Miss Priscilla's closest friend, Jane Macatee Davidson. McCrary's brother turned down his Bones tap, but he married D. Stewart Iglehart's (President of WR Grace) daughter.


    Tex McCrary's niece, the daughter of his brother Douglas McCrary and Stewart Igelhart's (Bonesman and Tex's close friend) sister, Wendy, married CIA agent Henry Reynolds Breck in 1973. :

    ....Other coincidences are that in 1964, Anthony A. Lapham married Burk Bingham, cousin of Jock Whitney. Henry R. Breck was not a member of Lapham's wedding party; not unusual since Breck and Lapham had not attended prep school (Groton v. Phillips Andover) college (Harvard v. Yale) or law school together (Oxford v. Georgetown).

    However, by 1973, as you can read in the article image of the wedding of Douglas A. McCrary's daughter Wendy and Henry R. Breck, Breck had become so close to Lapham that Breck is the godfather of Lapham's son, Nicholas, and Anthony Lapham is Breck's best man.

    The two men did not serve in the same branch of the military and the CIA's descriptions of their careers do not overlap, up to 1973, in any way......
    ......
    The Very Best Men: Four Who Dared: The Early Years of the CIA - Page 91
    books.google.com/books?isbn=0684825384
    Evan Thomas - 1996 - Preview - More editions
    "The Brits were the most bloodthirsty of all," said Henry Breck, Groton '54, a CIA case officer in India in the 1960s. "Of course, if you're in a real war you must fight hard — and the upper classes fight the hardest. They have the most to lose.


    Henry Breck s the godfather of bonesman Lewis Lapham's grandson. Lapham's son, Anthony was best man in Breck's wedding. Anthony Lapham's wife Burks' father was bonesman Harry Payne Bingham.

    Anthony A. Lapham was sponsored by bonesman David C. Acheson and then by bonesman George HW Bush.:

    Complete Oral History Package (930 KB) - Dcchs.org
    www.dcchs.org/DavidCAcheson/DavidCAcheson_Complete.pdf‎
    DAVID C. ACHESON. First Interview - January 27, 2010....
    The incestuous connections and the unlimited private wealth and access and influence to and over political power (policy and accountability) may explain a string of these mysteries. Maybe even why Edward Thompson of Reader's Digest ran Epstein and Hurt, while the son of Thompson's father's assistant at Life Magazine and in USAAF Intel duting WWII, Maitland Eddy, ended up hiring Robert E. Webster, and why Katherine Ford informed the FBI that Marina claimed she met LHO after he breezed into Moscow as a participant in the Science Exhibition. At the center of almost all Bush "events" are Jock Whitney or Godfrey Rockefeller, both Freeport directors, both Scroll & Key, which is how I came to post in your thread here in the first place.
    Harvard endowment fund invested heavily in Harken energy, propping up Alan Quasha who bought worthless Spectrum 7 from GW Bush. Godfrey's son-in-law Robert G Stone, Jr. took the criticism for the Harvard fund's violation of its own investment guidelines. Robert and Marion Rockefeller's daughter married William HG Fitzgerald's son.

    Oliver W Hammond was an usher in Fitzgerald's 1943 wedding, and Ernie Byfield, Jr. was best man. Hammond was an Arab Shield director, with Jack Chrichton. Hammond, his accounting partner, George Day (they wrote the book on the oil depletion allowance) took turns with Stewart Dyckman, serving as presidents of Dallas's small Harvard club.:

    .........
    Below is a thumbnail of an image file attachment. The image file is of the 1939 Citizenship Naturalization document of George A. Bouhe. It includes the names, addresses and signatures of two sponsors of Bouhe, Stewart Dyckman and Alexander Daniloff. Stewart Dyckman's parents were Willaim A. Dyckman, son of William H. and Naomi Dyckman of Orange, NJ, and Clare M. Stewart, daughter of Douglas Stewart of Ottawa, CA, and granddaughter of a Nova Scotia lumber baron from Scotland. The W.A. Dyckman house is preserved in Dallas.

    I expect that Bouhe went to Dallas at the behest of Stewart Dyckman.

    New York Times - Oct 31, 1960
    SEA CLIFF, L, I., Oct. 30u Alexander Daniloff of 48 Littleworth Lane, a translator at the United Nations for the last twelve years, died yesterday in the Community ...
    Peter Janney's uncle was Frank Pace, chairman of General Dynamics who enlisted law partners Roswell Gilpatric and Luce's brother-in-law, Maurice "Tex" Moore, in a trade of 16 percent of Gen. Dyn. stock in exchange for Henry Crown and his Material Service Corp. of Chicago, headed by Byfield's Sherman Hotel group's Pat Hoy. The Crown family and partner Conrad Hilton next benefitted from TFX, at the time, the most costly military contract award in the history of the world. Obama was sponsored by the Crowns and Pritzkers. So was Albert Jenner Peter Janney has preferred to write of an imaginary CIA assassination of his surrogate mother, Mary Meyer, but not a word about his Uncle Frank.

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