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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Blackman View Post
    Must be an echo!

    He was expelled from NTS?

    [FBI 26-425217-36 2 pages] In August 1975, my father arranged for an illegal arms shipment to a Nicaraguan anti-Castro training base, and frequently talked of uniting the White Russian refugees for military operations against Cuba.

    Constantine Boldyreff was the founder of NTS (National Alliance of Russian Solidarists) and a senior leader of the group. Boldyreff joined the newly formed émigré anti-communist party, the Narodno-Trudovoi Soiuz (NTS) or National Alliance of Russian Solidarists. Its activities were directed against the communist regime in the Soviet Union.

    Just what was my father doing with the founder of the NTS?

    https://www.archives.gov/files/resea...0002-10084.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Kaiser View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Blackman View Post
    Must be an echo!
    A typo in your original link, but I was able to figure it out. Needs an https or http, but not both!
    Cheers.

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    Page three - Cuban criminal assets witnessed disembarking a flight the day after JFK's murder. The flight had allegedly disembarked from Dallas.

    https://www.archives.gov/files/resea...0013-10165.pdf

  4. #135

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Thorne View Post
    Page three - Cuban criminal assets witnessed disembarking a flight the day after JFK's murder. The flight had allegedly disembarked from Dallas.

    https://www.archives.gov/files/resea...0013-10165.pdf
    Gee, I wonder if any of that has anything to do in connection with November 22, 23 and 24 regarding the (3) documents I've already posted, can you hear me now? Lol....

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    Take a look at a the names on the file slip.

    Looks like more of Phillips' and Goodpasture BS.

    And I have also since found out that Scott was a part of this, although I do not know if its a big part.

    But man he dumped some BS on Slawson when the WC was there in April.

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    NOVEMBER 9, 2017 | WHOWHATWHY STAFF


    NATIONAL ARCHIVES RELEASES 13,000+ JFK RECORDS

    Photo credit: Adapted by WhoWhatWhy from CIA / Wikimedia and National Archives.
    The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) just released the largest number of JFK assassination files it has released thus far this year — 13,213 mostly CIA files — but then introduced a frustrating wrinkle, raising doubts about the coherence of the process and about their intent.
    NARA’s press office released the following statement with the files:
    The majority of the documents released today were released previously in redacted form. The versions released today were prepared by agencies prior to October 26, 2017, and were posted to make the latest versions of the documents available as expeditiously as possible. Released records are available for download.
    On October 26, 2017, President Donald J. Trump directed agencies to re-review each and every one of their redactions over the next 180 days. As part of that review process, agency heads were directed to be extremely circumspect in recommending any further postponement of information in the records. Agency heads must report to the Archivist of the United States by March 12, 2018, any specific information within particular records that meets the standard for continued postponement under section 5(g)(2)(D) of the JFK Act. The Archivist must then recommend to the President by March 26, 2018, whether this information warrants continued withholding after April 26, 2018. The records included in this public release have not yet been re-reviewed by the agencies as part of that process and have not been reviewed by the National Archives.[Emphasis added]
    Upon brief inspection, it appears that all of the files so far examined still contain redactions.
    If the files have not been re-reviewed yet by either the specific agencies (such as the CIA, FBI, and NSA) or the National Archives themselves, then one wonders why they would release them now in their present redacted form. It’s Alice in Wonderland time.
    Only four of the files are classified as fully-withheld, meaning that the public had never seen them before. Two of the files are from the NSA, and two are from the CIA. One of the CIA files is labeled “Actividades De ‘LEE HARVEY OSWALD’, EN MEXICO” (Activities of Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico) and is written entirely in Spanish.
    A full 48 out of 52 pages are completely redacted.



    https://www.archives.gov/files/resea...0535-10001.pdf
    Not a promising start to the new era of “draining the swamp.”
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  7. #138

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DiEugenio View Post
    Take a look at a the names on the file slip.

    Looks like more of Phillips' and Goodpasture BS.

    And I have also since found out that Scott was a part of this, although I do not know if its a big part.

    But man he dumped some BS on Slawson when the WC was there in April.
    There is nothing new since most of the dumping had to do with the Russian and Mexico trip they say Oswald took, I said it before, the Mexican trip was reported just minutes after the assassination. That was Scott.

    AND, Scott, Fortson and others knew POYLE was the man in the photos passing off as the Oswald look a like. I'm done repeating myself.

  8. #139

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Lemkin View Post
    NOVEMBER 9, 2017 | WHOWHATWHY STAFF


    NATIONAL ARCHIVES RELEASES 13,000+ JFK RECORDS

    Photo credit: Adapted by WhoWhatWhy from CIA / Wikimedia and National Archives.
    The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) just released the largest number of JFK assassination files it has released thus far this year — 13,213 mostly CIA files — but then introduced a frustrating wrinkle, raising doubts about the coherence of the process and about their intent.
    NARA’s press office released the following statement with the files:
    The majority of the documents released today were released previously in redacted form. The versions released today were prepared by agencies prior to October 26, 2017, and were posted to make the latest versions of the documents available as expeditiously as possible. Released records are available for download.
    On October 26, 2017, President Donald J. Trump directed agencies to re-review each and every one of their redactions over the next 180 days. As part of that review process, agency heads were directed to be extremely circumspect in recommending any further postponement of information in the records. Agency heads must report to the Archivist of the United States by March 12, 2018, any specific information within particular records that meets the standard for continued postponement under section 5(g)(2)(D) of the JFK Act. The Archivist must then recommend to the President by March 26, 2018, whether this information warrants continued withholding after April 26, 2018. The records included in this public release have not yet been re-reviewed by the agencies as part of that process and have not been reviewed by the National Archives.[Emphasis added]
    Upon brief inspection, it appears that all of the files so far examined still contain redactions.
    If the files have not been re-reviewed yet by either the specific agencies (such as the CIA, FBI, and NSA) or the National Archives themselves, then one wonders why they would release them now in their present redacted form. It’s Alice in Wonderland time.
    Only four of the files are classified as fully-withheld, meaning that the public had never seen them before. Two of the files are from the NSA, and two are from the CIA. One of the CIA files is labeled “Actividades De ‘LEE HARVEY OSWALD’, EN MEXICO” (Activities of Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico) and is written entirely in Spanish.
    A full 48 out of 52 pages are completely redacted.



    https://www.archives.gov/files/resea...0535-10001.pdf
    Not a promising start to the new era of “draining the swamp.”

    Yeah, no kidding they were posted several hours before this was even typed up.

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    Except for what Anthony Thorne found that I say is a great find, thanks Anthony I just added that to my collection making it complete now.

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