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    I thought I would expand my questions and pass them off to some researchers who may have some answers, please, don't look at it as if you're doing me any favors, look at it like, you're doing some good for history. If anyone can fill in the blanks, God Bless you!

    1. Q) Did Alex Rorke work out of Flushing New York?
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    2. Q) Is 591-9472 Alex Rorke's home number?
    A)

    3. Q) Is EL-54800 Ext. 26 Alex Rorke's business number?
    A)

    4. Q) Is 16-20-76 Rd 212 Flushing's New York where Alex lived?
    A)

    5. Q) Can anyone clear up any of these questions thank you?
    A)

    Thank you!

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    Tosh knew Rorke.
    If there is no struggle there is no progress. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will.” - Frederick Douglass
    "Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who writes the laws. - Mayer Rothschild
    "Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience! People are obedient in the face of poverty, starvation, stupidity, war, and cruelty. Our problem is that grand thieves are running the country. That's our problem!" - Howard Zinn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Lemkin View Post
    Tosh knew Rorke.
    So did Frank, Sullivan & Kaiser, I'm not looking for people who knew him, I'm asking if any of the questions above can be answered by ANYONE? However, I will ask Tosh these questions, you may be right, he may know something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Kaiser View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Lemkin View Post
    Tosh knew Rorke.
    So did Frank, Sullivan & Kaiser, I'm not looking for people who knew him, I'm asking if any of the questions above can be answered by ANYONE? However, I will ask Tosh these questions, you may be right, he may know something?
    That is why I mentioned it...I doubt anyone here can answer that. Tosh or someone Tosh knows can - if they want to. FBI or CIA documents may contains this information - or old phone books one can get from libraries - but as an operative he may have hidden his phone number and address under false names - (or he may not have).

    Alexander Irwin Rorke, the son of Alexander Rorke, a Manhattan district attorney, was born on 9th August 1926. After graduating from St. John's University he attended the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service.
    During the Second World War Rorke served as a military intelligence specialist in the U.S. Army. He was responsible for the security of five German provinces and participated in the first postwar roundup of Communist agents in the Allied military zones of Germany.
    After the war Rorke married Jacqueline Billingsley, the daughter of Sherman Billingsley, the owner of the New York Stork Club. Rorke became a freelance newsman.
    According to a declassified FBI document, Rorke began working for the CIA in 1960. His contact officer was Commander Anderson of the United States Navy who was assigned to the CIA office in New York City. Rorke later joined Frank Sturgis, in attempts to overthrow the government of Fidel Castro in Cuba.
    On 19th December 1961, Rorke and Sturgis, who was known as Frank Fiorini at the time, were involved in a CIA operation that included dropping over 250,000 anti-Castro leaflets on Cuba. Rorke was later interviewed by the FBI about these anti-Castro activities. The FBI report on this interview stated: "Rorke advised that in the event Fiorini would be arrested for his anti-Castro activities, he, Rorke, having good connections with a well-known newspaper chain, will make plenty of trouble for those involved.For the information of the Bureau, the newspaper chain, will make plenty of trouble for those involved."
    Rorke and Geoffrey Sullivan made several flights over Cuba, including a bombing raid on a refinery area near Havana on 25th April 1963. Later that year Rorke began working for Luis Somoza, former president of Nicaragua. Jacqueline Rorke said her husband told her he was going to Mangua to see Somoza about opening an export-import business, but that he and Sullivan filed a flight plan in Fort Lauderdale for Panama. After refueling at Cozumel, they changed the flight plan to make Tegucigalpa, Honduras, their destination.
    Rorke and Sullivan and a passenger identified as Enrique Molina Garcia, took off from Fort Lauderdale, Florida on 24th September, 1963. Later that day their aircraft disappeared while flying over Cuba. According to a statement released by Sherman Billingsley: "They were last seen when they were kidnapped or captured and are being held by the agents of an unfriendly government or, possibly, by that government itself."
    Alexander Irwin Rorke was declared legally dead in 1968.
    Last edited by Peter Lemkin; 09-07-2017 at 04:33 PM.
    If there is no struggle there is no progress. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will.” - Frederick Douglass
    "Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who writes the laws. - Mayer Rothschild
    "Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience! People are obedient in the face of poverty, starvation, stupidity, war, and cruelty. Our problem is that grand thieves are running the country. That's our problem!" - Howard Zinn

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    Tom says:

    the Rorkes moved to 7 West 96th St. in Manhattan, NY and that address was still reported ( 124-90019-10341 )
    and described as Rorke's permanent address on 25 April, 1963. Manhattan residents, especially those raised to
    adulthood in that place seldom move to other boroughs. Unless both Rorke and in-law Sherman Billingsley were
    bankrupted simultaneously, Rorke would not have had a residence in Flushing. The family was evidently close knit.:

    Of course we can all count on Tom to dump his usual dumping and expect us to understand what it is he himself is trying to make heads or tails from, and rather than dumping the information where it belongs, he makes sure to take his sweet time, seek out my father's thread as if his metal determination is to discredit whatever he's trying so hard to do, which really I don't give a crap about Rorke's life story between 1955-59 when I'm talking 1962-63, and on August 28, 1962, a telephone call was received at the Miami office of the FBI from an individual who identified himself as Alex Rourke, a writer from New York City. Rourke said that the arms confiscated by the Department of Public Safety belonged to Laureano Batista Falla, and that the arms should be returned to Batista if some Federal agency would give Sergeant Clode permission to do so. Rourke requested the FBI to instruct Sergeant Clode to return these arms to Batista Falla. His request was declined.

    That phone call came from one of two places, home or place of work, and since it was made during the day, my best guess is that Rorke made that call from his office Ext. 26.

    Tom! Please STAY ON TOPIC, respond at the thread in which these questions are being asked, and get out from xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx!
    Last edited by Peter Lemkin; 09-09-2017 at 07:27 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Kaiser View Post
    Tom says:

    the Rorkes moved to 7 West 96th St. in Manhattan, NY and that address was still reported ( 124-90019-10341 )
    and described as Rorke's permanent address on 25 April, 1963. Manhattan residents, especially those raised to
    adulthood in that place seldom move to other boroughs. Unless both Rorke and in-law Sherman Billingsley were
    bankrupted simultaneously, Rorke would not have had a residence in Flushing. The family was evidently close knit.:

    Of course we can all count on Tom to dump his usual dumping and expect us to understand what it is he himself is trying to make heads or tails from, and rather than dumping the information where it belongs, he makes sure to take his sweet time, seek out my father's thread as if his metal determination is to discredit whatever he's trying so hard to do, which really I don't give a crap about Rorke's life story between 1955-59 when I'm talking 1962-63, and on August 28, 1962, a telephone call was received at the Miami office of the FBI from an individual who identified himself as Alex Rourke, a writer from New York City. Rourke said that the arms confiscated by the Department of Public Safety belonged to Laureano Batista Falla, and that the arms should be returned to Batista if some Federal agency would give Sergeant Clode permission to do so. Rourke requested the FBI to instruct Sergeant Clode to return these arms to Batista Falla. His request was declined.

    That phone call came from one of two places, home or place of work, and since it was made during the day, my best guess is that Rorke made that call from his office Ext. 26.

    Tom! Please STAY ON TOPIC, respond at the thread in which these questions are being asked, and get out from xxxxxxxxxxx!

    How STUPID is Tom? Really? That document says;

    Their check-out time was stamped as 12:22 p.m., April 24, 1963 and Registration Card No. 8612 reflected that Rorke and Laurean_Batista, 7 West 96th Street, New York City, checked into the hotel at 6:55 a.m., April 25th. Their check-out time was not time-stamped. They occupied Room 817.

    A monthly statement is sent to him (Rorke) at his permanent New York address, 7 West 96 Street. All of the above bills were charged to Rorke's account.

    Rorke made telephone calls from the "hotel room."

    Stupid here, sorry, I mean Tom believes it was his "permanent address"!
    Last edited by Peter Lemkin; 09-09-2017 at 07:28 PM.

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    A good reason why you Tom should always be believed, no reason to post the documents, just give us the number, because we believe you Tom, and you want to know why? Because, much like I am Tom, you're a truth teller, nah!

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    All kidding aside, there is one part I found very interesting in those documents, that is on April 24, 1963 the pilot of the plane and two other white males were there, working on the landing gear and radio of the plane. One of these men was an older man, either balding with very light colored, thin hair. Of course this black and white photo doesn't due any justice, however, he was 29 years old here, so, it's just a hunch, also, on August 15, 1963 back in Norwalk Connecticut he was arrested for Assault, this information came from BOP (Bureau of Prisons), with all his priors, and just being arrested in August for assault, how is it he was released just in time to film that presidents funeral when no one bailed him out?




    Signed Curious!


    I'm not sure if some of you are really understanding what it is I'm saying here, even if Edwin Kaiser did plead guilty to assault, and took a lesser charge, the minimum time required to spend in lock up alone would've been four months, that's (4) months, so.... How is it he was set free just before Kennedy was whacked, there's information on my father no one knows about, nor can ANYONE offer up any answers.
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    Last edited by Scott Kaiser; 09-08-2017 at 09:13 PM.

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    The next time I mention the word "researchers" I'll be sure to disclose Scully's name as not invited, lol....

    Sorry, I really had to get one more in there so Tom can work twice as hard and help me find my answers. Thanks Tom, I know you're working hard at it, keep up the good work!

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    John Newman has Alex in Apt 2-A, the document had Alex in room 871, you tell me?

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