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    A FB friend shared the following video with me. Quite some historical value for any history buff. I've yet to review it in its entirety, but listening in from the 6:28 mark to the 11:55 minute mark found it rather intriguing. Suffice it to say, the hidden government wouldn't want too many people watching/reading too much into this.

    Especially liked the very telling marks of an ex-Marine, scoffing at the mere thought of a bolt-action rifle being able to perform in the manner the Warren Commission spun amid its tangled web of deceit (amazing what some people will do/say for thirty pieces of silver).

    Am still trying to determine the full implications of what Bernado De Torres meant between the 11:35 -- 11:55 mark (he's right about his astute assessment of the Warren Commission's fairytale, but is he guilty of a Freudian Slip with what comes out of his mouth immediately afterwards?)

    Here, courtesy of some stellar journalism by the Wolfson Archives (Florida Moving Image Archives) is the video in its entirety ----> Click Here



    http://jfkact.org/




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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Ford View Post
    A FB friend shared the following video with me. Quite some historical value for any history buff. I've yet to review it in its entirety, but listening in from the 6:28 mark to the 11:55 minute mark found it rather intriguing. Suffice it to say, the hidden government wouldn't want too many people watching/reading too much into this.

    Especially liked the very telling marks of an ex-Marine, scoffing at the mere thought of a bolt-action rifle being able to perform in the manner the Warren Commission spun amid its tangled web of deceit (amazing what some people will do/say for thirty pieces of silver).

    Am still trying to determine the full implications of what Bernado De Torres meant between the 11:35 -- 11:55 mark (he's right about his astute assessment of the Warren Commission's fairytale, but is he guilty of a Freudian Slip with what comes out of his mouth immediately afterwards?)

    Here, courtesy of some stellar journalism by the Wolfson Archives (Florida Moving Image Archives) is the video in its entirety ----> Click Here



    Can't quite get how to download this. Running Linux Mint. Any suggestions?

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    Perhaps the actual link may suffice. Try clicking upon this, Mr. Coleman ---->

    http://www.wolfsonarchives.info/view...K9-1gw8CPnikQE
    http://jfkact.org/




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