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    Malcolm Blunt should have a monument erected to him. I had never seen the following document before, but Blunt found it and Bart Kamp scanned it and sent it to me.

    The FBI had info that David Ferrie could be a suspect in the JFK case on 11/22/63. Which is before Jim Garrison did. They then learn that Ferrie probably knew Oswald. The FBI then begins to launch a preliminary investigation, telling the police intel officer that they would be interested in any more info on Oswald and his association with Ferrie. They then get it from other sources. That is the CAP.

    But then the agent, Mr. Sylvester, calls Washington for advice, that is Deke DeLoach. Almost instantly, the cover up gets snapped on. And who does the Bureau end up trusting? David Ferrie.

    Remarkable document which I had never seen before. The FBI was determined NOT to solve the JFK case. They then let Ferrie go and say it was only Garrison that was interested in him. Meanwhile this document shows they were also. Until the Washington boys said, forget it.

    https://kennedysandking.com/john-f-k...ie-on-11-22-63

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DiEugenio View Post
    Malcolm Blunt should have a monument erected to him. I had never seen the following document before, but Blunt found it and Bart Kamp scanned it and sent it to me.

    The FBI had info that David Ferrie could be a suspect in the JFK case on 11/22/63. Which is before Jim Garrison did. They then learn that Ferrie probably knew Oswald. The FBI then begins to launch a preliminary investigation, telling the police intel officer that they would be interested in any more info on Oswald and his association with Ferrie. They then get it from other sources. That is the CAP.

    But then the agent, Mr. Sylvester, calls Washington for advice, that is Deke DeLoach. Almost instantly, the cover up gets snapped on. And who does the Bureau end up trusting? David Ferrie.

    Remarkable document which I had never seen before. The FBI was determined NOT to solve the JFK case. They then let Ferrie go and say it was only Garrison that was interested in him. Meanwhile this document shows they were also. Until the Washington boys said, forget it.

    https://kennedysandking.com/john-f-k...ie-on-11-22-63
    Interesting article, Jim. Thanks for sharing. Too bad Steven Roy isn't around to see this. There was a thread on jfkfacts (22.09.18) about Ferrie that is worth viewing.

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    Thanks Mark.

    I did take a look at that thread, which was not bad until Roy and McAdams hopped on.

    BTW, if you look at Rolland's actual trial testimony, hard to say how Ferrie could have skated at that rink, since he did not pay the rental fees. Its also clear that he was trying to establish an alibi since every time he talked to Rolland he said his name first.

    Also, the FBI talked to Rolland a few days later. In other words, up until about the 29th, the Bureau was investigating Ferrie. Its pretty clear that then the marching orders were made clear: we do not want to be actively investigating this guy, since it will unveil a whole mare's nest of fishy circumstances.

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    BTW, I have decided to attend the CAPA conference in Dallas next month.

    And this is the subject I am going to be talking about: The FBI vs Jim Garrison.

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