Fitton's Time Machine


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Patch Kincaid's time travel to 1961 resulted in President Kennedy's assassination.

The sequel to 1961 begins with Patch in Dealey Plaza, selling CD’s and DVD’s of President Kennedy’s life. He is kidnapped and his mind altered as he is thrust through a new time portal back to 1963.

Patch enters the life of Lee Harvey Oswald. Oswald’s activities as well the events leading up to the Kennedy Assassination are footnoted in this unusual time travel novel.

Patch’s memory slowly returns and snaps in place on the morning of the Kennedy Assassination: November 22, 1963. Along with his friend Shari, Patch  try to stop the killing of the thirty- fifth president.


** 1963 is a footnoted and sourced novel that substantiates and documents the real activities of the real Lee Harvey Oswald in the summer and fall 1963.

1963 Footnotes

 

Chapter One

 

 

[1] The Warren Commission Report, Chapter One, Summary and Conclusions, pp. 18.

[1] The Search for Lee Harvey Oswald, Robert J. Groden, Penguin Studio Books: New York, pp. 101.

[1] Formerly the Texas School Book Depository Building, Marker #: 5113006895, 411 Elm Street, Dallas, Texas, Dedicated 1980.

[1] Enemy of the Truth, Myths, Forensics, and the Kennedy Assassination, Sherry P. Fiester, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 2012, pp. 223-4.

[1] John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, John F. Kennedy, Remarks at the Rudolph Wilde Platz, Berlin, June 26, 1963.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Rush to Judgment, Mark Lane, Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, New York, 1966, pp. 36–8.

[1] John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, John F. Kennedy, Remarks at the Rudolph Wilde Platz, Berlin, June 26, 1963.

[1] Rush to Judgment, Mark Lane, Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, New York, 1966, pp.  41.

 

 

Chapter Two

 

[1] Pont-Saint-Esprit poisoning: Did the CIA spread LSD?, BBC News, Mike Thomson, August 23, 2010.

 

 

Chapter Three

 

[1] Ultimate Sacrifice, Lamar Waldron and Thom Hartmann, Carroll & Graf Publishers: New York, 2005, pp. 246-59.

 

 

Chapter Four

 

[1] Kennedy, Theodore Sorensen, Bantam Books:, 1966, pp. 552-4.

[1]John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, John F. Kennedy, Televised Address to the Nation on Civil Rights, June 11, 1963.

[1] Ibid.

 

 

Chapter Six

 

 

[1] The Wall Street Journal, Electroconvulsive Therapy Found to Erase Distressing Memories, US News,

Gautam Naik, Dec. 22, 2013.  [email protected]

Biography

 Gautam Naik

[email protected]

Biography

 

[1] Ibid.

 

 

Chapter Eleven

 

 

[1] Baseball Almanac, Thursday, Miami, FL, July 25, 1963.

 

 

Chapter Fifteen

 

[1] Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye, Kenneth P. O’Donnell, David F. Powers, Joe McCarthy, Pocket Books: New York, 1973, pp. 434.

[1] Ibid.

[1] The Enterprise, JFK: 1963—Landmark Year for Civil Rights Struggles Ends in the Death of a President, Melissa Erickson, 2013.

 

Chapter Sixteen

 

 

[1] The Farmer’s Almanac, Peter Geiger, Saturday 20, 1963.

[1] William Clark Journal, November 7, 1805.

 

Chapter Seventeen

 

[1] Chevron Map of Los Angles, 1963.

[1] The American Experience, Clinton, PBS, 2012.

[1] Movietone News, Roger Sharpe, July, 1963.

 

 

 

Chapter Eighteen

 

[1] The Ruby Cover-up, Seth Kantor, Zebra Books: New York, 1978, pp. 40.

 

Chapter Twenty

 

 

[1] JFK and the Unspeakable, James W. Douglas, Orbis Books, Maryknoll: New York, 2008, pp. xxvi.

 

 

Chapter Twenty-One

 

 

[1] Crossfire, 2013 ed., Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 380.

[1] Ibid., pp. 381.

[1] Brothers, David Talbot, Free Press: New York, 2007, pp. 109.

[1] Wilderness of Mirrors, David C. Martin, The Lyons Press: Guilford, CT., 2003, pp. 139.

[1] The Mafia Killed President Kennedy, David E. Scheim, W. H. Allen: London, 1988, pp. 111.

 

Chapter Twenty-Two

 

[1] The Search of Lee Harvey Oswald, Robert Groden, The Penguin Books; 1st ed., 1995, pp. 179.

 

 

Chapter Twenty-Three

 

[1] Ibid., pp. 188.

[1] Someone Would Have Talked, Lester Hancock, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 1996, pp. 27.

[1] Warren Commission Report, Lewis McWillie, Appendix, 1159.

 

 

Chapter Twenty-Seven

 

 

[1] Revelation 19.63, Jefferson Morley, Washington Post, April 12, 2001.

[1] The Warren Commission, Exhibit 2477, pp. 669–70, FBI report, May 13, 1964, Interview of Evaristo Gilberto Rodriguem, New Orleans, LA.

 

 

Chapter Twenty-Eight

 

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 8069.

[1] Legend, The Secret World of Lee Harvey Oswald, Edward Jay Epstein, McGraw-Hill: New York, 1978, pp. 223.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 47097.

[1] Nexus, Larry Hancock, JFK Lancer Productions & Publications, Inc, 2011, Kindle Edition, Location 3001.

[1] The Testimony of Carlos Bringuier, April 7-8, 1964, at the Old Civil Courts Building, Royal and Conti Streets, New Orleans, La., by Mr. Wesley J. Liebeler, assistant counsel of the President’s Commission. Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. X—Page 32–37.

[1] NBC Radio Interview of Carlos Bringuier, November 22, 1963.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 4, Joan Mellen: New Orleans, 2013.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 47179.

 

 

 

Chapter Twenty-Nine

 

 

[1] A Hero For Our Time, An Intimate Story of the Kennedy Years, Ralph G. Martin, Macmillan Publishing: New York, 1983, pp. 526–7.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 4, Joan Mellen: New Orleans 2013.

[1] The Kennedy Conspiracy, Anthony Summers, Sphere, div. of Little and Brown: London, 1998, pp. 222–33.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 4, Joan Mellen: New Orleans 2013.

[1] Case Closed, Gerald Posner, Random House: New York, 1993, pp. 150.

[1] Legend, The Secret World of Lee Harvey Oswald, Edward Jay Epstein, McGraw-Hill: New York, 1978, pp. 224.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 4, Joan Mellen: New Orleans, 2013.

[1] NBC Radio Interview of Carlos Bringuier, November 22, 1963.

[1] FBI Interview of Carlos Bringuier, November 25, 1963, FBI Interview of Carlos Bringuier, November 27, 1963.

[1] Conspiracy, Anthony Summers, McGraw-Hill: New York, 1981, pp. 295.

[1] NBC Radio Interview of Carlos Bringuier, November 22, 1963.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 4, Joan Mellen: New Orleans, 2013.

 

 

Chapter Thirty

 

 

[1] Crime of the Century, Michael Kurtz, The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, TN, 1982, pp. 203, referencing an interview with George Wilcox.

 

Chapter Thirty-One

 

[1] John F. Kennedy Library and Museum, Abbie Rowe, White House Photographs, AR8072-A. President John F. Kennedy Meets with U.S. Ambassador to South Vietnam, Henry Cabot Lodge, August 15, 1963, Digital Identifier: JFKWHP-AR8072-A.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 7, Dick Russell: Richard Case Nagell, 2013.

[1] Our Man in Haiti, Joan Mellen, Trine Day Leaburg, OR., 2012 Kindle edition, 1992 document from the CIA’s own History Staff Shows Clay Shaw to be a paid CIA contract source, location 5722.

[1] HSCA Report, pp. 193–4.

[1] Farewell to Justice, Joan Mellen, Potomac Books: Washington, DC, 2005, pp. 46-47.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 573–4.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books; New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 47476.

[1] Who was Lee Harvey Oswald? Joan Mellen Lecture, The Wecht Institute, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, October 5, 2008.

[1] The Man Who Knew Too Much: Hired to Kill Oswald and Prevent the Assassination of JFK, Carroll & Graf; 2nd ed., New York, 2003, pp. 258.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 6205.

[1] In Search of Lee Harvey Oswald, Robert J. Groden, Penguin Studio Books: New York, pp. 75.

 

Chapter Thirty-One (con’t)

 

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury: London, Great Britain, 1993, optically enhanced analysis, pp. 141

 

 

Chapter Thirty-Two

 

[1] The Kennedy Conspiracy, Anthony Summers, Sphere, div. of Little and Brown: London, 1998, pp. 217.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 7, Dick Russell: Richard Case Nagell, 2013.

[1] WDSU transcript of taped interview between William K. Stuckey and Lee Harvey Oswald, August 17, 1963.

 

 

Chapter Thirty-Three

 

[1] A Farewell to Justice, Joan Mellen, Potomac Books: Washington, DC, 2005, pp. 54.

[1] Jim Garrison Interview, Playboy magazine, October 1967.

[1] Dr. Mary’s Monkey, Edward T. Haslam, TrineDay: Walterville, OR, 2007, pp. 193.

[1] Dr. Mary’s Monkey, Edward T. Haslam, TrineDay: Walterville, OR, 2007., pp. 207.

[1] Ibid., pp. 299.

[1] WDSU transcript of an audio-tape recording of Lee Oswald, August 21, 1963.

 

 

 

Chapter Thirty-Four

 

[1] Crime of the Century, Michael Kurtz, The University of Tennessee Press: Knoxville, TN, 1982, pp. 203.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 48301.

 

 

Chapter Thirty-Five

 

[1] Transcript, State of Louisiana v. Clay L. Shaw, Edwin Lee McGehee, February 6, 1969.

[1] PBS, Frontline, Who Was Lee Harvey Oswald?, Edwin Lee McGehee, November 2008.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Dr. Mary’s Monkey, Edward T. Haslam, TrineDay: Walterville, OR, 2007, pp. 56–7.

[1] Transcript, State of Louisiana v. Clay L. Shaw, Reeves Morgan, February 6, 1969

 

Chapter Thirty-Six

 

 

[1] State of Louisiana, Banister of New Orleans, Affidavit, John Manchester, Town Marshall, Clinton, Louisiana, 1967.

[1] Destiny Betrayed, James DiEugenio, Skyhorse Publishing; Second Edition, Kindle Edition, 2012, location: 2075.

[1] HSCA Document #008503.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 579.

[1] Signed statement to D.A., Clinton Registrar of Voters Henry Earl Palmer, May 29, 1967.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 48473.

[1] Destiny Betrayed, James DiEugenio, Skyhorse Publishing; Second Edition, Kindle Edition, 2012, location: 2125.

[1] A Farewell to Justice, Joan Mellen, Potomac Books: Washington, DC, 2005, pp. 220–1.

[1] A Farewell to Justice, Joan Mellen, Potomac Books: Washington, DC, 2005, pp. 220.

 

 

Chapter Thirty-Seven

 

 

[1] LBJ: The Mastermind of the JFK Assassination, Phillip K. Nelson, Skyhorse Publishing; 2nd Revised edition, 4091, 2011.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 549

[1] Not In Your Lifetime, Anthony Summers, Open Road Media: New York, 2013, pp. 268–80.

[1] Testimony of Adrian Alba, Warren Commission, Warren Commission Hearings. Volume X, pp. 223–9. April 6, 1964, at the Old Civil Courts Building, Royal and Conti Streets, New Orleans, La., by Mr. Wesley J. Liebeler, assistant counsel.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 549

[1] Ibid.

 

 

Chapter Thirty-Eight

 

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 586–7.

[1] U.S. House of Representatives, Subcommittee on the Assassination of John F. Kennedy of the Select Committee on Assassinations, Washington, DC, Executive Session, April 12, 1978.

[1] FBI Interview of Robert Mc Keown, January 24, 1964.

 

Chapter Forty

 

[1] The Last Investigation, Gaeton Fonzi, Thunder Mouth Press: New York, 1993, pp. 409–10.

[1] Oswald and the CIA, John Meyers, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2008, pp. 393.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar; Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 452.

[1] Oswald Talked, The New Evidence in the JFK Assassination, Ray and Mary La Fontaine, Pelican Press: Greta, LA, 1996, pp. 301.

[1] Crossfire, Jim Marrs, Carroll & Graf: New York, 1989, pp. 473.

[1] The Kennedy Conspiracy, Anthony Summers, Sphere, div. of Little and Brown:, London, 1998, pp. 217.

[1] Heritage of Stone, Jim Garrison, G.P. Putnam and Sons: New York, 1970, pp.140–1.

[1] The Last Investigation, Gaeton Fonzi, Thunder Mouth Press: New York, 1993, pp. 141.

 

 

Chapter Forty-One

 

 

[1] Crime of the Century, Michael Kurtz, The University of Tennessee Press: Knoxville, TN, 1982, pp. 203.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar:, Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 589.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 48274.

[1] House Select Committee on Assassinations, training film from the archives of Georgetown University, 1978.

[1] The Man Who Knew Too Much: Hired to Kill Oswald and Prevent the Assassination of JFK, Carroll & Graf: 2nd ed., New York, 2003, pp. 348.

[1] Crossfire, Jim Marrs, Carroll & Graf: New York, 1989, pp. 391–401.

[1] Ibid., pp. 262.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 590.

[1] Ibid., pp. 591.

[1] Ibid., pp. 576.

[1] Testimony of William Kirk Stuckey, Warren Commission, Volume XI, pp. 156.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 591.

 

Chapter Forty-Two

 

[1] The Chicago Independent, Edwin Black, November, 1975, pp. 5.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 8, Ted Yacucci, The Chicago Plot, 2013.

[1] The Chicago Independent, Edwin Black, November, 1975, pp. 4.

[1] JFK and the Unspeakable, James W. Douglas, Orbis Books, Maryknoll: New York, 2008, pp. 206.

[1] The Chicago Independent, November, 1975.

[1] Ibid., pp. 203.

[1] Ultimate Sacrifice, Lamar Waldron and Thom Hartmann, Carroll & Graf Publishers: New York, 2005, pp. 665.

 

Chapter Forty-Three

 

[1] Legacy of Secrecy, Lamar Waldron and Thom Hartmann, Counterpoint: Berkeley, CA, 2008, pp. 728.

[1] Ibid., pp. 309.

[1] Ultimate Sacrifice, Lamar Waldron and Thom Hartmann, Carroll & Graf Publishers: New York, 2005, pp. 279.

[1] An Odyssey for Truth and Justice, Ed McCarthy, Hudson Valley Press, May 14th, 2008.

 

[1] Someone Would Have Talked, Lester Hancock, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 1996, pp. 13.

[1] Legacy of Secrecy, Lamar Waldron and Thom Hartmann, Counterpoint: Berkeley, CA, 2008, pp. 266.

 

Chapter Forty-Four

 

 

[1] Mob Lawyer, Frank Ragano and Selwyn Raab, Charles Scribner’s Sons: New York, 1994, pp. 144.

[1] Alleged Assassination Plots Involving Foreign Leaders, November 20, 1975. pp. 147–48.

[1] Wilderness of Mirrors, David C. Martin, The Lyons Press: Guilford, CT., 2003, pp. 146.

[1] HSCA staff reports, Richard D. Mahoney p 174–175.

[1] Flawed Patriot: The Rise and Fall of CIA Legend Bill Harvey, Bayard Stockton, Potomac Books Inc.: 2006, pp. 132.

[1] Robert Kennedy and His Times, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., Houghton Mifflin Company: Boston, 1978, pp. 165.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Wilderness of Mirrors, David C. Martin, The Lyons Press: Guilford, CT., 2003, pp. 138.

[1] All American Mafioso, The Johnny Roselli Story, Charles Rappleye and Ed Becker, Doubleday: New York, 1993, pp. 231.

[1] Flawed Patriot: The Rise and Fall of CIA Legend Bill Harvey, Bayard Stockton, Potomac Books Inc.: 2006, pp. 52.

[1] A Hero For Our Time, An Intimate Story of the Kennedy Years, Ralph G. Martin, Macmillan Publishing: New York, 1983, pp. 434–5.

[1] Legacy of Secrecy, Lamar Waldron And Thom Hartmann, The Long Shadow of the JFK Assassination, Counterpoint: Berkley, CA, 2009, pp. 59

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 7, Dick Russell: Richard Case Nagell, 2013.

 

 

Chapter Forty-Seven Eight

 

[1] Dr. Mary’s Monkey, Edward T. Haslam, TrineDay: Walterville, OR, 2007, pp. 61.

[1] Jim Garrison Interview, Playboy magazine, October 1967.

[1] On the Trail of Assassins, Jim Garrison, Warner Books: New York, 1988, pp. 128.

[1] A Farewell to Justice, Joan Mellen, Potomac Books: Washington, DC, 2005, pp. 349.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 596.

[1] On The Trail of the Assassins, Jim Garrison, Warner Books: New York, 1988, pp. 177–8.

 

 

Chapter Forty-Seven Eight

 

 

[1] The Man Who Knew Too Much, Dick Russell, Carroll & Graf, 2003, pp. 1.

[1] Ibid., pp. 248.

[1] Destiny Betrayed, James DiEugenio, Skyhorse Publishing; Second Edition, Kindle Edition, 2012, location: 2190.

[1] On The Trail Of the JFK Assassins, Skyhorse Publishing, New York, 2008, pp. 160.

[1] The Man Who Knew Too Much, Dick Russell, Carroll & Graf, 2003, pp. xvii–xviii.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar:, Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 913.

[1] Ibid., pp. 296.

[1] Not In Your Lifetime, Anthony Summers, Open Road Media, New York, New York, 2013, pp. 257–258.

[1] Destiny Betrayed, James DiEugenio, Skyhorse Publishing; Second Edition, Kindle Edition, 2012, location: 3606.

[1] Ibid., 2238.

[1] Ibid., pp. 259–60.

[1] Ibid., 2402.

[1] Ibid. pp. 261–2

[1] Ibid., 3573.

[1] Ibid., pp. 264–5

[1] A Farewell to Justice, Joan Mellen, Potomac Books: Washington, DC, 2005, pp. 153–4.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books, New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 47633.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 543.

[1] Richard Case Nagell, Electronic Assassinations Newsletter, Dick Russell, (author), Issue #2 New Discoveries in the Recently Released Assassination Files, 2000.

[1] The Taking of America, 1-2-3, Richard E. Sprague, Updated Third Edition, Private Printing, 1985, pp. 35–6.

[1] Oswald Talked, The New Evidence in the JFK Assassination, Ray and Mary La Fontaine, Pelican Press: Greta, LA, 1996, pp. 109.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 415–6.

[1] Ibid., 535.

[1] Conspiracy, Anthony Summers, McGraw-Hill; New York, 1981 pp. 311–3.

[1] Destiny Betrayed, James DiEugenio, Skyhorse Publishing: Second Edition, Kindle Edition, 2012, location: 3573.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 7, Dick Russell: Richard Case Nagell, 2013.

[1] Mrs. Paine’s Garage, Thomas Mallon, Pantheon Books: New York2002, pp. 12

[1] JFK and the Unspeakable, Why he Died and Why it Matters, James W. Douglas, Orbis Books, Maryknoll: New York, 2008, pp. 170.

[1] Destiny Betrayed, James DiEugenio, Skyhorse Publishing: Second Edition, Kindle Edition, 2012, location: 4147.

[1] Ibid., 3573.

[1] Ibid., 4458.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 19, Jim DiEugenio, The Paines, 2013.

[1] On the Trail of the JFK Assassins, Dick Russell, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2010, Chapter 24.

[1] First Hand Knowledge, Robert D. Morrow, S.P.I. Books: 1992, pp. 205.

[1]Fabian Escalante, Cuban Officials and JFK Historians Conference, December 7, 1995.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 51206.

[1] Nexus, Larry Hancock, JFK Lancer Productions & Publications, Inc.: 2011, Kindle Edition, Location 3063.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 591.

[1] The American Experience, Sam Halpern, CIA Operations Officer, written and directed by David Grubin,

[1] The Plot to Kill the President, G. Robert Blakey and Richard Billings, New York Times: New York, 1981, pp. 313

[1] Warren Commission Report, Appendix XIII, Biography of Lee Harvey Oswald, Page 730.

[1] Oswald and the CIA, John Meyers, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2008, pp. 346–7.

[1] Warren Commission Report, Exhibit 2754, FB Report 20535, June 12, 1964.

[1] ZR RIFLE, The Plot to Kill Kennedy and Castro, Claudia Furiati, Ocean Press: Melbourne, Australia, 1995, pp. 72–3.

[1] WDSU transcript of an audio-tape recording of Lee Oswald, August 21, 1963.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 262.

[1] Act of Treason, Mark North, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2001, pp. 342.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar:, Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 614.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar Ltd:, Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 912–3.

[1] Otto Otepka, Robert F. Kennedy, Walter Sherman, and Lee Oswald, Joan Mellen, September 4, 2007.

[1] The Man Who Knew Too Much, Dick Russell, Carroll & Graf, 2003, pp. 287.

[1] On the Trail of the JFK Assassins, Dick Russell, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2010, Chapter 24.

[1] John F. Kennedy Library, WH-218, Address to the General Assembly of the United Nations, John F. Kennedy, September 20, 1963.

[1] Ibid.

[1] The Man Who Knew Too Much, Dick Russell, Carroll & Graf, 2003, pp. 1–3

 

 

Chapter Forty-Seven Eight (con’t)

 

 

[1] Ibid., pp. 1.

[1] Richard Case Nagell, Letter to J. Lee Rankin, Chief Counsel for the Warren Commission, March 20, 1964.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 7, Dick Russell: Richard Case Nagell, 2013.

 

Chapter Forty-Seven Nine

 

 

[1] Marina and Lee, Priscilla Johnson McMillan, Harper and Row: New York, 1977, pp. 370.

 

 

Chapter Fifty

 

 

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar Ltd: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 604–5.

[1] Oswald’s Tale, Norman Mailer, Random House: New York, 1995, pp. 623.

 

 

Chapter Fifty-One

 

 

[1] FBI Airtel: SAC San Antonio to J. Edgar Hoover, December 6, 1963. FBI Airtel from SAC Dallas to SAC New Orleans and SAC Houston, December 10, 1963.

[1] Warren Commission Exhibit 2121, FBI Airtel from SAC, San Antonio to Director, December 3, 1963.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar Ltd: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 614–6

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 5, John Armstrong: Mexico City 2013.

[1] Warren Commission Exhibit 2482, FBI Airtel from San Antonio to Director, May 15, 1964.

[1] 1963 Enco Oil Map of Mexico.

[1] Ibid, pp. 616.

[1] 1963 Enco Oil Map of Mexico.

[1] Pamela Mumford, Warren Commission Testimony, Warren Commission Vol. XI, pp. 221.

[1] The Kennedy Conspiracy, Anthony Summers, Sphere, div. of Little and Brown: London, 1998, pp. 227.

[1] The Warren Commission, APPENDIX XIII, pp. 733.

[1] Testimony of Pamela Mumford, Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. XI, pp. 215–224

[1] Ibid.

 

 

Chapter Fifty-Two

 

 

[1] 1963 Enco Oil Map of Mexico.

[1] Warren Commission Exhibit 2121, pp. 55.

[1] PBS, Frontline, Who Was Lee Harvey Oswald?, Mexico Trip, November 2008.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 5, John Armstrong: Mexico City 2013.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 5, John Armstrong: Mexico City 2013.

 

 

Chapter Fifty-Three

 

 

[1] Interview of Gaeton Fonzi, HSCA, The Murder of JFK: A Revisionist History, Mathew White, MPI Media Group, 1999.

[1] Brothers, David Talbot, Free Press: New York, 2007, pp. 224.

[1] Ibid., pp. 225.

[1] Ibid., pp. 226.

[1] Cold Warrior, Tom Mangold, Simon and Schuster: New York, 1991, pp. 31.

 

Chapter Fifty-Three (con’t)

 

 

[1] Someone Would Have Talked, Lester Hancock, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 1996, pp. 234–5.

[1] Wilderness of Mirrors, David C. Martin, The Lyons Press: Guilford, CT, 1980, pp. 144.

[1] JFK: The Cuba Files, Fabian Escalante Ocean Press:, New York, 2006, pp. 163.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar:, Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 432.

[1] Mary Bancroft Obituary, Godfrey Hodgson, The Independent: London, United Kingdom, 17 February 1997.

 

 

 

Chapter Fifty-Four

 

 

 

[1] Legend, The Secret World of Lee Harvey Oswald, Edward Jay Epstein, McGraw-Hill: New York, 1978, pp. 223., pp. 234.

[1] Not In Your Lifetime, Anthony Summers, Open Road Media: New York, 2013, pp. 357.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 6, Jim DiEugenio: The Odio Incident, 2013.

[1] The Road to Dallas, David Kaiser, The Belknap Press of Harvard University: Cambridge, MA, 2008, pp. 238–60.

[1] House Select Committee on Assassinations Hearings Volume X, pp. 18–35.

[1] Warren Commission Hearings, Volume XI, Testimony of Sylvia Odio, pp. 368.

[1] FBI report NO--1660.

[1] Warren Commission Exhibit 2137, FBI Report, FBI report dated January 6,1964, at San Antonio, Tex., of efforts to locate persons with knowledge of travel by Oswald on or about September 26 and October 3,1963, CD 388, pp. 1–21.

[1] FBI Report, DL 10461, December 7, 1963.

[1] FBI Interview, Agent Wallace Heitman, Document, DL-105-1740, May 25, 1964.

[1] On the Trail of JFK Assassins, Dick Russell, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2008, pp. 159.

[1] Ibid., pp. 156.

[1] The Man Who Knew Too Much, Dick Russell, Carol & Graf Publishers: New York, 1992, 45–6.

[1] Ibid., p. 163–4.

[1] Ibid., 448–9.

[1] Bill Simpich interview, J.F.K. Conversations, Mexico City, 2013.

[1] Someone Would Have Talked, Lester Hancock, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 1996, pp. 41.

[1] Ibid.

 

Chapter Fifty-Five

 

 

[1] JFK: The Cuba Files, Fabian Escalante, Ocean Press: New York, 2006, pp. 116–33.

[1] The Warren Commission, Volume 24, Exhibit 2123.

[1] The Lopez Report, p 194

[1] JFK and the Unspeakable, Why he Died and Why it Matters, James W. Douglas, Orbis Books, Maryknoll: New York, 2008, pp. 78.

[1] Oswald and the CIA, John Meyers, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2008, pp. 172.

[1] The Man Who Knew Too Much, Dick Russell, Carol & Graf Publishers: New York, 1992, pp. 371.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 267. (Dick Russell Interview of Robert Webster, 1996.)

[1] Oswald and the CIA, John Meyers, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2008, pp. 183.

[1] The Man Who Knew Too Much, Dick Russell, Carroll & Graf: New York, 1992 pp. 315.

 

 

Chapter Fifty-Six

 

 

[1] The Kennedy Assassination Encyclopedia, John Simkin, Kindle Edition, 2012, location 277406–277407.

[1] Night Watch, David Atlee Phillips, Atheneum: New York, 1977, pp. 113.

[1] Compulsive Spy, Tad, The Viking Press: New York, 1974, pp. 96.

[1] Bill Simpich interview, J.F.K. Conversations, Mexico City, 2013.

[1] Someone Would Have Talked, Lester Hancock, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 1996, pp. 41.

[1] The Dual Plot, Greg Parker, August 12, 2011.

[1] Spymaster, My Life With The CIA, Ted Shackley, Potomac Books: Washington, DC, 2005, pp. 50, vv.

[1] The Kennedy Assassination Encyclopedia, John Simkin, Kindle Edition, 2012, location 2014.

[1] E. Howard Hunt Interview, Saint John Hunt, April 3, 2005.

[1] JFK: The Cuba Files, Fabian Escalante Ocean Press:, New York, 2006, pp. 122.

[1] Our Man in Mexico City, Winston Scott and the Hidden History of the CIA, Jefferson Morley, University of Kansas Press, 2008, pp. 182–3.

[1] Ibid., pp. 181.

[1] The Man Who Knew Too Much, Dick Russell, Carroll & Graf: 2003, pp. 316–7.

[1] Our Man in Mexico City, Winston Scott and the Hidden History of the CIA, Jefferson Morley, University of Kansas Press, 2008, pp. 208–11.

[1] Bill Simpich interview, J.F.K. Conversations, Mexico City, 2013.

[1] On the Trail Of Assassins, Dick Russell, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2008, pp. 69–70.

[1] Joan Mellen, Key West Citizen, Key West Florida, September 2, 2005.

[1] On the Trail of JFK Assassins, Dick Russell, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2008, pp. 216.

 

 

Chapter Fifty-Seven

 

 

[1] Bill Simpich interview, J.F.K. Conversations, Mexico City, 2013.

[1] JFK and the Unspeakable, Why He Died and Why It Matters, James W. Douglas, Orbis Books, Maryknoll: New York, 2008, 234–5.

[1] Ibid., pp. 235.

[1] Khrushchev Remembers, The Glasnost Tapes, Little and Brown and Company: Boston, 1990. pp. 170.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid., pp. 171.

[1] Ibid., pp. 177.

[1] John F. Kennedy Library and Museum, National Security Action Memorandum # 263, October 11, 1963.

[1] JFK, The CIA, Vietnam, and the Plot to Assassinate John F. Kennedy, L. Fletcher Prouty, Skyhorse Publishing:New York, 1996, pp. 257.

[1] The Storm has many Eyes, Henry Cabot Lodge, W.W. Norton and Company: New York, 1963, pp. 210.

[1] The Bell-McClure Syndicate, Drew Pierson, Merry-Go-Round Release, Monday October 21, 1963.

[1] Brothers, David Talbot, Free Press: New York, 2007, pp. 108.

[1] JFK and the Unspeakable, Why He Died and Why It Matters, James W. Douglas, Orbis Books, Maryknoll: New York, 2008, 222.

[1] Compulsive Spy, The Strange Career of E. Howard Hunt, Tad Szulc, The Viking Press: New York, 1974, pp. 99.

[1] There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom, An Invitation to Enter a New Field of Physics, Richard P. Feynman, Annual meeting of the American Physical Society at the California Institute of Technology at Caltech, December 29th 1959.

 

 

Chapter Fifty-Eight

 

[1] Richard Feynman Lecture, The Character of Physical Law, The Distinction of Past and Future, Messenger Lectures at Cornell University, 1964.

[1] Baseball Almanac, Los Angeles Dodgers vs New York Yankees, October 3, 1963 Box Score.

[1] Pont-Saint-Esprit poisoning: Did the CIA spread LSD?, BBC News, Mike Thomson, August 23, 2010.

 

 

Chapter Fifty-Nine

 

 

[1] The Last Investigation, Gaeton Fonzi, Thunder Mouth Press: New York, 1993, pp. 126.

[1] Blood, Money and Power, Barr McClellan, Hanover House, 2003, pp. 188.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 51487.

[1] Act of Treason, Mark North, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2011, pp. 322.

[1] Not In Your Lifetime, Anthony Summers, Open Road Media: New York, 2013, pp. 354 .

[1] Ibid.

[1] Someone Would Have Talked, Lester Hancock, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 1996, pp. 380.

[1] Playboy Magazine, The Jim Garrison Interview, vol. 14 no. 10, October 1967.

[1] Conspiracy, Anthony Summers, McGraw-Hill: New York, 1981, pp. 393.

[1] Legend, The Secret World of Lee Harvey Oswald, Edward Jay Epstein, McGraw-Hill: New York, 1978, pp. 239.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 744.

[1] The Associated Press, November 28, 1963..

[1] The Second Oswald, Richard Popkin, Avon Books, 1966, Kindle Edition: location: 1103.

[1] FBI # 124-18-10240, Agency File Number 62-109060-1542, 11/26/63

[1] FBI # 124-10241-10364, Agency File Number 62-2115-248, 12/05/63.

[1] FBI # 124-10229-10425, Agency File Number 62-2115-170, 11/29/63.

[1] Warren Commission Hearings, Volume II, Testimony of Linnie Mae Randle, Vol. II—Page 245–251.

[1] Me and Lee, Judyth Vary Baker, Trine Day LLC, Leaburg: Oregon, 2010, pp. 401.

[1] Legend, The Secret World of Lee Harvey Oswald, Edward Jay Epstein, McGraw-Hill: New York, 1978, pp. 209.

[1] Crime of the Century, Michael Kurtz, The University of Tennessee Press: Knoxville, TN, 1982, pp. 220.

[1] JFK: The Cuba Files, Fabian Escalante Ocean Press: New York, 2006, pp. 32.

[1] John F. Kennedy, 62nd News Conference, State Department Auditorium, Washington, DC, October 9, 1963.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

 

 

Chapter Sixty

 

 

[1] Wilderness of Mirrors, David C. Martin, The Lyons Press:, Guilford, CT., 2003, pp. 146.

[1] Ibid., pp. 138.

[1] All American Mafioso, The Johnny Rosselli Story, Charles Rappleye and Ed Becker, Doubleday: New York, 1993, pp. 147.

[1] Ibid., pp. 224.

[1] Brothers, David Talbot, Free Press:, New York, 2007, pp. 109.

[1] Ibid., pp. 230–231

[1] Mob Lawyer, Frank Ragano and Selwyn Raab, Charles Scribner’s Sons: New York, 1994, pp. 142.

[1] Warren Commission Exhibit 2448, FBI Interview of Mrs. Level T. Penn, December 5, 1963, pp. 269.

[1] Our Man in Mexico, Winston Scott and the Hidden History of the CIA, Jefferson Morley, University of Kansas Press: 2008, pp. 177.

[1] Mafia Kingfish, Carlos Marcello and the Assassination of John F. Kennedy, John H. Davis, New American Library: New York, 1989, pp. 160.

[1] Legacy of Secrecy, The Long Shadow of the JFK Assassination, Lamar Waldron and Thom Hartmann, Counterpoint: Reprint edition, 2009, pp. 65.

 

 

Chapter Sixty-One

 

[1] Testimony of Roy Truly, Warren Commission Hearings, Volume III, pp. 214.

[1] Warren Commission Testimony of Earlene Roberts, Warren Commission Hearings: Volume VI, 1964, Page 444.

[1] Bill Simpich interview, J.F.K. Conversations, Mexico City, 2013.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 33, The Commission and Agent Oswald, 2013.

[1] Hit List: An In-Depth Investigation into the Mysterious Deaths of Witnesses to the JFK Assassination, Richard Belzer and David Wayne, Skyhorse Publishing: 2013. Kindle Edition, location 5600.

[1] Last Word, Mark Lane, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2011, pp. 295.

 

 

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid..

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

 

Chapter Sixty-Two

 

 

[1] Mafia Kingfish, Carlos Marcello and the Assassination of John F. Kennedy, John W. Davis, New American Library: New York, 1989, pp. 82.

[1]Decker, A Biography of Sheriff Bill Decker of Dallas County, 1888–1970, Jim Gatewood, Mullaney Corporation: Garland, TX, 1999. pp. 270–1

[1] John F. Kennedy Library and Museum, HR 7544, Summary of the Kennedy Three Year Legislative Record.

[1] Mafia Kingfish, Carlos Marcello and the Assassination of John F. Kennedy, John W. Davis, New American Library: New York, 1989, pp. 123.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Blood, Money and Power, Barr McClellan, Hannover House: New York, 2003 pp. 188.

[1] The Kennedy Contract, The Mafia Plot to Assassinate the President, John W. Davis, Harper Paperbacks: New York, 1993, pp. 198–9.

[1] They’ve Killed The President, Robert Sam Anson, Bantam Books: New York, 1975, pp. 304.,

[1] Not In Your Lifetime, Anthony Summers, Open Road Media: New York, 2013, pp. 226.

[1] Sandy Koufax Awards, Cy Young Award, Baseball Almanac.

[1] Shout, Phillip Norman, Warner Books: New York, 1981, pp. 248–9.

[1] Turner Classic Movies, He Walked By Night, 1948, Jeff Stafford.

[1] The Ruby Cover-up, Seth Kantor, Zebra Books: New York, 1978, pp. 323–32.

[1] Someone Would Have Talked, Lester Hancock, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 1996, pp. 335.

[1] The Mafia Killed President Kennedy, David E. Scheim, W. H. Allen, London, 1988, pp.110.

[1] House Of Representatives, Select Committee On Assassinations, Deposition Of Russell Douglas Matthews, April 3, 1978.

[1] Ibid.

[1] United Press International article, Russ still Mooning Allen Dulles Says, October 29, 1963.

 

[1] The Grassy Knoll Report Joe Williams Amazon Digital Services., Kindle Edition, 2013.

 

Chapter Sixty-Three

 

 

[1] Ultimate Sacrifice: John and Robert Kennedy, the Plan for a Coup in Cuba, and the Murder of JFK,

Lamar Waldron, Top of Form

Thom Hartmann, Carroll & Graf Publishers: 1st ed., 2005 pp. 738.

[1] Not In Your Lifetime, Anthony Summers, Open Road Media: New York, 2013, pp. 346–7.

[1] Crime of the Century, Michael Kurtz, The University of Tennessee Press: Knoxville, TN, 1982, pp. 220.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 53735.

[1] Whitewash, The Report of the Warren Report, David Weisberg, Hyattstown, MD, 1965, pp. 145.

[1] The Second Oswald, Richard Popkin, Avon Books: 1966, Kindle Edition: location: 1190.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 53901.

[1] The Grassy Knoll Report Joe Williams Amazon Digital Services., Kindle Edition, location: 1031.

[1] The Echo from Dealey Plaza, Abraham Bolden, Three Rivers Press: New York, pp. 55.

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury: London, Great Britain, 1993, optically enhanced analysis, pp. 7.

 

 

Chapter Sixty-Four

 

 

[1] JFK, The CIA, Vietnam, and the Plot to Assassinate John F. Kennedy, L. Fletcher Prouty, Birch Lane Press: 1992, p 257.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 744.

[1] Not In Your Lifetime, Anthony Summers, Open Road Media: New York, 2013, pp. 79.

[1] Ibid., pp. 617.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 52028.

 

 

Chapter Sixty-Five

 

 

[1] Not In Your Lifetime, Anthony Summers, Open Road Media: New York, 2013, pp. 289.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 52028.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 807.

[1] Warren Report, Exhibit 2650.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 56732.

[1] HSCA, Volume 9, Possible Associations between Jack Ruby and Organized Crime, pp. 188–196.

[1] John L. Smith, Las Vegas Review-Journal, July 23, 2013.

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 372.

[1] Assignment Oswald, James P. Hosty, Jr., Arcade Publishing: New York, 1996, pp. 104.

[1] Not In Your Lifetime, Anthony Summers, Open Road Media: New York, 2013, pp. 348.

[1] Warren Commission Report, APPENDIX XVI, A Biography of Jack Ruby, Page 802.

[1] Legacy of Secrecy, The Long Shadow of the JFK Assassination, Lamar Waldron and Thom Hartmann, Counterpoint: Kindle Edition, 2009, location 1750.

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 467.

 

 

Chapter Sixty-Six

 

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 300.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 716.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 55223.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown,

Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 53302.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 51445.

[1] Into the Nightmare, Joseph McBride, Hightower Press: 2013, pp. 280.

[1] Ibid., pp. 569.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 871.

[1] Joseph McBride Interview with Len Osanic Black Op Archives show # 642.

[1] They’ve Kill Our President, Jesse Ventura, Dick Russell, David Wayne, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2013. Kindle Edition: Location 3779.

[1] Harvey and Lee, John Armstrong, Quasar: Arlington, TX, 2003, pp. 745–6.

[1] Crime of the Century, Michael Kurtz, The University of Tennessee Press: Knoxville, TN, 1982, pp. 221.

[1] Ibid., pp. 220.

[1] The Second Oswald, Richard Popkin, Avon Books: 1966, Kindle Edition: location: 1220.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 54160.

[1] Ibid., location: 1119.

[1] Ibid., 880.

[1] Conspiracy, Anthony Summers, McGraw-Hill: New York, 1981, pp. 402.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 54662.

[1] Crime of the Century, Michael Kurtz, The University of Tennessee Press: Knoxville, TN, 1982, pp. 221.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 55278.

[1] Interview with Edgar Tippit, Joseph McBride Interview with Len Osanic Black Op Archives show # 642.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 15943.

[1] Letter to ARRB Chairman John Tunheim, JFK Assassination Records Review Board, Marina Oswald Porter,

April 19, 1996

 

Chapter Sixty-Seven

 

 

[1] JFK, a Thousand Day, United States Information Agency, David L. Wolper producer, narrated by Richard Basehart, JFK landing at Guy Lopez Field, November 18, 1963.

[1] Treachery in Dallas, Walt Brown, Carroll & Graf Pub; 1st ed., 199, pp. 77.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 54691.

[1] John F. Kennedy Library and Museum, Remarks in Tampa, Florida on the 50th Anniversary of Scheduled Air Service, 18 November 1963, JFKWHA-243-001.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Dallas Morning News, Obituaries, July 21, 2013.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Conspiracy, Anthony Summers, McGraw-Hill: New York, 1981, pp. 404.

[1] Cecil Stoughton photo: JFK’s motorcade through Tampa, November 18, 1963, Mary Ferrell Foundation, C401-23-63.

 

Chapter Sixty-Eight

 

 

[1] FBI statement of Corinne Burgess, FBI SA Leland A. Lynn, 44-2064, November 26, 1963.

[1] IMDb Date Base, The Patty Duke Show, Season 1, Episode 10, November 20, 1963.

[1] HSCA Volume X, Materials Related to Rose Cheramie, pp. 199–205.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 9, Jim DiEugenio: Rose Cherami 2013.

[1] The Murder of JFK: A Revisionist History, Mathew White, MPI Media Group: 1999.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 56786.

 

Chapter Sixty-Nine

 

 

[1] Dallas Morning News, November 21, 1963.

[1] Crossfire, Jim Marrs, Carroll & Graf, New York, New York, 1989, pp. 270.

[1] The Record, Suburban Trends, New Jersey, November 21, 1963 Edition.

[1] Jesse Curry address, November 20, 1963, The Murder of JFK: A Revisionist History, Mathew White, MPI Media Group, 1999.

 

Chapter Seventy

 

 

[1] The Last Investigation, Gaeton Fonzi, Thunder Mouth Press: New York, 1993, pp. 98–9.

[1] They’ve Kill Our President, 63 Facts That Prove a Conspiracy to Kill JFK, Jesse Ventura, Dick Russell, David Wayne, Skyhorse Publishing: 1 edition, 2013, pp. 729.

[1] Last Word, Mark Lane, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2011, pp. 58–9.

[1] Ibid., pp. 57–60.

[1] Ibid., pp. 59.

[1] The Last Investigation, Gaeton Fonzi, Thunder Mouth Press: New York, 1993, pp. 98–9.

[1] Bill Kelly research, November 21, 1963, The Cabana Motor Hotel, Dallas, Texas, article: October 27, 1998.

[1] The Ruby Cover-up, Seth Kantor, Zebra Books: New York, 1978, pp. 78.

[1] JFK and the Unspeakable, Why He Died and Why It Matters, James W. Douglas, Orbis Books, Maryknoll: New York, 2008, 362.

 

 

 

Chapter Seventy-One

 

 

[1] Killing Kennedy, Bill O’Reilly, Henry Holt and Co., First Printing Edition, 2012, pp. 256–61.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book I: Dynasty, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 55303.

[1] John F. Kennedy Library and Museum, Remarks at Aero-Space Medical Health Center dedication, San Antonio, Texas, 21 November 1963, JFKPOF-048-017.

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury: London, Great Britain, 1993, optically enhanced analysis, pp. 164.

[1] The Death of a President 1963, William Manchester, Harper and Row Publishers: New York, 1967, pp. 149.

[1] The Assassination Tapes, George O’Toole. Penthouse Press Ltd.: New York, 1975, pp. 197–206.

[1] Whitewash, The Report of the Warren Report, David Weisberg, Hyattstown, MD, 1965, pp. 17.

[1] Accessories After The Fact, The Warren Commission, the Authorities, and the Report, Silvia Meagher, Vintage Books: New York, 1967, pp. 52–9.

[1] The Last Words of Lee Harvey Oswald, compiled by Mae Brussel.

 

 

 

Chapter Seventy-Two

 

[1] Warren Commission Testimony of S.M. Holland, April 8, 1964.

[1] Rush to Judgment, Mark Lane, Holt, Rinehart and Winston: New York, 1966, pp. 29.

[1] Ibid., pp. 29–30.

[1] JFK and the Unspeakable, Why He Died and Why It Matters, James W. Douglas, Orbis Books, Maryknoll: New York, 2008, 254–7.

[1] Rush to Judgment, Mark Lane, Holt, Rinehart and Winston: New York, 1966, pp. 31.

[1] Beyond The Fence Line, The Eyewitness Account of Ed Conners and the Murder of President Kennedy, CainJ. Quinlan & Brian K. Edwards, JFK Lance Productions: Southlake, T, 2008, pp. 32.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Oswald’s Tale, Norman Mailer, Random House: New York, 1995, pp. 671.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode10, Colonel L. Fletcher Prouty, First Words, 2013.

[1] The Ruby Cover-Up, Seth Kantor, Zebra Books: New York, 1978, pp. 84.

[1] Conspiracy, Anthony Summers, McGraw-Hill: New York, 1981, pp. 478.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book II: Death, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 2274-2303.

 

 

Chapter Seventy-Three

 

 

[1] The Day Kennedy Was Shot, Jim Bishop, Funk and Wagnalls: New York, 1968, pp. 121.,

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 28.

[1] Transcript Channel 2, Dallas Police Department, Communications, 11:37 am–12:40 pm, November 22, 1963.

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 19.

[1] JFK: The Cuba Files, The Untold Story of the Plot to Kill Kennedy (Secret War), Fabian Escalante

Ocean Press: 2006, pp. 164–5,

[1] Testimony of Arnold Rowland, Warren Commission Hearings, Volume II, pp. 165.

[1] Warren Commission CE 2089, FBI interview, Ruby Henderson by SAs James Ward and Robert Basham, December 5, 1963, Warren Commission Volume 24, pp. 524,

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 19.

[1] Carolyn Walther statement, The Warren Report: Part 1, CBS Television, June 25, 1967.

[1] John Powell Statement, Conspiracy, Anthony Summers, McGraw-Hill: New York, 1981, pp. 74–75.

[1] Bronson Film of the Kennedy Assassination, facing north toward TSBD, November 22, 1963.

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury: London, Great Britain, 1993, optically enhanced analysis, pp. 206–207.

[1] Crossfire, Jim Marrs, Carroll & Graf: New York, 1989, pp. 42–4.

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books: Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 43.

[1]The Day Kennedy Was Shot, Jim Bishop, Funk and Wagnalls: New York, 1968, pp. 121.

[1] Rush to Judgment, Mark Lane, Holt, Rinehart and Winston: New York, 1966, pp. 102–8.

[1] The Day Kennedy Was Shot, Jim Bishop, Funk and Wagnalls: New York, 1968, pp. 123

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 28.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Robert Hughes Film of the Kennedy Assassination.

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury Publishing: London, 1993, pp. 17.

[1] Associated Press photographer James W. Altgens photo, November 22, 1963.

[1] The Girl on the Stairs, Jerry Ernest, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, the Amazon group of companies, Seattle, WA, 2011, pp. 14.

[1] Not In Your Lifetime, Anthony Summers, Open Road Media: New York, 2013, pp. 60.

[1] Tom Dillard Photograph, November 22, 1963.

[1] Tina Towner Film of the JFK Assassination, motorcade turning onto Elm Street, November 22, 1963.

[1] Abraham Zapruder Film, Frame 017, November 22, 1963.

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 245.

[1] Testimony of Mrs. Robert A. Reid Warren Commission Hearings, Volume III, pp. 274–-281.

[1] Veteran’s Today, Military and Foreign Affairs Journal, Dr. James H. Felzer, February 26, 2013.

[1] Testimony of Marion L. Baker, Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. III, pp. 242

[1] FBI Report, DL-89-43, Statement by Carolyn Arnold, November 26, 1963.

[1] Warren Commission Hearings: Volume VI, Testimony of Miss Victoria Elizabeth Adams, pp. 387.

[1] The Girl on the Stairs, Jerry Ernest, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, the Amazon group of companies, Seattle, WA, 2011, pp. 366.

[1] Crossfire, Jim Marrs, Carroll & Graf: New York, 1989, pp. 51.

[1] Last Word, Mark Lane, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2011, pp. 16.

[1] Testimony of Deputy Sheriff Eugene Boone, Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. III, pp., 291–295.

[1] Seymour Weitzman, Affidavit in Fact, State of Texas, County of Dallas, November 22, 1963.

[1] Deputy Sheriff Roger D. Craig, When They Kill A President, 1971.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book II: Death, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 2951.

[1] Ibid., Location: 2978.

[1] Testimony of Lee E. Bowers, Jr., Warren Commission Hearings: Volume VI, pp. 285.

[1] Transcript of Video Interview with Chauncey Marvin Holt, Houston, Texas, John Craig, Phillip Rogers, Gary Shaw, Transcribed by William E. Kelly, edited by Raquel Baranow. October 19, 1991.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Robert Hughes Film, Frame 543, November 22, 1963.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 16, James Fetzer: The Secret Service, 2013.

[1] The Guns of Dallas, L. Fletcher Prouty, Gallery Magazine, October, 1975, James Altgens Photograph Taken at 12:30 pm in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas, 22 November 1963.

[1] Zapruder Film, Frame 140.

[1] Dr. James H. Fetzer Lecture: What Happened To JFK And Why It Matters Today, University of Wisconsin-Madison, November 22, 2011.

[1] James Altgens Photo, The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury Publishing: London, 1993, pp. 30–1.

[1] Beyond the Fence Line, Casey J. Edwards and Brian K. Edwards, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 2008, pp. 32–3.

[1] Warren Commission Testimony, Tom C. Dillard, Dillard Photograph of the sixth floor TSBD, April 1, 1964.

[1] Beyond the Fence Line, Casey J. Edwards and Brian K. Edwards, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 2008, pp. 32–3.

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury Publishing: London, 1993, pp. 50.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Abraham Zapruder Film, frame 177.

[1] Jim Marrs Lecture, Hilton Garden Inn, Dallas, Texas, October 20, 2013.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode10, Colonel L. Fletcher Prouty, First Words, 2013.

[1] Ibid., Frame 200.

[1] Not In Your Lifetime, Anthony Summers, Open Road Media: New York, 2013, pp. 8.

[1] Testimony of Amos Lee Euins, Warren Commission Hearings: Volume II, pp. 207.

[1] Zapruder Film, frames 207–241.

[1] Ibid., frames 227–243.

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury Publishing: London, 1993, pp. 25.

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 61.

[1] Zapruder Film, frames 200.

[1] Ibid., Frames 160-162.

[1] Not In Your Lifetime, Anthony Summers, Open Road Media: New York, 2013, pp. 8.

[1] Warren Commission testimony of Secret Service Agent Roy Kellerman, Warren Commission Hearings, Volume II, pp. 75.

[1] Zapruder Film, frames 154–155.

[1] Enemy of the Truth, Myths, Forensics, and the Kennedy Assassination, Sherry P. Fiester, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 2012, pp. 260–307.

[1] Tom Dillard Photograph, November 22, 1963.

[1] Dr. James H. Fetzer Lecture: What Happened To JFK And Why It Matters Today, University of Wisconsin-Madison, November 22, 2011.

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury Publishing: London, 1993, pp. 36.

[1] Zapruder Film, frame 225.

[1] Ibid., frame 236.

[1] Ibid., frame 225.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book II: Death, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 4325.

[1] Enemy of the Truth, Myths, Forensics, and the Kennedy Assassination, Sherry P. Fiester, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 2012, pp. 271–8..

[1] Joe West, Legal Investigator, notes of conversation with Thomas Evan Robinson, Gawler’s Funeral Home mortician, Investigator’s Notebook, May 26, 1992.

[1] Zapruder Film, frames 275–300.

[1] Testimony of Jame Tague, Warren Commission Hearings, Volume VII, pp. 552–558.

[1] Testimony of Dr. Cyril H. Wecht, Coroner, Allegany County, PA., HSCA Hearings, Volume I, 1978, pp. 332–366.

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury Publishing: London, 1993, pp. 26.

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury Publishing: London, 1993, pp. 27.

[1] Ibid., frame 236.

[1] Testimony of Gov. John Connally, Warren Commission Hearings, Vol. IV, Page 133.

[1] Orville Nix Film of the Kennedy Assassination.

[1] Interview of Senator Ralph Yarborough, Crossfire, Jim Marrs, Carroll & Graf: New York, 1989, pp. 482.

[1] Survivor’s Guilt, Vincent Michael Palamara, Trine Day, 2013, pp. 188.

[1] Zapruder Film, frame 291–296.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book II: Death, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 9935.

[1] Testimony of S.M. Holland, Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. VI, Page 239–248.

[1] Beyond the Fence Line, Casey J. Edwards and Brian K. Edwards, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 2008, pp. 32–3.

[1] J.T. Price Voluntary Statement, Not Under Arrest Form No. 86, November 22, 1963, Sheriff’s Department, County of Dallas, Texas.

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 58.

[1] Ibid., pp. 228.

[1] Murder in Dealy Plaza, James H. Fetzer, Catfeet Press: Chicago, IL., 2000, pp. 41.

[1] Sherry Fiester senior Dallas Crime Scene Investigator, CSI & JFK crime scene discussion, Brent Holland Show.

[1] Dr. James H. Fetzer Lecture: What Happened To JFK And Why It Matters Today, University of Wisconsin-Madison, November 22, 2011.

[1] Survivor’s Guilt, Vincent Michael Palamara, Trine Day: 2013, pp. 188.

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 88

[1] Enemy of the Truth, Myths, Forensics, and the Kennedy Assassination, Sherry P. Fiester, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 2012, pp. 258–9.

[1] Ibid., pp. 232.

[1] Testimony of Earl V. Brown, Warren Commission Hearings, Volume VI, pp. 231–235.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book II: Death, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 9823.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 25, The Head Wound, 2013.

[1] (nature of a radical skull fracture) Enemy of the Truth, Myths, Forensics, and the Kennedy Assassination, Sherry P. Fiester, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 2012, pp. 252.

[1] Zapruder Film, frame 313.

[1] Dr. James H. Fetzer Lecture: What Happened To JFK And Why It Matters Today, University of Wisconsin-Madison, November 22, 2011.

[1] J F K: A Conspiracy of Silence, Charles A. Crenshaw, Jens Hansen, J. Gary Shaw, Signet, 1992, pp. 78–9.& 0 more

 

[1] Enemy of the Truth, Myths, Forensics, and the Kennedy Assassination, Sherry P. Fiester, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 2012, pp. 219–59.

[1] Abraham Zapruder Film, frames 312–21.

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 13–14.

[1] Testimony of Dr. Cyril H. Wecht, Coroner, Allegany County, PA., HSCA Hearings, Volume I, 1978, pp. 346–347.

[1] Ibid., frames 343-393.

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury Publishing: London, 1993, pp. 36.

[1] Last Word, Mark Lane, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2011, pp. 109.

[1] Murder In Dealey Plaza, Dr. James L. Felzer, Open Court, 2000, pp. 155,

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book II: Death, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 6070.

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 234.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Interview of Meyers Arnold, Crossfire, Jim Marrs, Carroll & Graf: New York, 1989, pp. 78.

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury Publishing: London, 1993, pp. 86–8.

[1] The Death of a President 1963, William Manchester, Harper and Row Publishers: New York, 1967, pp. 156.

[1] Dr. James H. Fetzer Lecture: What Happened To JFK And Why It Matters Today, University of Wisconsin-Madison, November 22, 2011.

[1] Beyond the Fence Line, Casey J. Edwards and Brian K. Edwards, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 2008, pp. 32–3.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book II: Death, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 5855.

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury Publishing: London, 1993, pp. 46–61,

[1] Ibid., pp. 50.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Beyond the Fence Line, Casey J. Edwards and Brian K. Edwards, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 2008, pp. 32–3.

[1] Michael Canfield interview of Seymour Weitzman and photo identification of Bernard Barker.

[1] Legacy of Secrecy, The Long Shadow of the JFK Assassination, Lamar Waldron and Thom Hartmann, Counterpoint: Reprint edition, 2009, pp. 794.

[1] JFK and the Unspeakable, Why He Died and Why It Matters, James W. Douglas, Orbis Books, Maryknoll: New York, 2008, 262–6.

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 63.

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury Publishing: London, 1993, pp. 55.

[1] Crossfire, Jim Marrs, Carroll & Graf: New York, 1989, pp. 49.

[1] Malcolm Couch film, from one of the camera cars following Kennedy’s limo, November 22, 1963.

[1] The Malcolm Couch film, November 22, 1963.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Rush to Judgment, Mark Lane, Holt, Rinehart, and Winston: New York, 1966, pp. 39.

[1] Testimony of James Tague, Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. VII—pp. 552–558.

[1] The Plot to Kill the President, G. Robert Blakey and Richard Billings, New York Times: New York, 1981, pp. 106.

[1] HSCA Hearings of acoustics evidence, HSCA Report, Volume V, 1978, pp. 499–728.

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 60–1.

[1] They Killed Our President: 63 Facts That Prove a Conspiracy to Kill JFK, Jesse Ventura, Jesse Ventura (Author)

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Dick Russell, David Wayne, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, Kindle Edition, Location: 505.

[1] Someone Would Have Talked, Jerry Hancock, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 1996, pp. 394.

[1] Testimony of Sheriff Roger D. Craig, Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. VI—Page 260–273.

[1] Deadly Secrets, The CIA-MAFIA War Against Castro and the Assassination of JFK, Warren Hinckle & William Turner, Thunder Mouth Press: New York, 1992, pp. 248.

[1] The Ruby Cover-up, Seth Kanto, Zebra Books: New York, 1978, pp. 79.

[1] The Killing of a President, Robert J. Groden, Bloomsbury Publishing: London, 1993, pp. 60–1.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book II: Death, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 6670.

[1] JFK, The CIA, Vietnam, and the Plot to Assassinate John F. Kennedy, L. Fletcher Prouty, Birch Lane Press: 1992, pp. 366.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book II: Death, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 7609.

[1] Dallas Police Channel 2, Sargent D.V. Harkness, November 22, 1963, 12:36 pm.

[1] The Echo from Dealey Plaza, Abraham Bolden, Three Rivers Press: New York, pp. 72.

[1] Joseph McBride, Black ops Radio conversation with Len Osanic, referring to Doug Horn’s interview of a CIA photographic specialist, August 1, 2013.

[1] Coincidence or Conspiracy, Bernard Fensterwald, JR, Zebra Books: 1977, pp. 444–6.

[1] Dallas Police Channel 1, Dispatcher, November 22, 1963, 12:45 pm.

[1] L. Fletcher Prouty interview, 1989.

[1] Dallas Police Channel 2, Dispatcher, November 22, 1963, 12:45 pm.

[1] L. Fletcher Prouty, 1989 interview, verification of Lansdale in Dealey Plaza, letter from General Victor H. Krulak.

[1] Colonel L. Fletcher Prouty Discusses Dealey Plaza, November 22, 1963, 1989.

[1] Testimony of Victoria Elizabeth Adams, Warren Commission Hearings, Volume VI, pp. 393.

Chapter Seventy-Four

 

 

[1] As the World Turns, CBS soap opera, November 22, 1963.

[1] Walter Cronkite Reporting, CBS News. November 22, 1963.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

 

Chapter Seventy-Five

 

 

[1] Case Closed, Gerald Posner, Random House: New York, 1993, pp. 281.

[1] Dallas Police Transmissions, November 22, 1963.

[1] Richard Carr testimony, Staff Report of the Select Committee on Assassinations, March 1979.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book II: Death, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 37800.

[1] The Grassy Knoll Report Joe Williams Amazon Digital Services., Kindle Edition, 2013.

[1] Enemy of the Truth, Myths, Forensics, and the Kennedy Assassination, Sherry P. Fiester, JFK Lancer Productions: Southlake, TX, 2012, pp. 303–6.

[1] Accessories After The Fact, The Warren Commission, the Authorities, and the Report, Silvia Meagher, Vintage Books: New York, 1967, pp. 75–85.

[1] The last Words of Lee Harvey Oswald, Compiled by Mae Brussell.

[1] NBC News, November 22, 1963.

[1] The Assassination Tapes, George O’Toole. Penthouse Press Ltd.: New York 1975, pp. 157.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Last Word, Mark Lane, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2011, pp. 16.

[1] Seeds of Doubt: Some Questions About the Assassination, Jack Minnis and Staughton Lynd, The New Republic, December 21, 1963.

[1] The Assassination Tapes, George O’Toole. Penthouse Press Ltd.: New York, 1975, pp. 149.

[1] They’ve Kill Our President, Jesse Ventura, Dick Russell, David Wayne, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2013, Lloyd H. Hitchcock Analysis, location 2130.

[1] The Day Kennedy Was Shot, Jim Bishop, Funk and Wagnalls: New York, 1968, pp. 314–6.

[1] Last Word, Mark Lane, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2011, pp. 16.

[1] CBS News Coverage, Andrew Air Force Base arrival of President Johnson, November 22, 1963.

[1] Warren Commission Hearings: Volume II, pp. 211–245, Buell Wesley Frazier, interviewed by Joseph Ball before the Warren Commission, July 24, 1964.

[1] Warren Commission Hearings: Volume VI, pp. 373–382, Testimony of Jack Edwin Dougherty, 10:50 a.m., on April 8, 1964, in the office of the U.S. attorney, 301 Post Office Building, Bryan and Ervay Streets, Dallas, Tex., by Mr. Joseph A. Ball, assistant counsel of the President’s Commission.

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter Seventy-Six

 

 

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] The Assassination Tapes, George O’Toole. Penthouse Press Ltd.: chart NO. 5009, New York, 1975.

[1] The Last Words of Lee Harvey Oswald, Compiled by Mae Brussell.

[1] Black Op Radio, Len Osanic, 50 Reasons for 50 Years, Episode 27, Oswald in Custody, 2013.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book II: Death, Walt Brown, Vigliano Books: New York, 2013, Kindle Edition, location: 7609.

[1] Paul Harvey, News and Comment, Paul Harvey, November 22, 1963.

[1] Last Word, Mark Lane, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2011, pp. 16.

 

 

 

Chapter Seventy-Seven

 

 

[1] CBS News Live Coverage of President John F. Kennedy’s Assassination, Saturday November 23, 1963.

[1] On the Trail of the JFK Assassins, Dick Russell, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 2010, Chapter 24.

 

 

Chapter Seventy-Eight

 

 

[1] The Assassination Tapes, George O’Toole. Penthouse Press Ltd.: NO. 5009, New York, 1975, pp. .

[1] The Assassination Tapes, George O’Toole. Penthouse Press Ltd.: New York, 1975, pp. 144–52.

[1] Murder From Within, Fred Newcomb and Perry Adams interview of Harry Holmes,(unpublished manuscript):  1974.

 

[1] Ultimate Sacrifice, Lamar Waldron and Thom Hartmann, Carroll & Graf Publishers: New York, 2005, pp. 734.

[1] Crossfire, 2013 Edition, Jim Marrs, Basic Books; Revised Edition, 2013, pp. 99.

[1] Ibid.

 

Chapter Seventy-Nine

 

 

[1] Case Closed, Gerald Posner, Random House: New York, 1993, pp. 395.

[1] The Death of a President 1963, William Manchester, Harper and Row Publishers: New York, 1967, pp. 521.

[1] In Search of Lee Harvey Oswald, Robert J. Groden, Penguin Studi Books: New York, pp. 188.

[1] They’ve Killed The President, Robert Sam Anson, Bantam Books: New York, 1975, pp. 223.

[1] Case Closed, Gerald Posner, Random House: New York, 1993, pp. 394.

[1] Warren Commission Hearings, Testimony of Jack Ruby, Volume V, pp. 199.

[1] House Select Committee on Assassinations, Gaeton J. Fonzi, House Committee on Assassination Investigator, Patricia M. Orr researcher.

[1] Ibid.

 

 

Chapter Eighty-Two

 

 

[1] Destiny Betrayed, James DiEugenio, Skyhorse Publishing: Second Edition, Kindle Edition, 2012, location: 219.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Interview of Gaeton Fonzi, HSCA, The Murder of JFK: A Revisionist History, Mathew White, MPI Media Group, 1999.

[1] Ibid., location 290.

[1] Ibid., location 208.

[1] JFK, The CIA, Vietnam, and the Plot to Assassinate John F. Kennedy, L. Fletcher Prouty, Skyhorse Publishing: New York, 1996, pp. 19.

[1] Flawed Patriot: The Rise and Fall of CIA Legend Bill Harvey, Bayard Stockton, Potomac Books Inc.: 2006, pp

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