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    RFK Jr: JFK Doesn't Believe Lone Gunman Theory

    I saw this story and thought it was interesting.

    RFK Jr: JFK Doesn't Believe Lone Gunman Theory

    RFK Thought Warren Commission Was 'Shoddy Work'

    Even Kennedy family members do not believe the official Democrat story that covered up the 1963 assassination connections to the crime syndicates. In the article, RFK Jr reveals that both Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby has numerous telephone conversations with mob figures prior to the JFK assassination.

    We know that Joe Kennedy (the father to the Kennedy boys) made a deal with the mob to get JFK elected in exchange for a 'hands off the mob' policy if JFK was elected. As a result, over 10,000 dead people voted for Kennedy in Chicago and who knows how many in other cities. It was probably one of the most fraudulent elections in history. Nonetheless, it was also the closest election in US history.

    After getting elected, JFK appointed his brother, Robert (RFK), to the position of Attorney General. RFK almost immediately started prosecuting mob figures. One of the major theories about the assassinations of both Kennedy brothers is that they were done in retaliation for reneging on the promises made by their father. RFK was assasinated in 1968 as he campaigned for president.

    Joe Kennedy was probably one of the biggest scoundrels in American political history, even though he was never elected to any office. He was friends with FDR, who appointed him as US ambassador to England and later as the first head of the FTC. He was also a bootlegger who had ships loaded with scotch waiting off the coast as Prohibition was being repealed. The common misconception is that he made his millions in the bootlegging business, but that is not true according to the book, The Sins of the Father by Ronald Kessler. According to Kessler, Joe Kennedy made his millions using insider trading as the first head of the FTC. At that time, insider trading was not illegal. His abuses were so egregious that it resulted in the establishment of insider trading laws that have since been applied to the American people, but curiously the Congress and the Senate were exempted from these laws until 2012.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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    I'm not sure we will get a true answer in our lifetime. The grassy knoll thing just got discarded in the Warren report, and there was reportedly very good physical evidence that supported action in that area. If there really was government involvement, the probability we'll hear about it is pretty slim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robjones View Post
    I'm not sure we will get a true answer in our lifetime. The grassy knoll thing just got discarded in the Warren report, and there was reportedly very good physical evidence that supported action in that area. If there really was government involvement, the probability we'll hear about it is pretty slim.
    I have always thought that Castro was behind the assassination. Ever since the Kennedy administration we have had restrictions on travel and trade with Cuba. Even the bleeding heart liberal presidents like Carter refused to remove the restrictions. Almost all of the presidents have stated that the restrictions will be removed when Castro is dead. The focus is clearly on Castro and not necessarily Cuba. Castro is about to go into room temperature mode, so I am willing to bet that Obama lifts the restrictions shortly after that.

    Then there is the theory that Johnson was behind it. Kennedy and Johnson were not friends and Kennedy would not let Johnson implement his agenda. It was Johnson's agenda that put us on a path of self-destruction.

    The connections to the mob are also very strong. That is probably the most plausible explanation. Today, those are the same groups that got Obama re-elected. $500 million in campaign donations were from unions.

    I still don't believe the official story about the head-shot from behind. The enhanced version of the Zapruder film that shows the splatter pattern clearly indicates a shot from the front. There were also too many witnesses who had their cameras confiscated or were standing nearby who said they heard a shot from the grassy knoll and some saw a puff of smoke from that area.

    Yeah, we will probably never know the truth. It would just further destroy the country. It may come out after everyone who was involved is dead, as well as everyone who was alive at the time.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post

    Then there is the theory that Johnson was behind it. Kennedy and Johnson were not friends and Kennedy would not let Johnson implement his agenda. It was Johnson's agenda that put us on a path of self-destruction.
    Ruby seems to have believed so ...


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    Interesting video. It is also curious that Jack Ruby died of cancer while in prison. Lee Harvey Oswald had to be silenced and so did Jack Ruby. The rumor at the time of his death is that he wanted to do a "tell all" interview, which was not a smart thing to announce while Johnson was still president.

    Ruby was buried in a Chicago area cemetery not far from where I lived. I watched his planting ceremony from outside of the cemetery fence.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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    Ruby was buried in a Chicago area cemetery not far from where I lived. I watched his planting ceremony from outside of the cemetery fence.
    Oswald was buried quietly in a Ft Worth cemetary not far from here. Dont think it gotta lotta fanfare. My wife's seen the grave. I drive by there occasionally, havent stopped though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    The rumor at the time of his death is that he wanted to do a "tell all" interview,


    That wouldn't be a surprise as most inmates want to "tell their story". But what would interest me is the source and the context.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Dammann View Post
    But what would interest me is the source and the context.
    Yes, that would be interesting. But of course that would have destroyed the Johnson administration or other people in power who were behind the assassination. They could not allow that to happen.

    My main theory is still that Castro had something to do with it. He is the only leader to whom the the US has never made any peaceful overtures. The people who run the USA know something about this that they are not telling us. If it was Castro, perhaps we will find out once Castro starts pushing up daisies. That could be pretty soon. I don't think he will survive 2013.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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    The only "connection" to Castro that I am able to find is a pre Kennedy assassination interview Oswald gave in the summer of 1963 speaking about Cuba:

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    Oswald was handing out pro-Castro literature in New Orleans just prior to the assassination. Check out the image on the right site of the Wikipedia article with the caption, "Oswald passing out 'Fair Play for Cuba' leaflets in New Orleans, August 16, 1963."

    Lee Harvey Oswald - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    There is also evidence that he met with Cuban agents in Mexico in September of 1963. There is a reference to a Cuban embassy meeting in Mexico City in the the Wikipedia article. He was in the embassy trying to get a visa to travel to Cuba.

    Then again, there may have not been any direct Oswald-Castro connection, and he may not have even been the trigger-man. Oswald could have been a patsy that was set up by Cuban agents. Cuban agents were operating in the USA and Canada. At one point they were caught trying to incite a civil war in Canada when Quebec wanted to opt out of Canada.

    There is something that the government is not telling us about Castro. Since leaving office Jimmy Carter has tried to befriend almost every enemy of the USA and frequently takes the side of our adversaries, but even he did not try to resolve the issues with Cuba until just this month as Castro is near death. He wants to do it as Castro is dying, but he would not do it as president.

    Hagel: Jimmy Carter 'Exactly Right' on Fidel Castro, Cuba Policy

    Was it Johnson, Castro, the mob or Oswald? Much of the evidence about the assassination is circumstantial and falls into the "we may never know" category.

    Some people think is was this speech that got him murdered. He was likely referring to the the Bilderberg Group, the Rothchilds and the Federal Reserve--or was he referring to the Soviets, as some people believe.

    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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