Posts Tagged ‘Who KIlled JFK’

Tip O’Neill: Who Killed JFK?

Thursday, June 15th, 2017


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Excerpt from Tip O’Neill’s 1987, Man of the House:

“It was such a sad day that it seemed like the whole world had come apart.

I was never one of those people who had doubts or suspicions about the Warren Commission’s report on the president’s death. But five years after Jack died, I was having dinner with Kenny O’Donnell and a few other people at Jimmy’s Harborside Restaurant in Boston, and we got to talking about the assassination.

I was surprised to hear O’Donnell say that he was sure he had heard two shots that came from behind the fence.

‘That’s no what you told the Warren Commission,’ I said.

‘You’re right,’ he replied. ‘I told the FBI what I had heard, but they said it couldn’t have happened that way and that I must have been imagining things. So I testified the way they wanted me to. I just didn’t want to stir up any more pain and trouble for the family.’

‘I can’t believe it,’ I said. ‘I wouldn’t have done that in a million years. I would have told the truth.’

‘Tip, you have to understand. The family — everybody wanted this thing behind them.’

Dave Powers was with us at dinner that night, and his recollection of the shots was the same as O’Donnell’s. Kenny O’Donnell is no longer alive, but during the writing of this book I checked with Dave Powers. As they say in the news business, he stands by his story.

And so there will always be some skepticism in my mind about the cause of Jack’s death. I used to think that the only people who doubted the conclusions of the Warren Commission were crackpots. Now, however, I’m not so sure.

But I’d rather focus on Jack’s life. He really did have the charisma, the glamour, and the talent that has become part of his legend. He had a radiance that made people glow when they were in his company. He brought to all sectors of the American public a new feeling that they were wanted, that there was a place in America for them — regardless of religion or race. And perhaps most important, when Jack Kennedy was president, people had trust in their government. I look forward to the day when that will once again be true.”

Sunshine Daydream

Monday, June 5th, 2017

Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann accidentally absorbed a small amount of LSD in a laboratory in 1943.

For the next 20 years, the drug was used as a psychiatric tool.

It became illegal, about the same time the CIA weaponized the drug in conjunction with their mind control (MK-ULTRA) program.

Mary Pinchot-Meyer was one hot piece of bohemian ass, Mary & JFK carried on a three year affair.

Mary started an elite girls club, dedicated to “turning on” the most powerful men in Washington, DC.

She visited, & became friends with, psychedelic trips guru & Harvard professor, Timothy Leary. She received LSD from Leary and consulted with him about her mission & the best way to conduct a psychedelic journey.

The FBI, CIA & Jackie all knew about the affair. The CIA had Mary’s apartment bugged. They had full knowledge (& most likely, full recordings) of Mary & The Leader of the Free World’s acid trip.

They had seen enough.

There were many people who would have liked to see John Kennedy dead including: the mob, the exiles, the chiefs, the right wing extremists, & the industrial military complex.

On November 23, 1963, a frantic Mary called Timothy Leary and told him: “They couldn’t control him any more. He was changing too fast. He was learning too much … they’ll cover everything up. I gotta come see you. I’m scared. I’m afraid.”

Less than a year later, Mary Pinchot Meyer was murdered as she walked along the Chesapeake River in Georgetown.

Point blank: Bullet to the head, bullet to the heart.

The murder remains unsolved.

In 2001, six weeks before his death, when asked who had murdered Mary, ex-husband & CIA spook, Cord Meyer reportedly hissed: “The same sons of bitches that killed John F. Kennedy.”

The Wink

Friday, February 5th, 2016

The Wink

Cecil Stoughton liked President Kennedy, although they were not “friends.” As the first official White House photographer, there was no question who the boss was.

On November 22, 1963, Stoughton was in Dallas and took many famed images, the most popular among conspiracy believers is known as ”The Wink.”

Stoughton privately felt there was something wrong with Congressman Albert Thomas’ facial gesture and interaction with the newly sworn-in President.

Eighteen months after the assassination, The Kennedy Family requested Stoughton’s presence in England for the dedication of JFK’s Runnymede monument.

Lyndon Johnson, did not think highly of Stoughton’s absence from the White House. A week after he returned, Stoughton was released from White House duties. LBJ would not tolerate dissenting loyalties in the ranks.

Mark Lane Kennedy Center Honors

Friday, April 11th, 2014

The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States:

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people to peaceably assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” (Ratified on December 15, 1791)

Mark Lane has lived an important life.

Through his life’s actions he gives hope and inspires.

Military veteran, attorney, activist, advocate, politician, investigator, defender, author, Freedom Rider, film maker, Jonestown survivor, and counsel at Wounded Knee.

Over the decades, friends, cohorts, allies, and accomplices include Eleanor Roosevelt, Dick Gregory, Jim Garrison, Jane Fonda, Paul McCartney, and Marlon Brando.

His inadvertent journey into the heart of the JFK assassination darkness authored: Rush to Judgment, Plausible Denial and Last Word: My Indictment of the CIA in the Murder of JFK.

We support the effort to Nominate Mark Lane for 2014 Kennedy Center Honors

A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.

-Jackie Robinson