Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Kent State and Terry Norman

Terry Norman is seen here wearing a gas mask and photographing anti-war protestors at Kent State in Ohio.  He was an FBI informant and was most likely the source of bullet shots which spooked the National guardsmen called to come to Kent state by Ohio's governor resulting in them firing upon and killing four students.  The FBI has refused to release any records they have concerning their relationship with Terry Norman.

On the 46th anniversary of the Kent State massacre, attorney Michael Kuzma will bring a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the U.S. Justice Department, demanding records related to the FBI’s role in escalating situations on the campus.

In the years since the killings on the Ohio campus on May 4, 1970, survivors, witnesses and victims’ families have sought to establish the FBI’s involvement.

Kuzma wants that the Justice Department produce all responsive records related to Terrence Norman, reported at the time of the massacre to be a young FBI informant.

Norman is believed by families and observers to have fired the first shots from a revolver and, in the chaos that immediately followed, Ohio National Guardsmen opened fire at unarmed Kent State student protesters, resulting in the deaths of Allison Beth Krause, Jeffrey Glenn Miller, Sandra Lee Scheuer and William Knox Schroeder and injuries to nine others.

“The time to tear down the veil of secrecy surrounding the involvement of the FBI and Terrence Norman in the assassinations of four Kent State University students is now,” Kuzma said in a news release.

Attorney Daire Brian Irwin, who is handling Kuzma's complaint filing, said, “Through this lawsuit we hope to learn if the Kent State killings are another example of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Program, specifically their ‘New Left’ project targeting student dissent, run amok.”

COINTELPRO was a secret FBI program designed to monitor and neutralize non-violent protest groups and political dissidents deemed by the agency to be a danger to national security.

The FBI has refused to release Norman’s dossier on privacy grounds.

The government will have 30 business days to answer the complaint.

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Dallas wants to preserve buildings in and around Dealey Plaza

Dallas wants to do something good.

Friday, April 29, 2016

Trump has to go over a wall

Instant Kharma is a Bitch.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Something the assassination of JFK made everyone forget

Take a look at this.  This is from the Seatle Post Intelligencer November 22, 1963, EXTRA edition.
this appears on page 13.

Mrs. Gertrude Noval was questioned for 2 and 1/2 hours in secret on 11/22/63.  She was testifying about Bobby Baker, a one time very close aide of LBJ.  She was married to Alfred Novak.  He died in March 1962.  His death was ruled a suicide.  This committee was going to look into Alfred Novak's death.  

Now add that onto the testimony Don Reynolds was giving on 11/22/63.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Hubert Clark, a member of the Honor Guard who met JFK's casket at Andrews spoke at a JFK conference in 2015.

This video was put on this week, it's from a Judy Baker conference, I think.  Regardless, the man's story is worth listening to.

From my friend Robin Unger:

James Jenkins at the age of twenty was involved in the autopsy of John F Kennedy. He help lift the body and was one of the medical corpsman assigned that day in November to assist the doctors. After the service Jim went back to college and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Mississippi, and, later, also acquired a clinical pathology masters degree of Combined Clinical Sciences.
Hugh Clark was a member of the honor guard that took President Kennedy's body to Arlington Cemetery for burial. After leaving the military Hugh served a New York City detective for over twenty years and was an investigator for the United Nations. Hugh received a degree in alcohol and substance abuse and was a director for many drug and alcohol abuse residence programs until his retirement in 2008.
Both of these men’s personal testimony is quite shocking. James, as a personal witness and participant in JFK’s autopsy at Bethesda Naval Hospital, tells us that the ”official” pictures of the autopsy, the ones that have been presented to the American people, were not taken at the autopsy of JFK that he personally observed and helped perform.

Last year, 2015, William and his fellow researcher Phil Singer got together the medical corpsman who had been in Bethesda with some of the honor guard. What happened next was extraordinary. The medical corpsmen told the honor guard that they had received the president’s body almost a half-hour BEFORE the honor guard got there. The honor guard couldn’t believe this. They had met the president’s plane at Andrews, taken possession of his casket and shadowed it all the way to Bethesda. The two sides almost broke into fisticuffs, accusing the other of untruths. Once it was sifted out through talking, and both sides came to the understanding that each was telling their own truths of their experience that fateful day, the feelings of betrayal experienced by the honor guards was deep and profound.

Monday, March 21, 2016

Gerald Ford White House Altered Rockefeller Commission Report in 1975; Removed Section on CIA Assassination Plots

The National Security Archive has published the news that the Gerald Ford White House altered the final report of the Rockefeller Commission.  An 86 page report on CIA assassination plots was removed by then deputy White House Chief of Staff, Dick Cheney.

The 86 (actually 90) page report is on the NSA site.  It is largely uneducated, though there are a few lines and words still blacked out notably a paragraph on page 77.

It's just incredible.

Saturday, March 19, 2016

John Newman continues to find amazing information in the newly released documents

Emilio Americo Rodriguez, CIA cryptonym AMIRE-1. I listed this crypt and the ID in Appendix I of Where Angels Tread Lightly. Emilio will figure prominently in Volume II, Countdown to Darkness. One of the most closely guarded CIA cryptonyms and true names in the history of the case. The sources for the true name and the crypt are mutually reinforcing. The principal center RIF blocks for Rodriguez (10180; 10161, and 10215) also betray his identity in all of the documents.  And, finally, the story behind this identification is buttressed by the parallel story of AMPARCH-1 (Warren E. Frank, AKA Edward D. Knapman) and AMRYE-1 (Tone Sforza, AKA Henry Sloman): These three men worked together in Havana in 1960; they remained as stay-behind agents after the January 1961 break with Cuba; they were exfiltrated at the same time to the U,S.; and then they went to JMWAVE where they worked together in the Foreign Intelligence (FI) branch. If you are interested, you may examine the key source documents for how this crypt was successfully broken at the Mary Farrell website:
1/27/65 Biographical Data on Emilio Americo Rodriguez. Note: Although the name is redacted everywhere in the document, the redactor failed to redact it on the RIF sheet, effectively nullifying decades of effort to hide this name. His CIA security number, 214442, at the top of this document, links to hundreds of other documents where his name is redacted.

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Does it look presidential now if he needs to be surrounded by the Secret Service?

Trump is playing us all like a three dollar fiddle.  At an event in Ohio the Secret Service leaped into action to surround Donald Trump in reaction to someone screaming behind the presidential candidate.

He spoke at an airport hanger with a plane with the name Trump on it behind him. Between the plane and the stage there was a crowd of supporters, and then there was a crowd in front of him as well.  At one point someone behind him seems to scream and Trump seemed startled and scared and he turns around to look behind him. He grabbed the podium with both hands as he turned.

Secret Service men rush in to surround Trump.  

A third Secret Service agent comes onto the stage.

And he looks as if he was going to dive into the backstage crowd.

And another Secret Service agent comes onstage.

The camera pulls back and we see more of the crowd.

There is still no indication who screamed or why. There doesn't seem to be any action by anyone to investigate or react to where the startling scream came from, which clearly came from behind him.  No one seems to be screaming anymore, no one seems to be questioned, no one seems to be arrested, or resisting an arrest.  Trump seems to think he's not in any danger now and returns to the podium.

The Secret Service needs to thoroughly examine all video of this event.  As I'm trying to get an image of Trump with his eyes open, honestly trying to freeze frame this video and getting a clear shot of his face is quite difficult, at times he looks a bit like the faceless super-hero The Question, but then I see
something.  In the frontstage crowd there is someone who lifts up a Trump campaign sign and tears it in half.

I find this man's actions to be worthy of investigation. It's very odd that he would tear up a Trump campaign sign in such a way as Secret Service agents rush in to protect Trump. 

Okay, I rewatch the video 

This man coming into view in back of the stage maybe a Secret Service man.  Whoever he was he moved very fast.

After the above frame he seems to completely disappear.

Another possible Secret Service agent runs towards the disturbance.

While another one comes to the back of the stage.

First guy reappears.

Returning to the podium Trump ask the crowd, "By the way, is there anything more fun than a Trump rally?" They shout, exhilarated, "No!"  

What a spectacle!