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Today's date October 7, 2013

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I have purchased many books and tapes about the JFK assassination because I can't forget that day.

That day was my husband's birthday, and I was watching TV with my three little boys on my lap (they were that little then) and when they announced that JFK had been shot and was dead, I sat there crying and my oldest boy (age 3) was asking me, "What's wrong Mommy?"

I can't ever forget that.

I've watched a film that said proved that JFK was shot by the driver of the car who turned around and shot him.  I don't know how many times I watched that film.  I could not see that happen even though the video maker showed it over and over and over.

JFK Assassination

Thanks to Jesse for speaking out.  We need his voice in this world.


 Hour 1   Hour 2   Hour 3   Hour 4   

Date: 10-05-13 Host: John B. Wells Guests:

Jesse Ventura

John B. Wells was joined by former Governor of Minnesota, Jesse Ventura (book link), for a discussion of his research into the JFK

 assassination, an event he has been studying since 1985. Ventura voiced his doubt about the findings of the Warren Commission, noting how the

 circumstances surrounding JFK's death support a conspiracy against the president. Lee Harvey Oswald was not the killer, he declared. Ventura

 spoke about the convenient deaths associated with the assassination, expressing disbelief at how easily Jack Ruby was able to kill Oswald and

then himself pass away of a curiously fast acting cancer. Over the course of his interview, Ventura revealed information which showed that the

U.S. government not only was behind this egregious plot but took every step to make sure the truth would not come out.


"When you look at the blood spray evidence, the fatal head shot obviously came from the front, it did not come from the rear [where Oswald

was located]," Ventura continued, pointing to the blood covered windshields of two motorcycles behind president's car. Members of the medical

team that worked on JFK recalled how the back portion of his head was missing, an injury consistent with a shot fired from the front, he

explained. Ventura said he interviewed an ambulance driver who helped place JFK's body in the casket and he also confirmed that the back of

the president's head was gone. The shot clearly came frond the picket fence on the grassy knoll and the assassin can almost be made out in th he



Ventura believes there was at least six shots fired that day and Oswald would not have been able to make them. Oswald was a radar operator in

the military and there is no reason to believe he possessed the skills of an expert marksman, he said. In addition, Oswald allegedly would have to

had shot at JKF through the branches of a large oak tree, he explained, noting the difficulty involved in making such shots. According to

Ventura, both himself and Marine sniper Carlos Hathcock were unable to replicate the shots credited to Oswald. He also mentioned Oswald's

time in Russia as part of a false defector program and how he was never prosecuted for it, as well as how the lone gunman's tax returns remain

top secret. These financial documents may show who in the government was paying him, Ventura suggested.


JFK had many enemies within the government because of his support for civil rights, work to end the cold war and plans to withdrawal U.S. from

Vietnam, Ventura theorized. As evidence, he referred to E. Howard Hunt's deathbed confession, which revealed how the CIA with Lyndon B.

Johnson's approval had orchestrated the operation code named "The Big Event." Interestingly, Johnson's first order of business with the

cabinet after JFK's death was to discuss war in Vietnam, Ventura said. He mentioned other problematic details about the assassination, including

secret service agents being ordered off the car and the police motorcycle formation changing at the last minute. He also cited a memo in which

Nicholas Katzenbach calls for what seems to be a top-level government cover-up of JFK's killing, "We need something to head off public

speculation or congressional hearings of the wrong sort."


The remainder of the show featured Open Lines.


Moormon photo,


Here are some links from my 'conspiracy' page:

Assassinations and Attempts in U.S. Since 1865

Lincoln, Abraham (President of U.S.): Shot April 14, 1865, in Washington, D.C., by John Wilkes Booth; died April 15.

Seward, William H. (Secretary of State): Escaped assassination (though injured) April 14, 1865, in Washington, D.C., by Lewis Powell (or Paine), accomplice of John Wilkes Booth.

Garfield, James A. (President of U.S.): Shot July 2, 1881, in Washington, D.C., by Charles J. Guiteau; died Sept. 19.

McKinley, William (President of U.S.): Shot Sept. 6, 1901, in Buffalo by Leon Czolgosz; died Sept. 14.

Roosevelt, Theodore (ex-President of U.S.): Escaped assassination (though shot) Oct. 14, 1912, in Milwaukee while campaigning for President.

Cermak, Anton J. (Mayor of Chicago): Shot Feb. 15, 1933, in Miami by Giuseppe Zangara, who attempted to assassinate Franklin D. Roosevelt; Cermak died March 6.

Roosevelt, Franklin D. (President-elect of U.S.): Escaped assassination unhurt Feb. 15, 1933, in Miami.

Long, Huey P. (U.S. Senator from Louisiana): Shot Sept. 8, 1935, in Baton Rouge by Dr. Carl A. Weiss; died Sept. 10.

Truman, Harry S. (President of U.S.): Escaped assassination unhurt Nov. 1, 1950, in Washington, D.C., as 2 Puerto Rican nationalists attempted to shoot their way into Blair House.

Kennedy, John F. (President of U.S.): Shot Nov. 22, 1963, in Dallas, Tex., allegedly by Lee Harvey Oswald; died same day. Injured was Gov. John B. Connally of Texas. Oswald was shot and killed two days later by Jack Ruby.

King, Martin Luther, Jr. (civil rights leader): Shot April 4, 1968, in Memphis by James Earl Ray; died same day.

Malcolm X, also known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (black activist): Shot and killed in a New York City auditorium; his killer(s) were never positively identified.

Kennedy, Robert F. (U.S. Senator from New York): Shot June 5, 1968, in Los Angeles by Sirhan Bishara Sirhan; died June 6.

Wallace, George C. (Governor of Alabama): Shot and critically wounded in assassination attempt May 15, 1972, at Laurel, Md., by Arthur Herman Bremer. Wallace paralyzed from waist down.

Ford, Gerald R. (President of U.S.): Escaped assassination attempt Sept. 5, 1975, in Sacramento, Calif., by Lynette Alice (Squeaky) Fromme, who pointed but did not fire .45-caliber pistol. Escaped assassination attempt in San Francisco, Calif., Sept. 22, 1975, by Sara Jane Moore, who fired one shot from a .38-caliber pistol that was deflected.

Jordan, Vernon E., Jr. (civil rights leader): Shot and critically wounded in assassination attempt May 29, 1980, in Fort Wayne, Ind.

Reagan, Ronald (President of U.S.): Shot in left lung in Washington by John W. Hinckley, Jr., on March 30, 1981; three others also wounded.

Some others have been deamed suicides and should be questioned !!!!

Others have been called accidents and should be questioned !!!!

NARA Search 
National Archives Search Page



NOTE: 12-11-08 
Anomalies suggested by Author Brian David Andersen
in his e-book - "My God I'm Hit" show that President Kennedy was never assassinated -
- a substitute body was in the trunk and Kennedy - after
being shot in the right shoulder, and Greer - after setting 
off a fireworks in the car to simulate brain tissue spraying
behind the car - the authorities in charge of what was taking place took JFK to Russia to a special camp where he underwent therapeutic LSD treatments.

The reader gets to see testimony from a variety of witnesses. Andersen presents "evidence" to prove his theories as if he were a lawyer with the job of proving Kennedy did not die by the hands of Lee Harvey Oswald, but rather abdicated the office of President to live the rest of his life in secret in Russia. The reader is to make up his own mind -- guided by Andersen's interpretation of events -- as to whether or not JFK truly died in Dallas.

Why would JFK abdicate? According to Andersen, there are many, many reasons that include: 
• 1) JFK's health. He had Addison's disease, old injuries, incurable VD, prescription and non-prescription drug addictions. 
• 2) "By 1960, the United States of America was ruled and operated by a committee not elected or known by the citizenry." 
• 3) Jackie was having an affair with Aristotle Onassis. 
• 4) JFK was having his own affairs -- with Florence Pritchett and Mary Pinochet (who got him hooked on LSD). 
• 5) Something about Cardinal Spellman, who was indoctrinated by the "Black Pope" rather than the one in Rome. Andersen keeps stating for the juror to "look it up" rather than give background on things the juror might not already know about. 
• 6) Joseph Kennedy, JFK's father, called in favors to get his son elected, and JFK didn't feel he truly deserved the office. 
• 7) LBJ 

 8) The "Powers-That-Be" knew JFK was about to address concerns with fluoridating water that would impact certain corporate profits. 
• 9) JFK wanted out of the public scene "in the worst way by any means possible." 
• 10) JFK knew the upcoming moon landings were going to be faked and didn't want to be associated with this lie. 
• 11) The "Powers-That-Be" were pissed at JFK for signing "Executive Order 11110 that returned the power of creating money to the U.S. Treasury Department." This would take power back from the Federal Reserve System
 a "private, for profit, central banking corporation owned by a cartel of private banks."

There were many conspiracy theories mentioned in this book.  The captain of the Titanic sank the ship on purpose. The Twin Towers were brought down by explosives set by the United States government. Even The X-Files gets a nod.

Andersen contradicts himself as he presented "evidence." For example, he talks about the "fake" Zapruder film and shows pictures from that film where he says the Stemmons Freeway sign was drawn in by Hollywood artists. Yet, he later has a picture taken by Hugh Betzner Jr., taken from across the street, that shows Zapruder while he was filming on abdication day. The Stemmons Freeway sign is seen and would have been in the path of Zapruder's filming as the Kennedy car passed. 

Andersen makes statements of fact that may or may not be the case. Example: "The criminal omission and failure of not creating crime scenes are hard, absolute, concrete and undeniable proof a conspiracy took place in Dallas before and after JFK arrived and departed Texas for the last time." Andersen may be right. Or, maybe it is simply proof of an incompetent police department suffering the same shock as the rest of the American public.

By the end of that fateful episode in history, there were two fake dead bodies, according to Andersen -- one for JFK, one for Oswald. The Z-film was faked by animators. Doctors were involved at the hospital. The Vatican and the Black Pope were involved. The CIA was involved. The conspiracy was huge! And everybody kept their mouths shut for fear of being killed for real.  To quote from the book, "Eliminate the far-fetched, crazy and impossible and what remains is the truth however improbable." Whether there was a conspiracy or not on some level remains open.

Regardless of how good (or bad) his ideas about the Kennedy assassination may be, it was not convincing that he proved his case -- even with what Andersen calls the "Rosetta Stone" of this investigation -- the diary of eyewitness June Dishong. I am only one jury member, however. He just very well might convince you.


ZAPUDER films: see the assassination for yourself  Someone would have Talked!
Rethinking Chomsky 
JFK Assassination: Articles by Grover Proctor 
JFK Assassination Web Sites 
The President John F. Kennedy Assassination 
Records Collection
Kudos for Deep Politics and the Death of JFK 
Recommended Books On the Kennedy (JFK) Assassination 
JFK FILES: JFK Assassination Resources 
JFK Assassination Homepage 
JFK Lancer: What's New 
Who 2: John F. Kennedy Profile 
JFK Lancer: Educational Links 
The Smoking Gun: A Dark Day In Dallas 
JFK -- The Assassination Movie 
JFK Assassination FAQ #19 
The Men On The Sixth Floor 
Welcome to My John F. Kennedy Homepage  
Kennedy Assassination Chronicles 
LBJ in the Oval Office 

JFK Lancer Contact 
Lee Oswald: the Victim Game in the JFK assassination... 
JFK Lancer Productions & Publications: Welcome 
JFK Lancer November In Dallas

Homepage by John McAdams
Adams is a advocate of the other side
of the story: the lone assassin theory. John is 
the warning voice to all researchers not to focprimarily 
on a conspiracy.

November 22, 1963 - 35th anniversary
Lisa Pease's Real Historic Archives
transcripts of Radio Pacifica interviews with 
assassination researcherS

Secrets of Homicide: The JFK Assassination
Motion geometry from the Zapruder film is applied
to a full-scale model of Dealey Plaza."

The Nook of Electic Inquiry
consists of database material concerning the 
Warren Commission's investigation

The Gerald Posner Page
Gerald Posner has written the controversial book 
"Case closed".

JFK / Deep Politics Quarterly
dedicated to the ongoing study of the assassination
of President Kennedy and related topics of 
intelligence operations, other assassinations and 

The Kennedy Assassination Home Page

Assassination Records Review Board Testimony 

Kennedy Assassination Home Page Index

Lancer Awards and Tips 
Lancer Weblinks.html 

Assassination Photo Gallery

Best of Kennedy Assassination Web Sites

A Few Good Men

Lancer News Exchange 

The British Research Group Homepage

Zapruder's Camera Shows JFK Assassination 
JFK's Security Agents Go On Record
JFK Murder Mysteries Vs. 911
: Similarities and Lack of security cameras
Public Surveillance: Would it have saved the President? 
Types of Evidence Most Available in JFK Assassination: Direct Security vs. Direct Testimonials



Badge Man is the name given to an unknown figure reputedly visible within the famous Mary Moorman photograph of the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy. Some researchers have theorized that this figure is an assassin firing a weapon at the President from the area of the grassy knoll in Dealey Plaza. An alleged muzzle flash obscures much of the detail, but "Badge Man" has nonetheless been described as a person wearing some kind of police uniform – the moniker itself derives from a bright spot on the chest, said to resemble a gleaming badge.

Speculation about the "Badge Man" figure helped fuel conspiracy theories about a plot by members of theDallas Police Department to kill Kennedy. In response, abundant skeptics proposed numerous alternative interpretations of the image.



The Moorman photograph

During the Presidential motorcade through Dealey Plaza, Dallas resident Mary Moorman took a series of photographs with her Polaroid camera. Her nonprofessional photos captured images of all of the Presidential limousine occupants, several other close witnesses (including Abraham Zapruder filming), two Dallas police motorcycle Presidential escorts, and much of the Plaza's grassy knoll. The "Badge Man" is reputedly visible in Moorman's fifth and most famous photo of the area, taken at the moment of the fatal shot. This photo has been calculated to have been captured between the Zapruder film equivalent concurrent frames of Z-315 and 316, less than one-sixth of a second after President Kennedy was struck in the head at Z-313.[1]

The Moorman photograph was seen contemporaneously in world media through UPI, but the Warren Commission did not include it in the volumes of its Report (1964).[2] The House Select Committee on Assassinations (1976–1978) sent a high-quality negative of the Moorman photo to the Rochester Institute of Technology for enlargement, enhancement, and analysis. RIT's report states that it found no evidence of human forms anywhere in the background, and the specific area behind the stockade fence was deemed to be so underexposed that it was impossible to glean any information from it.[1][3]

Claims and response

In 1982 Gary Mack, the longtime curator and archivist for The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza (the former Texas School Book Depository) first claimed to discover the "Badge Man" figure.[4] In Mack's visual interpretation, a uniformed police officer can be seen standing behind the stockade fence, his face obscured by muzzle flash but with a small bright object on his chest.[4][5] Mack initially believed Gordon Arnold to be the Badge Man figure.[6]

The question of "Badge Man"'s existence helped perpetuate conspiracy theories which alleged that members of the Dallas Police Department had killed Kennedy and simultaneously framed Lee Harvey Oswald.[7]

Some researchers have claimed that the "Badge Man" image is sunlight reflecting off a glass bottle: photos and films taken immediately after the assassination do show a bottle sitting atop the retaining wall.[8][5] Researcher Dale Myers argues that measurements of the area prove that the alleged figure would have been in an impossible position to fire a weapon at the motorcade: "if [Badge Man were] truly a human being of average height and build, [he] was located 12–18 feet (3.7–5.5 m) behind the fence line and elevated 3–4 feet (0.91–1.2 m) above the ground."[4]

Figure identification

In his initial observations, Mack had been assisted by photographer and assassination researcher Jack White, who continued his experimentation with the Moorman photograph. In the mid-1980s, White put forward a new version, enhanced in contrast and brightness, which he claimed revealed the policeman figure in high clarity.[4]

White's research was shown and discussed in the 1988 documentary series, The Men Who Killed Kennedy. In it, a closeup of the enhanced Badge Man figure is repeated onscreen as a voiceover describes three shooters at Dealey Plaza, said to be in league with the Mafia.[9] One of the three is described as standing in the Badge Man's position, behind the picket fence on the grassy knoll. The narration identifies this shooter as Lucien Sarti, a French national and alleged contract killer.[9]

To the anatomical right (photo left) of the supposed "Badge Man" some researchers claim there is also seen a second person, self-proclaimed witness Gordon Arnold, who claimed in 1978 that he was filming the motorcade while wearing his US Army uniform when a shot passed close to his left ear.[7] A third person claimed by researchers to be seen is a construction hard hatted accomplice to "Badge Man's" anatomical left (photo right) facing the general direction of the book depository.[citation needed]

Also claimed seen in the Moorman Polaroid photo by conspiracy theorists is the hatted head of a person located about 13 feet (3.9 m) west of the grassy knoll stockade fence corner (a different location from the "Badge Man"). This corresponds with an area where overpass witnesses stated they observed gunsmoke and where footprints in the mud directly behind a station wagon backed up to the stockade fence that also had shoe-bottom mud scraped off onto the station wagon’s rear bumper, cigarette butts, and muddy footprints 2.5 feet (0.75 m) up on a picket fence cross-beam support.[citation needed] This is part of the "grassy knoll" area in which the House Select Committee on Assassinations, determined that a shot was fired. However, that conclusion was based on an audio recording which critics say emanated from a different part of the city and was analysed using flawed methodology.[10][11]

External link


  1. ^ Jump up to:a b Bugliosi, Vincent (2007). Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy. New York: W.W. Norton. p. 885. ISBN 978-0-393-04525-3.
  2. Jump up^ Stone, Oliver; Zachary Sklar (1992). JFK: The Documented Screenplay. Hal Leonard Corporation. p. 122. ISBN 9781557831279. Retrieved 24 April 2013.
  3. Jump up^ HSCA, Volume VI, p. 126
  4. ^ Jump up to:a b c d Myers, Dale K. (2004) "Badge Man: A Photogrammetric Analysis of Moorman Photograph No. 5 of the JFK Assassination." URL accessed April 28, 2012
  5. ^ Jump up to:a b Bugliosi, p. 866.
  6. Jump up^ Young, Michael E. (March 2, 2013). "Gary Mack and the evolution of a JFK conspiracy theorist". The Dallas Morning News (Dallas). Retrieved May 25, 2013.
  7. ^ Jump up to:a b Alex Heard (December 25, 1991). "JFK Assassination Theorists". Miami New Times. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
  8. Jump up^ Reitzes, David. "Badge Man". The JFK 100. Archived from the original on May 15 2011. Retrieved April 9, 2011.
  9. ^ Jump up to:a b Bugliosi, 903–904.
  10. Jump up^ O'Dell, Michael (2012). "The acoustic evidence in the Kennedy assassination". Kennedy Assassination Home Page. John C. McAdams. Retrieved 23 March 2013.
  11. Jump up^ H.B. McLain interviewed by Vincent Bugliosi, Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, endnotes p. 177.


David Morales (CIA) was Chief of Operations and once told friends:

"I was in Dallas when we got the son of a bitch and I was in Los Angeles when we got the little bastard."     


The April 5 issue of Rolling Stone features the deathbed confession of CIA operative and key Bay of Pigs/Watergate/Nixon administration figure E. Howard Hunt, "The Last Confession of E. Howard Hunt" by Erik Hedegaard.


TWYMAN: One of the reasons I called you was that I believe you're one of the few people who heard David Morales make that famous remark [referring to John Kennedy], "Well, we took care of that son of a bitch, didn't we?"    

WALTON: Only three (3) people heard that remark: myself, my wife and Ruben Carbajal [Morales' childhood friend from high school]. It took place in a hotel room at the Dupont Plaza [in Washington D.C.], and we were the only three there.  

TWYMAN: That's an amazing story. Have you ever written about it or documented it?  

WALTON: I haven't. In fact, I had all sorts of problems with that. It happened in 1973 and I had just had a coronary and I'd taken some time off.   

TWYMAN: Do you have an opinion formed as to whether or not he did participate in the Kennedy assassination?

WALTON: I have NO doubt. When he told me, "We got that son of a bitch," he told me he was in Dallas. He said, "I was in Dallas and I was in L.A. when we got that Bobby, too." 

TWYMAN: Oh, he said he was in Dallas, too?

WALTON: No doubt in my mind he was there. I doubt very much that he personally pulled the trigger or anything else, but he was there ... he helped ORGANIZE it.  

TWYMAN: Well, that's important that he mentioned he was in Dallas. He said he was in Dallas? Well, I'll be damned.  

WALTON: He said, "We got that son of a bitch and I was in Los Angeles also when we got Bobby."  

TWYMAN: When "we" got Bobby?

WALTON: When we got Bobby. And when he said "also," I linked that back to Dallas. I'm not sure he ever said "I was in Dallas," but he DID say, "I was in Los Angeles when we got Bobby." 

TWYMAN: I see. You can't specifically remember he said that he was in Dallas.  

WALTON: No. Just the way he linked it on with, "and I was ALSO in L.A....." 

DAVID MORALES "MAGIC CARD": The one thing that never ceased to amaze both attorney Robert Walton and Morales longtime friend, Ruben Carbajal, was Morales' "magic card" given to him by the CIA.  

Morales would reach into his pocket and pull out a little black plastic card -- it looked a little smaller than your typical credit card, just maybe slightly smaller. And it just had a few gold numbers or letters on it -- no insignia or anything else. He'd show that and he could get whatever he wanted. He could get anyone on an airplane that was overbooked, he could get a party into a restaurant....

According to Robert Walton, it was "amazing ... a magic card." He never did find anyone else in the CIA at the time who could tell him what it was and how it worked so well for Morales.  


David Morales was born in 1925 in Phoenix, AZ. At the time of the Kennedy assassination, he was 38-years-old and was a seasoned veteran in CIA covert operations. 

Morales graduated from Phoenix Union High School in 1944. He was president of his class and a star letterman in four sports. He was not a afraid of a street fight. Ruben Carbajal remembers in high school when Morales singlehandedly and coolly took on a small gang of street bullies who had harassed them, and dispatched all of them in quick succession.  

Morales joined the Army and was assigned to paratrooper training. He joined the CIA in 1946, underwent special training, and reported as a "political officer" for the State Dept in Caracas, Venezuela.  Morales rose high in rank while assigned to the CIA -- to brigadier general -- and he had an office in the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon before he retired. Morales had a parking spot in the front row with the top brass with his name on it!  

David Morales died young of a sudden heart attack at age 53 in 1978. A very long line of high-ranking military brass and well-dressed, important-looking people in civilian clothes wearing sunglasses flew in from all over the country to attend his funeral services in Phoenix, much to the surprise of his old friends who had NO idea he was such an important person. 

When Morales' body was interred in the small town of Wilcox, AZ, the line of mourners extended all the way through town, amazing the local citizens.

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