Murder of John Douglas Kinser
Two days after the killing, the district attorney accused the local sheriff of "obstructing the investigation" stating that he had refused to transport Wallace to the Texas Department of Public Safety for identification testing. According to the sheriff, Wallace protested the move and his defense attorney, Polk Shelton, had asked that Wallace not be moved. Wallace was represented at the trial by John Cofer, longtime lawyer to Lyndon Johnson, who had also represented LBJ during his contested election to the United States Senate in 1948 that was tainted by allegations of voter fraud.
The prosecution did not attempt to establish a motive for the shooting, nor did it produce an eyewitness to it or the murder weapon. The following day, the prosecution and defense completed their closing arguments and the jury was charged that afternoon.[nb 1] After deliberating into the evening, the jury was sequestered within the courthouse dormitory. After listening to 29.5 hours of testimony from 23 different witnesses, on February 27 the jury returned its verdict finding Wallace guilty of "murder with malice". After a short recess, O' Betts sentenced Wallace to a five-year sentence that was suspended. Questioned as to why the prosecution did not attempt to provide a motive, defense attorney Polk Shelton stated that it was "probably because they couldn't."
In 1984, Billie Sol Estes told a grand jury investigating the 1961 shooting death of Henry Marshall, an official with the Department of Agriculture, that Wallace was his murderer. Estes, who was convicted in 1963 on federal charges related to non-existent fertilizer businesses, said that Marshall possessed information linking Estes' fraudulent schemes to a heavily-funded political slush fund run by Lyndon B. Johnson. According to Estes, he and Johnson discussed the need to stop Marshall from making their illegal ties public.[ In exchange for immunity from prosecution, Estes was also prepared to provide the United States Department of Justice information of eight killings orchestrated by Johnson, including the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
...so here we have a merger
between Hollywood intelligence agencies
the mob and the military-industrial
complex and a kid that doesn't know what
he's doing at the time, and I got big
news for you, this is still going on
today. Go online and look up how many of
your favorite movies and television
shows are produced or
funded by the CIA, it'll shock the hell
out of you. As far as I'm concerned
Hollywood is 5% entertainment and 95%
mind control, that's just my opinion
Wallace says something very very strange
here to McKenzie he says Oswald's up
there under a spell
yeah now, could he mean hypnotic spell?
now Oswald's weirdo buddy David Ferrie
who he had met at age 15 and Civil Air
Patrol was an expert in hypnotism and he
often hypnotized a lot of those boys in
that Civil Air Patrol David Ferriero is
also working on an MKULTRA mind control
experiment for the CIA at least he had
the paperwork on it now at this
particular time there was a stage
magician named Raymond Corbin went by
the stage name Raymond and he had like a
horror theme slept in his own coffin all
sorts of crazy stuff he'd saw people in
half and everything Raymond Corbin also
had ties to dr. Ewen Cameron that's
MKULTRA mind control doctor
look him up on the Internet and
also he had ties to Colonel Michael
Aquino that would be the satanic head of
the Church of set Michael Aquino who was
also head of psychological warfare for
the United States military
...so this guy is gonna look
and sound familiar to most people in
this room this is Charles Harrelson, this
is actor Woody Harrelson's father, you
can see the resemblance right here, a
chip off the old block type of thing,
except Charles here was a very very bad
boy. He got involved with organized crime
as a young guy, he was even a heroin
trafficker for a short time and he was
also a contract killer for the mob. Now
Woody Harrelson's on record saying he
believes his father was a CIA trained
assassin who killed people for the CIA
now Woody Harrelson's a little bit of a
strange dude but he's not a Hollywood
idiot, he's pretty bright and I think
when he says something like that we
should listen to him. Anyway we know
Harrelson was a killer because he was
actually convicted of two separate
Few filmmakers are as high-profile as Oliver Stone and“JFK” has proved the most controversial of his films. In the new doc-series, Stone and writer James DiEugenio, author of “Destiny Betrayed: JFK, Cuba, and the Garrison Case,” place now declassified files related to President Kennedy’s assassination in a far larger context, aiming to shine more light on what really happened in 1963.
Coming in on the assassination from the angle of Kennedy’s far-reaching policy speeches that threatened the status-quo, Stone will “reveal that Kennedy’s foreign policy actions were revolutionary in many ways and were a conscious decision he had been contemplating for a decade before taking office,” said an AGC Television statement.
It went on: “Stone will put Kennedy’s assassination in context politically, and present interviews, documents, and forensics reports that will change forever how Kennedy’s life, political career, and assassination will be considered.”
Those interviewed in the series include John Tunheim, chairman of the Assassination Records Review Board, criminologist Henry Lee, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., James Galbraith, and Salon founder David Talbot.
“It’s not an exaggeration to state that this series features the most distinguished collection of talent and knowledge on the JFK case ever assembled,” said the AGC Television press release.
Diaz added: “We have long admired Oliver Stone and his work, and the revelatory information his new documentary brings forward not only sheds a new light on JFK’s presidency and his assassination, it informs us about our contemporary world,”
“This documentary film represents an important bookend to my 1991 film. It ties up many loose threads, and hopefully repudiates much of the ignorance around the case and the movie,” Stone wrote.
“JFK: Destiny Betrayed” reunites Stone with ace cinematographer Robert Richardson (“Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood,” “Nixon,” “The Aviator”), who won the first of his three Academy Awards for “JFK.”
Unspeakable Memories: The Day John Kennedy Died
November 22, 2019 - ejcurtin
There is a vast literature on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, who died on a November 22nd Friday like this in 1963. I have contributed my small share to such writing in an effort to tell the truth, honor him, and emphasize its profound importance in understanding the history of the last fifty-six years, but more importantly, what is happening in the U.S.A. today. In other words, to understand it in its most gut-wrenching reality: that the American national security state will obliterate any president that dares to buck its imperial war-making machine. It is a lesson not lost on all presidents since Kennedy.
Unless one is a government disinformation agent or is unaware of the enormous documentary evidence, one knows that it was the CIA that carried out JFK’s murder. Confirmation of this fact keeps arriving in easily accessible forms for anyone interested in the truth. A case in point is James DiEugenio’s recent posting at his website, KennedysandKing, of James Wilcott’s affidavit and interrogation by the House Select Committee on Assassinations, declassified by the Assassinations Record Review Board in 1998. In that document, Wilcott, who worked in the finance department for the CIA and was not questioned by the Warren Commission, discusses how he unwittingly paid Lee Harvey Oswald, the government’s alleged assassin, through a cryptonym and how it was widely known and celebrated at his CIA station in Tokyo that the CIA killed Kennedy and Oswald worked for the Agency, although he did not shoot JFK. I highly recommend reading the document.
I do not here want to go into any further analysis or debate about the case. I think the evidence is overwhelming that the President was murdered by the national security state. Why he was murdered, and the implications for today, are what concern me. And how and why we remember and forget public events whose consequences become unbearable to contemplate, and the fatal repercussions of that refusal.
Edward Curtin wrote:Killing a man who says “no” to the endless cycle of war is a risky business, says a priest in the novel Bread and Wine by Ignazio Silone. For “even a corpse can go on whispering ‘No! No! No! with a persistence and obstinacy that only certain corpses are capable of. And how can you silence a corpse.”
Sounder » Sat Nov 23, 2019 3:37 am wrote:Well, why it still matters to me. On that day my consciousness woke up and on the same day it rejected notions of naive realism. Heavy shit for a seven year old second grader in Catholic school.
What happened was that I was holding a 1917 penny, one of three for milk money that day. I thought it strange to have a penny that old, and thought it to be really strange when one hour or so later we were told to go home as the President had just been killed. I ran home as fast as I could to find on the TV screen, what I knew I would find, that JFK was born in 1917.
It seems there may be a deeper state than the one generally taken as being the deep state.
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