"MURDER IN DEALEY PLAZA"- A BOOK REVIEW
NEW FOR SEPTEMBER 2000: Vince's review of "Murder in Dealey Plaza", the new book by James Fetzer, Ph.D., offers some reasons why he considers it one of the all-time BEST books on the JFK assassination. The various sections of the book are looked at from the perspective of an unbiased but seasoned researcher, and one whose work is an important part of the book's content!
AGENTS NOW AND THEN (WITH LINKS)
Ever wondered whatever became of some of the Secret Service agents who protected President Kennedy, including a few from the fateful 1963 Texas trip? Mr. Palamara tracks down several of the more notable JFK-era agents with some quite surprising and, in some cases, even shocking results. LINKS are included for further reading and research!
NOTES ON BILL GREER
Secret Service Agent Bill Greer has been a fascinating and controversial figure for JFK researchers through the years. As the driver of JFK's limo that day in Dallas, he was in a key position -- a man whose actions have raised several important questions. Here, Vince comments on some rare recorded interview tapes of Greer himself, and we get to know a little more about what he saw and what he thought afterward.
NOTES ON JFK's SKULL FRAGMENTS
Maybe you think you know all there is to know about the medical evidence? Well, think again: In this piece, the author assembles every known account of the handling and disposition of the various skull fragments found in order to reveal major breaks in the chain of possession and other important anomalies.
THE MYSTERY OF JFK's MOTORCYCLE ESCORT
In unprecedented detail, the author lays out all the available testimony and evidence
from various sources regarding the changes made in the motorycycle escort for Kennedy's motorcade in Dallas (which were in contrast to the prior Texas stops and earlier trips as well). The reader will see just how the president's security was stripped if not severely compromised on November 22. And, once again, it seems it is the Secret Service that bears the burden of responsibility.
BORING'S INTERESTING ARRB INTERVIEW
Believe it or not, the federal government finally got around to
interviewing arguably the most important Secret Service agent connected to
President Kennedy's Texas trip: the Assassination Records Review Board spoke to Floyd Boring in depth.
Through an exhaustive analysis of what the former agent said compared to
what the record reveals, the reader will see glaring contradictions and
culpability on the part of this former top JFK agent. Indeed, Boring is
GEMS FROM THE 26 VOLUMES
In a refreshing change of pace, Vince offers some often-overlooked tidbits from the Warren Commission volumes, with quotes and citations intact. The William Walthers teletype, General Willoughby, agents in the Plaza, Will Fritz' men out of the motorcade, Triple overpass security, the first "alterationist", a strange Oswald photo and many more items that are not always mentioned in JFK case literature, but are more than serious food for thought.
CONSPIRACY BELIEFS (AND DENIALS)
IN HIGH PLACES
Here, we read actual witness testimony, as well as (some personal comments to the author) from KEY Secret Service agents, Kennedy aides O'Donnell and Powers, Evelyn Lincoln and others on what THEY thought about whether there was a conspiracy in the JFK assassination. Their answers may sometimes surprise you!
THE TEXAS TRIP:
ROSTERS & DUTIES
For the first time anywhere
, Vince has laid out the names and positions of each and every agent connected to
each stop on JFK's fateful trip to Texas in November 1963. Find out where these agents
were and what they were doing, relative to the "official" record of events. Also
included are detailed synopses of the infamous drinking incident the night before the assassination,
the limousine inspection, several prominent pre-Dallas trips, and the statements
of the three Democratic National Committee advance men.BORING IS INTERESTING (1999 UPDATE)
This is a detailed revised version of an article that originally appeared in the May
1995 "Fourth Decade". Vince has uncovered Agent Boring's direct and indirect influence
on the planning and security arrangements for President Kennedy's Texas trip. Since
the article's original publication, many important developments have come to the forefront
regarding Mr. Boring, including his first government-connected questioning, courtesy
of the ARRB.THE STRANGE ACTIONS AND INACTION)
OF AGENT EMORY ROBERTS
Mr. Palamara has gone into painstaking detail in uncovering many troubling questions regarding
the conduct of Agent Roberts. As the agent in charge of the Secret Service follow-up
car in Dallas, Roberts played a pivotal role in what did---and did not---happen in protecting the president. The answers will alarm you (Originally appeared in the
Oct. 1996 issue of "JFK/ DPQ").SECRET SERVICE FACT SHEET
Sort of a "Cliff's Notes" rundown of Vince's most salient points regarding Secret
Service incompetence, deliberate and otherwise. Never again will the Secret Service's
actions (and inactions) be taken for granted!READ AN EXCERPT FROM VINCE'S NEW BOOK "JFK: The Medical Evidence Reference" --CLICK
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