Arlen Specter & John F. Kennedy
Arlen Specter (born February 12, 1930) is a former United States Senator from Pennsylvania. John Fitzgerald Jack Kennedy (May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963), often referred to by his initials JFK, was the 35th President of the United States, serving from 1961 until his assassination in 1963. /5
WHY DOES THE MURDER OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY STILL MATTERS? Our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this planet. We all breathe the same air. We all cherish our children's future. And we are all mortal. - John F. Kennedy "There is no doubt now that there was a conspiracy, yet most of us are not very angry about it. The conspiracy to kill the president of the United States was also a conspiracy against the democratic system --and thus a conspiracy against you. I think you should get very angry about that." - Gaeton Fonzi, Investigator HSCA It matters because the murder of President Kennedy was not only a conspiracy but a true Coup d. Etat. The powers behind it, did not only come away with it, but took control over the new government and orchestrated the cover-up. These powers included some of the highest elected officials like president Lyndon Johnson and later presidents, FBI director J. Edgar Hoover, former CIA director Allen Dulles, John McCloy and Arlen Specter. It matters because a coup ...
My response to the article: "Fifty years later, J.F.K.'s assassination is the mother of all conspiracy theories Sterling Harris: "Anyone of intelligence, not in denial or subject to other bias, who has seen the documentary produced from Colin McLarin's examination of the facts of the assassination would have to conclude that there was MORE LIKELY THAN NOT a conspiracy to kill John F. Kennedy. The Secret Service's actions at the autopsy, the loss of the President's brain, the fact that some unknown who had been with the Secret Service for only four months (Hickey) before being allowed to carry an assault rifle in the car just behind the President, etc., etc., confirm that there was a conspiracy involving at least the agents in the car behind, and, in my opinion, probably involving Hoover (that slime-ball), and, maybe, Johnson himself. Some would be motivated to call anyone believing that President Kennedy was assassinated by a politically-motivated group as paranoiacs. Thank God there is ultimate justice." ...
SOME GOOD READING YA THINK? Official JFK Assassination Narrative And Lie Still Endorsed By Corporate Media Conspiracy Theorists Fifty Years Later November 22, 2013 Source: Lee Rogers, Blacklisted News Fifty years ago today John F. Kennedy the 35th President of the United States was assassinated. This was unquestionably a generation defining event for most Americans. Throughout the past several days we have seen a ridiculous amount of propaganda attempting to reinforce the official narrative as told by the Warren Commission’s alleged investigation into the assassination. Even though the vast majority of the American people don’t buy into the official story this has not stopped the corporate media from giving credibility to it. Any other perspective is lampooned as a conspiracy theory and discredited by the overpaid teleprompter reading talking heads. This is sad considering that the Warren Commission report is the real conspiracy theory and does not hold up to common sense and facts. The Warren Co ...
Until the very end, Sen. Arlen Specter insisted that one shooter - and only one - killed President John F. Kennedy. The "single bullet theory" was no theory, Specter would snap whenever the topic...
October 15, 2012 (HARRISBURG, Pa.) -- "Arlen Specter, a pugnacious and prominent former moderate in the U.S. Senate who developed the single-bullet theory in President John F. Kennedy's assassination and played starring roles in Supreme Court confirmation hearings, lost a battle with non-Hodgkin lymphoma at a time when Congress is more politically polarized than anyone serving there -- or living in America -- can remember. Specter, 82, died Sunday, after spending much of his career in the U.S. Senate warning of the dangers of political intolerance." Today is John's birthday, and he too has non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. He has admired Senator Specter for his politics and for his long fight against this cancer.
Warren Commission assistant chief investigator Arlen Specter dies. Yes, as quiet as it's kept former Senator Arlen Specter, is interestingly little known for having been the person who helped devise the "Single bullet theory" in the supposed investigation of the assassination/murder of the then President, John F. Kennedy. The fires of *** should be most warm for him. Just a wish.
Former Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania, one of the nation’s most durable political figures, who during three decades in the Senate became known for his command of constitutional law, died of cancer Oct. 14 at his home in Philadelphia. He was 82. Left out of this obituary is that Arlen Specter was the man who concocted the "Magic Bullet" theory to explain all the extra wounds on President John F. Kennedy and Texas Governor John Connally to try to make them fit with the official "three gunshots" story of the Kennedy Assassination.
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