Dealey Joe wrote:I tried to find this for sale but was unsuccesful. Then I got the bright idea to check out my JFK stuff and behold there it was.
I have watched in in the past and reviewed it again today.
I watch and have watched everything I can get my hands on about the JFK affair.
The information in this documentary is wonderful basic conspitory evidence and helps refocus on the real people involved.
Jim was on the trail of the truth and actually gave his life and happiness to expose what he knew was a big lie.
He was a pioneer
I can't help but wonder what he could have done if he knew the things we know today? And if anyone else will ever attempt to do what he did. If he had access to Jimmy Files, Ed Haslam, Judyth Baker, Chauncy Holt and many others including Wim, this forum and web site.
I have a VHS I got from Groden at Deakey 10 years ago but cannot find it.
I am also doing more reading now, and that is for the most part your fault.
Dealey Joe wrote:I think he had a very high IQ but was a little short on common sense.
He wanted to be important and that put him in position for important
people around him to use him. I think he was always a patsy.
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