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RIDING THE TIGER'S BACK: ROBERT CLAYTON BUICK # 1:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Thu Dec 03, 2015 8:43 pm

12.03.2015

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Member's and Reader's:

RIDING THE TIGER'S BACK, 1992, By Phillip Hemenway, IN MEMORIUM OF RICARD VON KLEIST, by
Heidelberg Graphics, 1116 Wendy Way, Chico, California 95926.1511.

Phillip Hemenway's book, RIDING THE TIGER'S BACK, is based on documents discovered in 1988 by
Karl von Kleist in his deceased father's estate. These documents are strongly supported by documents,
interviews, notes, research, and study about Robert Clayton Buick (RCB).

RCB's involvement with activities and people in The JFK Removal have been been validated going
back to the late 1950's - 1960's, and beyond. He is one of the very few living, speaking, and writing
individuals who has written ten (10) books about The JFK Removal and Related Subject Matter's. And
is currently seeking to publish his next book.

RCB knew, met, and/or worked with: David Atlee Phillips, E. Howard Hunt, Frank Sturgis, Richard
Case Nagell, Johnny Rosselli, Lee Harvey Oswald, and many others.

RCB moved to Mexico from Southern California in the 1960's and became a Bull Fighter. RCB was
recruited by the CIA to use his Bull Fighter status and celebrity to meet, interview, and monitor Lee
Harvey Oswald at the Hotel Luma in Mexico in 1963.

It was during this time frame that RCB first knew, met, and/or worked with: David Atlee Phillips,
E. Howard Hunt, Frank Sturgis, Richard Case Nagell, Lee Harvey Oswald, and others.

Allegedly in September, 1963 LHO told RCB in the Hotel Luma of his intent to assassinate JFK. RCB stated
that he reported this, and all related comments and discussions as instructed. RCB still has Hotel Luma
documents and receipts dating to September, 1963.

RCB later turned to robbing banks by crossing the border from Mexico into the U.S. to rob U.S. banks.
RCB made the FBI's 10 MOST WANTED LIST. For a while RCB was 'THE MOST WANTED AND HUNTED
MAN IN THE WORLD.' He was eventually captured, tried, convicted, and sentenced to three (3)
20 Year Sentences. STRANGELY, RCB WAS RELEASED AFTER SERVING ONLY FIVE (5) YEARS.

Before his Mysterious Release RCB was Cell Mates with both Johnny Rosselli, and Richard Case Nagell
at different times. Coincidence ? Intentional ? Ironic ? You evaluate and decide for yourself.

RCB WAS RELEASED AFTER HE WAS CONTACTED BY JIM GARRISON, AND RICARD VON KLEIST. AND
RIGHT BEFORE RCB's "MYSTERIOUS RELEASE" RCB WAS CONFIDENTIALLY QUESTIONED "…ABOUT THE
SIRHAN THING BY LOS ANGELES INVESTIGATORS."

RCB WAS THEN CONFIDENTIALLY RELEASED AND DISAPPEARED - VANISHED.

RCB is also a very close, confidential personal friend of J and B. I have copies of most of his manuscripts,
and all of his personally autographed books. We have confidentially spoken, and carefully Emailed for
many years.

People's opinions and perceptions on everybody and everything related to The JFK Removal vary greatly.
There are no Silver Bullets. As always, I recommend that you do your own reading and studying first,
then develop your own Conclusions and Opinions.

RCB's most recent Manuscript Review, Book, and Live Interviews were all cancelled, and denied both
publication and broadcast in 2013 before the 50 Year Anniversary Of The JFK Removal on 11.22.2013.

RCB's next book is explosive, ground breaking, penetrating, powerful, revolutionary, and truthful. Hence
nobody would touch it. But there is no shortage of promoting anybody that advances The Lone Nut Theory.

I have been asked to not comment further until RCB's next book is actually published, and available for
sale to the public.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts, or writings on
any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK Researcher's who
may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.
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Re: RIDING THE TIGER'S BACK: ABOUT ROBERT CLAYTON BUICK.

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RIDING THE TIGER'S BACK: ROBERT CLAYTON BUICK # 1:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sat May 20, 2017 1:27 am

05.20.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

Lee Harvey Oswald may have never fired a shot at JFK, BUT LHO WAS CERTAINLY NO PATSY.

LHO may have been played like a violin, but he was instrumental in the Removal of JFK.

LHO may have been a Single Agent, a Double Agent, or even a Triple Agent.

But I believe that LHO was involved at some level, and knew what was going on with JFK.

Lee Harvey Oswald NEVER made a serious attempt to stop the REMOVAL OF JFK IN DALLAS,
TEXAS ON OR BEFORE 11.22.1963.

LHO EITHER KNEW ABOUT JFK's IMPENDING REMOVAL IN DALLAS, TEXAS, OR LHO WAS DUMB
AS DIRT. HE JUST DIDN'T SEE HIMSELF BEING SET UP UNTIL THE FINAL MOMENTS. (05.20.2017, BB).


RIDING THE TIGER’S BACK: A FOOTNOTE TO THE ASSASSINATION OF JFK by PHILLIP HEMENWAY:

FRIGHTENING STORY ABOUT A MAN WHO CLAIMED LEE HARVEY OSWALD TOLD HIM HIS PLAN
TO KILL THE PRESIDENT - JOHN F. KENNEDY:

"Riding the Tiger's Back is based on documents discovered in 1988 by Karl von Kleist in his deceased father's
estate. The documents tell the story of Robert Clayton Buick who befriended Karl's dad, Ricard ("Ric").
"Buick moved to Mexico from Southern California in the '60s and became a bullfighter. While there, he claimed,
he also worked for the U.S. government as an agent in Mexico City observing people at the Hotel Luma where
he claimed he met Lee Harvey Oswald, who told Buick of his intent to assassinate President Kennedy. Buick
allegedly reported this conversation.

"Buick turned to robbing banks, crossing the border into the U.S. to commit the crimes. He made the FBI's 10
Most Wanted List. He was convicted and given three 20-year sentences. Strangely, he was released after barely
serving five years. While Buick was in prison, Jim Garrison's Office was contacting him and Ricard von Kleist.
Before he was released, Buick was questioned "about the Sirhan thing" by Los Angeles investigators. He then
seemingly disappeared.

"Riding the Tiger's Back describes the frightening experiences that happened to the von Kleist family when
Ricard became involved with Buick's story. And it tells what author Hemenway and Ricard's son experienced
while working on this book." --Assassination Symposium, John F. Kennedy, 30th Anniversary.

"... startling ... worth a study." --John Austin, Books of the Week
Top of page

"... I don't use this show to sell books, but you should read Riding the Tiger's Back by Phillip Hemenway."
--Bruce Sessions Show, KPAY Radio

"The story is so weird ... it touches on all the madness, and it builds a case that the government was closely
involved in monitoring -- let's say it more clearly, spying on and terrorizing -- anyone who came close to the
JFK story." --Elizabeth Kieszkowski, News and Review

"Riding the Tiger's Back is gritty and unsettling reading." --Dan Barnett, KHSL-TV
Top of page

"… the story heats up toward the last half of the book, as Hemenway finds himself … directly involved in
tracking down the mysterious Buick, who unaccountably had been released from a 20 year sentence in only
a few years. Here Hemenway is his most gripping, and the story holds the reader to the very end. So hold on
tight. … " --The Biblio File, Chico Enterprise-Record

"Three chapters into the book and it was clear Hemenway had pulled an end run around the assassination field
with his first person narrative that reads as entertainingly as a Raymond Chandler novel. The book is full of the
observations of a watchful intelligence that takes very little for granted. …

"Riding the Tiger's Back is a nest of Chinese boxes, of tales within tales about interesting, not average, people.
"The outer box, the frame, is a story of Phil Hemenway trying to pull together a disarray of information from
several sources, struggling to make a coherent whole out of a chaotic jumble of facts. …
"The next box gives us the story of Karl von Kleist, a forty-five year old policeman who found a box of papers
after his father--Ricard von Kleist--died. The box contained notes and letters between Ric von Kleist and one
Robert Clayton Buick who was (at the time of the correspondence) serving time in a federal prison for bank
robbery. …
"Buick--the inner box in this puzzle--had drifted from getting blisters in a steel mill in LA to bell boy in Palm
Springs to wine steward aboard a luxury liner to bullfighter and businessman in Mexico. He lived a fast, hard
life, a life that probably fascinated the crippled Ric von Kleist.

"But one particular part of Buick's life most fascinated von Kleist--and this is the central point of Riding the
Tiger's Back. Buick claimed to have been a government informant in Mexico City in 1963, that Lee Harvey
Oswald told him of his plans to kill President Kennedy, and that he, Buick, had reported Oswald's threats to
the government agents (CIA) for whom he worked. …

"Hemenway does not offer his book as a final fix for the Association of Assassination Addicts, as he calls them.
… The book is a volatile persuasive read … written in a superior prose and is a straight-forward, clear, and
interesting book full of excellent speculation that never slips into drag and tries to pass itself off as proof."
--Dennis Ross, Senior Lifestyle

"… The only other book that I've seen that has any reference to Robert Clayton Buick is a five page spread in
Dick Russel's huge book The Man Who Knew Too Much. … Is Robert Buick's story believable or as the author
says, is it just another footnote in the puzzle of Dealy Plaza?--Peter Kross, editor, Back Channels

Riding the Tiger's Back, ISBN 0-918606-11-X, $23.95
Order Riding the Tiger's Back: A Footnote to the Assassination of JFK by Phillip Hemenway

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely
yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts,
or writings on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK
Researchers who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.
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Re: RIDING THE TIGER'S BACK: ROBERT CLAYTON BUICK # 1:

Postby Bob Jonas » Sat May 20, 2017 3:18 am

Bruce Patrick Brychek wrote:Lee Harvey Oswald may have never fired a shot at JFK, BUT LHO WAS CERTAINLY NO PATSY.

LHO may have been played like a violin, but he was instrumental in the Removal of JFK.


Could Lee be considered a patsy even though he was involved in the plot or would the more accurate description be that he was the fall guy?
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RIDING THE TIGER'S BACK: ROBERT CLAYTON BUICK # 1:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Wed Dec 06, 2017 3:55 am

12.06.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

12.03.2015 - I originally Posted this Headline and Supporting Material about RIDING THE TIGER'S BACK, one of 8 books by Robert Clayton Buick.

Before RCB wrote his 8 books, one was written about RCB.

Recently I received many Emails over the last several weeks asking about RCB.

I have Re-Posted RCB's books here in order.

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts, or writings on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK Researchers who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.
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