The ledger of Charles Nicoletti

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The ledger of Charles Nicoletti

Postby dankbaar » Sat Oct 19, 2019 9:17 am


Any chance that you and Jimmy will produce the ledger? Or at least the cover and the significant notation about JFK 11/22/1963?

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Re: The ledger of Charles Nicoletti

Postby Bob Jonas » Mon Oct 21, 2019 3:07 am

I can understand Jimmy not wanting to incriminate anyone, including himself, by producing the ledger, but certainly it could be shown with those details blacked out leaving only the JFK assassination entry in Mr. Nicoletti's handwriting for all to see. But in the end, it's Jimmy's call. Selfishly, I would love to see it and know where it was all these years. Perhaps even a video of Jimmy unearthing it. That would be powerful!!!
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Re: The ledger of Charles Nicoletti

Postby Slav » Mon Oct 21, 2019 3:19 am

What’s the purpose of showing the ledger
What will it accomplish
Will the media cover it
Will history change
Will they believe the story
Will anything change ?

I see no point, here you have a confession from JF and it recieve no news coverage, nothing has changed , if the shooter confesses to being the shooter and nothing happens what will documents do?
Who shot JFK - Files, Nicoletti,Roselli, Jack Lawrence, Frank Sturgis, Roscoe White, and others
Who shot MLK- police officer Frank Strausser.
Who shot RFK - Thane Caesar
All Cia hired assasins
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Re: The ledger of Charles Nicoletti

Postby Bob Jonas » Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:03 am

The ledger would provide tangible evidence to back up Jimmy's story but will the media listen? Certainly not now with the state of the press these days, but it would provide validity to the story for those who believe Jimmy to use down the line.
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The ledger of Charles Nicoletti

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Wed Nov 06, 2019 6:41 pm

12:41 p.m.,
Chicago, Illinois time:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

Wim - Best Regards as always.


However, please recall that I always advised J against:

* Working with Joe West.

* Working with Bob Vernon.

* Working with Julius Echols.

* Working with Jim Marrs.

* Working with Willem Dankbaar.

* Working with the CIA.

* Working with the FBI.

* Releasing The Diary.

J has never personally benefitted financially or legally from any aspect of The Removal of JFK
along with all of the articles, authors, books, interviews, movies, plays, seminars, videos, etc.

J was substantially hurt financially and legally from multiple aspects of The Removal of JFK.

J never initiated any aspect of his knowledge of The Removal of JFK.

The FBI Backed, initiated, and released facts, opinions, and theories of J's knowledge of The
Removal of JFK.

Any and all guarantees and promises made in the past both financially and legally were never

J has never personally benefitted one penny ($00.01) from any aspect of The Interviews, Release,
etc., of articles, books, interviews, movies, radio, seminars, speaking engagements, television,
videos, etc., from cooperating with West, Vernon, Echols, Marrs or Dankbaar.

J is comfortably living off of the radar.


11.22.2019 will be 56+ years since The Removal of JFK.

The JFK Researchers, The Main stream Media, and The General Public are still chasing their tails,
and their tales.

Whether Dan "Dangerous Dan" Marvin, J, or B shot JFK is irrelevant.

Who had the power to accomplish this ?

Who benefitted overall, and why ?

Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How is The Removal of JFK, MX, MLK, RFK, and the Oklahoma
Bombing, 09.11.2001, corruption, drugs, wars, and more, are covered up today from "We the People..."


Bob Jonas - We must agree to disagree on these points. It would not be powerful, ignored, and/or not

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.

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Re: The ledger of Charles Nicoletti

Postby Tom Bigg » Tue Nov 12, 2019 1:30 am

Proving any crime always comes down to evidence. If such a ledger exists, it would be worth not just millions but tens of millions regarding the crime of the 20th century. Just as 911 was the crime of this century (so far) without the right type of evidence getting produced by insiders. I have never believed in spending a lot of money for my own acquisitions, but give to real charities; if such a ledger exists, negotiate through a top lawyer and give the money away to benefit the truly needy in our inverted wealth pyramid society.
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Re: The ledger of Charles Nicoletti

Postby Tom Bigg » Mon Nov 18, 2019 10:39 pm

Was it destroyed? A google search of Nicoletti's ledger turned up a book that said he had someone destroy it: ... 66&bih=657

There are many concerns on Files, for example on the Spartacus forum.

2) John R. Stockwell published his critique of the James Files Story on 23rd January, 1997.
To date, no corroboration has been found in military records, by the FBI, by Bob Vernon, or anyone else to our knowledge (despite considerable efforts) of Files military service or his service in the 82nd Airborne...

Normal training for a recruit, before overseas deployment is about a year. Training to qualify as an advisor in small automatic weapons, setting detonators, explosives, mechanical ambushes, would take years. Advisors in a handful of Americans working with Laotians would obviously include seasoned men - not a small, skinny, green, 17-year-old recruit...

In 1955 Sam Giancana took over the Mafia family from Tony Accardo. In 1959 he was one of the most powerful crime figures in America - hardly one of the underlings.... one of the top lieutenants....

David Atlee Phillips was a propaganda specialist. Not a paramilitary man. It is very doubtful that he would be the controller of a Mafia shooter who was training Cubans...

He (Nicoletti) asked me then were do you think would be the best place for me? "I said, well, I think the Dal-Tex building...." Big problem here. Mafia hits are meticulously well-planned, usually involving several people. This is 2 hours before the assassination of the President and we are to believe they are walking around saying, where do you think I should stand?

Could a stranger just walk into the Dal-Tex building with a 30.06, just before the president is to drive by, and walk up to a window and shoot. (It seems there may (or may not) have been a closet with a window on the 2nd floor, by the fire escape. But, wouldnt that take some careful planning to find, identify, get a key to?

And what of the sound? Rifles are loud. Would no one in the building hear the shots? He would have been firing right down Elm. Many dozens of people, including credible individuals standing almost in the line of fire. Would none of them have heard the loud shots, muzzle blast, bullets, right behind and above them?

Here Files is detailing which shots hit and which shot missed. Watching through a scope, preparing to fire, how could he know there were hits and one miss? Kennedy did not lurch until after the head shot...

Note that legions of researchers, carefully viewing the Zapruder film have debated for years about hits and misses. This reads much more like something Files read in a book, than an eyewitness account.

Three times here, Files is zeroing in on Kennedy's left eye, side of the head, temple. Later in this transcript he does explain that he meant his own left, as he faced Kennedy. But, given the other extensive distortions in his confession the latter could easily be an artless correction of this inaccuracy. "So, as I fired that round, Mr. Nicoletti and I fired approximately at the same time as the head started forward then it went backward. I would have to say that his shell struck approximately 1000th of a second ahead of mine but that whats started pushing the head forward which caused me to miss from the left eye and I came in on the left side of the temple. At that point, through the scope I witnessed everyting, matter and skull bring (sic) blown out the back on the limo...."

This is all from the books and films, not what a shooter would have seen and registered in 1/1000th of a second. Nor could he have watched matter and skull bring blown out the back on the limo. The Fireball is a pistol, firing essentially the same cartridge as the M16 rifle. It kicks like a mule. Harder than any rifle. The recoil knocks it back and up. No way he could have fired and then watched through the scope.... (readers of this are invited to go to a range and shoot one).

" Nobody has paid me any money for this interview and I have asked for nothing." In fact, I understand that Files's daughter was paid $50,000 immediately after the project was sold to Dick Clark/MPI.

(Files) claims Nicoletti gave him his diary of all his hits and the Secret Service badges that had been used in Dealey Plaza. Any seasoned researcher is going to put big question marks beside the assertion that Nicoletti kept or gave to Files his diary of all his hits. It would seem extremely unlikely that a Mafia hitman would keep such a record, and questionable that he would leave it with anyone else.

Files initially said he and Oswald were "palling" around New Orleans with shipments of fake Thompson's submachine guns in 1961. Oswald was still in Minsk, that was a full year before he returned to the United States.

A colorful part of his story is how he fired one shot with his Fireball, took the cartridge out, bit down on it, and then left it on the fence railing. There are several unresolved problems with this. First, John Rademacher found 2 Fireball cartridges, not just one. Second, Files did apparently own a Fireball.... but the serial numbers clearly indicated that it's manufacture substantially post-dated the assassination. And finally, Joe West was conferring closely with Rademacher a year before he discovered and met Files. He and I had talked about the practicality of using a Fireball for a shot from the fence (first postulated by Josiah Thompson). Joe had photographs of the dented cartridge when he went to visit Files in prison.

According to Files's chronology, he would have been in Laos with the 82nd Airborne when he was still 17 years old. No authentication of his military record has ever been found. Nor does one enlist, go directly into an elite outfit, and then immediately get assigned overseas to a sensitive assignment. The boot and basic infantry training of a recruit takes about a year (I was going through the military training process in those same years.) Jump school alone is one month, and you had to qualify to make it.

Much of Files's story parallels information that is in the assassination books. Was he a reader? We do not know.
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