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(2 comments) SHARE Friday, April 12, 2019 The Julian Assange Case: Revealing War Crimes Is Not a Crime
What we are facing is an all-out assault against one of the most significant acts of civil resistance in the history of the United States. Specifically, the civil resistance of Chelsea Manning, her whistleblowing that helped end the US combat role in Iraq in 2011, and the courage of Julian Assange in ensuring that Manning's resistance was effective.
(1 comments) SHARE Sunday, May 22, 2016 We Filed Suit to Prevent Mass Confusion at the California Primary
The two major parties toy with the Independent voters of this country. They run the boards of elections and they make up the rules as they please as they go along. The result is that every county is a fiefdom, run by each county election official in a different way. This does not inspire confidence in the integrity of the vote.
(2 comments) SHARE Wednesday, June 10, 2015 The Hidden Castro Assassination Plots
What I offer here is new research on two key operations designed to kill Castro - Patty and Liborio - based in military intelligence and in specialized "nets" within Cuba. The officers running these other operations may have met up with Bill Harvey's get-Castro team in 1962. I believe these "hidden plots" were not revealed during the "limited hangout" the Agency was forced to endure during the 1970s.
(9 comments) SHARE Wednesday, November 19, 2014 How the Warren Commission Covered Up JFK's Murder
An analysis of the factual problems in the case against Oswald. These would have turned into legal problems. If Oswald had lived and gone to trial, the chain of custody of most of the items of evidence is so weak that the case would have probably been dismissed by the judge, simply because there was no reasonable basis for the case to proceed to a jury for verdict. Series: POLITICAL REPRESSION AND FRAME-UPS IN POSTWAR AMERICA (3 Articles, 35640 views)
SHARE Thursday, March 11, 2010 The JFK Case; the Office that Spied on its Own Spies
Documents reveal that the CIA used Lee Harvey Oswald's visa requests for espionage purposes in shadowboxing with the Soviets before the JFK assassination. During Sunshine Week March 14-20, take action to free the JFK files and other files as well. Informants can be interviewed or released from their oaths while they are still alive. The House Oversight Committee can do the right thing and open the vaults. Series: POLITICAL REPRESSION AND FRAME-UPS IN POSTWAR AMERICA (3 Articles, 35640 views)