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Lefty_the_Right Donating Member (381 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Sep-17-04 02:19 PM
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9. The supplemental disk of JFK
Edited on Fri Sep-17-04 02:21 PM by Lefty_the_Right
Has a documentary, and more memo's than just this one.

If you watch both the documentary and the documentation that it has, along with the other one with Admiral Prouty, you will see that Stone is probably right.

Prouty was sent to Antarctica for two weeks in November 1962 to run security for some diplomats.

If he had been in the States, he would have been in charge of security in Dallas that day.

The character that Donald Sutherland is based on him, and in the interview, he says that he doesn't say anything except what he knows, and he has the documentation to prove it.

It's not that he says he has direct proof, just that when you put it all together, it is pretty obvious that it was an "inside" job.

Jim Garrison was trying to prove that the suspects knew each other, and therefore there was a conspiricy.

The government denied that they ever worked for the CIA, FBI, or had any previous contacts, by disallowing evidence.

We now know that almost every one of them, Ruby, Oswald, Ferry, etc all worked for the government at some point.
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