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Octafish Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Sep-18-04 11:07 PM
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203. Mark North, "Act of Treason" -- Debrueys is DYNAMITE!
This Texas attorney put together a darn good case against J Edgar Hoover as being a co-conspirator -- at the least the guy turned a blind eye to some warnings. I failed to check his book against this "new" memo. Here's what North found Hoover to have entered in his diary regarding "Warren Debrueys, the local (FBI) case officer in charge of political groups." Bet this guy knows how to write a heck of a memo.

Act of Treason
by Mark North
pp. 294-295

8/8/63 -- THURSDAY: Oswald is reportedly seen in Orst Pena's bar (Pena is an FBI informant) with an Hispanic individual. "Pena claimed after the assassination that Oswald had been in his bar -- one night just before the fracas inthe street with Bringuier and the anti-Castro Cubans." He is also supposedly seen various times this summer in thecompany of FBI agent Warren De Brueys, the local case officer in charge of political groups. Debrueys will deny ever being with Oswald. The ex-Marine is, however, classified by the local field office in the political/subversive groups file. At the least, Debrueys is aware of him and has undoubtedly read his file.

End of Quote

Gee. A problem that seems to run throughout the history of the FBI. Sounds like the FBI knew about Oswalds, um, activities and didn't send a heads-up phone call to Secret Service.

North makes another mention of Debrueys and "Quigley" in regards to Oswald's radio interview in which he discusses American policy toward Cuba. North believes either Quiqley or Debrueys fed radio host William Stuckey background info on Oswald. One can only imagine what that was.

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