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No matter what side of the issue of Oswald’s guilt or innocence in the attempted murder of Ex-US Army Major General Edwin Walker one comes down on, one thing is certain: the life of America’s ColdWar Rogue General and the plot that murdered John Kennedy undeniably intersected on the night of April 10, 1963.
For two weeks, our guest Paul Trejo (author of “The Memoirs Of Harry Dean”, available at http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/367550 ) has detailed with us Edwin Walker’s chequered career. This week, we explore connections between Walker and Oswald, and Mr. Trejo lays out the case for his theory on Edwin Walker’s complicity in the assassination of John Kennedy.
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In the late evening of April 10, 1963, SOMEBODY tried to assassinate Ex-United States Major General Edwin A. Walker at his Dallas, TX home, parking a bullet in his study wall mere inches above his head. Lone Nutters insist it was Lee Oswald; many on Our Side Of The Fence will tell you “no WAY it was Oswald”. Is the truth of April 10 that cut and dried? Or is it somewhere in the middle?
The first person to come forward with allegations of connections between Oswald and Walker~in 1965~was former- Fair Play For Cuba Committee(Chicago) AND John Birch Society member(Los Angeles) Harry Dean. Grassroots Assassination Researcher Paul Trejo~co-author of “The Memoirs Of Harry Dean”, available as an e-book download at http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/367550 ), sat down to talk with us about Dean a few shadowy connections between General Walker and his Alleged “Attempted April Assassin”.
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