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IN THIS EPISODE~ Author, Researcher and Political Assassinations Scholar Larry Hancock is BACK on the show! He shares with us his 2017 “November In Dallas” LANCER Powerepoint presentation for use in our own private study-group “analysis workshop”. Mr. Larry has worked up a system for, as he calls it, “separating the wheat from the chaff”, specific points/questions/criteria that, when applied to witness statements & stories, can help you better determine which witnesses are worthy of further consideration and which ones are probably a waste of time and not worth further consideration.
So, we’re going to apply these criteria to several witnesses/characters in the narrative, including Fred Crisman, E. Howard Hunt, Thomas Beckham, Loran Hall, Gene Wheaton, Gerry Hemming and others. We’ll also apply the criteria to ME, and my personal experience as an accidental witness to a murder 13 years ago.
THIS is a fun, informative and most of all INSTRUCTIONAL conversation. JOIN IN!
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IN THIS EPISODE: Mr. Larry Hancock~author of “Someone Would Have Talked” and “Nexus”~ joins us for a Lights-Out FANTASTIC conversation on INTERPEN-affiliated Mercenary, Anti-Castro Paramilitary Operative, member of our Miami 7 “Gunboat Cowboys” Dealey Plaza Hit-Team Suspect,and sidekick to guys like Hemming &
Santiago alike, Roy Emory Hargraves.
We’ll go Deep Background & Analysis on the “Operational” Hargraves, and detail why the interview of Hargraves by Noel Twyman (“Bloody Treason”, published in the 1st. Edition of Mr. Hancock’s “Someone Would Have Talked”) may be the most Explosive Thing Ever Published on The Assassination.
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As New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison’s investigation into the Execution of John Kennedy was just getting underway, a mysterious Cuban from Miami who claimed ties to the Anti-Castro community came forward, eager to help.
And that’s when the chaos began.
In hindsight, knowing what we know now, Bernardo De Torres should have been one of the targets of the probe. With ghostly and shadowy ties to many characters within the narrative, implications regarding his own possible role are many.
This week, author/historian Larry Hancock (“Someone Would Have Talked”) joins us to detail De Torres, a man many who’ve studied The Case describe as, very simply, “Untouchable”.
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