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This week, Dr. Jeffery Caufield, author of the new book “General Walker And The Murder Of President Kennedy: Extensive New Evidence For A Radical-Right Conspiracy” is back on The Dallas Action.
This is a fascinating, fast paced conversation on The man who manipulated our favorite patsy, Lee Harvey Oswald, in New Orleans. From his early days in the FBI, his checkered career in law enforcement, his personal anti-Communist crusade, and his ties to~and his work on behalf of~some of the the most deplorable, violent, and dangerous Radical Right-Wing racist/pro-segregationist forces in America. From the John Birch Society to the Minutemen, Banister was there. And Banister was a Believer.
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This week will see the release of Dr. Jeffery Caufield’s new book, “General Walker And The Murder Of President Kennedy: The Extensive New Evidence Of A Radical-Right Conspiracy”, (available at http://www.amazon.com/General-Walker-Murder-President-Kennedy/dp/0991563700 ), and we are pleased, privileged and humbled to have Dr. Caufield join us here, for the first of a few visits.
Listeners to *THIS* podcast are familiar with people like Col. William Potter Gale, Dr. Stanley Drennan, and of course, Ex-U.S. Army Major General~and alleged Lee Oswald attempted murder victim~Edwin A. Walker…but the evidence re: wide-ranging assassination plots by elements of the Radical Right in 1962 and 1963~although known by government agencies at the time~seems to have been completely ignored by those very same agencies, both before AND after November of 1963.
This week, Dr. Caufield begins by illuminating hard, concrete, undeniable connections between Walker, Oswald’s “Chief”, W. Guy Banister, and the only man that we can say with Absolute Certainty had foreknowledge of the impending murder in Dealey Plaza: Radical-Right Racist Joseph Milteer~ a man who knew much more than he ever told William Somerset.
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