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  1. #1
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    Oct 2008

    Edgar Eugene Bradley

    November 22, 1963. As I have earlier stated (Roger Craig) , the time was approximately 12:40 p.m. when I ran into Buddy Walthers. The traffic was very heavy as Patrolman Baker (assigned to Elm and Houston Streets) had left his post, allowing the traffic to travel west on Elm Street. As we were scanning the curb I heard a shrill whistle coming from the north side of Elm Street. I turned and saw a white male in his twenties running down the grassy knoll from the direction of the Texas School Book Depository Building. A light green Rambler station wagon was coming slowly west on Elm Street. The driver of the station wagon was a husky looking Latin, with dark wavy hair, wearing a tan wind breaker type jacket. He was looking up at the man running toward him. He pulled over to the north curb and picked up the man coming down the hill. I tried to cross Elm Street to stop them and find out who they were. The traffic was too heavy and I was unable to reach them. They drove away going west on Elm Street.
    In addition to noting that these two men were in an obvious hurry, I realized they were the only ones not running TO the scene. Everyone else was running to see whatever might be seen. The suspect, as I will refer to him, who ran down the grassy knoll was wearing faded blue trousers and a long sleeved work shirt made of some type of grainy material. This will become very important to me later on and very embarrassing to the authorities (F.B.I., Dallas Police and Warren Commission). I thought the incident concerning the two men and the Rambler Station Wagon important enough to bring it to the attention of the authorities at the command post at Elm and Houston.

    I ran to the front of the Texas School Book Depository where I asked for anyone involved in the investigation. There was a man standing on the steps of the Book Depository Building and he turned to me and said, "I'm with the Secret Service." This man was about 40 years old, sandy-haired with a distinct cleft in his chin. He was well-dressed in a gray business suit. I was naive enough at the time to believe that the only people there were actually officers -- after all, this was the command post. I gave him the information. He showed little interest in the persons leaving. However, he seemed extremely interested in the description of the Rambler. This was the only part of my statement which he wrote down in his little pad he was holding. Point: Mrs. Ruth Paine, the woman Marina Oswald lived with in Irving, Texas, owned a Rambler station wagon, at that time, of this same color.


    From the book depository and of course that grassy knoll,

    And the Dal Tex building's shooter fulfilled his deadly role,

    The noon day sun was witness as they took their awful toll,

    His dream goes marching on.

    I learned nothing of this "Secret Service Agent's" identity until December 22, 1967 while we were living in New Orleans. The television was on as I came home from work one night and there on the screen was a picture of this man. I did not know what it was all about until my wife told me that Jim Garrison had charged him with being a part of the assassination plot. I called Jim Garrison then and told him that this was the man I had seen in Dallas on November 22, 1963. Jim then sent one of his investigators to see me with a better picture which I identified. I then learned that this man's name was Edgar Eugene Bradley.

  2. #2
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    Jan 2009

    "Rush to Judgment"

    The Warren Commission was dominated by two men, who, in a legally-just democracy, would have been, if not indicted for complicity in the murder, surely under suspicion as accomplices after the fact. These men were Allen Dulles and John McCloy. Dulles had a direct connection to the patsy, Oswald. Dulles was intimately acquainted with the Paine family. Lee Harvey Oswald and his family lived with Ruth Paine in Dallas in the fall of 1963. Dulles's mistress, Mary Bancroft, was best friends with Michael Paine's (Ruth Paine's husband) mother.

    Michael Paine worked at Bell Helicopter (a major defense contractor during Vietnam) with one Walter Dornberger. Dornberger was an ex-Nazi rocket scientist (and the chief villain of my book) who should have been tried and hanged at Nuremberg for war crimes. Instead he was evacuated to the US under a secret CIA program (Operation Paperclip) run by Allen Dulles.

    Rush To Judgment was written by Mark Lane.

    Jack Ruby had mob connections dating back to the 1930s. When Santos Trafficante (Florida mob boss) was jailed in Havana by Castro in 1959 after Castro took over the casinos, it was Ruby who visited Trafficante more than anyone else. Ruby also worked for Richard Nixon as a Senate investigator in the 1940s.

    JFK was not shot from behind. His head flies violently backwards, indicating a shot from the front. Pieces of skull and brain matter flew out over the left rear of the limo, striking Dallas motorcycle cop Bobby Hargis. Blood and brain matter hit Secret Service Agents in the Queen Mary, the follow up car.

    Ruth Paine and George DeMohrenschildt, under the direction of CIA case officer David Atlee Phillips, were his primary handlers in Dallas. But there was also an Oswald double running around doing all sorts of conspicuously suspicious things in the fall of 1963.

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