Lee Harvey Oswald was framed for the death of
As the photo shows us here--so tragically--our slain President was left "wide open" on Nov. 22, 1963. The sole car ahead of the presidential limo is fully out of any danger, and the car behind Kennedy, stuffed with secret service "protectors" cannot be seen, instead of
JFK was shot repeatedly, but ONLY when SS agent Clint Hill disobeyed an order not to leave the follow-up car and sprinted to the limo did any help
JFK's doctor had also been removed from the car.
Below is another photo showing three people in the front seat.
VINCENT PALAMARA HAS MET AND INTERVIEWED MORE SECRET SERVICE AGENTS IN "THE KENNEDY DETAIL" THAN ANY OTHER PERSON. IT IS MY DUTY TO MAKE HIS INFORMATION AVAILABLE TO ALL, which can be found online at:
ANYONE WHO PARROTS "LEE HARVEY OSWALD ASSASSINATED PRESIDENT KENNEDY" AS I'VE SAID BEFORE--EITHER HAS A DOUBLE-DIGIT IQ, IS INCREDIBLY TRUSTING OF OUR GOVERNMENT (DESPITE ITS HEINOUS TRACK RECORD ON LYING ABOUT THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION) OR IS A HENCHMAN FOR "THEM."
BELOW IS AN INTRODUCTION TO PALAMARA'S WORK. YOU CAN VIEW MANY YOUTUBE VIDEOS HE HAS ALSO MADE, WHICH I HAVE FEATURED IN PREVIOUS BLOGS DUE TO THEIR PROBATIVE VALUE.
I HAVE PLACED COMMENTS IN BOLD FACE THROUGHOUT.
Judyth Vary Baker
VINCENT MICHAEL PALAMARA / Survivor’s Guilt
Survivor’s Guilt: The Secret Service and the Failure to Protect the President by
Vincent Michael Palamara contains the following revelations:
• The fraudulent notion that JFK had ordered the agents off the rear of
his limousine in Dallas is conclusively debunked. Agents on or near
the rear of JFK’s car would have thwarted his death.
• The popular and widespread myth that President Kennedy personally
ordered the bubbletop off his limousine in Dallas is likewise shown to
be a convenient exaggeration. An impossible multiplicity of responsibility is painstakingly demonstrated, as are multiple options involving
the bubbletop that were not used in Dallas.
• The alarming and shocking behavior of perhaps the most important
agent connected to the Dallas trip, JFK’s driver, is explored in unprecedented detail.
==JVB: Guess who the driver was who responded incorrectly in the Nixon trip to Caracas, Venezuela,allowing crowds to reach Nixon, attack his limo, and spit on him?
JVB: I was told in November, 1963 that a study had been made of William Greer's slow reaction to danger -- he had a habit of putting on the brakes when startled, I was told -- which would make him "the" ideal person to place in the driver's seat that day. He had many such previous assignments as driver. It was important to have the car slow down or even stop so Jackie Kennedy would not get hit. A rumor had spread that Aristotle Onassis (who was at the White House when Jackie returned with JFK's body) would have sought revenge on anyone who accidentally hit Jackie, should an assassination attempt be made on Kennedy with Jackie as a victim as well:
"Onassis was a guest at the White House during the funeral. President Kennedy had told Onassis that he was not welcome in America until after the 1964 election, but his presence went unnoticed in the days of shock and mourning that gripped America and the world. He played the part of court jester at the funeral, drinking heavily and telling stories with Bobby and Teddy Kennedy. Nevertheless, the Kennedy brothers instinctively disliked him.
On December 3, a week after JFK's dramatic, televised funeral, Onassis and Maria Callas conspicuously celebrated her 40th birthday at Maxim's in Paris. But a close Onassis aide, Panaghis Vergottis, said that he knew Onassis' interest in the newly-widowed Jacqueline Kennedy would not quickly go away."
• The long-standing and wide-reaching myth that President Kennedy
was difficult to protect and somehow, directly or indirectly, made his
own tragic death easier for an assassin or assassins is exploded for
the first time in devastating and authoritative detail.
• The presence of unauthorized Secret Service agents in Dealey Plaza,
the site of the assassination, is exhaustively documented in devastating detail.
• The media’s reporting of the death of a Secret Service agent the day of
the assassination is painstakingly examined.
• The untimely death of a Secret Service agent shortly before the Texas
trip is revealed in context.
• The Dallas police plan to use many flanking motorcycles, used to
shield the President during the motorcade, was changed shortly before the assassination by the Secret Service.
• Disturbing sentiments regarding President Kennedy on the part of
several key Secret Service agents is revealed, as well as the justifiable
feelings of guilt and responsibility for the President’s death by others.
In addition, the surprising conspiratorial beliefs of several former
agents are chronicled.
• The covert monitor of mortal threats to JFK’s life for the New York,
Florida, and Texas trips—the last three major Presidential forays—by
two members of the Secret Service’s Protective Research Section is revealed.
comment by JVB: AND TODAY THE SOLD-OUT MEDIA IS EXONERATING THESE MEN WITH THE USUAL FILMS AND TV SPECIALS THAT HAVE TRIED UNSUCCESSFULLY FOR YEARS TO BLAME OSWALD.THE PEOPLE MUST NOT BE FOOLED INTO THINKING THE SECRET SERVICE WAS NOT INVOLVED IN PLANS FOR KENNEDY'S ASSASSINATION.
REF FOR PALAMA'S OUTLINE: ASSASSINATION RESEARCH / Vol. 4 No. 1 © Copyright 2006 Vincent M. Palamara
Survivor’s Guilt 2 Revelations
• A little-known military intelligence presence is shown to have existed
in Dallas on November 22, 1963, yet another probable covert monitor
of mortal threats to the President that was covered up after the assassination.
• The presence of a CIA agent at the hospital the dying President was
taken to is revealed.
• For the first time ever an exhaustive account of all the recent prior
threats to Kennedy’s life just before the President’s journey to Texas is
• The premature approval of Kennedy’s speech site in Dallas by members of the Secret Service, over other options, which determined the type of security used for the site, the choice of the route used to get to the destination, and even the speed of JFK’s limousine, is detailed in
• Despite the rabid, right-wing environment in Dallas, it is shown that
there were allegedly no threats found by the agency in this troubled
city, a seeming impossibility. Like the choice of speech site, this failure determined the level of security—or lack thereof—used for JFK’s
mortal trip to ‘the Big D’.
• The press and photographers, Kennedy’s personal physician, military
aides, and several important vehicles were moved from their normal
positions close to JFK at the last minute, again by the Secret Service.
• The lack of proper local police and military involvement will be shown
to be Secret Service responsibilities and, ultimately, failures. In addition, the strange omission of key members of the Secret Service is investigated.
• It is shown that overpasses, buildings, windows, and rooftops were
not properly monitored, due to Secret Service negligence (or worse). In
addition, the strange conduct of local police and the agents themselves is also investigated, along with the ramifications of this behavior. An unprecedented agent-by-agent examination is documented, with disturbing results.
• Evidence that the fateful motorcade route Kennedy rode in Dallas was
changed at the eleventh hour by the Secret Service is detailed in full.
Also, like the speech site, it is conclusively documented that other options—and alternative routes—were availabble and not used that fatal
day in Dallas.
• Palamara demonstrates convincingly that President Kennedy was actually very personable and friendly with the Secret Service and did not interfere with their actions at all. In addition, JFK’s oft-noted obsession with death will be shown to be a by-product of his knowledge of threats to his life just before Dallas.
• Evidence of covert security tests and studies, as well as the destruction and altering of crucial documents, evidence, and testimony, is revealed. Also, disturbing FBI–Secret Service feuding is investigated in
• A mountain of lies and bureaucratic cover-up is investigated, along
with the ramifications of these falsehoods for the subsequent investigations into the assassination, the conduct of the Secret Service itself, and, ultimately, the writing of accurate history.
• Gross negligence and, in some instances, seeming culpability on the
part of members of the Secret Service, sworn to protect the life of
John F. Kennedy, is detailed with many disturbing ramifications revealed.
• Primary, first-hand accounts of over 70 former Secret Service agents,
White House aides, and family members, many of whom have never
spoken publicly before, are documented in revealing detail. No other
author or government investigative body has successfully interviewed
and contacted as many of these men as Palamara. No other book has
ever examined the conduct of the Secret Service in such voluminous
and authoritative detail..."
SURVIVOR’S GUILT: THE SECRET SERVICE AND THE FAILURE TO PROTECT THE
PRESIDENT BY VINCENT MICHAEL PALAMARA.
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