Wednesday, November 24, 2010

FBI'S ZACK SHELTON INTERVIEWED BY PLAYBOY....TIME TO LOOK AT JAMES FILES









ZACK SHELTON WAS INTERVIEWED IN NOVEMBER'S PLAYBOY. BELOW: SHELTON WITH WELL-KNOWN FIGURE...




IF YOU THINK JAMES FILES IS TO BE IGNORED IN THE MATTER OF WHO KILLED JFK, IT'S TIME TO READ THE COMMENTS POSTED AT JFKMURDERSOLVED.COM --BELOW--

Zack Shelton interviewed by Playboy
by tom jeffers on Sat Oct 23, 2010 8:57 pm








Zach was interviewed by Playboy and it appears in the November 2010 issue.



...He does include opinions of other fbi retirees that feel he was right on track. One of the interesting items is the fact that he verifies that Tony Accordo was still in charge of the chicago outfit during this time. those who were inside knew it and those who thought they knew everything keep saying that giancana was the man. Accordo was a slippery devil and alluded everyone for years to make them think he was retired. this was a big issue because alot of people discredit jimmy because he kept saying the hit came down from Accardo.

http://jfkmurdersolved.com/pdf/playboy.pdf
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Re: Zach Shelton interviewed by playboy
by ChristophMessner on Sat Oct 23, 2010 9:27 pm

Acc"a"rdo.
Zacharias Shelton had an interview with Wim Dankbaar and Jan de Vries, too, maybe Wim can show it.
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Re: Zach Shelton interviewed by playboy
by tom jeffers on Mon Oct 25, 2010 5:33 pm

IT SEEMS YOU CANNOT UPLOAD A PDF FILE SO IF ANYONE WOULD LIKE TO READ THE INTERVIEW DROP ME AN EMAIL AND I WILL FORWARD IT TO YOU.

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Re: Zach Shelton interviewed by playboy
by Barney on Tue Oct 26, 2010 5:56 am

Well, after much hoopla, Zack Shelton's Playboy interview left me feeling let down somewhat. He downplays the importance of James Files knowledge
of the assassination plans and carry thru on Kennedy, almost 50 years ago. 90% of the info developed in the article was contained in the dvds and the
interview and book by Jimmy Files and Wim Dankbaar.

One must understand, that even up to this date, Jimmy Files refuses to discuss many of the plans, persons, and activities, involved with the Outfit and
his dealings with the CIA, before, during and long after the Kennedy thing. To Jimmy the K thing was a sideshow to other projects that he was working on
and worked on during his long career, and the K murder was not that important to him in the scheme of things, or the so-called Big Picture. Barney
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Re: Zach Shelton interviewed by playboy
by ChristophMessner on Tue Oct 26, 2010 8:05 am

The playboy is certainly a place of truth-finding.
Jewish cabale and money orientation.
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Re: Zach Shelton interviewed by playboy
by tom jeffers on Tue Oct 26, 2010 2:56 pm

barney,

i did not get the impression that you did when i read the article. he clearly states his facts that he gets from other fbi sources and contacts. In a way he states that jimmy might have embellished his role but he definately agrees that jimmy was there and I think that he was more inclined to believe him than not.

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Re: Zach Shelton interviewed by playboy
by j.j.c.bruinsma on Wed Oct 27, 2010 1:49 pm

Thanks Tom.

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Re: Zach Shelton interviewed by playboy
by Barney on Wed Oct 27, 2010 7:42 pm

Members; dont get me wrong here, I dont think Zack did a bad job on the interview. I just think he withheld a good bit of information he has access
to via his former FBI associates as federal agents at the time of the Kennedy assassination. Particularly since J Edgar Hoover put a major clamp down on
disclosure of important information readily available from the agency either to not embarass his agency as he thought of it, or out of utter hatred for the
three Kennedy brothers, the Triumvirate as he and Johnson called it.

At this time, we all know with reasonable certainty from Agent James Hosty, that LHO was a paid informant, having a secret code number and being
paid between $200 and $300 per month. When LHO moved to Ft. Worth and Dallas area, Agent Hosty was assigned the job of keeping tabs on LHO,
seeking information on the Cuban and Russian community that he had contacts with. George DeMohrenschild was the CIA associate who was assigned to
keep tabs on Marina and Lee Oswald for the agency.

It should be of interest, that George and Jackie Kennedy were very close friends, they visited often prior to her marriage to JFK, as her mother dated
George for a time, after her divorce from BlackJack Bouvier, her name being Janet Auchincloss I think it was. She and her sister and cousins called him,
our beloved Uncle George.

Would it not be odd, that George may have played some role in enabling the murder years later of her husband, our President in 1963, on the streets of
Dallas, Tx. a place that both felt was rude, crude, and a wildwest town from a bygone era at best, but probably much worse.
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Re: Zach Shelton interviewed by playboy
by tom jeffers on Wed Oct 27, 2010 8:43 pm

don't forget that although Zach is retired, "once an fbi agent, always an fbi agent". I am sure that playboy had its own agenda and cut much of Zach's information. Notice how Zach never mentions any alphabet soup agency? He is not going to jeopardize his pension. He will remain mum on many facts that he knows.
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Familiar ground, blood-soaked
by Phil Dragoo on Wed Oct 27, 2010 11:14 pm

There's a story here, but it's not in this article—which is out of focus, intentionally so, to, as Chauncey Holt put it, “muddy the waters.”

We don't trust the FBI, not then, not now, not ever.

We don't trust Robert Blakey—the liar—who lied that all Bethesda personnel agreed with the autopsy photos, and none did not—when, in fact, these witnesses agreed with the Parkland witnesses as to the large occipital exit wound.

What DO we know?

Working backwards, Charles Nicoletti and George DeMohrenschildt were killed ON THE SAME DAY, March 29, 1977.

Before they could testify before Blakey's whitewash posse. Blakey was the CIA's punk, installed in lieu of Sprague, who rewrote the report to protect CIA.

We are on firm ground affirming that Maheu of the Hughes group was used to bring in Roselli—who brought in Giancana, Nicoletti—who brought in Files.

That it was the Roselli group tasked with the Castro hit, that this CIA op was used to get Kennedy.

Holt and Plumlee are pilasters in this wall, buttressing the seeming anomaly of outfit people in the Dealey plan.

Was it, as Holt said, “to muddy the waters”--we know Braden/Brading was nabbed in the Dal-Tex Building, the source for the back shot, the Tague shot, perhaps the EOP shot.

Was it Files who did the frontal shot—he describes it accurately as it was seen at Bethesda, and by several at Parkland, over the eye, in the hairline, where it was excised.

He describes the rear exit wound.

And Ruby—what was he, chopped liver? On November 7, 1963, Jack Ruby received a collect call from George R. (Barney) Baker which lasted 17 minutes. Baker was an “associate” of James R. Hoffa.

So, James Files is popped for murder in Laos in 1960, is training up Cubans for BOP in 1961, is racing stockcars and tapped by Charles Nicoletti as wheelman, winds up in Dallas with Nicoletti, and Rosetti, Oswald, and Ruby.

But a couple of FBI agents “burn Dick Clark”--hey, we're shocked—ordinarily the FBI is all about truth, justice and the American way—suddenly they take time to blow up a hot lead in the JFK hit.

And Katzenbach gets a mention—that would be the Katzenbach in on the decision to create the Warren Commission to “assure the American people that Oswald alone was responsible and would have been convicted at trial.”

Point being, when the muddy water sits, and the sediment settles, we find LBJ was “good friends” with Hoover who turned a blind eye to “organized crime” which cooperated FULLY with the CIA which was running the wars, notably in Vietnam, later in Nicaragua, Afghanistan—wherever.

It's not “either/or”--it's both/and, all-of-the-above, and the only rules are three can keep a secret if two are dead, or one is in jail and smeared with the label of liar, publicity-seeker, what-have-you.

There is a trail of metal on the lateral X-ray from the right eye to the Harper fragment—which fragment has at its right edge a trace of lead.

The signatures of Files and Nicoletti on the contract sent down from a council of concerned citizens, some in uniform, some in the shadows, all of them powerful and without scruple.

Baddabing, baddaboom.

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Final section of article
by Phil Dragoo on Fri Oct 29, 2010 11:02 pm

Three thoughts on the final segment of the article.

Wacks’s superiors would not
permit him to take Marcello up on his offer.
“That really pissed me off,” says Wacks. “I
said to my boss, ‘What’s it going to harm
us?’ But he said, ‘We don’t want to go there.’
For some reason, the bureau wanted to close
the book on the assassination. That bugs me
to this day.”

What! The FBI didn't want Special Agent Wacks to talk to Marcello about killing Kennedy?! I am just so shocked because you know how dogged and determined that Hoover was in leaving no stone unturned in his unstoppable pursuit of the truth in the murder of his good friend Kennedy.

For G. Robert Blakey, now a professor at
the Notre Dame Law School, what Zack
Shelton and the other agents have found
adds weight to his thesis about organized
crime’s role in the assassination. “Little by
little, more pieces about organized crime’s
involvement keep coming out. Nothing of
substance has come out on the CIA other
than that it wanted to cover things up. The
stories of most substance are related to organized
crime.

Well, yes, I would say that's why Blakey—not Sprague—ran that show: because he was the Agency's a word-that-rhymes-with-bitch. And Blakey was so truthful—like saying all witnesses agreed with the photos of the autopsy and none did not and so the Parkland witnesses were mistaken. Except that that's a lie and we know that from the work of the ARRB and the volumes of Doug Horne.

Blakey is more skeptical about Files. “The
acoustical evidence does show a bullet was
fired from the grassy knoll, and it was fired
at a supersonic rate nearly simultaneous
with the third shot. But I believe that bullet
missed. If you look at the X-ray evidence of
the skull, it’s pretty conclusive the fatal shot
came from behind.”

Except that the great genius Blakey is lying again. The phonied up x-rays have been taken apart by Gary Aguilar and David Mantik; and the latter shows the Harper Fragment fits midline occipital on the F8 photo in the Fox series—which Baden blew big time.

And that fragment has at its right edge the lead trace from the EOP entry from the Dal-Tex (hello Roselli, Nicoletti, Braden/Brading) and was blown out by James Files with his XP-100 Remington Fireball.

The truth interlocks; only lies and forgeries are contradictory.

Excellent article providing reinforcement.

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Re: Zach Shelton interviewed by playboy
by Barney on Sat Oct 30, 2010 2:57 pm

The so-named Warren Commission, Prof. Blakey, Senator Arlen Specter, and many others charged with an unbiased investigation of the Kennedy murder are
basically " traitors" or even worse. If every damned one of them still alive were hanged along the Lincoln Memorial Reflection Pool in long rows, it would suit
the hell out of me. Not because I admired or had such respect for Kennedy, especially after the shit starting to hit the fan about his private life, but that he was our elected President,and
as a Nation, we cannot permit the gun and bullets to determine our national future instead of the ballot boxes across this vast and great nation of ours. Millions
have paid with their lives for the freedom to vote, to participate in the election and voting process, so be forewarned, its in danger of extinction like the buggy whip, codes of honor, and
eons old dinosaurs, who just died out and nobody remembers just why. "Once freedoms are lost", they seldom appear again on their own short of a revolution to make it so again for future unborn generations. Must we endure a Third American Revolution????????