Presenting The Ochelli Effect's "JFK Myths 15" an expanding series dedicated to the examination of claims and evidence related to the assassination of President Kennedy. This latest episode concerns the allegation related to Malcolm Wallace, Beverly Oliver, and Richard Case Nagell. Evidence and assessment is provided by Professor Joan Mellen, author Carmine Savastano, with researchers Fred James and Steve Roe.
Upstanding citizens, thugs, killers, con artists, and vagrants populated the seediest areas of the Big Easy. Amid this patchwork of aspiration and desperation, a rumbling in New Orleans began surrounding Jim Garrison's investigation of President Kennedy's death. The New Orleans District Attorney faced several challenges because amid the corridors of power in United States several officials the Kennedy case was closed. Yet Garrison was committed to revealing a plot he believed might include several officials, Cuban exiles, and local figures. Unfortunately, some in the public attempted to malign and obstruct him but this remains overlooked to embrace their other assertions. Yet the legal value of a witness is equal to the consistency of their statements…Read More
The prior contended story of Roscoe White despite its lackluster ideas is still advocated by some and the subject of at least one new book. These ideas are compared to verifiable evidence and the evolving associated claims. #JFK #evidence #myth
Your host Chuck Ochelli, researcher Rob Clark, and C.A.A. Savastano the author of "Two Prince's And A King" reunite to discuss public and official myths in the assassination case of President John F. Kennedy.
C.A.A. Savastano pays a visit to Pirate Radio's Japhy Ryder to discuss internet censorship, the JFK document releases, myths, and evidence. Join them for an unfiltered conversation regarding some the verifiable and mythical ideas related to the JFK case. #JFK #evidence
JFK Assassination Myths returns to the Ochelli Effect! Join researchers Rob Clark, Steve Roe, Carmine Savastano, and Chuck Ochelli to discuss myths related to the JFK case and compare them to evidence. #JFK #myths #evidence
Offered below is the evidence regarding subjects Carmine Savastano discussed at the JFK Lancer 2017 NID Conference. Subjects included myths regarding Joseph Milteer, Tosh Plumlee, E. Howard Hunt, Judyth Vary Baker, Hugh Aynesworth, and Priscilla McMillan Johnson.
Myths and Misses in the JFK Case:
Myth 1: Joseph Milteer and a Plaza Full of Mirrors
Myth 2: Tosh Plumlee and the Abort Team Story
Myth 3: Where was E. Howard Hunt?
Myth 4: Judyth Baker and The Castro Coffee Story
Myth 5: Hugh Aynesworth and the CIA
Myth 6: The CIA connection to Priscilla McMillan Johnson
November 18, 1994, former music producer Bob Vernon spoke before the Assassination Records Review Board. Vernon representing the company Truth Truth Truth Inc. presented the story of James Files another man who claimed to be President Kennedy's assassin. The associated video "Confessions of An Assassin" notes investigator Joe West spent a considerable amount time and money regarding his investigation into the James Files claims. It also remarks that West died before Files could give a full confession, yet Files could have easily saved West months of time by offering verifiable proof or other witnesses that could substantiate his claims, Files never did. West is not the last person to lose time and money chasing the improbable claims of James Files. Bob Vernon would eventually do so as well...Read More
The idea that President John F. Kennedy was allegedly shot accidentally by Secret Service Agent George Hickey was most recently presented in the film "JFK: The Smoking Gun". Bonar Menninger presented a former incarnation of the story in his book "Mortal Error: The Shot That Killed JFK". However, the story was offered first to the media and then to the Federal Bureau of Investigation decades earlier by gunsmith Howard Donahue. The story when viewed with historical perspective and evidence has serious verifiable issues...
Lee Harvey Oswald's Mexico City travels present many official and public allegations and little conclusive verified evidence. A few have presented evolving ideas and some have chosen to believe former assertions despite the problematic evidence. Certain assertions have sought to make definite claims regarding Oswald without the necessary definite proof...
An enduring yet presently unproven claim is the assertion that Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby knew each other. Magician and ventriloquist Bill DeMar propagated among the first known assertions regarding connections between Oswald and Ruby. The Federal Bureau of Investigation interviewed DeMar and presented a photograph of Oswald, DeMar "said he believes this is the man he saw seated among the patrons of the Carousel Club 'one night last week'. DeMar advises he works seven nights each week and, therefore, is unable from his recollection to determine which particular night of the week he observed Oswald..."i DeMar's hazy recollections do not make for a compelling start...Read More
Feasibly second only to Lee Harvey Oswald, another person is asserted by some to be responsible for the death of President Kennedy. Some accuse President Lyndon Baines Johnson, based upon similar unproven hypotheses. They claim he is who most benefitted from the President's death; however, that is not true. Others did benefit more; for instance, J. Edgar Hoover received a lifetime appointment to the FBI's directorship from President Johnson. Johnson gained a looming shadow of accusation that has endured over five decades. His troubled one-term presidency is a paltry reward for such claimed actions...Read More
Perhaps no other alleged criminal rests mired amid such controversy as Lee Harvey Oswald and many facts despite their proven basis in evidence remain contended decades later. Allegations swirl often concealing the verifiable details regarding Oswald and some dismiss all primary evidence in favor of popular speculation. Yet unproven allegations from either side of the case are not compelling and deeper inspection may offer greater clarity...Read More
Allusions related to Luisa Calderon in the Kennedy case are still offered by a few as relevant. The incident and accompanying decades of speculation have fueled a feasible myth to develop. Some attached undue importance to unproven allegations that endure of a Communist plot without substantial evidence. The episode, despite its supporters, is what one prominent researcher refers to as a "mountain built out of a molehill"...Read More