Note the Chain

Note the Chain

All humans are pattern-seeking creatures because the recognition of valid patterns is an evolutionary mechanism in the human brain. While indeed overreliance on seeking just self-gratifying patterns can lead to false connections and incorrect speculations, patterns based on verifiable evidence do not often suffer from these pitfalls. When a chain of events occurs with a pattern established in evidence, it feasibly leads to reasonable questions and new facts. The chain of historical events if studied closely might reveal the yet unseen connections and present that what once is dismissed with scorn can still be true…

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The Power of the Press

The Power of the Press

A nation of citizens that desires a free press must seek to promote an informed public and must at times rely on the content of the independent press to provide them neutral inspections that reports without agenda. The Fourth Estate is an honorary title reflecting the power of influence relegated to members of the media because they have no official power. Yet they do choose what historical and contemporary issues of importance are widely known to many citizens and their stories often can make and destroy the careers and lives of nearly any person no matter how beloved or reviled. However, we should also consider those revealed by evidence abusing this position to influence the public...

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2017 Lancer NID Conference Presentation Evidence

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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