Subject: Chuck's JFK/Dallas Analysis
Chuck's analysis of the JFK evidence brings up
an interesting point:
Who in their right mind would leave such an important
investigation to the local cops?
Because the Dallas Ploice had jurisdiction, all
of the evidence, including the body of JFK,
should have been in its custody. Normally,
there would have been an autopsy in Dallas under
the scrutiny of the World's press. Instead,
someone ordered JFK's body back to Washington
over the objections of the Dallas Police and
in violation of Texas law. And we know how that turned out.
Who decided to take JFK's body back to Washington
is an unanswered question.
Also, you said "If you want to talk about massive
fuckups, who'd let a president ride in a convertible?"
JFK actually made that decision himself, not
for security reasons but because the expected rain didn't materialize.
Otherwise he would have ridden with a bubble
top on the convertible.
Jim may be right in saying that the Mob didn't
kill JFK, but I'm not sure that anyone really knows where the
secret government stops and organized crime
begins. At that time, Carlos Marcello was the Boss of New Orleans.
RFK had Justice Department goons kidnap Marcello
and drop him in a Guatemalan jungle 20 miles from civilization
with no money and no shoes. It seems to
me that Mr. Marcello would have wanted at least a little revenge for this
and so I assume that, at the least, the Mob signed
off on the JFK assassination.
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