Dec 26, 2016

I Love Hillary

Yes, it's true.

I love Hillary Clinton and I have been waiting for her forever.

So sad after the election that I have just now started watching the news and that would usually be PBS or listening to a progressive radio station.

She is a strong lady and our nation is also strong and we will all survive in spite of the outcome but a setback may be in store for the Supreme Court and Planned Parenthood.  Those are deal breakers for this Hillary girl.

She sent this beautiful letter and I wanted to share it with everyone:

Chloe --

Before this year ends, I want to thank you again for your support of our campaign. While we didn't achieve the outcome we sought, I'm proud of the vision and values we fought for and the nearly 66 million people who voted for them.

I believe it is our responsibility to keep doing our part to build a better, stronger, and fairer future for our country and the world.

The holidays are a time to be thankful for our blessings. So let us rejoice in this season and look forward with renewed hope and determination.

I wish you and your family health, happiness, and continued strength for the New Year and the work ahead.

I look forward to staying in touch in 2017. Onward!

With deep appreciation and warm wishes, I am,



Chloelouise--Hillary girl forever

Dec 12, 2016

Larry Hancock from SWHT Talks Jack Ruby and Who Remains Important in The JFK Mystery

Finally got to meet my hero Larry Hancock this year at the 2016 November in Dallas Lancer JFK Conference.

I always like Larry because he is someone I can understand and he takes time to explain things.  

One of Larry's best things is that he is able to tell me why one story is important and one may seem important at first but as time goes on the story may become embellished with items other than facts, even though it remains a good story and interesting conversation.

To me just as a regular person that has followed this JFK thing forever and feel it is still the most interesting and important story of the day his words are very appreciated.

Also, Larry is very kind in responding to the regular persons questions.

Listen to Larry on his radio interviews and hear what he has to say about Madeline Brown and James Files.  It is important because their stories make sense and it is easy to grab on to their words.  One can remember those stories when some other important research details fade over time when they are not latched on to the human touch.

Larry told me in the long run these two stories just do not hold up because the facts are plainly not there to support them.

Thanks, Larry, for giving us a heads up in what to pay attention to in this whole confusing JFK thing.

Check out Larry Hancock's website and see the comments on this story:

Everyone interested in JFK should think about attending the Lancer November in Dallas Conference.

Seriously, I could have spent all day listening to the experts and researchers takes us on a tour of Dealey Plaza.

Thanks, for all of your hard work, Larry, in putting on this informative conference and telling us about your important information on JFK.

New post on Larry Hancock

The Risks of Knowing Jack

by Larry Hancock

These days ongoing discussions of the JFK assassination tend to focus on either events along Elm Street on that day in Dallas or upon the activities and background of Lee Oswald. It’s even possible to miss the fact that in the earliest days, a great deal of investigative effort was initially focused on Jack Ruby – not simply as Oswald’s killer but as a potential window into the conspiracy which killed President Kennedy. During the months following the murder a number of leads surfaced which suggested that Ruby had prior knowledge of the attack, that his elimination of Oswald was something forced on him by his involvement and that phone calls and visits connecting him to Los Angeles and Los Vegas deserved intense scrutiny.

And while the rumors of mysterious deaths related to the Kennedy assassination are often no more than gossip or coincidence, there is no doubt that the investigators and reporters who became too interested in Ruby, especially those who became devoted to ferreting out his true connections, appear to have been uniquely at risk. Most people would be surprised to realize that the Warren Commission itself fielded only two field investigators reporting directly to it. They might be even more surprised to know that both were dismissed for being overzealous in pursuing connections related to Jack Ruby.

But there were much greater risks than losing a job, especially for those who knew Jack and had heard certain passing remarks before the assassination – remarks which suddenly had a new and sinister meaning as of the afternoon of November 22, 1963.  Several individuals may well have lost their lives over just that – ranging from women who worked for him at the Carousel Club (although some of those fled for their lives within days and stayed successfully out of sight for years and even decades), to both local and national reporters who decided to dig deeply into his connections.

There certainly were people who heard Ruby gossiping before the assassination – about something explosive happening in Dallas during the President’s visit. In some instances they managed to stay out of the limelight, one instance of that can be found in an IRS informant close to Ruby who reported being invited downtown by Jack, to watch the “fireworks” during the motorcade. In some cases those individuals became too visible and died under mysterious circumstances – one young woman recorded as having hung herself in a holding cell in Dallas, a young Dallas vice beat reporter on a personal crusade found dead after being attacked in his apartment, a woman who had warned individuals of the Dallas attack later run over and left by the side of a road in Louisiana and finally nationally known investigative reporter Dorothy Kilgallen – who had declared she would run the conspiracy to the ground after haven spoken to Ruby during his trial in Dallas.

I write about most of these individuals in detail in Someone Would Have Talked, presenting the case that Ruby’s connections led back to the west coast and to Johnny Roselli, who arranged for Ruby’s legal defense with a phone call to Melvin Belli’s law partner the weekend after the assassination. The Ruby story is a key one, too often ignored these days. However at last month’s Dallas conference, two speakers presented on their new books – one (Fallen Petals, by her son) dealing with the life of Rose Cherami and the second (The Reporter That Knew Too Much by Mark Shaw) exploring Kilgallen’s initial investigation and why it turned fatal for her.

If you are interested in the Kennedy assassination and have not explored Jack Ruby in depth, you are missing a key lead.  It was a lead that the Dallas Police and the Warren Commission chose to avoid but one which was significant enough to get a number of people killed – digging into Jack Ruby was risky business, suggesting that Jack represented a real threat in terms of exposing the conspiracy.

Dec 10, 2016

Mary Pinchot Meyer Expert Peter Janney Talks CIA JFK and The Cover-Up of The Century

Once Peter Janney starts talking about his book Mary's Mosaic and his first hand knowledge of Mary Pinchot Meyer it is almost impossible to get this compelling story out of your mind.

Seriously, not many people today really knew the individuals involved in the John F. Kennedy murder mystery.

This man not only grew up as a friend and neighbor of Mary Meyer but he also had a relationship with her son.

Peter Janney's father was a grand poo-bah in the CIA.

His father either had a hand in or direct knowledge of the events that happened on that fateful day in Dallas November 22, 1963.  Perhaps more correctly stated his father had knowledge of the cover-up.

Listen to him chat about his story and see what your take is--it is impossible not to be influenced by his unique relationship with Mary as she comforted him as a mother as his own parents were often emotionally absent.

No, this man has a lot to offer and as a JFK assassination follower for over 50 years it is as if he is filling in some of the missing pieces of the puzzle as to who JFK was; a very great man but with some definite weaknesses and someone who had a world vision for our country.

He goes on to explain JFK was saddled by a raucous group of CIA big wigs that did no want to let go of their power or accept Kennedy's idea of world peace.

Peter Janney grew up with Mary Meyer and he obviously loved and had great respect for this beautiful lady.  He presents a picture of Mary with a personal friendship and ultimate gratitude for this forward thinking lady.

Many can relate to parents that have an alternative motive other than the welfare of their children. Sadly, he knew something was going on but in the end it took a lot of work and research to find out exactly what his father had as a goal.

As a psychologist as he further defines JFK and some of his addictions it is refreshing because some of the antics of the beloved president are hard for the average citizen to hear and understand.

The JFK story is human nature all the way around but it is nice to have a professional try and explain some of these mysterious actions to us.

Thank you Peter Janney for taking the time and the hard work for telling us a little bit about your life and your relationship with those who directly affected John Kennedy.

Your life was directly affected by John Kennedy.

I hope you will tell us more as time goes on--your life story is important to all of us and the history of the world.

Nov 29, 2016

Photo Op Dealey Plaza: Tour at The November In Dallas JFK Lancer Conference 2016

If anyone is at all interested in the JFK assassination the JFK Lancer November in Dallas Conference is well worth the trip.  I could have spent all day listening to the experts talk and give us their take on things as we toured Dealey Plaza after the conference.  One cannot leave that event without an appreciation for all of the hard work many individuals have put in to try to get to the truth of what actually happened on that day in November of 1963.
Dealey Plaza Tour at The November In Dallas JFK Lancer Conference 2016

JFK expert and researcher Casey Quinlan gives us his take on things at the Texas School Book Depository

JFK author and expert Chris Gallop shows us around--from the TSBD pointing towards Dealey Plaza and the JFK route

Casey Quinlan just outside the TSBD

From this view 2 people saw two men standing in the sniper's nest with rifles prior to JFK passing by--from Dr. Brown on the tour