Notes of Dialogue: Assassination #5 July 28, 1971
- Black Panthers riot in New Orleans prison, among their list of demands is to have Jim Garrison removed as District Attorney.
Ted Kennedy framed at Chappaquiddick to prevent him from running against Nixon in 1972 presidential election. Ted Kennedy interview in Look magazine said his brothers killed and Chappaquiddick are why he won't run for President in 1972.
- Los Angeles lawyer Barbara Warner Blair claims Dwayne Wolfer shouldn't be promoted to head criminalogist because he tampers with evidence. He's suing for $2 million.
Nation magazine July 19, 1971 article by Fred Cooke "Assassination Investigations -- The Irregulars Take the Fields". He says the news media are trying to make it look like only kooks are investigating assassinations. He quotes Senator George Murphy and Dallas Chief of Police Jessie Curry as both not believing in the lone nut assassin story of JFK. Curry's book "The JFK Assassination File". Last week the SF Chronicle had an article smearing the researchers.
- The Soviet Union published an article about a power struggle between the eastern U.S. seaboard and the southwest. The southwest gained the upper hand with the killing of JFK.
12/1/70 NYT book review of Jim Garrison's book "Heritage of Stone".
- Hon. John R. Rarick of Louisiana told Congress about a long-suppressed Government Employees Exchange report titled "Otto Otepka: Victim of the New Team", on the CIA to establish an underground government within our government (Congressional Record April 30, 1969 - pg. 10918).
"Computers and Automation" is a good technical magazine that also has articles on assassinations.
- Mae's file on "Migratory Birds" are on people who arrived in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area just before JFK was killed, then left right after, many were later employed by the defense industry.