More Research on ‘The Three Tramps’: Charles Harrelson, Chauncey Holt and Charles Rogers and their connection to LBJ.
The reason I’m digging into Web sites on the coverup of the JFK assassination of 40 years ago, is to show the way the mass media failed to report the red flags of a conspiracy and coverup of the killing of a popular president by members of America’s liberal Democrat party. It is what it is and the “Fairness Doctrine” helped keep the truth hidden.
Imagine if any on the left realized that their Democrat party has been behind some of the worst crimes in U.S. history? (In reality, I don’t think they care that much).
Lois Gibson, a forensic artist and facial expert for the Houston Police Department was awarded with a 2004 entry in the Guinness Book of World Records for solving the most crimes from composite sketches. She is also skilled in rebuilding a face from a human skull.
Ms. Gibson has made a study of the photographs of “the three tramps” and concludes with certainty that the individuals are Chauncey Holt, Charles Rogers, and Charles Harrelson (Woody Harrelson’s father). In her own words, she “bets the farm on it.” Her findings are presented in a narrative presentation and she is on a road show.
It is of paramount importance to “show the world that America is not a banana republic, where a government can be changed by conspiracy.”
—Member John J. McCloy, at the first meeting of LBJ-appointed Warren Commission
The Warren Commission printed 10 million words in 26 volumes—brilliant pebbles to impress and confuse the public.
Vice President Lyndon Baines Johnson, once a public school principal, whose ambition, pride and ruthlessness were well known, was going to be dumped from the ticket after three years of inside ridicule at the hands of the Kennedy crowd, and further the Billy Sol Estes scandals were about to end LBJ’s powerful political career.
Clint Murchison threw a party at his Dallas residence the night before the assassination and his guest list included H.L. Hunt, John McCloy (future Warren Commission member who’s quoted above), J. Edgar Hoover, and Lyndon Johnson. They went into a private meeting and the VP Lyndon Johnson came out and told Madeleine Brown, one of his mistresses, “Those damned Kennedys will not be poking fun at me after today.” This, accordin to Madeleine Brown.
The Warren Commission reported that Oswald’s motive was that he was a publicity-seeking, lone nut, communist. Like most propaganda about what happened to JFK, little evidence supports the official theory.
For example, upon arrest Oswald protested, “Now everybody will know who I am.” And after a night of interrogation, Oswald said “I’m a patsy.”
This lends itself to other compelling evidence that Oswald was handled, a CIA and FBI asset.
Fall guy Oswald was in the Texas School Book Depository at the time of the assassination, so he superficially had opportunity. A job he landed through friends. The trouble is that within ninety seconds of the shooting the building superintendent Roy Truly and Dallas policeman Marrion Baker found Oswald standing in the lunch room on the second floor calmly drinking a coke, despite (allegedly) committing the “crime of the century.”
He did not have enough time to fire on the president, run to the opposite corner of the sixth floor where the weapon was discovered, hide it, race down four flights of stairs without being seen (the elevators were locked in the wrong position for descent), get a coke and show no sign of exertion or emotion. Other TSBD employees concurred that they heard no footsteps and did not see Oswald racing down the stairs for his encounter with Truly and Baker.
On March 12, 1998, a 1951 fingerprint of Malcolm “Mac” Wallace was
positively matched with a copy of a fingerprint labeled “Unknown,” a
fresh print lifted on November 22, 1963, from a carton by the southeast
sixth floor window of the Texas School Book Depository. This carton was
labeled “Box A,” and also contained several fingerprints identified as
those of Lee Harvey Oswald. The identification was made by A. Nathan
Darby, a Certified Latent Print Examiner with several decades experience.
Mr. Darby is a member of the International Association of Identifiers,
and was chosen to help design the Eastman Kodak Miracode System of
transmitting fingerprints between law enforcement agencies. Mr. Darby
signed a sworn, notarized affidavit stating that he was able to affirm a
14-point match between the “Unknown” fingerprint and the “blind” print
card submitted to him, which was the 1951 print of Mac Wallace’s. US law
requires a 12-point match for legal identification; Darby’s match is more
conclusive than the legal minimum. As cardboard does not retain
fingerprints for long, it is certain that Malcolm E. Wallace left his
fingerprint on “Box A” on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book
Depository early on November 22, 1963.
No expert marksman has ever been able to reproduce the Warren Commission script on the first attempt that the lone assassin fired three deadly shots within six seconds from behind a moving limo with a cheap, bolt-action Mannlicher-Carcano rifle. The absurdities of the Warren theory are countless, but one is that a real lone gunman on the 6th floor of the TSBD would have shot the president as his limo approached the Book Depository on Houston Street rather than waiting until it turned onto Elm Street and went away from the sniper. A leafy tree obstructed half the good shots along Elm Street. Further, the rifle in the fabricated backyard photos used by the Warren Commission to link Oswald to the Mannlicher-Carcano rifle found in the TSBD is not the same weapon! And Oswald’s assassination? The conspirators could not allow Oswald to stand trial since he could easily prove his innocence and implicate insiders as well. Oswald eluded his own scheduled murder on the streets of Dallas and far removed Oak Cliff, following the assassination, so mob figure Jack Ruby was given the order to finish him off.
Months later, Ruby died in jail before he could speak before the Warren Commision. Ruby implicated LBJ according to a Dallas Times Herald reporter.
The most serious evidence proving that JFK’s death was an inside job, and not of a lone, crazed communist, is the systematic destruction of evidence, fabricated evidence, omissions in gathering evidence and dead witnesses and potential squealers. The medical data—body, autopsy, and X-rays—were criminally tampered with and forged in the case of X-rays, primarily to hide the evidence of the frontal shots and the huge hole shot out the back of the president’s head with the attendant brain loss.
There was evidence he was shot in the head at least twice. The limousine was immediately sent to Michigan for a makeover, covering up the multiple shots and especially to replace the windshield with its bullet hole from the front, likely a fatal headshot. Eyewitnesses were intimidated and their testimony distorted and inverted beyond recognition. The federal government stonewalled New Orleans prosecutor Jim Garrison, governors refused to extradite witnesses and dozens of witnesses and insiders were murdered. Garrison’s chief suspect, David Ferrie, was found dead less than a week after the Times-Picayune broke the story of Garrison’s investigation.
It’s not over. Saint John Hunt is finishing a book titled “Bound to Secrecy.” It is based on his own research and that of others linking to his father, E. Howard Hunt, who admitts knowing about a conspiracy, but didn’t want to take part. Hunt oullines the LBJ connection, motive and coverup.
Like Charles Herrelson, E. Howard died earlier this year.