Friday, July 26, 2013

Notes to Prequel to a Forensic Analysis

NOTES for: Prequil to a Forensic Analysis

1) Forensic - fo·ren·sic adj. 1. Relating to, used in, or appropriate for courts of law or  for public discussion or argumentation. 2. Of, relating to, or used in debate or argument; rhetorical. 3. Relating to the use of science or technology in the investigation and establishment of facts or evidence in a court of law: a forensic laboratory.
4)     Transcripts - LBJ Transcript - By K. Cunningham.
            Combined Tape Transcript
5)     Technical Analysis (Ed Primeau)
7)     Forensic Analysis will also try to determine if any laws were broken aboard Air Force One. Crimes committed in the air are federal offenses.
8)     Major H. Patterson, aka “Stranger.”
9)     Col. Dorman, Gen. LeMay’s aide.
10) White, T. H. Making of the President 1964.
11)  Nomenclature - glossary, acronyms, crypts, codes,,,.
12) Manchester, William. “Death of a President.” (1967 pages 61-63), (page 20).
13) 89th MAW - SAM Andrews AFB.  89th Airlift Wing Public Affairs1419 Menoher DriveSuite 108Andrews AFB, MD 20762  301-981-1110
14) Liberty” Station, Collins Radio, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Quote taken from Collins Radio Annual Reports (1962-63-64)
15) “Charlie” Channel and WHCA. Maj. Patterson, in a telephone conversation with Bill Kelly, said that the WHCA did not edit tapes, only recorded them for the White House and the Military.
16) Albertazzle, Ralph. “The Flying White House - The Story of Air Force One” (1979, Coward, McCann & Georghegan, NY)
17) Manchester, William. “The Death of the President.” On Col. George McNally, Star Group, WHCA.
18) Blaine, Gerald. “The Kennedy Detail” (Gallery, 2010, p. 215)
21) Lifton, David. Author of “Best Evidence,” David Lifton has a keen interest in the Air Force One radio transmissions, especially those conversations concerning the autopsy and the body.
22) Bales, Arthur, WHCA. After Action Reports. For Bales Complete Report see: JFKcountercoup: WHCA Comm Center After Action Reports
….When consulted by the Vice President, O'Donnell advised him to go to the airfield immediately and return to Washington.245 It was decided that the Vice President should return on the Presidential plane rather than on the Vice-Presidential plane because it had better communication equipment. 246…
25) LBJ calls Judge Hughes’ office. Warren Report, p. 58. - end
27) Bullion, J. W. “In the Boat.” Thanks to Robert Howard for obtaining this book.
28) Baker, Russ. Family of Secrets (Bloomsbury, 2009, p. 132) Note 32 – “Author interview with Pat Holloway, March 11, 2008. Halliburton had merged with Brown & Root in 1962.”
29) Davis, Jas. Walker. “Money Tree Grows in Texas” (1968)
31) Silver Dollar - Rogers, Alan; Haapanen, Larry. “A Phone Call From Out of the Blue” JFK Assassination Chronicles (Vol. 8, Issue 2, 2002)
32) SAM 86972. Used by Vice President, Cabinet and senior military officers. According to official descriptions, “The interior of SAM 86972 was divided into three sections: Forward (crew area), center (stateroom) and aft (passenger). The forward section had a communications center, a galley, lavatory and 13-seat compartment with one table and two overhead bunks. The center section was designed for VIP, with conference tables, swivel chairs, projection screen, two convertible sofa-bunks and a lavatory. The aft section was a combination staff and passenger areas, and contained a Xerox machine, reclining seats, overhead bunks, tables, galley two lavatories. The VC-137B was usually operated by an augmented crew of about twenty, including three pilots (two were qualified aircraft commanders), two navigators, two flight engineers, one crew chief, two communication systems operators, six flight attendants and four security guards.” 

33) Manning, Robert. Sec. State for Public Affairs. From The Kennedy Presidency An Oral History of The (page 450)Eraby Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober, an updated edition of “Let Us Begin Anew: An Oral History of the Kennedy Presidency” by the same authors.
34) Salinger, Pierre. “With Kennedy” (1966)  PBS Interview:
35) Schlesinger, Arthur. “A Thousand Days” (Houghton Mifflin, 1965)
36) Bohn, Michael. “Nerve Center” (Potomac Books, 2003)
37) Holland, Max “The Kennedy Assassination Tapes” (Alfred Knopf, NY, 2004, p.18 notes) on Hallett. While Holland didn’t identify the “Liberty” station, he did point out that Hallett knew Oswald from the US Embassy in Moscow.
38) Hallett, Capt. Oliver, USN.
39) Salandria, Vincent. “Tale of the Tapes.”
40) “Stranger” aka Maj. Harold R. Patterson. Identified on AF1 Tape at [18:52]
With Kennedy, p. 7; Death of a President, Manchester,p. 224
41) Oswald background over wire reports. See: Salandria “Tale of the Tapes.”
42) Ecker, Ron. “The Tokyo Flight - Coincidence or Conspiracy?”
43) Judge, John. Recollections of conversation with SAC pilot.
44) LeMay and Art Collins.
45) Manchester, Wm. “Death of a President” (Footnote 9 - p. 371).
46) White, Theodore. H. “Making of a President 1964”
47) Schotz, E. Martin. “History Will Not Absolve Us” (1966) 

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