Tuesday, July 9, 2013


                                           WHO FRAMED OZZIE RABBIT?

Once you recognize that Lee Harvey Oswald was not the Sixth Floor Sniper and is not responsible for killing President Kennedy, then one is free to chase the real killer, the one in the white shirt and bald spot on the top of his head, as well as those who protected him and covered up the truth.

Proof that Oswald wasn’t the Sixth Floor Sniper does not mean he is totally innocent, as there is a paper trail that connects him to the rifle, and the shells found at the crime scene are connected to that rifle, as is the bullet found at Parkland Hospital, and Oswald’s fingerprints were found on the rifle and the boxes on the Sniper’s Nest window. There are problems in the provenance of all of this “so-called evidence,” as Oswald put it, and appeared confident he could refute when given the chance. A chance he would never be given.

As the designated patsy however, Oswald fulfilled his mission, like a rabbit let lose at the scene of the crime for hunters and their hound dogs to follow, everyone insists on chasing him – “Ozzie Rabbit” as he was known in the marines, a nickname based on a then popular comic strip.

"I met Murder on the way –
He had a mask like Castlereagh:
Very smooth he looked, yet grim;
Seven bloodhounds followed him.
All were fat; and well they might
Be in admirable plight,
For one by one, and two by two,
He tossed them human hearts to chew."

[Edmund Lester Pearson, The Masque of Anarchy. From: "Studies In Murder"]

Oswald was just the first of many human hearts that the real assassins tossed to the bloodhounds following them. [ For other unsolved homicides related to the assassination of President Kennedy see: http://jfkcountercoup.blogspot.com/2008/01/related-unsolved-homicides.html ]

If the approach to President Kennedy’s death is that of an unsolved homicide and it is subsequently determined that Oswald could not have been the killer, then the murder must at least be considered an unsolved homicide until all of the questions are answered.

Even if you ignore the evidence that exonerates Oswald [Doors of Perception - Why Oswald Is Innocent] and still believe he was the Sixth Floor Sniper, it can also be demonstrated that regardless of whether his role was that of the Assassin or the Patsy, he was not deranged, crazy, or a loner, but instead Oswald fits the criminal personality profile of a covert intelligence operative. [http://jfkcountercoup.blogspot.com/2009/08/covert-operational-profile.html]

So if, as in the adventures of Alice in Wonderland, you decide to go “Through the Looking Glass,” and follow Oswald into the Rabbit’s hole, you know you are going into another world, “The Wilderness of Mirrors,” and the crime is not an ordinary one.

Oswald was chosen and designated the patsy by the real assassins not only to serve as the rabbit to distract street investigators away from the real assassin(s) but because once it was realized the assassination was not the work of the rabbit or a deranged lone nut, but instead was a sophisticated covert intelligence operation, the trail didn’t go cold, but red hot. So those who pulled his government files would allow those who pulled the Patsy’s strings to go publicly unidentified, and the intelligence network responsible for the Dealey Plaza operation would continue to function unmolested for decades, and in fact, remnants of it remain operational today.

                           THE NOMENCLATURE OF INTELLIGENCE

Even if Oswald was the designated patsy and not the actual assassin, he must have been close to those who framed him, as only your friends and those you trust could frame you for a crime you didn’t commit. And it’s certainly a lot easier to frame someone who is a covert operative because they work on what they call a “need to know basis” and they follow the orders of their case officer.

First however, before jumping into the Rabbit’s Hole, as I learned in taking up the history of the game of golf, you have to learn the nomenclature of intelligence in order to understand what’s going on. (See: Birth of the Birdie - The First 100 Years of Golf at Atlantic City Country Club, 1996).  If someone said they “hit a double bogie, two birdies and an eagle on the back nine,” unless you played golf or knew something about it, you wouldn’t know what they were saying.

The same principles apply to those who want to chase “Ozzie Rabbit,” the designated Patsy in the Dealey Plaza Operation, into the Rabbit’s Hole - so if you go Through the Looking Glass, you can make your way around the Wilderness of Mirrors if you know the nomenclature, as well as the sources, methods and techniques of intelligence.

In 1964, after being ceremoniously fired by President Kennedy for the Bay of Pigs,    Allen Dulles published a book “The Craft of Intelligence,” which some say was ghost written by E. Howard Hunt, and touches on the subject of the language and the rules that are used to play what they call The Great Game - of espionage. This language and these rules apply to everyone who plays the game - regardless of what nation, agency or corporation they work for.

Fortunately for those who want to study these operations historically, the rules they abide by limits the realm of possibilities and makes it easier to understand what is actually going on, even though it is designed to be secret and covert.

Dr. David Mauer, a Kentucky college professor who taught linguistics, wrote the book “The Big Con” (1945), a study of the language of confidence men and swindlers of the early 20th century, which was later made into the movie “The Sting.” 

Mauer’s book “The Big Con” was required reading in the classes on tactical intelligence methods taught by Paul Linebarger, the Maryland professor who wrote the text book “Propaganda,” and whose students included E. Howard Hunt, David Atlee Phillips and Edward Lansdale, who were versed in what Linebarger called the “Black Arts.”

Linebarger said that covert operations should be conducted like the Big Con Artists grifters of the early 20th Century pulled off their elaborate “stings” by paying off the local “dicks,” setting up the “Mark” in the “store front” façade and having the “Inside Man” play him for what he has on him and then sending him for more.

At the end of Mauer’s book he has a glossary of slang words and phrases commonly used by the con artists, and in the same vein, Peter Dale Scott posted a glossary of acronyms, words and phrases that the military uses and he uses in describing and discussing Deep Political events that are also covert intelligence operations - such as the Bay of Pigs, Watergate, Iran Contra and the assassination of President Kennedy.

Towards that end, I have also added some additional words and acronyms to the list.  

In discussing Oswald, this list is especially useful in regards to his associations with people like George deMohrenschildt and Ruth and Michael Paine and their various friends and associates - the people who, intentionally or not, helped to frame Oswald as the Designated Patsy.

Ruth Paine, for instance, in the course of her testimony, expressed a familiarity with these words and phrases when she discussed Oswald, as she said, “He (Oswald) was operating from a base at 214 Neeley Street….and operating for a time out of a room on Beckley,” something that an ordinary housewife would simply refer to as home.
When US Army Ranger Bradley Ayers described some of his co-workers at JMWAVE, Gordon Campbell was the “Inside Man,” while his deputy Karl was the “Outside Man,” who dealt directly with the Cuban commandos, all set up around the facade of the fake corporation Zenith Technical Services, just as David Mauer described the players and the layout of the Big Store when the con artists pulled of a Sting.

Therefore, for those who do go "through the looking glass" into the "wilderness of mirrors" and then down the Rabbit's Hole, where they talk in riddles, I give you a glossary that I've put together that should help translate the slang and nomenclature that intelligence operatives use, along with, if you follow the link, some relevant acronyms, crypts, codes and aliases that should assist you in the journey.

For those who want to know the details of how Lee Harvey Oswald was framed and who did it I suggest you read Bill Simpich's series of articles on the Twelve Who Framed Oswald.

GLOSSARY of Intelligence Terminology

Agent – An individual who acts under the direction of an intelligence agency or security service to obtain, or assist in obtaining information for intelligence or counter-intelligence purposes.
Agent of Influence – An individual who can be used to covertly influence foreign officials, opinion molders, organization or pressure groups in a way that will generally advance objectives, or to undertake specific action in support of objectives.
Agent Provocateur – An agent employed to stir up trouble, create chaos and generally make mischief (primarily in the opposition camp).
Analysis – A stage in the intelligence processing cycle when collected information is reviewed to identify significant facts; the information is compared with and collated with other data, and conclusions, which also incorporates the memory and judgment of the intelligence analyst.
Archival history - (PDS) A chronological record of events, as reconstructed by archival historians from public records; as opposed to deep history, which is a chronology of events concerning which the public records are often either falsified or nonexistent.
Asset – Any resource – a person, group, relationship, instrument, installation or supply at the disposition of an intelligence agency for use in an operational or support role. The term is normally applied to a person who is contributing to a clandestine mission, but is not a fully controlled agent
Assessment – Part of the intelligence process whereby an analyst determines the reliability or validity of a piece of information. An assessment could also be a statement resulting from this process.
Backstopping – A team for providing appropriate verification and support of cover arrangements for an agent or asset in anticipation of inquiries or other actions which might test the credibility of his or its cover.
Basic Intelligence – Factual, fundamental and generally permanent information about all aspects of a nation, - physical, social, economic, political, biographical and cultural, which is used as a base for intelligence products in support of planning, policy making and military and covert operations.
Bigot List – A restrictive list of person who have access to a particular and highly sensitive class of information.
Biographical Leverage – Blackmail
Biological Agent – A micro-organism which causes disease in humans, plants or animals or causes deterioration of material.
Biological Operation – Employment of biological agents to produce casualties in humans or animals, and damage to plants or material; or a defense against such an attack.
Black – A term use to indicate reliance on illegal concealment of an activity rather than a cover.
Black Bag Job – Warrant less surreptitious entry, especially an entry conducted for purposes other than microphone installation, such as physical search and seizure or photographing documents.
Black List – A counter-intelligence listing of actual or potential hostile collaborators, sympathizers, intelligence suspects.
Black Propaganda – Propaganda that purports to emanate from a source other than the true one.
Blow – To expose, often unintentionally, personnel, installations, or other elements of a clandestine activity or organization.
Bug – A concealed listening device or microphone, or other audio surveillance device; also, to install the means for audio surveillance of a target.
C – The initial denotes the chief or head of the British Secret Service
Cabal - (PDS) A network, often of cliques, operating within or across a broad social and bureaucratic base with an agenda not widely known or shared. According to many dictionary definitions, a cabal is a group of persons secretly united to bring about a change or overthrow of government. But in the deep state cabals can also operate within the status quo to sustain top-down rule, including interventions from the overworld.
Case – An intelligence operation in its entirety; the term also refers to a record of the development of an intelligence operation, how it will operate, and the objectives of the operation.
Case Officer – A staff employee responsible for handling agents.
Chemical Agents – A chemical compound which, when disseminated, causes incapacitating, lethal or damaging effects on humans, animals, plants or materials.
Chemical Operations – Using chemical agents – excluding riot control, to kill or incapacitate for a significant period.
Cipher – Any cryptographic system in which arbitrary symbols or groups of symbols represent units of plain text.
Clandestine Intelligence – Intelligence information collected by clandestine sources.
Clandestine Operations – Intelligence, counter-intelligence, or other information collection activities and covert political, economic, propaganda or paramilitary activities, conducted so as to assure the secrecy of the operations.
Clique - (PDS) A small group of like-minded people, operating independently within a larger social organization.
Code – A system of communication in which arbitrary groups of symbols represent units of plain text.
Code Word – A word which has been assigned a classification and a classified meaning to safeguard intentions and information regarding a planned operation.
Continuity of government (COG) - A term of art for secret arrangements for command and control in the event of an emergency.
Collation – The assembly of facts to determine the relationship among them in order to derive intelligence and facilitate further processing of intelligence information.
Collection – The acquisition of information by any means and its delivery to the proper intelligence processing unit for use in the production of intelligence.
Communications – A method or means of conveying information from one person or place to another, not including direct unassisted conversation or correspondence.
COMIT- Communications Intelligence – Technical and intelligence information derived from communications by someone other than the intended recipient, not including the press, propaganda or broadcasts.
Company – Nickname for the CIA.
Compartmentation – The practice of establishing special channels for handling sensitive intelligence information, limited to individuals with a special need for that information.
Concealment – A provision of protection from observation only.
Confusion Agent – An individual dispatched by his sponsor to confound the intelligence or counter-intelligence apparatus of the opposition, rather than to collect or transmit information.
Control – Physical or psychological pressure exerted on an agent or group to ensure that the agent or group responds to the direction of Case Officer, intelligence agency or service.
Counterespionage – Aggressive operations against another intelligence service to reduce its effectiveness or to detect and neutralize espionage.
Counterinsurgency – Military, paramilitary, political, economic, psychological and civic action taken by a government to defeat subversive insurgency within a country.
Counterspy – An agent put into place where he can betray or mislead the opposition.
Courier – A messenger responsible for the secure physical transmission and delivery of documents and material.
Cousins – British Special Intelligence Service nickname for the CIA.
Cover - A protective guise used by a person, organization or installation to prevent identification with clandestine activities and to conceal the true affiliation of personnel and true sponsorship of activities.
Cover Story - The preplanned public explanation for covert activity.
Covert Action – Any clandestine activity designed to influence governments, events, organizations, or persons, including political and economic action, propaganda and paramilitary activity.
Covert Operations – Operations planned and executed against governments, installations, and individuals so as to conceal the identity of the sponsor or else to permit the sponsor’s plausible denial of the operation. They differ from clandestine operations in that emphasis is placed on concealment of identity of sponsor rather than on concealment of the operation. 
Critical Intelligence – Information of such urgent importance that it is transmitted at the highest priority to the President and other decision makers before passing through regular evaluation channels.
Cryptanalysis – The breaking of codes and ciphers into plain text without initial knowledge of the key employed in the encryption.
Cryptography – The enciphering of plain text so that it will be unintelligible to an unauthorized recipient.
Current Intelligence – Summaries and analysis of recent events.
Cut-Out – A person who is used to conceal contact between members of a clandestine activity or organization.
Deception – Measures designed to mislead a person or entity by manipulating, distorting or falsifying evidence to induce a reaction.
Decrypt – To convert encrypted text into plain text.
Defector – A person who for political or other reasons, has repudiated his country and may be in possession of information of interest.
Deep politics - (PDS) All those political practices and arrangements, deliberate or not, that are usually repressed in public discourse rather than acknowledged.
Deep state - (PDS) A term from Turkey,[A] where it is used to refer to a closed network said to be more powerful than the public state. The deep state engages in false-flag violence, is organized by the military and intelligence apparatus, and involves their links to organized crime. 
Dual state - A state in which one can distinguish between a public state and a top-down deep state. Most developed states exhibit this duality but to varying degrees. In America the duality of the state has become more and more acute since World War II.
Directive – Basically any executive branch communication which initiates or governs departmental or agency action, conduct or procedure.
Dirty Tricks – Covert and Clandestine operations used in U.S. politics.
Disinformation – Deliberately placed information, often inaccurate, used to counteract or support a covert intelligence operation.
Dissemination – The distribution of information or intelligence products (in oral, written or graphic form) to departmental or agency intelligence consumers.
Double-Agent – A person engaged in clandestine activity for two or more intelligence or security services who provides information to one service about the other, or about each service to the other, who is wittingly or unwittingly manipulated by one service against the other.
ELINT – Electronic Intelligence – Technical and intelligence information derived from the collection (or interception) and processing of electromagnetic radiations (non-communcations) emanating from sources such as radar.
E.A. - Executive Action
Executive Action - Political assassination.
5412 Committee - Eisenhower committee on covert operations.
Fluttered – To be examined by a polygraph lie-detector
Globalization - (PDS) The trend toward a more unified world at two levels: (1) top-down globalization, a system imposed from above on peoples and cultures; and (2) bottom-up globalization, a geographic expansion of people-to-people contacts producing a more international civil society and community. Top-down globalization, if not balanced by bottom-up globalization, will result in increasing polarization.
Great Game – A person who works in intelligence is said to be “in the game.”
Illegals – Espionage agents sent under false passports into foreign countries and not
associated with the official embassy operations.
JURE - Anti-Castro Cuban group.
Legend – The false biography of an agent to provide cover.
Measles – A murder carried out so efficiently that death appears to be accidental or due to natural causes.
MI5 – British Counter-Intelligence Service.
MI6 – British Secret Service, operating mainly overseas, with HQ at Century House, London.
MI8 US cryptographic service established after WWI by Herbert O. Yardley, precursor of the NSA.
MI9 – WWII organization established to set up escape routes for Allied prisoners of war.
Milieu - (PDS) A location (not necessarily geographical) where private deals can be made. Relatively unimportant to proceedings and institutions of the public state, restricted milieus are of greater relevance to operations of the deep state.

Mole – An agent ordered to infiltrate the opposition services in order to send back information.
Music Box – Wireless radio transmitter
Naked – Operating without assistance
Neighbor -  Another branch of the same intelligence service.
Network - A number of different agents, operatives and assets functioning together.
One Man Bay of Pigs – A phase used to describe an incompetent agent who has made a hash of things.
Open Source - Non-classified, public sources.
Orchestra – A network of spies operating together, unknown to each other, but controlled by the same operator.
Outside Man - An agent or case officer who works in the field outside the office.
Overworld - That realm of wealthy or privileged society that, although not formally authorized or institutionalized, is the scene of successful influence of government by private power.
Paranoia, bureaucratic - The dominance of bureaucratic policy planning by worst-case scenarios, calling for maximized bureaucratic responses and budgets. This leads to the paranoid style in bureaucratic politics.
Parapolitics  - (PDS)  a system or practice of politics in which accountability is consciously diminished, and the intellectual study of parapolitical interactions…
Pavement Artist – Surveillance team.
PCI - Potential Criminal Informant (FBI considered Ruby a PCI).
Plumbing – The work undertaken to prepare for a major operation.
Propaganda – Any communications supporting objectives which are designed to influence opinions, emotions, attitudes or behavior of any group.
Proprietaries – A term used to designate ostensibly private commercial entities capable of doing business which are established and controlled by intelligence services to conceal their affiliations in support of clandestine operations.
Psychological Warfare – The planned use of propaganda and other actions to influence the opinions, emotions, attitudes and behavior of groups so as to support the achievements of policy objectives.
Reconnaissance – A mission undertaken to obtain information by observation or other
detection methods.
Redacted - an official document that is sanitized with deletions so those without security clearance can read it.
Requirement – A general or specific request for intelligence information.
Resident Director – Head of the Russian Secret Service network.
Safe House – Secure place for meetings and living during operations.
Sanction – Intelligence agency approval for operations, especially killing of agents.
Sanitize – The deletion or revision of report or document so as to prevent identification of the intelligence sources and methods.
Saturn V- US missile used for Apolo missions and ICBMs.
Security Measure – Special action taken to protect information or personnel.
Sensitive – Something which requires special protection from disclosure.
Sheep Dipping – The use of a military instrument or officer in a civilian capacity and cover.
Signals – As applied to electronics, any transmitted electronic impulse.
SIGNIT – Signals Intelligence – Interception, processing, analysis, and dissemination of information derived from foreign electrical communications. It is composed of three elements – COMIT, ELINT and TELINT.
Sleeper – A deep-cover agent planted in opposition territory with orders to lie low and work up contacts over a period of years before being introduced into the network.
Soft power - or soft politics puts more emphasis on the persuasive technique; open power or open politics, on a participatory process or result.
Source – A person, thing or activity which provides intelligence information.
Special Projects – Nickname for covert and clandestine operations.
Stroller – A walking pedestrian equipped with walkie-talkie radio.
Sterilize – To remove from material to be used in covert and clandestine operations, any marks or devices which can identify it as originating with the sponsoring organization.
Strategic Intelligence – Intelligence required for the formation of policy and military plans and operations at the national and international level.
Subversion – Actions designed to undermine the military, economic, political, psychological or moral strength of a nation.
Surreptitious Entry – Black Bag Operation, breaking and entering to obtain information.
Surveillance - Systematic observation of a target.
Tactical Intelligence – Intelligence supporting plans and operations at the unit level.
Target – A person, agency, facility, area or country against which intelligence operations are directed.
Toxin – Chemicals which are not living organisms, but which are produced by living organism that are lethal.
Traffic – Messages carried over a telecommunications network.
UNSUB – Unknown Subject
Walk-In – An agent who volunteers or offers his services.
Watch List – A list of words, names, entities or phrases that can be employed by computer, passenger manifests or boarder guards to select out required information from a mass of data.
Wired - An office, agent or double-agent who is wired for audio recording capability.
XX Committee – the Double-Cross Committee set up during World War II to control and exploit double and turned Nazi agents in Britain.

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