OMG! I have nothing personal against Dick Russell, but simply put, some subjects are beyond some minds, either a bit too sophisticated, or requiring an ounce of organizational skills, et cetera. Russell does on occasion uncover some important stuff, but he is simply too thickheaded to understand this. He is supposed to have interviewed Eugene B. Dinkin, but never expresses the amount of mental limitation Dinkin suffered from, nor ties it into those violent electro-shock treatments he received from an MK ULTRA team at Walter Reed.
In other words, Russell is all over the landscape, never capable of connecting even the most obvious dots. This dude is simply quite limited in the mental department.
There were NO Cubans involved with the JFK assassination; nor any space aliens either! Russell falls for almost every piece of CIA disinformation to come forth! And Oswald had nothing to do with it - - there was NO evidence connecting him to it.
This is the final book on the JFK assassination which I haven't yet read - - so I cannot comment on, but I can comment on the Thomas Mallon quote by commenter, rocknrollphilip: Mallon is the nephew of Thomas Mallon who worked with Prescott Bush at Brown Brothers Harriman. Top depositors at that private wealth firm, Harriman family and Rockefeller family. Bush family's fortune began at Buckeye Ball Bearings in Ohio. Owner of Buckeye: Rockefeller family. Warren Commission's two top guys: Allen Dulles and John McCloy. These two derived most of their money as adults by working for the Rockefeller family and its companies. The Thomas Mallon from the quote wrote a book on Ruth Paine, yet somehow he can tell us nothing of her family background [sister and brother-in-law both career CIA, Ruth related to Allen Dulles' brother, John Foster Dulles, through his wife, Jane or Janet Avery, which also makes her a relative to . . . .the Rockefeller family!], nor the family background of husband, Michael Paine [related to Henry Cabot Lodge on the Cabot side, the ambassador to Vietnam about to be fired by President Kennedy but his assassination takes place].
Listening to the theories, one notices the tendency of their proponents to believe that the farther away they get from the assassination itself, the closer they will be to it's origin. As in "The X-Files", "the truth is out there," beyond where anyone has yet looked.
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