M. Nixon Was In Dallas, Texas
On Friday, November 22, 1963
is the way the Warren Commission began. They had been appointed
at the end of November. By the time of this January 27, 1964
meeting, they had seen and beard tons of FBI and Secret Service
"opinions" and "findings." They were overwhelmed
then, even as they started overwhelmed. This was exactly the
way it ended. Kennedy was dead. Oswald was dead. The FBI and
the Secret Service had "solved" the case. The Warren
Commission was going to have to put its collective signatures
on the verdict.
is exactly what they did and not a bit more. That verdict, effectively
dictated to them between November 30, 1963 and January 27, 1964
is still the vastest cover up of this century.
Three Stories of Where He Was on November 22, 1963
first place, strange things which could scarcely all be coincidence
happened even before JFK was killed. On the morning of November
22, 1963, the day Kennedy was killed the New York Times carried
an item on a back page, It was datelined Dallas. And it said
that ex-Vice-President Richard M. Nixon had made a speech in
Dallas before a group of businessmen.
did the Times carry that story on the very day JFK died, but
Nixon was in Dallas the day Kennedy died, and it is very possible
that he was still in Dallas at the moment Kennedy died. Despite
all other reports to the contrary. And of course the thing that
makes this so very important is that Nixon and others have for
some reason tried to conceal that fact for more than twelve
this would not be important. Being in Dallas on November 22,
1963 does not make just anyone for example, Nixon, a murderer;
but the record of Nixon's visit to Dallas has been deliberately
obscured. Let's pick three "official" versions of
Nixon's actions that day and see how they compare and then what
the differences may signify.
after Kennedy was shot, Nixon wrote an unusually long article
for the Reader's Digest. It appeared in the November 1964 issue
under the strange title, "Cuba, Castro, and John F. Kennedy."
Prepared as it was by Nixon or for his signature and prepared
for the massive worldwide audience of the August Reader's Digest,
we are asked to believe that this is the factual account of
what took place. Nixon says
urged, in a statement to the press [Dallas on November 21] that
the President and the vice-president be shown the respect to
which their office entitled them." Nixon added, "I
boarded a plane in Dallas on the morning of November 22 to New
York. We arrived on schedule at 12:56. I hailed a cab. We were
waiting for a light to change when a man ran over from the street
corner and said that the President had just been shot in Dallas.
This is the way that I learned the news."
look at another Nixon account of the same day. The November
1973 issue of Esquire magazine carried the following Nixon quote;
"I attended the Pepsi Cola convention [in Dallas] and left
on Friday morning November 22, from Love Field, Dallas, on a
flight back to New York . . . on arrival in New York we caught
a cab and headed for the city the cabbie missed a turn somewhere
and we were off the highway. ... a woman came out of her house
screaming and crying. I rolled down the cab window to ask what
the matter was and when she saw my face she turned even paler.
She told me that John Kennedy had just been shot in Dallas,"
look at the "official" account from "The Day
Kennedy was Shot, by Jim Bishop:"
Idlewild Airport now [JFK Airport] in New York, reporters and
photographers had been waiting for the American Airlines plane
among (the passengers) was Nixon. As he got off the plane he
thought that he would give 'the boys' basically the same interview
he had granted in Dallas. Nixon posed for a few pictures . .
. got into a taxi-cab was barely out of the airport when one
of the reporters got the message: The President has been shot
compare these. Nixon was in Dallas on November 22. The versions
agree that he took some plane out in the morning. Bishop says
it was American Airlines and that it went into Idlewild. Nixon
says that it landed precisely at 12:56 nearly one half-hour
after Kennedy had been shot. Certainly the crew would have heard
over their radio that the president had been shot and would
have told their passengers. Then Bishop says reporters and photographers
were there. Certainly they too would have known about Kennedy's
murder by then. Everyone else in the world did. Bishop says
the photographers took pictures. Where are they?
says he traveled to New York from Dallas with a friend. Who?
And what is his story?
says he got in a cab, presumably well after 12:56. What cabbie
in New York City would have not known the news by then? And
then Nixon tells a strange story. The first time a man ran out
to the cab with the news, and the second time the cab was "lost"
and a woman ran out screaming and crying the news. These different
accounts do not hold water.
all of this very contrived series of accounts it looks as though
someone has been fabricating a cover-up of Nixon's actions that
Nixon was in Dallas when JFK was shot. On April 2, 1975 a young
man was listening to a talk at his school when he heard the
lecturer tell about the Esquire account of Nixon's trip to Dallas,
and how and when Nixon had learned about JFK's death. That young
man then told the lecturer, "My father was an executive
for the Pepsi Cola Company, and he was in Dallas on November
22, 1963 at that convention. He has told me that Nixon was there
in Dallas at the convention when the announcement was heard
that JFK had been killed, Nixon left later that afternoon,"
young man is the son of Mr. Harvey Russell of the Pepsi Cola
Company. When Mr. Russell was informed of his son's account,
he agreed that his son's story was true. Mr. Russell confirmed
that Nixon was attending that meeting at the time the shots
were fired. He added Nixon was there representing the Pepsi
Cola Company's law firm Mudge, Rose, Nixon et al. The Dallas
newspapers stated that Nixon was attending a board meeting.
confirmed that the session Nixon was attending broke up when
the assassination news came through. Nixon then returned to
his hotel and later in the afternoon had been driven to the
Dallas airport by a Mr. Deluca, also a Pepsi Cola official.
surprising series of events and the manner in which they unfolded
after all these years underscore that there was something unusual
about Nixon's visit to Dallas. Telephone calls to Deluca and
again to Russell did little more than highlight their growing
concern over the inadvertent disclosure of this story.
article is from "People and the Pursuit of the Truth"
for June, 1978
by Paul Kangas
Bush November 22 and 29 1963
Bush The FBI And The JFK Assassination
Stone's self-proclaimed "countermyth," JFK mocks
the doubtful veracity of the Warren Commission's
findings on the Kennedy assassination and summmarizes
some of the myriad theories that have been proposed
in its stead. Focusing on the investigation by New
Orleans district attorney Jim Garrison into the
activities of the FBI and other government agencies
as well as their attempted cover-ups, Stone weaves
fact and speculation into a compelling argument
for the reopening of the case files.
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medical technician who was at the autopsy states categorically
that the body he saw was not the one shown in the
official photographs. The mortician who buried Lee
Harvey Oswald reveals a startling discovery made 18
years later. A highly decorated Army officer says
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undermines the lone gunman theory.
The Forces of Darkness - See two shadowy figures on
the grassy knoll, and find out about the "lost"
home movie that contained key evidence.
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has been suppressed, and a notorious criminal is confronted
about his possible role.
The Patsy - Witness Oswald's reaction when charged
with the shooting, and the mortician who buried the
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the government chose to ignore - tell their versions
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