NOMENCLATURE OF AN ASSASSINATION CABAL

by William Torbitt © NOTICE This manuscript is the result of research and investigation by the investigator and author. It is compiled for the sole purpose of research and the statements and averments of fact contained herein are the result of investigation and research of agencies both private and public. The purpose of this document is to place into perspective such research and investigative findings and is to be used only at a time in the future when it may be legally published and circulated as an historical document. The name of the author is a cognomen and nom de plume. CITATIONS The following abbreviated form of citation is used in this work: References to the testimony in the 26 Volumes of the Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy are cited as follows: C.H. for Commission Hearings, the volume numbers in Roman numerals and […] Read More

A SKELETON KEY TO THE GEMSTONE FILES 4

May, 1972: J. Edgar Hoover had the Gemstone File: threatened to expose Dallas-JFK in an “anonymous” book, The Texas Mafia. Instead, someone put sodium morph ate in his apple pie. The corpse was carted away from his home in the back seat of a V.W.–and his files were “burned” but some of them got away. May 28, 1972: First break-in at Watergate: McCord, Barker, Martinez, Garcia, Gonzales, Sturgis, DeDiego and Pico stood guard outside. Hunt and Liddy directed the operation from a (safe?) distance –across the street. The object was to check on Onassis’s two men to Democratic Party HQ: Larry O’Brien and Spencer Oliver. (O’Brien chief “PR: client had been “Hughes”; Oliver’s father worked for Onassis). McCord wire-tapped their phones. But!!!! little did McCord know that the plumbers were being observed by Hal Lipset, Katherine Graham’s S.F. detective who had followed two of the plumbers from Liz Dale’s side in […] Read More

2007: FBI seminar hosts H'wood scribes

By Paul Bond Jan 11, 2007 FBI memo to Hollywood: If it’s not too much trouble, could you please portray our counterterrorism efforts with a bit more realism?Hoping for an answer in the affirmative, the FBI hosted its first workshop for screenwriters Wednesday at the Federal Building in Westwood.”FBI — Crime Essential for Writers” played well with the standing-room-only audience of executives and writers from several major and minor studios. Enthusiastic attendees had more questions than time allowed answers for, and few if any left the four-hour event early.The FBI, more so than even the Department of Homeland Security, is the primary agency designated to investigate terrorism in the U.S., and the terrorist threat it is most focused on comes from radical Islam, FBI special agent Greg Wing said. With that in mind, Wing, along with an undercover agent who asked that his identity not be revealed, presented a […] Read More

1971: NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY

NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY Copyright © 1971 by Gary Allen with Larry Abraham ISBN: 0899666612 Sourced INTRODUCTION 1. DON’T CONFUSE ME WITH FACTS 2. SOCIALISM — ROYAL ROAD TO POWER FOR THE SUPER-RICH 3. THE MONEY MANIPULATORS 4. BANKROLLING THE BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION 5. ESTABLISHING THE ESTABLISHMENT 6. THE ROCKEFELLERS AND THE REDS 7. PRESSURE FROM ABOVE AND PRESSURE FROM BELOW 8. YOU ARE THE ANSWER FOURTEEN SIGNPOSTS TO SLAVERY WHAT WILL YOU DO? MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS NOMINATED AND APPOINTED BY PRESIDENT NIXON TO GOVERNMENT POSTS OPERATION COUNTERATTACK WHAT THOSE “IN THE KNOW” SAY I wish that every citizen of every country in the free world and every slave behind the Iron Curtain might read this book. Ezra Taft Benson — Former Secretary of Agriculture NDCC is an admirable job of amassing information to prove that communism is socialism and socialism (a plot to enslave […] Read More

1993: THE KENNEDY FILES 1, 2, & 3

FILE #1 January 3, 1992 Copyright 1992 by Mark D. Turner WHY CARE? Many people have the opinion that the assassination of President John  F. Kennedy is ancient history and it really doesn’t matter who killed him. It’s been over 28 years now, so why care? Anyone else involved might not even be alive anymore. If they are, how could you prove them guilty after so long? Probably the most important reason is that Kennedy was the manThere’s probably many reasons to care about such an old case. History buffs would be interested even if it had been 528 years ago. People who were alive at the time might care because they thought so highly of the young President. After all, he was a man with the visions of creating the Peace Corp, sending a man to the moon, starting to with- draw troops from Vietnam as early as 1963, saving America from the clutches of the Federal […] Read More

1964: FBI file links Kennedy to Monroe’s death

BOBBY KENNEDY’S affair with the screen idol Marilyn Monroe has been documented, but a secret FBI file suggests the late US attorney-general was aware of – and perhaps even a participant in – a plan “to induce” her suicide. The detailed three-page report implicates the Hollywood actor Peter Lawford, Monroe’s psychiatrist, staff and her publicist in the plot. The allegations suggest the 36-year-old actress, who had a history of staging attention-seeking suicide attempts, was deliberately given the means to fake another suicide on August 4, 1962. But this time, it is suggested, she was allowed to die as she sought help. The document, hidden among thousands of pages released under freedom-of-information laws last October, was received by the FBI on October 19, 1964 – two years after her death – and titled simply “ROBERT F KENNEDY“. It was compiled by an unnamed former special agent working for the then […] Read More

2007: How Bobby betrayed Marilyn

March 17, 2007 The FBI‘s secret account of the actress’s death suggests an eye-popping conspiracy, writes Philippe Mora. HISTORY is a continuum but there are various events you can put a pin in that have a huge effect on the future. The world changed forever for a generation after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, followed a few years later by the murders of his brother Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King. The strange prologue to these turning points is the death of Marilyn Monroe. Despite thousands of books, films, reports and stories in all media, these tragic events remain a source of unanswered questions for pop culture and for serious scholars. The best history comes from primary documents from the time that offer a contemporary snapshot, not filtered by passing decades. Last October the FBI released thousands of documents from its 20th century files under the […] Read More