President Kennedy

Roger Craig was a deputy Sheriff in Dallas at the time of the assassination of President Kennedy. He was a member of a group of men from Dallas County Sheriff James Eric “Bill” Decker’s office that was directed to stand out in front of the Sheriff’s office on Main Street (at the corner of Houston) and “take no part whatsoever in the security of that motorcade.” Once he heard the first shot, Roger Craig immediately bolted towards Houston Street. His participation in the formative hours of the investigation during the rest of that day and into the evening included observations and experiences that would have single-handedly destroyed the Warren Commission fairy tale before a grand jury or a Congressional investigation. Roger Craig was named the Dallas Sheriff’s Department “Officer of the Year” in 1960 by the Dallas Traffic Commission. He received four promotions while he was deputy Sheriff. Among […] Read More

A SKELETON KEY TO THE GEMSTONE FILES 2

FILE #2 OF 4 FOR THIS DOCUMENT Regarding Lee Harvey Oswald: Officer Tippitt was dispatched in his police radio car to the Oak Cliff Section, where Oswald had rented a room. Tippett may have met Oswald on the street. He may have been supposed to kill Oswald, but something went wrong. Tippett was shot by two men using revolvers. The “witness”, Domingo Benavides, who used Tippitt’s police car radio to report “we’ve had a shooting here”, may have been one of the men who shot him. (A Domingo Benavides” appeares in connection with the Martin Luther King shooting also.) Oswald went to the movies. A “shoe store manager” told the theatre cashier that a suspicious looking man had sneaked in without paying. Fifteen assorted cops and FBI charged out to the movie theatre to look for the guy who had sneaked in. Oswald had a pistol that wouldn’t fire. […] Read More

1963: THE LAST WORDS OF LEE HARVEY OSWALD

1963: Dallas The Government Decides That Truth Doesn’t Exist At noon, on a street in Dallas, the president of the United States is assassinated. He is hardly dead when the official version is broadcast. In that version, which will be the definitive one, Lee Harvey Oswald alone has killed John Kennedy. The weapon does not coincide with the bullet, nor the bullet with the holes. The accused does not coincide with the accusation: Oswald is an exceptionally bad shot of mediocre physique, but according to the official version, his acts were those of a champion marksman and Olympic sprinter. He has fired an old rifle with impossible speed and his magic bullet, turning and twisting acrobatically to penetrate Kennedy and John Connally, the governor of Texas, remains miraculously intact. Oswald strenuously denies it. But no one knows, no one will ever know what he has to say. Two days […] Read More

2006: Photographer Who Snapped Infamous Oswald Photo Said “No Blood At Crime Scene.”

Bob Jackson, former photographer for the Dallas Tiimes Herald who captured on film Ruby shooting Oswald, reveals for the first time on American radio he didn’t see a speck of blood on the body or at the crime scene. 20 Oct 2006 http://www.arcticbeacon.com/20-Oct-2006.html By Greg Szymanski For those JFK assassination researchers and truth seekers, a startling revelation was made on American radio Thursday, as Bob Jackson, former Dallas Times Herald photographer, made public for the first time that there was “not a speck of blood anywhere” on the body or at the crime scene when Jack Ruby supposedly shot and killed Lee Harvey Oswald. Jackson was on assignment for the Dallas paper on the morning of Nov. 24, 1963, when Oswald was being transferred from his holding cell and snapped the picture “seen around the world,” a Pulitzer Prize winning photo of Oswald grimacing with Jack Ruby fully visible […] Read More