Whitewash: the Report on the Warren Report

Whitewash: the Report on the Warren Report

Book - 1966
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Publisher: [Hyattstown, Md., 1966, c1965]
Branch Call Number: E842.9 .W4
Characteristics: 224 p. illus., facsims. 23 cm.


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Mar 31, 2018

In re-reading this outstanding, self-published book pointing out the gross inaccuracies, variances, inconsistencies and cover-ups by the Warren Commission, by the late Harold Weisberg, who seriously defined the term, intreped reporter, who devoted himself to researching the assassinations of President Kennedy and Rev. King while retired.
Mr. Weisberg turned up an extreme amount of valuable information, from the head of the Dallas County Sheriffs ID Division, James Hitchings, who swore repeatedly that nobody matching the description of the so-called three tramps [two were assassins, one was an actual hobo] had ever been booked, to the uncovered [FOIA'd] 1974-released document from Warren Commission files, detailing that Lee Oswald had attended the Army's School for Languages in Monterey, CA, and much, much more.
Not an easy read, but I was reminded that it was Clifton Carter, posinng as an aide to Gov. Connally when he was either senior advisor or chief advisor to VP Johnson, who was given Connally's clothes [solid evidence] by Parkland Hospital nurse, Ruth Standridge, and then Carter handed them off for drycleaning, thus destroying the evidence!
Some disinformational biographies have originated from gov't agencies on Clifton Carter, falsely not including his OSS time during WWII. It took me considerable time and effort to go back to his birth and come forward to ascertain that it was the very same Clifton Carter who commanded that OSS unit with James Angleton [CIA Counterintelligence chief], Ray Rocca, Angleton's personal aide at the CIA, and Paul Paterni [deputy chief of the US Secret Service who sanitized President Kennedy's limo immediately after his murder].


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