#1071 – Jim DiEugenio and Jim Gochenaur, Benjamin Cole

 

  • Jim Gochenaur is a teacher from Seattle
  • He met and got to know Elmer Moore and Carver Gayton
  • Gayton’s first position in the FBI was in Kansas city where he worked with James Hosty
  • Hosty told Gayton that Oswald was a paid informant
  • Gayton told Gochenaur that one of Malcolm X’s bodyguards was a CIA agent
  • Carver Gayton was Gochenaur’s landlord
  • Gochenaur was in touch with Harold Weisberg
  • Carver Gayton’s testimonies to the Church committee and the HSCA
  • These two testimonies are diametrically opposite to each other
  • “I’ve become a student of American political assassinations” – Elmer Moore
  • FREE Download EbookAccessories After the Fact by Sylvia Meagher (PDF)
  • Elmer Moore was trying to establish the trajectories of the bullets
  • Elmer Moore himself might have come up with the magic bullet theory
  • Moore probably was the first cover-up guy in the JFK case
  • Moore told Gochenaur that JFK was Russia’s man
  • “We got that goddamm lying nigger” – Moore talking about Abraham Bolden
  • “……Kelly and the Chief did (got him)”
  • Neither the HSCA nor the ARRB contacted Gochenaur
  • Part B: Benjamin Cole; beginning at 1:20:18
  • Article: The Strange, Strange Story of Governor Connally’s Shirt & Coat and Congressman Henry B. Gonzalez by Cole
  • Watch all 50 episodes of 50 Reasons for 50 Years
  • Article: The Death of the Tumbling Magic-Bullet Theory by Benjamin Cole
  • The bullet passing through Governor John Connally
  • The Mannlicher–Carcano fired a 6.5mm bullet
  • Was the bullet tumbling when it entered Gov Connally?
  • Dr. Shaw was of the opinion that the bullet entering Connally was not tumbling
  • There is no evidence that the bullet was tumbling
  • Dr. Shaw personally performed 900 surgeries during world war two (shrapnel and bullet wounds)
  • Connally’s wife said that she had washed her husband’s shirt in cold water
  • Spectrographic analysis of the shirt failed to find any metallic traces
  • FREE Borrowable EbookThe Last Investigation by Gaeton Fonzi
  • Book: The Assassinations co-edited by Jim DiEugenio & Lisa Pease: PaperbackKindle
  • The CIA was and is most suspect in regards to the JFK assassination

 

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