#959a – Flip de Mey


  • Author of Cold Case Kennedy: A New Investigation Into the Assassination of JFKHardcoverKindle
  • And The Lee Harvey Oswald Files: Why the CIA killed KennedyHardcover
  • How Flip got interested in the case
  • Oswald’s two best friends described him as a kind man
  • 1960s was the hopeful decade
  • The world changed after JFK’s murder and not for the better
  • Oswald is said to have disassembled the Mannlicher Carcano rifle and carried it into the TSBD
  • No screwdriver was found in the TSBD
  • No fingerprints were found on the rifle
  • Oswald was NOT in the sniper’s nest at the moment of the shooting
  • Victoria Adams did not see Oswald go down the stairs
  • Adams is not mentioned in the WC report
  • Book: The Girl on the Stairs: The Search for a Missing Witness by Barry Ernest: HardcoverPaperbackKindle
  • Nelson Delgado, a fellow marine of Oswald
  • Delgado testified “…he (Oswald) got a lot of ‘Maggie’s drawers’ you know, a lot of misses,
    but he didn’t give a darn”.
     Oswald, he added, “wasn’t as enthusiastic as the rest of us.
    We all loved—liked, you know, going to the range”
  • See Chapter 4 of On the Trail of the Assassins
  • FREE BORROWABLE EBOOK: On the Trail of the Assassins by Jim Garrison
  • To say that only Oswald shot JFK is a theory; it can be called The Lone Nut Theory
  • The lone nut theorists have two lone nuts in their story: Oswald and Jack Ruby
  • Attempts on Kennedy’s life in Tampa and Chicago
  • FREE DOWNLOAD EBOOK: The Chicago Plot by Edwin Black
  • Oswald did not buy any bullets for the Mannlicher Carcano rifle
  • Only two stores in Dallas sold the special bullets for the Carcano
  • There were only FOUR bullets found: The three shots and the fourth in the chamber
  • No pack or box of bullets were found
  • Oswald had the opportunity but no motive to kill Kennedy
  • Book: JFK: The Book of the Film by Oliver Stone and Zachary Sklar: PaperbackKindle
  • If Oswald wanted to become famous by killing Kennedy, then why did he say that he was a patsy?
  • Vincent Bugliosi avoids tough questions in his book Reclaiming History