Thursday, November 20, 2014

Crap Wikipedia article

Dozens of errors in this ... for one, they found the gunman in Wadesboro, N.C., not N.Y. Slipshod work from a careless editor trying to poop out as many s*** Wikipedia entries as possible. Yet this is Google's top hit for "SC Mystery Couple" (searched w/o quotes).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumter_County_Does

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

On Rosselli

"Handsome Johnny" Rosselli interests me because his body was found near Miami on 07 August 1976, immediately before the Sumter County (S.C.) Does were killed. He is well known to JFK conspiracists as a link between the CIA and the mafia in a Castro assassination plot.

Retired from the business, he was reportedly aiming to get back into the game in either Chicago or Los Angeles, and it is suggested a rival faction had him killed in a turf war.

However, the New York Times piece that concludes this reminds me of the disinformation CIA chief George H.W. Bush is known to have put out after the Letelier assassination in Washington four months later. The article that concludes this (Gage, Nicholas. "Rosselli Called a Victim of Mafia Because of His Senate Testimony," February 25, 1977) is just a little too authoritative.

It claims that the manner of death was not in the style of Miami Cubans, for one. His body was found in a canal cut up to fit inside in a 55-gallon oil drum. That signature is characteristic of so many disappearances in the Rio Plata near Buenos Aires, and it is known Miami-based anti-Castro terrorist Orlando Bosch, for example, was in Buenos Aires around this time. Does anyone know if the oil drums used in Argentina were also filled with holes to help them sink?

I've also wondered if the oil drums weren't some distant sign of the oilmen warriors, the Bush and Buckley families.

Rosselli had already testified three times to the House Select Committee on Assassination (HSCA) and was preparing to go again.

Monday, January 14, 2013

Big HR trial underway

http://upsidedownworld.org/main/argentina-archives-32/4001-argentinas-biggest-human-rights-trial-begins

Justice of the victors? "Chase of the Condor" finally proves Adolfo Scilingo really was lying (he ultimately recanted anyway). Are there other problems with evidence against these accused repressors? People's lives are on the line.

Thursday, December 27, 2012

The same watch?

http://www.memoriaabierta.org.ar/pancartas/13556.jpg
I have scoured the above memorial collage for clues many times. I just noticed that in one photo (center, second from top) César Lugones is wearing a watch with a black band on his left wrist, just like Jacques Doe. A small clue perhaps, but a consistent one. You can also see the difference in height between the Lugones couple is the same as with the Mystery Couple.