Sunday, October 14, 2012

News Flash: JFK Murder Accessory Arlen Specter Dead at 82

We are not in the least bit morose to report the death of JFK murder accessory Arlen Specter at his home in Philadelphia on October 14, 2012.

Arlen Specter was the young ambitious 34 year old attorney who lent his services to the Warren Commission as legal counsel in its fake investigation of the murder of President John Kennedy on November 22, 1963 in Dealy Plaza in Dallas, Texas.
President Johnson was arm twisted into convening the commission after initially rejecting such proposals.

Specter was the famous inventor of the “Magic Bullet Theory” which postulated that a bullet coming from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository hit Kennedy in the back, passed through his body, changed direction in mid air to then hit Governor John Connally in the chest, wrist, and thigh, finally coming to rest on a stretcher unscathed. This bullet was entered into evidence as CE 399.
The Mannlicher rifle from which the bullet allegedly came is ridiculed by Italians as the reason they lost World War 2.
The Bush Crime Syndicate rewarded Specter well for his services by electing him as Pennsylvania Senator in 1980 where he served for 30 years, first as a Republican and then as a Democrat.

Oliver Stone eviscerated the “Single Bullet Theory” in his movie JFK when the character Jim Garrison describes in vivid detail during a court room scene all of the twists and turns which Specter’s bullet would have to take in order to accomplish what he theorized for it to accomplish. Garrison was prosecuting Clay Shaw for his role in the murder of President Kennedy.
In order to make the bullet trajectory work in consonance with Specter’s theory, then Congressman Gerald Ford perjured himself in the placement of the bullet entry wound on official commission documents. We are astonished that the Lone Nutters can ridicule with a straight face those who allege a massive conspiracy to murder – berating it as a theory. But the “Single Bullet Theory” is nothing more than a theory which makes the aforementioned WC defenders theorists in their own right.

We are not in the least bit saddened by the news of Specter's death, and are disappointed that justice was not meted out to him for his role in the conspiracy to cover-up the murder of a president.

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