Friday, September 27, 2013

One Minute Chronicle: NPIC Showed At Least 2 Shooters in Dealey Plaza

One of our best correspondents has shared sensational news from Gerald McKnight's Breach of Trust which proves the criminality of the Warren Commission and at least two gunmen in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963.
The Warren Commission was a deliberate and successful attempt to usurp the power of the judiciary to try criminal cases in order to frame an innocent man.
The National Photographic Intelligence Center (NPIC) and the CIA performed their own investigations of the ambush against the president which uncovered results completely at variance with the Warren Commission. Most striking is the fact that both the CIA and NPIC provided their reports to the commission which promptly suppressed the findings.
One might be confused about why the CIA investigated its own coup operation. The reasons of course are white wash and compartmentalization. There is always some element of the CIA not involved in a particular crime so that the agency can claim with some amount of feigned credulity that it knew nothing of the crime.
Dealey Plaza was encircled with assassins, but the NPIC apparently could only verify 2 shooters. Allen Dulles would have none of it because he was one of the leading ring leaders in the murder, and most likely it was his plan to conduct an executive branch investigation to bury the crime.

One of the most striking findings of the investigations is that the first shot did not come from the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository. We have our doubts that any shots came from the building owned by murderer Col Harold Byrd, but the finding obliterates the WCR and its tendentious pack of lies.
Anyone who still believes in the Warren Commission Report is an enemy of truth and justice.

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