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July 2, 2020

We continue to review the content of Citizen Walker’s copyrighted speeches of 1961-1962 as it might pertain to the “WANTED FOR TREASON – JFK” handbill of November 22, 1963.  We have arrived at January 1962 and Walker’s third speech in this series.

CITIZEN WALKER’S THIRD...

June 27, 2020

We continue to review the content of Walker’s copyrighted speeches of 1961-1962 as such might pertain to the “WANTED FOR TREASON – JFK” handbill of November 22, 1963. 

CITIZEN WALKER’S SECOND PUBLIC ADDRESS – 29 DECEMBER 1961

On December 29, 1961, Walker gave his second...

June 20, 2020

Now let's review the detailed content of Walker’s copyrighted speeches of 1961-1962 as they might pertain to the WANTED FOR TREASON – JFK handbill of October-November 1963.   

CITIZEN WALKER’S FIRST PUBLIC ADDRESS – 12 DECEMBER 1961

On December 12, 1961 Ex-General E...

June 16, 2020

I propose to introduce General Walker to the reader in a way that nobody else has yet attempted, i.e. to expose his six copyrighted speeches.  I found the full text for all these speeches in 2012, inside his personal papers collection stored at the Dolph Briscoe Center...

June 11, 2020

To dig deeply into the WANTED FOR TREASON – JFK handbill, we should trace precisely how that harsh word, “treason,” crept into US politics in the first place.  It apparently begins when North Korea pushed into South Korea, 1950, to challenge the US there.  General Doug...

June 4, 2020

Let's now review the infamous handbill, "Wanted for Treason -- JFK" that appeared on the streets of Dallas on the morning that JFK was assassinated.   It appeared 24 hours before the German newspaper article, and five months before the National  Enquirer arti...

May 27, 2020

So far we’ve seen two examples of General Walker’s role in the right-wing propaganda coming out of Dallas following the JFK Assassination: (1) his December 1963 book, The Assassination Story; and (2) the German newspaper article of November 29, 1963.  In this post...

May 19, 2020

In our last post we began comparing the German article with General Walker’s 1975 letter to Senator Frank Church.  In that 1975 letter, Walker claimed that:

  1. LHO had been arrested by Dallas Police on the night of the shooting.

  2. LHO was then released by the orders...

May 12, 2020

While Lee Harvey Oswald (LHO) sat in a Dallas jail cell, General Walker was still at a party in Shreveport, Louisiana.  On Saturday, November 23, 1963 at 7 AM (as he testified) he was sleeping in his hotel room and awakened by a telephone call from Germany.  A reporter...

May 4, 2020

Now to summarize the basic themes of this collection of news clippings entitled, The Assassination Story (1963).  It includes about 300 news clippings from two Dallas newspapers, the Dallas Morning News and the Dallas Times Herald from about 11/22/1963 until about 12/1...

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