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Recognizing FBI Agent Don Adams

We are still here and kicking -- doing lots of work in the background. In the meantime, I want to recognize the vitally key work of FBI Agent Don Adams (1932-2015) in helping to crack the JFK Assassination conspiracy case wide open.

Many of you will be familiar with the work of Don Adams from his dozens of YouTube videos produced from 2012-2015, upon the publication of his indispensable book, From an Office Building with a High-Powered Rifle: One FBI Agent's View of the JFK Assassination (2012).

When Jason Ward identified a Dallas cop and a Dallas deputy in the second floor of the Dallas Records building as JFK was passing by (there in the most recent NARA release of the Bell Film pursuant to the JFK Records Act) Jason also pointed out the presence of Radical Right leader Joseph Milteer directly in front of the Dallas Records building at that same moment.

It was FBI Agent Don Adams who first recognized Joseph Milteer in a still photograph of the street level version frame of the Bill Film that was available in 1965. Don Adams recognized Milteer right away, because Don Adams had already been tracking Milteer for most of 1963, through his secret FBI informant, Willie Somerset.

If you haven't read Don Adams' book -- now is the time to get up to speed. The essence of this web site depends in large part on the exemplary FBI work done in 1963 by FBI Agent Don Adams. Joseph Milteer and General Edwin Walker worked in the same political circles in 1962-1963, so we have a working theory already in progress with the FBI work of Don Adams.

The identification of a Dallas cop and a Dallas deputy with weapons drawn immediately above Joseph Milteer as JFK's limo drove by the Dallas Records building is -- to the best of my knowledge -- the brainchild of Jason Ward. I'm proud that he invited me to share this Wix web site with him.

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