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Regarding Lee Harvey Oswald: Officer Tippitt was dispatched in his police
radio car to the Oak Cliff Section, where Oswald had rented a room.
Tippett may have met Oswald on the street. He may have been supposed to
kill Oswald, but something went wrong. Tippett was shot by two men using
revolvers. The "witness", Domingo Benavides, who used Tippitt's police car
radio to report "we've had a shooting here", may have been one of the men
who shot him. (A Domingo Benavides" appeares in connection with the Martin
Luther King shooting also.)
Oswald went to the movies. A "shoe store manager" told the theatre
cashier that a suspicious looking man had sneaked in without paying.
Fifteen assorted cops and FBI charged out to the movie theatre to look for
the guy who had sneaked in.
Oswald had a pistol that wouldn't fire. It may have been anticipated
that the police would shoot the "cop-killer" for "resisting arrest". But
since that didn't happen, the Dallas police brought Oswald out for small-
time Mafia Jack Ruby to kill two days later.
Brading stayed at the Teamster-Mafia-Hoffa-financed "Cuban Hotel" in
Dallas. Ruby had gone to the Cabana the night before the murder, says the
Warren Report. The rest, as they say, is history. Onassis was so
confident of his control over police, media, FBI, CIA, Secret Service and
the U.S. Judicial System that he had JFK murdered before the eyes of the
entire nation; then systematically bought off, killed off, or frightened
off all witnesses and had the evidence destroyed; then put a 75 year seal
of secrecy over the entire matter. Cover up participants included among
many: Gerald Ford on the Warren Commision (a Nixon recommendation): CIA
attorney Leon Jaworski, of the CIA front Anderson Foundation, representing
Texas before the Commission to see that the fair name of Texas was not
besmirched by the investigation; CIA-Dallas Chief John McCone, his
assistant; Richard Helms; and a passle of police, FBI, news media, etc.
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
Johnny Roselli received part of his pay off for the head shot on JFK in the
form of a $250,000 "finder's fee for bringing "Hughes" (Onassis) to Las
Vegas in 1967.
Jimmy Frattiano's pay-off included $109,000 in "non-repayable loans",
from the S.F. National Bank (President: Joe Alioto). Credit authorization
for the series of loans from 1961 to 1965, came from Joe Alioto and a high
Teamster official. Dun and Bradstreet noted this transaction in amazement,
listing how Frattiano could explain so much "credit" as his only known
title (listed in D&B) was "Mafia-Executioner". Frattiano went around for
years bragging about it: "Hi there, I'm Jimmy Frattiano, Mafia
Executioner...." A bank V.P. told the whole story to the California Crime
Commission, where Al Harris, who later shot off his mouth a little too
When last seen March, 1975, Frattiano was testifying before a S.F.
Grand Jury in regard to his participation, with East Coast Mafia Tony
Romane, in the Sunol Golf Course swindle (which cost S.F. somewhere between
$100,000 in "non-repayable loans" to start a trucking company in the
Imperial Valley, where he engaged in a lot more swindling--involving U.S.
Government member explained, "The Mafia is doing business directly with the
U.S. Government now".
Brading was questioned by the FBI two months after his arrest and
released in Dallas as part of the Warren Commission's determination to
"leave no stone unturned" in its quest for the truth about the JKF
assassination. In spite of the fact that Brading was a known criminal with
an arrest record dating back about twenty years, the FBI reported that
Brading knew nothing whatsoever about the assassination.
Brading became a charter member of the La Costa Country Club, Mafia
heaven down near San Clemente. He also became a runner for the skim money
from the Onassis "Hughes" Las Vegas casinos to Onassis' Swiss Banks.
GERALD FORD; of the Warren Commission went on to become President by
appointment of Nixon, then in danger of even further and more serious
exposure--from which position of trust Ford pardoned Nixon one month
later, for "any and all crimes he may have committed." That covers quite a
lot but Ford is good at covering things up.
McCONE; the head of CIA-Dallas, went on to become a member of the ITT Board
of Directors sitting right next to Francis L. Dale, the head of CREEP.
RICHARD HELMS; McCone's assistant at Dallas, ultimately has been rewarded
with the post of CIA Director.
LEON JOWARSKI; CIA Attorney, became the Watergate Prosecuter, replacing
Cox, who was getting too warm. Jowarski turned in a startling performance
in our "government-as-theatre" the honest, conscientious investigator who
"uncovered" not a bit more than he had to and managed to steer everybody
away from the underlying truth.
Dr. "RED" DUKE; the man who dug two bullets out of Connelly and saved his
life was shipped off to a hospital in Afghanistan by a grateful CIA.
JIM GARRISON; New Orleans D.A. who tried to get Eugene Brading out of L.A.
(but used one of Brading's other aliases, Eugene Bradley, by mistake), had
his witnesses shot out from under him, and was framed on charges of bribery
and extortion. FBI officers "confiscated" photos of Brading taken on the
After JKF's death, Onassis quickly established control over Lyndon Johnson
through fear. On the trip back to Washington, Johnson was warned by radio
relayed from an air force base; "There was no conspiracy, Oswald was a lone
nut assassin. Get it Lyndon? Otherwise, Air Force might have unfortunate
accident on flight back to Washington."
Onassis filled all important government posts with his own men. All
government agencies became means to accomplish an end: rifle the American
Treasury, steal as much as possible, keep the people confused and
disorganized and leaderless; persuade world domination. JFK's original
"Group of 40" was turned over to Rockefeller and his man, Kissinger, so
that they could more effectively take over South America (Onassis was one
of the first to console Jackie when she got back from Dallas with JFK's
body.) Silva, a S.F. private detective hired by Angelina Alioto to get the
goods on philandering Joe, followed Joe Alioto to Vacaville, to the Nut
Tree Restaurant, where Joe held a private meeting with other Mafioso to
arrange the details of the JFK assassination pay off to Frattiano.
1967: Onassis has always enjoyed the fast piles of money to be made
through gambling (in Manaco, in the 50's and in Cuba under Battista).
Onassis took over Las Vegas in 1967, via the "Hughes" cover. U.S.
Governmet officials explained that it was alright because "at least Hughes
isn't the Mafia."
Mafia Joe Alioto had Preseidential ambitions, shored up by his
participation in the Dallas pay-off. Everyone who helped kill JKF got a
piece of the U.S. pie. But J. Edgar Hoover, FBI head, blew his cover by
releasing some of the raw FBI files on Alioto at the Democratic National
Convention. Joe was out of the running for V.P. and Humphrey had to settle
for Muskie. Humphry planned to come to S.F. for a final pre-election
rally, sparked by Joe Alioto. Roberts threatened to blow the hit-run story
plus its Mafia ramifications open if Humphrey came to S.F. Humphrey didn't
come; Humphrey lost in San Francisci, California and the election.
October 1968: Jackie Kennedy was now "free" to marry Onassis. An old
Mafia rule: if someone welches on a deal, kill him and take his gun and his
girl: in this case, Jackie and the Pentagon.
July, 1969: Mary Jo Kopechne, devoted JFK girl, and later one of Bobby's
trusted aides, was in charge of packing up his files after his
assassination in L.A. She read too much, learned about the Kennedy Mafia
involvement and other things. She said to friends: "This isn't Camelot,
this is murder." She was an idealistic American Catholic. She didn't like
murdering hypocrites. She died trying to get off Chappaquiddick Island,
where she had overheard (alonf with everyone else in the cottage) Teddy
Kennedy's end of the D.H. Lawrence cottage telephone calls from John Tunney
and to Joe Alioto, and Democrat bigwigs Swig, Shorenstein, Schumann and
Bechtel. Teddy's good friend John Tunney called to complain that Alioto's
friend Cycil Magnin and others had tried to bribe Jess Unruh to switch from
the Governor's race to run for the Senate for the seat John Tunney wanted
so that Alioto would have an easier run for Governor. Teddy called Alioto,
who told him to go to hell; then Teddy called the rest to arrange for yet
another Mafia murder. Mary Jo, up to there with Mafia ran screaming out of
the cottage on her way to Nader. Drunken Teddy offered to drive her to the
ferry. Trying to get away from curious Sheriff look, Teddy sped offf
toward the Bridge, busted Mary Jo's nose when she tried to grab his arm
from the back seat, and bailed out of the car as it went off the bridge.
Mary Jo with a busted nose, breathed in an air bubble in the car for more
than two hours waiting for help, while Teddy, assuming she was dead, to set
up an alibi. Mary Jo finally suffocated in the air bubble, diluted with
carbon dioxide. It took her 2 hours and 37 minutes to suffocate while
Teddy called Jackie and Onassis on the Christina. Teddy also clled
Katherine Meyer Graham, lawyers, etc. Jackie called the Pope on Teddy's
behalf, who assigned Cardinal Cushing to help. The next morning, the first
person Teddy tried to call after deciding he'd have to take the rap himself
was a lawyer, Burke Marshall, Onassis's friend in the U.S. Liberty shipps
deal back in the forties and also the designated custodian for JFK's brains
after Dallas (the brains have since disappeared).
Cover-up of the Chappaquiddick murder required the help of
Massachusetts Highway Patrol, which "confiscated" the plates from Teddy's
car after it was fished out of the pond: the Massachusetts Legislature,
which changed a 150 year old law requiring an autopsy (which would have
revealed the suffocation and broken nose); Coroner Mills, who let Kennedy's
aide K. Dun Grifford, supply him with a death certificate, already prepared
for Hill's signature, listing cause of death as drowning: Police Chief
Arenas: Cardinal Cushing's priest who appeared before the Kopechne's
"direct from God" with personal instructions from Him that Mary Jo was not
to be disturbed; a Pennsylvania mortuary where Mary Jo's broken nose was
patched up, East and West phone companies, whiched clamped maximum security
on the records of calls to and from the cottage. S.F. Police Chief Cahill
was reassigned to a new job; Security Chief for Pacific Telephone. The
U.S. Senate, who never said a word about Teddy's (required equipment) plug-
in phone; the judge who presided over the mock hearing; James Feston,
editor of Martha's vineyard's only newspaper, who never heard a word about
Teddy's phone at the cottage, though residents called in to tell the
newspaper; the New York Times, Washington Post, etc.
John Tunney's sister, Joan, heard her brother's end of the phone call,
made from her house in Tiburon, to the Chappaquiddick cottage. The next
day, after Mary Jo died, Joan ran away to Norway, where she was kidnapped
by Mafia hoods Mari and Adamo. They locked her up in a Marseille heroin
factory. Joan's husband complained so she chopped his head off with an ax,
and was subsequently locked up in a nuthouse belonging to the Marquess of
Blandford, then Tina Livanos Onassis' husband.
Mari and Adamo got pressed into scrap metal in a New Jersey auto
In the panic of trying to cover up Teddy's quilt at Chappaquiddick,
many things came unglued. The JFK murder threatened to creep out of the
woodwork again; Black Panthers Hampton and Clark were murdered (the Chicago
cops fired over Attorney Charles Garry's because of what they knew about
the JFK murder squad's presence at Chicago on November 1,1963.
September 1969: "Gemstones", with histories, had been released around the
globe for several years. In 1969, Roberts gave a Gemstone with history to
Mack, head of California CREEP, for Nixon, with the proposition: the
Presidency in return for wiping out the Mafia. The "history" included
Teddy's phone calls to and from the Lawrence Cottage on Chappaquiddick
billed to Teddy's home phone in Havannisport. Nixon being Mafia himself,
wasn't interested; but kept the information to use on Teddy whenever it
May 4, 1970: Charlotte Ford Niarchos called her ex-husband Stavros,
worried about the Ford Foundation's involvement in the Chappaquiddick
cover-up. Eugenie Livanos Niarchos, in bed with her husband, overheard the
conversation. Stavros was forced to beat her to death; he ruptured her
spleen and broke the cartilage in her throat. Cause of death was listed as
"overdose of barbituates," though autopsy showed these injuries.
NOTE: L. Wayne Rector was hired around 1955 by the Carl Byoir P.R. Agency
(Hughes L.A. P.R. firm) to act as Hughes double. In 1957 when Onassis
grabbed Hughes, Rector continued to act as his stand-in. Rector was the
Hughes surrogate in Las Vegas; Robert Maheu actually ran the show; Maheu
got his orders from Onassis; the six "nursemaids", called the "Mormon
Mafia", kept Rector sealed off from prying eyes.
June 17, 1969: Bobby Kennedy knew who killed his brother; he wrote about
it in his unpublished book, The Enemy Within. When he foolishly tried to
run for President, Onassis had offed, usinf=g a sophisticated new technique
hypnotized Sirhan, Sirhan shooting from the front "security guard" (from
Lockheed Aircraft). Thane Cesar shooting from two or three inches away
from Bobby's head from the rear. Sirhan's shots all missed. Evelle
Younger, then the L.A. District Attorney, coverer it all up including the
squawks of the L.A. Coroner Thomas Noguchi. Younger was rewarded with the
post of California Attorney General later. His son, Eric Younger, got a
second generation Mafia reward; a judge-ship at age 30. (See Ted Charach,
L.A. author and director, The Second Gun, a documentary film on the RFK
murder, bought and suppressed by Warner Brothers for more details).
After Bobby's death, Teddy knew who did it. He ran to Onassis afraid
for his life and swore eternal obedience. In return, Onassis granted him
his life and said he could be President, too, just like his big brother, if
he would behave himself and folow orders.
September 16, 1968: Hit and run accident on Robert's car parked in front
of the Russian consulate on S.F. who routinely takes pictures of everything
that goes on in front of the consulate. Their photos showed the license
plate of the hit and run car UKT-264, on a blue Cadillac belonging to
Angela Alioto, Joe's daughter, being driven by Tom Alioto, Joe's son whose
driving license had been revoked. His license and the cars license were
both fraudulent. To cover up the hit and run circumstances, B.F. MPJ's
from the Presido quickly staged a few more hit and runs on the same corner
all duly filmed by the Russians. Katheryn Hollister, the Alioto family
nurse was "persuaded" to take the rap for the hit and run. Roberts
threatened to spill the whole story in court with photos.
Next evening Brading and Frattiano showed up in the Balck Magic Bar,
Brading wearing his x-marked hat from Dallas to see whether Roberts
recognized it, how much he knew, etc. A S.F. MP from the Presidio piped up
from the end of the bar, "Iheard they let everyone with an X-marked hatband
through the police lines at Dallas".
Cover up support for Alioto in the hit and run was completed.
End of 1970: Howard Hughes presence on earth no longer required. His
handwritting could be duplicated by a computer. His biography all the
known facts about his life had been compiled and a computerized biography
issued to top Hughes executives. His double - Rector - had been doing
"Hughes" for years. And Hughes was ill.
Clifford Irving, author of Hoax, about an art forger, became
interested in "Hughes". Living on Ibazza, he heard the Mediterranean
gossip that "Hughes" was a hoax, too. He went to "Hughes" so-called
"Mormon Mafia", the six nursemaids for information. One of them, Merryman
perhaps, tired of the game, gave Irving the computerized Hughes biography
and from it Irving wrote his "autobiography".
Hughes' death was expected shortly. Preparations were being made so
that it would not interfere with the orderly continuation of his empire.
Irving wrote his book and the publishers anounced it. Onassis knew
someone had given Irving the information. He thought it was Maheu and
fired him in November, 1970. On Thanksgiving Eve, 1970, in the middle of
the night "Hughes" (Rector made a well-publicized "secret departure" from
Las Vegas to the Bahamas).
December 1970: Onassis discovered his mistake and had Merryman killed.
Robert Maheu accidentally deprived of his half-million dollars annual
salary, sued "Hughes" for millions mentioning "Hughes" game plan for the
purchase of Presidents, governors, Senators, judges, etc. Onassis paid off
cheap at the price to maintain his custodianship of "American democracy"
and the "free world" and keep from hanging for multiple murders.
The "Hughes" Mormon Mafia party, plus Rector, fled around the world
from the Bahamas where they murdered an uncooperative Governor and Police
Chief, to Nicaragua, where they shot the U.S. Ambassador between the eyes
for noticing that there wasn't really any Hughes; and then to Canada, where
Mormon Mafia nursemaid Sckersley looted a goodly sum in a swindle of the
Canadian Stock Exchange; and on to London to Rothschild's Inn of the Park.