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Crazy Garrison Memo Department, #433,988
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Fred Litwin - Author of 'On the Trail of Delusion - Jim Garrison--The Great Accuser Fred Litwin - Author of 'On the Trail of Delusion - Jim Garrison--The Great Accuser
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Saturday, December 19, 2020

 

Garrison gets it all wrong on Martin Armstrong, but of course, "in time" he will soon see patterns that are now not discernible.

Here is the excerpt from CD #7 on Newton Armstrong.

Garrison did believe in mysterious deaths. Here is a short CIA memo:

And, of course, even Shaw's death was mysterious, no? This article ran in True Magazine in April 1975.

Garrison couldn't leave this alone and he wrote about it in his book, On The Trail of The Assassins, on page 274.

Here is what Cynthia Wegmann, daughter of Edward Wegmann, one of Clay Shaw's lawyers, told author Gus Russo for his book, Where Were You?: America Remembers The JFK Assassination:

I hope you will read my book, On The Trail of Delusion - Jim Garrison: The Great Accuser. It is dedicated the victims of Jim Garrison.

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