Daddy Bush Attacks JFK "Conspiracy Theorists"
Wed Jan 3, 2007 20:50

During his speech at yesterday's funeral service for Gerald Ford,
former President George H.W. Bush bashed JFK "conspiracy theorists"
and defended the Warren Commission report, another odd public outburst
indicative of a crime family whose decades of misdeeds may finally be
catching up with them.

"After a deluded gunman assassinated President Kennedy, our nation
turned to Gerald Ford and a select handful of others to make sense of
that madness," said Bush. "And the conspiracy theorists can say what
they will, but the Warren Commission report will always have the final
definitive say on this tragic matter. Why? Because Jerry Ford put his
name on it and Jerry Ford's word was always good."

The only thing Ford was good for was running defense for criminals
when he pardoned the remorseless Richard Nixon and others after
Watergate, allowing larcenous felons to walk free and leaving the
legacy in place that it's OK to break the law if you are the
President, a form of absolutism that has been keenly inherited by the
current crop of crooks, including Dick Cheney who praised Ford for
'allowing the nation to heal' by protecting a cadre of organized crime

John Fitzgerald Kennedy

The Men Who Killed Kennedy
"Date: November 29, 1963 To: Director Bureau
of Intelligence and Research Department of State From: John
Edgar Hoover, Director Subject: ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT
F. KENNEDY NOVEMBER 22, 1963 The substance of the foregoing
nformation was orally furnished to Mr. George Bush of the Central
Intelligence Agency and Captain William Edwards of the Defense
Intelligence Agency on November 23, 1963, by Mr. W.T. Forsyth of this
Bureau."---""On November 22, 1963 Mr. GEORGE H.W. BUSH, 5525 Briar,
Houston, Texas, telephonically advised that he wanted to relate some
hear say that he had heard in recent weeks, date and source unknown.
He advised that one JAMES PARROTT had been talking of killing the
President when he comes to Houston. "PARROTT is possibly a student at
the University of Houston and is active in politics in the Houston
area." "Bush's spokesman Stephen Hart commented: "Must be another
George Bush." Within a short time the CIA itself would peddle the same
damage control line. On July 19, 1988 in the wake of wide public
attention to the report published in The Nation, CIA spokeswoman
Sharron Basso departed from the normal CIA policy of refusing to
confirm or deny reports that any person is or was a CIA employee. CIA
spokeswoman Basso told the Associated press that the CIA believed that
"the record should be clarified." She said that the FBI document
"apparently" referred to a George William Bush who had worked in 1963
on the night shift at CIA headquarters, and that "would have been the
appropriate place to have received such an FBI report." According to
her account, the George William Bush in question had left the CIA to
join the Defense Intelligence Agency in 1964. George William Bush had
indeed worked for the CIA, the DIA, and the Alexandria, Virginia
Department of Public Welfare before joining the Social Security
Administration, in whose Arlington, Virginia office he was employed as
a claims representative in 1988. George William Bush told The Nation
that while at the CIA he was "just a lowly researcher and analyst" who
worked with documents and photos and never received interagency
briefings. He had never met Forsyth of the FBI or Captain Edwards of
the DIA. "So it wasn't me," said George William Bush. 21 Later, George
William Bush formalized his denial in a sworn statement to a federal
court in Washington, DC. The affidavit acknowledges that while working
at CIA headquarters between September 1963 and February 1964, George
William Bush was the junior person on a three to four man watch shift
which was on duty when Kennedy was shot. But, as George William Bush
goes on to say, I have carefully reviewed the FBI memorandum to the
Director, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State
dated November 29, 1963 which mentions a Mr. George Bush of the
Central Intelligence Agency....I do not recognize the contents of the
memorandum as information furnished to me orally or otherwise during
the time I was at the CIA. In fact, during my time at the CIA. I did
not receive any oral communications from any government agency of any
nature whatsoever. I did not receive any information relating to the
Kennedy assassination during my time at the CIA from the FBI. Based
on the above, it is my conclusion that I am not the Mr. George Bush of
the Central Intelligence Agency referred to in the memorandum."
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