Friday, June 8, 2012

Robert Vinson and the Other Oswald

For those who are knowledgeable about the intricacies of the Bush Crime Syndicate’s plot to murder John Kennedy, it will come as no surprise to hear another story corroborating the existence of an Oswald double. For those who are hearing for the first time of such a doppelganger, read the story of Sergeant Vinson whose double vision obliterates the preposterous lone nut theory.

Our account of Robert Vinson’s witness of the Oswald double comes from James Douglass’ fascinating book, JFK and the Unspeakable which presents the salient facts pointing the finger at the CIA – an element of the Wall Street based Bush Crime Syndicate – for the murder of John Kennedy.
Vinson, stationed at the North American Defense Command (NORAD) – the same one later used to disguise the 9/11/2001 air attacks by the CIA on the World Trade Center and Pentagon – witnessed the Oswald imposter escape from Dallas on a CIA plane. We believe that he eventually left the United States.
After being passed over for promotion in spite of sterling evaluation reports, Vinson decided to take his case directly to officers in the Pentagon by flying from Ent Air Force Base to Washington, DC on November 20, 1963.
The following day he met with Colonel Chapman who was a Pentagon Congressional liaison. While in Chapman’s office, Vinson heard Chapman on the phone firmly warn his party not to allow the President to go to Dallas as he had received information rendering the trip inadvisable.
After his meeting with Chapman, Vinson went to Andrews Air Force Base to grab a flight back to Colorado Springs. Although there were no such flights scheduled that day, the attending airman placed Vinson on a flight to Lowry Air Force Base in Denver. The aircraft was a large unmarked C-54 cargo plane except for an egg-shaped earth which Vinson was later to learn was a CIA logo.
After boarding the plane, Vinson saw two men in olive drab overalls enter the craft, passing him without saying a word. Odder was the absence of a flight manifest or a crew chief. At 12:29p the pilot announced that the president had been shot upon which the plane turned sharply south from its westward course, somewhere over Nebraska, landing in Dallas 3:30p central time in a sandy area along the Trinity River.
From a distance, two men leaving a jeep headed toward the plane. They also walked past Vinson without looking at or speaking to him. Dressed in beige coveralls, one was a Cuban about 6’ at 180 – 190 lbs, while his shorter Caucasian companion was about  5’ 7” to 5’ 9” weighing about 150 – 160 lbs. Vinson later discovered through news accounts that weekend that the shorter man bore a strong resemblance to Lee Oswald.
A little past dusk, the CIA C-54 landed after which the two pilots and two passengers from Dallas got off the plane, leaving Vinson stranded. Vinson soon learned that he was in Roswell, NM. When he asked the Air policeman how to get downtown, he told Vinson that no one could leave or enter the base because it was on alert, an explanation which Vinson found baffling as he had just landed.
Soon thereafter, in 1964 and after his promotion, Vinson’s life became complicated. Not only was he required to sign a secrecy agreement, but so was his wife Roberta – a first for her.
On November 25, 1964 the Air Force ordered him on a “special” assignment to Washington, D.C. where he was physically and psychologically tested by the CIA in Langley. He was asked by a group of men in a semi-darkened conference room to go to work for them, an offer he refused in spite of lucrative inducements.
In February 1965, the Air Force ordered Vinson to work for the CIA on the SR-71 project located in the Nellis Mountains 40 miles northwest of Las Vegas at Site 51. Vinson learned that both Roswell and Site 51 were the sites of the CIA’s experimental flight programs which often produced saucer shaped craft whose UFO reports the Air Force encouraged in order to cover up its projects.
Vinson and his wife realized that the reason for his assignment to the CIA was so that the spooks could monitor him more closely, and buy his silence with regular cash payments.
Civil liberties lawyer James Johnston and reporter Jon Roe published a book on Vinson’s account adding some other interesting detail. The location where the C-54 took off was Oak Cliff, the same area where J D Tippit was murdered. Thus the Oswald imposter murdered Tippit in order to frame Oswald as the murderer. The fake Oswald quickly escaped 2 ½ hours later via the C-54 which picked up him and his Cuban companion. The pickup location was 1.3 miles from the El Chico restaurant where T F White had seen the fake Oswald at 2p.
The truly fascinating aspect of this story about the double Oswald is the consumate planning which  the CIA invested in the execution of the President of the United States. But let there be no doubt that the CIA reports to the moguls on Wall Street, a place to which the Bush Crime Syndicate has deep ties.
JKF and the Unspeakable: Why He Died and Why it Matters, James Douglass
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