Monday, August 12, 2013

The Secret Service’s Failed Assassination of Ronald Reagan

Old information discredits the state controlled news media’s story about the assassination of Ronald Reagan at the Washington Hilton Hotel on March 30, 1981. John Hinckley, Jr did not shoot the president – that task was left to someone competent with lethal weapons – namely the US Secret Service agent Jerry Parr.
We have detailed the murder elsewhere, pointing out the inconsistencies in the official story and the ludicrous tale about how the Secret Service driver got lost taking the president to the hospital. Unfortunately we did not name the assassin, so would like to take the opportunity now to correct that omission.
We would also reiterate that John Hinckley Sr was a close neighbor, business partner, and friend of George Bush Sr, proving his loyalty with maximum and numerous campaign donations to Bush starting with his failed 1964 congressional campaign in Texas.
Hinckley was the owner of Vanderbilt Oil, working hand in hand with Georg Bush, owner of Zapata Oil, on numerous deals, most of which involved espionage and treason, rather than oil. Hinckley and Bush were Houston neighbors for years.
John Hinckley, Jr, as we noted previously, was the Sirhan Sirhan of the Reagan assassination, having been an MK Ultra mind control subject. We aren’t sure who was the sicko in the CIA who came up with the Jodie Foster story, but it must have made many laugh hysterically on the floor, peeing their pants. Hinckley’s role was to create a distraction and an excuse for the Secret Service agent to “protect” the President.
When Secret Service agent Jerry Parr pushed Reagan into the presidential limousine, he stabbed Reagan with a nearly invisible planchet about the size of a dime containing a lethal and undetectable poison. Had it not been for an observant nurse who discovered the entry wound, Reagan would not have survived. Three x-rays failed to find any exogenous debris in the president’s body, a task made more difficult by the lack of oozing blood pointing to a bullet wound.
Sherman Skolnick reports what LTC Gritz told an audience in Mesa, AZ on April 4, 1992, when he quoted Reagan himself:
I knew I had been hurt, but I thought that I'd been hurt by  the  Secret  Service  man  landing on me in the car.  As it   was, I must say it was the most paralyzing pain.  I’ve described it as if someone hit you with a hammer.  But the  sensation, it seemed to me, came after I was in the car and so I thought that maybe his gun or something had broken a   rib.  I set up on the seat, and the pain wouldn't go away   -- and suddenly, I found I was coughing up blood.
The testimony from Reagan was extraordinary, and practically proves that Parr was the murderer. We call upon the police of Washington, DC to issue an arrest warrant  for Jerry Parr and to credibly investigate the attempted murder of the president.

The Secret Service was not acting alone, and especially not Parr or the president’s limousine driver. The buck stops much higher than the United States’ Praetorian Guard.

Sherman Skolnick, Conspiracy Nation, Vol 12, No 27

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