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    Charles Barkley doesn’t think Eric Garner’s death was a homicide | For The Win CHARLES BARKLEY

    Players in the RFK Killing | The Impious Digest


    The confession appears in David E. Scheim's book Contract on America: The Mafia Murder of President John F. Kennedy. Thane Eugene Cesar is mentioned first at page 325, along with an excerpt from "a 1969 filmed and tape-recorded interview with journalist Theodore Charach:

    Cesar: For some reason, I don't know why, I had a hold of his [Kennedy's] arm under his elbow here ... his right arm .... And I was a little behind Bobby.... When the shots were fired, when I reached for my gun, and that's when I got knocked down....
    Charach: Did you see other guys pull their guns after you pulled your the kitchen?
    Cesar: No, I didn't see anyone else pull their guns in the kitchen area.... Except for myself....
    Charach: How far did you have it out?
    Cesar: Oh, I had it out of my holster. I had it in my hand. fn212
    Footnote 212: Cesar interview, in The Second Gun.

    Request to Los Angeles Grand Jury

    Challenging Witnesses

    Thousands of pages of testimony and documents released by St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch show how grand jurors and investigators challenged witnesses, asking skeptical questions of those who said the shooting was unjustified. On the stand, several said they'd lied when interviewed by investigators.

    Several witnesses admitted to the grand jury that they'd not told the truth when they were interviewed after the shooting by St. Louis County and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents who canvassed the neighborhood.

    One resident told the FBI that Brown fell to his knees and put his hands up, that Wilson fired and Brown fell forward, and that Wilson stood over him and shot again. The witness was challenged on the stand in the grand jury room.

    "You told the story that had a bunch of lies, isn't that right?" asked Kathi Alizadeh, one of two assistant prosecuting attorneys in the case.

    Backtracking Witnesses

    The witness backtracked, saying the comments to the FBI were based on "assumption" and "common sense." One woman admitted she lied to FBI agents on Sept. 30 when she claimed to have been a witness, saying she repeated what her boyfriend claimed took place.

    "I just wanted to be a part of something and tell them what my boyfriend said because he wasn't there" to be interviewed, she said. "I didn't know if they were going to come back and try to talk to him, I just wanted his story to be out there." She said she testified after the Justice Department granted her immunity and promised not to prosecute her for giving false statements.

    Brown was waxed up on dope. This is as good a reason as any for his suicide by cop ending.

    Prosecutors repeatedly stressed Brown's pot use : News

    A detective told jurors the term “waxing” didn’t mean much to him at first. Then the results of Brown’s toxicology reports came back on Aug. 15 showing he had high levels of THC.

    The detective testified that the medical examiner’s office told him the level in Brown’s system “could have potentially caused a loss in perception of space and time and there was also the possibility that there could have been hallucinations.”

    According to a toxicology report, Brown had 12 nanograms of THC per milliliter of blood in his system. There were no other drugs detected.

    In testimony before the grand jury on Nov. 4, the chief toxicologist for St. Louis County said it was clear Brown had consumed a lot of marijuana because it would take a lot to get a 300-pound person to the level of 12 nanograms of the compound THC in his bloodstream.

    Alizadeh asked if the toxicologist was familiar with “waxing.”

    The toxicologist said it was a process of using gases such as butane to concentrate the intoxicants in the marijuana for “a lot more bang for the buck.” Beto ar 15
    Last edited by frisco kid; 09-13-2019, 08:58 PM.

  • #2
    Eugene Thane Cesar: Did he do it? - Page 2 - Robert Kennedy - The Education Forum

    BRENT:I’m talking to Don Schulman. Don can you give us a half-way decent report of what happened within all this chaos?

    SCHULMAN;OK I was ..a…standing behind…a…Kennedy as he was taking his assigned route into the kitchen. A Caucasian gentleman stepped out and fired three times. The security guard hit Kennedy all three times. Mr. Kennedy slumped to the floor…they carried him away…the security guards fired back…As I saw…they shot the ….a…man who shot Kennedy…in the leg….he…a before they could get him he shot a ….it looked to me…he shot a woman…and he shot two other men.They then proceeded to carry Kennedy into the kitchen and …I don’t know how his condition is now.

    BRENT: Was he grazed or did it appear to be a direct hit? Was it very serious from what you saw?

    SCHULMAN:Well…from what I saw…it looked…fairly serious.He had …he was definitely hit three times.Things happened so quickly that…that…there was another eyewitness standing next to me and she is in shock now and very fuzzy…as I am…because it happened so quickly.

    BRENT:Right.I was about six people behind the Senator, I heard six or seven shots in succession…Now…is this the security guard firing back?

    SCHULMAN:Yes…a…the man who stepped out fired three times at Kennedy..hit him all three times….and the security guard then fired back….hitting…

    BRENT: Right.

    SCHULMAN:Hitting him, and he is in apprehension.



    Who Killed RFK? - Finding Sources Paul Schrade Juan Romero


    Who Killed Bobby?: The Unsolved Murder of Robert F. Kennedy - Shane O'Sullivan - Google Books

    Continuing Counter Reformation: Barry Chamish - JFK/RFK Kill Zones

    Who Killed Bobby?: The Unsolved Murder of Robert F. Kennedy - Shane O'Sullivan - Google Books

    Last edited by frisco kid; 11-05-2016, 06:02 PM.


    • #3

      Sirhan Sirhan: In His Own Words By Stephen Lendman 6-25-10

      "They made me believe I had murdered Robert Kennedy in cold blood and I was remorseful and ashamed. Everyone said I was guilty. They said I would get the death matter what I said or did. They said it was an open and shut case and that I might as well give up. I just wanted to get the whole thing over with and if it meant me being dead, so be it. I didn't have anything left to live for anyway."

      A trial followed, Sirhan represented by attorney Grant Cooper, a man he called "crooked. He had mafia and CIA connections," Sirhan explaining what he knew and his mob involvement. "He was (picked) to make sure I was convicted and sent to my death, and Cooper complied because they were planning to kill him" otherwise.

      Reynolds asked him to portray what he remembered doing at the Ambassador Hotel. Sirhan stood up, swayed, his arms gently rising, looked straight ahead, then made a gun shape with his right hand, his arm parallel to the ground pretending to shoot, saying:

      "At a specific moment, and I can't remember when or why, I shot my 22 caliber pistol three times. My arms were unsteady but level with the ground. Two of the shots missed. I saw them miss. One of the shots may have bounced off him like a BB. All of a sudden people were grabbing me. They were forcing me down....Did anybody say I reached around behind and shot Robert Kennedy in the back of the head?"

      Reynolds: "Nobody."

      Sirhan: "But that's what I would've had to do" to kill him....So, what do you think of me now? Do you think I am crazy like they say?"

      Not at all, said Reynolds, Sirhan adding "I am just a man. I am a man just like you. I am trained never to allow an inmate to touch me."

      In parting, he embraced Reynolds, both of them now "secret friends in a desolate place."

      Evan Freed Affidavit JFK CIA

      Hastings: No Foul Play Suspected in Michael Hastings’ Death, LAPD Says | KTLA
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      • #4
        A police chase ended in a fatal crash Friday morning on the Eastside. Police investigating fatal Eastside crash

        A man allegedly driving a stolen red 2001 Pontiac Aztec crashed near the intersection of East 38th Street and North Sherman Drive while trying to avoid police, according to a statement from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.

        North Sherman Drive will remain closed for the next few hours as investigators review the scene of the accident. Police advise drivers to seek an alternate route.

        Officers responded to a report of a stolen vehicle at around 8:30 a.m. The owner of the car said she left the Aztec running in her driveway while she went inside her house. When she returned, it was gone.

        Within half an hour, police received a 911 call stating GPS tracking of the stolen car located it on the 3500 block of Orchard Avenue.

        While officers made their way to that area, an officer in a marked patrol car spotted the car and tried to conduct a traffic stop.

        The driver pulled over into a lot in the 3700 block of North Keystone Avenue. The driver raised his hands as the officer conducted the felony stop and waited for backup. Soon after, though, the driver fled eastbound on East 38th Street at high speed.

        The driver swerved at the intersection of East 38th Street and North Sherman Drive, trying to avoid hitting another vehicle. He lost control and crashed against a tree.

        The driver was pronounced dead at the scene by Indianapolis EMS personnel.

        The driver has not been identified. More details are not available at this time.

        Michael Hastings' Last Ride

        Highland Avenue was closed for hours between Melrose and Rosewood avenues. Debris from the vehicle was scattered across both sides of the median. The vehicle’s engine and transmission were separated from the chassis and landed approximately 100 feet south of the crash site, near Highland Avenue and Clinton Street.

        Last edited by frisco kid; 10-24-2018, 06:54 PM.


        • #5
          She's the wife of the jewish man with the garden hose. A most important eyewitness who contradicts (the police report) that Hastings was on fire for 3-5 minutes. The relevant audio starts around 12:00.

          This is a real and nasty image of a man burned in a car fire.

          Michael Hastings' Last Ride

          Eyewitness Account - Michael Hasting Car Crash

          As to the unprecedented Obama regime action of cremating Hastings body without his family’s permission either being sought or granted, the InfoWars News Service further reports:

          A witness to the aftermath of the Michael Hastings accident on June 18 in Hancock Park in Los Angeles, California told Infowars Nightly News that the journalist’s body was not badly charred as reported by the Los Angeles Times.

          The LAPD and the Los Angeles County Coroner were “trying their best” to hide the body from the witness, who asked to remain anonymous, when it was pulled from the vehicle approximately three hours after the fire was extinguished, between 7:20 to 7:40 AM.

          After the ferocity of the fire, the witness expected to see a body charred beyond recognition. “What I saw was the full body,” she told Infowars Nightly News, “with a completely burned face, up to say the shoulders. From the shoulders down I saw the whole body, completely intact, not burned in any way.”
          She identified the body as a “white guy about 25 to 30… a white young guy… I saw full, white arms.”

          This contradicts the official story. “The body was badly charred and identified only as ‘John Doe 117,’ law enforcement authorities told The Times. Coroner’s officials were attempting to match dental records to help make a positive identification, according to authorities,” the LA Times reported.”​
          As to why the Obama regime, and now the LAPD, are continuing to cover-up Hastings assassination can be readily viewed in this map [below/see video HERE] showing the sheer impossibility of this award winning reporter who was running for his life having been killed by his vehicle hitting a tree, especially in light of the fact the debris field extends for nearly 300 meters (100 yards) clearly indicating an explosive event.

          Mrs. A: OK. So when I tell about that I have to preface it with the fact that they were trying their best not to let me see it. So whatever I did see, it was hard to see. What I expected to see -- after that fire -- basically was a body in pieces and completely black. So I saw his full body with a completely black face. completely burned face up to the shoulders. From shoulders down I saw the whole body which was completely intact, not burned in any way. I didn't know who it was but when I saw it, I told my daughter it was white guy about 25 - 30, I told her. A white, young guy. And I'm still doubting I could see it, but how did I know it was a white guy 25 - 30 with completely white arms -- not burned in any way. And from what I saw he was wearing something like a T-shirt, but I saw the gray color, but it could have been gray from the smoke. I don't know what its (?) is. As far as I could see, it was cut-off sleeves. I saw full white arms. I even paid attention that it was -- I thought to my self: it is California and the guy is so white, so not-tanned. But it was a dead body.

          GE: It was sevenish when all this happened?

          Mrs. A: it was 7:20 to 7:40.

          GE: So you had pretty good daylight at that point?

          Mrs. A: it was completely light. And so they put him on the grass. They spread the white sheet on the grass. Put him flat on his back and the coroners went around doing what they were doing. I could see they were kneeling in front of him, squatting in front of him. The two coroner ladies. And then one of them pulled him by the arm to lift him on his side. To roll him on his side and checked something in the back, which I assumed is the back pocket of his pants to see for ID. So I clearly saw not only was his skin not burned -- you could have moved him by the arms.

          Despite rescue effort, Yarmouth Port man dies in fiery crash - News - - Hyannis, MA


          The car was fully engulfed in flames when emergency workers arrived moments after the wreck was reported by a worker at a nearby Jamba Juice, KABC-TV reported.



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          • #6
            2 die when speeding car crashes, burns | FOX5 San Diego

            Who Killed Michael Hastings? -- New York Magazine

            By the middle of June, though, Hastings, then 33, had become openly afraid. Helicopters are a common sight in the Hollywood Hills, but he had told Jordanna Thigpen, a neighbor he’d become close to, that there were more of them in the sky than usual, and he was certain they were tracking him. On Saturday the 15th, he called Matt Farwell, his writing partner, and said Farwell might be interviewed by the FBI. Farwell was unsettled. “He was being really cagey over the phone, which was odd, very odd,” Farwell says. On the 17th, Hastings e-mailed colleagues at BuzzFeed to warn them that “the Feds are interviewing my ‘close friends and associates’ ”; he was “onto a big story” and needed to go “off the rada[r] for a bit … hope to see you all soon.”

            “He was deeply agitated,” says The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur. Since Hastings didn’t want to say anything more over e-mail or the phone, Farwell, who lived in Virginia, set up a lunch for him the following Thursday with a trusted friend of Farwell’s, also in L.A., so that she could pass along whatever Hastings had to tell him on her forthcoming trip East.

            The lunch never happened. At 4:20 a.m. on Tuesday, June 18, Hastings’s silver Mercedes C250 coupe, speeding south on Highland Avenue, crossed Melrose, jumped the median, hit a palm tree, and exploded. The charred body of the driver was identified by the Los Angeles coroner as John Doe 117 until fingerprints confirmed that the deceased was Michael Hastings.

            Rolling Stone journalist feared prior to crash his car was tampered with: Report | Fox News

   Danny Casolaro

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            • #7
              How Did Michael Hastings Really Die? | The Daily Sheeple

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              Jose said the car was on fire way before it crossed the light.


              "I ran to the street and asked myself how will this end?"

              "The car was bouncing, flames and sparks near the gas tank."

              "When he hit the palm tree, that's when the flames were higher."

              "There were explosions and everything. The transmission was found a few feet in front of the car."

              "You saw the sparks prior to him hitting anything, you just saw it at the bottom of the car?"

              "Yes, plenty from the beginning, way before he crossed the light."

              "No one could approach the car because it kept exploding."

              "As soon as he crossed the Melrose stop light, about 50 feet ahead is when he lost control."

              "I think he came across deeper pot holes, and he fish-tailed and he went right into the palm tree."

              The flames can be seen across the rear and right side of the car. IT WAS ON FIRE.



              Last edited by frisco kid; 05-05-2016, 02:51 PM.


              • #8
                Was it a bomb, or simply placed there...130 feet southeast of the Mercedes' resting spot? There are few things in this case more absurd than the engine fly-out myth. What a complete farce.

                Last edited by frisco kid; 08-09-2015, 12:57 AM.


                • #9
                  Body Examination:

                  Decedent was observed seated inside his extremely damaged/ charred vehicle, appearing his
                  seat had been pushed back about a couple of feet or so. He was slumped forward, leaning
                  toward his left
                  ; as he was well wedged into the vehicle, he required LAFD extrication.

                  Decedent was first observed not slumped forward or leaning to his left, unless the pumpkin head wasn't Hastings? Nothing was wedging the dummie head or whatever it was in the car. The dummie did not require LAFD EXTRICATION.

                  It can't be shown how any body was pinned in the car. The dummie was all the way back, head straight up and nothing pinning it in. NO REAL EXTRACTION TOOK PLACE. IT WAS STAGED.

                  The supposed body was at first straight up and then slumped over with a blown out door only a minute and a half later. The later view with it slumped over was faked. The times to look for are 3:00 and 4:38.


                  Last edited by frisco kid; 05-02-2016, 10:31 PM.


                  • #10
                    People have only asked where Hastings was headed right before his car exploded, but few ever asked a much more important question. Assuming that Hastings left in his car after leaving Thigpen's place, where the hell did he go for as many as 4 hours? This huge amount of time would've allowed him to be killed elsewhere and to remotely control the Mercedes a very short distance before it absolutely exploded. He was only 1.5 miles from home.


                    Michael Hastings' Dangerous Mind: Journalistic Star Was Loved, Feared and Haunted - Los Angeles | Los Angeles News and Events | LA Weekly

                    In February, Hastings had rented a one-bedroom apartment with a gorgeous view overlooking Hollywood. The landlord allowed him to use another unit, the one below Thigpen's, to write.

                    Often, when Hastings was done for the day, he would visit Thigpen. He would talk passionately about the stories he was working on. They talked about other things in the news, about stories she thought he should pursue, and about their shared sense of grief.

                    "We both suffered the same thing, which was depression," she says.

                    Hastings was intensely interested in government surveillance of journalists. In May, the story broke about the Department of Justice obtaining the phone records of Associated Press reporters. A couple weeks later, Edward Snowden's revelations about the National Security Agency's massive surveillance program became public. Hastings was convinced he was a target.

                    His behavior grew increasingly erratic. Helicopters often circle over the hills, but Hastings believed there were more of them around whenever he was at home, keeping an eye on him. He came to believe his Mercedes was being tampered with. "Nothing I could say could console him," Thigpen says.

                    One night in June, he came to Thigpen's apartment after midnight and urgently asked to borrow her Volvo. He said he was afraid to drive his own car. She declined, telling him her car was having mechanical problems.

                    "He was scared, and he wanted to leave town," she says.

                    The next day, around 11:15 a.m., she got a call from her landlord, who told her Hastings had died early that morning. His car had crashed into a palm tree at 75 mph and exploded in a ball of fire.

                    "I burst into tears," Thigpen says. "I couldn't believe it had happened again."


                    Michael Hastings' Last Ride

                    It was all just a coincidence, or not. He was paranoid about his car being tampered with only four hours before he blew up in it, or was he really in it at all?

                    Michael Hastings' Dangerous Mind: Journalistic Star Was Loved, Feared and Haunted | L.A. Weekly

                    His behavior grew increasingly erratic. Helicopters often circle over the hills, but Hastings believed there were more of them around whenever he was at home, keeping an eye on him. He came to believe his Mercedes was being tampered with. "Nothing I could say could console him," Thigpen says.

                    One night in June, he came to Thigpen's apartment after midnight and urgently asked to borrow her Volvo. He said he was afraid to drive his own car. She declined, telling him her car was having mechanical problems.

                    "He was scared, and he wanted to leave town," she says.

                    The next day, around 11:15 a.m., she got a call from her landlord, who told her Hastings had died early that morning. His car had crashed into a palm tree at 75 mph and exploded in a ball of fire.

                    "I burst into tears," Thigpen says. "I couldn't believe it had happened again."
                    Last edited by frisco kid; 08-09-2015, 01:10 AM.


                    • #12


                      • #14
                        The tire was mostly parallel with the passenger side. It was not turned hard left and could never appear so from any angle. I knew that before posting this thread. Shortly after you made your point I found an awesome capture at 1:53 that shows the tire mostly straight, as it was early in the video and at the end. The straight tire is visible about one minute after the fake image is turned hard left. The angle is the same at these two different times and this capture used is one second before the old one, at 0:54. Of course the LL video was fabricated to some degree. That's just common sense, but what amazes me are the clues they left behind for anyone that bothered to look.




                        Published on Jun 21, 2013

                        There are still many questions and theories circling around what caused the tragic car crash that took esteemed journalist Michael Hastings' life. We don't have official word yet and are awaiting an official investigation. Some people witnessed the crash though, including Jose Rubalcava, who is the only man known to have witnessed the crash from beginning to end. He shares what he saw in the interview with Ana Kasparian, co-host of The Young Turks.

                        Last edited by frisco kid; 05-03-2016, 06:04 PM.


                        • #15

                          Okay. But what I'm saying is that deception was used in the video and other evidence suggests that the body was not burnt completely. That doesn't seem possible, considering the Mercedes was ablaze for at least five minutes.



                          When I got to L.A. and saw him, I immediately realized that he was not going to go willingly. I started to make arrangements with our other brother to fly out and help me possibly force Mike into checking himself into a hospital or detox center. I’d thought that I had at least convinced Mike to just stay in his apartment and chill out for the next few days, but he snuck out on me when I was sleeping. He crashed his car before anyone could do anything to help him ...


                          A witness described the accident to KTLA News: “I was just coming northbound on Highland and I seen a car, like, going really fast and all of a sudden I seen it jackknife,” Luis Cortez said. “I just seen parts fly everywhere, and I slammed on my brakes and stopped and tried to call 911.”
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