I am very pleased to announce that the 61st senior member of the Oswald Innocence Campaign is the Scot author Gerry Docherty.
Gerry is the co-author of Hidden History: The Secret History of the First World War, the other author being OIC senior member Jim Macgregor. I am in the middle of reading this book right now, and it is fascinating. I'm right at the part where Archduke Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary had been assassinated in Sarejevo, an attack that was orchestrated by a high-ranking Serbian military officer who was in the hip-pocket of the Rothschilds. The book is thrilling in a very Machiavellian way. I think it is one of the most important history books ever written, and I highly recommend it. Here is the link to Gerry's blog:
Gerry is a graduate of Edinburgh University, and he became a teacher of high school History and Modern Events. (called here Current Events) He authored a play about two heroic soldiers during World War 1, and it was his research for that that lite the fire of his passion for true World War 1 history.
But, Gerry knows full-well that the same "deep state" or "shadow government" that started the first World War also killed John F. Kennedy, and that the gunman who struck down the Archduke (Gavrilo Princip) was just a puppet like Oswald. The difference is that Oswald was totally innocent, not having shot anybody, whereas Princip was following orders. He was also ordered to commit suicide upon doing it, (they gave him a cyanide capsule) but he left out that part.
Anyway, Hidden History is a fascinating read, and I am so glad to know about it. What an accomplishment.
Welcome to the OIC, Gerry.