Thank you, Ralph, and I understand what you mean. We want everyone to accept the point of view, the truth of which our organization has proven beyond certainty, that Lee Harvey Oswald was standing in the doorway of the Book Depository when the C.I.A. designated sharpshooters fired on and killed President Kennedy in Dealey Plaza.
Once it was established that Oswald was photographed in the doorway at the time of the killing it necessarily followed that only the enormous power of the U.S. national security state could have framed him as the patsy to cover the U,S. coup. That is what the JFK assassination was: a US coup.
I do not know the man that you asked about. I have never exchanged a word with him. I can only tell you that no one who could ever support the claim that the JFK assassination as a coup would ever have been permitted by the guilty U.S. government to work for the HSCA or any other federal investigation. But, I do know that a careful look at the evidence will lead any rational observer to conclude that Oswald was standing in the doorway during the shooting. And that gives me hope this man will reach that conclusion, if he hasn't reached it already.
And if I can be helpful in any way, I am entirely at your disposal.
It comes down to historical truth which has been established by your group's fine work, the Oswald Innocence Campaign, and the historically crucial scholarship of James Douglass, "JFK and the Unspeakable," and David Talbot's "The Devil's Chessboard." That truth is that the JFK assassination was a U.S. military-intelligence coup d'état.
The great work that you and Larry Rivera have done within the OIC has paved the way for any objective scholar of the Kennedy assassination to know, to a certainty that Lee Harvey Oswald was standing in the doorway. That is his alibi. He had to be somewhere, and that is where he was. He was framed for killing President Kennedy so that the U.S. national security state could establish its global military hegemony.
Ralph, if you see fit, I, of course, grant you permission to forward this letter.
Respectively and fondly yours,