Monday, May 7, 2018

James Bookhout said that he had started a "leave of absence" from the FBI at the time of the JFK assassination. A leave of absence? That's different from a vacation. A leave of absence is something you might take to care for a sick spouse or parent. You might do it to complete your education. Or, you might do it to travel, but not for leisure and pleasure, but rather to gain experience at something work-related. So, what was the purpose of Bookhout's leave of absence? He never said. 

And, he said he was very close to Dealey Plaza at the time of the assassination. He went to the Mercantile Bank on Main Street to conduct personal business. And when he came out, the President was driving by. When asked whether he saw the President, he said no because of the people in front of him. What does that tell you about his height? 

And he said that despite being on a leave of absence, when he heard the President had been shot, he figured he was needed, so he made his way to the FBI office. And this is where the story gets weird. He said he ran into two other FBI agents, and they told him that the higher-ups wanted him to go to the Dallas PD and look up Will Fritz. He was to be the FBI liaison. But, it makes no sense. Why would they assume that these two agents would run into Bookhout if Bookhout was on a leave of absence?

I think it was all crap about the "leave of absence." I think he said that because he went on a leave of absence AFTER the assassination, that is, the Oswald assassination. And that's because he was the Garage Shooter, and he needed to go into hiding. And, for the rest of his life, he avoided having his picture taken. Just think: even in his obituary, there was no picture. That had to be by order of him. His wife Charlotte got a picture, but not him. 

So, why did James Bookhout go the rest of his life avoiding photographs? Because he was the Garage Shooter of Lee Harvey Oswald.  

To the people who are fighting this, it's too late for you. The cat is out of the bag. The genie is out of the bottle. And there is no getting her back in. It is inevitable now that Jack Ruby's innocence is going to be the end story of this whole thing. And, there is nothing that the pinks and the punks can do about it. 

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