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SNIPER'S NEST AT DEALEY PLAZA AND THE MYSTERIOUS CUBANS

Posted by George Freund on October 23, 2011 at 1:15 PM

After the last blockbuster show can we really look at anything else in the media? Conspiracy Cafe is the point of the sword past, present and future. We extrapolate on the details we provided on the mysterious Cubans and Frederick Cheney Larue bagman for the conspiracy.

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In 2004 this talk junkie exposed a plot to attack the Republican National Convention in a replay of the one Nixon used. The spooks got spooked and went to Russia for their black ops. The Beslan school massacre followed. The President looked good standing firm against terrorism.

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As a codicil, the activities of a certain Nixon staffer were brought to light as well. He paid three Cubans travelling to Dallas in 1963 from the same account used to pay the Watergate burglars. WHOOPS!

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By the time I brought this up on the fourth radio show, that man was found dead in his hotel room in Biloxi, Mississippi.

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That man was Frederick CHENEY LaRue. He incidentaly killed his father while duck hunting. Moral of the story never hunt with someone named Cheney.

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Second moral of the story is that the Bush cabal will take care of business too.


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Frederick Cheney Larue


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http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.c...uk/ JFKlarue.htm

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Frederick Cheney LaRue was born in Athens, Texas, on 11th October, 1928. His father, Ike LaRue, had been in prison for fraud before becoming immensely rich after discovering oil in Mississippi.

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LaRue trained as a geologist before joining his father's oil and gas business. He was first cousin of Sid Richardson, the Texas oil and ranching tycoon. In 1957 the family sold one of its oilfields for $30m. Soon afterwards LaRue killed his father while duck-shooting.

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LaRue had extreme right-wing opinions and worked for Barry Goldwater as a political adviser. After Goldwater's crushing defeat in the 1964 presidential election, LaRue joined Richard Nixon. He helped Nixon in the 1968 campaign and afterwards served as one of his political advisers.

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In 1972 LaRue worked with John Mitchell on Nixon's re-election committee. On 20th March, LaRue attended a meeting of the committee where it was agreed to spend $250,000 "intelligence gathering" operation against the Democratic Party. This included the decision to plant electronic devices from the Democratic campaign offices in an apartment block called Watergate.

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LaRue now decided that it would be necessary to pay Frank Sturgis, Virgilio Gonzalez, Eugenio Martinez, Bernard L. Barker, E.Howard Hunt and James W. McCord large sums of money to secure their silence. LaRue raised $300,000 in hush money. Tony Ulasewicz, a former New York policeman, was given the task of arranging the payments.

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Left to right: James McCord, Jr., Virgilio Gonzalez, Frank Sturgis, Eugenio Martinez, and Bernard Baker.

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Hugh Sloan, testified that LaRue told him that he would have to commit perjury in order to protect the conspirators. LaRue was arrested and eventually found guilty of conspiring to obstruct justice. He was sentenced to three years in jail but only served four months before being released.

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Over the years it has been claimed that LaRue was Deep Throat, the man who leaked crucial information about Watergate to Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward. LaRue always denied this charge. Woodward said he would reveal the identity of Deep Throat after his source had died.

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In 2003 Jeb Magruder claimed that Richard Nixon approved the Watergate plan in a telephone conversation with Mitchell. LaRue denied this and told The Sun Herald newspaper that Magruder lied when he claimed Nixon knew about the break-in.

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Frederick Cheney LaRue was found dead in his hotel room in Biloxi, Mississippi and it is believed he died three days earlier on 24th July, 2004.

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Cuban exile Sylvia Odio told the HSCA that in late September 1963, three men showed up at her Dallas apartment and convinced her and her sister that they were members of the cause. Two of the men, "Leopoldo" and "Angelo," were Cubans, while the third, "Leon Oswald," was an American, described later as a former Marine, a man who thought Kennedy should be assassinated because of the Bay of Pigs, a good shot, and "kind of nuts." Two months later Odio and her sister were shocked when they recognized the president's assassin: Leon was Lee Harvey Oswald. The HSCA later termed Odio a "credible" witness.

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http://karws.gso.uri.edu/jfk/conspiracy_theories/texas_monthly/texas_monthly_the_consp_theories.html

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In fact, the Dal-Tex Building is the logical choice for an assassin firing from behind. Unlike the sixth floor Depository window, there are no obstructions like the oak tree that supposedly blocked Oswald’s view. And as the limousine moved down Elm Street, the angle would remain constant, making it easier for the shooter to track his target.


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Assassination researcher Robert Groden, who served as a photographic consultant for the House Select Committee for Assassinations, believes that a photograph taken by James Altgens might reveal one of the conspirators in the Dal-Tex Building. The dark-complected man, who has never been identified, leans suspiciously out of a broom closet window just seconds after the President and Governor Connally were struck from behind. As mentioned above, this location would be on line with the Tague shot and a perfect vantage point for an assassin.

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Several people in Dealey Plaza (including Phillip Willis and his family) witnessed the arrest of a young man wearing a black leather jacket and black gloves. He was ushered out of the Dal-Tex building by two uniformed policemen, who put him in a police car and drove away from the crime scene as the crowd cursed and jeered him. There is no official record of this arrest.

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Approximately fifteen minutes after the assassination, the elevator operator in the Dal-Tex Building noticed an unknown man inside the building. Feeling that the man didn’t belong in the building, the elevator operator sought out a policeman, who detained the suspicious man, bringing him to the sheriff’s office for questioning. They held him for nearly three hours.


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He told police that his name was Jim Braden, and that he was in Dallas on oil business. He showed them identification, and explained that he had entered the building in hopes of finding a telephone to call his mother. Braden further asserted that he entered the building only after the assassination occurred, although eyewitnesses placed him in the building at the time the shots were actually fired. Eventually, the police accepted his explanation and released him. As suspicious as the Jim Braden incident might seem on the surface, the underlying facts are even more incriminating. Jim Braden was actually Eugene Hale Brading, an ex-con from Southern California with reputed underworld ties. On September 10, just two months before the assassination, Brading had his name legally changed to Braden. Had Dallas police known his actual name, they would have learned that he was a parolee with thirty-five arrests on his record.

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Brading had told his parole officer that he was going to Dallas on oil business, and his parole records indicated that he planned to meet with Lamar Hunt. Although he later denied meeting with Hunt, a witness (Hunt chief of security Paul Rothermal) placed Brading and three friends at the offices of Lamar Hunt on the afternoon before the assassination. Brading’s presence at Hunt’s office was also confirmed in an FBI report. Coincidentally, Jack Ruby accompanied a young woman to the Hunt’s office that same afternoon. And on the twenty-first, Brading checked into the Cabana Hotel in Dallas, where Jack Ruby just happened to visit sometime around midnight that evening.

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Brading’s "oil business" brought him in close proximity to several figures long suspected in the assassination of John Kennedy. During the months preceding the assassination, Brading kept an office in the Pete Marquette Building in New Orleans. Also occupying an office in that building, on the same floor and just down the hall, was G. Wray Gill, a lawyer for New Orleans crime boss Carlos Marcello. One of Gill’s detectives was David Ferrie, who had been in and out of Gill’s office many times during the time Brading kept an office there. Ferrie later became the focus of New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison’s investigation into the Kennedy assassination. And Marcello, who had unceremoniously been deported to the jungles of Guatemala by Attorney General Robert Kennedy, had been on record making threats against the Kennedy brothers.

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When Bobby Kennedy’s name came up at a September 1962 meeting, Marcello became enraged. "Don’t worry about that little Bobby son-of-a-bitch," Marcello reportedly said. "He’s going to be taken care of. Livarsi na petra di la scarpa." Translated, that means, "Take the stone out of my shoe." Then Marcello, comparing Bobby to the tail of a dog and the President as the head, remarked that if you cut off the dog’s tail, he will still bite you. But if you remove the head, he reasoned, the whole dog will die.

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On the evening of June 4, 1968, Brading checked in to the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, more than a hundred miles from his home. Just a few minutes away at the Ambassador Hotel, Robert Kennedy was murdered in the hotel pantry after winning the California primary. Upon learning of Brading’s close proximity to the Ambassador Hotel that evening, the Los Angeles Police Department was concerned enough to question Brading about his possible role in both assassinations.

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http://jfkresearch.freehomepage.com/MissedShot.htm

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Virgilio (Villo) Gonzalez was born in Cuba. He worked as a driver for Felipe Vidal Santiago. Both Gonzalez and Santiago moved to Miami after Fidel Castro gained power in 1959.

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Gonzalez became an active member of the anti-Castro Cuban movement in the United States and associated with the Interpen (Intercontinental Penetration Force) group.

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In the winter of 1962 Eddie Bayo claimed that two officers in the Red Army based in Cuba wanted to defect to the United States. Bayo added that these men wanted to pass on details about atomic warheads and missiles that were still in Cuba despite the agreement that followed the Cuban Missile Crisis.

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Bayo's story was eventually taken up by several members of the anti-Castro community including Nathaniel Weyl, William Pawley, Gerry P. Hemming, John Martino, Felipe Vidal Santiago and Frank Sturgis. Pawley became convinced that it was vitally important to help get these Soviet officers out of Cuba.

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William Pawley contacted Ted Shackley at JM WAVE. Shackley decided to help Pawley organize what became known as Operation Tilt. He also assigned Rip Robertson, a fellow member of the CIA in Miami, to help with the operation. David Sanchez Morales, another CIA agent, also became involved in this attempt to bring out these two Soviet officers.

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In June, 1963, a small group, including Gonzalez, William Pawley, Eddie Bayo, Eugenio Martinez, Rip Robertson, John Martino, and Richard Billings, a journalist working for Life Magazine, secretly arrived in Cuba. They were unsuccessful in their attempts to find these Soviet officers and they were forced to return to Miami. Bayo remained behind and it was rumoured that he had been captured and executed. However, his death was never reported in the Cuban press.

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Some researchers believe Gonzalez was involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. One source claims that Gonzalez was the gunman in the Dal-Tex building and Eugenio Martinez was his spotter.

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On 17th June, 1972, Gonzalez, Frank Sturgis, Eugenio Martinez, Bernard L. Barker and James W. McCord were arrested while removing electronic devices from the Democratic Party campaign offices in an apartment block called Watergate. The phone number of E.Howard Hunt was found in address books of the burglars. Reporters were now able to link the break-in to the White House. Bob Woodward, a reporter working for the Washington Post was told by a friend who was employed by the government, that senior aides of President Richard Nixon, had paid the burglars to obtain information about its political opponents.

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In January, 1973, Gonzalez, Frank Sturgis, E.Howard Hunt, Eugenio Martinez, Bernard L. Barker, Gordon Liddy and James W. McCord were convicted of conspiracy, burglary and wiretapping.

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http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKgonzalezV.htm


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Eugenio (Musculito) Martinez was born in Cuba. He moved to Miami after Fidel Castro gained power in 1959. Over the next few years Martinez became an active member of the anti-Castro Cuban movement in the United States.

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In the winter of 1962 Eddie Bayo claimed that two officers in the Red Army based in Cuba wanted to defect to the United States. Bayo added that these men wanted to pass on details about atomic warheads and missiles that were still in Cuba despite the agreement that followed the Cuban Missile Crisis.

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Bayo's story was eventually taken up by several members of the anti-Castro community including Nathaniel Weyl, William Pawley, Gerry P. Hemming, John Martino, Felipe Vidal Santiago and Frank Sturgis. Pawley became convinced that it was vitally important to help get these Soviet officers out of Cuba.

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William Pawley contacted Ted Shackley at JM WAVE. Shackley decided to help Pawley organize what became known as Operation Tilt. He also assigned Rip Robertson, a fellow member of the CIA in Miami, to help with the operation. David Sanchez Morales, another CIA agent, also became involved in this attempt to bring out these two Soviet officers.

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In June, 1963, a small group, including Martinez, William Pawley, Eddie Bayo, Virgilio Gonzalez, Rip Robertson, John Martino, and Richard Billings, a journalist working for Life Magazine, secretly arrived in Cuba. They were unsuccessful in their attempts to find these Soviet officers and they were forced to return to Miami. Bayo remained behind and it was rumoured that he had been captured and executed. However, his death was never reported in the Cuban press.

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Some researchers believe Martinez was involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. One source claims that Virgilio Gonzalez was the gunman in the Dal-Tex building and Martinez was his spotter.

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On 3rd July, 1972, Martinez, Frank Sturgis, Virgilio Gonzalez, Bernard L. Barker and James W. McCord were arrested while removing electronic devices from the Democratic Party campaign offices in an apartment block called Watergate. The phone number of E.Howard Hunt was found in address books of the burglars. Reporters were now able to link the break-in to the White House. Bob Woodward, a reporter working for the Washington Post was told by a friend who was employed by the government, that senior aides of President Richard Nixon, had paid the burglars to obtain information about its political opponents.

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In January, 1973, Martinez, Frank Sturgis, E.Howard Hunt, Virgilio Gonzalez, Bernard L. Barker, Gordon Liddy and James W. McCord were convicted of conspiracy, burglary and wiretapping.

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Eugenio Martinez now works in the real estate business in Miami, Florida.

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http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKmartinez.htm

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