It has completely unraveled for Blaine and company; the jig is up. The whole world knows that neither President Kennedy nor his staff ever asked or told the agents to remove themselves from protective positions on the limousine (thanks to my book and research), yet, in a recent article, Zboril does damage control (if nothing else, Zboril is a good friend, similar to the way A.C. Cowlings stood up for O.J. Simpson):
SEE MY BOOK:
AND, LAST BUT CERTAINLY NOT LEAST- DON LAWTON DEBUNKS ZBORIL AND BLAINE!
DON LAWTON DEBUNKS CLINT HILL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Pocatellan who knew someone close to JFK case believes Oswald likely didn’t act alone
My 1995 interview with Lawton:
Agent Don Lawton, who rode on the rear of JFK's limo in Tampa 11/18/63 (and in Chicago earlier in the year 3/23/63), states that the agents had "regrets" and "remorse", adding further: "Who knows-IF THEY HAD LEFT GUYS ON THE BACK OF THE CAR...you can hindsight yourself to death", thus debunking "The Kennedy Detail"...the "they"=the agents themselves!
Donald J. Lawton: When I told Lawton what fellow agent Kinney told me, that JFK never ordered the agents off the rear of the limousine, he said "It's the way Sam said, yes". (Meaning he agrees with Kinney, it happened the way Kinney said.)
Asked to explain how he dismounted the rear of the limousine in Tampa, he said, " I didn't hear the President say it, no. The word was relayed to us- you know, 'come back to the follow-up car'".
According to Lawton, JFK was "very personable...very warm".
Asked about the tragedy in Dallas, Lawton said, "everyone felt bad. It was our job to protect the President. You still have regrets, remorse. Who knows, IF THEY HAD LEFT GUYS ON THE BACK OF THE CAR...you can hindsight yourself to death" (emphasis added).
And, from his letter to the author dated 11/22/97: "Since I am currently employed by the Secret Service I do not believe it appropriate that I comment on former or current protectees of the Service. If you spoke with Bob Lilley as you stated then you can take whatever information he passed on to you as gospel-
Robert E. Lilley, WHD: "Oh, I'm sure he [JFK] didn't [order the agents off the limo]. He was very cooperative with us once he became President. He was extremely cooperative. Basically, 'whatever you guys want is the way it will be'."
Lilley also refuted the Manchester account, adding that on a trip with JFK in Caracas, Venezuela, he and "Roy Kellerman rode on the back of the limousine all the way to the Presidential palace" at speeds reaching "50 miles per hour" (with the bubble-top on [which Lilley believed "might deflect a bullet."])
08 to :10 second mark- film of (first ) SA Don Lawton and (second), close behind, SA Henry Rybka, walking beside the limo! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vm2oDaQ2-NI