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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

From Barry Ernest's excellent blog :)

Thursday, January 19, 2012

The Unsinkable Vince Palamara

Recently on Facebook, the recipient of this derisive comment boldly posted it for all to see:

"Vince Palamara?! I know who you are. I think you're crazier than a shithouse rat! Don't ever call me again!"

The remark was made by former JFK Secret Service agent Larry Newman who, up to that point, Vince had considered to be a "friendly contact."

For those unfamiliar with the name, Vince Palamara has spent years researching the role of the Secret Service throughout the Kennedy administration, specifically pinpointing the period prior to, during, and following the president's assassination. He is recognized as an authority in this particular area.

Lately, Vince has been on a mission to clarify issues raised by author and former Secret Service agent Gerald Blaine in his recent book, "The Kennedy Detail" (Gallery Books, 2010). Type "Vince Palamara" into You Tube and you'll get a sampling of Vince's feelings regarding that book as well as Blaine's feelings regarding Vince. Rewarding also is a visit to Vince's blog at: http://vincepalamara.blogspot.com/

Because of continued interest in this aspect of the case, I asked Vince if he'd care to submit an article for inclusion on this website. He agreed and, in fact, submitted two. You'll find the first, a 13,000-word treatise, by clicking on the new Submissions tab above. Vince's second article will appear later.

In fact, let me extend to all -- researchers and readers alike -- an invitation to send me anything you may have written related to the JFK assassination that you'd like to share with others in future updates to this page. Hopefully, your words will spark further interest and discussion.

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