Vince Palamara- author of "Survivor's Guilt"- SCROLL ALL THE WAY DOWN FOR MANY POSTINGS AND MORE!

Vince Palamara- author of "Survivor's Guilt"- SCROLL ALL THE WAY DOWN FOR MANY POSTINGS AND MORE!
Vince Palamara- author of "Survivor's Guilt: The Secret Service and the Failure to Protect President Kennedy"

SURVIVOR'S GUILT- OUT NOW!

SURVIVOR'S GUILT- OUT NOW!
"SURVIVOR'S GUILT: The Secret Service & The Failure To Protect President Kennedy" by Vince Palamara COMING OCTOBER 2013 ! THE PERFECT ANTIDOTE TO GERALD BLAINE'S PROPAGANDA-***CLICK ON THE PIC***

THE KENNEDY DETAIL-BEWARE:

“The Kennedy Detail” repeats constantly an alleged Kennedy quote about "Ivy League charlatans" that the author tries to convince (brainwash?) the reader into taking what was simply an off-hand quote/joke by JFK and turn it into a proclamation of strict procedure protocol-an astute comment from a reader



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President Kennedy's Secret Service White House Detail +

President Kennedy's Secret Service White House Detail +
President Kennedy's Secret Service White House Detail + various other important/ temp/ PRS agents, as compiled from the massive collection of the leading authority on the Secret Service, especially during the JFK era: Vince Palamara

Secret Service JFK

Secret Service JFK
Various JFK era agents

Secret Service JFK

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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Raw notes re: "Breaking Tecumseh's Curse" by Jan Marie Ritter with Bob Ritter (2013)

Raw notes re: "Breaking Tecumseh's Curse" by Jan Marie Ritter with former Secret Service agent Bob Ritter (2013)

page 189 bio- Stu Knight;

page 191 bio- LuBert "Bert" de Freese;

page 192 Secret Service manual;

page 193 bio- Charlie Gittens;
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page 216 bio- Winston Lawson;

Chapter 19 "Death in Dallas" pp 215-234:

page 217 "to prevent a double tragedy" President and VP do not travel in same car, helicopter, airplane, etc...what about same MOTORCADE as in Dallas?; "The motorcade route chosen by Agent Lawson was suggested by SAIC Forrest Sorrels of the Dallas Field Office. Sorrels was a living legend.";

pages 217-218 bio- Sorrels;

page 232 doesn't rule out "others" being involved in JFK assassination; "In Secret Service school, they told us that President Johnson privately believed Cuba was behind" the murder;
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page 254 bio- Rad Jones;

page 393 "Instead of routinely evaluating protective procedures and techniques and making improvements where needed, the Secret Service sometimes blamed its own protectees. Bob remembered the instructor in Secret Service school who said: "Kennedy didn't want agents on the back of the limo. They could have saved his life." [Ritter's emphasis]

page 414 Re: the administrative assistant of the Intelligence Division (formerly known as PRS): soon after the Reagan assassination attempt (3/30/81), "She came to me later in the day and said she wanted to 'warn me'...She's been around a long time. She started in the Chicago Field Office and worked there during the JFK assassination [Charlotte Klapkowski? June Marie Terpinas?]. She told me that 'funny things' went on back then and she has the same feeling again...she wouldn't elaborate on that. She did say that SAIC Richards told her to type only an original of my report. No copies were to be made, not even the standard agent's copy. And she was ordered to shred my original handwritten submission! She knew how strange that was. She warned me to look out for myself."

page 432 bio -Robert DeProspero

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