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Saturday, December 31, 2016

Chief/ Director James J. Rowley's cousin speaks

Bernie Malone, Rowley's cousin, commented on my You Tube channel:

"James J. Rowley was my cousin, he was very close to my mother. He absolutely had nothing to do with the assassination, he protected & personally cleared all presidential trips starting with FDR & never lost a president. Eventually he became director of the Secret Service during the Kennedy years & during that time as you would expect of a director, the field work was delegated to other senior Secret Service Senior members, especially during Kennedy's campaign for re-election. I can assure you, if he were in Dallas that day, he would have not allowed that motorcade to travel through that ambush with all those open windows, he certainly would not have approved of the suspicious actions of the agents in charge, those agents would not have been called off the back of the limo...I believe & I think Vince would agree, there were agents that Vince has mentioned who were involved, most likely through LBJ...as far as the other agent's, they were understaffed, worked long hour's with little sleep & many did not approve of JFK'S infidelity, regardless, they were in no condition to protect the president that day. James Rowley was turned down by Congress to allocate the much needed funds for the Secret Service, they were understaffed & this was a disaster waiting to happen. James Rowley was in Washington DC on the day of the assassination & this was a perfect opportunity for the conspirators to take control of every detail before, during & after the assassination...I don't believe the regular Kennedy detail was involved with the possible exception of Greer. This is why I believe James Rowley allowed his ass to get grilled during the Warren Commission, he did not throw the men he knew were not responsible under the bus...I personally believe he realized that this was something much bigger than him. The one positive thing that came out of this tragedy is The Secret Service received the funding to expand & change how president's would be protected in the future....the Secret Service Training Center is named after my cousin James J. Rowley. Unfortunately, I never had a chance to meet him, but I know from his reputation that he was definitely not involved."

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