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Saturday, November 23, 2013

BEST review I have seen for Hill's new book:

BEST review I have seen for Hill's new book:

3.0 out of 5 stars It's ok but enough already, November 23, 2013
 By toddprovost"the one" - See all my reviews
 This review is from: Five Days in November (Hardcover)
 Other than one nothing-special photo by Miss McCubbin of Arlington Cemetery, all the photos (most of which I have seen before) are from other photographers, while the text is basically "Mrs. Kennedy and Me" lite. Yeah, we get it: you're all heart broken...all the way to the bank. Well, my heart weeps for JFK--he's dead. Also, what is up with all the signed assassination photos from you and your colleagues on a certain popular selling site? Not cool.


The day after the 50th anniversary...we're all still here?

You know and I know this case is never going away. It has been almost A HUNDRED AND FIFTY years and the Lincoln case is hot (huge hit movie, Tom Hanks television program, other programs, countless books, etc). Several books on the assassination are best-sellers and many are selling very, very well.

We all thought the dawning of the 21rst century and (especially) 9/11, let alone the 40th anniversary, would see an end to proceedings...never going to happen. Interest in THE KENNEDYS will always be alive, well, and huge (Caroline as Ambassador to Japan, her own son, the extended Kennedy family, best-selling books on JFK's life, Jackie's life, etc.).

From an historical standpoint, the JFK assassination is very recent- only 9 presidents ago and (God willing) our last assassinated president (may that never, ever happen again). From an aesthetic point of view (because, remember: perception is reality and appearances count), JFK was our most handsome president, brutally taken from us too soon. The Kennedy story is like a terrific book of triumph and tragedy where the last few chapters were ripped out and discarded: we are all trying to fill in the blanks. Unlike the Lincoln case, JFK and his death are "alive and well" thanks to many digital and analog artifacts- films, photos, videos, sound recordings, etc. etc. etc. Even for people NOT alive (or too young to truly remember), JFK is "Marilyn Monroe", "Elvis" and "Madonna": a cultural icon who is (or seems to be) still living thanks to constant media stories, You Tube, and so forth.

And, let's face it: the December 1991 movie "JFK" recalibrated the assassination for everyone- it will ALWAYS be the best movie ever on his murder, warts and all. For millions ( thanks to reruns, still today), THIS IS the assassination story! Awful, amateur-hour movies like "Killing Kennedy" and "Parkland" are for the trash heap.

Will there be a HUGE media blitz like this again (soon)? Probably not (maybe, maybe at the 75th and 100th; who knows). But you DO know that, every anniversary (even the "off" years starting next year), television will rerun prior productions and, who knows, maybe even some new ones; there is plenty "in the can", so to speak. As for the critical community, there is plenty to still hang our hats on in the future: the anniversaries of the Warren Commission, the HSCA, the Stone film, and the only-15-year-old ARRB Final Report.

Dealey Plaza and Arlington Cemetery will continue to draw millions per books will still come out and sell...whether reruns or new productions, many tv programs will continue to run...and, last but certainly not least, the limitless library of the internet will continue to flourish.

No one is going anywhere.

Friday, November 22, 2013

JFK Secret Service Agent Bill Greer: The North Carolina Connection with Vince Palamara 11/22/13

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WLOS TV ABC North Carolina 11/22/13 with Vince Palamara
JFK Secret Service Agent Bill Greer: The North Carolina Connection with Vince Palamara 11/22/13
John Le- reporter

Thursday, November 21, 2013

JFK died because the Kennedy Detail failed: here is the absolute proof

JFK died because the Kennedy Detail failed: here is the absolute proof

I love the Secret Service (1865-2013) but I AM indeed a harsh critic----and rightfully so---of their inaction on 11/22/63 when JFK was left a sitting duck to die. I admire President Kennedy even is awful to know his life could have been spared if these men would have done their normal, professional jobs.

Sadly, for some of these "heroes", multiple books and book tours, documentaries, movie deals, and millions of dollars in blood money (including autographing ASSASSINATION PHOTOS!) are the order of the day; disgusting.

THE PARTY IS almost got away with it. I think they thought I was going to remain a mere "fly in the ointment" who could be easily dismissed as some "conspiracy nut". Think again: my book is a major success and is selling worldwide!

Not "theories" or "vendettas"...just the truth. JFK would have lived, whether Oswald all alone or a conspiracy, if the Kennedy detail would have done their job.

Here is the absolute proof:

Finally, in his zeal to defend Blaine’s errors, fibs and omissions, Blaine friend Frank Badalson makes a whopper of his own. Here it is:

Did you ask Wesleyan University to look for a Boring transcript? Well guess what….it’s there. The author never mentions this, he is so obsessed with slandering Mr. Blaine, that he doesn’t check the obvious.”

What’s the problem? Well, the hard answer would be “read my book”. The easy answer is this total refutation I received today from THE archivist of the Manchester collection:
“Today at 4:38 PM
Dear Vince,
The Guide to the William Manchester Papers, available at, provides a complete listing of all of Manchester’s papers related to The Death of a President. I can confirm that there is no transcript of an interview with Floyd Boring in the papers.

Leith Johnson
University Archivist
Special Collections & Archives
Wesleyan University
Olin Memorial Library”

Saturday, November 16, 2013

Secret Service destroys JFK assassination related records:

I am in the Final Report of the ARRB. Tunheim talks about the poor security afforded JFK by the Secret Service and the 1995 illegal destruction of records

Secret Service destroys JFK assassination related records:

Vince Palamara

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Friday, November 8, 2013

I am credited at the end of the National Geographic television special "JFK: The Final Hours" 11/8/13; Clint Hill fibs

I am credited at the end of the National Geographic television special "JFK: The Final Hours" 11/8/13; Clint Hill fibs

(I am credited at the end of this television program, a small sample taped off my own tv in the Fair Use doctrine) Secret Service Agent Clint Hill fibs again- JFK did NOT order the agents off the limo in Dallas or elsewhere! HE HIMSELF rode briefly on the rear of the limo on Main Street in Dallas AND the film clip shown near the beginning of this excerpt- unfortunately slowed down [on purpose?]-depicts agents Bob Lilley and Roy Kellerman on the rear of the limo with the top on and the day was a beautiful, no rain situation. Lilley joined his many colleagues in denying that JFK ever ordered the agents off the limo. Lilley further told me that the motorcade shown reached speeds of 50 mph with the agents on the rear of the car! The other clip, run in real time [not slowed down], shows another motorcade with the top on in beautiful, no-rain conditions



The Story Behind the Book

Tony had just turned 16 when he spent a day with his idol John F. Kennedy. It is a true story, written exactly as it took place during President Kennedy’s visit to the author’s hometown, Tampa, Florida, on November 18, 1963.
The author, now a veteran journalist, advertising and real estate practitioner, describes the day he experienced the President of the United States only four days before the chief executive would be assassinated in Dallas.
Young Tony's experience could probably never happen again. The times, the current levels of security, the constraints of a tight schedule, and so many other factors would prevent a president from interacting with the public and especially a young photographer in the same way Kennedy did on that fateful day.
It's doubtful a kid, shooting for his high school newspaper, could possibly gain the same access today.
Tony tells you exactly what it was like to interact with the President of the United States and one so beloved by the masses. He describes the planning, excitement, security precautions and even several personal brushes he had with Kennedy.
His pictures are amazing and well presented. It’s a book you’ll want to pass down for generations so others can see and understand what happened fifty years ago.
“John F. Kennedy: An Amazing Day for a President and a Kid with His Camera" is also a great gift for those who remember Kennedy first hand and for those who were not around to experience Camelot.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013


"JFK: The Smoking Gun" is an EXCELLENT documentary with much valuable material included...but I am still unconvinced that Hickey fired the fatal shot. Still, much of value to be found within.