From: Anthony Marsh <anthony.ma...@comcast.net>
Date: 8 Feb 2012 22:00:55 -0500
Local: Wed, Feb 8 2012 10:00 pm
Subject: Re: CIA Claims Release of its History of the Bay of Pigs
On 2/8/2012 8:16 AM, robert dobbson wrote:
> On Feb 7, 10:11 am, claviger<historiae.fi...@gmail.com> wrote:No, you haven't. In addition to the documents and books there are some
>> On Feb 7, 7:09 am, robert dobbson<internetfantasypop...@gmail.com>
>>> On Feb 6, 8:55 pm, doctorw<PSA...@aol.com> wrote:
>>>> CIA Claims Release of its History of the Bay of Pigs Debacle Would
>>> I have to agree with them - I think "The Public " would be confused to
>> Do you have documentation to support this allegation, or did you leap to
> That would be a neat trick, if I did. There is no "documentation"
oral histories which mention him.
> There are NO photographs of Gerry Droller. There are photos ofThere is no photograph of Maurice Bishop.
> everyone else connected to the Bay of Pigs operation, including every
> other member of the CIA 'team' Droller was working with. There has to
> be a reason for that.
> George De Mohrenschildt& his wife conveniently went on "a walkingDo you have any proof of a connection with the Bay of Pigs invasion?
> trip", supposedly from Mexico to Guatamala, from 1960 to 1962
> coincidentally enough. They supposedly walked 4000 miles. That's an
> unusual way for anyone to "go on a trip" - on foot, following ancient
> Mayan trails through the jungles and wilderness, generating no records
> of where they might have been at any particular point during that
> time. And then, in 1962, they just happen to pop out of a cuban exile
> training camp in Guatamala. Totally by coincidence of course, of
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