Now for something really interesting. And why the JFK assassination was just one murder in a string of killings by the criminals who run the world.
Was the Texas School Book Depository Co. actually a front company
involved in the network of moving drugs and guns between Latin America
and the US? Did it move into its infamous location at 411 Elm St. (owned
by right-wing Dallas oilman D.H. Byrd) - from its previous location
right across the street - less than a year before the JFK assassination?
finance officer in Japan, James Wilcott said that “several different
individuals or firms in Dallas had been involved in one way or another
with acting as cut-outs for arms shipments to Cuban exiles for the
invasion. This we concluded from putting various pieces of information
together. I remember hearing about some CIA people who had somehow
helped the right-wing Minute Men in Texas to get arms, originally
intended for the invasion.” Among the firms that Wilcott was referring
to was the TSBD, run by right-wing ideologues.
was a massive pipeline of drugs, guns, prostitutes and cash flowing
back and forth between Mexico and the East, with keys connections in
Dallas, New Orleans and Miami. The major players were hardly
stereotypical drug "kingpins," making deals while somehow flying
underneath the radar of the law enforcement community. The key men all
were law enforcement figures, men like Guy Banister in New Orleans, who
facilitated this same Mexico-Dallas-New Orleans-Miami pipeline with the
help of New Orleans chieftain Carlos Marcello, but whose operation was
deeply enmeshed with the CIA, the FBI, the local police, and military
intelligence. An employee of Banister's in 1963, Mary Brengel, was
shocked to discover her boss was working with Marcello. Banister curtly
informed her, "There are principles being violated [by Communists], and
if this goes on it could affect everyone in the United States."
official story is that the Depository Co. moved into the 411 Elm St
building in the late 1950s, but much evidence suggests that the move
happened in the 1962-63 period.
1963 Nov 23 FBI report by Nat Pinkston (File# DL 100-10461) statement
by Roy Truly [Depository manager/superintendent] – he told the agents
that his company “has occupied the building at 411 Elm Street for only a
few months. Prior to this time, the building was occupied by a
wholesale grocery company engaged in supplying restaurants and