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The George C. Thomson Theory
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Peter Fokes
2009-04-22 03:54:03 UTC
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George C. Thomson self-published a 50-page book entitled "The quest
for truth; a quizzical look at the Warren Report, or how President
Kennedy really was assassinated" in 1964.

His theory?

5 people killed in Dealey Plaza

22 bullets fired

auto-weapon with silencer was used

JFK was NOT killed!

and last but not least

JFK was impersonated in the limo by Officer Tippit.


The CIA noted Thomson's book in its infamous memo on how to handle
critics of the WC Report:

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4. Aside from political and financial motives, some people have
apparently published accounts simply because they were burning to give
the world their theory, e.g., ... Thomson's booklet [was published] by
his own engineering firm. The impact of these books will probably be
relatively slight, since their writers will appear to readers to be
hysterical or paranoid.

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Officer Tippit was in the limo?

Who the heck was shot to death at Tenth and Patton then?

Was JFK impersonating Tippit?

Whew!

Regards,
Peter Fokes,
Toronto
b***@gmail.com
2018-07-01 04:02:45 UTC
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George C. Thomson self-published a 50-page book entitled "The quest
for truth; a quizzical look at the Warren Report, or how President
Kennedy really was assassinated" in 1964.
His theory?
5 people killed in Dealey Plaza
22 bullets fired
auto-weapon with silencer was used
JFK was NOT killed!
and last but not least
JFK was impersonated in the limo by Officer Tippit.
The CIA noted Thomson's book in its infamous memo on how to handle
<quote on>
4. Aside from political and financial motives, some people have
apparently published accounts simply because they were burning to give
the world their theory, e.g., ... Thomson's booklet [was published] by
his own engineering firm. The impact of these books will probably be
relatively slight, since their writers will appear to readers to be
hysterical or paranoid.
<quote off>
Officer Tippit was in the limo?
Who the heck was shot to death at Tenth and Patton then?
Was JFK impersonating Tippit?
Whew!
Regards,
Peter Fokes,
Toronto
How much would the book or papers of george c thomsons research be worth?
deke
2018-07-02 02:10:49 UTC
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How much would the book or papers of george c thomsons research be worth?
They could be useful if you ever ran out of bathroom tissue.
bigdog
2018-07-02 02:30:48 UTC
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Post by Peter Fokes
George C. Thomson self-published a 50-page book entitled "The quest
for truth; a quizzical look at the Warren Report, or how President
Kennedy really was assassinated" in 1964.
His theory?
5 people killed in Dealey Plaza
22 bullets fired
auto-weapon with silencer was used
JFK was NOT killed!
and last but not least
JFK was impersonated in the limo by Officer Tippit.
The CIA noted Thomson's book in its infamous memo on how to handle
<quote on>
4. Aside from political and financial motives, some people have
apparently published accounts simply because they were burning to give
the world their theory, e.g., ... Thomson's booklet [was published] by
his own engineering firm. The impact of these books will probably be
relatively slight, since their writers will appear to readers to be
hysterical or paranoid.
<quote off>
Officer Tippit was in the limo?
Who the heck was shot to death at Tenth and Patton then?
Was JFK impersonating Tippit?
Whew!
Regards,
Peter Fokes,
Toronto
How much would the book or papers of george c thomsons research be worth?
Probably not worth the paper they were printed on.
Anthony Marsh
2018-07-02 02:32:46 UTC
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Post by Peter Fokes
George C. Thomson self-published a 50-page book entitled "The quest
for truth; a quizzical look at the Warren Report, or how President
Kennedy really was assassinated" in 1964.
His theory?
5 people killed in Dealey Plaza
22 bullets fired
auto-weapon with silencer was used
JFK was NOT killed!
and last but not least
JFK was impersonated in the limo by Officer Tippit.
The CIA noted Thomson's book in its infamous memo on how to handle
<quote on>
4. Aside from political and financial motives, some people have
apparently published accounts simply because they were burning to give
the world their theory, e.g., ... Thomson's booklet [was published] by
his own engineering firm. The impact of these books will probably be
relatively slight, since their writers will appear to readers to be
hysterical or paranoid.
<quote off>
Officer Tippit was in the limo?
Who the heck was shot to death at Tenth and Patton then?
Was JFK impersonating Tippit?
Whew!
Regards,
Peter Fokes,
Toronto
How much would the book or papers of george c thomsons research be worth?
$1.25. Maybe they have it at the Collector's Archives.
I don't know where else you would find it.
It's so silly it would only be valuable at a collector's item.
Ace Kefford
2018-07-03 04:25:09 UTC
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Post by Peter Fokes
George C. Thomson self-published a 50-page book entitled "The quest
for truth; a quizzical look at the Warren Report, or how President
Kennedy really was assassinated" in 1964.
His theory?
5 people killed in Dealey Plaza
22 bullets fired
auto-weapon with silencer was used
JFK was NOT killed!
and last but not least
JFK was impersonated in the limo by Officer Tippit.
The CIA noted Thomson's book in its infamous memo on how to handle
<quote on>
4. Aside from political and financial motives, some people have
apparently published accounts simply because they were burning to give
the world their theory, e.g., ... Thomson's booklet [was published] by
his own engineering firm. The impact of these books will probably be
relatively slight, since their writers will appear to readers to be
hysterical or paranoid.
<quote off>
Officer Tippit was in the limo?
Who the heck was shot to death at Tenth and Patton then?
Was JFK impersonating Tippit?
Whew!
Regards,
Peter Fokes,
Toronto
How much would the book or papers of george c thomsons research be worth?
Probably my favorite theory. As well as the basic 50 or so page magazine
report of his investigation and insights, I believe there was a longer
version that included his whole multiple shot scenario (19 shots is what I
am recalling but it might have been more). His prime assassin was the
Cape Man on the grass in Dealey Plaza!

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