Jeffrey H. Caufield, M.D.

General Walker and the Murder of President Kennedy


Excerpt 1:

“At least eleven people witnessed Lee Harvey Oswald, the presumed assassin of President Kennedy, with W. Guy Banister in New Orleans in the summer of 1963, just months prior to the November 22 assassination of the president. A relationship between the two men was extremely unlikely, since their avowed views on Communism were diametrically opposed. Guy Banister was a career FBI agent, and former head of the FBI’s Chicago office, who dedicated his life to hunting Communists and preserving segregation of the races. Oswald, on the other hand, had spent three years in the Communist Soviet Union and publicly declared himself a Marxist. Several more people also saw Oswald with a number of close associates of Guy Banister. Unfortunately, the seven-member Warren Commission appointed by President Johnson to investigate the assassination—and headed by Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren—had no knowledge of Banister or his association with Oswald. Accordingly, they did not investigate the matter.”

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Excerpt 2:

“Joseph Milteer had precise knowledge of how the assassination was to occur thirteen days in advance. The FBI and the Secret Service knew about it, but nothing was done to protect the president in Dallas. Milteer knew the plot would take place in an office building with a high-powered rifle that could be broken down. He knew a patsy would be picked up within hours to throw authorities off. He was dead-on accurate on all four points. ”

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Excerpt 3:

General Walker’s Warning: Ruby Might Talk

” On October 5, 1966, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals granted Jack Ruby a new trial, citing the fact that Ruby’s statements to the police shortly after the shooting should not have been admissible. The death sentence was reversed, and the venue was changed to Wichita Falls, Texas. When the sheriff of Wichita Falls arrived to transfer Ruby, he noticed that Ruby was ill and refused to move him. Ruby was taken to Parkland Hospital on December 19, 1966, and was diagnosed with pneumonia. Shortly after that, it was determined that Ruby had cancer in both lungs.”

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