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Sat Dec 11 14:42:14 EST 2004


much corroborating evidence
supporting Jim Garrison's allegations about certain people
involved with Oswald in the summer of 1963. One of these
witnesses described elements of a conspiracy in New Orleans which
included David Ferrie and Clay Shaw. He also said that Shaw knew
Ruby. He then passed a polygraph with flying colors. That was
enough for Blakey. He switched investigating teams. Some of the
people Blakey brought in knew nothing about New Orleans: they
were actually pulled off the Martin Luther King side of the HSCA.
The man brought in to actually bury Garrison was Ewing. Two of
the people Ewing consulted with before dismissing Garrison were
Bill Gurvich and Aaron Kohn, two men strongly connected to the
FBI and whose credibility on Garrison is quite suspect.

At the beginning of his project, Hersh declared that Ewing had
"an I.Q. of about 800 and government documents coming out of his
ears." (Anson p. 120) It is questionable whether Hersh was ever
going to do a book about the Kennedy murder. But if he was, Ewing
would give him several advantages: 1) He was anti-Garrison. As
has been shown by Summers, Davis, and David Scheim, being anti-
Garrison is always a plus for media exposure. 2) If they found a
conspiracy, Ewing's history would guarantee it would be mob-
oriented. Another plus for media exposure. 3) As Anson reveals,
Ewing has now broadened his character 





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