Archive for March 1st, 2015

The Warrenkovski Commission

Sunday, March 1st, 2015
The US Warren Commission to investigate the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. After over 100,000 FBI interviews, pieces of physical evidence, witness testimony, and ballistic tests, it came to the same conclusion President Johnson and FBI Director Hoover discussed within a few hours of the murder: Oswald acted alone. Right.

The Warren Commission to Investigate the Assassination of John F. Kennedy giving their report to President Johnson. After over 10,000  pieces of physical evidence,  hundreds of FBI interviews and witness statements, plus ballistic tests, it came to the same conclusion President Johnson and FBI Director Hoover discussed within a few hours of the murder: Oswald acted alone. Right.

 

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Boris Nemtsov, an arch political enemy of Russian President Vladimir Putin, was shot to death Friday night just steps from the Kremlin. He was to have led an anti-war and anti-Putin rally in Moscow Sunday. Instead a large memorial march was held in his honor.

Putin immediately promised Nemtsov’s family and his nation that he would lead a massive investigation to find the fall-guy-patsy.  Although he has not made a definitive conclusion, Putin said a preliminary suspect was a member of Pussy Riot, the anti-Putin, all-women rock group.

Watch Pussy Riot getting beaten by Putin’s cossacks:  https://www.youtube.com/

US vs Canada Hockey Game

Sunday, March 1st, 2015

Today is Justin Beiber’s 21st birthday.

As A Person, He Bombed

Sunday, March 1st, 2015

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George P. Metesky, better known as the “Mad Bomber,” terrorized New York City for 16 years in the 1940s and ’50s. He planted 33 bombs of which 22 exploded and injured 15 people.  No victims died but the city was on edge for years because no one knew where he would strike next. George planted bombs in Radio City Music Hall, subways, public restrooms, Grand Central Station, the New York Public Library, and the RCA Building. His favorite venue was movie theaters.

Metesky was angry (to say the least) because he was injured as an employee at Con Ed and said they didn’t treat him fairly.  He swamped newspapers and police stations with taunting letters and, patriotically, stopped bombing for the duration of WW II!


In 1957,  “Public Enemy Number One,” George Metesky, was finally arrested and immediately confessed to 16 years of bombing. It wasn’t difficult to determine that he was  “hopelessly and incurably mentally ill,” and found incompetent to stand trial.

After serving 2/3 of his 25-year sentence in a mental institution, George was released. He quietly lived in his own home until he died 20-years later at the age of 90.

The “Mad Bomber” in Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Metesky

March Comes In

Sunday, March 1st, 2015

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Simon Says “Crawl Like The Kid!”

Sunday, March 1st, 2015

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