The following examples of Reverse Speech, interwoven with known facts, will reveal the perpetrators of the assassination of president John F. Kennedy, and the cover up. The reversals are of four known men: Lyndon B. Johnson – Vice President, J. Edgar Hoover – Director of the FBI, Earle Cabell – Mayor of Dallas TX, Jack Ruby (born Jacob Leon Rubenstein).
During a press conference Jack Ruby stated there were people who had much to gain by the events that occurred. When asked “Are these people in very high positions?” his response “Yes.”.
It would appear that the very high positions would start with Vice President Johnson. It’s been said that Johnson may not have been on the 1964 ticket with Kennedy. This would jeopardize any presidential aspirations Johnson may have had. An interview with Jacqueline Kennedy, 4 months after the assassination, reveals that the President had concerns about the welfare of the nation if Johnson were to become president. With the help of Johnson’s friend, of more than 25 years, J Edgar Hoover orchestrated the assassination and the cover up. Hoover was the most powerful man in the country. As an example of his power, he had a bullet proof car, but not Kennedy. In order to aid in his plan he had to get help from the governor of Dallas, Earle Cabell. Cabell would have been able to have control over the parade route. Cabell’s brother was Charles P. Cabell – CIA Deputy Director. Charles Cabell, and CIA Director Allen Dulles had been fired by Kennedy for the failed CIA secret war in the Bay of Pigs, ending both of their careers. Earle Cabell's willingness to be of help may have been seen as a payback for his brother. The reversals of Earle Cabell would seem to suggest his brother may have been aware of the plan, but not directly involved. Earle Cabell was not concerned about his brother revealing the plans. Earle Cabell was friends with D. Harold Byrd, owner of the Book Depository building, and outspoken Kennedy critic. Who would have been in a position to have Lee Harvey Oswald hired. Oswald was in the same civil patrol as Byrd.
Lee Harvey Oswald was known by Hoover, and a part of Hoover’s plan. Governor John Connally being shot complicated the cover up of there being a single shooter. Seven days after the assassination Hoover describes the single bullet theory to Johnson with the bullet, in near perfect condition, “found” on a stretcher. A reversal from Hoover indicates he would rather deal with the absurdity of the “magic bullet” than a second shooter, which he refers to in a reversal as “the garden shooter”. This reveals there was a second shooter. Re-analysis of the five bullet fragments found in the assassination in 2007 indicated that there was more than one shooter. Connally testified he heard a shot come from his right which was the grassy knoll area (garden). The Zapruder film shows Connally looking to his right at the time he says he heard the shot. The Warren commission, of which the members were put together by Johnson and Hoover, agree with the single bullet theory.
Hoover indicates there is no known connection of Ruby and Oswald. And it would appear that Ruby was not a part of Hoover’s plan, yet he is not concerned about Ruby interfering with the cover up. Reversals indicates that Cabell was very concerned about Oswald testifying to what he knows, and he intended to prevent that from happening. His fears were also revealed in a reversal from Ruby. Cabell’s fear is why Ruby was put into Cabell’s plan to have Oswald killed. Ruby was well known among the police, as they were frequent patrons of his establishment, and according to Hoover, he frequented the police station. Since Ruby was known to be around the police his presence would not raise suspicions. Why would Ruby agree to kill Oswald? Perhaps that is answered from a reversal from Ruby “We go in to be a member”.
Brackets [ ] indicate where the reversal occurs. Click on the reversal to hear the audio.
November 22, 1963 Dallas Mayor Earle Cabell
After having gone through [the events of today], frankly I'm still in a state of shock.
(Oswald was arrested approximately an hour and fifteen minutes after the assassination.)
When you think that when Mrs. Cabell and I welcomed the President, Mrs. Kennedy, [the Vice President] and Mrs. Johnson on their arrival this morning
the completely friendly atmosphere that pervaded the whole ceremony, and then that magnificent [caravan through the streets of Dallas],
(Refer back to previous reversal)
(Refer back to previous reversal)
and where we remark that never on our lives [in the lifetime spent here in Dall]as have we seen so many thousands of people turn out for any event.
Never have we seen such enthusiasm, such warmth. [Never wa have we seen such] spontaneous applause that greeted car after car as they passed.
November 22, 1963 Lyndon B. Johnson
(Speech just after the Presidents body had been removed from the plane.)
[This is a sad time] for all people.
[We have suffered a loss] that cannot be weighed.
(Oedipus the King: An ancient Greek play from 429 BC. In the play Oedipus killed the king (Laius), and no one knew who did it. The act led to events where Oedipus became king.)
[For me, it is a deep] personal tragedy.
November 23, 1963 Lyndon B. Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover
(First telephone call between the two.)
November 25, 1963 Lyndon B. Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover
(Second call between the two.)
Apparently some lawyer in [justice is lobbying with the Post because uh] that's where the suggestion came from for this Presidential commission which we think would be very bad.
And put a drag from the White House, and we can't [be uh checking up on every]
every uh [uh shootin' strafing the country but]
They've gone to the [Post now to get them an editorial, and the Post is calling up] saying they're going to run an editorial if we don't do things.
Too many cooks messing with the law could mess it up. And I think these two are trained organizations. And the Attorney General holds states of inquiry every time a law is violated, And the justice, and the FBI makes these investigations. So I wanted you to know that, and you'll tell your [pressman that that's what happening].
Just picking out a Tom Dewey lawyer, and send him down on new facts, this commission thing Mr. Herbert Hoover [tried that and sometimes if a] commission is not trained it hurts more than it helps.
(Showing he believes there must be control over any investigation.)
November 26, 1963 Dallas Mayor Earle Cabell
(City council meeting.)
It would be quite fitting to erect a visible monument. But today I want to speak to the people of Dallas about a greater memorial we can construct. Not only to President Kennedy's memory, but to exem[plify the fundamen]tal principals of the nation which we love, and which he was serving when he died.
(He doesn't want a statue of Kennedy.)
(He doesn't want a statue of Kennedy.)
For it would not be sufficient to say that we are sorry. It is also required of us that we combine [all of the talents of our city] to renew the vital spirit of our peace.
(Dealey Plaza is a Dallas city park. "Mall" being used here may reference a public area where people walk.)
I call upon labor to demonstrate to our community the benefits and use[fulness of work well done].
(It's interesting to note where the reversal occurs within the forward - "usefullness of work well done". Charles P. Cabell was Earle's brother: Charles became Deputy Director of CIA. He was forced, by President Kennedy, to resign on January 31, 1962 following the failure of the Bay of Pigs invasion, ending his career. Could it be that Oswald was meant to be used to "settle" the score?)
[It is typically American for us to disagree on] nearly every issue.
Our best laid plans are not good enough without the benefit of a wisdom greater than our own. As [we undertake to renew our s]pirit, and develop greater usefulness.
(The Washington Post revealed in 1973 that New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison,
best known for his investigations into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, was preparing as late as March 1971 to accuse
Charles Cabell of conspiracy.)
(The Washington Post revealed in 1973 that New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison, best known for his investigations into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, was preparing as late as March 1971 to accuse Charles Cabell of conspiracy.)
[Let us not be hesitant]. or ashamed to subject our selves at every opportunity.
(Refer back to previous reversal.)
November 27, 1963 Lyndon B. Johnson
(Address to Congress)
Mr. Speaker, Mr. President, members of the House, members of the Senate, my fellow Americans, all I have I would have given gladly [not to be standing here today].
The greatest leader of our time has been struck down by the [foulest deed] of our time.
For thirty two years Capitol Hill has been my home. I have shared many moments of pride with you. Pride in the ability of the Congress of the United States to act, to meet any crisis, [to bestill form our differences] strong programs of national action.
To enact a civil rights law [so that we can move forward] to eliminate from this nation every trace of discrimination and oppression that is based upon race or color.
he intend to use the chaotic events of the Civil Rights movement to distract from the assassination?)
(Did he intend to use the chaotic events of the Civil Rights movement to distract from the assassination?)
I pledge that the expenditures of your government [will be administered with the] utmost thrift and frugality.
(Thinking about the assassination?)
November 29, 1963 Lyndon B. Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover
(Third call between the two.)
(Johnson and Hoover had just discussed how they wanted to take control of the investigation. Including who to put on as investigators to what was to become known as the Warren commission.)
Johnson: We we [salute ya for knowing how to pick good men].
Hoover: Now the Mexican police have again arrested this woman, Duran, who is a member of the Cuban Embassy. And will hold her for two, three more days. And have to confront her with the original informant [who saw the money pass, so he says].
(Gilberto Alvarado claimed that during a visit to the Cuban Embassy he overheard a man he now recognized as Oswald, talking to a red-haired black man. He also claimed that he saw money changing hands.)
Hoover: And we're also going to put the lie detector test on him. [Meantime of course Castro is hollering his head] off.
(A man identifying himself as Lee Harvey Oswald walked into the Cuban Consulate, and requested an in-transit visa to Cuba from employee Silvia Duran. Silvia Duran's description of Oswald did not resemble Oswald's true physical appearance. Duran was never interviewed by the Warren commission)
Johnson: Can you pay any attention to those lie detector tests?
Hoover: I would not pay 100% attention to them. All that they are is a psychological asset in an investigation. I wouldn't want to be a part to sending a man to the chair on a lie detector. Uh they, for instance [we have found many cases where], where we've used them.
Hoover: It's the evaluation of a chart that's made by this machine. And that evaluation is made by a human being. And any human being can be apt to make a wrong interpretation [So, I would not, in myself], go on that alone.
Hoover: On the other hand if this Oswald had lived, and had taken the lie detector test. And had shown definitely that he [had done these various things, together with the evidence that] we very definitely have, it would have just added that much more strength to it.
Hoover: Neither of the police officers on either side made any move to push him away or to grab him. It wasn't un[til after the gun was fired that they then moved].
Hoover: But so far as tying Rubenstein and Oswald together, [we haven't as yet done] so.
Hoover: But then a number of stories come in. We've tied Oswald into the Civil Liberties Union in New York, membership into that. And then of course this Cuban Fair Play Commission proclivity which is pro Castro and dominated by Communism, and financed to some extent [by the Castro government].
(Mug: A thug, a hoodlum. He may be still referencing Jack Ruby, and he appears to have no concern about Ruby derailing the cover up.)
Johnson: How many shots were fired, three?
Johnson: Any of them fired at me?
Johnson: All three at the President?
Hoover: All three at the President, and we have them. Two of the shots fired at the President were splintered. But they had characteristics on them so that our ballistic expert was able to prove that they were fired by this gun. The third shot, which hit the President, [he was hit by the first and the] third, the second shot hit the governor.
(Epitome: something representative as a fine example of the whole group of things to which it belongs. In October 1964, the U.S. Government Printing Office released 26 volumes of testimony, and evidence compiled by the Warren Commission. Volume 18 of the commission's hearings reproduced 158 frames of the Zapruder film in black and white. However, frames 208-211 were missing, a splice was visible in frames 207 and 212, frames 314 and 315 were switched, and frame 284 was a repeat of 283.)
Hoover: The third shot is a completely, is a complete bullet. It wasn't shattered. Now that rolled out of the President's head. Uh tore a large part of the President's head off. And uh, in trying to massage his heart at the uh in on the hospital, on the way to the hospital they uh apparently [uh loosened that and it that fell onto the the stretcher], and we recovered that.
(A lot of stammering in the explanation of what is now known as the "magic bullet". According to the Warren commission the bullet was found on Conally's stretcher. Direct conflict of Hoover's statement here. There were 5 bullet fragments found, plus the intact bullet found on a stretcher. The fragments were originally said to have come from 2 bullets. New studies concluded the fragments may have come from 3, or more bullets. Which means a second assassin was likely.)
[And we have also have tested the fact that you could] fire, those three shots were fired, within three seconds. There've been some stories going around, the papers and so forth, that there must have been more than one man because no one man could fire those shots in the time that they were fired.
Hoover - Johnson (Linked Reversal):
We've disproved that by the actual tests that we've [made. How'd it happen to hit Connally]?
(In the reversal the last word of Hoover is used in completion of Johnson's reversal. As if he would be finishing
his sentence. Which would seem to indicate they are in agreement that Conally being shot was not going to be an issue they would have
(In the reversal the last word of Hoover is used in completion of Johnson's reversal. As if he would be finishing his sentence. Which would seem to indicate they are in agreement that Conally being shot was not going to be an issue they would have to defend.)
Hoover: Then he walked about another two blocks, and went to the theater. And the woman at the theater window, selling the tickets, she was so suspicious the way he was acting. And she said he was carrying a gun, he had a revolver at that time. [Which he had with which he] had killed the police officer.
Hoover: Yes. He was seen on the fifth floor by one of the workman [there before the uh the assassination took place].
Johnson: Did you get a picture of him shootin'?
Hoover: No hold on. There was no picture of him shooting.
Johnson: What is this picture that has sold for twenty five thousand dollars?
Hoover: That was a picture taken of the parade, and showing Mrs. Kennedy climbing out of the back seat. [You see there was no Secret Servi]ce man standing on the back of the car.
(Notice the content of the forward where the reversal occurs.)