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YOUR SO STATES BAKSHEESH
KAJ*r$ONBURG BAKSHEESH THE D. C. BAKSHEESH FLORIDA BAKSHEESH
OXXXXXXXX The Original Free Press Monthly Bulletin XXXXXXXXXX
YOU'VE DONE IT AGAIN, MR. PRESIDENT
You've done it again, Mr. President — and what you've done they don't even do in John-
son City. This time it was the Kerner Commission. The first time, of course, it was the Warren
Commission. And both times it went like this:
FIRST. A Soviet-controlled intelligence agency "clears" the members of the Commission. <
SECOND. The Soviet-controlled intelligence agency then asks the members of the Commission'
if it can testify before the Commission.
THIRD. The Commission says yes.
FOURTH. The Soviet-controlled intelligence agency then proceeds to load (i.e., fill to overflow-
ing) the Commission with information.
FIFTH. On the basis of the information that the Soviet-controlled intelligence agency provides,
the Commission concludes that the Soviet Government had nothing to do with the matter.
Now, we ask you, Mr. President:
ONE. What kind of people is a Soviet-controlled intelligence agency going to clear? The answer
is people who are green (i.e., inexperienced) or red (i.e., Party members) or have exploitable weak-
TWO. Are 6,000,000+ words or 1,485 pages needed to tell the truth? "The Soviet Govern-.
ment hired Oswald to shoot at the Presidential car's rear bumper, and Oswald overshot the rear
bumper and hit President Kennedy and Governor Connally by mistake." Is that 6,000,000 +
words? "The Soviet Government activated some of its cadres." Is that 1,485 pages? The pres-
ence of too many trees is prima facie evidence that someone is trying to hide something in the forest.
THREE. What kind of information is a Soviet-controlled intelligence agency going to provide?
FOUR. What is your motive, Mr. President?
Address all inquiries to:
COMMITTEE OF THE BROOML-
c/o Your 50 States Baksheesh
P. O. Box 2243, Potomac Station
Alexandria, Va. 22301 (USA) s) ^q
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Dallas (Tex.). Police Department. [Letter from Unknown Author], letter, December 29, 1969; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338018/m1/3/: accessed February 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Municipal Archives.