Thursday, March 16, 2006

I have added a new blog in my JFK Assassination links, Some Secrets for You, which concerns the subject of Oswald in Montreal

Researcher James Richards today posted a clearer copy of one of the photos from this blog on along with these comments:

The guy on the far right is Russell McLarry who was arrested in Dallas just after the assassination for making threats against the President.

I have no proof of this but the guy peaking over the sign, fifth from the left was supposedly the Oswald handing out leaflets in Montreal, an impersonator.

The guy in the middle with the sunglasses looks strikingly similar to the guy with Oswald in New Orleans during the leaflet episode there.

Again, no proof but I submit this Canadian aspect was set-up by Robert Emmett Johnson and Arturo Espaillat - two handlers/cut-outs who I believe dispatched an assassination team to Dallas with funds supplied by Texas millionaire Shearn Moody Jr.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Russell McLarry is my uncle and he is NOT in this picture.

10:55 AM  
Blogger gary said...

Anonymous, what can you tell us about your uncle?

11:49 AM  
Anonymous Teresa Ravella said...

My Uncle Russell was a very outspoken man with a great sense of humor. He was also a wonderful machinist as well. And he made the best barbecue in Texas! He always said, "If you've got a good rub, no sauce needed." I miss him very much...he passed away in Nov. 2002. As far as him being in Canada with Oswald, you've got be kidding. I don't think he ever ventured out of the U.S. (but I'll check with my Mom on that).

12:20 PM  
Anonymous quickdraw said...

I agree that the picture does not show Russell McLarry. I got to know Rusty (as he was called) in the late 60's/early 70's. We lived in the same neighborhood in Arlington, TX, participated in Y Indian Guides with our son(s), and worked in his machine shop when I was laid off from my engineering job. That guy could tell you jokes all day long and never repeat one. Very funny. It is true he was arrested shortly after the JFK assassination. The morning of the 22nd, he had made a dispariaging comment as young people are prone to do without thinking in the cafeteria of the University of Texas at Arlington. He was with a group of fellow students having their morning coffee and one of them passed the comment on to the FBI/Secret Service.

The incident almost ruined Rusty's life. It took years for him to recover from it, both financially and mentally.

I moved out of the area in the late 70's. Sorry to hear of his passing. We had some great times together. Some really serious and tough chess games.

He was a devout athiest (if there is such a thing), and we had a lot of debates about God and creation, et. al. Never did succeed in converting him.

9:56 AM  
Anonymous quickdraw said...

Correction. The school was called Arlington State College at that time, and Rusty's "threat" was on the day before at the student union. Getting old now and memory starting to fade. LOL

All the blogers and researchers have got it totally wrong if they think Rusty had anything at all to do with JFK's demise. Just a brash young man who should have kept his mouth shut and not tried to show off around the young ladies.

1:42 PM  

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