Stay classy, San Diego. That’s right…Raquel Welch was indeed a weather forecaster for KFMB in San Diego before she moved to Dallas, Texas in the early 60s. She was a cocktail waitress at the Cabana Hotel: the same hotel Jack Ruby visited (multiple times?) the night before J.F.K. was assassinated.
This is the sort of logic which strings together (like a lime-green bikini) the film Fathom. For those unfamiliar with the visual presence of Welch, this is a good place to start. Indeed, I feel sympathy for Serapkin (Clive Revill). He stood no chance up against such an explosive honeypot as Fathom Harvill (Welch).
Ah, but there isn’t much substance here. I mean, this is really a forgettable film on many levels. And so the best question then becomes, “Did Welch ever cross paths with Ruby or J.F.K.?”
Yes, this film is that bad. Watching the portion with Welch in the green bikini on loop might be a solution.
So let’s return to the Babushka Lady. Was it Beverly Oliver? Carcano or Mauser?
“[Oswald] was employed by the CIA and was obviously drawn into a scapegoat situation and made to believe ultimately that he was penetrating the assassination. And then when the time came, they took the scapegoat—the man who thought he was working for the United States government—and killed him real quick. And then the machinery, disinformation machinery, started turning and they started making a villain out of a man who genuinely was probably a hero.”
–New Orleans D.A. Jim Garrison
And we all know this chestnut [or should]:
“On Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1963, an advertisement under “Club Activities” was published in the Dallas Morning News stating that George Bush, president, Zapata Off-Shore Co., would be speaking for the American Association of Oilwell Drilling contractors at 6:30 p.m., the next day at the Sheraton-Dallas Hotel.
The advertisement places George H. W. Bush in Dallas the day before JFK was assassinated; there is no public record indicating when Bush left Dallas on that trip.
Further, an FBI memo written by J. Edgar Hoover on Nov. 29, 1963, advised that the FBI office in Miami warned the Department of State on Nov. 23, 1963, one day after the assassination, that “some misguided anti-Castro group might capitalize on the present situation and undertake an unauthorized raid against Cuba, believing that the assassination of President John F. Kennedy might herald a change in U.S. policy, which is not true.”
In the last paragraph of the memo, Hoover noted that “Mr. George Bush of the Central Intelligence Agency” furnished the background information contained in the report. Spokesmen for George H.W. Bush have said the reference might be to a different George Bush.”
[credit to Jerome Corsi and World Net Daily]
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/09/did-george-h-w-bush-witness-jfk-assassination/#UrCTKJ6hUSGkQzHC.99