Washington observers are still puzzled by George H. W. Bush’s bizarre comments about the John F. Kennedy assassination and Warren Report during his eulogy of President Gerald Ford at the Washington National Cathedral. Bush, who has made it clear that he does not care for the information posted about him and his family on the Internet, has good reason to be worried about the availability of information on the web.
After Lee Harvey Oswald returned, along with his Soviet wife and daughter, to the United States from the Soviet Union, he was “handled” by Belarusian immigrant George DeMohrenschildt, a Dallas businessman who once worked in New York for Humble Oil, Prescott Bush’s company. DeMohrenschildt was active in the right-wing anti-Communist circles and had close links to the CIA. DeMohrenschildt “committed suicide” in 1977 shortly before he was to testify before the House Select Committee on Assassinations. He also wrote a manuscript in which he stated he did not believe that Oswald could have killed Kennedy.
Nevertheless, it is interesting whose name appeared in DeMohrenschildt’s address book, provided to House investigators after his “suicide”:
As for what occurred on Nov. 22, 1963 at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, perhaps George H. W. Bush has forgotten about what is found in the 26 volume House Select Committee on Assassinations Report concerning 14 shots fired that day towards Kennedy’s limousine:
Bullet #1 – Throat shot (Kennedy)
Bullet #2 – Forehead shot (Kennedy)
Bullet #3 – Hit lady on street whose blood and flesh hit Officer Martin as he rode past. (Vol. 20, p. 410 and Vol. 6, p. 160)
Bullet #4 – Hit person on sidewalk (Vo. 20, p. 410 and Vol. 6, p. 160).
Bullet #5 – Hit the inside of the windshield of the driver’s compartment cracking the windshield (Vol..16, pages 945 and 946, 947)
Bullet #6 – Hit the windshield chrome (Vol. 16, pages 945 and 946, 947).
Bullet #7 – Hit the sign (Vol. 16, pp. 19-24).
Bullet #8 – Hit motorcycle officer on the far side of the motorcade (Vo. 18, p. 763 & Vol. 19, p. 535).
Bullet #9 – Known as the “Koolade bullet” (Vol. 6, p. 212).
Bullet #10 – Right shoulder/chest (Connally) (Vol. 6, p. 19).
Bullet #11 – Right wrist (Connally) (Vol. 6, p. 92).
Bullet #12 – Left thigh (Connally) (Vol. 6, p. 90).
Bullet #13 – Hit child at curb on the north side of Elm Street (Vol. 11, p. 218).
Bullet #14 – Hit man named John Tagle (Vol. 19, p. 535).
Poppy Bush remains recalcitrant as a minority believer in the Warren Report. But with Bush’s odd pang of conscience at the Ford funeral and more evidence that the Bush family is, in fact, a crime family, is there any doubt about Bush’s complicity in the murder of the century?