SURVIVORS GUILT COMING OCTOBER 2013

SURVIVORS GUILT COMING OCTOBER 2013
"SURVIVOR'S GUILT: The Secret Service & The Failure To Protect President Kennedy" by Vince Palamara COMING OCTOBER 2013! THE PERFECT ANTIDOTE TO GERALD BLAINE'S PROPAGANDA-***CLICK ON THE PIC***

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

JOE CLANCY, THE NEW SECRET SERVICE DIRECTOR: FANTASTIC CHOICE!

JOE CLANCY, THE NEW SECRET SERVICE DIRECTOR: FANTASTIC CHOICE!

My Facebook post sums up my feelings:

"Yes! JOE CLANCY, a great American and one of the best Secret Service agents ever (AND a friend of a friend!), is now SECRET SERVICE DIRECTOR, replacing the inept Julia Pierson (although I am sure she is a nice lady). Joe attended West Point and graduated from Villanova University and is one tough guy you do NOT want to mess with. No exaggeration- I am a huge critic of their performance on 11/22/63, yet guys like Joe Clancy are fantastic; Clint Eastwood and John Wayne plus!"
 
 
 
This selection means the Secret Service MEANS business- Joe is THE model of what an agent should be in every facet. Former agent Dan Emmett is a friend of Joe's and his book tells of Joe Clancy's pedigree and talent. I am very happy the agency chose Joe to send everyone a message- NO MORE OF THIS GARBAGE:

        
November 22, 1963:  NINE agents, including Clint Hill and three others on the Secret Service follow-up vehicle, went drinking and carousing in the early morning hours, having a detrimental effect on President Kennedy's protection. The President was assassinated a short time later in what was and is THE biggest scandal in the Service's history. Hill was not reprimanded but promoted (twice-SAIC of WHD and Assistant Director), awarded a medal, retired early with full government pension, and has gone on to fame and fortune as the author of 4 books with his young girlfriend co-author (as well as a former agent on Kennedy's detail). The protection of Kennedy was horrid- JFK was literally left a sitting duck during that dark day 50 years ago.



November 2009: A Washington couple, Tareq and Michaele Salahi, crash Obama’s first state dinner. The Secret Service later acknowledges that officers never checked whether they were on the guest list. A photo emerges showing that they shook hands with the president. Sullivan, the director, says that he is “deeply concerned and embarrassed” by the breach. The Salahis parlay their fame into an undistinguished career in reality TV.
 
November 2011: A man with a semiautomatic rifle parks in front of the White House and fires at the building, with Sasha Obama inside and Malia Obama on her way home. A Secret Service supervisor, mistaking the shots for car backfire, orders officers to stand down. The service does not figure out that shots hit the building for four days, and only then because a housekeeper noticed broken glass. The president and first lady are infuriated, The Post reports years later.
 
April 2012: Eight Secret Service agents doing advance work for a presidential trip to a summit in Colombia lose their jobs after allegations that some took prostitutes from a strip club back to their hotel rooms. A Justice Department investigation finds that two Drug Enforcement Administration agents arranged one encounter between a prostitute and a Secret Service officer. Obama later says: “When we travel, we have to observe the highest standards.”
 
 
May 2013: A Secret Service supervisor leaves a bullet in a woman’s room at the Hay-Adams hotel, which overlooks the White House, and allegedly tries to force his way into the room to retrieve it. An investigation finds that the supervisor and a colleague sent sexually suggestive emails to a woman subordinate. The supervisor loses his job, and the colleague is reassigned. A Secret Service spokesman says: “Periodically we have isolated incidents of misconduct, just like every organization does.”
 
 
March 2014: Three Secret Service agents responsible for protecting Obama in Amsterdam are placed on leave after a night of drinking, in violation of Secret Service rules. One of the agents is passed out drunk in a hallway, The Post reports. The newspaper reports that the three are part of what is known as the counter assault team, a last line of defense responsible for fighting off assailants if the president or his motorcade comes under attack.
 
 
 
Sept. 16, 2014: In perhaps the most chilling of the Secret Service lapses, a security contractor with a gun and an assault record gets on an elevator with the president during a trip to Atlanta. The Post, citing people familiar with the incident, reports that the contractor used his cellphone to take video of Obama and did not stop when Secret Service agents told him to. The Secret Service only learns that the man has a gun when he is fired on the spot and turns it over. Obama was not told, The Post reports.
       
Sept. 19, 2014: An Iraq war veteran with a knife jumps the White House fence, dashes through the North Portico doors and makes it deep inside the building, into the East Room, before he is tackled, and only then by an off-duty Secret Service agent. The Secret Service first says only that the man was apprehended after getting in the door. A congressman tells The Post that a security alarm was disabled because staff nearby found it too noisy.





Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Mr. Hill, with all his books, has made more money than the entire "conspiracy industry" combined

The JFK assassination has been very good for Mr Hill

Think about it:

Promotion to SAIC  of the White House Detail;

Promotion to Assistant Director;

early retirement

acclaimed 60 Minutes special

THREE best-selling books with a FOURTH one on the way

huge government pension

A TON OF MONEY earned from the above books

many television appearances in the last 20 years

co-author girlfriend young enough to be his daughter or grand daughter

expensive autographs of assassination photos

Emmy-nominated television documentary

talk of a movie

Not too shabby

Mr. Hill, with all his books, has made more money than the entire "conspiracy industry" combined...

Mr. Hill was one of NINE agents who drank alcohol the night before the assassination (grounds for removal from the service, a blatant rule violation), yet was critical of the OTHER NINE agents who drank recently (and no harm was done in their case)...

HYPOCRITE!

The JFK assassination has been very good for Mr Hill

The JFK assassination has been very good for Mr Hill

Think about it:

Promotion to SAIC  of the White House Detail;

Promotion to Assistant Director;

early retirement

acclaimed 60 Minutes special

THREE best-selling books with a FOURTH one on the way

huge government pension

A TON OF MONEY earned from the above books

many television appearances in the last 20 years

co-author girlfriend young enough to be his daughter or grand daughter

expensive autographs of assassination photos

Emmy-nominated television documentary

talk of a movie

Not too shabby

Mr. Hill, with all his books, has made more money than the entire "conspiracy industry" combined...

Mr. Hill was one of NINE agents who drank alcohol the night before the assassination (grounds for removal from the service, a blatant rule violation), yet was critical of the OTHER NINE agents who drank recently (and no harm was done in their case)...

HYPOCRITE!

Friday, May 2, 2014

9 agents ALSO drank 11/21-11/22/63...including Clint Hill

 
9 agents ALSO drank 11/21-11/22/63...including Clint Hill
 
Hypocrite! NINE Secret Service agents, including this man Clint Hill, drank, partied, and stayed out super late the night before JFK got his head blown off while FOUR of the partiers were feet away, yet Hill is upset about the 2012 Cartagen...a Secret Service drinking incident, wherein the president was unharmed (Obama wasn't even there yet!). But buy his multiple books and keep drinking that Kool Aid...
 
 

Monday, April 14, 2014

Very good review of Hill's book


2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed, April 13, 2014


This review is from: Five Days in November (Hardcover)

I used to have a lot of respect for Clint Hill. He was the Secret Service agent who jumped on the back of the limo during the shooting. His "60 Minutes" interview with Mike Wallace in the early 1970's is emotional and heartbreaking as he cries his way through the interview, still willing to give his life for the President's. This new book is his narrative of JFK's fatal trip to Texas. But he omits entirely the episode of the Secret Service agents who went out drinking the night before Dallas. Clint himself admitted in a report he had a scotch and water. Agents were then (and now) prohibited from drinking while on travel status, as they obviously were. Hill describes, again, JFK's head wound, the wound he saw in the limo and the missing part of the head (skull and brain). It's at the back of the head, completely at odds with the official version and indicative (but not proof) of an exit wound. Hill can't seem to reconcile this fact. He still blames "one shooter." Clint is at his worst in the epilogue. His version is three shots: one through JFK's neck, the second through Connally, the third hitting JFK in the head. Again, he says three shots, "one shooter." But you can't have separate shots to JFK and Connally without a separate shooter. And, under his version, a bullet would have to completely disappear (the one through JFK's neck), and there is no missed bullet to hit or ricochet or fragment to hit James Tague in the cheek as he stood at the underpass. Clint also publishes the James Altgens photo, cropped, and writes, "Look at the motorcycle officer positioned immediately to the right of the presidential limousine, on the left-hand side of the photo. He is looking back to the origination of that first shot." No, he's not. That officer is James Chaney. Never called to testify, he was interviewed that day on local radio and saw JFK hit "in the face." He wasn't looking to the source of the shot. He was looking right at JFK. A witness to the assassination, Clint Hill still can't understand that what he saw and his version of the shooting are not compatible with a lone shooter. I still respect Clint Hill. Just not as much. At least the book has a lot of pictures because the text is unreliable.