11/21/63 Houston, TX- Secret Service agent Clint Hill laughs with the Kennedys and Connallys

11/21/63 Houston, TX- Secret Service agent Clint Hill laughs with the Kennedys and Connallys
11/21/63 Houston, TX- Secret Service agent Clint Hill laughs with the Kennedys and Connallys as fellow agent Sam Sulliman stands in proper formation on the other side of the limo. Sam joined the other Sam---Kinney---in telling me that JFK NEVER ordered the agents to do anything, let alone ordering the agents off the limo. Agent Stu Stout, who looks an awful lot like Hoover, stand in the middle in the background. I like rare photos; same ole same ole bores me

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Sunday, November 24, 2013

BEST review I have seen for Hill's new book:

BEST review I have seen for Hill's new book:

3.0 out of 5 stars It's ok but enough already, November 23, 2013
 By toddprovost"the one" - See all my reviews
 This review is from: Five Days in November (Hardcover)
 Other than one nothing-special photo by Miss McCubbin of Arlington Cemetery, all the photos (most of which I have seen before) are from other photographers, while the text is basically "Mrs. Kennedy and Me" lite. Yeah, we get it: you're all heart broken...all the way to the bank. Well, my heart weeps for JFK--he's dead. Also, what is up with all the signed assassination photos from you and your colleagues on a certain popular selling site? Not cool.










 

Friday, November 8, 2013

I am credited at the end of the National Geographic television special "JFK: The Final Hours" 11/8/13; Clint Hill fibs

I am credited at the end of the National Geographic television special "JFK: The Final Hours" 11/8/13; Clint Hill fibs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNXJKs9xAMI



(I am credited at the end of this television program, a small sample taped off my own tv in the Fair Use doctrine) Secret Service Agent Clint Hill fibs again- JFK did NOT order the agents off the limo in Dallas or elsewhere! HE HIMSELF rode briefly on the rear of the limo on Main Street in Dallas AND the film clip shown near the beginning of this excerpt- unfortunately slowed down [on purpose?]-depicts agents Bob Lilley and Roy Kellerman on the rear of the limo with the top on and the day was a beautiful, no rain situation. Lilley joined his many colleagues in denying that JFK ever ordered the agents off the limo. Lilley further told me that the motorcade shown reached speeds of 50 mph with the agents on the rear of the car! The other clip, run in real time [not slowed down], shows another motorcade with the top on in beautiful, no-rain conditions