Author and investigator Jim Marrs returned for a discussion surrounding the topics of JFK, UFOs and 9-11. Sharing new details in his investigation of the JFK assassination, he said that the computer model that ABC used in its special of two years ago (which concluded there was a single shooter) was actually programmed with incorrect informationâ€"specifically numbers that had been altered by the Warren Commission. Marrs also reported that a Japanese TV crew got access to missing frames from the Zapruder film which revealed a bullet hitting a freeway sign (the sign disappeared after 1964).
The "monied elite" or the "shadow government" agreed to look the other way in the hit job on Kennedy, as he was doing too much shaking up of the status quo, explained Marrs. Interestingly, he revealed that JFK had connections to UFOs that date back to the Roswell era. Marrs said he'd seen an authenticated memo from the "Interplanetary Phenomenon Unit" from 1947 which wrote that something from out of this world had crashed here, and Kennedy, then a member of Congress, was one of the people to be briefed with the info.
Marrs announced that he is taking part in an upcoming documentary show for the Discovery Channel called Ex-Ops which will investigate various mysteries with a team of experts. The first episode concerns a former hospital for the Roswell Army base where an alien-like ghost has been witnessed. He also touched on his research into questions surrounding 9-11, and suggested that the attacks played out in a similar fashion to Pearl Harbor, in that the subsequent military responses satisfied the agenda of a number of people.
First hour guest, investigative reporter Jon Rappoport shared his contention that the warnings over a possible bird flu pandemic are a "scientific hoax." He said China, which is vaccinating poultry against the virus, has been "bamboozled" by the World Health Organization. Further, he noted that the drug Tamiflu, which America has been touting to treat the illness, was implicated in two teenage suicides in Japan.
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