JFK Assassination Connections / Open Lines

Hosted byRichard Syrett

JFK Assassination Connections / Open Lines

About the show

JFK researchers Don Jeffries and William Law joined guest host Richard Syrett (Twitter) to discuss the connections between Dean Andrews, Clay Shaw, Guy Bannister, and Lee Harvey Oswald, and others, as part of their continued search for the truth in JFK's assassination. Jeffries explained the significance of the title of their book, "Pipe the Bimbo in Red," as a reference to a scene in Oliver Stone's 1991 film "JFK" featuring Dean Andrews and Jim Garrison. Law emphasized how the phrase relates to Andrews’ and Garrison's relationship, linking it to the themes in the book.

Jeffries delved into the intricacies of the connections between various individuals involved in the JFK assassination, noting Andrews' involvement, and the significance in bringing attention to the mysterious phone call from "Clay Bertrand," possibly Shaw, which sparked interest in Garrison's investigation. Law highlighted Andrews' use of colorful language and his portrayal in the media, and testimony to the FBI and the Warren Commission, suggesting that he may have been manipulated.

They discussed Andrews' character, his interactions with Garrison, and his testimony regarding the Kennedy assassination. Both delved into the complex connections between various individuals involved in the New Orleans nexus, including Shaw, Bannister, and Oswald. They discussed Shaw's ties to intelligence agencies, Banister's association with Oswald, and the peculiar circumstances surrounding these relationships. Additionally, they examined the role of other figures like Warren DeBrue and David Ferrie, highlighting the interconnectedness of the events and individuals surrounding the Kennedy assassination in New Orleans.

Jeffries elaborated further on Shaw's connections, including ties to powerful interests, such as intelligence agencies and Operation Paperclip. Shaw's involvement suggests deeper complexities behind the JFK assassination, he noted. Jeffries touched on Bannister's background as a former FBI employee with extreme right-wing views. Bannister's proximity to Oswald's activities raises questions about their relationship and possible involvement in the assassination plot, he added.

They emphasized the importance of New Orleans in the JFK assassination narrative, highlighting the presence of various intelligence agencies, suspicious connections, and the role of key figures like Warren DeBrue. Jeffries suggested that Oswald may have been part of a false defection program and had deeper connections than commonly portrayed. They challenged the notion of Oswald as a lone malcontent and instead theorized he was part of a larger, more complex network of relationships that may have been involved in the assassination plot.


The remainder of the program featured Open Lines. Mike in Washington State brought up nutrition, specifically praising Dr. Joel Wallach's work and attributing his weight loss success to Wallach's methods. He emphasized the importance of nutrition for health, sharing a personal anecdote about his family's improved well-being.

Ted, who was trucking through New Mexico, shared a detailed account regarding underground bases and various gases venting from these facilities, including ionized blue smoke. He speculated on the origins of these gases, mentioning weather manipulation and potential involvement of different factions, such as governmental and extraterrestrial entities.

Douglas in Iowa shared a profound spiritual experience in which he felt he underwent time travel while sitting at a table with others. He described a sense of oneness and understanding of different religions, particularly Christianity, Hinduism, and others, coming together. Douglas expressed a belief in a positive future and emphasized the importance of unity and blessings amidst current challenges.

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