Little Running Deer on November 21st, 2014

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Little Running Deer on November 21st, 2014


Published on Nov 21, 2014

The JFK assassination, mafia in Dallas, and the conspiracy of politicians in conjunction with the illuminati is discussed with boxer, author, and actor-Jack O’Halloran. Was Lee Harvey Oswald just a patsy for the murder of Kennedy? What role did organized crime really play in the conspiracy? O’Halloran shares his experience as an upstanding relation to the mafia to shed light on the truth about the gangster conspiracies that swirl around JFK, plus he discusses the connection Carlos the Jackal had with the assassination, and how a room full of future presidents happened to be convening in Dallas on the night before Kennedy was killed–all in this uncensored Buzzsaw interview hosted by Sean Stone.

Jack O’Halloran is a famed heavyweight boxer and actor. In the ring, he notched seventeen knockouts over the span of a winning career. He later turned to a career in acting, notably appearing in Superman, Superman II, King Kong, and the 1976 adaptation of Raymond Chandler’s Farewell, My Lovely. He currently lives in Los Angeles, and recently released the novel, FAMILY LEGACY.

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00:01 Welcome to Buzzsaw.
00:50 Introducing Jack O’Halloran.
01:00 O’Halloran’s experience in Dallas during the JFK assassination.
08:00 Early JFK political connections, changing the bank system and the depression.
15:00 JFK’s connections with the mafia and how he got elected.
23:40 Lee Harvey Oswald the wannabe spy turned patsy.
30:40 Carlos the Jackal and the mafia’s deal with Jackie Kennedy.
39:00 The mafia in America and increasing government control.
46:30 “Family Legacy” and exposing the truth.
50:00 Thanks and goodbye.


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