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Sunday, November 24, 2013

U.S. Army Pfc. Eugene Dinkin Intercepted Cable About JFK Assassination

A new twist for me to the assassination conspiracy. Spooky.
Nov-22-2013 17:20
Tim King
He was 1963's incarnation of Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning; Dinkin intercepted cables in France and tried to prevent Kennedy's death.

(SACRAMENTO) - The sweeping view from "Garden of the Gods" above Colorado Springs was breathtaking in September.

Tosh Plumlee
I sat with Robert "Tosh" Plumlee, a former CIA operative, taking in this panoramic scene, listening to his recollection of the day this country lost one of its most important national leaders, President John F. Kennedy.
Tosh was in Dallas that fateful day, 22 November 1963, as part of a CIA team dispatched to prevent the assassination of JFK. The story has always been here, yet few Americans know the dark saga of Private First Class Eugene Dinkin and his prediction of the assassination of President Kennedy.

As the Website for the Mary Ferrell Foundation explains, Dinkin was a cryptographic code operator in the U.S. Army, stationed at Metz, France:
"On November 4, 1963 he went AWOL from his unit, and entered Switzerland using forged travel orders and a false Army identification card. On November 6, he appeared in the Press Room of the United Nations in Geneva and told reporters he was being persecuted. He also told reporters that "they" were plotting against President Kennedy and that "something" would happen in Dallas. After Kennedy was murdered, a friend of Dinkin's named Dennis De Witt told military authorities that Dinkin had predicted Kennedy's assassination for November 28, and later changed the date to November 22."
From Hugh Turley's article titled: JFK Assassination Enablers?, which appeared originally in the May 2013 Hyattsville Life and Times:
On October 16, 1963, when Dinkin was stationed in Metz, France, he wrote a letter to Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy warning that the president would be assassinated on or about November 28 and requesting an interview by the Justice Department. Dinkin sent the letter registered mail, and to prevent it from being intercepted, used the return address of an Army friend, Pfc. Dennis De Witt. He did not receive an answer.
Dinkin later changed the predicted assassination date to November 22 and said it would happen in Texas. He believed the military was involved in the plot and that a Communist would be blamed. The day after the murder, the Washington Evening Star reported that the alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was a “pro-Castro Marxist.”

On October 25, 1963, Dinkin traveled to the United States Embassy in Luxembourg to apprise a Mr. Cunningham, the Charge d’Affaires, of the plot to assassinate President Kennedy. He was turned away.
The information from Dinkin was discredited by the U.S. government and ignored by the Warren Commission. It never had any impact, yet it is uncanny that this young man would have information about such a critical event, right to the date. I knew from previous discussions with Tosh, that in '63, the word was that the assassins were former French OAS who had been fighting in Algeria, recruited by "politicians in Texas." READ MORE à