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jeaneneosgoodphotography:

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jfkpt109:

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thosekennedys:

I thought this photo was very interesting.. isn’t it?

This photo was taken by Mary Ann Moorman, who is the lady standing next to her friend, Jean Hill in the Zapruder film wearing red dress. Actually after the assassination Hill was taken by the FBI and brought to the country jail where she was questioned about her whereabouts the whole day of the assassination. The FBI asked for the photo that she had taken. The FBI was confused for they didn’t know it was Moorman who took the photo not Hill. Hill and Moorman actually have a very interesting story about the assassination. They both stated that the President and First Lady where looking at a stuffed toy dog that was between them in the limo. For the life of me I cant remember what the name of the stuffed toy was but the President and First Lady where supposedly looking and talking about this stuffed toy dog.  Its very interesting! 

To continue! 
Another photo by Moorman was taken just a few seconds before this one and it shows the president reacting to the throat wound and you could see the entire school book depository behind him. This photo was confiscated by the United Secret Service on the day of the assassination. Many believe the first photo shows someone shooting the president and that is why the photo was confiscated. WOW This is just something I learned. Moorman does not know where the photo is but it was confiscated by the Secret Service. 

jfkpt109:

jfkpt109:

thosekennedys:

I thought this photo was very interesting.. isn’t it?

This photo was taken by Mary Ann Moorman, who is the lady standing next to her friend, Jean Hill in the Zapruder film wearing red dress. Actually after the assassination Hill was taken by the FBI and brought to the country jail where she was questioned about her whereabouts the whole day of the assassination. The FBI asked for the photo that she had taken. The FBI was confused for they didn’t know it was Moorman who took the photo not Hill. Hill and Moorman actually have a very interesting story about the assassination. They both stated that the President and First Lady where looking at a stuffed toy dog that was between them in the limo. For the life of me I cant remember what the name of the stuffed toy was but the President and First Lady where supposedly looking and talking about this stuffed toy dog.  Its very interesting! 

To continue! 

Another photo by Moorman was taken just a few seconds before this one and it shows the president reacting to the throat wound and you could see the entire school book depository behind him. This photo was confiscated by the United Secret Service on the day of the assassination. Many believe the first photo shows someone shooting the president and that is why the photo was confiscated. WOW This is just something I learned. Moorman does not know where the photo is but it was confiscated by the Secret Service. 

(via kennedys-obsession)

lucanecerf-volant:

 

"At the End of the Rainbow" (1946)

lucanecerf-volant:

 

"At the End of the Rainbow" (1946)

lucanecerf-volant:

 

A time lapse poppy in “The Gift of Green” (1946).

lucanecerf-volant:

 

A time lapse poppy in “The Gift of Green” (1946).

The Christmas Lights

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Model: Chelsea Sugar.
Click this link and give her a ‘like’. Boudoir shoot for Inkergirls.
http://inkedgirls.us/picture/new-zealand/chelsea-sugar-boudoir-shoot-3012

© JeaneneOsgoodPhotography

todaysdocument:

What did the President know and when did he know it?  Find out for yourself by listening to the “smoking gun” conversation!

 On June 23, 1972, President Richard Nixon met with Chief of Staff H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman, following the June 17 break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Watergate building.  In this conversation segment, President Nixon and Haldeman discuss the progress of the FBI’s investigation.  They especially focus on the tracing of the source of money found on the burglars.  They propose having the CIA ask the FBI to halt their investigation of the Watergate break-in by claiming that the break-in was a national security operation.

On July 24, 1974, after a yearlong legal battle, the Supreme Court announced its 8-0 ruling that President Nixon must turn over the 64 tapes subpoenaed by the Special Prosecutor.  On August 5, 1974, White House aides distributed to reporters transcripts of the June 23, 1972 audiotape, accompanied by President Nixon’s own two-page statement.  In his comments, President Nixon wrote, “portions of the tapes of these June 23 conversations are at variance with certain of my previous statements.”

Conversation 714-002, Audiotape 744 (NARA Identifier #6852462), Oval Office Recordings, White House Tapes, Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, National Archives and Records Administration.

More Watergate-Related Conversations via the Nixon Presidential Library and Museum.

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Well, this could be true -  but how would you know if you don’t have access to all of the files? Sign and share!!!http://www.change.org/petitions/david-ferriero-please-carry-out-your-duty-as-aotus-and-ensure-the-jfk-act-of-1992-is-fully-implemented

Well, this could be true -  but how would you know if you don’t have access to all of the files?
Sign and share!!!
http://www.change.org/petitions/david-ferriero-please-carry-out-your-duty-as-aotus-and-ensure-the-jfk-act-of-1992-is-fully-implemented

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shoppedtattoos:

#jfk ⚡️ #shoppedtattoos #cheyennerandall