Jim Garrison Finds Another JFK Assassination Conspirator!
Updated: Oct 9, 2021
Yes, Clay Shaw was not the only person that Garrison went after for conspiring to kill JFK. In December 1967, Garrison was in Los Angeles and he told his staff to file charges against a Mr. Edgar Eugene Bradley. Here is the original charge sheet:
In January, 1968 Garrison filed paperwork in support of extraditing Bradley to New Orleans. Here is his paperwork.
Here is Jim Garrison's affidavit.
Here are the supporting affidavits.
And, yes, THE Roger Craig got into the act by identifying Bradley as the Secret Service man he spoke with outside the Texas School Book Depository.
With all this evidence, what could possibly go wrong? Did Ronald Reagan extradite Bradley to New Orleans? Why did Garrison suspect Bradley? Was he linked to the conspiracy with Clay Shaw? Or was he involved in a separate conspiracy?
And the big question - was Edgar Eugene Bradley one of the three tramps?
Bradley didn't think much of any of this.
For the answers to all of these questions, read Chapter 14, "Edgar Eugene Bradley Was a Tramp," in my book On The Trail of Delusion - Jim Garrison: The Great Accuser.