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Jim Garrison's Memo on the Military Industrial Complex

I published the Norman Gallo section of this memo yesterday. Here is the entire memo (from September 1968).





Where does one even start with such a memo?


To Garrison, everything is connected to intelligence. He finds it suspicious that so many people worked for the aerospace industry.


First, David Reitzes has written a good article showing that many people that Oswald worked with at Reily coffee stayed at Reily coffee.


Secondly, right under Garrison's nose, thousands of good-paying jobs were being created for the space program to go to the moon. Boeing and Chrysler built huge plants in Michoud, Louisiana, just seventeen miles from New Orleans. Why on earth wouldn't people move?


Here is an article from the Times-Picayune of January 23, 1963.



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