Steve Jaffe's Crazy Memo on Edgar Eugene Bradley
Updated: Oct 12, 2021
This memo reflects some strange conspiratorial thinking...
Steve Jaffe is the person who wrote a letter to Jim Garrison telling him that Bradley was one of the tramps. He also believed Reverend Raymond Broshears. And that Dallas policeman Gerald Hill was involved in the assassination. He also believed that JFK was shot from the sewer. Jaffe also interviewed David Kroman about Richard Case Nagell.
I don't believe a word of Jim Rose's story. His "pilot associate" told him that "he had flown Edgar Eugene Bradley on government missions." I believe Rose and Jaffe were just feeding back to Garrison exactly what he would like to believe about Bradley.
Jim Rose [his real name was Carl McNabb] was a shadowy character who did some work for Garrison on the west coast. McNabb had a code name while working for Garrison -- Winston Smith.
As you can see from the two Harold Weisberg letters below, Garrison had Rose working on some sort of S&M ring in California.
Here is a letter describing Rose's practice of garbology::
Here is an excerpt of a letter that Weisberg wrote to Ellen Ray:
I will be writing more about Jim Rose. Stay tuned.
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Why Jim Garrison Indicted Edgar Eugene Bradley for Conspiracy to Kill JFK, Part Two...
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Edgar Eugene Bradley - Another Garrison Victim
Jim Garrison Finds Another JFK Assassination Conspirator!
Reverend Raymond Broshears Tells Even More in New Orleans!
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Jim Garrison Discusses The Three Tramps
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