Two Anonymous Letters to Jim Garrison
Updated: Oct 9, 2021
In May 1967 Jim Garrison received an "important" anonymous letter and handed it to Bill Boxley to investigate. This was the beginning of Garrison being interested in Fred Crisman; he was already on the lookout for Thomas Beckham.
I find it interesting that the letter writer claimed that Tippit was a homosexual. I have previously posted a cover story from Confidential Magazine about the homosexual ring that killed Kennedy. That article was written by Joel Palmer who worked with Bill Boxley - and it also claimed that Tippit was a homosexual. Clearly Garrison got that from this letter.
In January 1968 a second anonymous letter arrived asking Garrison to talk with Fred Crisman. Here is that letter:
Crisman and Beckham became key suspects for Garrison and both were subpoenaed to testify before the New Orleans Grand Jury. Garrison also wrote several memos about them to the House Select Committee on Assassinations.
But, you won't find any mention of them in his book, On The Trail of The Assassins.
If you want the full story, read Chapter 15, "Finally, A Chapter with Flying Saucers" in my book On The Trail of Delusion - Jim Garrison: The Great Accuser.
Oh, I forgot - I also tell you in my book who I believe wrote these letters.
Just to refresh your memory, here is the cover story for that Confidential Magazine.