Secret Service during FDR, Truman, Ike, JFK, LBJ, Nixon, Ford, Carter and Reagan years!!

Secret Service during FDR, Truman, Ike, JFK, LBJ, Nixon, Ford, Carter and Reagan years!!
Secret Service during FDR, Truman, Ike, JFK, LBJ, Nixon, Ford, Carter and Reagan years!!

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

ABRAHAM BOLDEN'S OFFICIAL WEBSITE

http://echofromdealeyplaza.com/id5.html


8 comments:

  1. To me this man is very brave, and deserves to be pardoned from the tragedy he experienced as a Secret Service agent. I have never seen such a grievous injustice done to such a fine and upstanding man as Mr. Bolden. When he meets his Maker, God will say to him "Welcome home good and faithful servant" and this I believe with all my heart.

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  2. Eloquent and well said :)

    (More) praise from former Secret Service agent Abraham Bolden



    Abraham Bolden, 1/25/14: "Mark Lane and Vince Palamara were the only researchers that believed in me early in the Kennedy investigation. The quality of Vince's research proved all of my contentions."

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    1. What's shameful is that I only heard of him recently. This is following 30 plus books on the subject. It's somewhat my fault in not selecting one that did. It should have appeared in every account of this enigmatic event.

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    2. Abraham Bolden is not correct that Mark Lane and Vince Palamara were the only researchers that believed in him early in the JFK case. My Uncle, Harold Feldman, was one of the pioneer researchers and wrote an article that discussed, in part, Mr. Bolden's case based on trumped up charges. Here is the link to the article: https://ratical.org/ratville/JFK/UMO.html
      My Uncle wrote the first article pointing to evidence that shots were fired from the direction of the Grassy Knoll, entitled "Fifty-One Witnessess: The Grassy Knoll, published in the March 1965 edition of Minority of One.

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  3. My 1st glimpse of Mr. Bolden was quick segment in which he stated that when administered the oath to provide protection for PRESIDENT KENNEDY, HE SAID "and I meant that" His reward? To be falsely accused and imprisoned for 8 years. If the powers that be will not release JFK files for God's sake pardon him for the crimes he DID NOT COMMIT I worked for an innocence project for 5 years I have an idea of the hell and anguish he experienced. I believe David Talbot that we as a nation lost our soul. If this isn't an example of that I don't know what is.

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  4. Just heard your interview on the Hagmann report. Amazing. Thank you for your service and for sharing the truth. God bless you, sir!

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  5. We all know that there are people at the head of our government taint the Constitution of the USA and ignore the human rights that are designed to protect the inalienable rights of that which has be endowed by The Creator. When anyone takes an oath, swear or affirm to uphold the Constitution of the USA and the legality and judicial systems, and to protect it and the office of the POTUS shouldn't waiver in his or her integrity. Mr. Bolden should be pardon. He was only punished trying to uphold and be true to the oath he had taken. The criminal minds who hated him and assisted in framing him should be brought to justice and given the same time or more for obstructing justice. There is a similar case, Hurricane Carter who spent 25 years of his life due to lies and false arrest all for an artificial mentality based on hate. I along with all right minded people will do whatever I can to start a petition to get Mr. Bolden pardon. Let those who understand support what is right and forbid what is evil.
    Malik

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  6. We all know that there are people at the head of our government taint the Constitution of the USA and ignore the human rights that are designed to protect the inalienable rights of that which has be endowed by The Creator. When anyone takes an oath, swear or affirm to uphold the Constitution of the USA and the legality and judicial systems, and to protect it and the office of the POTUS shouldn't waiver in his or her integrity. Mr. Bolden should be pardon. He was only punished trying to uphold and be true to the oath he had taken. The criminal minds who hated him and assisted in framing him should be brought to justice and given the same time or more for obstructing justice. There is a similar case, Hurricane Carter who spent 25 years of his life due to lies and false arrest all for an artificial mentality based on hate. I along with all right minded people will do whatever I can to start a petition to get Mr. Bolden pardon. Let those who understand support what is right and forbid what is evil.
    Malik

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