JFK Bethesda And A Blind Man’s Bluff

By Ralph D. Thomas Note: This material is an excerpt from the investigative report known as JFK: Beyond A Question Of Conspiracy. Some of this material can also be found in: Smoking Guns In The JFK Assassination ( A smaller version of the full investigative report) and Smoke And Mirrors – The JFK Autopsy : An Investigative Report ( A smaller version of the full investigative report). The Investigative Report JFK: Beyond A Question Of Conspiracy is over 1,700 pages long so I have broken this investigative report up into smaller sections that also appear in the two smaller reports. You can review a collection of all of the investigative reports online by clicking here. These investigative reports can be obtained in online digital editions through Amazon.com. The reason they remain online in digital versions only is that they are works in progress and are often updated as new material in the evidence comes forward and/or other changes need to be made based on newer information. Old style printed versions would require too much informaton friction in printed forms and do not provide the instant online linking to source materials as it relates to these investigative reports. You can often find the latest updates on a Facebook Group Page known as JFK Beyond A Question Of Conspiracy by clicking here.
A starling account comes from a new witness by the name of Steve Hottle. Steve Hottle claims his nephew told him his uncle was a chopper pilot who was ordered to Andrews Air Force Base by his commanding officer to pick up a “package” which was JFK’s remains wrapped in white sheets and transported to Walter Reed Hospital. He was then ordered by a two star army General to shut down and wait for further orders. After some time, he then transported the remains to Bethesda Naval Hospital. He was then ordered to return to his quarters. He was summoned out of his quarters by his commanding officer and standing there was General Curtis Lemay in plain cloths who told him this night never happened and that if anyone asked he had spent the night writing letters home. He was further told by General Lemay that if he violated those orders, he would be court marshaled and spend the rest of his life doing hard time if he was lucky. This account matches what a witness saw when the copter landed and what Jerrol Custer, an x-ray technician was told about the body being at Walter Reed.
I had interviewed Steve Hottle extensively on 01.16.2018. Mr. Hottle stated that when he was told this, he was scared and didn’t want to really say too much to anyone about it. Mr. Hottle’s wife recently passed away and he got remarried. This story has bothered him so much, he started searching for the truth. In his quest for the truth, he decided to tell me this story. I explained to him that the best way to protect oneself is to get your story out there. Steve Hottle has become an assassination expert on his own so you’ll likely be hearing more from him in the future.

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Ralph Thomas is author of over 32 books on various aspects of conducting investigations, founder and director of The National Association Of Investigative Specialists,CEO of Thomas Investigative Publications, Inc, The Spy Exchange And Security Center and SpyTek Wholesale Imports. Thomas is a member of the Executive Security Council of Griffith Colson Intelligence Service, a private intelligence agency. Thomas's latest project is NAIStv on the Griffith Media TV Network. He has also developed A Native American Store in Georgetown Texas called Tribal Impressions. You can review his person home page off of: http://www.pimall.com/thomas

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