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In Part #4 of an ongoing series on False Flag Operations in America, Richard speaks with author/researcher Clint Lacy about the ulterior motives behind the invasions of Grenada, Panama and Iraq.
The May 24, 1861 edition of the Alexandria Gazette & Virginia Advertiser carried the news of a gang operating in Butler County, Missouri. This is a particularly interesting account for two reasons:
The first is the fact that the Civil War (for the most part) had not yet arrived in Southeast, Missouri.
The second is that the paper states the gang’s leader was from Indiana
Mary Austin fought he way free and was running down the street holding her clothing when a policeman stopped her to enquire what was the matter. After hearing her story the Chief of Police ordered the arrest of Ed Smith (the man who pimped her out the second time)
“Colonel: Can you inform me whether the officers and men who were surrendered by General Robert E. Lee were permitted to pass within the Confederate lines or not? My reason for making this inquiry is that many of those I am called upon to surrender will prefer to go to Texas and Louisiana to remaining in neighborhoods where private animosities will keep the community in tumult, after the military authorities are withdrawn. Some will desire to take their families. Others think that their families will be safe will be absent themselves after being paroled. This is a very important matter to many on the border of Missouri and Arkansas, and you, will therefore , please let me know your understanding of this case.
M. Jeff Thompson
Brigadier General, Commanding North Sub-District of Arkansas.”
Mr. Klinckhardt is the author of “War for Missouri” and a U. S. Air Force veteran serving 1966-1970 as an intelligence analyst, nine months in TX, one year at the end of the Aleutian Islands and the balance of his time at the NSA. Mr. Klinckhardt holds an MBA from Lindenwood College. He took an interest in CW history at an early age.
I took this photo of the Laflin Store in July, 2017. If one looks at it long enough they can see a hint of the once prosperous establishment that still remains. That being said, there’s also no denying that the structure is “on borrowed time”.
From Joshua Heston, Editor of State of the Ozarks online magazine. http://www.stateoftheozarks.net BEEN THINKIN’ ABOUT… TRUE GRIT. Yep, I’ve been mighty busy this month but finally managed watch both versions of True Grit. Don’t tell anyone I hadn’t seen the John Wayne version before now, okay? It seems downright sacrilegious to admit to having notContinue reading “True Grit: A Story of the Ozarks”
In Part Three of an ongoing series, Richard welcomes Clint Lacy,an author to discuss False Flag operations throughout U.S. history, including the assassination of JFK, The Gulf of Tonkin Incident, and the attack on the USS Liberty.
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