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"Hypno" Perry Russo on David Ferrie and Castro
Subject: Hypno Russo on Ferrie and Castro
Date: 10 Jan 2000 00:00:00 GMT
AGENCY : FBI
RECORD NUMBER : 124-10089-10003
RECORDS SERIES : HQ
AGENCY FILE NUMBER : 44-41824-4
ORIGINATOR : FBI
FROM : SAC, NO
TO : DIRECTOR, FBI
TITLE : [No Title]
DATE : 03/14/1969
PAGES : 76
DOCUMENT TYPE : PAPER, TEXTUAL DOCUMENT
SUBJECTS : GARRISON, JIM, INVESTIGATION, SHAW, CLAY
CLASSIFICATION : UNCLASSIFIED
RESTRICTIONS : OPEN IN FULL
CURRENT STATUS : OPEN
DATE OF LAST REVIEW : 12/08/1993
COMMENTS : INCLUDES LHM
[This is a collection of information which Shaw's lawyers provided to the FBI in support of a civil-rights complaint they filed against Jim Garrison. There's no evidence that the FBI took any action in pursuit of this complaint.]
From Perry Russo's Second Hypnotic Session, March 12, 1967
[Q's by Dr. Fatter. A's by Perry Russo]
Q. What is Dave [Ferrie] saying about this important person.
A. Dave doesn't like this President Kennedy. Dave used to come over to my house and tell me. Now, he's telling everbody else the same thing.
Q. What doesn't he like about President Kennedy?
A. The way he treats Castro.
Q. Dave must have had some feelings for Castro when he is saying that?
A. Dave liked Castro.
Q. What is he saying about Castro?
A. He is saying that Castro is the best thing that came into the Western Hemisphere, and he says one day, Castro will be in the United States, and if we can get rid of everybody here, we will be a lot better off.
Q. And what else?
A. Dave says Kennedy is smart. He says he is dead or he will be dead.
[end of excerpt]
So, according to Garrison's star witness, Ferrie wanted to make Castro the leader of the United States? How can anyone take anything Russo says seriously? What difference does it make whether he said something in Baton Rouge or New Orleans when the CONTENT of what he says is completely unbelievable?
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