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John Rarick vs. Earl Warren



Subject: John Rarick vs. Earl Warren
Date: 6/9/99 8:22 AM Eastern Daylight Time
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New Orleans Times-Picayune November 24, 1966 S3-P11
To Oppose Tax Hikes -- Rarick
Also Calls for Warren's Resignation
Newly-elected Congressman John R. Rarick said here Wednesday he will oppose any federal income tax increase and called for the resignation of United States Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren as chairman of the Warren Commission.
Rarick said, "There was much evidence left out" of the Warren Commission Report on the assassination of the late President John F. Kennedy. "There were a lot of people who wanted to get invited to speak before the Commission who did not," said Rarick. "What they tried to do was to get a bunch of controlled people to shut up the investigation as quickly as possible."
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In a memorandum of June 1, 1967, Sciambra paraphrases Henry Earl Palmer as saying that then-Judge John Rarick may have been present when the mysterious black Cadillac visited town. See:

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