Jerry P. Shinley Archive:
The Paradox of Jim Garrison



Subject: The Paradox of Jim Garrison
Date: 6/9/99 10:02 AM Eastern Daylight Time
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New Orleans Times-Picayune September 1, 1964 S3-P2
Gervais, Jonau to Attend Study
       District Attorney Jim Garrison announced Monday that his chief investigating officer, Pershing Gervais, and investigator Charles Jonau will attend a week-long seminar in San Francisco on intelligence techniques.
       The seminar will be held at the University of San Francisco and will include instruction in the use of wiretap devices, miniature radios, infra-red photography and miniature television equipment.
       The seminar will also deal with the use of these intelligence techniques, Garrison said.
New Orleans Times-Picayune October 31, 1964 S1-P24
Hold to Ideals Garrison Urges
D.A. Addresses Tulane Law Students
       "The prevention of the surrender of principles which defend the individual against government will be your greatest responsibility as lawyers."
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Jerry Shinley

          "Maybe the astrologers killed Kennedy"
                - David Ferrie to George Lardner, Jr.
                  Washington Post, February 26, 1967, A3

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