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Title: Documents Reveal Two US Soldiers Overheard Plot To Kill JFK—and Were Committed After Reporting It
Source: Blacklisted News/FTP
URL Source: https://www.blacklistednews.com/art ... committed-after-reporting.html
Published: Jul 16, 2018
Author: Jay Syrmopoulos
Post Date: 2018-07-16 10:08:41 by Deckard
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Comments: 5

Washington, D.C. – Despite receiving little attention in the mass media, the November 2017 and April 2018 release of more than 35,000 and 18,000 documents by the Trump Administration, relating to the assassination of former President Kennedy—which had been withheld from the public for more than 50 years—sheds new light on the president’s murder and the two soldiers who attempted to stop it.

While the mainstream media did cursorily cover the two releases, virtually none of the coverage was aimed at the most damning revelations, which included the fact that two U.S. soldiers in separate locations uncovered cryptographic messages indicating that President Kennedy was going to be assassinated, prior to his murder in Dallas.

Ominously, both of these soldiers were subsequently institutionalized after attempting to get the information they had uncovered to authorities.

The first case involves an army code breaker named Eugene V. Dinkin.

U.S. Army Private First Class Eugene Dinkin served in Metz, France, in the 599th Ordinance Group and worked in the cryptography section of his unit. His duties at Metz reportedly included deciphering cable traffic from the European Commands, NATO, etc.

report by Citizens for Truth About the Kennedy Assassination (CTAKA) explained:

On September, 1963, Dinkin noticed material in the Army newspaper, Stars and Stripes, and other print publications, that was negative toward the president and his policies and implied that he was a weak president in dealing with the Russians. The examples that he found became more negative, the suggestion being that if he were removed as president it would be a good thing. By mid-October Dinkin had found enough information—some of it subliminal—that he was convinced that a plot was in the works. One driven by some high-ranking members of the military, some right-wing economic groups, and with support by some national media outlets…

Dinkin’s studies forced him to conclude that the plot would happen around November 28, 1963, and that the assassination would be blamed on “a Communist or a Negro”. He then sent a registered letter to Attorney General Robert Kennedy. When he got no reply, he decided on other options.

Dinkin gathered his evidentiary material in late October 1963, which included psychological sets he had uncovered that he believed were being used to induce a specific state of mind into citizens’ consciousness regarding President Kennedy in the run-up to his assassination and he went to the U.S. Embassy in Luxembourg in an effort to meet with Mr. Cunningham, the Chargé d’Affaires.

Despite Dinkin informing Cunningham by phone that he had important information about a plot to assassinate Kennedy, Cunningham refused to meet with him or look at his evidentiary data.

Upon returning to Metz, his superiors informed him that he was scheduled to undergo a psychological evaluation on November 5, 1963.  Dinkin then decided he had to leave his unit and go to Geneva, Switzerland, in an attempt to get this information to someone that could potentially assist in thwarting the assassination attempt.

Despite unsuccessfully attempting to speak to the editor of the newspaper, Geneva Diplomat, and a Newsweek reporter, who refused to listen to the information, Dinkin was able to speak to the secretary for Time-Life who was located in Zurich.

The documents reveal that on November 6, 1963, Dinkin went to the press room of the United Nations office in Geneva, where he informed reporters about the assassination plot.

Reporter, Alex des Fontaines, a freelancer for Time-Life and Radio Canada, later told authorities that he and a female reporter both recalled Dinkin discussing the evidence he had uncovered regarding an assassination plot. In fact, the information from Dinkin actually prompted Des Fontaines to file the story on November 26, 1963.

Additionally, an FBI Airtel from the Paris Legation to FBI Director Hoover of February 27, 1964, provides evidence that the FBI was aware of Dinkin’s information, as the Airtel notes that on November 8, 1963—over two weeks before Kennedy’s assassination—a message containing references to Dinkin’s activities noted that his statements and actions had apparently received considerable publicity.

The documents reveal that despite a wide range of U.S. government officials being made aware of Dinkin’s information, they all failed to report the assassination plot to the White House or Secret Service.

 

Dinkin was placed in detention upon his return on November 8 and held until November 13—when he was taken to Landstuhl Hospital in Germany for a psychological evaluation, and was subsequently transferred to Walter Reed Naval Hospital, where he was held for four months until he was discharged.

While Dinkin was being detained, a man who claimed to be from the Department of Defense visited him and asked him for the data he had collected regarding the assassination plot. Dinkin reportedly told the man where the papers were located. Upon his release, he realized that all of his data he had collected had been taken.

In an interview with FBI agents, he said he believed that there had been a plot perpetrated by a “military group,” and abetted by newspaper personnel working with the group that plotted to assassinate President Kennedy.

In a completely separate case, two newly released CIA documents reveal that prior to November 1963, Air Force Sergeant David Christensen, who was stationed at Kirknewton, Scotland, intercepted communications that an assassination attempt would be made on President Kennedy.

The documents reveal that Christensen, while stationed at a CIA listening post at an RAF base, reportedly intercepted communications about a plot to assassinate Kennedy—but few other substantive details surrounding exactly what he heard are available.

After hearing something he clearly was not intended to hear, and trying to get it sent to NSA, Christensen, like Dinkin, was reportedly committed to a mental health institution.

The fact that the cases of these two separate U.S. servicemen were withheld for over 50 years after the assassination clearly leads one to believe that this information was withheld for a reason. If these were two cranks, then why would these reports only be surfacing after 50 years?

The testimony of these men was hidden and kept secret for 50 years, as what they heard clearly implied a plot that went well beyond the single-gunman theory of the Warren Commission.

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#1. To: Deckard (#0)

Allegations of PFC Eugene Dinkin.

Private First Class Eugene Dinkin was a cryptographic code operator stationed in Metz, France. On November 4, 1963 he went AWOL from his unit, and entered Switzerland using forged travel orders and a false Army identification card. On November 6, he appeared in the Press Room of the United Nations in Geneva and told reporters he was being persecuted. He also told reporters that "they" were plotting against President Kennedy and that "something" would happen in Dallas. After Kennedy was murdered, a friend of Dinkin's named Dennis De Witt told military authorities that Dinkin had predicted Kennedy's assassination for November 28, and later changed the date to November 22.

Dinkin was arrested on November 13 and placed in a psychiatric hospital, and latered transferred to Walter Reed, where he underwent various psychological tests before eventually being released. His allegation reached the White House on November 29, and went to the Warren Commission in April of 1964.

Retellings of the Dinkin story typically note his status as a crypto operator, and speculate that he may have learned of an assassination plot decrypting military communications, perhaps between military plotters and Marseilles assassins. But the FBI reports on Dinkin, including interviews with him conducted in April 1964, state that the allegations came about from Dinkin's study of military publications such as Stars and Stripes. Dinkin told the FBI that it was his study of "psychological sets" which revealed to him both an anti-Kennedy bias as well as a military plot in the works. How we could divine the latter, and in particular attach dates and places for the upcoming murder, is hard to imagine.

One explanation would be that Dinkin indeed learned about a plot through his crypto assignment, and that something about his confinement at Walter Reed led him to suppress this in favor of the story the FBI reported. An opposing view would of course be that he was a paranoid individual who happened to make a lucky guess.

One method of determining the truth would have been to interview his military associates to see what he told them about where his ideas came from, including those named by Dinkinin his FBI interviews: PFC Dennis De Witt, PFC Larry Pulles, Sgt. Walter Reynolds, and R. Thomas. The FBI, after taking these names, does not appear to have followed up on them. The Warren Commission took no interest in the matter, and indeed omitted any mention of Dinkin from its purportedly encyclopedic 26 volumes of evidence.

Gatlin  posted on  2018-07-16   15:11:46 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: Deckard (#1)

Retellings of the Dinkin story typically note his status as a crypto operator, and speculate that he may have learned of an assassination plot decrypting military communications, perhaps between military plotters and Marseilles assassins. But the FBI reports on Dinkin, including interviews with him conducted in April 1964, state that the allegations came about from Dinkin's study of military publications such as Stars and Stripes. Dinkin told the FBI that it was his study of "psychological sets" which revealed to him both an anti-Kennedy bias as well as a military plot in the works. How we could divine the latter, and in particular attach dates and places for the upcoming murder, is hard to imagine.

He said he discovered the plot by analyzing "psychological sets" of news stories in Stars and Stripes and certain other newspapers. That was still his story when he sued the government in 1975.

Gatlin  posted on  2018-07-16   15:26:03 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: Deckard (#2)

5/19/1964 [104-10438-10154] ALLEGATIONS OF PFC.EUGENE B. DINKIN,U.S. ARMY,RELEATIVE TO ASSASSINATION PLOT AGAINST PRESIDENT KENNEDY

Gatlin  posted on  2018-07-16   15:42:56 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: Deckard, Gatlin (#0)

U.S. Army Private First Class Eugene Dinkin served in Metz, France, in the 599th Ordinance Group and worked in the cryptography section of his unit. His duties at Metz reportedly included deciphering cable traffic from the European Commands, NATO, etc.

https://kennedysandking.com/obituaries/the-death-of-eugene-b-dinkin

The long-lingering question of the whereabouts of JFK assassination conspiracy figure Pfc. Eugene B. Dinkin has a sad answer. The Kennedys and King website has learned that Dinkin died in Los Angeles in 2012 at the age of 73.

Since my initial finding of information about U. S. Army PFC Eugene Dinkin at the National Archives at College Park, Maryland, I have attempted in a number of ways to hopefully meet him and learn more about him. I have found more information about him from a number of sources. Publishing this information about Mr. Dinkin is meant to provide a clearer picture of him prior to his joining the U. S. Army in 1960.

Here is a recap of some basic information about Dinkin’s attempt to foil the plot that was in place to assassinate President Kennedy.

Regular Army Private First Class Dinkin was serving in Metz, France, in the 59th Ordinance Group. He held a secret security clearance for his job in the crypto section of his unit. Prior to enlisting he had attended the University of Illinois at Champaign/Urbana. He and his family had lived in Chicago. His studies at the university included psychology. His duties in Metz would have included deciphering cable traffic from the European Commands, NATO and so forth.

In September, 1963, Dinkin noticed material in the Army newspaper, Stars and Stripes, and other print publications that was negative toward the president and his policies and implied that he was a weak president in dealing with the Russians. The examples that he found became more negative, the suggestion being that if Kennedy were removed as president it would be a good thing.

By mid-October Dinkin had found enough information—some of it subliminal—that he was convinced that a plot was in the works, one that was driven by some high ranking members of the military, some right-wing economic groups, and with the support of some national media outlets.

He did not tell his superior officers about this information—given that he believed that the military was involved. He did tell quite a few Army friends and some others mentioned in my original article. This information probably got back to Army authorities because Dinkin was transferred to the Army Depot in Metz, where his duties did not require a secret clearance.

Dinkin's studies forced him to conclude that the plot would happen around November 28, 1963, and that the assassination would be blamed on “a Communist or a Negro”. He then sent a registered letter to Attorney General Robert Kennedy. When he got no reply, he decided on other options.

[snip]

In the sixties, we still used offline crypto for very sensitive messages. The vast majority of message traffic (say 99.9+%), even back then, was processed by online computerized encryption/decryption equipment. Some messages were received which were offline encrypted prior to online transmission. The encrypted text was considered unclassified and presented as groups of encrypted letters.

I was one of those few who worked with offline crypto back then, manually encrypting or decrypting messages now and then. Note that this has absolutely nothing to do with decrypting messages not intended for you to decrypt and for which you do not have the decryption key. It is unrelated to code breaking cryptanalysis, such as was performed by Alan Turing (played by Benedict Cumberbatch in The Imitation Game) and his group. That is done by the very highest order of mathematicians, not army PFCs.

A message about the possible assassination of the President would likely be classified Top Secret. If offline encrypted, PFC Dinkin and his Secret clearance should not have had access to the keycode necessary to decrypt it. Unless it was a Secret message without caveats beyond his access authorization, PFC Dinkin should not have been able to manually decrypt such a message.

In any case, this would have been a message from a U.S. entity or an ally or alliance group, to Dinkin's 59th Ordinance Group, with a paper and electronic trail running from transmission to reception. Why such an offline message would be sent to the 59th Ordinance Group is beyond me.

If it were not sent with offline encryption, Dinkin's cryptography knowledge would be irrelevant. The message would be prepared for transmission in the clear and automatically encrypted by computer before leaving the transmission location, in other words the transmit teletype was hooked up to the encryption/decryption equipment. It would be automatically decrypted at the addressee location before printing out in the clear on their teletype.

Basically, it reads as a load of crap written by someone straining to find some significance in Dinkin's being a crypto operator with a Secret clearance.

nolu chan  posted on  2018-07-16   17:08:00 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#5. To: nolu chan, Deckard (#4)

Basically, it reads as a load of crap written by someone straining to find some significance in Dinkin's being a crypto operator with a Secret clearance.
I knew about the story where Dinkin had died.

I also read reports where one said he saw and read the encrypted messages, then a report that he only read the Stars and Stripes for his theory, and then yet another report even stated that he “overheard” the messages.

This whole bucket of shit sounds like another conspiracy theory gone wild. There is no factual evidence to back up any part of the story other than he was a troubled soldier who deserted and then spent time under psychiatric examinations for his personal problems.

Gatlin  posted on  2018-07-16   18:03:16 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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