Division 4 team names Clintons, Bush 41, 43 in JFK Jr. assassination
by Tom Flocco
“One of my family members was related to JFK Jr.‘s grandmother, and although it was not a blood relationship, I had at least a half dozen lengthy conversations with John during the years before he died. We liked each other and hit it off; so this was why John opened up to me and seemed to trust me regarding his future plans to run against either Hillary Clinton for the Senate or George W. Bush for the Presidency in 2000. John had many conversations with my relative; and he gave her permission to discuss his political aspirations with friends so this was not a closely held secret. But what was interesting was that John told me he was pretty sure he could win either of those races.” ("Delbert," former Interpol operative and CIA Division 4 team member)
Caldwell, New Jersey -- August 31, 2005 -- TomFlocco.com -- “I know I’m risking my life in allowing you to interview me; but I’m aware there is an operational grand jury and indictments regarding the White House, so now is the time. I‘m tired of knowing all the details and perpetrators of the murder of an innocent and good man without seeing justice. John’s death has caused tremendous trauma throughout the Kennedy family,“ said a 40ish ex-operative who consented to discuss the investigation and his part in writing the JFK Jr. plane crash preliminary and final reports authorized by the FBI.
...and it goes on, at hyperlink, above...
I bothered to read this, yesterday. It, when clipped and pasted in a MS Word document, formats out at 16pp. Wow! I knew Tom Flocco was a...hothead?...militant, opinionated investigative journalist, with a web-site...
Motive, opportunity, means. MOM. That's what you need, to nail down all the ends, of "MOM," before a detective can press charges, for murder. Here, Mr. Flocco is addressing two ex-presidents, a sitting President, and a sitting Senator.
Dynamite. Just dynamite.
At the end of the page, he gives clues to his son's fall from a low balcony in Mexico. To his death.
There's a cost to all things. To be philosophical about something like this is above my scope.