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FTR #115 Interview with Ray Kohlman and Mike Ruppert

Lis­ten: Side 1 | Side 2

In Octo­ber of 1998, Mr. Emory inter­viewed attor­ney Ray Kohlman in a con­fer­ence call with for­mer LAPD nar­cotics detec­tive Mike Rup­pert on the sub­ject of the Tyree suit. Mr. Kohlman is rep­re­sent­ing for­mer Spe­cial Forces sol­dier Bill Tyree in his law­suit against George Bush, the CIA, Oliv­er North and Bill Clin­ton, among oth­ers. The dis­cus­sion cen­ters on the struc­ture of the law­suit itself, the cur­rent sta­tus of the suit (as of the Fall of 1998) and the pos­si­ble impact of the pub­li­ca­tion of Vol­ume Two of the CIA Inspec­tor Gen­er­al’s report on the agen­cy’s involve­ment in the drug trade. The main ele­ment con­nect­ing the dis­parate aspects of the law­suit is the remark­able career of Albert Vin­cent Carone, who worked var­i­ous­ly for the New York Police Depart­ment, the U.S. Army, the CIA and the Mafia. One item of infor­ma­tion of par­tic­u­lar inter­est (and not includ­ed in the pre­vi­ous broad­casts on the sub­ject) is the alle­ga­tion Carone made (dur­ing a deathbed con­fes­sion) that he had paid mon­ey to Ruth Paine, one of the peo­ple who shep­herd­ed Lee Har­vey Oswald around in the Dal­las area. Carone also alleged that he paid mon­ey to Jack Ruby on 11/21/63 and that he was on a rooftop on a build­ing at Love Field in Dal­las with a rifle in order to kill Pres­i­dent Kennedy on 11/22/63 but was unable to get a clear shot.


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