RICHARD BARTHOLOMEW, author of The Deep State in the Heart of Texas, joins S.T. Patrick to discuss the possibility that he may have found the 1959 Rambler station wagon that was potentially used to take Lee Harvey Oswald from the Texas School Book Depository on November 22, 1963. Bartholomew also discusses the Mac Wallace fingerprints, the work of Jay Harrison, Ruth & Michael Paine, the disagreement with Joan Mellen over the print(s), and what it may mean for Wallace, Oswald, and Lyndon B. Johnson.
Richard Bartholomew is the co-founder of the Center for Deep Political Research. The Deep State in the Heart of Texas can be purchased on Amazon.
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Herb Reiher says
If Robert Garrett compared altered or incorrect versions of Mac Wallace’s fingerprints to the TSBD latent prints, as Richard Bartholomew says, to erroneously arrive at the conclusion that they are not a match, has anyone thought to ask Mr. Garrett to redo his comparison with authentic, unaltered Wallace fingerprints?
Richard Bartholomew says
Hopefully not. I give several reasons in the interview why a Garrett redo is wrongheaded (1:34:00-1:42:00).
Charlie Greene says
Mr. Bartholomew just hits with one eye-popping fact after another! Whew!
S.T. Patrick says
Richard was a great guest. Those episodes are always going to be important to me for a variety of reasons. He’s a good guy and he really does care about the case and what it all means. I’m very proud of those.