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John Hurst and Justin Walker join us from The British Constitution Group or BCG. John, as a former Metropolitan Police Constable, takes us through the ins and outs of Bristol City Council's annual accounts including the legal aspects of section 151 officers.
Then Justin Walker explains how he became interested in the money system having an uncle who was a director of the Bank of England from the 1950s to the 1970s Sir Harry Pilkington. Harry explained to the young Justin, aged 16, that the bankers controlled the press and the politicians here in Britain so not to believe either. Justin goes on to explain what a propagandised Britain we live in with the rights of juries to reject bad laws and find people not guilty if they disagree with the law. At the heart of it all is the system of money creation and what is effectively a power cult which is heading for a corporate tyranny and Orwellian future. The BCG has events in Winchester 11am on Saturday 19th November at the Guildhall and in Bristol 6pm on Saturday 29th October 2016 at the Watershed.
James Files is the JFK assassin Chicago mob hitman from the Grassy Knoll and here he talks about what happened after he blew the back of US President John F. Kennedy's head off with his Remington Fireball rifle. He was in Dallas with mobsters Johnny Roselli and Charlie Nicoletti but staying at the Lamplighter Motel in nearby Mesquite. The operation to assassinate president Kennedy, who was about to close the CIA down, was overseen by desk officer David Atlee Phillips of 'The Agency'. James Files knows he'll never be prosecuted for the murder because he was effectively hired by Vice-President Lyndon Johnson, the CIA and the FBI. He's had three attempts on his life so has decided to speak out about his role in the 1963 JFK assassination as a kind of 'life insurance' while in prison.