TINFOILHAT: Murdered JFK lover Mary Pinchot Meyer is revived in two new books

Pinchot Meyer was killed on October 12, 1964, a few weeks after the release of the Warren Commission report on the JFK assassination. The man accused of her murder was acquitted in 1965; the murder remains unsolved. Her diary was found and allegedly burned.

Source: Murdered JFK lover Mary Pinchot Meyer is revived in two new books

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When it happened, I wondered if there was a connection.

We KNOW now that the Warren Commission was <pick your favorite adjective> wrong, biases, cover up, the final act in the coup by LBJ, an adjunct of the deep state?

I am still hopeful that the truth will still come out.

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INSPIRATIONAL: Inside Japan’s Highly Effective Lost and Found System | Mental Floss

What prompts the Japanese to be so diligent in handing over items? Respect. Children are taught in school that returning belongings to police is part of their civic duty. It’s also law. The Amended Lost Property Act of 2007 mandates that lost items be turned over to authorities if the owner can’t be located. The same law also enforces a reward that’s a percentage of the value of the item if it’s reunited with its owner.

Source: Inside Japan’s Highly Effective Lost and Found System | Mental Floss

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WOW!  This is something that “we” should import to the USA.

“Finders keepers; losers weepers” is the paradigm for the USA.

(Wonder why this was never addressed in Catholic grammar school that I attended?  I remember other moral lessons.)

“Catholic school taught them that it was their obligation, and could even be a mortal sin, if you didn’t use all your talents to the greater glory of God.” — “Chapter Fifty — Samaritans going to Jericho / Monday November 5, 1962 – Church Day + 17 (continues)” CHURCH 10●19●62 Volume 1 Page 296

Perhaps it’s not to late to change that to Finders returners; losers grateful”?

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