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September 17, 2017

JFK File: Pash at Parkland

Filed under: JFK Assassination,Modern History — jenniferlake @ 4:33 pm
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*Boris T. Pash, 1945*

**Parkland Hosp .Dallas, 1963

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Firstly, a group photo below with Boris Pash in the approximate timeframe, circa 1962-63 — front and center on the right of the woman in white. The man appears smaller-than-average with a slender build. Found here, his Washington D.C.church: http://www.stnicholasdc.org/files/booklets/dedication_booklet.PDF
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*Comparison of the “Pash at Parkland”film images bear a couple of striking similarities, noteworthy is the button-pulling folds in the jacket. The group photo shows a marked fold from the top jacket button on Pash’s left that leaves a loose section of fabric from his clavicle, down along the lapel to the button. Even in walking motion an identical fold is seen in the Parkland picture showing the handcase.
   Pash had a long face, seen from his military portraits. It does not look long in the group photo because his head is tilted up but it does show the V-shape to his jawbone, confirmed by shadow which touches the knot of his tie –a boldly  striped tie, like the Parkland pic with its bold stripe tie. Comparing Pash’s formal portrait with the Parkland image standing next to LBJ (as posted in Atomic Agent Oswald), one can also see the angle of the shirt collar (shallow!) unobstructed by shadow as are these images below.
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The so-called unidentified man seen with LBJ at Parkland Hospital is visible for a split second in a film clip from CNN’s “The Sixties” episode 3, The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy. In this briefest of images caught as the clip cuts in, it is possible to confirm that this is the same individual (whom I’m naming as Boris T. Pash) by his clothing. The photo absolutely rules out the identity of the man as Forrest V. Sorrels who returned to the Texas School Book Depository at 12:55pm. The ‘exit’ films and photos are said to have been taken around 2pm.
   Trailing behind LBJ and flanked by members of his group, it can also be seen that “Pash” is carrying a metallic case on his right –a case commonly used for things precious, fragile, or dangerous.
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16 Comments »

  1. I doubt that Pash same Height but at 63 years old he’s chunkier, if Pash was anywhere in Dallas maybe as Babushka Lady with camera gun I’m thinking that’s FBI agent Bookout.

    Comment by gerry campeau — September 18, 2017 @ 3:56 pm | Reply

    • okay Gerry. What’s in the case, y’think? The case is missing from the still photo which is not an image captured in this clip.

      Comment by jenniferlake — September 18, 2017 @ 10:46 pm | Reply

  2. Sorry have no idea but i do know that Pash had long relationship with Dallas White Russians and Father Dimitri Plus FBI men including Fain and Quigley, He lied about his retirement and it was his job to monitor LHO and most likely with General Ralph Osborne and Professor HP Robertson(cal/tect) sent LHO to Minsk.

    Comment by gerry campeau — September 20, 2017 @ 2:39 am | Reply

    • Jennifer you may be interested in my conclusions that FDR and JFK both murdered by same Wall St Gang led by Trubee Davison, Robert Lovett, and Rockefeller’s Helpers John McCloy and his Brother In-Law Lewis Douglas, Douglas Grandfather fits in to your work https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Douglas_(businessman)

      Comment by gerry campeau — September 21, 2017 @ 12:36 pm | Reply

      • I think you’re in the ballpark –what about the nuclear industry angle, and “atomic agent” Oswald?

        Comment by jenniferlake — September 24, 2017 @ 3:41 pm

    • Interesting Gerry. You say that it was Pash whose job was to monitor LHO? May I ask how or where did you learn this?

      Comment by jenniferlake — September 24, 2017 @ 3:39 pm | Reply

  3. “COLONEL BORIS T. PASH US Army, Retired (Deceased)
    https://www.ikn.army.mil/apps/MIHOF/biographies/Pash,%20Boris.pdf
    COLONEL BORIS T. PASH. US Army, Retired (Deceased). COL Pash had a remarkable career in”. This link no longer works but was my first Knowledge Pash lied to Church Committee about his Retirement but moved to Army Civilian head of Soviet block Counterintelligence You will find in HP Robertson Papers http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt3s2026qn/ That Pash was working with H P and General Ralph Osborne on Secret Project 1958 to 1960 Radium levels in W Germany code name in my mind for LHO. HP died in 61 General Osbourne went from Commander W Berlin to Ft. Sam Huston https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqSgUtN0Jbs. http://apps.westpointaog.org/Memorials/Article/7899/

    Comment by gerry campeau — September 29, 2017 @ 5:23 am | Reply

    • thanks G. I guess we can agree that Pash went into black ops after his official retirement from the Army in 1957.
      “Radium levels in W Germany code name in my mind for LHO” –very intriguing idea, but ‘radium’ makes it sketchy. LHO was stationed in Japan (I recall)from Sept./Oct. of 1957 for apprx. two years. This reckons to former CIA accounts man James Wilcott and his understanding of payments going to ‘Oswald’ at this time –the account was under a codename, but as Wilcott testified to the Warren Comm. it was common knowledge at Tokyo station that it was an account for Oswald (for all we know, ‘Oswald’ was a codename too, not actually representing the man LHO but a project).
      Post-WWII Pash was a foreign liason in Tokyo for Gen. MacArthur, meaning based at Atsugi. Speculation, since there was no CIA yet, that Pash may have set up a nuclear counterintelligence system for occupied Japan. This was followed up in 1949 with assignment to CIA (Office of Policy Coordination, then still under State Dept. jurisdiction) and a return to W.Germany, again. Again and again, it seems. Pash’s last Army assignment, according to what I’ve read so far, was a year or some on the staff of the Asst. Secretary of Defense for Guided Missiles. Obviously he stuck around Washington D.C. as his home base. As a “civilian” after 1957, his last official job was with the Army’s Foreign Science and Technology Center, “retiring from the civil service in June 1963.” Pash was then a free agent, so to speak.
      June 1963 –beginning of the credible assassination plots against JFK. June of 63 was marked for Los Angeles.
      We also heard Pash was working the Castro assassination schemes for the CIA’s TSS with Sidney Gottleib –more of this theme will be added to the post.
      Thank you! I’ll look into what you posted here —Ft. Sam Houston, Randolph, Brooks, etc. all on the radar.

      Comment by jenniferlake — October 3, 2017 @ 6:28 pm | Reply

  4. You have to look at period when nuclear waste was deposited in old Texas oil wells and Petroleum scientist where involved with Oswald’s, perfect match to keep lid on talk. My interest today is Ollie Curme Billionaire whose Father and Grandfather where involved with Atomic and NASA now controls Main Street Assassinating Research.

    Comment by gerry campeau — September 30, 2017 @ 5:57 am | Reply

  5. Pash assignment in Japan most likely included what research could be carried out there, in fact a rule manual was written By Col Rash most likely misprint of Pash. There is all so Col with Russian name in charge of Militarily Hospitals in Oswalds time there that man was 2nd to Pash at building Orthodox War Memorial Church in DC, In my Mind LHO was Guinea Pig,

    Comment by gerry campeau — October 5, 2017 @ 4:45 am | Reply

  6. ‘radium’ makes it sketchy. You must remember what Radar Lab at MIT in WW2 was called and to have LHO been taught Russian by one of Russia’s top Mathematical Physics talents experimenting with advanced Radar components in 1960 was near impossibility but they did it with help of Russian Red Cross not unknown to Pash and Trubee Davison

    Comment by gerry campeau — October 6, 2017 @ 1:55 pm | Reply

    • G– are you working at convincing yourself that Pash was involved in the JFK assassination? Isn’t that Pash at Parkland –I see the same man’s face; bone structure, feature placement, spatial alignment, etc. with additional proof of his body type.

      Comment by jenniferlake — October 8, 2017 @ 5:07 pm | Reply

  7. Its a no Brainier that Pash was personally involved with White Russians and FBI in Dallas even Dallas CIA Moore would have worked with him in early 40’s but being with LBJ at Parkland makes no sense but now if it was LBJ ex brother in-law who knows maybe caring Gorings loot.

    Comment by g — October 9, 2017 @ 8:01 am | Reply

    • …maybe ‘Goring’s loot’ in the handcase —never crossed my mind, G. But since you mention it, and it does seem to follow LBJ around (in the broadest sense of the word ‘follow’), that too makes another imaginative link to Pash. Nazi loot, for what little I know of it, was a priority target in the forward missions of the WWII allies. So, your thoughts here are amusing and still in the ballpark as far as I’m concerned! Thanks for posting.

      Comment by jenniferlake — October 14, 2017 @ 1:58 pm | Reply

  8. Thanks for highlighting Pash,i find it inexcusable that mainstream JFK researchers will not look at him, some info on his boss in Minsk >>> I had come [to the radio factory] from a high-security facility. And in the product-design department at the radio factory we were designing devices of dual use, including military, and we couldn’t talk about what we were doing in the lab, so we didn’t talk to him and he didn’t talk to us. https://www.rferl.org/…/interview…/25172632.html

    Comment by gerry campeau — October 15, 2017 @ 2:25 pm | Reply

    • I find it inexcusable too. Even when Pash gets a mention, there’s no elaboration of his involvement or career except to point to the Church Committee revelation about PB/7 (prompted by E. Howard Hunt, it would seem).
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      I’ll leave you with a quote to think about from the book Wedge, by Mark Riebling:
      [p85]
      …”the age of atomic secrets had made technological advantage seem more important than battlefield bravery or even industrial might; scientific knowledge was not only power, it was world power; it was destiny. But that meant that solitary acts of courage or treason in the struggle for secret information could now be final and apocalyptic– more important to the course of history, not less. As [Ian] Fleming put it, ‘The atomic age has created the most deadly saboteur in the history of the world –the little man with the heavy suitcase.’

      Comment by jenniferlake — October 19, 2017 @ 5:11 pm | Reply


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