You are lucky to have survived your chronicling of Plumlee. Four paragraphs from John Simkin on Winston Scott illustrate:He also wrote a memoir about his time in the FBI, OSS and the CIA. He completed the manuscript, It Came To Little, and made plans to discuss the contents of the book with CIA director, Richard Helms, in Washington on 30th April, 1971. Scott told John Horton, the chief of the CIA station in Mexico City, that he would not be talked out of publishing the book.
Winston Scott died on 26th April, 1971. No autopsy was performed, and a postmortem suggested he had suffered a heart attack. When Anne Goodpasture heard the news of Scott’s death she went straight to James Angleton to tell him that Scott had classified documents in his home safe (Scott had tapes and photos of Oswald).
Angleton visited Scott's wife in Mexico City on 28th April. Michael Scott, Winston Scott's son, told Dick Russell that James Angleton took away his father's manuscript. Angleton also confiscated three large cartons of files including a tape-recording of the voice of Lee Harvey Oswald. Michael Scott was also told by a CIA source that his father had not died from natural causes.
Michael Scott eventually got his father's manuscript back from the CIA. However, 150 pages were missing. Chapters 13 to 16 were deleted in their entirety. In fact, everything about his life after 1947 had been removed on grounds of national security.
That you find his non-Dallas accounts to be verifiable adds credence to his presence, or in the alternative to his telling a parallel tale. Art has been the voice of truth in times of repression, fiction and satire saying what objective writing dare not.
Sherry Fiester uses forensics to place the trajectory of the fatal head shot in the South Knoll area. If Tosh and Sergio were there, were they screening for a sniper team in the lot, in the buttress/electric box/sewer drain area?
His exposure of corruption in the War on Drugs is a great contribution. Kiki was eliminated for threatening to blow the whistle. John Carman was jailed, having written customscorruption.com, Darlene Fitzgerald wrote U.S. Customs: Badge of Dishonor. Peter Dale Scott in his introduction to Henrik Kruger, The Great Heroin Coup, 1976, said Nixon created DEA in 1972 from a cadre of CIA smugglers with the purpose of eliminating the Corsican competition.
Your own experience is the answer to all the mockingbirds who scoff, "Where is the proof?" and "Someone would've talked"--not when witnesses and researchers are obstructed, intimidated or killed, evidence is suppressed, destroyed, fabricated, and the government refuses to investigate (see also Kevin Ryan, Another Nineteen: Investigating Legitimate 9/11 Suspects).
In Anthony DeFiore's 300-page analysis of a throat shot at Z-225 are a series of photos of a possible hide area. A position outside the crowd drawing no visual notice, the ammunition subsonic, the weapon suppressed, the trajectory favorable--no, ideal--for a head shot and throat shot, with excellent escape through the lot, through the sewer, down the back slope to a car, getting muddy, changing at the safe house.