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Louisiana State Sovereignty Commission

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Dimanche 10 novembre 2002 à 00h55 #7419 Modification de ce message Citer ce message
Est-ce que quelqu'un aurait de la documentation sur la Louisiana State Sovereignty Commission?

Je viens de visionner un document sur l'ouverture des archives de la "Mississipi State Sovereignty Commission" en 1998, cette agence d'État pouvait être apparentée à la Stasi ou à la Gestapo, fichant tous les citoyens hostiles à la ségrégation et favorables aux libertés civiles au Mississipi... Le MSSC agissait de concert avec le White Citizens'Council et le KKK...

En faisant une recherche, j'ai cru comprendre que les archives de Guy Bannister furent données, vendues ou recupérées en partie par la Louisiana State Sovereignty Commission, et que Guy Bannister a collaboré avec cet organisme, de même que Jim Garrison...

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Dimanche 10 novembre 2002 à 01h11 #7420 Modification de ce message Citer ce message
J'ai trouvé que le Mississipi, l'Alabama et la Louisiane s'étaient dotés d'une State Sovereignty Commission... et que la première a disparaître fut celle de la Louisiane en 68

Louisiana's commission died first, when that Legislature cut off funding in 1968. The Louisiana State Police last held the agency's records, which have since been destroyed. At the time it closed, Louisiana's commission owed several thousand dollars to private detectives

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Dimanche 10 novembre 2002 à 01h29 #7421 Modification de ce message Citer ce message
Citation:AGENCY : HSCA
RECORD NUMBER : 180-10096-10010
AGENCY FILE NUMBER : 007271 [5 OF 6]

ORIGINATOR : NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT ATTORNEY
FROM : BANISTER, GUY
TO : ROBERTSON, WILLARD
DATE : 03/20/64

March 20, 1964

Mr. Willard E. Robertson
225 Baronne Building
New Orleans, Louisiana

Dear Mr. Robertson:

I am enclosing herewith a biographical sketch and several photographs. I am sending several photographs because I do not have one which was taken in recent months. The photographs and sketch are being submitted in accordance with your suggestion.

I have been convinced for a long time that the Governor should have investigative help. Anything having an effect upon State Sovereignty, or in which the State has an interest, should be a matter of concern for the Governor. The Governor needs facts.

I do not suggest the formation of another law enforcement agency.

I would like to propose to Governor McKeithen a contract between Guy Banister Associates, Inc. and the State which would make available to him expert investigative help. This could be done under the State Sovereignty Commission with a part of the unit concerning itself with problems presented by the Governor, personally. I would supervise the work of the investigators.

If politics and efficiency were to marry, I would recommend the abolition of the Joint Legislative Committee on Un-American Activities and the transfer of its functions and records to the State Sovereignty Commission.

The State Sovereignty Commission has made no noticiable contribution to the well being of the people of the State. The Chief Investigator is a former automobile salesman, without prior experience, so far as known.

The Joint Legislative Committee on Un-American Activities has not done anything which it could not have done by reading the newspapers and subpoenaing the witnesses before it for a hearing. The Chief Investigator is a retired army officer with no known experience as an investigator.

It is suggested that the Governor might be interested in the matters mentioned below. I have heard quite a bit about these activities and an investigation is indicated. At this time, I cannot prove anything is wrong since I have not conducted any investigation.


1. We are reported to be losing some $7,000,000.00 per year through frauds perpetrated in connection with the affairs of the State Employment Service.
2. Tax Exemption Program for new industries.

3. Recipients of Welfare Payments.

4. General Crime Conditions
a. Wide spread violations of law can bring about radical changes in government.

Sincerely yours,
Guy Banister

GB/dpr


Quelle est la relation entre Jim Garrison, Guy Banister et Willard Robertson en mars 1964?

La lettre est rédigée par Guy Banister est destinée à Willard Robertson, un concessionnaire Volkswagen de la Nouvelle-Orléans, celui qui deviendra le principal bailleur de fonds de l'enquête de Garrison à la fin des années 60s...

payoulo
Dimanche 10 novembre 2002 à 02h44 #7422 Modification de ce message Citer ce message
Très intéressant, sais-tu en quoi Garrisson a-t-il collaboré avec cet organisme ?

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Dimanche 10 novembre 2002 à 13h39 #7423 Modification de ce message Citer ce message
Jim Garrison et Willard Robertson avaient fait campagne pour le gouverneur ségrégationniste John J McKeithen... contre De Lesseps Morrison, ex-maire de New Orleans et candidat de la déségrégation...

Guy Banister a envoyé sa lettre où il quémande le poste de chef-enquêteur de la State Sovereignty Commission à Robertson... Pourquoi? Robertson, un ami de Garrison, faisait-il partie de la commission? Comment ce document s'est-il retrouvé dans les dossiers de Garrison?

À la mort de Guy Banister en 1964, les dossiers de W. Guy Banister & Associates furent remis en partie à la firme d'avocats G. Wray Gill [avocats de Carlos Marcello], en partie à la Louisiana State Police [dont faisait partie Ross Banister, le frère de Guy] , et le reste à la Louisiana State Sovereignty Commission. La secrétaire Delphine Roberts a aussi emporté quelques dossiers avec elle...

Banister tenait des dossiers [composés en grande partie de coupures de journaux] sur bien des "subversifs" dont un certain Lee Harvey Oswald...

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Dimanche 10 novembre 2002 à 17h43 #7424 Modification de ce message Citer ce message
Avec la lettre de Banister était joint le document suivant: le curriculum vitae de Guy Banister.

Citation:
AGENCY : HSCA
RECORD NUMBER : 180-10096-1011
AGENCY FILE NUMBER : 007271 [5 OF 6]

ORIGINATOR : NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT ATTORNEY
FROM : BANISTER, GUY
TITLE : BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
W. Guy Banister

I was born in a log cabin in Caldwell Parish on March 7, 1901, the son of William Henry Banister and Aline Gregory Bainster, the oldest of 7 children.

I was educated in the Public Schools of Louisiana and attended Louisiana State University and Soule College of New Orleans.

The beginning of my career as an investigator was with the Monroe Police Department. I received an appointment as Patrolman in December 1929. About two weeks later, the Superintendent of Police asked me to take a course in stenography, afterwhich he would assign me to his office as his secretary with the pay of a sergeant. This was done at the end of six months from the date of my first appointment. About six months later, the Superintendent died and I was assigned duties that made me, actually, the Chief of Detectives.

On November 5, 1934, I was sworn in as Special Agent, Division of Investigation, U.S. Department of Justice. The name of this organization was changed a short time later to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

In May, 1938, I was promoted to the position which now bears the title of Assistant Special Agent in Charge and assigned to the Newark, New Jersey office.

In August, 1938, I was promoted to the office of Special Agent in Charge and assigned to the Butte, Montana Office. This occurred less than four years from the date I entered on duty with the FBI. I served in this position until my retirement on December 31, 1954.

I served in the Butte Division until October 1941, when I was transferred to the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Division where I stayed until November, 1943, when I was transferred back to the Butte Division.

In September 1952, I was transferred to the Minneapolis, Minnesota Division, where I remained until the last of December 1953, when I was transferred to the Chicago, Illinois Division. I remained there until the date of my retirement.

I have been informed that up to the time of my retirement, I had served longer in the position of Special Agent in Charge than any other person, a period of nearly seventeen years.

After retirement, I accepted an invitation from Mayor Delesseps S. Morrison to join the New Orleans Police Department with the assignment of cleaing up the Police Organized Graft System. This period was from 1955 to 1957. Many Police Officers were indicted. Some were tried and convicted in different courts, as the cases were prepared for Federal or State action. Others where removed from office and their cases were handled by the City Civil Service Commission.

Cases of malfeasance, etc. were prepared, and submitted to the Orleans Parish Grand Jury, against Mayor Morrison, Superintendent of Police Provosty A. Dayries and District Attorney Leon Dayries Hubert. The cases were "tried" before the Grand Jury and no indictments were returned.

Since February 1958, I have been engaged as a private investigator and criminologist and as President, Guy Banister Associates, Inc. I am organizing at this time a family real estate corporation.

While serving with the FBI as Special Agent in Charge, I supervised the investigative work of several hundred Special Agents and administered the affairs of the Division under my command.

The investigations could be, and were made in cases involving some 140 Federal laws, including anti-trust laws, bankruptcy, bank defalcations, bank robbery, extortion, kidnapping, murder, treason, espionage, sabotage and subversive activities cases.

As a part of my duties, I supervised the training of thousands of local law enforcement officers. I intoduced an innovation in law enforcement training. Major Universities were brought into the work, not as done in Louisiana where the University, apparently, takes the lead in establishing the curriculum, standards to be met, selection of instructors, etc., but the training courses were prepared by me. This was done by being accepted as a member of the teaching staff. The Universities concerned were: The University of Idaho, The Greater University of Montana, the University of South Dakota and the University of Minnesota.

I am a communicant of the Baptist Church and have served as church moderator, deacon, trustee and Sunday School Teacher.

I am a Past Master of Graham Surghnor Lodge #383, F. & A. M., Monroe, Louisiana. I still hold my membership there.

I am a member of the Scottish Rite and of Jerusalem Temple, New Orleans, Louisiana.

I am married to the former Mary Wortham of Oak Grove, La. We have one daughter, Mrs. Donald Duvio, and have three grandsons.

My only living brother is D. Ross Banister, General Counsel, Louisiana State Highway Department. My mother, Mrs. Aline Banister, still resides in the family home in Monroe.

So What
Dimanche 10 novembre 2002 à 19h36 #7425 Modification de ce message Citer ce message
Citation:
Le 2002-11-10 01:29, Teigne warreniste a écrit:

Quelle est la relation entre Jim Garrison, Guy Banister et Willard Robertson en mars 1964?

Au moins une relation commune: Carlos Marcello, le Bid Daddy de la Big Easy...

_________________

Governor John McKeithen…that son of a bitch got $168,000 my money….an then he too scared to talk to me!
(Carlos "Little Big Man" Marcello)

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Lundi 11 novembre 2002 à 00h21 #7426 Modification de ce message Citer ce message
À Payoulo qui demandait comment Garrison avait collaboré avec la State Sovereignty Commission... Garrison fut impliqué dans la série de descentes contre la Southern Conference Educational Fund, un organisme voué à la défense des droits civiques des noirs...

Le nom de Garrison figure comme partie poursuivie sur le document de la poursuite du SCEF contre l'État de la Louisiane...

Citation:
This is a suit by James A. Dombrowski, Executive Director of Plaintiff Southern Conference Educational Fund, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as the SCEF) and the SCEF seeking to have declared unconstitutional LSA-Revised Statutes, Title 14, Sections 358 through 388, referred to as the Subversive Activities and Communist Control [**2] Law, and LSA-Revised Statutes, Title 14, Sections 390 through 390.5, referred to as the Communist Propaganda Control Law.

The alleged purpose of the SCEF is to (1) promote the general welfare, and (2) to improve the economic, social and cultural standards of the Southern people in accordance with the highest American democratic institutions and ideals.

Defendants are James H. Pfister, a Louisiana State Representative and Chairman of the Joint Legislative Committee on Un-American Activities of the Louisiana Legislature, Russel R. Willie, a Major in the Louisiana State Police, Jimmie H. Davis, Governor of the State of Louisiana, Jack P. F. Gremillion, Attorney General of the State of Louisiana, Thomas D. Burbank, Commanding Officer of the Division of Louisiana State Police, and Jim Garrison, District Attorney for the Parish of Orleans, State of Louisiana. All parties defendant are sued individually and in their official capacities.

payoulo
Lundi 11 novembre 2002 à 10h19 #7427 Modification de ce message Citer ce message
Merci pour toutes tes infos, méchant.bobo

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