Kerry Thornley

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http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKthornleyJ.JPG

Didn't we have a Thornlet page somewhere? hmmmmm

anyways..will construct it later check out Wikipedia:Kerry_Thornley for now

So, was browsing alt.fan.rawilson and found refference to this: Decadent Worker was a publication of Kerry Wendell Thornley (d. 1998) back in the late 1980s. We were commissioned to ressurrect this historical collection of one-page documents, issued every few days, which he referred to as "Wall Newspapers." It may appear as if we have done a hack scanning job, but in reality, many of these issues were photocopied at a slant. The party who commissioned the republication of these documents requested that we do so in their original form rather than retyping their content, however, making them content-searchable has been left open as a future option. Here are the Decadent Worker publications

Another publication:
Kultcha!

Did you know they accused him to be connected to the JFK assassination?

Gotta find "The Prankster and the Conspiracy: The Story of Kerry Thornley and How He Met Oswald and Inspired the Counterculture, by Adam Gorightly"

Is Jim Garrison Out of His Mind? by Kerry Thornley

Historica Discordia: Meet Kerry Thornley, the second Oswald

Kerry Thornley Biography

"Kerry Wendell Thornley met Lee Harvey Oswald while in the United States Marines in 1959. Later that year Thornley was transferred to Atsugi in Japan."

"Jim Garrison later claimed that Thornley and Lee Harvey Oswald were involved together in covert CIA operations. He also argued that Thornley had impersonated Oswald between the years 1961 and 1963. In his book On the Trail of the Assassins (1988) Garrison insists that Thornley was friends with another possible conspirator, Johnny Roselli.

In 1992 Thornley appeared on a television programme, A Current Affair. He confessed that he had been part of a conspiracy to assassinate [[JFK|John F. Kennedy}}. However, he did not give the names of his fellow conspirators. "