Saturday, August 5, 2017

CIA Excuses Itself From Murder Of JFK

Another batch of documents, another pack of lies:

After the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in November 1963, the CIA appeared eager, even desperate, to embrace the version of events being offered by the FBI, the Secret Service and other parts of the government. The official story: that a delusional misfit and self-proclaimed Marxist named Lee Harvey Oswald killed the president in Dallas with his $21 mail-order rifle and there was no evidence of a conspiracy, foreign or domestic. Certainly, the CIA’s leaders told the Warren Commission, the independent panel that investigated the murder, there was no evidence of a conspiracy that the spy agency could have foiled.

But thousands of pages of long-secret, assassination-related documents released by the National Archives last week show that, within a few years of Kennedy’s murder, some in the CIA began to worry internally that the official story was wrong - an alarm the agency never sounded publicly.

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The cover-up continues. OF COURSE the CIA is going to say that it had nothing to do with JFK's murder.

Of course the official story is wrong - they wrote the damn thing.

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