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New evidence that the CIA killed Kennedy?


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2022 Dec 16, 10:49am   12,567 views  116 comments

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I've seen hints several places that recently released files, though still heavily redacted for some reason, show that the CIA did in fact have a hand in killing Kennedy.

Anyone have details?



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74   RayAmerica   2023 May 13, 12:49pm  

AmericanKulak says

JFK's mistress murdered just before Warren Report.

Another one of the many suspicious incidents around that time.


JFK considered Mary Meyer to be, unlike his wife Jackie, his intellectual equal. JFK would often confide in her regarding insider information, much of which she recorded in her diary. Her brother-in-law, the journalist *Bill Bradlee, was well known in Washington circles to be an operative of the CIA. On the day of her murder, Bradlee & Meyer's sister specifically went to her "over the garage" apartment in an effort to retrieve her diary. When they arrived they both witnessed James J. Angelton exiting the apartment. At that time, Angleton was the Chief of Counterintelligence for the CIA. Bradlee later claimed that Angelton did not find the diary, but, that they did. After noticing 'nothing sensitive' in its contents, Bradlee and his wife decided to burn it, which they claimed they did. Whatever the case, the CIA was obviously very interested in obtaining the diary.

Another interesting twist; Mary Pinchot Meyer was married to none other than Cord Meyer, who just so happens to have been the CIA's 'go to guy' for black ops. For example; Cord Meyer was the mastermind and principal operative of the CIA's 'Operation Mockingbird,' which was a clandestine effort to recruit members of the media in order to spread CIA propaganda. It's been established that as many as 400 journalists worked for the CIA in that capacity.

As far as Mary Pinchot Meyer's murder, a black man (who was completely innocent) was arrested and tried for the murder. He was defended by a brilliant attorney by the name of Dovey Johnson Roundtree, who was one of the very few black women in America that was a licensed attorney. She proved, beyond any shadow of doubt, that her client was not linked forensically to the crime, nor was there ever any evidence to suggest that her client ever owned a gun (the murder weapon was never found). Her client was set up as a patsy in order to make the crime appear to be just another ordinary murder. However, Mary Meyer was obviously murdered by a professional. She was shot once in the back and once in the temple, execution style. The case to this day is officially listed as 'unsolved.'

*As Editor in Chief at the Washington Post (another CIA operation), Bradlee also played a pivotal role in bringing down Richard Nixon, by continually running 'stories' with insider information provided by the WaPo's 'secret source,' Deep Throat. (At that time, only the Washington Post was running daily stories on Watergate) Deep Throat turned out to be none other than Mark Felt, the Second in Command at the FBI. Watergate was a Coup de tat orchestrated by members of the intelligence community as a means to remove Nixon, whom the Deep State always considered to be an unpredictable outsider. Nixon was replaced as POTUS by Warren Commission member, and co-inventor of the Magic Bullet Theory, Gerald Ford.
75   RayAmerica   2023 May 13, 1:16pm  

Former Congressman Ron Paul recently stated that America had a "coup de tat on November 22, 1963." I completely agree. That's what makes the JFK Assassination relevant, and, it provides ample evidence to see for yourself how the Deep State really operates.

Other case studies?

America's entry into World War I, justified by Woodrow Wilson as a "necessary war in order to make the world safe for Democracy." Just one problem; in all of Europe at that time, there wasn't one single democratic state.

The attack on Pearl Harbor (ALL Japanese codes, both diplomatic and military, were broken prior to the attack. FDR knew well in advance that the attack was coming, but refused to give that information to the Naval and Army command at Pearl). Pearl Harbor was used as a 'back door entry into the European War, which American citizens were overwhelmingly against, and what FDR promised that he would "never send your boys to fight in any European War."

The completely unnecessary use of Atomic weapons upon Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Truman was a notorious liar. He claimed his use of those weapons 'saved the lives of over a million GIs.' Japan was attempting to negotiate peace for an entire year prior to their usage.

How FDR and Truman both conspired to sign away the vast majority of Europe into the hands of the brutal, worse than Hitler Dictator, Joseph Stalin. In short, Americans shed their blood so that Communism would rule the majority of Europe until the collapse of the USSR.

The utterly false flag operation known as the 'Gulf of Tonkin Incident' which led to the 'Gulf of Tonkin Resolution,' giving the warmonger LBJ full war powers in which to wage war on North Viet Nam. 58,000+ Americans died, while wounding countless more in that pointless war, which also killed hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese civilians. The Military Industrial Complex were the winners, as were the crooked politicians such as LBJ that received enormous kick backs.

The first Gulf War under George H. W. Bush, justified by the totally false "babies being thrown out of their incubators." In spite of Bush repeating this lie over and over again, it never happened.

What REALLY happened on 9/11 along with the subsequent boat load of lies that were used to justify the illegal wars in Iraq & Afghanistan.

The PLANDEMIC and its equally planned EXPERIMENTAL genocidal 'vaccines,' that has killed millions and continues to kill countless people.
76   HeadSet   2023 May 13, 1:39pm  

RayAmerica says

Pearl Harbor was used as a 'back door entry into the European War

Not so. Germany declared war on the US after the US declared war on Japan.

RayAmerica says

The completely unnecessary use of Atomic weapons upon Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Truman was a notorious liar. He claimed his use of those weapons 'saved the lives of over a million GIs.' Japan was attempting to negotiate peace for an entire year prior to their usage.

That whole paragraph is false. Japan refused to surrender even after the first atomic bomb. After the second atomic bomb when the Emperor intervened and ordered Japan to surrender, the Emperor had to fight off a coupe of military brass that did not want to surrender.
77   PeopleUnited   2023 May 13, 1:40pm  

We have been lied to about almost every war, and crisis for over 100 years. Pretty much every thing has happened exactly as the new world order wanted it to. And if they can’t buy what they want, they use force.

It’s actually amazing we are still alive and free to talk about their lies. When their plans are finally fully implemented billions will die and the survivors won’t have that liberty, those who exercise their right to free speech will be executed and labeled as enemies for telling the truth.
“Truth is treason in the empire if lies.” -Ron Paul
78   mell   2023 May 13, 1:43pm  

HeadSet says

RayAmerica says


Pearl Harbor was used as a 'back door entry into the European War

Not so. Germany declared war on the US after the US declared war on Japan.

RayAmerica says


The completely unnecessary use of Atomic weapons upon Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Truman was a notorious liar. He claimed his use of those weapons 'saved the lives of over a million GIs.' Japan was attempting to negotiate peace for an entire year prior to their usage.

That whole paragraph is false. Japan refused to surrender even after the first atomic bomb. After the second atomic bomb when the Emperor intervened and ordered Japan to surrender, the Emperor had to fight off a coupe of military brass that did not want to surrender.

Doesn't make it any more right, it just shows the brutal nature of war. Hiroshima and Nagasaki were war crimes although admittedly they sped up surrender and the end of ww2. That's how fucked up war is
79   HeadSet   2023 May 13, 1:54pm  

@patrick
I know you did a fix concerning only 2 pages of threads showing. However, an old feature seems to have been deleted. It used to be when I clicked on a thread it would take me to the comment after the last one I read. Now clicking on a thread takes me to the top of the list and I need to scroll down to find my last read comment.
80   Ceffer   2023 May 13, 2:03pm  

Nations are always negotiating, albeit in private, even during a war with each other. I think the Japanese issue and the atom bomb was that US demanded unconditional surrender, not negotiated surrender. Plus, they wanted to try out their little atomic bomb friend to shock and awe the world,

I was reading an anecdote that Hitler had SS positioned to kill all of the various groups of German scientists (they wound up doing this anyway with the many scientists who worked on their 'Bell' project). In exchange for not killing the scientists so West could ratline them, America agreed that Hitler would be allowed to escape. Don't ask me if this is validated, I don't know. but it does seem Hitler was exfiltrated successfully.
81   Patrick   2023 May 13, 3:21pm  

HeadSet says


I know you did a fix concerning only 2 pages of threads showing. However, an old feature seems to have been deleted. It used to be when I clicked on a thread it would take me to the comment after the last one I read. Now clicking on a thread takes me to the top of the list and I need to scroll down to find my last read comment.


@Headset You can still get the old behavior by clicking the "unread comments" blinky icon:



Or you can click the part where it says "latest 28 minutes ago" or similar.

I had to change the result of clicking directly on the thread title because using that to do the work of the blinky icon was causing other problems.
82   HeadSet   2023 May 13, 7:07pm  

Thanks, Patrick
83   RayAmerica   2023 May 13, 9:04pm  

The war efforts of the USA after the Pearl Harbor attack were concentrated on EUROPE, while the Pacific was severely neglected. Also, it is not surprising that Germany declared war on the USA after Pearl Harbor, due to the Tripartite Pact between Japan, Italy and Germany. The Pact mandated that the other members automatically would be at war with any country that entered into a war with any member of the Pact. FDR certainly knew this and provoked the island nation of Japan to attack the USA because of the crippling embargo that FDR put on Japan.

Further proof for the 'back door' theory is that the USA concentrated its war efforts not in the Pacific after Pearl Harbor, but in Europe! For example; the Philippines were abandoned without hardly a fight, resulting in 25,000 American GIs losing their lives due to the Bataan Death March.

As far as using the A-Bombs on Japan in order to "end the war," the war party of Japan had been defeated politically, and for an entire year, Japan sought to end the war that their leaders knew was lost. The USA responded by demanding "unconditional surrender," which the Japanese could not agree to. Unconditional Surrender meant that Japan would not be able to negotiate at all, leaving their future entirely in the hands of the victors.

The point is this; the war with Japan COULD have ended earlier that it did, but the Americans refused to negotiate. Instead, the A-Bombs were dropped on civilians, and, on an already defeated enemy.

At the time of the nuclear attacks, Japan was in full retreat in the Pacific, and, they had been completely defeated in the Philippines. Their Navy was virtually destroyed, including its aircraft carrier fleet. Its air force was non-existent. Japan's industry was destroyed. Its access to oil was cut off. America was able to conduct bombing raids on Japan without any fear of air combat. Why nuclear weapons were used is a mystery. What we do know is that they were completely unnecessary.
84   mell   2023 May 13, 9:52pm  

RayAmerica says


. Why nuclear weapons were used is a mystery. What we do know is that they were completely unnecessary

Same reason as the clot shots. Never let a crisis go to waste, instead try out some new fangled deadly shit on people who can't object
85   seesaw   2023 May 14, 9:45am  

I wonder who actually made those two nukes... Raytheon? I cant find the company ...
Sometimes rabbit holes are fun to look into
86   HeadSet   2023 May 14, 5:12pm  

seesaw says

I wonder who actually made those two nukes.

Manhattan Project by the US Government directly, involving military engineers. It was not contracted out.
87   Misc   2023 May 18, 10:44pm  

All I know is that my Granddad was scheduled to parachute onto Japan until we nuked 'em. They were estimating 90% casualties

After what the Japanese did to our POWs, a little nuking and firebombing of cities seemed quite ok.
89   Patrick   2023 Jun 16, 12:55pm  

https://www.zerohedge.com/political/watch-rfk-jr-says-he-must-be-careful-cia-doesnt-assassinate-him


RFK Jr. Says He Must "Be Careful" The CIA Doesn't Assassinate Him

During a discussion with Joe Rogan, Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy junior admitted that he is putting his life in danger by speaking out about the assassinations of his uncle and his father, and that he “takes precautions” to ensure the CIA doesn’t kill him.

Rogan asked RFK Jr. what he thought would happen if he managed to get into office, to which Kennedy replied “I gotta be careful.”

“I’m aware of that, you know, I’m aware of that danger. I don’t live in fear of it — at all. But I’m not stupid about it, and I take precautions,” he added.

Kennedy spoke about his Uncle JFK being “at war” with the military industrial complex, and asserted that the intelligence agencies were “trying to trick him” into launching military excursions into Cuba and Vietnam.

RFK Jr. again spoke about JFK eventually concluding that he must “shatter” the CIA “into a thousands pieces” and “scatter it to the winds.”

“[JFK] learned very early on that the purpose of the CIA and the intelligence apparatus was to create a constant pipeline of new wars for them, for the military industrial complex,” Kennedy noted, adding that JFK was adamant that “it’s not the United States’ jobs to dictate what kind of governments other countries have.”

RFK Jr. continued, “in October of 1963 he heard that some of his Green Berets had been killed… and he said I want a total casualty list from Vietnam. His aide came to him and said 75 Americans have died, he said that’s too many and he signed that day a national security directive ordering all troops out of Vietnam… the first thousand over the next month and then the rest by the beginning of 1965, and um and then a month later he was killed.”
90   Patrick   2023 Jul 7, 4:07pm  

https://notthebee.com/article/former-twitter-head-jack-dorsey-says-that-the-cia-100-without-a-doubt-murdered-jfk


Jack Dorsey: "100%, without a doubt" that the CIA killed JFK

Jack Dorsey recently endorsed Robert F Kennedy Jr. for president and indicated the primary reason was to scatter the CIA and FBI to the wind. ...

I'm not saying this is true, but top public figures like Jack Dorsey, Ron Paul, and RFKJ all unhesitatingly believe that the U.S. government murdered one of the most popular presidents in American history because he was opposed to the CIA's machinations and the escalation of the Vietnam war. That's something right there.


91   richwicks   2023 Jul 10, 1:58pm  

Ceffer says

Nations are always negotiating, albeit in private, even during a war with each other. I think the Japanese issue and the atom bomb was that US demanded unconditional surrender, not negotiated surrender. Plus, they wanted to try out their little atomic bomb friend to shock and awe the world,


One of Hirohito's son came to the US to beg for surrender, the only condition was the the emperor Hirohito wouldn't be killed. The US wanted to test the nuclear bomb on a population, so the US refused, and dropped the two bombs to study the effects.

Then the US accepted surrender, and didn't execute Hirohito.

We didn't have to drop the bomb, but since so much work was put into creating it, it WAS going to be tested.
92   richwicks   2023 Jul 10, 2:01pm  

Patrick says


I'm not saying this is true, but top public figures like Jack Dorsey, Ron Paul, and RFKJ all unhesitatingly believe that the U.S. government murdered one of the most popular presidents in American history because he was opposed to the CIA's machinations and the escalation of the Vietnam war.


I don't think JFK was one of the most popular presidents in history, he wasn't really elected, Nixon was.

Ever see how well Nixon did in his 1970 presidential run?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1972_United_States_presidential_election



Nixon DEMOLISHED George McGovern. He probably WAS the most popular presidential candidate in my lifetime. He won over 60% of the vote. This idea that Nixon was hated is myth.
93   Ceffer   2023 Jul 10, 2:07pm  

I think Trump should offer RFK Jr. military protection. The Secret Service is a potentially traitorous and only semi-competent Praetorian Guard. They were part and parcel of the Kennedy assassination, redirecting the motorcade to make sure Kennedy was in the line of fire.
Even the Biden Actor doesn't trust them, which may be why he was accompanied by a Chinese security guard for so long who was clearly wearing a CCP pin and probably had his own protection cadre with Biden bribed asset.
94   NuttBoxer   2023 Jul 10, 2:18pm  

Patrick says

I'm not saying this is true, but top public figures like Jack Dorsey, Ron Paul, and RFKJ all unhesitatingly believe that the U.S. government murdered one of the most popular presidents in American history because he was opposed to the CIA's machinations and the escalation of the Vietnam war. That's something right there.


From what I've read it was more about Kennedy hanging the army/CIA out to dry, making them look bad that caused his assassination. There are a group of people that meet to discuss JFK assassination yearly. A lot of good info, and they debunk a lot of popular theory's that have sprung up over the years.
95   richwicks   2023 Jul 10, 5:51pm  

NuttBoxer says

Patrick says


I'm not saying this is true, but top public figures like Jack Dorsey, Ron Paul, and RFKJ all unhesitatingly believe that the U.S. government murdered one of the most popular presidents in American history because he was opposed to the CIA's machinations and the escalation of the Vietnam war. That's something right there.


From what I've read it was more about Kennedy hanging the army/CIA out to dry, making them look bad that caused his assassination. There are a group of people that meet to discuss JFK assassination yearly. A lot of good info, and they debunk a lot of popular theory's that have sprung up over the years.


Do you know the group? I would like to contact them. I'll connect them to another person and they can rip each other apart on their hypothesis.

I think Kennedy was killed for multiple reasons, not just one.
96   NuttBoxer   2023 Jul 11, 9:23am  

I don't, just remember Corbett did a presentation at their conference in the last or two. Can probably find it on his site.
97   HeadSet   2023 Jul 14, 2:23pm  

richwicks says

One of Hirohito's son came to the US to beg for surrender, the only condition was the the emperor Hirohito wouldn't be killed. The US wanted to test the nuclear bomb on a population, so the US refused, and dropped the two bombs to study the effects.

That narrative flies against the facts. The Japanese refused to surrender even after the first atomic bombing. Even after the second atomic bombing, there was a faction high up that tried a coupe against the Emperor when the Emperor broke the tie and decided on surrender. Also remember that the world saw Germany rise from defeat in WWI to become a conquering powerhouse in the 40s. Noone wanted to see Japan rise up from defeat and also reconquer a few decades later, so unconditional surrender was the only option.
98   richwicks   2023 Jul 14, 3:00pm  

HeadSet says

That narrative flies against the facts. The Japanese refused to surrender even after the first atomic bombing. Even after the second atomic bombing, there was a faction high up that tried a coupe against the Emperor when the Emperor broke the tie and decided on surrender. Also remember that the world saw Germany rise from defeat in WWI to become a conquering powerhouse in the 40s. Noone wanted to see Japan rise up from defeat and also reconquer a few decades later, so unconditional surrender was the only option.


The conditional surrender that the Japanese wanted was "don't kill the emperor" - that was the ONLY condition.

And that's what the US did. Hirohito died at 87.

The US was going to test those nuclear weapons. Everything we learn in government history books is propaganda and lies. Everything. The US had an oil embargo on Japan, while it was at war with China. Japan did EVIL shit then as well. We knew about the pending attack of Pearl Harbor, all the ships that were there were old, everything else was out to sea to do maneuvers. It was intentional to get a bunch of people killed.

Out government always, always, always wants fucking war. Imagine if the US just stayed out of WWII and quietly developed the nuclear bomb.

No government is good, but I'm pretty sick of living under a government that is fucking stupid.
99   Misc   2023 Jul 15, 1:55am  

With what the Japanese did to our POWs a little Nuking and Firebombing were in order.
100   richwicks   2023 Jul 15, 9:09am  

Misc says


With what the Japanese did to our POWs a little Nuking and Firebombing were in order.


The Japanese were vicious, but I don't know if that means that the civilian population should pay for it.

I openly oppose my government's actions because I do not want to be liable for them. I opposed ever war our country has been involved in since 1991. Before that, I was too ignorant to be responsible at all because I was too young.

I know how absolutely vicious the Japanese were to POWs. They tried to make a death ray, it was just microwave radiation, beyond their capabilities at the time and not realistic today. What it did was boil people alive. They tested this on "monkeys", its most likely they tested this on POWs.

War is stupid. Maniacs start it, and engage in it. Guantanamo shows what sort of people do this shit. Sociopaths create the conditions for wars and start them. Diplomacy is the method that should be engaged in, if that fails, and it was honest diplomacy, then do anything to kill the enemy. Kill the sociopaths.

The United States doesn't have any diplomats anymore. Our "diplomats" lie and engage in propaganda to foment war. Our nation has had this SHIT for our State Department for at least 20 years. Complete garbage. Victoria Nuland supposedly is a diplomat. She's an asshole.
101   Shaman   2023 Jul 15, 10:48am  

I think a lot of wars, bad government, meddling billionaires like Soros and Gates who cause untold harm with their sociopathic politics could be prevented with a simple device.
A Guild of International Assassins with the capacity to kill anyone. They could take out these powerful and legally protected assholes who make the world the awful place it often is. Of course, this is a tool that could easily turn in your hand. But can you imagine the difference they could make by taking out meddling billionaires like Bezos ex wife or Bill Gates or the Soros klan?
Just the threat of this guild being sent after them would keep these assholes in check.
102   HeadSet   2023 Jul 15, 8:52pm  

Shaman says

A Guild of International Assassins with the capacity to kill anyone.

Sounds like the drug cartels. "Open the borders, Pelosi or your family dies." Plata y plomo.
105   Ceffer   2023 Sep 24, 1:01pm  

Shaman says


I think a lot of wars, bad government, meddling billionaires like Soros and Gates who cause untold harm with their sociopathic politics could be prevented with a simple device.
A Guild of International Assassins with the capacity to kill anyone.

Soros is a psychopath, but merely a visible store front working for MI6 and the dynastics, made to take the executive heat for the invisible patrons. He'd just be replaced with another psycho bot, and leave the underlying political cancers proliferating intact. The real problem is the fiat money printing presses that enable the networks of subversion, corruption, and blackmail.
108   AD   2023 Nov 19, 4:37pm  

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https://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2023-11-18-show/

Researcher Chuck Ochelli is deeply invested in the JFK assassination and its repercussions, tying it to personal experiences and larger societal impacts. He explained how the assassination affected his father, a veteran who later took his life, connecting it to Kennedy's intention to withdraw from Vietnam by the end of 1965. This belief stems from National Security Action Memorandum 263, which would have potentially prevented years of warfare and numerous casualties, including his father. Ochelli joined guest host Richard Syrett (Twitter) to discuss his research into the JFK assassination, skepticism toward the official narrative, and how this historical event altered society's trajectory.

In discussing Paul Landis' claim about a bullet found during Kennedy's assassination, Ochelli questioned its credibility. He suggested Landis' motive as potentially driven by financial gain and expressed skepticism about his consistency between statements made in the past versus those in his book. Ochelli highlighted the complexities of the JFK assassination, pointing out the difficulties in piecing together a credible chain of events due to conflicting testimonies and the absence of concrete evidence.

Regarding the magic bullet theory and Warren Commission staffer Arlen Specter's role in formulating it, Ochelli criticized how it was crafted to fit a predetermined narrative, despite Specter's lack of expertise in forensics or ballistics. He emphasized the theory's necessity to uphold the lone gunman hypothesis and avoid a conspiracy, noting the scarcity of evidence to support it and the numerous wounds needing explanation in the absence of additional bullets.

When discussing Lee Harvey Oswald's alleged presence on the sixth floor of the Book Depository during the shooting, Ochelli cast doubt on the reliability of the primary witness, Howard Brennan, due to various factors like eyesight impairment. He also explored alternative theories about Oswald's potential location during the event, such as the "prayer man" in the doorway of the building, but expressed uncertainty and a need for further examination of evidence.

Ochelli has set up a discount for Coast listeners with coupon code "coast" when subscribing or signing up to be a supporter at ochelli.com.

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During the latter half of the program, researcher James DiEugenio reported on JFK assassination "chokeholds" that prove there was a conspiracy as outlined in the book, "The JFK Assassination Chokeholds."

DiEugenio is one of the five contributors to the book. He emphasized the legal perspective brought by three lawyers among the contributors: Matt Crumpton, Andrew Iler, and Mark Adamcyzk. Their goal was to establish standards of proof concerning Oswald's conviction, questioning why neither the Warren Commission nor the House Select Committee detailed their standards for convicting Oswald. The book presents compelling evidence to vindicate Oswald, examining different aspects, including the enigma of Kennedy's brain, proof of a front shot, Oswald's alleged location during the shooting, dissenters in the case, and the absence of due process for Oswald.

DiEugenio argued that the evidence, such as Kennedy's brain examination, multiple expert testimonies, and discrepancies in autopsy materials, strongly suggests Oswald could not have been convicted in a fair trial. He highlighted the discrepancy between official descriptions of Kennedy's skull damage, revealing that contrary to initial reports, numerous witnesses saw a significant hole in the back of Kennedy's skull. This evidence, along with X-rays showing particles indicating a frontal shot, strongly implies a conspiracy.

In addition, DiEugenio shed light on how critical information about the assassination was uncovered much later, thanks to the efforts of the Assassination Records Review Board. He criticized government agencies for withholding critical documents, pointing out how even scheduled declassification was delayed repeatedly under President Trump's administration, indicating to him a continued cover-up or resistance to revealing the complete truth about the Kennedy assassination.
109   AD   2023 Nov 19, 4:59pm  

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https://www.irishcentral.com/roots/history/did-irish-william-greer-cause-jfks-death

The driver of JFK's car, who was a Secret Service agent, may have accidentally shot JFK

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110   The_Deplorable   2023 Nov 19, 9:36pm  

WATCH: Unseen Footage of Doctors Who Treated JFK Destroys ANOTHER Key Government Narrative Regarding His Assassination

See also https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2023/11/watch-unseen-footage-doctors-who-treated-jfk-destroys/
111   Patrick   2023 Nov 22, 7:44pm  

https://twitter.com/DylanMAllman/status/1727269939562561878


@DylanMAllman
60 years ago today, President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, was murdered in broad daylight.

60 years later, the The Biden Administration has chosen to keep the remaining JFK documents related to the assassination under wraps indefinitely.

What are they hiding? What "national security" secrets could possibly be at risk?

"[i]n light of the recommendation for continued postponement of public release of information in the records identified in section 2(b) of this memorandum under the statutory standard, I hereby certify, by the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including section 5(g) (2) (D) of the Act, that continued postponement of public disclosure of that information is necessary to protect against identifiable harms to the military defense, intelligence operations, law enforcement, and the conduct of foreign relations that are of such gravity that they outweigh the public interest in disclosure."

John Kennedy's nephew, @RobertKennedyJr, reacted to the administration's decision:

"The White House announcement is unlawful. In 1992 the JFK Records Act was passed unanimously by Congress with the promise that all assassination related records would be released no later than October 2017. This promise has been broken once again with this midnight announcement. The assassination was 60 years ago."

This definitely seems to be in an attempt to protect the CIA.

Word, after all this time, is FINALLY getting around that the CIA is bad news and people are finally waking up.

Why? Because the CIA has committed more than just crimes against humanity. We are finding out some really crazy stuff from different sources that the CIA is/was involved in. From drug and child trafficking, to non-human intelligence, coverups, assassinations, etc.

Truman regrets creating it, Eisenhower warned us about it, JFK tried to stop it, and they took him out.

What are they keeping from us? That Oswald was a CIA asset? The CIA assassinated JFK and scapegoated Oswald? The actual gunmen that were led by George HW Bush? The body double and the real location of JFK's corpse? Maybe we'll never know.

Even Oswald himself said he was just a patsy. “No sir I didn’t kill anyone, people keep asking me that. I work in that building so naturally I would have been in it”.

They believe themselves to be the smartest people to ever walk the Earth, but surely they aren't stupid enough to not see that this does nothing but legitimize the conspiracy theorists, right?

It is beyond time to release the documents.
113   Patrick   2023 Nov 24, 5:56pm  

https://robertfkennedyjr.substack.com/p/sign-petition-tell-biden-to-release


Sign Petition: Tell Biden to Release JFK Assassination Files

On Wednesday, the 60th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, my campaign released a petition demanding President Biden keep his promise to release all JFK assassination documents as required by law.

As the petition explains, the 1992 Kennedy Records Assassination Act mandated the release of all records related to the JFK assassination by 2017. Trump refused to do it. Biden refused to do it. What is so embarrassing that they're afraid to show the American public 60 years later?


Petition is here:

https://jfkfiles.kennedy24.com/

(asks for a donation after you put in your name, but donation not required to sign it)

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