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October 26, 2017

Scheduled to be released today, October 26, 2017 are the JFK Files from the National Archives.  It was reported this evening that Trump has accepted the CIA's/FBI's demand to release just 2,800 out of over 35,000 relative documents; the balance to be released in 180 days (6 months).  This latest delay comes under the CIA's convenient guise of "National Security", an excuse the American people have tolerated for over 50 years!   HOW MUCH ABUSE IS ARE THE AMERICAN PEOPLE GOING TO TAKE?!?

The "secret" JFK files have been kept from public scrutiny for over 50 years, which begs the question: Why were the files blocked in the first place--because they would incriminate the traitorous conspirators who murdered a sitting president executed a military-style coup of the U.S. government?  The answer is a resounding YES!  Now that most all of the conspirators are dead and gone-- only a couple of replicas (clones) remain in physical format--, only the surviving relatives remain alive.

The next questions that must be asked: If the World Elite Controllers of America and the CIA (the Royal Family, Rothschilds, Rockefellers, et al.) had the power to cover up the JFK assassination for over 50 years, what makes us think that they will allow the truth to be revealed now?  Do we really think they will allow the truth about the JFK assassination to become public knowledge, knowing it might lead back to them?  The answer is NO, although they have had 50 years to redact, tamper with, and flat-out destroy the documents.  I will be surprised if anything new turns up in this first batch release. 

Meanwhile, there have been massive amounts of documentation (papers, books, and articles) released on the internet since before the movie 'JFK' was released in 1991.  So, this article will do the work that the U.S. government should have done, and release what is already known about the JFK assassination.  We know that this was a highly organized inside job, planned and executed by many traitorous enemies serving within the U.S. government.  The known conspirators (agencies and individuals) involved in the JFK assassination and coup against the U.S. government, and their positions within the U.S. government in 1963, are listed below:



Secret Service

The steel and transparent plastic roof panels were removed from President Kennedy's limousine for President Kennedy's fateful ride through Dallas' Dealey Plaza, against Secret Service protocol.  There were no Secret Service agents on either side of the limousine (usually two per side) while driving through Dealey Plaza, against Secret Service protocol.

E. Howard Hunt (CIA agent)

One of two shooters who fired at both Kennedy and John Connally from the behind a fence on the grassy knoll. President Kennedy was wounded in the throat by a bullet fired from Hunt.  The bullet allegedly passed through a sign; the sign was removed the next day.

Frank Sturgis (CIA agent)

One of two shooters who fired at both Kennedy and John Connally from the behind a fence on the grassy knoll.  Both Hunt and Sturgis were active veterans of the Bay of Pigs operation and would later appear center stage in the Watergate scandal.

William Greer (Secret Service agent)

President Kennedy's chauffeur fired the fatal shot, as viewed in the original Zapruder film.  View the Zapruder tape "Dallas Revisited" on "The Walter Cronkite Nova Special".  It shows William Greer's silver .45 pistol low against the inside of the driver's door.  When the shooters on the grassy knoll failed to get the job done, Greer, the back-up man, slowed the limousine from 3 m.p.h. to a near stop adjacent to the grassy knoll, turned in his seat facing the president and with pistol in hand fired the fatal into the president's head.  A three inch piece of Kennedy's occipital bone and brains were blasted out of the back of his head.  Anyone who saw the Zepruder film clip (and there were many who did, including Dan Rather) could see that President Kennedy was shot from the front and not from the rear as the Warren Commission stated.

Richard M. Nixon (Senator)

Richard Nixon attended a Pepsi Cola convention, board meetings, and made a speech in Dallas, Texas on November 21, 1963.  He said that he left Dallas the morning of November 22 on a flight from Love Field.  View video: November 21, 1963 - Richard M. Nixon in Dallas, Texas.  Nixon was given credit for planning Operation 40, the secret 1961 invasion of Cuba, during his 1959 campaign for President.  After Batista was kicked out by starving people of Cuba, and Fidel Castro came to power.  Castro began telling American corporations they would have to pay Cuban employees decent wages.  Even worse, Pepsi-Cola was told it would now have to pay world market prices for Cuban sugar.

Pepsi, Ford Motor Co., Standard Oil and the mafia drug dealers decided Fidel had to be removed since his policies of requiring corporations to pay market wages was hurting their profits.  So the corporations asked then-Vice President Nixon to remove Fidel.  Nixon promised he would, just as soon as he won the 1960 election against some "undergod", an unknown Democrat named John Kennedy.  It would be an easy victory for Nixon, it was said.  All the polls had Nixon winning by a landslide.

Nixon told Pepsi, Standard Oil and the other corporations who lost property, given back to the farmers of Cuba, that if they would help him win, he would authorize an invasion to remove Castro.  To further impress contributors to his campaign, then-Vice President Nixon asked the CIA to create Operation 40, a secret plan to invade Cuba, just as soon as he won.

The plan to invade Cuba was a secret.  No sense in alerting Cuba to the coming invasion.  Kennedy was not aware of the corporate/CIA planned invasion.  Bush, Nixon, Cabell and Hunt decided to just go ahead with the invasion, without informing President Kennedy.

Later in 1972, President Nixon ordered the CIA to burglarize the DNC Headquarters at the Watergate Hotel, to steal damaging photos of shooters Hunt and Sturgis firing at the President Kennedy and John Connally at Dealey Plaza, Dallas, on November 22, 1963.  Hunt and Sturgis were two of the apprehended burglars.

Richard Bissel (CIA officer) 

Responsible for designing and recommending the Bay of Pigs Invasion.

George H.W. Bush (CIA agent, drug smuggler)

Bush was a CIA agent and was importing cocaine through his Zapata Offshore Inc. petroleum import business via of the Gulf of Mexico.  Bush's CIA job was to organize the Cuban community in Miami set for the Cuban invasion.  The infamous photograph of CIA agent George H.W. Bush casually standing in front of the Texas School Book Depository building, Dealey Plaza, November 22, 1963, surrounded by other men after the shooting, has been posted on the internet for decades.  Bush was appointed Director of the CIA in 1976 by another JFK assassination co-conspirator Pres. Gerald R. Ford.

Allen Dulles (CIA Director)

Responsible for the Bay of Pigs Invasion and went ahead with it after President Kennedy ordered him not to on April 17, 1961.  Dulles was forced by President Kennedy to resign, on November 29, 1961, following the failure of the Bay of Pigs Invasion that occurred earlier that year (April 17, 1961).

Charles P. Cabell (Ex-Deputy CIA Director)

Air Force General Cabell became Deputy Director of CIA under Allen Dulles.  Cabell was forced by President Kennedy to resign, on January 31, 1962, following the failure of the Bay of Pigs Invasion. 

On April 17, 1961, at 4 a.m., just two hours before the Bay of Pigs Invasion was set to go, General Cabell called President Kennedy and asked for permission to provide U.S. air cover for the "secret" CIA invasion.  Kennedy said NO. 

Dulles and his cohorts were furious with Kennedy, but decided to go ahead with their private invasion anyway.  Due to poor intelligence, the CIA landed at the worst possible beach--a swamp.  The invasion failed, causing the CIA to lose 115 of its best men, killed, with another 1100 men captured by Cuban forces and held in Cuban prisons.  It was the worst single blow the CIA ever suffered. 

Bush, Nixon and Hunt blamed Cabell for asking Kennedy, and blamed Kennedy for saying no.  They were livid with anger.  Nixon's corporate sponsors ordered Kennedy to make any deal necessary to recover the 1100 CIA agents imprisoned in Cuba, which Kennedy did.  Once the CIA had its well-trained Cuban assets back, they decided to continue the invasion of Cuba as soon as they could get rid of "that S.O.B. Kennedy".

Charles Cabell was brother to Earle Cabell, Mayor of Dallas when Kennedy visited that city and was assassinated, on November 22, 1963.

Earle Cabell (Mayor of Dallas)

Earle Cabell was Mayor of Dallas when Kennedy visited that city and was assassinated, on November 22, 1963.  Mayor Cabell was prevailed upon by his brother, ex-Deputy CIA Director Charles Cabell, to change the presidential motorcade route to pass by Dealey Plaza. 

John Connally (Governor of Texas)  

John Connally and his wife were passengers in President Kennedy's limousine.  Connally's quotation: "My God, they are going to kill us all." suggests that he may have been tipped of to the planned assassination of JFK possibly by Dallas Mayor Cabell, etc. but believed that he was not being targeted. 

Lee Harvey Oswald (CIA asset)

Oswald knew nothing of the coordinated assassination to take place on November 22, 1963.  Oswald was assigned by his handler to work at the Texas School Book Depository building at Dealey Plaza.  He was betrayed by the CIA to be the fall-guy for the murder.  Oswald was observed eating lunch and drinking a Coca Cola in the snack bar on the first floor at the time of the shooting.  When he was told by a fellow employee that the President had been shot, he began to fear that he was being set up to be the patsy for this crime, and fled the building.  Oswald never fired a shot; there were no entry wounds from the rear on either Kennedy or Connally.  The rifle found on the sixth floor of the building was planted by CIA agents.  The actual assassins were E Howard Hunt, Frank Sturgis, firing from the right side of the limousine, and William Greer, whose kill shot was fired from the driver's seat of the limousine.  

Jack Ruby (CIA asset)

Ruby was employed/ordered to kill  Oswald for the purpose of covering up the truth that Oswald would reveal, and that the ballistic evidence should have proved.

George De Mohrenschildt (CIA agent) 

Mohrenschildt was Lee Harvey Oswald's CIA control officer (handler).  During the Warren Commission investigation of the Kennedy assassination, De Mohrenschildt was interviewed at length about his contacts with Oswald.  When, in the spring of 1977, the discrediting of the Warren Commission report as a blatant cover-up had made public pressure for a new investigation of the Kennedy assassination irresistible, the House Assassinations Committee planned to interview De Mohrenschildt once again.  But in March 1977, just before De Mohrenschildt was scheduled to be interviewed by Gaeton Fonzi of the House Committee's staff, he was found dead in Palm Beach, Florida.

Lyndon B. Johnson (Vice President)

After being appointed president, Johnson profited handsomely from the U.S. opium/heroine drug trade in Southeast Asia, a good reason for a greedy, immoral president to remain silent about the JFK assassination and to extend the Vietnam war as cover.

 Hubert Hoover (FBI Director)

Kennedy fully planned to oust J. Edgar Hoover from his purported life tenure at the FBI, subjecting that agency to presidential control for the first time in many years.  Hoover had become a "mentally-sick" individual.  With foreknowledge of the planned assassination, Hoover remained silent.

Henry Kissinger (ex-Kennedy administration employee) 

Kissinger was a Rockefeller agent, and was a disgruntled former employee of the Kennedy Administration whom the President had denounced as a madman.

Members of the Warren Commission:

U.S. Chief Justice Earl Warren, U.S. Sen. Richard Russel Jr. (D), U.S. Sen. John S. Cooper (R), U.S. Rep. Hale Boggs (D), U.S. Rep. Gerald R. Ford (R), CIA Dir. Allen W. Dulles, and World Bank Pres. John J. McCloy.  These seven men were hand-picked by the Rockefeller Commission to produce the infamous "Warren Commission Report", a pack of lies to cover-up the JFK assassination and military coup against the U.S. government.  The report was released to the public September 27, 1964, and created more controversy than consensus and was debunked shortly after its release.



Phoenix Journal 51, Tangled Webs Vol. 7, Chapter 13, July 2, 1992, by Gyeorgos Hatonn.

The Role of Richard Nixon and George Bush In the Assassination of President Kennedy (Information originally by P.K.).

Give Us This Day by E. Howard Hunt.