Using Technology to Connect the Dots When I first started studying the JFK assassination, I like most people notice there were some peculiarities. For example, why on Earth would Allen Dulles – who Kennedy fired after the “Bay of Pigs” fiasco – be chosen to serve on the Warren Commission to investigate the President’s death? The man who threatened to smash the CIA into a … Continue reading How Does It All Tie Together?
In 1961, Abraham Bolden became the first African-American to serve on the Presidential Protective Division of the Secret Service. Bolden saw this as the highest honor as he admired John F. Kennedy for being a president who truly wanted to help the black people of America. Other Secret Service agents disagreed, both with Bolden and his opinion of JFK. He was called the “n” word … Continue reading Abraham Bolden, the Secret Service, and the JFK Assassination
In 1948, Allen Dulles and Frank Wisner – head of the Office or Policy Coordination (OPC) – created what came to be known as “Operation Mockingbird.” The purpose of Mockingbird was “propaganda, economic warfare; preventive direct action, including sabotage, anti-sabotage, demolition and evacuation measures; subversion against hostile states, including assistance to underground resistance groups, and support of indigenous anti-Communist elements in threatened countries of the … Continue reading Operation Mockingbird, COMSAT, and the Deaths of Philip Graham & Mary Pinchot Meyer
This video shows Lee Harvey Oswald passing out pamphlets for the “Fair Play for Cuba Committee” in New Orleans, August 1963. He also passed out pamphlets written by a man named Corliss Lamont, whose brother and father were in the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). To me, there doesn’t seem to be anything organic about this event. It looks staged to say the least, … Continue reading VIDEO: Oswald in New Orleans
Operation Mockingbird at Its Finest (or Worst) Remember, CBS was a donor to the Council on Foreign Relations and was an active member of Operation Mockingbird. Dan Rather would go on to join the CFR and see great success in his career. “In your hands, fellow citizens, more than mine, will lie the final success or failure of our course.” JFK, 1961. What role do … Continue reading VIDEO: What Zapruder Film Did Dan Rather Watch?
Jim Jenkins Sheds New Light on the JFK Autopsy Navy corpsman Jim Jenkins was stationed at the Bethesda Naval Hospital in November, 1963. Still only a young man, he had already assisted in numerous autopsies, most of which were routine in nature for the patients of that medical facility. Nothing could have prepared him for what he would take part in on the night of … Continue reading I Held Kennedy’s Brain
Why Administration Insiders Killed Kennedy’s Plans for Peace In 1960, John Kennedy ran for president as a hardline Cold Warrior and at that time he was. In fact he used the briefings he received from the intelligence community to outmaneuver his rival Richard Nixon in the areas of foreign policy and military affairs. Knowing the United States was already involved in clandestine operations in Cuba, … Continue reading The Fight for a Pax Americana