A lot of people talk about Lee Harvey Oswald and the CIA and, to be honest, a lot of them don’t know what they are talking about.
Bill Simpich, a San Francisco attorney and author, does. He cuts to the chase in a new piece for Reader Supported News.
“Oswald was monitored by three counterintelligence teams in the last four years of his life.”
As someone who has studied the CIA for a long time, I think this a factually accurate statement, not the least because it is mostly based on the CIA’s records, and not the suppositions and apologetics of outsiders.
Simpich, author of the ebook “State Secret,” is drawing from the rich paper trail left by the CIA’s Counterintelligence Staff and the Directorate of Plans as they followed Lee Oswald from October 1959 to November 1963.
Simpich has mined records made public since 2000 under the JFK Records Act. These records have been overlooked by news organizations and conspiracy theorists alike.
He’s not talking about a theory, merely what happened.
Check it via State Secret: The Framing of Lee Oswald.
And, after you read Simpich, you’ll want to read:
7 JFK files the CIA still keeps secret (Feb. 23, 2014)