The miracle was that Fidel Castro died in his own bed. Never has a defiant antagonist of the United States of America met a more unlikely fate: a peaceful death. Hated, reviled and targeted by the greatest military empire in the history of the world, Castro launched a one-party socialist experiment in Cuba, which was so antithetical to Washington’s vision of a neoliberal world order that the empire struck back hard.
The CIA and its paid agents began plotting Castro’s violent demise in 1959 and continued to do so through the year 2000, concocting hundreds of conspiracies to kill him, 638 times by one well-informed Cuban intelligence official’s account. And the empire struck out every time.
As JFK investigator Gaeton Fonzi asked nearly 40 years ago: And Why, By the Way, is Fidel Castro Still Alive?
Castro’s story is told here:
- How the CIA tried to implicate Fidel Castro in JFK’s assassination.
- Did Castro figure out JFK’s assassination in just five days?
- Cuba’s JFK story: 638 Ways to Kill Castro.
- Did the CIA seek to hypnotize an assassin to kill Fidel Castro?
- November 5, 1963: Listen as JFK considers secret talks with Castro.
- What Fidel Castro said about Oswald
From a 5-Star Amazon review of Jefferson Morley’s
“Can’t imagine a more meticulous take down of the CIA’s decades-long subterfuge surrounding the assassination.”
CIA and JFK: The Secret Assassination Files, provides the fullest account of the role of CIA operations officers in the events leading to the death of JFK.
Another five-star Amazon review:
“Highly recommended to all readers wanting to learn the truth on matters that the Government still fights to keep secret, some 53 years after the tragic event.”