Tag Archive for Bill Kelly

Antonio Veciana: the Army Intelligence connection

In his review of Trained to Kill, Bill Kelly calls attention to Antonio Veciana’s work for Army Intelligence. He nails the point that Veciana’s critics strive to avoid. Phillips did use the alias “Maurice Bishop” and his physical description of “Bishop” bore an uncanny resemblance to Phillips.

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What’s the most important piece of new JFK assassination evidence?

I nominate a forgotten tape recording that surfaced a couple of years ago. Read more

From Citizens Against Political Assassinations

If you want full JFK disclosure in 2017, join CAPA

“CAPA seeks release of the remaining JFK records with a minimum of redactions, which can obscure vital information,” —CAPA Chairman Cyril H. Wecht, M.D.

An open letter from Bill Kelly, veteran JFK researcher and activist.

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10 questions about the still-secret JFK records

JFK blogger Bill Kelly has ten questions about the still secret JFK files uncovered by Michael Ravnitsky and WhoWhatWhy, and reported by Politico.

Some can be answered but some can’t. See Number 4.

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The Devil’s Chessboard and the new political landscape

By focusing on the one man at the epicenter of both World War II and the Cold War as well as the assassination – Allen Welsh Dulles, Talbot puts his finger on the pulse of power, and without promoting any conspiracy theory in regards to the assassination, he sets the stage for rational discussion and historic acceptance of such theories, for certainly one of them must be true.

Source: JFKcountercoup: The Devil’s Chessboard and the New Political Landscape

The CIA’s presidential briefings before November 22, 1963

Veteran JFK researcher Bill Kelly asks a good question about the CIA’s media blitz at the LBJ Library in Austin Texas last week. Read more

Oswald in Mexico City:  Shenon and the Twist Party

Cruel and Shocking ActBill Kelly digs deep into an old story:

Central to Shenon’s thesis is a Mexico City Twist Party, which he learned about from some of the recently released records of State Department mid-level diplomat Charles William Thomas, whose suicide is said to be related to the failure of the government to act on the information he provided about the Twist Party and its possible association to the assassination.

Source: JFKcountercoup: A Cruel and Shocking Twist

CNN picked up on JFK’s Facts’ story about the Air Force One tapes


Picking up on a story first reported in JFK Facts, CNN reporter Jake Tapper aired dramatic conversations from the reconstituted Air Force Once tapes from November 22, 1963, capturing the real-time reaction of U.S. government officials as the news spreads that President Kennedy had been shot in Dallas.

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National Archives creates a team to review JFK records for 2017 release

In a recent email to researcher Bill Kelly, Martha Wagner Murphy, chief of the Special Access and FOIA Staff at the National Archives at College Park, disclosed some welcome news.

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JFK Most Wanted: 84 NSA documents related to the assassination

JFK researcher some questions about 84 documents generated by the National Security Agency, that are related to JFK’s assassination. Read more

Travels with John Judge (1948-2014)

From Bill Kelly, an affectionate memoir of the late JFK researcher and organizer who never tired of demanding the full record of JFK’s assassination. Read more

Did the Office of Naval Intelligence investigate Oswald?

The Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) is still seeking to block release of records related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

The ONI, according to researacher Bill Kelly, is withholding records of its own internal investigations of Oswald after he defected to the Soviet Union in 1959 and after JFK was killed in 1963. The latter reports would be explosive if they showed that U.S. Marine Corps investigators doubted that Oswald acted alone in killing Kennedy.

ONI representatives assert that America’s oldest intelligence service doesn’t have any such records. That claim is dubious, for a number of reasons.

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Petition to free JFK documents tops 2,800 signatures

Join the more than 2,800 people who have signed a petition calling on the Obama administration to do its joband enforce the JFK Records Act.

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Bill Kelly on the importance of the Air Force One tapes

“The Air Force One tapes are the black box of the Kennedy assassination,” says Bill Kelly in this interview with Black Ops Radio’s Len Osanic.

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The state of the JFK case in 2014

James Fetzer, a retired professor of philosophy from the University of Minnesota-Duluth, is the very picture of a conspiracy theorist, from his dubious haircut to his hectoring tone to his assured command of facts. Professsor Fetzer recently offered his most detailed JFK conspiracy theory yet in Veterans Today, He purports to identify, by name, the six men who allegedly fired gunshots at President Kennedy on November 22, 1963.

The lavish detail of Fetzer’s allegations evokes one of the finest pieces of JFK journalism ever published — in the Onion. Fetzer’s is an American tale: a posse of six-shooters joins the army of Dealey Plaza gunmen.

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