Tag Archive for FIdel Castro

How Shenon and Sabato came to Fake News in JFK’s Murder

After more than fifty years and zero quantum of proof since the JFK assassination, Philip Shenon and Larry J. Sabato insist on the out-worn hypothesis “Castro sorta done it” while reporting how the CIA came to doubt the official story.

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 JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald, Part 6

In this final installment of his review of the History Channel series, Arnaldo Fernandez concludes: “With Castro as vantage point instead of the CIA, Baer was not tracking Oswald to articulate a true picture of the past, but to drive the historical truth away.”

Source: Kennedys And King – JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald, Part 6

Monica Jimenez’s story: Watergate burglar threatened my mother because of her JFK story

Monica Jimenez

Monica Jimenez, survivor

Monica Mercedes Pérez Jiménez is the daughter of a Venezuelan dictator and Marita Lorentz, a former mistress of Fidel Castro who became a CIA spy.

She recent told her story to The Tico Times in Costa Rica where she lives There are problems with the story her mother told JFK investigators in 1978 but there is no doubt that Lorentz was involved in CIA covert operations in the early 1960s.

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Castro: target of the CIA’s secret armies

This 1977 CBS documentary exposed the CIA’s never-ending failure to oust Fidel Castro from power.

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Plots against Castro and the JFK case: a CIA agent’s story

He is a native of Cuba, who now resides in Miami, FL. He is 88 years old and in failing health. He insisted that he wrote the book because he no longer feared a Cuban-inspired assassination attempt on himself. Veciana said it was time to reveal “the truth about his double life.”

Source: Plots against Castro and the JFK case: a CIA agent’s storyLos Angeles Post-Examiner

Intel Today blog on Antonio Veciana

Source: INTEL TODAY DIARY — MAY 29 2017 | Intel Today

The History Channel series ‘JFK Declassified’ is MIA but we have the latest

Dave writes from Canada with the latest intelligence on Episode 5 of the mysteriously cancelled TV show, “JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald.”

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The CIA’s secrets about JFK, Che, and Castro revealed in new Book by former operative

In the early 1960s, Antonio Veciana was the CIA’s man in Havana.

So begins my review in Newsweek: The CIA’s Secrets About JFK, Che, and Castro Revealed in New Book By Former Operative.

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CIA and JFK: Bob Baer talks with Jefferson Morley and Dan Hardway, Part 1

Listen as Baer, the decorated ex-CIA man, tells host Fernand Amandi his theory that “Castro Sorta Done It”

Morley, author of a forthcoming biography of CIA spymaster James Angleton, replies the History Channel series “JFK Declassified” lacks balance, at least so far.

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Recycling the ‘Castro sorta done it’ theory

First JFK Conspiracy Theory

The first JFK conspiracy theory, published Nov 24, 1963, and paid for by CIA

In an interview with Time.comformer CIA officer Robert Baer, host of the History Channel docu-series “JFK Declassified,” endorses the “Castro sorta done it” theory.

The theory that Oswald and Castro were “the presumed assassins” was first promoted by CIA propaganda assets in Miami two days after JFK was killed. In 2012, it was revived, with additional evidence, by former CIA analyst, Brian Latell.

You can read my interview of Latell here where he makes his case.

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The RealClearPolitics polemic on Castro and JFK

The death of Fidel Castro continues to revive memories of and debate about JFK’s assassination.

This RealClearPolitics take on Castro and the Kennedy Assassination falters when author James Piereson asserts

Oswald’s motives in shooting President Kennedy were almost certainly linked to his desire to block Kennedy’s campaign to assassinate Castro or to overthrow his government.

There is little evidence to support this claim.

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Castro: the miracle was that he died in his own bed

Fidel Castro

Fidel Castro, tormenter of empire

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?

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Castro and JFK’s assassination: the unknown stories

TrincheraHow 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.

Brian Latell indicts Castro again

Did the CIA seek to hypnotize an assassin to kill Fidel Castro?

November 5, 1963: Listen as JFK considers secret talks with Castro.

What Castro said about Oswald

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How the CIA tried to implicate Castro in JFK’s assassination

Fidel Castro

Fidel Castro, tormenter of empire

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 account. And the empire struck out every time.

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Cuba’s JFK story: 638 ways to kill Fidel Castro


What does the Cuban government say about the assassination of President Kennedy, allegedly by a supporter of President Fidel Castro?

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