In this video Josiah (“Tink”) Thompson, author of “Six Seconds in Dallas,” who went on to a long career as private investigator, explains how a sound recording from Dealey Plaza matches up with the Zapruder film.
Thompson does not address serious questions that have arisen about the validity of the acoustical evidence. We will explain and explore these questions in future posts.
One dissenter from the Warren Commission was Winston Scott, the powerful chief of the CIA’s Mexico City station in 1963.
Our Man in Mexico tells his story. There is no theory in Jefferson Morley’s critically-acclaimed biography, just the compelling life story of a decorated CIA spymaster who knew that a key claim in the Warren Commission report was false--and dared to say so.
William Attwood: 'If the CIA did find out what we were doing...' "If the CIA did find out what we were doing , this would have trickled down to the lower echelon of activists, and Cuban exiles, and the more gung-ho CIA people.....they might have been impelled to take violent action. Such as assassinating the President." - former UN Ambassador William Attwood.