CIA tradecraft & JFK’s assassination: ‘The very top people’
Former CIA station chief Rolf Mowatt-Larssen addresses a conference of JFK researchers in Dallas in November 2019. (Credit: Jefferson Morley) [ICYMI: Part I: A veteran CIA officer analyzes the death of a president.] “Why am I doing this?” Rolf Mowatt-Larssen asked the audience at the Coalition Against Political Assassinations’ conference in Dallas. “As
CIA tradecraft & JFK’s assassination: A veteran officer analyzes the death of a president
Former CIA station chief Rolf-Mowatt-Larssen addressed a conference of JFK researchers in Dallas in November 2019. (Credit: Jefferson Morley) (This article, titled “Under CIA Eyes,” first appeared in Counterpunch, Vol. 25 published in January 2020.). “I was struck by the intimacy and the smallness of the whole surroundings,” said retired CIA officer Rolf
JFK Redacted: CIA Counterintelligence and the Failure of Dallas
The CIA now has until December 15, 2021 to produce the last of its JFK assassination files. As I told the Washington Post, I suspect this second delay in the legally-mandated release of the files is a “ruse.” I hope the CIA proves me wrong. In any case, we will learn more about the
A Dealey Plaza query from a reader
Eric writes to ask a question about the Zapruder film that I cannot answer. Maybe someone else knows. Who is the man with the camera?
Geraldo Rivera on the historic first broadcast of the Zapruder film
This excellent video comes from the Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas. Rivera, a veteran TV correspondent, made history when he broadcast Abraham Zapruder’s home movie of JFK’s assassination on national television for the first time in March 1975. Rivera reveals he took a big risk personally.