State of the JFK case in 2016

Yesterday, November 22, I talked JFK for an hour with WIOD talk radio host Fernand Amandi and friends David Talbot and Bill Simpich. David talked about JFK in the Age of Trump. Bill talked about What We Know Now. I offered some thoughts about what we might learn in October 2017. Listen here.


From a 5-Star Amazon review of Jefferson Morley’s CIA and JFK: The Secret Assassination Files,

“Can’t imagine a more meticulous take down of the CIA’s decades-long subterfuge surrounding the assassination.”

Jefferson Morley’s new ebook, CIA and JFK: The Secret Assassination Files, available on Amazon, provides the fullest account of the role of CIA operations officers in the events leading to the death of JFK, with a guide to what will be declassified in October 2017.


5 thoughts on “State of the JFK case in 2016”

  1. I am curious as to why Jefferson Morley has not published my comment from November 26. Is this no longer a free public forum?

  2. Good stuff guys, excellent work.

    I always love Bill’s analysis of M/C

    My personal opinion is the impersonations, the two Oswalds, different backgrounds/ histories etc was basically what Angelton used him for, Mole hunts in Russia , Mexico City and god knows where else. Whats harder IMO to point out is if Angelton was the mastermind of the plot or was simply used by a group that was aware of LHO various mole hunt roles. That’s tough to figure out.

    I also feel that the plot itself was a piggyback off the anti-FPCC operations involving a Mock assassination that was altered by a core select group. Not sure they could of gotten the buy in from every member in the plot otherwise. All IMO of course

    This is just my personal opinion but I would leave all of the politics and Trump stuff out of it as its all speculation at this point and will detract audiences rather than attract them to your guys excellent research and analysis. I would never vote for Trump but even I found some of the statements as reaching. IMO stick to the facts and its relevance that our democratic process was altered in Nov of 1963, that will do it for most, the other stuff is too personal IMO.

    Regardless, great job

  3. Excellent interview. However, I do question the terminology that the CIA was “monitoring” Oswald. I think there is substantial evidence that the CIA was actually “handling” Oswald. He came back to the US from “defecting” to the USSR with no obstacles or prosecution. He was filmed handing out pro-Castro literature on the streets of New Orleans with the stamped address used by a very anti-Castro ex-FBI “private investigator” Guy Banister; this appears to indicate that Oswald was being framed to look like he was pro-Castro. Antonio Veciana has testified that he saw Oswald meeting with CIA agent David Atlee Phillips aka Maurice Bishop. A few weeks later, Oswald was impersonated in Mexico City supposedly trying to get into Cuba, a fact that further indicates someone wanted to make him appear to be a Communist and an agent of Castro. Oswald’s last phone call was to Raleigh, North Carolina, the site of the ONI. As John Newman has shown, Oswald was probably a low- level intelligence agent.

    In spite of all this, one fact is indisputable: ballistic evidence proves that Oswald shot no one on November 22, 1963. Medical evidence and witness testimony indicate that JFK was killed by a shot from the front. An innocent man is indicted in all American History textbooks and by the MSM as the “lone nut” assassin on no evidence. This history teacher sees this an the height of injustice

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