This is an apt follow-up to James Galbraith’s “JFK Cover-Up Strikes Again “piece in Project Syndicate.
Every government since Kennedy’s successor, Lyndon Johnson, has had “good reasons” for hiding a truth that might, if revealed to the light of day, cause the nation’s citizens to lose faith in the integrity of its institutions and, more particularly, of its intelligence community.
Source: The Heroism of the Miami Herald
As the October 26, 2021 deadline for release of secret JFK assassination files approaches, here’s one improperly redacted document that identifies the CIA’s collaborators in the Miami press.
The document, dated March 1964, is titled “Special Activities Report on JMWAVE Relationship.” …
“One declassified document shows the CIA had granted Provisional Security Approval to Bohning on Aug. 21, 1967, and Covert Security Approval on Nov. 14 of the same year.”
Former CIA analyst Brian Latell thinks Fidel Castro was behind JFK’s assassination, a self-serving theory for a former employee of an agency that conspired to assassinate Fidle Castro 634 times. His is one of many JFK conspiracy theories which I doubt. Latell also thinks Fide Castro is a hypocritical dictator, which I can believe.
In his book review, An appalling indictment of Fidel, in the MIami Herald, Latell writes: …