Conspiracy theory


I really don’t think there’s any question that something’s screwy with the JFK assassination. Why are so many of the documents still classified? Anyway, here’s another purported piece of the puzzle:

A former Cuban exile anti-Castro militant told a conference audience Sept. 26 in a blockbuster revelation that he saw accused presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald with their mutual CIA handler six weeks before the killing and there would have been no anti-Castro movement in Cuba without the CIA funding.

Antonio Veciana, the acknowledged leader of the Alpha 66 assassination squad of Cuban exiles in the early 1960s, made the statements in a dignified but emotion-laden manner at this year’s major conference analyzing the Warren Commission report on murder of President John F. Kennedy Nov. 22, 1963 in Dallas. Alpha 66 is alleged to have tried to kill Cuban leader Fidel Castro on two occasions, but Veciana, a onetime certified public accountant for a wealthy Cuban in the years before the revolution, has never been been charged with an attempt.

David Atlee Phillips. Separately, the general counsel of the last major government investigation into the killing issued a statement saying the CIA had deceived him and the rest of the public during the late 1970s inquiry into the validity of the Warren report. Former House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) General Counsel G. Robert Blakey issued the statement during the conference Sept. 26-28 organized at the Bethesda Hyatt Regency Hotel in Bethesda, MD by the Assassination Archives and Research Center (AARC).

Veciana said he is convinced the CIA organized the president’s murder and that he saw Oswald meeting with a CIA official in Dallas because Veciana arrived at his meeting fifteen minutes too early. Veciana said he believes Oswald was a CIA operative whom the agency decided to blame for a killing it organized in a complex plot.

Via Karin Riley Porter Attorney at Law.

3 thoughts on “Conspiracy theory

  1. I wonder if the truth will ever come to light.
    So far, they’ve managed to keep the lid on for nearly 51 years.
    I wonder how much evidence has been destroyed in five decades, and whether any of the perps have written down what they know.

  2. In a memo signed by J. Edgar Hoover on November 29, 1963, he states that the FBI had “briefed Mr. George Bush of the CIA” about the reaction of anti-Castro Cubans in Miami to the Kennedy assassination. Lee Harvey Oswald was friendly with one Baron George De Mohrenshildt in Dallas. In Mohrenshildt’s address book the FBI found this entry: “George H. W. (Poppy) Zapata Petroleum.” George H.W. Bush and John Hinckley Sr. were all pals from their Texas oil patch days in the 1960’s. The night that John Hinckley Jr. shot Reagan (George H.W. Bush was his VP) on March 30, 1981, Hinckley’s older brother, Scott, had dinner with Neil Bush, the vice president’s son. The same common denominator keeps showing up.

  3. Yeah I mean a Marine just goes AOL and defects to the Soviet Union ca 1960 and then marries a general’s daughter and then when the KGB thinks he’s a CIA stooge and a suicide attemptee to boot, sends him back to the US with wifey in tow AND THEN neither the CIA nor the FBI keeps him under surveillance even though he leads the ‘fair play for Cuba committee’ in New Orleans and appears on TV no less. Yeah that makes a lot of sense.

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