OK, after a foray into contemporary and international affairs I’ll return to the 1960’s and the assassination of President Kennedy. To be more specific I recently returned to the assassination via a radio interview with my friend Doug. Our discussion was quite focused since we both feel there is not doubt that there was a conspiracy and one traceable to a well defined network organized at a tactical level around certain CIA officers and fervent anti-Castro Cuban “patriots”. Between us we largely agree on the conspiracy, the unifying motive, the tactic of using Oswald in an attempt to frame Castro and that there was a decision at the highest levels of government not to pursue any actual investigation of conspiracy in fear of exposing intelligence connections and operational activities – not to mention the potential national security risk of where an actual investigation might lead within the CIA.
With that level of agreement the obvious place to turn is to follow the leads to Dallas and to determine credible suspects which might give a more definitive picture of how the Dallas attack came into being. What puzzles us both is that there are people that were known to be in Dallas, specifically reported to the FBI as having been involved in the attack on JFK and with two of them proven to not only have been very close friends but operationally involved in attacks against Castro…both before and after the assassination. And one of them even admitted going to Dallas, brought in as an actor in the conspiracy.
Given that level of definition, both Doug and I ponder why so much focus and dialog is elsewhere…well we not only ponder it but we go on about it for half an hour…if that sounds interesting, take a listen: