A SKELETON KEY TO THE GEMSTONE FILES 4

May, 1972: J. Edgar Hoover had the Gemstone File: threatened to expose Dallas-JFK in an “anonymous” book, The Texas Mafia. Instead, someone put sodium morph ate in his apple pie. The corpse was carted away from his home in the back seat of a V.W.–and his files were “burned” but some of them got away. May 28, 1972: First break-in at Watergate: McCord, Barker, Martinez, Garcia, Gonzales, Sturgis, DeDiego and Pico stood guard outside. Hunt and Liddy directed the operation from a (safe?) distance –across the street. The object was to check on Onassis’s two men to Democratic Party HQ: Larry O’Brien and Spencer Oliver. (O’Brien chief “PR: client had been “Hughes”; Oliver’s father worked for Onassis). McCord wire-tapped their phones. But!!!! little did McCord know that the plumbers were being observed by Hal Lipset, Katherine Graham’s S.F. detective who had followed two of the plumbers from Liz Dale’s side in […] Read More