Shocking: The CIA Admits Covering Up JFK Assassination

Even if you have to wait over 50 years, eventually the truth will out… Suspicions that the CIA covered up JFK’s murder have finally been confirmed, according to an explosive Politico report out this week.  Fifty-two years after the President’s death, declassified documents show that the CIA were in communication with alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald before JFK’s murder in 1963, and they were monitoring his mail since 1959. Not only that but John McCone, who was Chief of the CIA at the time, allegedly hid evidence from the Warren commission, set up by Lyndon Johnson to investigate JFK’s assassination. The spymaster and other senior CIA officials are accused of withholding ‘incendiary’ information from the commission and therefore perverting the course of justice. The CIA has admitted this. The Politico report is based on evidence given by CIA historian David Robarge. He has claimed the cover-up was intended to […] Read More

2013: Oliver Stone: Zapruder Film Likely Altered

Jurriaan Maessen ExplosiveReports.Com November 6, 2013 Acclaimed film director Oliver Stone has alleged that there are clear indications that the famous Zapruder film has been tampered with. Appearing on Democracy Now, Stone makes clear the Zapruder film, although it is the best signpost of the obvious fatal head-shot that killed Kennedy, has likely been altered somewhat in order to make it conform to the Warren Commission’s version of the assassination: “it was altered a bit I think. There is a lot of evidence to that effect”, Stone stated. Indeed, for years there have been many indications the Zapruder film was slightly altered or tampered with: Related articles 8 Famous People Whose Creativity & Innovation Was Inspired By LSD Seeds of Death: Unveiling The Lies of GMO’s – Full Movie A Million Mummies and One is a Giant NASA Confirms Extraterrestrial Life DOES Exist On Other Planets 1948: Unusual Sightings […] Read More

President Kennedy

Roger Craig was a deputy Sheriff in Dallas at the time of the assassination of President Kennedy. He was a member of a group of men from Dallas County Sheriff James Eric “Bill” Decker’s office that was directed to stand out in front of the Sheriff’s office on Main Street (at the corner of Houston) and “take no part whatsoever in the security of that motorcade.” Once he heard the first shot, Roger Craig immediately bolted towards Houston Street. His participation in the formative hours of the investigation during the rest of that day and into the evening included observations and experiences that would have single-handedly destroyed the Warren Commission fairy tale before a grand jury or a Congressional investigation. Roger Craig was named the Dallas Sheriff’s Department “Officer of the Year” in 1960 by the Dallas Traffic Commission. He received four promotions while he was deputy Sheriff. Among […] Read More

NOMENCLATURE OF AN ASSASSINATION CABAL

by William Torbitt © NOTICE This manuscript is the result of research and investigation by the investigator and author. It is compiled for the sole purpose of research and the statements and averments of fact contained herein are the result of investigation and research of agencies both private and public. The purpose of this document is to place into perspective such research and investigative findings and is to be used only at a time in the future when it may be legally published and circulated as an historical document. The name of the author is a cognomen and nom de plume. CITATIONS The following abbreviated form of citation is used in this work: References to the testimony in the 26 Volumes of the Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy are cited as follows: C.H. for Commission Hearings, the volume numbers in Roman numerals and […] Read More

A SKELETON KEY TO THE GEMSTONE FILES 2

FILE #2 OF 4 FOR THIS DOCUMENT Regarding Lee Harvey Oswald: Officer Tippitt was dispatched in his police radio car to the Oak Cliff Section, where Oswald had rented a room. Tippett may have met Oswald on the street. He may have been supposed to kill Oswald, but something went wrong. Tippett was shot by two men using revolvers. The “witness”, Domingo Benavides, who used Tippitt’s police car radio to report “we’ve had a shooting here”, may have been one of the men who shot him. (A Domingo Benavides” appeares in connection with the Martin Luther King shooting also.) Oswald went to the movies. A “shoe store manager” told the theatre cashier that a suspicious looking man had sneaked in without paying. Fifteen assorted cops and FBI charged out to the movie theatre to look for the guy who had sneaked in. Oswald had a pistol that wouldn’t fire. […] Read More

1993: THE KENNEDY FILES 1, 2, & 3

FILE #1 January 3, 1992 Copyright 1992 by Mark D. Turner WHY CARE? Many people have the opinion that the assassination of President John  F. Kennedy is ancient history and it really doesn’t matter who killed him. It’s been over 28 years now, so why care? Anyone else involved might not even be alive anymore. If they are, how could you prove them guilty after so long? Probably the most important reason is that Kennedy was the manThere’s probably many reasons to care about such an old case. History buffs would be interested even if it had been 528 years ago. People who were alive at the time might care because they thought so highly of the young President. After all, he was a man with the visions of creating the Peace Corp, sending a man to the moon, starting to with- draw troops from Vietnam as early as 1963, saving America from the clutches of the Federal […] Read More

THE COWTOWN CONNECTION

  by M. Duke Lane (CIS ID: 76004,2356) Harold Weisberg once said about his Whitewash works that “there are no theories in my books… they’re factual.”[1] The sentiment about factuality has been echoed by many respectable researchers, who insist that “the Kennedy case ought to be treated as a homicide, which is what it is.” Aren’t we pressing for a final, legal investigation of the JFK murder to view all of the evidence, new and old, holding it to the constraints of our legal system? A common refrain, after all, is that the Warren Commission‘s investigation and “conviction” of Lee Oswald would never have held up in a true adversarial judicial proceeding. Interestingly, we don’t seem to hold ourselves to the same constraints. If one researcher discovers something, even in error, we are apparently permitted to cite that person’s work, without certification, as established fact. Many people complain when […] Read More

2010: Retired FBI Agent Says Oswald Didn’t Kill Kennedy

Suzanne Stratford Fox 8 News Reporter 9:44 PM EDT, August 22, 2010  Video- http://www.fox8.com/news/wjw-news-don-adams-president-kennedy-assassination-story,0,6504699.story AKRON, Ohio – A retired FBI Agent from Summit County is making claims regarding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy that go beyond conspiracy theories. Don Adams speaks clearly and concisely when describing the events of November 22, 1963, the day President Kennedy was killed, and he doesn’t waiver from his position that Lee Harvey Oswald did not kill President John F. Kennedy in Dallas. “It is a fact,” says Adams, and he says he has the FBI documents to prove it. At his home in Akron, Ohio, Adams is surrounded by thousands of reports and records from the National Archives and Records Administration. His name appears on many of the papers, but he says other reports have been doctored, or are missing, “Everything I had done is gone. It’s all gone,” Adams said. […] Read More

2007: President Gerald R. Ford Writes His Final Book on the JFK Assassination

Posted on : 2007-11-19 | Author : FlatSigned Press News Category : PressRelease WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 /PRNewswire/ — On the first ever anniversary of the John F. Kennedy assassination since the passing of Gerald R. Ford who was the final surviving member of the Warren Commission, publisher Tim Miller releases President Ford’s final comments on the JFK assassination with this exclusive book. Ford and his publisher argued over what information to include in this, Ford’s final book which was released after his death. “I believe Ford and others knew more about the JFK assassination,” says Tim Miller who is publisher of this book authored by the late Gerald Ford. This newly released book from Ford is part of a collection of his last written comments in book format on the subject of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. This week is the first ever anniversary since the passing of […] Read More