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Excerpt: "Newly released documents from long-secret Kennedy assassination files raise startling questions about what top agency officials knew and when they knew it."

'Even after 54 years, some government officials apparently still want to keep secrets about this seminal event in U.S. history.' (photo: AP)
'Even after 54 years, some government officials apparently still want to keep secrets about this seminal event in U.S. history.' (photo: AP)


How the CIA Came to Doubt the Official Story of JFK's Murder

By Philip Shenon and Larry J. Sabato, Politico

07 August 17

 

fter the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in November 1963, the CIA appeared eager, even desperate, to embrace the version of events being offered by the FBI, the Secret Service and other parts of the government. The official story: that a delusional misfit and self-proclaimed Marxist named Lee Harvey Oswald killed the president in Dallas with his $21 mail-order rifle and there was no evidence of a conspiracy, foreign or domestic. Certainly, the CIA’s leaders told the Warren Commission, the independent panel that investigated the murder, there was no evidence of a conspiracy that the spy agency could have foiled.

But thousands of pages of long-secret, assassination-related documents released by the National Archives last week show that, within a few years of Kennedy’s murder, some in the CIA began to worry internally that the official story was wrong—an alarm the agency never sounded publicly.

Specifically, key CIA officials were concerned by the mid-1970s that the agency, the FBI, the Secret Service and the White House commission led by Chief Justice Earl Warren had never followed up on important clues about Oswald’s contact with foreign agents, including diplomats and spies for the Communist governments of Cuba and the Soviet Union, who might have been aware of his plans to kill Kennedy and even encouraged the plot. (There is no credible evidence cited in the documents released so far that Cuban leader Fidel Castro or other foreign leaders had any personal role in ordering Kennedy’s murder.)

The CIA documents also offer tantalizing speculation about the chain of events in late 1963 that explained Oswald’s motives for killing Kennedy, which have previously never been established with certainty—how he may have become enraged after reading a detailed article in his hometown newspaper in New Orleans in September suggesting that his hero Castro had been targeted for assassination by the Kennedy administration. According to that theory, Oswald, who had rifle training in the Marine Corps, then set out to seek vengeance on Castro’s behalf—to kill Kennedy before the American president managed to kill the Cuban leader.

If that proved true, it would have raised a terrible question for the CIA: Was it possible that JFK’s assassination was, directly or indirectly, blowback for the spy agency’s plots to kill Castro? It would eventually be acknowledged the CIA had, in fact, repeatedly tried to assassinate Castro, sometimes in collusion with the Mafia, throughout Kennedy’s presidency. The CIA’s arsenal of weapons against Castro included a fungus-infected scuba suit, a poison-filled hypodermic needle hidden in a pen—and even an exploding cigar. The Warren Commission, never told about the CIA’s Castro plots, mostly ducked the question of Oswald’s motives, other than saying in its final report that he had expressed a “hatred for American society.”

JFK historians and the nation’s large army of private assassination researchers are still scrambling to make sense of the latest batch of tens of thousands of pages of previously secret CIA and FBI documents that were unsealed last week by the National Archives. The documents—441 files that had previously been withheld entirely, along with 3,369 other documents that had been previously released only in part—were made public under terms of a 1992 law that requires the unsealing of all JFK assassination-related documents by October, the law’s 25-year deadline.

Since the release last week, researchers do not appear to have identified any single document that could be labeled a bombshell or that rewrites the history of the assassination in any significant way. Many of the documents, which were made public only online, are duplicates of files that had been released years earlier. Other documents are totally illegible or refer to CIA and FBI code names and pseudonyms that even experienced researchers will take months to decipher. Several documents are written in foreign languages.

Still, the newly released documents may offer an intriguing glimpse of what comes next. The National Archives is required to unseal a final batch of about 3,100 never-before-seen JFK-assassination files by the October deadline, assuming the move is not blocked by President Donald Trump. Under the 1992 Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act, the president is the only person empowered to stop the release. (Congressional and other government officials have told us in confidence that at least two federal agencies—likely the CIA and FBI—are expected to appeal to Trump to block the unsealing of at least some of the documents. Even after 54 years, some government officials apparently still want to keep secrets about this seminal event in U.S. history. The CIA and FBI acknowledged earlier this year they are conducting a final review of the documents, but have been unwilling to say if they will ask the president to block some from being released.)

None of the files released last week undermines the Warren Commission’s finding that Oswald killed Kennedy with shots fired from his perch on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository in Dallas’ Dealey Plaza—a conclusion supported by 21st century forensic analysis—and that there was no credible evidence of a second gunman.

But the new documents do revive the question of why the CIA, so skeptical internally of many of the commission’s other findings by the 1970s, never acknowledged those suspicions to later government investigators—or to the public. Documents released decades ago show that CIA and FBI officials repeatedly misled—and often lied outright—to Chief Justice Warren and his commission, probably to hide evidence of the agencies’ bungling in their surveillance of Oswald before the president’s murder. The CIA appears also to have been determined to block the commission from stumbling on to evidence that might reveal the agency’s assassination plots against Castro and other foreign leaders.

In 2013, the CIA’s in-house historian concluded that the spy agency had conducted a “benign cover-up” during the Warren Commission’s investigation in 1963 and 1964 in hopes of keeping the commission focused on “what the Agency believed was the ‘best truth’ — that Lee Harvey Oswald, for as yet undetermined motives, had acted alone in killing John Kennedy.”

But what if the “best truth” was wrong? According to documents made public last week, the CIA was alarmed by the mid-1970s to realize that no one had properly followed up on clues about an especially mysterious chapter in Oswald’s life—a six-day, apparently self-financed trip to Mexico City beginning in late September 1963, two months before the assassination. The reason for the trip has never been determined with certainty, although he told his wife, Marina, that he went there to obtain a visa that would allow him to defect to Cuba, much as he had once attempted to defect to the Soviet Union.

The CIA acknowledged long ago that the agency’s Mexico City station had Oswald under surveillance during the trip, and that he met there with Cuban and Soviet diplomats and spies. The CIA station chief said later he was convinced that Oswald had a brief sexual relationship with a Mexican woman who worked in the Cuban consulate. Although there is no credible evidence of Soviet involvement in the assassination, Oswald’s other contacts in Mexico included—shockingly enough—a KGB assassinations expert who doubled as an accredited Soviet diplomat. A top-secret June 1964 FBI report, made public in the 1990s but apparently never seen by key investigators for the Warren Commission, suggests that Oswald was overheard threatening to kill Kennedy during his visits to the Cuban diplomatic compound in Mexico.

The files released last week also show that the CIA and other agencies failed to pursue clues that Oswald, who publicly championed Castro’s revolution even while serving in the Marine Corps, had been in contact with Cuban diplomats years before the Mexico trip—possibly as early as 1959, when he was deployed to a military base in Southern California. The information initially came to the FBI and the Warren Commission from a fellow Marine who recalled how Oswald boasted about his contacts with Cuban diplomats in Los Angeles, where Castro’s government then had an office.

The account from the fellow Marine was of “a lot more possible operational significance” than was realized in the months after the assassination but was never “run down or developed by investigation,” according to a 1975 CIA internal memo released last week. “The record of the beginning of OSWALD’s relationship with the Cubans starts with a question mark.”

That 27-page memo, which does not identify its author, is among the most intriguing of the documents in last week’s batch unsealed by the National Archives. Copies of the document were found inside larger CIA files released last week, including thick agency files labeled HELMS HEARING DUPLICATE. That seems to suggest the memo was given to former Director of Central Intelligence Richard Helms, who led the agency from 1966 to 1973, when he was later summoned to testify secretly to Congress about his involvement in the CIA assassination plots against Castro and other foreign leaders. Similar documents about the Kennedy assassination and Oswald were written in the 1970s by a senior CIA counterintelligence official, Raymond Rocca, who had served as the agency’s chief liaison to the Warren Commission.

Labeled “SECRET” and stamped “REPRODUCTION PROHIBITED” on each page, the 1975 memo lists several important clues about Oswald that went unexplored in the months and years after Kennedy’s death. (Versions of the same CIA memo were part of the flood of millions of pages of documents released after the 1992 law, although it has never attracted detailed attention outside a small circle of assassination researchers. Brian Latell, a respected former CIA analyst on Cuban intelligence, cited a version of the document in his 2012 book Castro’s Secrets, which suggested much closer links between Oswald and Cuba than had previously been known.)

The 1975 document noted the failure of the CIA, FBI and the Warren Commission to interview a key witness in Mexico City—Silvia Duran, the Mexican woman who worked in the Cuban consulate and was reported to have had the affair with Oswald. She is the “sole live witness on the record regarding Oswald’s activities,” yet her testimony “was taken and presented, solely, by the Mexican governmental authorities,” the CIA memo said. Duran, who is still alive, has repeatedly insisted she had no sexual relationship with Oswald, although she readily acknowledges that she helped him with his unsuccessful visa application for Cuba.

It was that same CIA memo that offered a detailed theory of the chain of events that led Oswald to kill Kennedy—how Oswald, who lived in his hometown of New Orleans for much of 1963, may have been inspired to assassinate the president if, as seemed probable, he read an article on Monday, September 9, in the local newspaper, that suggested Castro was targeted for murder by the United States.

The article, written by a reporter for The Associated Press in Havana and then published prominently in the Times-Picayune, was an account of an AP interview with Castro two days earlier, in which the Cuban strongman angrily warned the Kennedy administration that he was aware of U.S. assassination plots aimed at Cuban leaders, presumably including him, and was prepared to retaliate. The article quoted Castro as saying: “U.S. leaders would be in danger if they helped in any attempt to do away with leaders of Cuba.”

The CIA memo suggested that if Oswald, who was known to be an “avid reader” of the Times-Picayune, saw the article, it might have put the idea in his head to kill Kennedy as retaliation for the threat the United States posed to Castro—an idea that would have been in his mind as he left for his trip to Mexico that month. The possibility that Oswald read the article “must be considered of great significance in light of the pathological evolution of Oswald’s passive/aggressive makeup” and “his identification with Fidel Castro and the Cuban revolution,” the CIA memo said.

Immediately after the assassination, the CIA’s Mexico City station warned CIA headquarters that the AP article might contain a vital clue about Oswald’s motives for killing Kennedy—and even about possible Cuban involvement. But according to the 1975 analysis, “There is no evidence in the files on the Kennedy assassination that the Castro interview was considered in following up leads or in dealing with the Warren Commission, although Mexico Station specifically directed headquarters to the AP story very shortly after the Dallas killing.”

Previously released internal documents from the Warren Commission show that one of the commission’s most aggressive staff lawyers believed that Castro’s remarks to the AP—and the possibility that Oswald read the article—might be of great significance in explaining Oswald’s motives. But the internal files show that more senior staff members decided against any reference to the AP article in the commission’s final report for fear of feeding conspiracy theories about a possible Cuban link to Kennedy’s death. It does not reflect well on the legacy of either the CIA or the commission that, half a century after those gunshots rang out in Dealey Plaza, the newly released documents suggest that at least some of those conspiracy theories might be true.


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+18 # lorenbliss 2017-08-07 16:03
We should question the double-edged meme that is being built from this material.

Firstly -- and most obviously -- there is how it bolsters the hysterically anti-Russian war-mongering and its long-simmering "invade Cuba" corollary.

But secondly -- and most importantly -- there is the fact the conspiratorial explanation for the assassination of President Kennedy is a vital part of our evolving rejection of Capitalism.

Therefore any documentation that supports the official one-gunman/magi c-bullet hypothesis also acquits the Capitalists of their presumed guilt and thereby supports the perpetuation of Capitalism.

In other words, the lone-gunman/magi c-bullet theory indicts only one shooter and not the Capitalist/impe rialist/militar ist tyranny that is implicitly indicted by any and all hypotheses of assassination conspiracies.

With Capitalism now inevitably metamorphosing into fascism -- into JesuNazism here in the United States -- it is thus fully revealed as the murderous moral imbecility it is. Capitalism is therefore discredited accordingly. In fact, amongst younger USians, it is despised as never before.

Hence do not doubt our overlords and their Deep State vassals will do everything imaginable to defend the Capitalist ethos. Hence too the grave danger they will use this newly released material to intensify their war-mongering abroad and reinforce their demands for zero-tolerance despotism at home.
 
 
+1 # Caliban 2017-08-09 14:47
"Capitalism is therefore ... despised as never before". Really? Why do we have a "President Trump" then? Surely the Trumpster is a "Capitalist" with a capital "C".
 
 
+17 # ecoforestree 2017-08-07 17:35
Ha ha ha! Still focusing on the lone assassin theory. Ha ha ha!
 
 
+25 # Jack Radey 2017-08-07 18:11
What an amazing pile! The CIA was no doubt concerned about the official story of the JFK assassination was so weak. Because if anyone bothered to do some checking it would become dead obvious. Oswald didn't do the shooting, someone else did, and Oswald was set up as the patsy. A Marxist who defected to the USSR. And then was welcomed home. Right. Who had worked at a US Marine intel facility before defecting. Oh yeah. And then set up his local Fair Play for Cuba office... in the same building with two violent anti-Castro groups who worked with CIA. Right.

The most likely conspiracy to kill the President was run by a gentleman named Cord Meyer, who was a high ranking operative for... the Central Intelligence Agency.

Gerald Ford was the only commission member who was eager to swallow the "The Commies Did It!!" story. Officially the administration wanted the Lone Nut theory out there, to prevent the GOP from demanding nuclear war with the USSR and the invasion of Cuba, using this as a pretext. (Remember Goldwater?) It was an open secret in DC that it was our own intelligence service, employing mobsters as they had against Castro, to whack the president for moving away from the Cold War. After October, 1962, JFK figured it out, that we were headed for the abyss, and wanted to pull back: on nukes, on Vietnam, on Cuba. That would have been terrible for some people's business, so, badda bing, badda boom.
 
 
+17 # Emmanuel Goldstein 2017-08-07 18:16
Just more whitewashing of what really happened.
 
 
+21 # markovchhaney 2017-08-07 18:18
Really deep article on the JFK assassination that manages to never mention Allen Dulles = worthless verbiage that hasn't gotten better in the couple of days since I first read it. This isn't investigative journalism, it's nonsense.
 
 
+15 # Femihumanist 2017-08-07 18:50
This is why "bi-partisan" Commissions are a disaster. Investigative Commissions have to be non-partisan. Pure investigators and researchers without sides, parties, superiors, or any incentive to negotiate and compromise between "sides".
 
 
+13 # MendoChuck 2017-08-07 19:04
WHOA . . . Here we go again!
And this time the CIA had doubts.

'Nuff said about that folks!
 
 
+8 # randrjwr 2017-08-09 11:31
Quoting MendoChuck:
WHOA . . . Here we go again!
And this time the CIA had doubts.

'Nuff said about that folks!


Doubts my a**! They helped do it.
 
 
+17 # jwb110 2017-08-07 19:04
All governments lie. Given the Zapruder film and a lot of prevaricating by the government and its intelligence community I began to think long ago that Oswald had nothing to do with the assassination. If any one is still alive to remember it there were a whole bunch of people on the commission who met untimely deaths after the commission solidified its findings. Dorothy Kilgallen, who was on the commission, was heard to say to her hairdresser, "I am going to blow the lid off this Commission.", was dead the next day. Alcohol and Barbiturate overdose was said to be the cause of death.
It all begins to get a little malodorous from then on out. If the government and the intelligence community are still involved we, the people, will never be told the truth.
I have always surmised that it was an "inside" job.
 
 
+19 # futhark 2017-08-07 19:39
'Even after 54 years, some government officials apparently still want to keep secrets about this seminal event in U.S. history."

There is no doubt this statement is true. The reason behind the CIA being reluctant to release new evidence on the Kennedy killing is that the public will be made more aware how CIA hit-man operations have been politically decisive in domestic as well as foreign governments. With both Jack and Robert Kennedy removed from continuing in or moving into the White House, the clandestine activity of both the CIA and the military was more likely to remain unchallenged. Both Kennedys would have probably brought US involvement in the Vietnam war to a close, costing defense contractors billions in lost profits. The CIA is the Military Industrial Complex's strong arm.
 
 
+13 # AshamedAmerican 2017-08-07 19:44
Are these newly released documents being used to stir up more anti-Russia sentiment? Will a future article connect the Putin Regime to Oswald?

Anyone can see an actual video of the event that shows that JFK was finished off by a shot from the front right. Therefore, we know it was not Oswald shooting from behind.

We also then know that the Warren Commission, the media etc were part of a cover-up.

And that makes this story, at best, a case of barking up the wrong tree, in the wrong forest, or at worst, intentional propaganda.
 
 
+14 # Pluto 2017-08-07 20:00
Oswald did not kill JFK. See "The Men Who Killed Kennedy" on YouTube. There are tapes of assassins in Miami talking about shooting Kennedy there, before he even went to Dallas. Listen to Danny Sheehan's interviews on YouTube. There is so much evidence that it was a conspiracy it's absurd that this article would perpetuate the myth of Oswald as the shooter.
 
 
+5 # Trixie 2017-08-08 14:03
Yes, assassination attempts were planned for both Chicago and Florida but didn't pan out so they finally got him in Dallas
 
 
+16 # wantrealdemocracy 2017-08-07 20:22
Lee Harvy Oswald was just what he said he was---a patsy. A guy who was set up to take the blame. There are pictures of him down at the door way watching as Kennedy drove past. He was not up stairs with a cheap rifle that could not hit a steady target 15 feet away.

There were many shooters. The open car Kennedy rode in was full of bullet holes.
Kennedy was shot from the front and the back, from above and below.

Who benefits? Johnson.
 
 
+3 # Observer 47 2017-08-08 14:49
Interesting you'd mention Johnson. The History Channel aired an episode a number of years ago that presented significant evidence that Johnson, at the very least, facilitated the assassination. Or at most, was a key player. There was an outcry about the program, The History Channel was forced to disavow it, there was an apology made to the Johnson family, and the program has never been shown again, to my knowledge. The evidence it brought out was most compelling, however.
 
 
+23 # dandevries 2017-08-07 21:19
Oh please. There is a very good reason the CIA has official doubts about the official story of the JFK murder. That's because any number of CIA operatives know the CIA was responsible for the assassination.
 
 
+11 # Trath Mutters 2017-08-07 22:15
I rather doubt most of the above article.
We are being conned by the minions of the
culprits in my estimation Try this to start:

https://kennedysandking.com/john-f-kennedy-articles/the-larry-and-phil-show.
 
 
+13 # Anonymot 2017-08-08 02:04
Where in the world have you guys been? From the days of Mark Lane's RUSH TO JUDGMENT to the film EVERYTHING IS A RICH MAN'S TRICK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1Qt6a-vaNM or the interviews of Madeleine Duncan Brown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2lZJM2yuiY&t=52s
Kay Griggs and a growing host of others it has been apparent to anyone involved in researching the assassination of JFK that the CIA was up to their ears in the affair.

Today, it is chic to attach anything that demeans Russia wherever possible - such as Oswald's communist bent - but the murder itself was a homegrown event. It was an all-American event involving the CIA, the Mafia, and the top end of the US government. The who and how are perfectly well known.

The mystery is over, but the CIA, Mafia and Texas politicians are still protected. Why?
 
 
+4 # Trixie 2017-08-08 19:53
Because, as the documentary says, EVERYTHING IS A RICH MAN'S TRICK. Excellent documentary, Thanks!
 
 
+6 # ericlipps 2017-08-08 07:18
All kinds of questions are, but consider just one: how is it that Oswald wasn't kicked out of the Marines for his vocal support of Castro? Was he protected by higher-ups who had their own uses for a loud-mouthed leftist?
 
 
+14 # David Starr 2017-08-08 09:21
Quoting: "Was it possible that JFK’s assassination was, directly or indirectly, blowback for the spy agency’s plots to kill Castro?"

I doubt it. JFK was attempting to reconcile with Cuba and the Soviet Union based on the idea that there can be more than one type of economic system in the world, and that continued hostility could lead to nuclear destruction; as it almost did with the Cuban Missile Crisis.

After hearing about the assassination, Castro said, "This is bad."
 
 
+13 # Observer 47 2017-08-08 14:53
Exactly. JFK had begun an unofficial correspondence with Castro. They had reached an understanding, and, had Kennedy lived, relations may have been normalized. Similar situation with Khrushchev.
 
 
+16 # openbordersneocon 2017-08-08 09:56
Still pitching the Oswald killed JFK theory. The CIA dumped cheap cocaine in the USA in the 1980's and is choreographing the avalanche of dirt cheap double pure heroin saturating the suburbs right now via Kabul.
 
 
+16 # yolo 2017-08-08 10:41
"The CIA and FBI acknowledged earlier this year they are conducting a final review of the documents, but have been unwilling to say if they will ask the president to block some from being released.)" Do you think these two organizations would allow anything which incriminates them to be released? Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
 
 
+6 # elly105 2017-08-08 21:57
Interesting that that this article doesn't mention good old J. Edgar Hoover. He hated and feared Kennedy and it's hard to believe he's blameless in these events.
 
 
+5 # tm7devils39 2017-08-10 14:03
This article is the worst case I have seen to date of "Fake News". The only person who would believe it is a ten year old who never heard of JFK.
No wonder the US electorate is so ignorant...with sh*t like this messing with our heads.
 
 
+2 # crispy 2017-08-12 19:01
"None of the files released last week undermines the Warren Commission’s finding that Oswald killed Kennedy with shots fired from his perch on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository in Dallas’ Dealey Plaza—a conclusion supported by 21st century forensic analysis—and that there was no credible evidence of a second gunman.'
WOW! Ostwald was the only gunman. A bad shooter (marine records) with a bad riffle (according to arms expert) was CHOSEN to kill the president from a bad location. He was alone but many many bullets hit the car and the "ground was littered w bullets" according to a direct communication with one of his private bodyguards at a lecture around 94!

I recommend the Cspan series I just discovered:
https://www.c-span.org/video/?321702-2/medical-aspects-kennedy-assassinations
several authors Sept 2004 has several parts and Dr AGUILAR's is a must although it is complex and he forgets to end in saying the trajectory was from the FRONT!!
 
 
+1 # crispy 2017-08-14 00:29
"None of the files released last week undermines the Warren Commission’s finding that Oswald killed Kennedy with shots fired from his perch on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository in Dallas’ Dealey Plaza—a conclusion supported by 21st century forensic analysis—and that there was no credible evidence of a second gunman.'
WOW! Ostwald was the only gunman. A bad shooter (marine records) with a bad riffle (according to arms expert) was CHOSEN to kill the president from a bad location. He was alone but many many bullets hit the car and the "ground was littered w bullets" according to a direct communication with one of his private bodyguards at a lecture around 94!

I recommend the Cspan series I just discovered:
https://www.c-span.org/video/?321702-2/medical-aspects-kennedy-assassinations
several authors Sept 2004 has several parts and Dr AGUILAR's is a must although it is complex and he forgets to end in saying the trajectory was from the FRONT!!
 
 
0 # eriks 41 2017-08-18 09:49
Anyone who knows anything about firearms and marksmanship knows that there was absolutely no way that a mediocre shooter with that old crappy rifle could gotten off several shots in that period of time and, even less, manage to hit a moving target at that distance. And Jack Ruby???...Mr. Underworld. This is all our government's coverup and we will never know exactly who the assassins were.
 
 
0 # DonnaBlagg 2017-08-25 08:57
This article is nonsense.
Listen to the YouTube death bed confession of E Howard Hunt who speaks about LBJ's role in the "big event". Then listen to the YouTube interview with James Files, who was the main shooter from the grassy knoll and who begins stating that he never squealed on anyone in the Mafia and that he only does headshots.
 

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