This is probably the best video so far on what was behind JFK and 9/11 we have had so far. However, every video is a cameo in putting in relief what is possible to say at any possible time. So there will be missing parts to be covered by later videos.
E. Howard Hunt & David Atlee Phillips - two key planners & perpetrators of the crime
James Files is the JFK assassin Chicago mob hitman from the Grassy Knoll and here he talks about actually blowing the back of US President John F. Kennedy's head off with his Remington Fireball rifle. He was in Dallas with mobsters Johnny Roselli and Charlie Nicoletti and the operation was handled by David Atlee Phillips at the CIA.
James Files knows he'll never be prosecuted for the murder because he was effectively hired by Vice-President Lyndon Johnson, the CIA and the FBI. He's had three attempts on his life so has decided to speak out about his role in the 1963 JFK assassination as a kind of 'life insurance' while in prison.
Mob hitman who says he was the man on the grassy knoll and killed JFK to be released - and he still insists he did it
James Files claims in the documentary I Killed JFK that he was the man who killed President John F. Kennedy
Files was moved from a high security jail to a less secure one in Illinois as he prepares for his release next spring after 36 years behind bars
Files says he was standing on the grassy knoll in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963 and fired the shot that killed Pres. Kennedy
He also claims that Lee Harvey Oswald never fired a single shot, and that his boss Charles 'Chuck' Nicoletti was in the book depository
Files claims that the CIA turned against Kennedy after the Bay of Pigs Invasion and plotted with the mafia to kill the president
By ALEXANDRA KLAUSNER FOR DAILYMAIL.COM and CHRIS SPARGO - PUBLISHED 08 November 2015
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3308941/Mob-hitman-James-Files -stands-claims-man-responsible-President-John-F-Kennedy-s-assassinatio n-prepares-release.html
Confession of Howard Hunt http://www.prisonplanet.com/audio/300407jfktape.mp3
Legendary CIA spy and convicted Watergate conspirator E. Howard Hunt.
Before his death in January 2007, CIA master spy and convicted Watergate conspirator Howard Hunt confessed to being peripherally involved in the assassination of President Kennedy, and named several other participants.
In notes and conversations with his son Saint John, and in an audiotape he created in 2004 to be played after his death, Hunt described being invited into the "big event" at a Miami safehouse in 1963. Others named in the plot:
Frank Sturgis, an anti-Castro paramilitary closely associated with Hunt. Sturgis was one of the Watergate burglars.
David Morales, Chief of Operations at the CIA's JMWAVE station in Miami. Morales himself told a few close associates of his involvement.
David Phillips, CIA propaganda specialist and later Chief of Western Hemisphere Division. Phillips was assigned to Mexico City during the mysterious trip of Lee Harvey Oswald, or someone using his name, to that city in the fall of 1963.
Antonio Veciana, Cuban exile leader of Alpha 66. Veciana told the HSCA that a "Maurice Bishop," thought by many to be Phillips, pointed out Lee Harvey Oswald to him.
William Harvey, a CIA officer who ran the ZR/RIFLE "executive action" program. Harvey fell out of favor with the Kennedys when he sent sabotage teams into Cuba during the 1962 Missile Crisis.
Cord Meyer, a high-level CIA officer whose ex-wife Mary Meyer was having an affair with JFK.
French Gunman Grassy Knoll. Hunt's chart included an unnamed French hit man on the infamous grassy knoll.
Lyndon Johnson, Vice-President.
Hunt says he declined active participation but did have a "benchwarmer" role in the plot. In the tape excerpt made available so far, Hunt made no claims which would prove his allegations. However, the people he names have all been suspects in the assassination for some time, and many of them worked closely together in anti-Castro operations.
In the "smoking gun" tape which helped drive him from office, President Richard Nixon said this of Hunt: "You open that scab there's a hell of a lot of things..." He then instructed Chief of Staff H.R. Haldeman to take a message to CIA Director Richard Helms, asking Helms to intervene in the FBI's early Watergate investigation because "the President believes that it is going to open the whole Bay of Pigs thing up again." In his book The Ends of Power, Haldeman described Helms' reaction: "Turmoil in the room. Helms gripping the arms of his chair leaning forward and shouting, 'The Bay of Pigs had nothing to do with this. I have no concern about the Bay of Pigs'." Haldeman came to believe that the "Bay of Pigs" referred to the Kennedy assassination.
Some will accept Hunt's confession as the truth. For others, Hunt's naming of LBJ at the top of the plot will be seen as a bit of "spin" to present the assassination as a "rogue operation," deflecting attention from higher-level sponsors within the government. For that matter, Hunt was not necessarily in a position to know the ultimate authors of the conspiracy.
For others, the confession will be dismissed, seen as a parting gift to a ne'er-do-well son or perhaps a "last laugh" on America.
Still, it is striking how this confession from such a famous person is not considered newsworthy by the New York Times, Washington Post, or other major news deciders. "Someone would have talked," goes the old refrain. This presumes that there is someone listening.
'Richard M. Nixon press conference releasing the transcripts of the White House tapes, 04/29/1974.
Nixon's ties to the assassination of President Kennedy run deep, from his association with Jack Ruby, his ties to Jimmy Hoffa and the Mafia, and his connection to CIA operative E. Howard Hunt. On a tape recorded in Nixon's White House office in 1972 he told two top aides that the Warren Commission Report pulled off "the greatest hoax that has ever been perpetuated." No one knew that better than he did...........'
And, of course, the birth of the 'Weaponised' term 'Conspiracy Theorists' by the CIA.
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