July 15, 1967, NBC Airs U.S. Attorney Jim Garrison “Your President Was Not Killed by One Assassin” UPDATED

by Yvonne Burton

I originally posted this last year but I am updating in light of finding out that J. Edgar Hoover was concerned about the public not believing the lone gunman theory and in light of the lack of accountability for the members who acted out their “insurance policy” against our duly elected president. The rabbit hole is deeper than most people imagine….

Lee Harvey Oswald | Biography, Facts, & Death | Britannica

UPDATEThis NBC News story from 2017 reveals something profound that was released in the 2,700 JFK classified documents unredacted. NBC claimed it was unlikely there would be anything revealed that was groundbreaking. Media tends to minimize what they don’t want you to focus on. I would say this tidbit is more than groundbreaking…..

​”Referring to Nicholas Katzenbach, the deputy attorney general at the time, Hoover dictated: “The thing I am concerned about, and so is Mr. Katzenbach, is having something issued so we can convince the public that Oswald is the real assassin.”

However, another one of the newly released documents includes an excerpt of a 1975 interview with CIA Director Richard Helms for the Rockefeller Commission, established by President Ford to examine the CIA’s covert activities. The document includes this question: “Is there any information involved with the assassination of President Kennedy which in any way shows that Lee Harvey Oswald was in some way a CIA agent or an agent…” But the document ends there, with the question incomplete and no answer from Helms.”

Hoover was concerned the public might not believe Oswald was the lone shooter? The head of the FBI was concerned the public wasn’t buying what they were selling?

Why no answer to the question of Oswald being a CIA asset or not? Wouldn’t a simple no suffice….if he wasn’t?

Half the general public did not believe the Warren Commission’s findings on Oswald being the lone gunman and this concerned the CIA and the FBI enough to discuss a strategy for combating these “conspiracy theorists” with propaganda of their own. Being called a conspiracy theorist is now what they call anyone who is over a target they don’t want exposed. Let’s look at a couple of other points about the Warren Commission you probably don’t know.

Gerald Ford secretly provided information on the Commission to the FBI
While serving as a leading member of the Warren Commission, future U.S. President Gerald Ford also acted as an inside informant for J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI.”

Basically Hoover’s FBI had a spy leaking them information who was one of the leaders of the Warren Commission. Reminds me of Jamie Gorelick being on the 9/11 commission.

Chief Justice Earl Warren was a close friend of the Kennedy family, and his personal attachment may have interfered with his duties to the Commission. In one of the most infamous episodes of the investigation, Warren denied his fellow Commission members access to Kennedy’s autopsy photos because he deemed them too disturbingHe later refused to allow the Commission to interview certain witnesses whom Lee Harvey Oswald may have known in Mexico, and even tried to block an interview with first lady Jackie Kennedy because he didn’t want to invade her privacy.”

Basically the Warren Commission was denied essential evidence. One of the most prolific events to happen in history and procedures that would happen in a trial didn’t happen during the Warren Commission. Maybe like the 9/11 Commission and the Special Council on Trump, they weren’t meant to get to the bottom of things but to cover-up things.

You may not be aware that there was a second investigation into the JFK assassination.

A second government investigation came to a different conclusion.​ In 1979, the HSCA stated that acoustic evidence from a Dallas police officer’s radio showed it was likely that two shooters had fired on Kennedy’s limousine, and it concluded that the assassination “probably” involved a conspiracy. Although subsequent investigations have cast doubt on the radio evidence, the HSCA’s report helped fuel public dissatisfaction with the efforts of the Warren Commission.”

So, the House of Representatives in 1979, came to the conclusion there were two shooters and “probably” involved a conspiracy. But they are going to continue labeling people doubting the governments unbelievable claims as conspiracy theorists.

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