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Lawsuit Seeks Release of Proof CIA Was Involved With the Assassination of JFK

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Lawsuit Seeks Release of Proof CIA Was Involved With the Assassination of JFK

Lawsuit Seeks Release of Proof CIA Was Involved With the Assassination of JFK

Lawsuit Seeks Release of , Proof CIA Was Involved With , the Assassination of JFK .

According to a prominent expert on the assassination of John F.

Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald was part of a CIA plot to frame Cuban leader Fidel Castro in 1963.

According to a prominent expert on the assassination of John F.

Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald was part of a CIA plot to frame Cuban leader Fidel Castro in 1963.

'The Independent' reports that the claims were made by Jefferson Morley at a press conference for the Mary Ferrell Foundation on December 5.

'The Independent' reports that the claims were made by Jefferson Morley at a press conference for the Mary Ferrell Foundation on December 5.

In October, the organization filed a lawsuit looking to force the release of all classified information that has been withheld from the American people for almost 60 years.

This is an extraordinarily serious claim and it has profound implications for the official story.

The CIA knew far more about the lone gunmen than they are even admitting today, Jefferson Morley, JFK Expert, via 'The Independent' .

Since the assassination, the CIA has maintained that it was not involved with the assassination of the U.S. president.

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According to Morley, then-CIA director John McCone lied when he told the Warren Commission that the covert agency possessed no information regarding Oswald.

According to Morley, then-CIA director John McCone lied when he told the Warren Commission that the covert agency possessed no information regarding Oswald.

What the CIA is hiding is what they’ve always hidden, which is their sources and methods as they relate to Lee Harvey Oswald.

We’re talking about smoking-gun proof of a CIA operation involving Lee Harvey Oswald, Jefferson Morley, JFK Expert, via 'The Independent' .

What the CIA is hiding is what they’ve always hidden, which is their sources and methods as they relate to Lee Harvey Oswald.

We’re talking about smoking-gun proof of a CIA operation involving Lee Harvey Oswald, Jefferson Morley, JFK Expert, via 'The Independent' .

'The Independent' reports that the press briefing comes just days before the FBI and CIA are expected to disclose any remaining files regarding Kennedy's assassination.

'The Independent' reports that the press briefing comes just days before the FBI and CIA are expected to disclose any remaining files regarding Kennedy's assassination.

Last year, the National Archives released almost 1,500 documents relating to assassination.

The agency has until December 15 to publish the remaining files, per a deadline set by President Joe Biden in 2021


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