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I believe that what former CIA Director Allen Dulles was responsible for in JFK's assassination was: 1) helping to originate the plot; 2) beginning the process of gathering conspirators either directly (for men like Hoover, Nixon, and LBJ), or through intermediaries (for men like E. Howard Hunt, and Lucien Conein); 3) reassuring individuals who became nervous as the date approached; 4) making certain that the investigation of the crime was done by a group that the conspirators could control through the information the group received. This meant a special, Unconstitutional Commission, rather than Congressional Committees or Federal Grand Juries. Given the hatred that Dulles loyalists had for JFK, there were probably several other members of the CIA actively involved. On that list I believe you can include David Atlee Phillips and Cord Meyer; estranged husband of Mary Pinchot Meyer, the closest thing JFK had to a full-time mistress, herself a murder victim within a year.

That was more than enough.

Two people at the FBI--Hoover and Tolson, the number one and two men at the FBI: you didn't need anyone else.

Two or Three Mob Bosses--Carlos Marcello representing himself and Santos Trafficante; Jack Ruby, who with Don Smith represented both the Chicago Outfit and Tony Accardo, as well as West Coast and Las Vegas gambling interests; Nixon and Teamster Larry Campbell, representing the Northeastern Mob interests, including New York City's Five Families. (Accardo to me is still the great unknown in the JFK assassination. Sam Giacana and Johnny Roselli--prominently mentioned in every "the Mob helped hit JFK" conspiracy--were Accardo's underbosses--COO's to Accardo's CEO--and wouldn't have undertaken such a risky endeavor without Accardo's blessing. Yet, no mention is ever made of Accardo, in JFK conspiracy theories. Why?) Cliff Carter, Bill Decker, and Mac Wallace weren't "Mob" per se , but they certainly were, in every way that counted, the Texas equivalent.

Plutocrats for funding--H.L. Hunt, Murchison, Brown, Sheffield, Smith, McCloy and whoever among the wealthy Eastern Establishment that Nixon and McCloy were representing at that meeting: there was more than enough money there available for the estimated $1,500,000.00 that murdering President Kennedy reportedly cost, effectively staging a coup d'état against the government of the United States.

I feel I should add two further caveats, before I leave the origins and upper level conspirators in the plot to kill President Kennedy.

First, one of the snipers was, beyond any doubt in my mind, trained by the military. Men like Lansdale and Conein would have insisted on at least one professionally trained sniper, refusing to rely entirely on "talented amateurs." I have no doubt that this sniper was the one behind the wooden stockade fence on the Grassy Knoll. He was probably recruited through the CIA, or possibly the Mob via their connections with the French Union Corse and the OAS terrorist organization, or both. (See my OpEdNews articles " The Great Enemy of the Truth ," and " A Festering Wound ," for more on the snipers.) Using a weapon with a sound suppressor and frangible bullets, the only evidence he would leave is shell casings, which a trained military sniper would pick-up.

If the Polaroid picture by Mary Moorman that seems to show the figures of "Badgeman" and "Hardhatman" on the Grassy Knoll, behind the stockade fence, is authentic, with the "Badgeman" partially obscured by smoke from a discharged firearm--and I believe it is, due to the statements of Gordon Arnold, S.M. Holland, Lee Bowers, Jean Hill, and Ed Hoffman, et al.--then you have the classic military sniper team of the shooter and the spotter, killing JFK with one shot to the head. 

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The sniper on the Grassy Knoll was probably also responsible for the throat shot to President Kennedy. In the sixth photo taken by AP photographer James W. Altgens (hereafter Altgens 6), there is a bullet hole in the Presidential limousine's windshield--from our perspective--the whitish dot just to the right of the rear-view mirror, above the interior headlight on our right-hand side. The frangible bullet did not function properly, possibly because it had to penetrate the windshield. ( See The Great Zapruder Film Hoax: Deceit and Deception in the Death of JFK ; James H. Fetzer, PhD., editor, 2003; "Mysteries of the JFK Assassination: The Photographic Evidence from A to Z," by Jack White; pp. 49, 52-4).

Kennedy Motorcade, JFK first hit, Oswald in Door of TSBD, Altgens 6
(image by James W. Altgens/Associated Press Used under 'Fair Use Doctrine')

Because of that failure to function, the bullet made a relatively minor wound in JFK's throat, rather than exploding as the head shot did, causing an instantly fatal wound, as happened with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. four-and-a-half years later.

There is a colorized video of the Altgens 6 photo seen above on You Tube , which clearly shows the bullet hole just to the right of the rear-view mirror. There is also giant high-resolution photo of the Altgens 6 photo at willyloman.wordpress.com that I mentioned earlier, because it definitely shows JFK reacting to the impact of the first bullet, as well as both Billy Lovelady and Lee Harvey Oswald standing at the entrance to the Texas School Book Depository (TSBD) at the time of the Altgens 6 photo, if we believe both Oswald and Lovelady when they describe the clothing they were wearing at work that day . (Lovelady is the one shielding his eyes from the Sun with both hands in the short-sleeved shirt.) (The Altgens' 6 photo is, by the way, contemporaneous with Frame 207-8 of the Zapruder film.)

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Second, I believe that the plot originated when two or three like-minded individuals such as Allen Dulles, H.L. Hunt, and/or Curtis LeMay, contacted one another, either directly or through intermediaries, and asked the question of JFK that Henry II of England asked of Thomas Beckett, "Who shall rid me of this troublesome man?" And then they realized that they would have to organize the removal of President Kennedy themselves.

The rest is a Terrible History, whose Judgment we face daily.


In the final part of this article, I will consider the internecine fighting among the critics of the Warren Report; the connection between the assassination of John F. Kennedy and the Watergate scandal; some of the effects the assassination is having on American society fifty years later, including the destruction of the American middle class; a list of prominent Americans who believe--or believed before their deaths--that a conspiracy existed in the death of JFK; and finally, what might have been.

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...involving JFK's assassination: The insistence... by Richard Girard on Friday, Jan 17, 2014 at 9:38:13 PM
I agree with Richard Gerard that the role of the m... by Jerry Policoff on Saturday, Jan 18, 2014 at 8:59:20 AM
Yeah Jerry (and I had to think for a moment, and t... by Richard Girard on Tuesday, Jan 21, 2014 at 4:14:06 PM
Sorry Mr Girard  you don't make the case that... by Gerald Campeau on Saturday, Jan 18, 2014 at 10:44:22 AM
I have proven Oswald was not the assassin, and I ... by Richard Girard on Tuesday, Jan 21, 2014 at 4:24:37 PM
Good writing and good history. Further support t... by George Flower on Saturday, Jan 18, 2014 at 3:50:04 PM
click here ... by pc93 on Saturday, Jan 18, 2014 at 4:13:31 PM
 "A Closer Look at LBJ" by Lyle Sardie (1998 ... by pc93 on Saturday, Jan 18, 2014 at 4:14:44 PM
Thanks Richard for your clarifcation, i like your ... by Gerald Campeau on Tuesday, Jan 21, 2014 at 10:18:07 PM