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Douglas Caddy

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CIA Reactions to JFK Assassination

Yesterday, 03:49 AM

CIA Reactions to JFK Assassination Included “Suspicions of Soviet or Cuban Involvement”; Desire to “Bond” with LBJ

By Jeffrey T. Richelson

Global Research, November 26, 2014

The National Security Archive 20 November 2014





[Poster's note: this is being posted for informational purposes only.]

Joseph McBride on JFK's view of his possible assassination

25 November 2014 - 06:02 PM

From Joseph McBride’s book INTO THE NIGHTMARE: MY SEARCH FOR THE KILLERS OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY AND OFFICER J. D. TIPPIT: "At a private reception for Kennedy in the [Milwaukee] Arena lounge with about a hundred other guests before the [May 12, 1962, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner] dinner, my father [Raymond E. McBride], who was covering the event for the Journal, asked the president, 'Do you ever worry about being assassinated?' Kennedy did not seem fazed by the question. He replied that he couldn’t think about being assassinated, because it would be hard for him to do his job if he did. His aide Theodore Sorensen later wrote of Kennedy, 'Simply accepting death as an inevitable fact of life, and simply recognizing assassination as an unavoidable hazard of the Presidency, he refused to worry about his personal safety -- not with any bravado or braggadocio but with an almost fatalistic unconcern for danger.'”

Rod Serling's 1964 TV movie: "A Carol For Another Christmas"

23 November 2014 - 01:40 AM

This was posted on my Facebook page today:


Rod Serling authored the 1963 motion picture, Seven Days in May about a military conspiracy to overthrow the presidency and had his
award-winning series, The Twilight Zone, cancelled by CBS within months of his writing a letter critical of the
reported findings of the
President's Commission on the Assassination of President John F.
Kennedy. whose chief architect of various fictions was Allen Dulles, the
CIA Director JFK had fired. and senior partner at New York Wall Street
transnational corporate law firm, Sullivan and Cromwell, where he also
managed the financial portfolio of CBS Television chairman, William
Paley. A year later, as Lyndon Johnson,the Joint Chiefs and CIA
committed to putting combat troops into Vietnam, Serling scripted a
movie for ABC Television titled A Carol For Another Christmas, an
anti-war plea for cooperation between nations, starring Sterling Hayden,
Peter Sellers, and an all-star cast, the only TV movie ever directed by
Joseph Mankiewicz. It aired once and then was suppressed for 48 years


Why the infamous murder must be reinvestigated

23 November 2014 - 01:21 AM

Why the JFK murder must be reinvestigated


Holland, Gorightly and DiEugenio on coasttocoastam tomorrow

21 November 2014 - 03:31 PM

Holland, Gorightly and DiEugenio to be on coasttocoastam tomorrow