The Magazine source for this article is McCall's, but a 1968 Saturday Evening Post article is much more detailed, revealing that Averell Harriman was directly involved in circumstances which lead to Jackie's trip to Cambodia. The point of this is that it is not certain that Jackie knew who was behind her husband's murder, but would she have went on a diplomatic mission to Cambodia arranged by the person responsible for his death? Harriman as JFK Conspirator might fly on the Forum, but not in the real world.
I'm not saying as a fact that Harriman pushed the button on JFK.
I'm arguing that he had the motive, means and opportunity far beyond any other single individual.
if Max Holland's characterization of his meeting with LBJ is accurate, Harriman deserves to be regarded as a Person of Interest in the case
Max Holland's The Assassination Tapes, pg 57:
At 6:55 p.m. Johnson has a ten minute meeting with Senator J. William Fulbright
and diplomat W. Averell Harriman to discuss possible foreign involvement in the
assassination, especially in light of the two-and-a-half-year sojourn of Lee Harvey
Oswald [in Russia]...Harriman, a U.S. ambassador to Moscow during WWII, is an
experienced interpreter of Soviet machinations and offers the president the
unanimous view of the U.S. government's top Kremlinologists. None of them
believe the Soviets have a hand in the assassination, despite the Oswald association.
There was no meeting of top US gov't Soviet experts.
Charles Bohlen was traveling in France, George Keenan spent the day in quiet mourning with Robert Openheimer at Princeton.
Smells like treason.
Using Max Holland as a source for anything smells like BS. You at least qualify it with your "if". But it's a big one.
You also need to qualify this "I'm arguing that he had the motive, means and opportunity far beyond any other single individual." by adding "as far as I know." Because there is indeed someone who beats on all counts.
I thought you going to start your own thread on this?