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George Sawtelle

Proof CIA did not plan or execute the JFK assassination

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Just to say: No knock here at Mark Knight for reminding us of the Plumlee interview, which - like Plumlee's past posts on this Forum - are well worth study.

Edited by David Andrews

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I think Plumlee, like the late Gerry Patrick Hemming, may know more than he can reveal and continue living.

Might be as much information is what he refrains from saying as in the stuff he says.

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The CIA does not work with units of agents. You won't see a group of agents sitting around a table in a room discussing an operation. Agents work alone their supervisor provides the resources, money, logistics, etc. other agents for the operation to succeed. Agent A won't know what Agent B is doing within the same operation. Their names aren't important. Information is passed out when anagent needs to know and not before.

The notion that a rogue unit within the agency without the knowledge of the bosses killed Kennedy is not logical. The rogue unit would need resources and logistics to do the job and a supervisor would sign off to release the resources to the rogue unit. A private source of resources would need assurances that the operation would succeed and that can only come from someone higher up in the agency. They would want someone to be responsible if the operation fails so that they can recover some of their investment.

The CIA would have too much to lose involving themselves in an operation to kill the president. If the operation fails an investigation may discover CIA involvement, even a hint of involvement, and the american public would require the new government to disband the CIA. Some in the CIA would be jailed or executed.

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23 hours ago, George Sawtelle said:

The CIA would have too much to lose involving themselves in an operation to kill the president. If the operation fails an investigation may discover CIA involvement, even a hint of involvement, and the american public would require the new government to disband the CIA. Some in the CIA would be jailed or executed.

As if.  We hold it self-evident that the back threads of this Forum offer ample evidence against, on all proposable grounds.

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