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CHARLES BRIGGS, CIA: TEXAS SCHOOL BOOK DEPOSITORY/SIXTH FLOOR MUSEUM...11/22/63?

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The former executive director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Briggs spent one year working on research for The Sixth Floor project in the Washington, D.C., offices of exhibition designers Bob Staples and Barbara Charles. Recorded February 16, 2009.
Mr. Briggs passed away on November 4, 2015.

 

WOW! I posted about the disturbing Sixth Floor Museum connection of former CIA officer Charles Briggs and two relatives of his went nuts! They want this connection---get this---"erased from the internet. You have no business defaming a good man. He worked successfully with the Kennedy administration, NOT against it." His granddaughter actually inspired me to keep up my post and expand it + share it on social media everywhere. She actually had the audacity to tell me "take it down. Take it down NOW." I don't obey.

From 2016

Jim DiEugenio: 

Is it not amazing how a guy can live in the shadows his whole life, and then suddenly, due to an obituary, we find out who he is. 

 

Briggs helped set up the sixth floor for CIA, he apparently oversaw CIA interests in declassification for ARRB, and now we know he went through Angleton's files after he was removed by Colby. 

 

This guy was a player in the JFK case and no one knew it.

 

Chris Newton:

 

I inadvertently stumbled on this connection, here in this forum while investigating other issues, and Gary Mack and I had a "private" conversation about Charles' status. Charles Briggs had more knowledge of more secrets in the CIA than probably anyone other than Angleton (and it appears he was the keeper of Angleton's files as well, moving about 15% of the 400 yards of files into the main CIA database and overseeing the destruction of the rest). 

 

 

 

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CHARLES BRIGGS as a younger man. The former executive director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Briggs spent one year working on research for The Sixth Floor project in the Washington, D.C., offices of exhibition designers Bob Staples and Barbara Charles.

 

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The Parkland Hospital mystery man 11/22/63: people on The Education Forum believe he looks like Briggs!

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SECRET SERVICE AGENT ANDY BERGER'S REPORT ABOUT A CIA AGENT AT PARKLAND HOSPITAL

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Unidentified male in sunglasses (inside the hospital wearing sunglasses?) that some people want to believe is a Secret Service agent. I do NOT recognize him at all (and I am much aware of what all the agents from the Dallas field office and White House Detail look like)

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All the photos together

https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/washingtonpost/obituary.aspx?fhid=17018&n=charles-a-briggs&pid=176359949

 

https://jfkfacts.org/charles-briggs-retired-cia-officer-who-assisted-jfk-museum-was-accused-of-deception-by-a-federal-judge/

 

https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Charles_A._Briggs

 

https://apnews.com/a85009de2823473183f131073f189f24

 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_Intelligence_Agency_Office_of_Inspector_General

 

 

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Original black and white photographic negative taken by a Dallas Times Herald staff photographer showing Dallas Police Officer H.B. McLain (at right, wearing white helmet) speaking with an unidentified man outside of Parkland Hospital on November 22, 1963. The man on the left is an unidentified Secret Service agent.

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Dallas Times Herald November 22, 1963.

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While I find this  very interesting, I feel fairly certain that's not Briggs in the Parkland photo. The nose and lips aren't right. 

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Assassination and Commemoration: JFK, Dallas, and The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

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26 minutes ago, Pat Speer said:

While I find this  very interesting, I feel fairly certain that's not Briggs in the Parkland photo. The nose and lips aren't right. 

Fair enough. Briggs or not in the photo, there is definite evidence that (at least one) agent of the CIA was at Parkland (Berger's report + interviews done by Bill Sloan with Hugh Huggins and Dick Russell's interview with Colonel Bishop).

Also, the Briggs/CIA/TSBD connection is disturbing.

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The guy inside Parkland with the cops and doctor looks about 5' 9", so that might be under consideration as well.

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7 minutes ago, Matt Allison said:

The guy inside Parkland with the cops and doctor looks about 5' 9", so that might be under consideration as well.

Like I told Pat, Briggs or not in the photo, there is definite evidence that (at least one) agent of the CIA was at Parkland (Berger's report + interviews done by Bill Sloan with Hugh Huggins and Dick Russell's interview with Colonel Bishop).

Also, the Briggs/CIA/TSBD connection is disturbing.

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Jim DiEugenio needs to see this

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17 minutes ago, Vince Palamara said:

Jim DiEugenio needs to see this

The Four Amigos might interest him.

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