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John Simkin
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The CIA has publicly admitted for the first time that it was behind the 1953 coup against Iran's democratically elected prime minister Mohammad Mosaddeq. Something that they have been denying for 60 years.

How long will it be before it admits to their role in the assassination of JFK. Maybe it will be in 2023?

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/aug/19/cia-admits-role-1953-iranian-coup

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The CIA has publicly admitted for the first time that it was behind the 1953 coup against Iran's democratically elected prime minister Mohammad Mosaddeq. Something that they have been denying for 60 years.

How long will it be before it admits to their role in the assassination of JFK. Maybe it will be in 2023?

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/aug/19/cia-admits-role-1953-iranian-coup

There have been a number of books on the coup written by American spooks and diplomats--Kermit Roosevelt and Vernon Walters come to mind--in which both America's role in the coup, and the non-threatening nature of Mossadeq, have been discussed. I doubt they'd have done this without CIA permission.

As far as the JFK assassination, I suspect Jeff Morley's pursuit of the Joannides file is the last line that will be crossed. In time, he'll get what he's been looking for, and find it proves the CIA was well aware of Oswald and his activities before the assassination, but not what they did with that knowledge. My best guess.

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Guest Robert Morrow

How long before the LBJ Library admits that Lyndon Johnson murdered numerous people, among and including John Kennedy and Henry Marshall?

Btw, Roger Stone's book is going to be a game changer in JFK research and ultimately how American history is looked at. I predict Stone's book will be the book of the year in JFK research.

What I really want to know is when the LBJ Library and the US government admits that Lyndon Johnson was the one who ordered Israel to attack and sink the USS Liberty on June 8th, 1967. I think that is even bigger than the JFK assassination because of its WWIII implications.

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As far as the JFK assassination, I suspect Jeff Morley's pursuit of the Joannides file is the last line that will be crossed. In time, he'll get what he's been looking for, and find it proves the CIA was well aware of Oswald and his activities before the assassination, but not what they did with that knowledge. My best guess.

John Newman has already proven that Angleton was following LHO's movements

right up to the assassination, so Morley will not be proving anything new.

I think it is reasonable to suspect Angleton, Helms, Dulles and E. Howard Hunt

of playing key roles, but in fairness to my paymasters (per Jim D.)

John McCone knew nothing, so it is unfair to say

that "the CIA" was behind the plot.

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The CIA has publicly admitted for the first time that it was behind the 1953 coup against Iran's democratically elected prime minister Mohammad Mosaddeq. Something that they have been denying for 60 years.

How long will it be before it admits to their role in the assassination of JFK. Maybe it will be in 2023?

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/aug/19/cia-admits-role-1953-iranian-coup

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/20/world/middleeast/cia-orchestrated-1953-coup-in-iran-document-confirms.html

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