Ron Bulman Posted July 9, 2017 Share Posted July 9, 2017 (edited) A post about the film The American Media and the Second Assassination of JFK being shown in London on another thread in conjunction with reading somewhere also in the last couple of weeks that Cord Meyer was the head of Operation Mockingbird at the time of JFK's assassination it jolted my thoughts. I had never considered the role he might have played in the cover up from the perspective of his being in that position. Working for Helms and Angleton (and still loyal to Dulles?) . The former (still bitter?) husband of JFK's last known paramour tells the National press what it should and shouldn't publish about the assassination through personal contact's and his emissaries in the cia. The thought begs a little delving. So I searched the site for him and came up with this 12/5 year old thread. Not long but historically interesting. Started by Mr. Simkin. Commented on by knowledgeable persons. Abandoned, brought back in 09 by Bill Kelly, abandoned again. Hijacked in 12. Interesting to note it was all written before Mary's Mosaic came out. Some of the conclusions/assumptions are questionable in light of it. Though I realize skulley thoroughly destroyed some aspects of the book afterward. Cord wrote a book about himself. He could be worthy of a book by an objective author as well. Perhaps the subject of a dissertation by some young upcoming political science historian? Edited July 9, 2017 by Ron Bulman Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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