Lynne Foster Posted December 13, 2005 Share Posted December 13, 2005 It seems to me, in November of 1963, when J. Edgar Hoover determined that David Ferrie's testimony would be sealed and classified a national security concern, Hoover was trying to hide his involvement in the Cuban Operation, the covert, illegal effort to send equipment and arms to Cuba, to overthrow Fidel Castro. This alliance explains why Jim Garrrison did not try to destroy the Marcello organization. Those who supported covert operations in Cuba were in a position to blackmail J. Edgar Hoover and Jim Garrison, but blackmail was probably not even a concern because the alliance between the Mafia and corrupt officials was evidently voluntary. That would explain J. Edgar Hoover and Jim Garrison's reluctance to recognize organized crime -Hoover and Garrison recognized the covert, Cuban Operation to destroy Castro and that was evidently their priority concern. I think this is a good link about Jim Garrison's new Orleans. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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