John Simkin Posted January 2, 2006 Share Posted January 2, 2006 Found an interesting story in Donald Freed´s book, Death in Washington. He claims that Jimmy Carter told Andrew Young that he was convinced that there had been a conspiracy to kill JFK and Martin Luther King. He said that when he became president he was going to appoint Ted Sorenson as Director of the CIA and that he was going to carry out a full investigation into the two deaths. However, the Senate refused to accept Sorenson and he was forced to nominate Stansfield Turner instead. He did what he could but was given the runaround by the CIA´s top officials. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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