John Simkin Posted December 7, 2006 Author Share Posted December 7, 2006 Larry Hancock: In the new edition of “Someone Would Have Talked” you have done a great job tracing the connections of those in the CIA who were probably involved in someway with the assassination of JFK: David Sanchez Morales, Ted Shackley, William Harvey, Carl E. Jenkins, Rip Robertson, Henry Hecksher, David Phillips, Tracy Barnes, Desmond Phillips and E. Howard Hunt. It seems highly significant that so many of the CIA officers listed above were also involved in the PB/SUCCESS Project in Guatemala in 1954. It seems it became the constant reference point for the CIA when they considered the possibility of removing the head of a government. Should it be so surprising that the same people should be brought in when it was decided to remove JFK from office? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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