PLAYBOY.COM article reveals new evidence about JFK’S ASSASSINATION
Jefferson Morley’s "The Man Who Didn’t Talk...and other tales from
the new Kennedy assassination files" offers an update on new findings
related to the most shocking political murder in American history
In Playboy.com’s exclusive report “The Man Who Didn’t Talk...and other tales from the new Kennedy assassination files,” Jefferson Morley discusses new findings about JFK’s assassination including doubts over medical evidence from the late president’s autopsy, and whether or not the CIA ignored a potentially life-saving call to investigate Lee Harvey Oswald before Kennedy’s death.
Morley, a former editor and staff writer for washingtonpost.com, has written about the Kennedy assassination for York Review of Books, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Salon, Washington Monthly, and the Miami New Times. He is now national editorial director for the Center for Independent Media in Washington D.C. which sponsors a network of online news sites in four states, and is the author of the forthcoming book, Our Man in Mexico: Winston Scott and the Hidden History of the CIA.
Morley’s article, which can be read in its entirety at www.playboy.com/jfk, discusses the following uncomfortable new facts:
George Joannides, as chief of CIA psychological warfare operations in Miami in 1963, ran an anti-Castro student group that had contact with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination.
This group helped depict Oswald as a pro-Castro supporter immediately after the assassination. In 1978, Joannides was named CIA liaison to the Congressional Committee investigating the assassination, but he never told them about the connection, and in fact, withheld documents that showed the connection.
Joannides’ operation was one of four CIA operations that had taken note of Oswald before Kennedy was killed. The CIA’s failure to warn the Secret Service and Dallas police about this suspicious figure constitutes “an intelligence failure,” of immense proportions.
The latest scientific analysis of JFK forensic evidence undermines the official story that Oswald acted alone.
The JFK medical evidence is worse than a mess--it is a documented national scandal that awaits decent news coverage. The new evidence shows beyond a reasonable doubt that the photographic record of Kennedy’s autopsy has been tampered with by persons unknown.
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