The JFK Files: What the Government Has Kept Secret for Decades

by Kross, Peter
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ISBN: 9781948803045
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In October 2017, 2,800 files about the 1963 murder were made public for the first time, bringing to the fore revelations that an alleged Cuban intelligence officer met Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico City, and praised his shooting ability, and that the Soviet spy agency KGB believed then-Vice President Lyndon Johnson may have conspired to assassinate Kennedy. On April 26, 2018, the U.S. Government released 19,000 newly declassified government documents on the Kennedy assassination. What astonishing information was released by the documents, if any? Why aren't all of the documents released in their entirety without any information redacted? Are the intelligence agencies afraid they will look incompetent and unable to protect the President? Or do they further confirm that Vice President Lyndon Johnson was involved in the assassination as earlier documents suggested? Chapters include: The Deportation of Carlos Marcello; The CIA and Soviet Mole Peter Karlow; The story of Rolando Cubela-AMLASH; Howard Hunt, Cuba and Kennedy; Operation Tumbleweed; The Death of Johnny Rosselli; Oswald and Soviet Agent Valerie Kostikov; Oswald in Mexico City; Yuri Nosenko; The MI-5 Warning; Dallas 1963 Mayor was a CIA asset; Soviet reaction to the Kennedy death; The Richard Helms Testimony; The Secret Soviet Murder Plan; The Hoover-Ruby memo; RFK and Operation Mongoose; "El Mexicano"; Bobby and Marilyn Monroe; The Tale of Frank Sturgis; The Onassis-Mahue Connection; LBJ and covert action; The Anatoly Golitzyn Secrets; Operation TILT; The Adventures of Alexander Rorke; Project JMMOVE; The Somoza Plan; Howard Hunt's Secret JFK Assassination Probe; more. In October 2017, 2,800 files about the 1963 murder were made public for the first time, bringing to the fore revelations that an alleged Cuban intelligence officer met Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico City, and praised his shooting ability, and that the Soviet spy agency KGB believed then-Vice President Lyndon Johnson may have conspired to assassinate Kennedy. On April 26, 2018, the U.S. Government released 19,000 newly declassified government documents on the Kennedy assassination. What astonishing information was released by the documents, if any? Why aren't all of the documents released in their entirety without any information redacted? Are the intelligence agencies afraid they will look incompetent and unable to protect the President? Or do they further confirm that Vice President Lyndon Johnson was involved in the assassination as earlier documents suggested? Chapters include: The Deportation of Carlos Marcello; The CIA and Soviet Mole Peter Karlow; The story of Rolando Cubela-AMLASH; Howard Hunt, Cuba and Kennedy; Operation Tumbleweed; The Death of Johnny Rosselli; Oswald and Soviet Agent Valerie Kostikov; Oswald in Mexico City; Yuri Nosenko; The MI-5 Warning; Dallas 1963 Mayor was a CIA asset; Soviet reaction to the Kennedy death; The Richard Helms Testimony; The Secret Soviet Murder Plan; The Hoover-Ruby memo; RFK and Operation Mongoose; "El Mexicano"; Bobby and Marilyn Monroe; The Tale of Frank Sturgis; The Onassis-Mahue Connection; LBJ and covert action; The Anatoly Golitzyn Secrets; Operation TILT; The Adventures of Alexander Rorke; Project JMMOVE; The Somoza Plan; Howard Hunt's Secret JFK Assassination Probe; more.
  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • Author: Kross, Peter
  • ISBN: 9781948803045
  • Condition: Used
  • Dimensions: 8.80 x 1.10
  • Number Of Pages: 426
  • Publication Year: 2019

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