The Cuban assassin with a deadly secret: ‘I shot JFK’

Featured Image: JFK motorcade Dallas Texas Nov. 22, 1963 just moments before he was assassinated. SOURCE: Library of Congress. (Public Domain)

Second Image: “Wanted for Treason”. Infamous handbill circulated on November 21, 1963 In Dallas, Texas, one day before John F. Kennedy visited the city and was assassinated. SOURCE Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain)

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From The Telegraph By  8:12 PM GMT 15 Nov 2013

Investigative writer Anthony Summers makes a compelling case for a new suspect in the frame for the assassination of President John Kennedy in Dallas in 1963.


“Dallas is a hotbed of extreme conservatism, the only major city in America to have voted for Richard Nixon over Kennedy in 1960, and now here the president stands, with a copy of today’s Dallas Morning News. It carries a black-edged advertisement ”welcoming’’ the president, placed by a group calling itself the American Fact-Finding Committee. The ad consists of a list of accusatory questions: why is the Kennedy administration approved of by the US Communist Party? Why is the CIA being asked to arrange coups against Washington’s anti-Communist allies? And so on.

“Jack Kennedy turns to his wife, Jackie. “We’re heading into nut country today,” he says”. . . Read Complete Report

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