The JFK assassination was orchestrated by members of JM/Wave, the CIA’s largest station outside Langley, and the shooters included Johnny Roselli, and possibly Charles Harrelson and/or Charles Nicoletti and/or Charles Rogers and/or a French team that may have included CIA asset QJ/Win. There were five shots and two shooters from the rear, one on the knoll and one inside the triple overpass.
Harrelson and Rogers were photographed being led from the scene by two men in police uniforms that nobody on the Dallas police force could ever identify.
Sometime in 2017, the government was supposed to release all the suppressed files from the JFK assassination, something that could have shed light on whether anyone inside the National Security Council knew about the assassination in advance.
The CIA takes its marching orders from the NSC, but what if a majority of the NSC decides the president is an imminent threat to national security? Before WWII, American intelligence penetrated the Japanese codes but they did not share this info with the White House because they didn’t trust people on FDR’s staff, so there’s a documented history of crucial reports circumventing the president and going to the heads of the Armed Forces and intelligence agencies instead.
Just who was on JFK’s NSC?
McGeorge Bundy was a Yale Bonesman and protege of Secretary of War Henry Stimson (also a Boner). He was an Army intelligence officer during the war and wrote Stimson’s official biography after the war. (Stimson had devised the highly illegal Black Eagle Fund to hide billions in stolen loot taken secretly from the Nazis and Japanese.) Bundy’s role inside the Council on Foreign Relations reveals his close relationship with Rockefeller and Dulles, both of whom had become bitter enemies of JFK’s liberal policies.
General Maxwell Taylor was the first American officer to parachute into France prior to D-Day. He later drafted the first honor code for West Point. JFK made him his chief military advisor and brought him out of retirement due to his harsh criticism of the Pentagon’s reliance on nuclear capability over conventional warfare. It’s doubtful Taylor would have participated in any plot against JFK as he was viewed with suspicion from inside the Pentagon, possibly due to his squeaky-clean reputation.
Lyndon Johnson was a intensely corrupt Texas politician with ties to organized crime and big oil. He would have done anything if it meant elevating himself to the presidency. A cloud of scandal was hanging over him at the time and it was obvious JFK planned to dump him from the ticket for the second term.
Dean Rusk was a colonel during WWII and closely allied with the Rockefeller Foundation later in life, indicating that he, like Bundy, may have taken Rockefeller’s side in the confrontations over policy.
Robert McNamara was an accountant for Price Waterhouse before the war. During the war he applied his Harvard Business School degree to analyzing the effectiveness of bombing raids in order to maximize their impact. He went on to run Ford Motor Company, the first CEO from outside the family. Like Maxwell, McNamara pushed for enhancing conventional war capability. During JFK’s term, he increased troops in Vietnam from 900 to 16,000. After the assassination, he became the primary architect for the Vietnam War, although in 1967, he penned a memo to President Johnson recommending a troop freeze, end to all bombing and turning the ground war over to the South Vietnamese, a proposal rejected by Johnson. Later in life, he became president of the World Bank.
John McCone was a Berkeley graduate (like McNamara) and rose to the top of the American steel industry. He served on the Atomic Energy Commission and was alarmed when Israel’s nuclear installation in Negev began secretly producing materials for a nuclear bomb. Apparently, JFK appointed McCone to replace Dulles as the head of the CIA based largely on a fixation with monitoring Israel’s race to join the nuclear weapons club. After the assassination, McCone aided CIA’s efforts to conceal information pertinent to solving the crime.