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“Attorney General Kennedy stated that the CIA should never undertake the use of mafia people again without first checking with the Department of Justice because it would be difficult to prosecute such people in the future,” the report reads.The report also said the CIA was later interested in using mobsters to deliver a poison pill to Castro in order to kill him. Learning about anything that resembles real freedom. Have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them - Ephesians 5-11 Join me and let's follow that high road...Following last night's release of the latest set of JFK Assassination Files, the public has been busy combing through the several thousand documents.The alleged Cuban officer returned, “oh, he was quite good.” Asked why he said that, the officer said, “I knew him.” FBI Director Hoover forwarded a memo to the White House in 1963, shortly after Kennedy’s death.The memo, obtained by the Church Committee and classified top secret, detailed US sources’ sense of the reaction in the USSR to Kennedy’s death.
“Ruby says no one was associated with him and denies having made the telephone call to our Dallas office last night,” Hoover said.
During Operation Mongoose in 1960, the CIA also considered staging "false flag" terror events in Miami and blaming it on pro-Castro Cubans.
“We could develop a Communist Cuban terror campaign in the Miami area, in other Florida cities and even in Washington.
While president Trump blocked the release of some, arguably the most controversial, documents citing national security concerns, the release still left researchers and conspiracy theorists with 52 previously unreleased full documents and thousands in part to sift through.
Here are the key highlights from the trove so far, courtesy of CBS and AP: A national security council document from 1962, one year before Kennedy’s murder, referenced “Operation Mongoose,” a covert attempt to topple communism in Cuba.
Hoover went on to say the FBI had evidence of Oswald’s guilt and intercepts of Oswald’s communications with Cuba and the Soviet Union.