A Fake Card-Carrying Member

A Fake Card-Carrying Member

Discussions about Lee Harvey Oswald often venture to speculation when seeking to provide a feasible motive for Oswald's purported actions. With scant time to prepare, without verifiable practice, some deem his alleged associations can explain what officials failed to repeatedly. Often the Fair Play for Cuba Committee (FPCC), an organization in the United States that promoted the interests Fidel Castro and by extension his Communist regime is attributed some blame. Others assert Oswald was a loyal and active member serving the Communist or Socialist factions within the group.  This claim is followed by allegations that Oswald was a lone gunman or a creature of Cuban or Soviet intelligence. However, the FPCC was a loosely organized group that never directed Oswald to do anything...

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RION: Richard S. Cain

      

      

Richard S. Cain was a Police Officer, Mafia associate, Sherriff's Investigator, CIA and FBI informant, and Cuban exile contact. One CIA document offers his claims that the Fair Play for Cuba Committee had a secret meeting to discuss the assassination of JFK. The question is what purpose Cain served in attempting to lay the blame at the feet of the FPCC. #JFK #Evidence 

Disputed Claims and Suspects

Disputed Claims and Suspects

Regarding the Kennedy assassination, a divisive atmosphere surrounds many claims and various asserted suspects. Some believe they have all the answers, if not the evidence to prove them. Others will dispute even the most trifling claims regarding the case or people relative to it. Perhaps no greater differences exist than assumptions made about the official suspect, Lee Harvey Oswald... 

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Mixed Agendas, Militants, and the Mafia

Mixed Agendas, Militants, and the Mafia

The Mafia's involvement regarding John F. Kennedy's death some declare improbable. A much larger plot is often favored with many officials involved. Yet consider that most high officials were feasibly constrained by fear or wisdom not to risk their entire fate, fortune, and legacy on a plot that easily could go awry. Corporations that comprised the Military Industrial Complex would benefit from Vietnam in my view regardless of whoever was President. President Kennedy was reducing the amount of troops in Vietnam, yet a total withdrawal of all forces would have feasibly taken years. The corporations would still profit from Vietnam beyond the first Kennedy term...

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