Three new CIA Security Files for your review, the first is the file of Cuban anti-Castro exile leader Manuel "Tony" de Varona Loredo, the second regards Mafia leader Meyer Lansky, and the final documents are related to the business group Guy Banister Associates, Inc. #JFK #CIA
The City of New Orleans is attributed a unique place in the Kennedy assassination case. Divergent historical claims rest amid the city's swirling convoluted history. New Orleans housed various federal, state, and local offices that had many connections to locally operating Cuban exiles. The Directorio Revolucionario Estudiantil (DRE) is just one of multiple exile groups the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) supported with tens of thousands of dollars monthly. Such organizations had dozens of members that performed covert and often illegal programs nationally...Read More
Concealed manipulations within allied organizations have often been attributed to the Central Intelligence Agency alone but such internal power struggles and clandestine motivations are often hidden from the public and most officials. Yet it is the little noted evidentiary connections that might reveal new viable inferences and the longer one gazes upon the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Central Intelligence Agency a realization may occur. In some cases, they are not quite as different as imagined...Read More
For decades, officials and critics of conspiracy have stated that former FBI Agent and New Orleans Police Officer Guy Bannister, a prior assassination suspect, had no connection to the Central Intelligence Agency. Yet Banister was a CIA informant and his detective business was a prospect for being utilized as a CIA front business. This does not prove Bannister was responsible for President Kennedy's death but again proves Agency officials were dishonest.