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 

The Death and Times of a Gangster

The Death and Times of a Gangster

Many criminals associated with various organized crime families have been the enemies of American law enforcement since the early twentieth century. However, the Central Intelligence Agency contacted a small but notable minority of Mafia leaders and members for use in political assassinations. The target was Fidel Castro, the reasoning questionable, and the unintended flaws numerous. Some of the Castro Plots had multiple phases, each with different leaders and focus on vastly different methods. The only Mafia personality that was verifiably part of multiple plot phases was Filippo Sacco, better known as Johnny Roselli.

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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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