The success and failure of various intricate plans developed by the Central Intelligence Agency relied on the oversight of its administrators, the professionalism of its employees, and the control of its assets. In such a high pressure and secretive environment, obsession and imagination can be valuable tools and deadly hindrances if one strays too far afield from the illumination provided by verifiable facts. Unfortunately, secret agendas can allow exception to be made, the bending of policies, and even the most unthinkable has been given voice for its utility with little consideration to blowback. A frequent underlying lesson regarding many intelligence operations has ever been doing unto others before they do unto you...Read More
An expansion of the Primary Evidence Collections Project ZRRIFLE section with new documents from the 2017 JFK Records release, additional photography, and additional project files, summaries, and timelines. #ZRRIFLE #QJWIN #JFK
The term Executive Action refers to words in formerly suppressed documents that promote the assassination of enemy leaders. Political assassination by no means is a modern development or a singularly American crime. Many officials had no reason to suspect that formerly private documents would become public knowledge. Despite the clandestine operations, suppression of facts, and verifiable destruction of documents, a substantial body of evidence remains...Read More
The CIA's Project ZRRIFLE draft documents regarding the proposed covert assassination of enemy leaders. Additionally included is the reauthorization memo signed in 1963 and each offered for your review.
Two pseudonyms and one alias revealed from the evidence. Directorio Revolucionario Estudiantil (DRE) CIA case officer Ross Crozier was given the pseudonym Arthur G.Vaivada. William Harvey is the designer of Project ZRRIFLE, a later stage in the Castro assassination plots and he utilized the pseudonym Daniel M. Presland and the alias William Walker.