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Through the JFK Disinfo Looking Glass

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Recently, Paul Krassner was sent an interesting new theory about the JFK assassination. Krassner knows my interest in this area, so he forwarded it to me. The article began with:

Was Doolittle the Mastermind of the Kennedy Assassination?The origins of the John Birch Society is a fabrication. It was founded in order to put pressure on Eisenhower to approve more funding for the ANP. I believe the Birch Society was a front pressure group founded by Doolittle. Doolittle is the one who let Roosevelt know Joe was dead.

To: Paul Krassner

From: Steve Hager

The assassination was directed on one level through James Jesus Angleton’s “Executive Action” program, which was headed by William Harvey, and on another level by Chicago Mob Boss Sam Giancana. After JFK and RKF discovered Harvey was still working with Johnny Roselli to assassinate Castro (after the CIA was told to back off), they wanted Harvey sacked from the CIA, so Angleton had him transferred to Italy. Soon thereafter, the Executive Action program was put back into action, only this time, the target was JFK, not Castro. The connection between Roselli and Harvey had been initiated through Howard Hughes’ second in command Robert Maheu in discussions with Chicago Godfather Sam Giancana. Maheu started his career as Chicago FBI second-in-command under Guy Bannister, who also figures in the assassination.

Roselli made his bones under Al Capone as triggerman in the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. He was a freelance fixer and hit-man who evolved into Sam Giancana’s eyes and ears in LA.  Once when he was up on a murder charge, the witness and the investigating DA both turned up unexpectedly dead. Charles Nicoletti, Giancana’s favorite hitman in Chicago, was also likely recruited for the hit. Roselli confessed his role several times, to his mistress and to Bill Bonanno while in jail. Roselli turned up dead before he could testify to Congress a second time (he’d already revealed the plot to kill Castro). Also Bill Harvey may have whacked Giancana, who also controlled Jack Ruby. The end game reveals Angelton and Harvey arm-chaired into forced retirement, with Giancana, Roselli and Jack Ruby all eventually assassinated. Yes, the CIA and various crime organizations work together, but in the final analysis, it’s the CIA who plays the role of big dog.

Roselli claims to have taken the fatal head shot and was treated by anti-Castro Cubans in prison as their conquering hero. He said he was positioned in a storm drain under the overpass. His first shot went through the windshield and caught Kennedy in the neck. Nicolleti’s shots may have come from the Dal-Tex building, one of which hit Kennedy in the back, another struck Gov. Connolly. James Files claims to have been positioned at the grassy knoll. Harvey remains a likely candidate as possible team leader. There were no shooters positioned at the School Book Depository, although a rifle was pushed out the window where Oswald was supposed to be just as the shots rang out. Since the Cubans were the back-up/support staff, they likely would have handled this task. It’s possible few but Harvey realized Angleton was running a whole other side of the operation, centered on disinfo propaganda. Many mafioso believe to this day it was actually their hit, and fail to understand the complex role played by the military and intelligence networks. The murder of officer Tippet has always remained a mystery, although perhaps Tippet rejected his mission of assassinating Oswald, which would have necessitated his instant elimination from the scene. As you move higher up the chain, you find George H.W. Bush of the CIA reporting to J. Edgar Hoover on the activities of “misguided Cubans” in Dallas that day. Bush’s father helped fund the rise of Hitler and was certainly a player in the Eastern Establishment after liberating Geronimo’s skull from its burial site at Fort Sill and bringing it to that occult house of worship, Skull & Bones at Yale University, where, no doubt, the present inductees gather round it for ceremonial photographs.

Since my response was so detailed, Krassner forwarded it to the author of the Doolittle Rabbit Hole story, who then attempted to prove that the anti-Castro Cubans (who have become the best source of info on the assassination) are actually a rabbit hole, and that the real story of the JFK assassination is Area 51 and an alien coverup. We are in the land of such quackery as David Icke here and disinfo really doesn’t really get any more transparent. Disinfo artists often have complex boilerplates but never engage in any real conversation. Here are some highlights:

If you think that the mob had the power to kill Kennedy you have problems Hager. Plus what motive did Angleton have in killing Kennedy? With Doolittle we have a means, motive and opportunity. Here are two other articles I put together one debunking L. Fletcher Prouty’s claims about the TFX and the other shows what affect Kennedy’s cancellation of the ANP caused. Even if the two people Hager claims were members of the kill team. That does not mean they were not in the employ of some WASP’s higher up on the food chain. It is purely serendipitous that I came upon this theory. I have long been a fan of Prouty and I found out that his facts did not check with “Kelly” Johnson’s and Ben Rich’s story’s on the TFX.

You have done very little research indeed if you think James Angleton was controlled by the mob. Angelton was a Yale grad and protege of Allen Dulles, who is David Rockefeller’s cousin. The fact that Bill Harvey was placed in charge of the CIA Executive Action program, and that he hired John Roselli as his primary assistant in this matter is well documented. This has nothing whatsoever to do with Fletcher Prouty, so one wonders why you want to drag him into the conversation, or why you want to paint me as claiming the mob was behind killing JFK? I suppose you have your agenda though. My allegations are based on comments Roselli made to his mistress and to Joe Bonnano while in jail before the CIA killed him because they thought he was going to tell Congress the truth.

I apologize for making you feel like I painted you as claiming the mob did it. I am still unclear though as to what you are claiming the motive was behind the assassination. You may have given a reason behind why the CIA killed Bonnano but that does not explain why the CIA killed Kennedy. I think that my theory gives a very clear motive for Kennedy’s death. Both Shell Oil and Lockheed were going to lose out big, if Kennedy cancelled the Blackbird Program. Shell Oil was charging the government outrageously for the “special fuel” JP-7 which purportedly cost more than the finest single malt whiskey. Which the Blackbird used. It also makes sense of why Kennedy was reluctant on revealing the existence of the plane. And why one of the first things that Johnson did was to make the plane public. Lastly my theory explains what the true origins of the John Birch Society are and why they have been so busy over the years pumping out wackadoodle conspiracy theories concerning Kennedy’s death.

Kennedy pissed off the oil companies by threatening to end the depletion allowance; Kennedy pissed off the mob by shutting down some of their operations; Kennedy pissed off Dulles (and the Rockefellers) by firing Dulles off the CIA; Kennedy pissed off  Angleton and the right wingers in the CIA by seeking a backdoor appeasement campaign with the Communists in a secret attempt to end the Cold War; Kennedy pissed off the Pentagon by signing the first non-proliferation agreement with the Soviet Union; Kennedy pissed off the military-industrial complex by resisting a land war in Vietnam; Kennedy pissed off the Cubans exiles by not providing jet support to the Bay of Pigs; Kennedy pissed off Bill Harvey by getting him sacked out of his position at the CIA; in short, Kennedy pissed off a whole lot of people, including some of the most powerful and dangerous in the world. But ultimately, it may have been the changes he went through after one of his mistresses introduced him to LSD and he became a peacenik, that may have been what really worried some people.

A good book with some of the latest data that you might want to check out, that I would recommend: “Someone Would Have Talked” by Larry Hancock, a book that documents the people on the inside who did talk and what they actually said. The most important early whistleblower was Richard Case Nagell and Dick Russell wrote a groundbreaking book about him, “The Man Who Knew Too Much”.

H.P. Albarelli has a book coming out very soon called “A Secret Order” and I’m certainly looking forward to this release, as his investigation on MKULTRA and the death of Frank Olson was groundbreaking.

Are you claiming that all of those things motivated Angleton? The way I see it he was on the losing side of the battle between the Military and the Civilian side of the agency. So, are you claiming that all of those thing motivated Angleton? Why would he be motivated by those thing? How would he have been affected? Was he financially connected to any of those circles?
Win Scott was Mexico station chief when the assassination occurred. A few years later, he wanted to retire and write his memoirs. The story of what happened next is covered in Dick Russell’s book “The Man Who Knew Too Much,” but essentially, Angelton had Scott poisoned and showed up at his house upon his death to collect all his papers, files, correspondence, and, most important, the manuscript to his unpublished book. The only reason Angelton would do something like that is if he felt Scott intended to implicate his role in the assassination.

Angleton had very close ties to the Eastern Establishment, MI6, The Vatican, and Israel. Who his ultimate master may have been, I leave to your discretion, he was an intensely secretive man and evolved into a deeply sick, paranoid person, a real Shakespearean tragedy, due to the karma he created. He also got suckered by several double agents, like Philby, and endlessly tortured real defectors and denied their real info (which was that the Soviet Union was a broken-down shell with no spare parts and the image of this mighty nation was a joke).

In several assassinations of key people, Angleton is often the first to arrive on the scene, scooping up evidence, like Mary Meyer’s diary that discussed her LSD trip with JFK. Meyer was best friends with Angleton’s wife at the time and he had no trouble whacking her.

What I am basically trying to tell you is that Angleton did not have the power to initiate the coup, but he was in a  position to take the fall, so he covered his ass, eventually pushing suspicion on Howard Hunt. Hunt as mastermind of the assassination was a very early rabbit hole constructed by Angleton to hide his own participation. It worked because it kept the spotlight on Hunt and Sturgis and away from Angelton and Harvey.

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  1. Angleton came to the office every day. He was no mastermind. He took orders. He was “let go” during Watergate. The whole cloth from the book “Regicide” thing is bogus. The “cabal” was Nelson Rockefeller, Allan Dulles, LBJ, JE Hoover and GHW Bush.

    RA Kris Millegan

    July 13, 2012 at 9:18 am

    • Angleton was fired by Colby, who launched the CIA “clean-up” campaign much to Rockefeller’s dismay. His secret trove of blackmail info probably rivaled Hoover, which made them both difficult to unseat. I never said he was the source of the plot, only the instrument. He was obviously under Dulles’s thumb, and, as everyone should know, Dulles was Rockefeller’s cousin. I think the lever used to fire him was a report on the suspected KGB mole they were looking for eventually concluded Angleton was a prime suspect in the way he seemed to support the fake defectors, while torturing the real defectors.

      Steven Hager

      July 13, 2012 at 9:38 am

  2. What’s really interesting is how the attempts to put mud in the water continue, decades after some of the principle characters are dead. Any serious researcher at this point can put many of the pieces of the puzzle together just based on the testimony of the anti-Castro Cubans who were asked to join the team, some of whom declined to get involved, but remained inside the circle of information. Just as Angleton’s memo about Hunt being in Dallas that day deflected attention away from him, Hoover’s memo about George Bush and the “misguided” Cubans may have been an attempt for Hoover to cover his ass by pointing a finger at the then little-known G.H.W. Bush. You have to think the Bush family has the most to lose at this point and are probably the most vulnerable.

    Steven Hager

    July 13, 2012 at 9:50 am


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