The Truth About the JFK Assassination
The assassination was directed within the CIA through James Jesus Angleton’s “Executive Action” program, which was headed by William Harvey, and through the Sicilian “Men of Honor” society via head of the Chicago outfit, Sam “Mooney” Giancana. This might have been a result of the oligarchies running North America and Europe reaching a consensus Kennedy needed to be eliminated or it could have been a much smaller conspiracy deep inside the NSA and Pentagon.
After JFK and RKF discovered Bill Harvey was still working with Johnny Roselli on plans to assassinate Castro (after the CIA was told to back off), they wanted Harvey sacked from the CIA, so Angleton transferred him 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 Giancana. Maheu had started his career as Chicago FBI second-in-command under Guy Bannister, who also figures in the assassination. The connections between the Sicilian and Jewish organized crime families and the CIA run much deeper than people realize (Giancana called them “two heads of the same coin”), although the proposed assassination of Castro was first time this alliance had surfaced since it first appeared when Lucky Luciano cut a deal with Naval Intelligence during WWII. Oswald was an expendable patsy who worked undercover for both Angleton and Hoover.
Like Giancana, Roselli made his bones under Al Capone as a triggerman. He evolved into Giancana’s eyes and ears, first in L.A., then in Vegas. Once when Roselli was up on a murder charge, the witness and the investigating DA both turned up unexpectedly dead. Charles Nicoletti, one of Giancana’s favorite hitman in Chicago, was also recruited for the JFK job. 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 broken omerta by revealing the CIA-mob plot to kill Castro).
Roselli was introduced into the prestigious Friar’s Club in LA by Frank Sinatra, where he discovered a fixed card game fleecing operation was ongoing and demanded a cut of the action. Soon, Roselli would be the one going off to jail for running the scam. His lawyer tried to get this case dismissed, claiming his client had done work in the interest of National Security. That defense tactic didn’t seem to gather traction but it likely reveals how Angleton and his bosses (Dulles, Rockefeller) sold the hit around the corridors of the Eastern Establishment. No doubt a “mission impossible” file was put together suggesting JFK was, in fact, a KGB agent in disguise. Also Bill Harvey may have whacked Giancana, who also controlled Jack Ruby. Jack was likely in charge of doing the hit on Oswald, which got botched, so he was forced to step in and take care of it himself. Oswald was never supposed to be taken alive. 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, but that dishonor probably fell to Harrelson on the knoll. Roselli said he was positioned in a storm drain under the overpass, the same place Lee Bowers heard two shots emanate from. Roselli’s first shot went through the windshield and caught Kennedy in the neck (which would force a quick change of the windshield). Nicolleti’s shots may have come from the Dal-Tex building, one of which hit Kennedy in the back, another struck Gov. Connolly. Woody Harrelson’s dad, Charles, sometime CIA asset and full-time contract killer, was likely positioned at the grassy knoll and later photographed as one of the Three Tramps. Roscoe White was also involved in the hit team and took out Officer Tippet after he refused to participate with the coverup. Harvey also remains a candidate as a possible shooter, although many others have been suggested, all of whom were certainly at the scene that day, including Charles Rogers of the CIA (another Tramp) and Leo Moceri of the Chicago mob. It seems that Dallas was flooded with shooters that day, some from the mob, others from military intel, and still others from overseas. All just to put mud in the water, no doubt. 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 might have handled this task. It’s possible no one but Harvey realized Angelton was running a whole other side of the operation, centered on disinfo and 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 in setting-up and covering-up the affair. According to Giancana, the shooters were paid $50,000 each, cash provided by the Texas oil crowd. 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.