Documents confirm CIA officials willingly mislead the Warren Commission, JFK assassination

President Kennedy, Fort Worth, Texas
President Kennedy, Fort Worth, Texas

Cover up confirmed, the CIA held information from the Warren Commission on other possible links to the JFK assassination.

A report released this week confirms that the CIA withheld information from the Warren Commission on possible links to the JFK assassination. The CIA was selective in it’s choice of evidence and information to present, all of which was to point towards Lee Harvey Oswald as a lone shooter, but other theories still exist and this revelation just confirms what we already knew, that those within the CIA knew and or willingly withheld information from the Warren Commission which was launched by Lynden Johnson.

Nearly a full fifty two years after the assassination of President Kennedy documents which have been declassified shine a light on the dodgy dealings the CIA had with Lee Harvey Oswald before the assassination of president Kennedy in 1963. The CIA were also monitoring Oswald’s communications through mail from as far back as 1959.

During the Warren Commission led by Chief Justice Earl Warren, a Mr. John McCone CIA director at the time became a key witness in the commission.

McCone directed the CIA to give “passive, reactive and selective” information to the Warren Commission ultimately corrupting the investigation and stopping any follow up of other leads that could have been pursued had the CIA officials cooperated fully.

What is clear to me is that the JFK assassination was not so clear cut, black and white, the CIA withheld information for a reason, and there is evidence there to prove the CIA were involved to some extent with the assassination.

Who is John Mcone?

Declassified documents confirm the CIA withheld information from the Warren Commission.

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