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Online Steve M. Galbraith

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Re: Was the CIA involved in the JFK assassination?
« Reply #20 on: May 25, 2019, 08:30:15 PM »
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This "fact" has come under increased scrutiny. When Veciana testified under oath, he said Phillips was NOT "Bishop":

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When and where did Veciana "write" an affidavit on this? Not to be snarky but I assume Mr. Pesa meant "signed" one?

As you've documented - and Veciana's supporters ignore - his story has drastically changed over the decades. Not only did he deny for more than three decades that Phillips was Bishop but his timeline for the alleged meetings and events simply don't make sense.

I found Bill Kelly's response, er, let's say interesting.

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Re: Was the CIA involved in the JFK assassination?
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Offline W. Tracy Parnell

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Re: Was the CIA involved in the JFK assassination?
« Reply #21 on: May 25, 2019, 08:56:41 PM »
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When and where did Veciana "write" an affidavit on this? Not to be snarky but I assume Mr. Pesa meant "signed" one?

As you've documented - and Veciana's supporters ignore - his story has drastically changed over the decades. Not only did he deny for more than three decades that Phillips was Bishop but his timeline for the alleged meetings and events simply don't make sense.

I found Bill Kelly's response, er, let's say interesting.

No affidavit that I am aware of, just Fonzi's interviews with Veciana and his 3 testimonies. Only one of those testimonies is available, the other two are missing. Kelly is probably not a happy camper. First, Mel Ayton (with some help from Morley and Talbot) debunked the contention that Joannides, Gordon Campbell and Davis Morales were present at the Ambassador Hotel the night RFK was shot. Kelly had spent a considerable amount of time over at EF defending Bradley Ayers who was one of the individuals who "identified" the 3 CIA men. Ayers has apparently made all sorts of unfounded claims that are ripe for debunking. Secondly, Newman, myself and others are looking at Veciana's assertions and finding they don't make sense. So some of the old "CIA-did-it" chestnuts are disappearing.

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Re: Was the CIA involved in the JFK assassination?
« Reply #22 on: May 29, 2019, 09:35:12 PM »
I dont believe the CIA as an organization had any involvement in JFKs assassination but the agency participated in Cover Ups because some individuals who were affiliated with the CIA in the early 60s (ie Mafia members and/or anti-Castro Cubans) mightve conspired with Oswald.

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Re: Was the CIA involved in the JFK assassination?
« Reply #22 on: May 29, 2019, 09:35:12 PM »

 

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