What did the Washington political elite think of JFK’s death?
More than a few members of the Washington political elite in the 1960s privately suspected that President Kennedy had been killed by his enemies. They ranged from the JFK’s brother and widow to members of the Warren Commission to established news reporters.
As Rex Bradford notes in this 2008 speech in Dallas, “this group shared with the rest of us disbelief in the lone disgruntled gunman story, What we don’t find [in their comments] for the most part are strong indications that they really knew the answer to ‘Who killed JFK?’ beyond intelligent hunches. But some of their statements offer interesting clues and point the way toward information they had which has since gone missing.”
More original reporting from JFK Facts:
“Top 5 JFK Files Brennan Should Make Public” (JFK Facts, Feb. 5, 2013)
“Two More JFK Files for Brennan’s Review.” (JFK Facts, Feb 12, 2013)
“Why I sued the CIA for JFK Records” (JFK FActs, February 23, 2013)
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