Friday, August 7, 2020

The Lads of the Fourth World: The Conspiracy Against the West Los Chicos del Cuarto Mundd: La Conspiracion Contra Occidente. This post has been deletedf twice by CIA, Defense Inbtel and Miami Castro's Mob

 Raul Castro is running defamation campaign in Miami against Gualdo Hidalgo, together with Defense Intel  Generals   

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  Defense Intel controls Frank Calzon - after threatening him with criminal charges  for missing funds[ and Ernesto Diaz Rodriguez, Chief of Alpha66. Defense Intel also took control of President  Donald Trump by  framing him with the Russian probe, and also control Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu  by threatening him with criminal charges, and blackmailed General Gantz by pressing for a criminal investigation. Defense Intel has also framed all US congressmen and senators opposed to Castro brothers: The  Cuban Curse

Raul Castro and Defense Intel are planning to frame me using children as they did in Wshington Boro, New Jersey, 07882, where they asked two kids to say that I stopped my car while taking my dogs for a trip,  and \I said something to them without mentioning  what I told them.  It was niot true. They were lying. I drove my German shepherd I could not roll down the door window to talk to people in the street because my dogs got excited, start barking loud and want to jump ouside tru the window stteping over me (7:39 PM Saturday, August 8, 2020)

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\The story that something was deeply wrong started in my ranch, located at 8 Nunn Avenue, Washington, New Jersey, 07882. Every time I posted something on the Internet that Castro brothers did not like, the police would knock on my door, and ask if everything was fine, if I was ill. The police officers were sent by generals from the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). I continued to publish on the Internet, so, the police was  ordered to escalate their actions. They handcuffed me, and took me to the hospital, asking that the psychiatrists at the hospital confine me. The psychiatrists refused, so the police turned to psychiatrists  outsiders who who  talked to me  on a computer screen, video connected and agreed with the police and they canceled the release given by the hospital doctors, and they said that I should continue to be held. The hospital doctors used to advise me that I file a claim.

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In April 2010, Defense Intel Generals working for Castro brothers framed me to get me fired from my job as a high school teacher of Spanish at North Warren Regioinal High School, Blairstown, New Jersey. They used North Bergen Police Department,Blairstown Police Department, Judge Nino Falcone, North Bergen Municipal Court, and the C uban exiles Frank Calzon, Ernesto Diaz Rodriguez (Alpha66), Israel Abreu and Angel Alfonso Aleman and Brian Fogelson, the high school Principal.

 Defenbse Intel Generals are attacking by posting the wrong video, It is game, sometime they repost the true video

The Framing of Gualdo Hidalgo by Defense Intel Generals (Castro's Militia)


 

On April 10, Defense Intel Generals murdered  by beautiful Tiger  using a constrictor snake. Through the nose of Tiger0 strangled by the snake- a stream of blood ran

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 On October 2017, Defense Intel Generals kidnapped my four surviving dogs, They kept them as hostage, demanding my collaboration with Raul Castro's agents, A proof of live was sent tome. In the photo, my beloved Princess, the last survivor of my 7 German sheopherds. Princess was murdered during Donald Trumpo's visit to the | British royals when I refused to share the postings of Donald Trump and the Duchess Kate Middleton

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The Murder of JFK by CIA Operation 40. By Gualdo Hidalgo, Latin Heritage Foundation's publisher.

resident John F. Kennedy was murdered by Operation 4O. Officers from Dallas Police Department participated in the murder but as members of the 488th Military Intelligence Detachment, led by retired Colonel Jack Alston Crichton (Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in Europe during the Second World War), and a leading member of Operation 40.



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The Murder of JFK by CIA Operation 40. By Gualdo Hidalgo, Latin Heritage Foundation's publisher.

President John F. Kennedy was murdered by Operation 4O. Officers from Dallas Police Department participated in the killing but as members of the 488th Military Intelligence Detachment, led by retired Colonel Jack Alston Crichton (Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in Europe during the Second World War), and a leading member of Operation 40.

Operation 40 was the code name for a CIA  counter intelligence group composed mostly by Cuban exiles: Luis Posada Carriles; Orlando Bosh; Pedro Diaz Lanz; Jose Basulto; Rafael Chichi Quintero; Paulino Sierra; Alvin Ross; Antonio Cuesta; Antonio Veciana; Carlos Bringuier; Eladio del Valle; Eugenio Martinez (‘Musculito’); Felipe Rivero; Felix Rodriguez Mendigutia; Gaspar ‘Gasparito’ Jimenez Escobedo; Guillermo Novo; Hermino Diaz Garcia; Isidro Borjas, etc.
It was approved by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in March 1960, after the January 1959 Cuban Revolution. The group was presided over by Richard Nixon and included Admiral Arleigh Burke, Livingston Merchant of the State Department, National Security Adviser Gordon Gray, and Allen Dulles of the CIA.
CIA assembled virtually the same team that was involved in the removal of Jacobo Arbenz in Guatemalka: Tracey Barnes, Richard Bissell, David Sanchez Morales, David Atlee Phillips, E. Howard Hunt, Rip Robertson and Henry Hecksher. Added to this list were several agents who had been involved in undercover operations in Germany: Ted Shackley, Tom Clines and William Harvey.

Tracy Barnes functioned as head of the Cuban Task Force.

Vice-President Richard Nixon was the Cuban "case manager,"s.

Operation 40 killed JFK and more than one hundred witnesses


Operation 40 allegedly charged with assassinating Fidel Castro killed a bunch of other people instead,

It seems that Operation 40, supposedly created to remove Fidel Castro, had been redirected to kill Kennedy. David Atlee Phillips in the unpublished manuscript entitled The AMLASH Legacy wrote: "I was one of those officers who handled Lee Harvey Oswald ... We gave him the mission of killing Fidel Castro in Cuba ... I don't know why he killed Kennedy. But I do know he used precisely the plan we had devised against Castro. Thus the CIA did not anticipate the president's assassination, but it was responsible for it. I share that guilt. " And Frank Sturgis stated that "this assassination group (Operation 40) would upon orders, naturally, assassinate either members of the military or the political parties of the foreign country that you were going to infiltrate, and if necessary some of your own members who were suspected of being foreign agents. "

John Roselli, an influential mobster for the Chicago Outfit, told attorney, Edward Morgan: "The last of the sniper teams dispatched by Robert Kennedy in 1963 to assassinate Fidel Castro were captured in Havana. Under torture they broke and confessed to being sponsored by the CIA and the US government. At that point, Castro remarked that, 'If that was the way President Kennedy wanted it, Cuba could engage in the same tactics'. The result was that Castro infiltrated teams of snipers into the US to kill Kennedy". Roselli claimed that a CIA hit team that had been dispatched to Cuba had been "turned" and used to kill Kennedy.

 

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Orlando Bosh Avila - the "dark complected man",  captured by the Zapruder film seated on the sidewalk with the Umbrella Man



Orlando Bosh Avila, the walkie talkie man, seated by the Umbrella man is described as the dark complected man in Dealey Plaza, Orlando Bosh was the Chief of Action and Sabotage of  Movement 26 of July in the province Las Villas, Cuba.The "umbrella man" was one of the closest bystanders to President John F. Kennedy when Kennedy was first struck by a bullet. As Kennedy's limousine approached, the man opened up and lifted the umbrella high above his head, then spun or panned the umbrella from east to west (clockwise) as the president passed by him. In the aftermath of the assassination, the "umbrella man" sat down on the sidewalk next to Orlando Bosh before getting up and walking towards the Texas School Book Depository.Assassination researchers Josiah Thompson and Richard Sprague suggested that the "umbrella man" may have been acting as a signaler of some kind, opening his umbrella to signal "go ahead" and then raising it to communicate "fire a second round" to other gunmen.

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Marita Lorenz
 

Understanding the CIA's double game regarding Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution. By Gualdo Hidalgo

Mario Lazo -AMTOUT-1- the influential Cuban attorney who recruited Fidel Castro for CIA
Lyman B. Kirkpatrick  (Served as Inspector General and Executive Director of the CIA):: "My friend Mario Lazo arrived in Washington from Havana and asked if I could meet with him and the new Cuban ambassador. The three of us had lunch in my office and they urged that the United States recognize the Castro government as the only method of restoring order...Mario Lazo  was a highly respected Cuban lawyer. We had become good friends on my several visits to Cuba
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Lyman B. Kirkpatrick, Jr. The Real CIA. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1968.


In 1977, Lorenz told Paul Meskil of the New York Daily News that she met Oswald in the fall of 1963 at an Operation 40 safe house in the Little Havana section of Miami.[9] According to Lorenz, she met him again before the Kennedy assassination in 1963 in the house of Orlando Bosch, with Frank Sturgis, Pedro Luis Díaz Lanz, and two other Cubans present.[9] She said the men studied Dallas street maps and that she suspected that they were planning on raiding an arsenal.[9] Lorenz stated that she joined the men traveling to Dallas in two cars and carrying "rifles and scopes", but flew back to Miami the day after they arrived.[9] In response to her allegations, Sturgis said he did not recall ever meeting Oswald and reiterated his previous denials of being involved in a conspiracy to kill Kennedy.[9]

Guillermo Novo

Guillermo Novo
According to Marita Lorenz, Novo became involved with Operation 40, a CIA assassination squad. Lorenz pointed out that a few days before the assassination of John F. Kennedy, a group including Novo, Orlando Bosch, Frank Sturgis, Ignacio Novo and Pedro Diaz Lanz, travelled to Dallas. She also claimed that he was at a motel in Dallas when Kennedy's murder was planned.

She said Oswald... visited an Operation 40 training camp in the Florida Everglades. The next time she saw him, Ms. Lorenz said, was... in the Miami home of Orlando Bosch, who is now in a Venezuelan prison on murder charges in connection with the explosion and crash of a Cuban jetliner that killed 73 persons last year.

Ms. Lorenz claimed that this meeting was attended by Sturgis, Oswald, Bosch and Diaz Lanz, former Chief of the Cuban Air Force. She said the men spread Dallas street maps on a table and studied them...

She said they left for Dallas in two cars soon after the meeting. They took turns driving, she said, and the 1,300-mile trip took about two days. She added that they carried weapons - "rifles and scopes" - in the cars...

Sturgis reportedly recruited Ms. Lorenz for the CIA in 1959 while she was living with Castro in Havana. She later fled Cuba but returned on two secret missions. The first was to steal papers from Castro's suite in the Havana Hilton; the second mission was to kill him with a poison capsule, but it dissolved while concealed in ajar of cold cream.

Informed of her story, Sturgis told the News yesterday: "To the best of my knowledge, I never met Oswald."

 Frank Sturgis and Marita Lorenz


After the murder of John F Kennedy, Frank Sturgis told to Marita Lorenz: “We killed the President that day. You could have been a part of it — you know, part of history. You should have stayed. ”

     —FROM THE TESTIMONY OF MARITA LORENZ AT THE TRIAL OF E. HOWARD HUNT V. LIBERTY LOBBY, 1985.


In 1956 Sturgis moved to Cuba. In 1958 he made contact with the Central Intelligence Agency at the US Consulate in Santiago. Over the next few years he worked as an undercover agent for the agency. His control officer was Sam Jenis (AKA Jose Perdomo. The night John Lennon was killed, the Dakota night doorman called in sick . Jose Perdomo, the Comandante of Operacion 40, showed for coverage). According to a declassified FBI document Sturgis participated in anti-Castro leaflet-dropping raid over Cuba with Pedro Diaz Lanz, former chief of Cuban Air Force in October 1959.

In an article published in the Florida Sun Sentinel on 4th December, 1963, Jim Buchanan claimed that Sturgis had met Lee Harvey Oswald in Miami shortly before the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Buchanan claimed that Oswald had tried to infiltrate the Anti-Communist Brigade. When he was questioned by the FBI about this story, Sturgis claimed that Buchanan had misquoted him regarding his comments about Oswald.

        
         In February 1985, attorney Mark Lane read a deposition that Lorenz provided in E. Howard   Hunt's libel suit against the Liberty Lobby's tabloid, The Spotlight.[12] Lorenz lived in New York City at the time, however, Lane read the deposition in court stating that Lorenz was "afraid to come to Miami".[12] The deposition reiterated allegations similar to those she provided to the HSCA.[12] Lorenz said she met Oswald in Miami in the early 1960s, and that in November 1963 Sturgis asked her to come to Dallas with him and Oswald to act as a decoy.[12] Her statement said that she, Oswald, and seven anti-Castro Cubans transported weapons to Dallas in two cars shortly before November 22, 1963.[12] Lorenz claimed that Hunt came to their Dallas motel room and provided Sturgis with an envelope filled with cash.[13] According to one account, this testimony became the "centerpiece" for Lane's 1991 book Plausible Denial.[6]
 
In 1993, Lorenz was interviewed by Vanity Fair writer Ann Louise Bardach who described her as "a patron saint of conspiracy buffs".[6] Bardach wrote "at least half of her story is readily documented by the accounts of others and FBI memorandum, the other half lacks any corroboration, at times, flies in the face of existing evidence."[6]

Marita Lorenz told the New York Daily News that her companions on the car trip from Miami to Dallas were Oswald, CIA contact agent Frank Sturgis, Cuban exile leaders Orlando Bosch and Pedro Diaz Lanz, and two Cuban brothers whose names she did not know.

She said that they were members of Operation 40, a secret guerrilla group originally formed by the CIA in 1960 in preparation for the Bay of Pigs invasion...

Ms. Lorenz described Operation 40 as an "assassination squad" consisting of about 30 anti-Castro Cubans and their American advisors. She claimed the group conspired to kill Cuban Premier Fidel Castro and President Kennedy, whom it blamed for the Bay of Pigs fiasco...


Gerry Patrick Hemming, a member of CIA Operation 40, was Oswald's Marine sergeant when he was stationed at CIA's U-2 base in Atsugi, Japan-where Oswald supposedly was recruited as a spy by the Soviets, or was being trained to be a double agent by the CIA.
























Marita Lorenz has identified Hemming, along with Oswald, Frank Sturgis, Orlando Bosh, Pedro Diaz Lanz, Howard Hunt and others as being part of the secret squad assigned to kill President Kennedy.


Mario Lazo -  AMTOUT-1- the influential Cuban attorney who recruited Fidel Castro for CIA in 1948





Mario Lazo, the influential Cuban attorney who recruited Fidel Castro for CIA in 1948





Servando Gonzalez interviews Ramon B Conte, participant in the recruitment of Fidel Castro by CIA ib 1948



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Obviously, John Roselly is referring to Cuban exlies, who are members of Operation 40, and were sent by CIA to Cuba in the hours before Bay of Pig Invasion, and during the invasion, along with the other expeditionaries. These members of Operation 40 were arrested by Fidel Castro or remained allegedly refugees in embassies, and after a short period of time Fidel Castro allowed them to return to Miami, and some of them were in Dealey Plaza the day President John F Kennedy was killed

The Select Committee on Intelligence Activities decided to recall Roselli. Soon afterwards Fred Black called him and warned him that Santos Trafficante had taken out a contract on his life and that the "Cubans were after him".

In July 1976, Roselli left home in Florida to play golf. He never arrived at the golf course and ten days later his body was found floating in an oil drum in Miami's Dumfoundling Bay. He had been garroted. Roselli's legs had been sawed off and squashed into the drum with the rest of his body.

 This photograph was taken in a nightclub in Mexico City on 22nd January, 1963. It has been argued by Daniel Hopsicker that the men in the photograph are all members of Operation 40. Hopsicker suggests that the man closest to the camera on the left is Felix Rodriguez, next to him is Porter Goss and Barry Seal.Hopsicker adds that Frank Sturgis is attempting to hide his face with his coat. It has been claimed that in the picture are Albertao 'Loco' Blanco (3rd right) and Jorgo Robreno (4th right).


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Cubans who became members of Operation 40 included Antonio Veciana, Luis Posada, Orlando Bosch, Roland Masferrer, Eladio del Valle, Guillermo Novo, Rafael Villaverde, Carlos Bringuier, Eugenio Martinez, Antonio Cuesta, Hermino Diaz Garcia, Barry Seal, Felix Rodriguez, Ricardo Morales Navarrete, Juan Manuel Salvat, Isidro Borjas, Virgilio Paz, Jose Dionisio Suarez, Felipe Rivero, Gaspar Jimenez Escobedo, Nazario Sargent, Pedro Luis Diaz Lanz, Jose Basulto, Rafael Chichi Quintero, Alvin Ross, and Paulino Sierra.\

Alvin Ross;
Antonio Cuesta;
Antonio Veciana;
Barry Seal
Bernard Barker
Carl Elmer Jenkins;
Carlos Bringuier;
David A. Phillips
David Sanchez Morales
E. Howard Hunt,
Eladio del Valle
Eugenio Martinez (‘Musculito’);
Felipe Rivero;
Felix Rodriguez Mendigutia;
Frank Bender
Frank Sturgis;
Gaspar ‘Gasparito’ Jimenez Escobedo;
George Bush
Gerry Patrick Hemming;
Guillermo Novo;
Henry Hecksher.
Hermino Diaz Garcia;
Isidro Borjas;
Jack Crichton
Jack Esterline,
Jose Basulto;
Jose Dionisio Suarez;
Jose Sanjenis Perdomo, Chief of Police Cuban Pres Carlos Prio
Juan Manuel Salvat;
Luis Posada Carriles;
Nazario Sargent;
Orlando Bosch;
Paulino Sierra;
Pedro Luis Diaz Lanz;
Porter Goss;
Rafael ‘Chi Chi’ Quinterol
Ricardo Morales Navarrete
Richard Bissell
Rolando Masferrer;
Ted Shackley, CIA station-chief in Miami
Thomas G. Clines;
Tracy Barnes
Virgilio Paz Romero;
William C. Bishop;
William Harvey.
William Robert “Tosh” Plumlee;
William “Rip” Robertson;

Jack Alston Crichton

 In 1960 Richard Nixon recruited George Bush, Sr and Jack Crichton to gather funds for Operation 40.
 

Rivhard M Nixon appointed  Jack Alston Crichton in Operation 40 the group that Warren Hinckle and William Turner described in Deadly Secrets, as the “assassins-for-hire” organization.     Jack Crichton  was the commanding officer of the 488th Military Intelligence Detachment. He was Chairman of the Dallas Civil Defense Intelligence Committee. In early 1961, he was behind a program called 'Know Your Enemy' - a phase of defense in the Cold War. This focused on Communists and their perceived purpose to destroy the American way of life.

488th Military Intelligence Detachment


In 1956 Jack Alston Crichton started up his own spy unit, the 488th Military Intelligence Detachment in Dallas. Crichton served as the unit's commander under Lieutenant Colonel George Whitmeyer, who was in overall command of all Army Reserve units in East Texas. In an interview Crichton claimed that there were "about a hundred men in that unit and about forty or fifty of them were from the Dallas Police Department."

In November 1963 Jack Alston Crichton was involved in the arrangements of the visit that President John F. Kennedy made to Dallas. His close friend, Deputy Police Chief George L. Lumpkin, and a fellow member of the the 488th Military Intelligence Detachment, drove the pilot car of Kennedy's motorcade. Also in the car was Lieutenant Colonel George Whitmeyer, commander of all Army Reserve units in East Texas. The pilot car stopped briefly in front of the Texas School Book Depository, where Lumpkin spoke to a policeman controlling traffic at the corner of Houston and Elm.

As Russ Baker points out in Family of Secrets (2008) Crichton served as the "intelligence unit's only commander... until he retired from the 488th in 1967".

RICHARD NIXON, THE CASE MANAGER OIF OPERATION 40

November 21, 1963 - Richard M. Nixon in Dallas, Texas

 

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Chauncey Holt declared to have seen Luis Posada Carriles and Orlando Bosh in Dealey Plaza


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Charles Nicoletti,Mafia's contract killer


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Charles Nicoletti, a top Chicago Outfit hitman under Outfit boss Sam Giancana, AKA "The Typewriter" and "Chuckie Typewriter", a leading figure in the Mafia in Chicago, and got the reputation as an effective contract killer. He was also involved in the CIA plots to overthrow Fidel Castro in Cuba. According to James Files, Nicoletti was one of the gunmen who took part in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.  On 29th March, 1977, Charles Nicoletti was murdered in Chicago. He had been-- shot three times in the back of the head. George De Mohrenschildt  died the same day. Carlos Prio Socarras, former President of Cuba,  died too around that date, too.three men were due to appear before the Select House Committee on Assassinations where they were to be asked about  the assassination of President John F Kennedy..                                                                                                                                                              



Srurgis, Operation 40, born in Virginia. Despues de su ascenso al poder, Fidel Castro appointed Frank Sturgis as Chief of Intelligence for the Cuban airports. 

Frank Sturgis: “I was a CIA Assassin” Crime Magazine

After the murder of John F Kennedy, Frank Sturgis told Marita Lorenz:

“We killed the President that day. You could have been a part of it — you know, part of history. You should have stayed. ”

     —FROM THE TESTIMONY OF MARITA LORENZ AT THE TRIAL OF E. HOWARD HUNT V. LIBERTY LOBBY, 1985.


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In 1956 Sturgis moved to Cuba. In 1958 he joined FidelCastro guerrilla through the Central Intelligence Agency at the US Consulate in Santiago. His CIA control officer was Sam Jenis (AKA Jose Perdomo, the Dakota "doorman" the night John Lennon was killed). Sturgis also became involved in gunrunning to Cuba. According to a declassified FBI document Sturgis participated in anti-Castro leaflet-dropping raid over Cuba with Pedro Diaz Lanz, former chief of Cuban Air Force in October 1959. In an article published in the Florida Sun Sentinel on 4th December, 1963, Jim Buchanan claimed that Sturgis had met Lee Harvey Oswald in Miami shortly before the assassination of John F. Kennedy.In November, 1977, Marita Lorenz gave an interview to the New York Daily News in which she claimed that a group called Operation 40, that included Sturgis and Lee Harvey Oswald, were involved in a conspiracy to kill both John F. Kennedy and Fidel Castro.



Marita Lorenz
 


In 1977, Lorenz told Paul Meskil of the New York Daily News that she met Oswald in the fall of 1963 at an Operation 40 safe house in the Little Havana section of Miami.[9] According to Lorenz, she met him again before the Kennedy assassination in 1963 in the house of Orlando Bosch, with Frank Sturgis, Pedro Luis Díaz Lanz, and two other Cubans present.[9] She said the men studied Dallas street maps and that she suspected that they were planning on raiding an arsenal.[9] Lorenz stated that she joined the men traveling to Dallas in two cars and carrying "rifles and scopes", but flew back to Miami the day after they arrived.[9] In response to her allegations, Sturgis said he did not recall ever meeting Oswald and reiterated his previous denials of being involved in a conspiracy to kill Kennedy.[9]


Guillermo Novo

Guillermo Novo
According to Marita Lorenz, Novo became involved with Operation 40, a CIA assassination squad. Lorenz pointed out that a few days before the assassination of John F. Kennedy, a group including Novo, Orlando Bosch, Frank Sturgis, Ignacio Novo and Pedro Diaz Lanz, travelled to Dallas. She also claimed that he was at a motel in Dallas when Kennedy's murder was planned.

She said Oswald... visited an Operation 40 training camp in the Florida Everglades. The next time she saw him, Ms. Lorenz said, was... in the Miami home of Orlando Bosch, who is now in a Venezuelan prison on murder charges in connection with the explosion and crash of a Cuban jetliner that killed 73 persons last year.

Ms. Lorenz claimed that this meeting was attended by Sturgis, Oswald, Bosch and Diaz Lanz, former Chief of the Cuban Air Force. She said the men spread Dallas street maps on a table and studied them...

She said they left for Dallas in two cars soon after the meeting. They took turns driving, she said, and the 1,300-mile trip took about two days. She added that they carried weapons - "rifles and scopes" - in the cars...

Sturgis reportedly recruited Ms. Lorenz for the CIA in 1959 while she was living with Castro in Havana. She later fled Cuba but returned on two secret missions. The first was to steal papers from Castro's suite in the Havana Hilton; the second mission was to kill him with a poison capsule, but it dissolved while concealed in ajar of cold cream.

Informed of her story, Sturgis told the News yesterday: "To the best of my knowledge, I never met Oswald."

 Frank Sturgis and Marita Lorenz


After the murder of John F Kennedy, Frank Sturgis told to Marita Lorenz: “We killed the President that day. You could have been a part of it — you know, part of history. You should have stayed. ”

     —FROM THE TESTIMONY OF MARITA LORENZ AT THE TRIAL OF E. HOWARD HUNT V. LIBERTY LOBBY, 1985.


In 1956 Sturgis moved to Cuba. In 1958 he made contact with the Central Intelligence Agency at the US Consulate in Santiago. Over the next few years he worked as an undercover agent for the agency. His control officer was Sam Jenis (AKA Jose Perdomo. The night John Lennon was killed, the Dakota night doorman called in sick . Jose Perdomo, the Comandante of Operacion 40, showed for coverage). According to a declassified FBI document Sturgis participated in anti-Castro leaflet-dropping raid over Cuba with Pedro Diaz Lanz, former chief of Cuban Air Force in October 1959.
In an article published in the Florida Sun Sentinel on 4th December, 1963, Jim Buchanan claimed that Sturgis had met Lee Harvey Oswald in Miami shortly before the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Buchanan claimed that Oswald had tried to infiltrate the Anti-Communist Brigade. When he was questioned by the FBI about this story, Sturgis claimed that Buchanan had misquoted him regarding his comments about Oswald.

        
         In February 1985, attorney Mark Lane read a deposition that Lorenz provided in E. Howard   Hunt's libel suit against the Liberty Lobby's tabloid, The Spotlight.[12] Lorenz lived in New York City at the time, however, Lane read the deposition in court stating that Lorenz was "afraid to come to Miami".[12] The deposition reiterated allegations similar to those she provided to the HSCA.[12] Lorenz said she met Oswald in Miami in the early 1960s, and that in November 1963 Sturgis asked her to come to Dallas with him and Oswald to act as a decoy.[12] Her statement said that she, Oswald, and seven anti-Castro Cubans transported weapons to Dallas in two cars shortly before November 22, 1963.[12] Lorenz claimed that Hunt came to their Dallas motel room and provided Sturgis with an envelope filled with cash.[13] According to one account, this testimony became the "centerpiece" for Lane's 1991 book Plausible Denial.[6]
 
In 1993, Lorenz was interviewed by Vanity Fair writer Ann Louise Bardach who described her as "a patron saint of conspiracy buffs".[6] Bardach wrote "at least half of her story is readily documented by the accounts of others and FBI memorandum, the other half lacks any corroboration, at times, flies in the face of existing evidence."[6]


Marita Lorenz told the New York Daily News that her companions on the car trip from Miami to Dallas were Oswald, CIA contact agent Frank Sturgis, Cuban exile leaders Orlando Bosch and Pedro Diaz Lanz, and two Cuban brothers whose names she did not know.

She said that they were members of Operation 40, a secret guerrilla group originally formed by the CIA in 1960 in preparation for the Bay of Pigs invasion...

Ms. Lorenz described Operation 40 as an "assassination squad" consisting of about 30 anti-Castro Cubans and their American advisors. She claimed the group conspired to kill Cuban Premier Fidel Castro and President Kennedy, whom it blamed for the Bay of Pigs fiasco...


Gerry Patrick Hemming, a member of CIA Operation 40, was Oswald's Marine sergeant when he was stationed at CIA's U-2 base in Atsugi, Japan-where Oswald supposedly was recruited as a spy by the Soviets, or was being trained to be a double agent by the CIA.
























Marita Lorenz has identified Hemming, along with Oswald, Frank Sturgis, Orlando Bosh, Pedro Diaz Lanz, Howard Hunt and others as being part of the secret squad assigned to kill President Kennedy.



 Silvia Odio


Silvia Odio

Silvia Odio was born in Cuba in 1937. Odio left Cuba and settled in Dallas. Odio became active in the anti-Castro movement and helped form an organization called Junta Revolucionaria.

On 25th September, 1963, Odio had a visit from three men who claimed they were from New Orleans. Two of the men, Leopoldo and Angelo, said they were members of the Junta Revolucionaria. The third man, Leon, was introduced as an American sympathizer who was willing to take part in the assassination of Fidel Castro. After she told them that she was unwilling to get involved in any criminal activity, the three men left.

The following day Leopoldo phoned Odio and told her that Leon was a former Marine and that he was an expert marksman. He added that Leon had said “we Cubans, we did not have the guts because we should have assassinated Kennedy after the Bay of Pigs”. It is believed that Bernardo De Torres was Leopoldo and Edwin Collins was Angelo.

Odio became convinced that after the assassination of John F. Kennedy that Leon was Lee Harvey Oswald. Odio gave evidence to the Warren Commission and one of its lawyers commented: "Silvia Odio was checked out thoroughly... The evidence is unanimously favorable... Odio is the most significant witness linking Oswald to the anti-Castro Cubans."


Felix Rodriguez


 

Other anti-Castro Cubans who became members of Operation 40 included Antonio Veciana, Luis Posada, Orlando Bosch, Roland Masferrer, Eladio del Valle, Guillermo Novo, Rafael Villaverde, Carlos Bringuier, Eugenio Martinez, Antonio Cuesta, Hermino Diaz Garcia, Barry Seal, Felix Rodriguez, Ricardo Morales Navarrete, Juan Manuel Salvat, Isidro Borjas, Virgilio Paz, Jose Dionisio Suarez, Felipe Rivero, Gaspar Jimenez Escobedo, Nazario Sargent, Pedro Luis Diaz Lanz, Jose Basulto, and Paulino Sierra.

As Russ Baker points out in Family of Secrets (2008) Crichton served as the "intelligence unit's only commander... until he retired from the 488th in 1967".

During the Second World War he served with the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in Europe. In 1946 Everette DeGolyer recruited Crichton.

In the 1950s Jack Crichton became involved with several oil men who began negotiating with Fulgencio Batista, the military dictator of Cuba. A key figure in this was George de Mohrenschildt, who at that time worked for a company called Cuban-Venezuelan Oil Voting Trust Company (CVOVT) that had been established by William Buckley Sr. .

On 30th November, 1956, The New York Times reported that: "The Cuban Stanolind Oil Company, an affiliate of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana), has signed an agreement with the Cuban-Venezuelan Oil Voting Trust and Trans-Cuba Oil Company for the development of an an additional 3,000,000 acres in Cuba. This is in addition to the original agreement covering 12,000,000 acres." George de Mohrenschildt later told Albert E. Jenner that CVOVT had managed to obtain leases covering nearly half of Cuba in the 1950s.

On 1st January, 1959, Fulgencio Batista fled Cuba. The following day Fidel Castro and his revolutionary army marched into Havana. The New York Times reported on 22nd November 1959, that Castro's government had approved a law that would reduce the size of claims for oil exploration and halt large-scale explorations by private companies. These claims were now limited to 20,000 acres. This was a major problem for the Cuban-Venezuelan Oil Voting Trust Company that had signed an agreement with Fulgencio Batista for 15,000,000 acres.

Jack Crichton volunteered his services to the Dallas Police Department as a translator for Russian-born Marina Oswald shortly after the assassination. Jack Crichton translated for Marina during her initial questioning by the Dallas authorities in the crucial hours immediately after her husband Lee had been arrested. While Crichton's role as interpreter on that day is mentioned in at least two Warren Commission documents, the exact details of how he became involved in assisting the Dallas police are unclear.

Confessions

CIA legend E. Howard Hunt. In his 2007 book, discussions with his son, and a tape recording, Hunt outlined his 'benchwarmer' role in a CIA plot to kill JFK.
CIA legend E. Howard Hunt. In his 2007 book, discussions with his son, and a tape recording, Hunt outlined his "benchwarmer" role in a CIA plot to kill JFK.
Someone would have talked, so the saying goes. But people did talk about their involvement in the JFK assassination--some did so publicly, and some only to intimate associates. So, were at least some of them telling the truth?
Confession of Howard Hunt - CIA master spy and Watergate participant E. Howard Hunt named names to his son Saint John, and created a tape to be released after his death.
John Martino's Confessions - John Martino, who played a post-assassination role in the attempts to pin the murder on Castro, talked to his family and his lawyer about his peripheral involvement in the crime.
David Morales - We Took Care of That SOB - JMWAVE Chief Operations Officer David Morales, aka "El Indio," told lifelong friend Ruben Carbajal and business partner Robert Walton that "we" had taken care of Kennedy.
Santos Trafficante - It Should Have Been Bobby - "Mob lawyer" Frank Ragano wrote in his book that Santo Trafficante told him that he and Carlos Marcello "should have killed Bobby" instead of JFK.
James Files - Grassy Knoll Shooter? - James Files claims to have fired the fatal head shot from behind the grassy knoll fence.
Chauncey Holt - One of the Tramps? - Chauncey Holt says that he forged Oswald's "Hidell" ID card, among other activities, and is the oldest of the "three tramps" depicted in photos of Dallas on November 22, 1963. Holt names convicted murderer Charles Harrelson as one of his companions.
The list above is certainly not a complete list of confessions. Also, many other people have alleged involvement with Lee Oswald or some aspect of the JFK assassination story, but not with the murder plot itself.

RESOURCES:

Essays
The Last Confessions of E. Howard Hunt, by Erik Hedegaard.
JFK Murder Plot "Deathbed Confession Aired on National Radio, by Paul Joseph Watson.
Watergate Plotter May Have a Last Tale, by Carol Williams.
A Conversation with Gaeton Fonzi, by Steve Bochan and Gordon Winslow.
The Kennedy Contract: A Review, by Mike Sylwester.
Excerpts from Ultimate Sacrifice: A New Take on the Murder of JFK, by Thom Hartmann and Lamar Waldron.
Is James Files Telling the Truth?, by Wim Dankbaar.
Meet Chauncey Holt, by William Kelly.
The Kennedy Assassination's Links to Here and Now, by Edgar Tatro.
Report from Dallas: The Ask Symposium, November 14-16, 1991, by Martin Shackelford.
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, by Alan Houston.


Bradley Earl Ayers, letter to John R. Tunheim, 23rd August, 1994
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In a letter sent to John R. Tunheim in 1994, Bradley Ayers claimed that nine people based at JM/WAVE "have intimate operational knowledge of the circumstances surrounding the assassination" of John F. Kennedy. Ayers named Theodore Shackley, Grayston Lynch, Felix Rodriguez, Thomas Clines, Gordon Campbell, David Morales, Rip Robertson, Edward Roderick and Tony Sforza as the men who had this information.


 Bradley Ayers was interviewed by Jeremy Gunn of the Assassination Records Review Board in May, 1995. According to Gunn: “Ayers claims to have found in the course of his private investigative work, a credible witness who can put David Morales inside the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles on the night of June 5, 1968 (RFK’s assassination)." 


 Employees of the CIA have never been allowed to publish uncensored accounts of their activities. But Bradley Earl Ayers was never in the CIA. As a Regular Army officer, he was attached to the CIA on orders, and consequently was never required to sign a secrecy agreement.


In early 1963, Bradley Ayers was selected by the Department of Defense for a sensitive undercover assignment with the Central Intelligence Agency that involved trying to remove Fidel Castro from power in Cuba. According to Ayers he was briefed at the CIA by General Victor Krulak, a personal friend of President John F. Kennedy and a member of the Special Group (SGA).




JFK and RFK: The Plots that Killed Them, The Patsies that Didn’t.

By James Henry Fetzer,  former professor of Philosophy of Science at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

Three prominent CIA officials—George Joannides, David Sanchez Morales, and Gordon Campbell—have been identified as present at the Ambassador.
Bradley Ayers, an Army captain assigned to the CIA at JM/Wave in Miami from May 1962 to December 1964, had met all three and identified them in film footage from the Ambassador [15]. Gordon Campbell had even been Ayer’s case officer while he was working for the agency.
Wayne Smith, who served as an ambassador with the Department of of State from 1957-1982 with JFK’s Latin American Task Force, also knew Morales [16]. When he viewed the same footage as Ayers, he immediately recognized Morales. As he later told Shane O’Sullivan, “Bobby Kennedy is assassinated [and] David Morales is there? The two things have to be related” [17].


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RFK Must Die. The Assassination of Bobby Kennedy. investigative documentary by Irish writer and filmmaker Shane O'Sullivan released in 2007. The film expands on his earlier reports for BBC Newsnight and The Guardian
 

The Killing of JFK by Operation 40

     (References from a variety of sources)

The testimony of Chauncey Holt, a self-confessed CIA operative and mob associate, backs this up. In a videotaped interview made shortly before he died, Holt identified Posada Carriles as one of the Cuban exiles who was in Dealey Plaza at the time of the Kennedy assassination 


In “Deadly Secrets,” authors Warren Hinkle and William Turner named Rafael 'Chi Chi' Quintero, Luis Posada Carriles, Felix Rodriguez and Frank Sturgis as members of Operation 40, under the overall control of E. Howard Hunt. Hunt and Sturgis later spent time in prison for the Watergate burglary and are believed to have been in Dallas the day Kennedy was assassinated.

  Historian Arthur Schlesinger referred to it in a June 1961 memo to Richard Goodwin: "The ostensible purpose of Operation 40 was to administer liberated territories in Cuba. But the CIA agent in charge, a man known as Felix, trained the members of the group in methods of third degree interrogation, torture and general terrorism." That man in charge was Felix Rodriguez, who in 1967 led the CIA squad that captured and then murdered Che Guevara in Bolivia. He took Che's Rolex watch and proudly displayed it to reporters afterwards.  

General Fabian Escalante, the former head of Cuban counter-intelligence, author of "The Secret War: CIA Covert Operations Against Cuba, 1959-62," and "The Plot": "Who in 1963 had the resources to assassinate Kennedy? Who had the means and who had the motives to kill the U.S. president?” asked Escalante. "CIA agents from Operation 40 who were rabidly anti-Kennedy. And among them were Orlando Bosch, Luis Posada Carriles, Antonio Veciana and Felix Rodriguez Mendigutia."

General Escalante detailed the many CIA operations in Latin America that involved Cubans from Operation 40, originally trained by the CIA for the Bay of Pigs invasion. These included the coup against President Salvador Allende's government in Chile and the subsequent murder in Washington of former Chilean ambassador Orlando Letelier, as well as the Contra war against the Sandinistas in Nicaragua.


In 1990 The Common Cause magazine argued that: "The CIA put millionaire and agent George Bush in charge of recruiting exiled Cubans for the CIA’s invading army; Bush was working with another Texan oil magnate, Jack Crichton, who helped him in terms of the invasion." This story was linked to the release of "a memorandum in that context addressed to FBI chief J. Edward Hoover and signed November 1963, which reads: Mr. George Bush of the CIA" 

In an article published in The Realist in 1990, Kangas claims: "Among other members of the CIA recruited by George Bush were Frank Sturgis, Howard Hunt, Bernard Baker and Rafael Quintero.” Rafael Quintero stated: If I was to tell what I know about Dallas and the Bay of Pigs, it would be the greatest scandal that has ever rocked the nation."

General Fabian Escalante, Chief of Security of State (G2), Cuba, claimed that during captivity, Tony Cuesta confessed that he had been involved in the assassination of Kennedy. He also named Eladio del Valle, Roland Masferrer and Hermino Diaz Garcia as being involved in this operation. All four men were members of Operation 40.

Shortly before his death in 1975 John Martino confessed to a Miami Newsday reporter, John Cummings, that he had been guilty of spreading false stories implicating Lee Harvey Oswald in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. He claimed that two of the gunmen were Cuban exiles. It is believed the two men were Hermino Diaz Garcia (Operation 40) and Virgilio Gonzalez (Operation 40). Cummings added: "He told me he'd been part of the assassination of Kennedy. He wasn't in Dallas pulling a trigger, but he was involved. He implied that his role was delivering money, facilitating things.... He asked me not to write it while he was alive."

Fred Claasen also told the House Select Committee on Assassinations what he knew about his business partner’s involvement in the case. He claimed John Martino told him: “The anti-Castro people put Oswald together. Oswald didn’t know who he was working for – he was just ignorant of who was really putting him together. Oswald was to meet his contact at the Texas Theatre. They were to meet Oswald in the theatre, and get him out of the country, then eliminate him. Oswald made a mistake… There was no way we could get to him. They had Ruby kill him.”

Florence Martino at first refused to corroborate the story. However, in 1994 she told Anthony Summers that her husband said to her on the morning of 22nd November, 1963: "Flo, they're going to kill him (Kennedy). They're going to kill him when he gets to Texas."

There is another key CIA figure in Operation 40 who has made a confession concerning the assassination of John F. Kennedy. David Morales was head of operations at JM/WAVE, the CIA Miami station, at the time of the assassination. Gaeton Fonzi carried out a full investigation of Morales while working for the House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA). Unfortunately, Morales could not testify before the HSCA because he died of a heart attack on 8th May, 1978.

Fonzi tracked down Ruben Carbajal, a very close friend of Morales. Carbajal saw Morales the night before he died. He also visited Morales in hospital when he received news of the heart attack. Carbajal is convinced that Morales was killed by the CIA . Morales had told Carbajal the agency would do this if you posed a threat to covert operations. Morales, a heavy drinker, had a reputation for being indiscreet when intoxicated. On 4th August 1973, Morales allowed himself to be photographed by Kevin Scofield of the Arizona Republic at the El Molino restaurant. When the photograph appeared in the newspaper the following day, it identified Morales as Director for Operations Counterinsurgency and Special Activities in Washington.

Ruben Carbajal put Gaeton Fonzi in contact with Bob Walton, a business associate of David Morales. Walton confirmed Carbajal’s account that Morales feared being killed by the CIA. On one occasion he told him: “I know too much”. Walton also told him about a discussion he had with Morales about John F. Kennedy in the spring of 1973. Walton had done some volunteer work for Kennedy’s Senatorial campaign. When hearing this news, Morales launched an attack on Kennedy, describing him as a wimp who had betrayed the anti-Castro Cubans at the Bay of Pigs. He ended up by saying: “Well, we took care of that son of a bitch, didn’t we?” Carbajal, who was also present at this meeting, confirmed Walton’s account of what Morales said.

Another important piece of evidence comes from Gene Wheaton. In 1995 Wheaton approached the Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB) with information on the death of Kennedy. Anne Buttimer, Chief Investigator of the ARRB, recorded that: "Wheaton told me that from 1984 to 1987 he spent a lot of time in the Washington DC area and that starting in 1985 he was "recruited into Ollie North's network" by the CIA officer he has information about. He got to know this man and his wife, a "'super grade high level CIA officer" and kept a bedroom in their Virginia home. His friend was a Marine Corps liaison in New Orleans and was the CIA contact with Carlos Marcello. He had been responsible for "running people into Cuba before the Bay of Pigs." His friend is now 68 or 69 years of age... Over the course of a year or a year and one-half his friend told him about his activities with training Cuban insurgency groups. Wheaton said he also got to know many of the Cubans who had been his friend's soldiers/operatives when the Cubans visited in Virginia from their homes in Miami. His friend and the Cubans confirmed to Wheaton they assassinated JFK. Wheaton's friend said he trained the Cubans who pulled the triggers. Wheaton said the street level Cubans felt JFK was a traitor after the Bay of Pigs and wanted to kill him. People "above the Cubans" wanted JFK killed for other reasons."

It was later revealed that Wheaton's friend was Carl E. Jenkins, A senior CIA officer, Jenkins had been appointed in 1960 as Chief of Base for Cuban Project. In 1963 Jenkins provided paramilitary training for Manuel Artime and Rafael ‘Chi Chi’ Quintero and other members of the Movement for the Recovery of the Revolution (MRR). In an interview with William Law and Mark Sobel in the summer of 2005, Gene Wheaton claimed that Jenkins and Quintero were both involved in the assassination of Kennedy.

It seems that members of Operation 40, originally recruited to remove Fidel Castro, had been redirected to kill Kennedy. That someone had paid this team of assassins to kill the president of the United States as part of a freelance operation. This is not such a far-fetched idea when you consider that in 1959 Richard Nixon was approaching oilmen like George Walker Bush and Jack Crichton to help fund Operation 40. We also have the claim of Frank Sturgis that "this assassination group (Operation 40) would upon orders, naturally, assassinate either members of the military or the political parties of the foreign country that you were going to infiltrate, and if necessary some of your own members who were suspected of being foreign agents.
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Further support for this theory comes from an unlikely source. David Atlee Phillips died of cancer on 7th July, 1988. He left behind an unpublished manuscript entitled The AMLASH Legacy. The leading characters were explicitly based on Phillips, Winston Scott and James Angleton. The novel is about a CIA officer (Phillips) who lived in Mexico City. In the novel the character states: "I was one of those officers who handled Lee Harvey Oswald... We gave him the mission of killing Fidel Castro in Cuba... I don't know why he killed Kennedy. But I do know he used precisely the plan we had devised against Castro. Thus the CIA did not anticipate the president's assassination, but it was responsible for it. I share that guilt."


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The mad-hatters club? Prescott Bush adjusts Richard Nixon’s panama hat as Jack Ruby looks on.

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the old guard within the exile movement, who made effective alliance with CIA right-wingers against CIA liberals