The Endless CIA-Oswald Coverup
Another JFK assassination anniversary arrives with still buried secrets
That the CIA had an unacknowledged relationship of sorts with Lee Harvey Oswald remains buried in top secret files, 58 years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963.
This is a national disgrace. If, as the deeply flawed Warren Commission report stated, Kennedy was assassinated by Oswald alone, that the murder was not the result of a conspiracy, what can the CIA be hiding that needs to be kept secret all these decades later? We’ve known for years now that the agency had Oswald under surveillance—a fact which it hid from the public. But what else is could it be hiding?
After President Joe Biden kicked the declassification can down the road once again last month, I called up JFK assassination expert Jefferson Morley, a former Washington Post reporter who has written two well received books relating to the CIA and Oswald. What are they hiding? I asked.
“They're hiding three things. One is…