Deciphered Scribble at bottom right of above referenced JFK11/12/63 Doc:
"Response from Colby, (sic) Angelton has MJ directive 11/20/63".
EDIT * CIA Director at time of Kennedy Mystery Memo:
"...After the Bay of Pigs fiasco, Kennedy tried to appease the right-wing by appointing McCone as CIA director. McCone's tenure at the CIA lasted
from November 29, 1961 to April 11, 1965. He became a director of ITT and a USC trustee in 1965, while remaining a consultant for the CIA at least
through 1970. ..."
EDIT ** "...During McCone's tenure at the CIA, the secret war in Laos (secret from Congress and the public), organized and directed by the CIA,
increased to major proportions. Diem was overthrown in 1963 with CIA assistance, and the CIA ignored the Mafia/Saigon-government heroin
connections that were developing. After 1965 the heroin trafficking moved to Laos in a big way and received important logistical support from the
CIA. ..." -- Wow !!
Dallas note: McCone was deeply involved with the CIA until JUST after Robert Kennedy was assasinanted !!
McCnes history: www.namebase.org...
Another JFK Memo issued to NASA same day:
November 12, 1963 CONFIDENTIAL National Security Action
Memorandum No. 271 for NASA Administrator (James Webb) from John F. Kennedy. Source: National Archives.
Written on White House stationery and dated the same day as
the TOP SECRET Memorandum written by President John F.
Kennedy to the CIA Director about "Classification review of all
UFO intelligence files affecting National Security," this second
memo to NASA about "Cooperation with the USSR on Outer
Space Matters" reads as follows:
"I would like you to assume personally the initiative
and central responsibility within the Government for
the development of a program of substantive
cooperation with the Soviet Union in the field of
outer space, including the development of specific
technical proposals. I assume that you will work
closely with the Department of State and other
agencies as appropriate.
"These proposals should be developed with a view to
their possible discussion with the Soviet Union as a
direct outcome of my September 20 proposal for
broader cooperation between the United States and
the USSR in outer space, including cooperation in
lunar landing programs. All proposals or suggestions
originating within the Government relating to this
general subject will be referred to you for your
consideration and evaluation.
"In addition to developing substantive proposals, I
expect that you will assist the Secretary of State in
exploring problems of procedure and timing
connected with holding discussions with the Soviet
Union and in proposing for my consideration the
channels which would be most desirable from our
point of view. In this connection the channel of
contact developed by Dr. Dryden between NASA
and the Soviet Academy of Sciences has been quite
effective, and I believe that we should continue to
utilize it as appropriate as a means of continuing the
dialogue between the scientists of both countries.
I would like an interim report on the progress of our
planning by December 15."
Article and info from LM Howe report, 2002:
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