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Originally posted by Essan
And if the CIA recruits the US presidents why did they assasinate JFK? Or was Kennedy a double agent working for the Canadians?
In 1964 the Warren Commission found that Jeanne and her husband George de Mohrenschildt were Marina and Lee Oswald's closest friends.
Not only did Jeanne and Zapruder worked together, they were in 1953 both friends with Olga Fehmer at Nardis of Dallas. Olga's daughter Marie would become the personal secretary of Lyndon Johnson's. Marie was on board Air Force One following JFK's death. The Fehmer family attended Senator Chuck Robb's wedding to Lynda Johnson.
Throughout the 1950s George de Mohrenschildt worked out of a CIA-trust building and exchanged letters in 1963 with LBJ seven months before JFK's death. De Mohrenschildt met with LBJ on April 26, and again on May 20th.
The man in charge of the CIA, President Bill Clinton's own lawyer, Robert Bennett represented the Zapruder Family in this case before the Zapruder Arbitration Board. Clinton's Attorney General appointed Al Gore's brother-in-law, Frank Hunger, to represent our Government's interest in the Zapruder case. Hunger quit after Adamson complained to Janet Reno of this conflict of interest.
George Bush Sr. was President and was responsible for signing into law in 1991-92 The JFK Assassination Records Review BoardThe Assassination Records Review Board was created as a result of an act passed by the US Congress in 1992, entitled the "President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act.
..... Click the link for more information. Act which took possession of Zapruder's film under this act.
George Bush, Sr. has written a letter admitting that he had known de Mohrenschildt since 1942.
Bush also knew LBJ was involved with The Bay of Pigs InvasionBay of Pigs Invasion, 1961, an unsuccessful invasion of Cuba by Cuban exiles, supported by the U.S. government. On Apr. 17, 1961, an armed force of about 1,500 Cuban exiles landed in the Bahía de Cochinos (Bay of Pigs) on the south coast of Cuba.
..... Click the link for more information. and Bush was briefed by J.E. Hoover on JFK's assassination on November 23, 1963. The Bush family has many ties to Oswald and de Mohrenschildt.
Originally posted by iamsupermanv2
I may also add that its from prison planet...and anything Alex Jones puts his stamp on one should be rather suspicious. He may have had pure intentions at the beginning, but he's lost it now.
Originally posted by Mary Rose
No, he hasn't.
What do you base that on?
Originally posted by ~Lucidity
reply to post by monkeySEEmonkeyDO
Well, Obama is CFR-backed. Michelle Obama worked with/for the CFR, Not such a mystery, really. They found someone they could run and ran him. Happens all the time. Now what underpinnings there are to the CFR is a whole other discussion, which may or may not involve the CIA. Frankly, I'm not sure any of us will ever know for sure.
Originally posted by ModernAcademia
After his election, President Obama quickly moved to seal off his records via an executive order.
One of the spurious claims being circulated by the Birther fringe is that one of President Obama's first acts in office was to issue Executive Order 13489 (PDF), which they claim was intended to seal away his birth certificate, school records and other evidence that he is not a United States citizen or otherwise unqualified to be President.
However, this executive order is virtually the same as Executive Order 123283 (PDF), which President George W. Bush issued early in his presidency and which it replaced. That executive order is in turn virtually identical to its predecessor Executive Order 12667 which was issued by President Reagan. All of these orders deal specifically with the National Archive and its role in preserving presidential papers and records. The orders refer only to records generated by the office of the President during his administration which have been kept by the National Archive since that institution was created in 1934.