posted on Jul, 15 2011 @ 10:11 PM
I am starting to believe parts of theories like this, although I used to think they were ludicrous. My main gripe with the Oswald acted alone theory
is his connection to George de Mohrenschildt, who intelligence services in multiple countries thought he had connections to French and German
His brother was an agent for the OSS, the predecessor of the CIA. De Mohrenschildt himself applied for the OSS at the start of WWII. Even weirder than
that were his connections to Kennedy's wife and her family. Also, as de Mohrenschildt testified later he had "discussed" Oswald with J. Walton
Moore, who was an agent for the CIA, although de Mohrenschildt claims he did not know this at the time. You should read up on this if you aren't
familiar with the circumstances, as they offer a semi-plausible explanation.
He also had connections to the Bush family, and I urge you to read up on that. In fact, years later, de Mohrenschildt believed he was under government
surveillance, and wrote a letter to Bush, then director of the Central Intelligence Agency, expressing his concerns regarding the surveillance, and I
thought he came across as more than just simply concerned.
Bush actually replied in a very personal letter that can be read online if anyone is interested.
There is also what I call the Russian connection. You all probably know of Oswald's connection to Russia, and de Mohrenschildt was from Russia, and
Oswald had apparently been watched or even contacted the CIA at some point. The connections between Russia, and more importantly the CIA throughout
all of these individuals is staggering in my opinion, and anyone who is interested should follow up on this simple outline.
Later, de Mohrenschildt went to Brussels with a journalist named William Oltman. While there de Mohrenschildt disappeared, failing to show up for a
pre-arranged meeting. His body was later found all the way in Florida. Oltman, his friend, claimed that the CIA had murdered him because he was about
to spill the beans on what he knew about the Kennedy assassination. He also claimed that Oswald was just a patsy. So this leads me to believe that de
Mohrenschildt confessed or at least discussed involvement with the CIA to Oltman.
Finally, the point of all of that information is to show the link that Oswald had to the government. Many even speculate that de Mohrenschildt was
Oswald's CIA handler. With that noted, I'm sure you all have heard the evidence connecting Sirhan Sirhan to "handlers," due to the story of
witnesses and the woman in the polka-dot dress, just citing one example. There is other evidence regarding the other assassins, but I don't want to
hijack this thread.
So my conclusion is that this needs to be scrutinized much more closely, because I believe there to be definite involvement by the CIA or other
government agencies in all of these assassinations.