Lane’s book Plausible Denial features David Atlee Phillips admitting a CIA role in a fake Oswald in Mexico City scheme, which Phillips suggested was
direct CIA involvement in the JFK murder. After many foreign assasinations, CIA was practised at complex hits. First off, conspirators are
compartmentalized. None know it all, in order to protect the big money sponsors (Du Pont family businesses, i.e. United Fruit which employed Allen
Dulles prior to his CIA leadership—see Prouty’s story about Gen. Ed Lansdale being in on the hit, Lansdale was a Dulles protege. Du Pont family
contacts permeate the entire network of suspects, including Richard Helms) and high level officials. Du Ponts had many motives and it took major
corporate backing to pull the hit off (and endless supply of cash), given that mere government operatives needed a larger network of support–the men
who use the CIA to do their dirty business.) E. H. Hunt wouldn’t have wanted to pin JFK’s bloody shirt on himself, hence he may have kept the last
details secret from Saint. (Saint, your expose is bold, well chosen. There’s a little-known irony in the Helms and Hughes ties to assassination and
Watergate cases. See my article at: www.newsmakingnews.com...
If I’m not mistaken, Saint John Hunt's father was on Hughes’
side in a major battle with Du Ponts over control of US aviation and satellite business, which Hughes lost when a Du Pont in-law judge ruled on the
Hughes estate and Du Pont’s General Motors then took over Hughes.
In other words, Saint John Hunt's dad, like Hughes, had vengeance motives against Du Ponts, and telling him about the assassination left evidence
that the JFK hit was more complicated than some might think.
LBJ certainly had motives, and as history PhD biographer Doris Kearns wrote after getting exclusive interviews during his twilight years, LBJ spoke
like a madman during his last years. He was clearly delusional, and exhibited the kind of pathology that a suspect might have displayed in later
years. He clearly had mob ties (Bobby Baker, mob fixer) and was egomaniacal in epic ways. He also may have had an illegitimate son.
When we look at the assassination threads we see CIA, corporate, mob, and anti-Castro types like Veciana. The CIA would use all of them, and would use
them as layers of an onion, like cutouts. The more conspirators, the better. The mob would scare off many researchers of the day, given the deep mob
permeation of criminal culture, pre-RICO. In all truth, the times were corrupt and JFK’s big money routine was part of the problem, in the end.
Sturgis certainly tried to throw investigators off, and there’s a further irony in his life. Sturgis isn’t his name; it’s Fiorini. Sturgis is
the name of a big Philadelphia banking family, a cover Fiorini used to try to look respectable. Why? Fiorini may have been straight mob, even a mob
boss’s or lieutenant’s son (he resembles both Vito Genovese and one of Genovese’s lieutenants. He was sent off to live in Phila, for some
reason. Why was he sent into Cuba to mix w. Castro, then slipped into the role as Castro’s casinos overseer? He had to be a CIA, probably Lansky,
mob plant, given that he quit Cuba and became a mob and narcotics-implicated operative. He had connections.
Marita Lorenz, who was Castro’s mistress at some point, later said she rode in a car from Miami to Dallas loaded with guns accompanied by E. H.
Hunt, Sturgis, Gary Patrick Hemming and a man named Novo–to be part of the JFK assassination. Hunt’s role in Dallas needs more daylight (Saint
says he definitely wasn’t eating in New York’s Chinatown with Dorothy that night, which was his alibi, so something is amiss).
[edit on 5-4-2007 by gl2]
[edit on 5-4-2007 by gl2]