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JFK Conspiracy and George Bush

The debate about Kennedy's assassination has been mixed by emotional and of conspiracy theories that try to explain why a popular president was shot. I believe that President John F. Kennedy's assassination in Dallas, Texas was a conspiracy. The U.S. Government has admitted that the American people have not been told the truth about the assassination.

The Committee on Assassinations believes that on the of evidence available , that President JFK was probably assassinated as a result of a conspiracy. The committee also stated that is was unable to identify "the other gunman" implying that the first gunman was Oswald, but they never verified him as one. One reason why the conspiracy wasn't determined is because the funding for the investigation was suddenly cut. The conspirators did not want the committee to find out. Someone that could cut of the funds to a government aided project most have some authority. (Brauer118)

Newly discovered documents show George Bush was directly involved in the murder. The document places Bush working with a now famous CIA agent, Felix Rodriguez. He claims that he quit the CIA in 1976, just after being sent to prison for his role in the Watergate burglary. According to Rolling Stone however, Rodriguez still goes to the CIA headquarters monthly to receive assignments and have his blue 1987 bulletproof Cadillac serviced. He was asked where he was the day JFK was shot and claims he can't remember. (Schlesinger28)

Every serious investigator now agrees that Oswald did not shoot JFK. During Nixon's Watergate "problems" he always used code words when talking about the 1963 murder of JFK. Haldeman said Nixon would always refer to the assassination as "the Bay of Pigs."

At first Bush, Nixon, Cabel, and Hunt decided to just go ahead with the corporate/CIA planned invasion on Cuba. Just 2 hours before the invasion General Cabel called JFK and asked for permission to provide U.S. air cover for the CIA invasion. Kennedy said no. The CIA was furious but went ahead with the invasion. It failed due to poor intelligence. It had landed on a the worst beach killing 15 of the CIA's best men with another 1100 in Cuban prisons. Bush, Nixon and Hunt blamed Cabel for asking Kennedy and blamed Kennedy for saying no. They were left with a lot of anger. Nixon's corporate sponsors ordered JFK to make any deal to recover the 1100 CIA agents in Cuba. Once the CIA had its well-trained Cubans back they decided to continue the invasion of Cuba just as soon as they could get rid of Kennedy. (Parmet 384)

"With Nixon running against Kennedy again, Bush, Ford



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