59th Anniversary of JFKs Assassination
Jefferson Morley is a veteran Washington journalist and author whose novelistic non-fiction illuminate untold chapters in the history of the United States. He worked for 15 years as an editor and reporter at the Washington Post and as World News Editor of Washingtonpost.com. His work has appeared in the New York Review of Books, Rolling Stone, The Nation, New Republic, Slate, Arms Control Today, Just Security, and Counterpunch.
Morley is the author of aTrilogy of Spies. His first book Our Man In Mexico: Winston Scott and the HiddenHistory of the CIA (2008),tells the story of the Agency’s top man in Mexico in the turbulent 1960s. TheGhost: The Secret Life of Spymaster: James Jesus Angleton (2017) tells thestory of the brilliant counterintelligence chief. Scorpions’ Dance: ThePresident, the Spymaster and Watergate tells the story of the Machiavellianrelationship between President Richard Nixon and CIA director Richard Helms,
Morley’s 2012 book Snow-Stormin August: Washington City, Francis Scott Key and the Forgotten Race Riot of1835 recounts the first race riot in Washington DC in which white mobs attacked the free people of color while District Attorney Francis Scott Key, author of the Star Spangled Banner, sought the death penalty for an enslaved young man falsely accused of attacking his owner with an ax.
The Still Secret JFK Files and the CIA connection
Jefferson Morley works for the Washington Post as an Investigative Reporter.
He’s written three books on the CIA connection to Lee Harvey Oswald
16,000 files kept “secret” may well be released in December of this year.
President Trump and Biden both blocked the release of the files.
Morley has seen no concrete evidence of the connection of JFK printing dollars out of treasury as “rumored” over the years.
The Mary Ferrell Foundation, which Mr. Morley is Vice President is suing the Biden administration to release the files this year
Morley says an eye witness physician who was with JFK after he was killed looked closely at the head wound and said it was a shot from the front not the rear.
He said various organizations tried to duplicate what Oswald was alleged to have done in 6 seconds and couldn’t do it.
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