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The JFK Case: Oswald and His Twelve Handlers

August 23, 2010
Bill Simpich
8/22/2010

If you appreciate gazing into the darkness, that’s all the more reason to gather around the fire. This is a story about ghosts and spooks that haunt the United States of America. When it’s over, I’m going to suggest that we talk to the people in Washington who can help us make sure we can get the end of the story right. Some of the last chapters are written down and sitting in cold, unlit basements.

And though this story is filled with ghosts, some of the spooks are still alive and can still talk.

With millions of documents released in the years since the JFK Act was passed in the nineties, the intelligence backgrounds of Oswald’s handlers have come into focus. A handler can range from a “babysitter” who just keeps an eye on the subject to someone handing out unequivocal orders. I count twelve of them, and I’ll tell you about them here in this series of essays.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

One Comment leave one →
  1. upaces88 permalink
    June 11, 2013 9:46 pm

    When Kennedy was killed, I was in the 11th grade in a Ft. Worth High School.
    After that I moved to California to be with my high school sweet heart. He had joined the Marines.
    We finally got out and came back to Texas and drove to Dallas to see his uncle living in Highland Park (very very expensive area in Dallas)>
    The first thing his uncle did was pull out a small lock box; and take a picture out of it. It was a photo of Oswald at the FOOT OF THE BUILDING that he “supposedly” shot Kennedy from.
    IT WAS “TIME AND DATE STAMPED.” It was to be Oswald’s “GET OUT OF JAIL FREE CARD.” He DID NOT do it!
    You know the rest.

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