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The Death of JFK: Nixon Tied it to Bay of Pigs
Initially, Vice President Richard Nixon (under President Eisenhower) oversaw Operation 40, an assassins unit, which was first aimed at Cuba (to kill Castro) to appease businessmen complaining about lost property. Nixon got a committee of businessmen under Jack Crichton and George H.W. Bush to fund the operation. These men were also entrusted with enlisting Cubans to invade Cuba. Frank Sturgis, Howard Hunt, Bernard Baker and Rafael Quintero were among those recruited for the invasion. Others were Orlando Bosch, Luis Posada Carriles, and Antonio Ve C.I.A.na .Felix Rodriguez was serving as an aid to Bush. After the failed Bay of Pigs Operation, these people detested Kennedy.
E. Howard Hunt (Kennedy Assassin) – Planned the Watergate Burglary and the CIA’s main agent who planned the “Bay of Pigs.”
Frank Sturgis (Kennedy Assassin) – Watergate Burglar and CIA Agent involved in “Bay of Pigs.”
Bernard Baker – Watergate Burglar and CIA Agent involved in “Bay of Pigs.”
Nixon was extremely concerned about stopping the Democrats from publishing the photos of Hunt & Sturgis under arrest for the murder of JFK (see below). Eyewitness Marita Lorenz testified under oath that she saw Hunt pay off an assassination team in Dallas the night before Kennedy’s murder.
Frank Sturgis, told the San Francisco Chronicle (May 7, 1977) that “the reason we burglarized the Watergate was because “Nixon was interested in stopping news leaking related to the photos of our role in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.”
Both Hunt and Frank Sturgis worked for Bush on the CIA’s raids and numerous attempts to assassinate Castro. Sturgis admitted to being a spotter and that both he and Hunt shot JFK from the grassy knoll.
They were two of the men posing as tramps arrested after they were found hiding in a boxcar behind the grassy knoll. Both of them just happened to have walkie-talkies on their person at the time they were arrest by the Dallas Police. The third man was said to have been Texas Mafia hit-man Charles Harrelson.
Two of the Police officers got off of their motorcycles and ran up the hill towards the fence behind the grassy knoll. As Dallas police officer Joe Marshal rushed up the grassy knoll he could smell the gun power, which he later reported to the Warren Commission. When he encountered a man in the parking lot behind the fence he pulled his pistol and the man quickly showed him his ID, saying that he was a secrete service agent. They then spotted two men running across the Rail Road yard and chased after them, but they lost them.
A few days after the break-in, Nixon was recorded saying, to H. R. Haldeman,
“This fellow Hunt, he knows too damn much. It’s very bad, to have this fellow Hunt, ah, you know, ah, it’s, he, he knows too damn much and he was involved, we happen to know that. And that it gets out that the whole, this is all involved in the Cuban thing, that it’s a fiasco, and it’s going to make the FB, ah CIA look bad, it’s going to make Hunt look bad, and it’s likely to blow the whole, uh, Bay of Pigs thing which we think would be very unfortunate for CIA and for the country at this time, and for American foreign policy, and he just better tough it and lay it on them.”
JFK Murder Solved
Nixon admitted he was in Dallas when Kennedy was assassinated, but gave conflicting accounts. Is there other evidence to tie Nixon to key players in the JFK assassination? Yes, there is! Jack Ruby who killed Oswald worked for Nixon.
One of the most tantalizing nuggets about Nixon’s possible inside knowledge of JFK assassination secrets was buried on a White House tape until 2002. On the tape, recorded in May of 1972, the president confided to two top aides that the Warren Commission pulled off “the greatest hoax that has ever been perpetuated.”