The Strange Communication Cable in late 1963

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The Strange Communication Cable in late 1963

Postby Tommy Wilkens » Tue Jan 27, 2015 2:43 am

Records show that as early as 1960 the Central Intelligence Agency had shown a great interest in Lee Harvey Oswald. Released documents would reveal that Jane Roman the long time special assistant to the Central Intelligence Agencies CounterIntelligence chief spymaster James Angleton would tell that the agency had shown a great interest in Lee Oswald more than three years before the assassination of President Kennedy took place. In another released document a strange communication cable in late 1963 surfaced that recorded four Central Intelligence Officers saying that Lee Harvey Oswald was “maturing” . The four were identified as Willem J. Hood Chief of Operations in the Western Hemisphere, Tom Karamessines Assistant to the Central Intelligence Director Richard Helms,Jane Roman Assistant to James Angleton and John Whitten Operations Director of the Mexico / Central American desk for the Central Intelligence Agency. No explanation was ever given for the communication cable or for the wording that Lee Harvey Oswald was “maturing”.What is known is that 42 days after this communication cable saying that Lee Oswald was “maturing” President Kennedy was assassinated and Lee Harvey Oswald was charged with the crime.
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