I just saw some moron on Steve Kornacki’s program argue that there could not have been any conspiracy to kill President Kennedy because our government is inept and can’t keep any secrets. I thought Larry Hancock dealt with this long ago, when the first edition of Someone Would Have Talked came out. Simply put, plenty of people have talked. The official House Special Committee on Assassinations concluded in the late 1970’s that there had been a conspiracy including more people than just Oswald in the murder of President Kennedy. I am not going to spell out the whole history here, but I am going to give you the resources you need to understand why the research community is utterly convinced that a conspiracy took place.

The links I am providing deal exclusively with the CIA’s station in Mexico City and Oswald’s alleged visit to that city in late September and early October 1963. If you learn nothing else, you will learn how our government keeps secrets.

HSCA (Lopez Report)
Oswald, the CIA and Mexico City, by John Newman
Mexico City: A New Analysis, by John Newman
State Secret: Chapter 1, by Bill Simpich
State Secret: Chapter 2, by Bill Simpich
State Secret: Chapter 3, by Bill Simpich
State Secret: Chapter 4, by Bill Simpich
What Jane Roman Said

If, after perusing the above links, you can abide someone telling you that the government cannot keep any secrets, then I have a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you.

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