Peter Dale Scott

Richard Helms takes an oath at the his swearing in ceremony as Director of Intelligence. Photo credit: Adapted by WhoWhatWhy from (Jesse Wilinski / YouTube)

Why CIA’s Richard Helms Lied About Oswald: Part 2

This is an essay about lies — layer upon layer of lies — told by US intelligence agencies and other officials about what Lee Harvey Oswald, or his look-alike, was allegedly doing in Mexico just weeks before the Kennedy assassination. And it is about obstruction of justice in what is considered the crime of the century.

DCI Richard Helms, in the White House Cabinet Room. Photo credit: Adapted by WhoWhatWhy from White House / Wikimedia

Why CIA’s Richard Helms Lied About Oswald: Part 1

This is an essay about lies — layer upon layer of lies — told by US intelligence agencies and other officials about what Lee Harvey Oswald, or his look-alike, was allegedly doing in Mexico just weeks before the Kennedy assassination. And it is about obstruction of justice in what is considered the crime of the century.

David Atlee Phillips. Photo credit: Adapted by WhoWhatWhy from Shane McBryde / YouTube.

The CIA, Mafia, Mexico — and Oswald, Part 6

This is a complex story, as fascinating as it is appalling. It is about how the CIA and FBI suppressed a major clue to the existence of a pre-JFK-assassination conspiracy. And about how alleged evidence of Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico was manipulated and altered by elements in the CIA and their Mexican clients, the Dirección Federal de Seguridad (DFS).

James Jesus Angleton Photo credit: Adapted by WhoWhatWhy from National Counterintelligence Center / Wikimedia

The CIA, Mafia, Mexico — and Oswald, Part 5

This is a complex story, as fascinating as it is appalling. It is about how the CIA and FBI suppressed a major clue to the existence of a pre-JFK-assassination conspiracy. And about how alleged evidence of Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico was manipulated and altered by elements in the CIA and their Mexican clients, the Dirección Federal de Seguridad (DFS).

Oswald Jigsaw Puzzle. Photo credit: Adapted by WhoWhatWhy from Jolene Faber / Flickr (CC BY 2.0), ARCHIVES.GOV.

The CIA, Mafia, Mexico — and Oswald, Part 4

This is a complex story, as fascinating as it is appalling. It is about how the CIA and FBI suppressed a major clue to the existence of a pre-JFK-assassination conspiracy. And about how alleged evidence of Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico was manipulated and altered by elements in the CIA and their Mexican clients, the Dirección Federal de Seguridad (DFS).

Zocalo of Mexico City. Photo credit: Sarumo74 / Wikimedia (CC BY 3.0)

The CIA, Mafia, Mexico — and Oswald, Part 3

This is a complex story, as fascinating as it is appalling. It is about how the CIA and FBI suppressed a major clue to the existence of a pre-JFK-assassination conspiracy. And about how alleged evidence of Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico was manipulated and altered by elements in the CIA and their Mexican clients, the Dirección Federal de Seguridad (DFS).

Lee Harvey Oswald and two policemen taken after Oswald's arrest. Photo credit: ARCHIVES.GOV.

The CIA, Mafia, Mexico — and Oswald, Part 2

This is a complex story, as fascinating as it is appalling. It is about how the CIA and FBI suppressed a major clue to the existence of a pre-JFK-assassination conspiracy. And about how alleged evidence of Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico was manipulated and altered by elements in the CIA and their Mexican clients, the Dirección Federal de Seguridad (DFS).

Lee Harvey Oswald. Photo credit: ARCHIVES.GOV.

The CIA, Mafia, Mexico — and Oswald, Part 1

This is a complex story, as fascinating as it is appalling. It is about how the CIA and FBI suppressed a major clue to the existence of a pre-JFK-assassination conspiracy. And about how alleged evidence of Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico was manipulated and altered by elements in the CIA and their Mexican clients, the Dirección Federal de Seguridad (DFS).

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Is One Muslim Man’s Drug-Crazed Rampage Terrorism?

The murder of a Canadian soldier in Ottawa and the subsequent shootings at Canada’s parliament were the work of a drug-crazed man who was Muslim. Yet the government quickly framed it as a terrorist action, and an excuse to boost the state’s powers. Will it send Canada down an American path to reduced rights and increased surveillance?

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