Lee Harvey Oswald was told by Khrushchev to kill JFK ex-CIA chief says

R. James Woolsey, who ran the CIA from 1993-1995, and Ion Mihai Pacepa, former head of Romania’s spy service, have written a book reinterpreting the 1964 Warren Report.

  • Lee Harvey Oswald defected to the USSR in 1959 before returning in 1961
  • A new book claims Oswald was a KGB agent and was told to assassinate Kennedy
  • Author R. James Woolsey, who ran the CIA from 1993-1995, makes the claim
  • He wrote the book with Ion Mihai Pacepa, Nicolae Ceausescu’s former spy chief
  • Woolsey and Pacepa base their claims on the 1964 Warren Commission Report
  • They say the report has not been properly interpreted until now
  • The authors argue the Soviets changed their minds, but Oswald went ahead
  • Oswald was killed two days after shooting JFK, in November 1963

Lee Harvey Oswald was instructed to kill John F. Kennedy by Soviet leader Nikita Kruschev, a former CIA chief has claimed, and went ahead with the plan despite the Soviets changing their mind.

R. James Woolsey, who ran the CIA from 1993-1995, makes the remarkable claim in a new book, Operation Dragon.

Written with Lt. Gen. Ion Mihai Pacepa, a former acting chief of Nicolae Ceausescu’s espionage service, the book claims that Oswald, who defected to Russia in 1959 and moved back to the U.S in 1961, was a KGB associate on a mission from Moscow.

The President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, commonly known as the Warren Commission, was chaired by Chief Justice Earl Warren and presented their findings to Lyndon Johnson on September 24, 1964.

They were made public on November 23, 1964, and comprised of testimonies from 550 witnesses, plus supplementary evidence.

Woolsey and Pacepa in their book, out on February 23 but obtained in advance by The New York Post, that so much of the Warren Commission Report was ‘codified’ that no one understood its significance until now.

‘Decoded, these pieces of evidence prove that John F. Kennedy’s assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, had a clandestine meeting in Mexico City with his Soviet case officer, Comrade Kostin, who … belongs to the KGB’s Thirteenth Department for assassinations abroad,’ they claim.

The President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, commonly known as the Warren Commission, was chaired by Chief Justice Earl Warren and presented their findings to Lyndon Johnson on September 24, 1964.

They were made public on November 23, 1964, and comprised of testimonies from 550 witnesses, plus supplementary evidence.

Woolsey and Pacepa in their book, out on February 23 but obtained in advance by The New York Post, that so much of the Warren Commission Report was ‘codified’ that no one understood its significance until now.

‘Decoded, these pieces of evidence prove that John F. Kennedy’s assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, had a clandestine meeting in Mexico City with his Soviet case officer, Comrade Kostin, who … belongs to the KGB’s Thirteenth Department for assassinations abroad,’ they claim.

Woolsey and Pacepa write that, between that June and April 1963, the Soviets changed their minds.

They called Oswald off, but he was now intent on seeing it through.

‘Oswald knew that Nikita Khrushchev, the leader of Oswald’s paradise and new home, the Soviet Union, had entrusted him with that task, and he was confident he could pull it off,’ the authors write, in the excerpt obtained by the Post.

‘By this time, however, the KGB and [the country’s] leaders realized that Khrushchev’s crazy ideas were giving their country a terrible reputation … another false step by the hot-headed Khrushchev, and there might be nuclear war.’

The authors, according to the Post, provide no proof for their claim.

They do however show Oswald making plans to flee to the USSR after the murder, including a July 1, 1963 letter to the Soviet Embassy asking for separate visas for him and his wife and daughters.

The authors believe this makes it clear that ‘Oswald wanted to see his wife and children back in the Soviet Union before assassinating President Kennedy and that he required a separate entry visa for himself to [use] after accomplishing his mission.’

Another letter, dated November 9 of that year, just two weeks before Kennedy’s assassination, was written after Oswald returned from a trip to Mexico City, and references a meeting with ‘Comrade Kostin,’ who the authors identify as ‘Valery Kostikov, an identified PGU officer of the Thirteenth Department.’

Oswald was shot and killed on November 24, two days after killing Kennedy.

He was killed by nightclub owner Jack Ruby, while in custody of Dallas police – sparking a myriad of conspiracy theories that will never be fully resolved.

 

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  1. A Democrat CIA director and a former Romanian spy chief who defected to the West and was surely influenced by the SOVIET Govt prior to this.
    Who to believe?
    Hmmm?
    At the end of the day Oswald is an ideal patsy and the USSR an ideal criminal state to blame as the organizers behind the operation.
    Then again the Soviets might have been behind the operation but doing it on behalf of someone else.
    One day I hope we will know who set this all up and why.

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