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Monday, May 14, 2018

CIA official said, 'So you're from Congress--what the hell is that to us? You'll be packed up and gone in a couple years, and we'll still be here'-1976 House Assassinations Committee investigation

Today's CIA culture of lawlessness was created decades ago by CIA Chief Allen Dulles (1953-1961) and handed down by his loyal agents. "Dulles saw himself as above the elected law, manipulating and subverting Americans presidents in the pursuit of his personal interests and those of the wealthy elite he counted as his friends." "The Devil's Chessboard," Amazon review page. 

In 1976:One CIA official told me [investigator Hardway], ‘So you’re from Congress—what the hell is that to us? You’ll be packed up and gone in a couple years, and we’ll still be here.’" [Paragraph 38]

11/22/2015, "Inside the plot to kill JFK: The secret story of the CIA and what really happened in Dallas," salon.com, David Talbot

"[Howard] Hunt’s speculations about the Kennedy conspiracy were in line with the suspicions of the House Assassinations Committee. When the congressional inquiry got under way in 1976, the panel’s most energetic investigators zeroed in on the CIA’s anti-Castro operation as the nest from which the JFK plot had sprung—and Bill Harvey soon emerged as a prime suspect.

“We tried to get [Bill] Harvey’s travel vouchers and security file from the CIA, but we were never able to,” recalled Dan Hardway. Hardway was the bright Cornell Law School student to whom the congressional committee gave the weighty task of investigating the CIA’s possible links to the assassination. 

One CIA official told me [Hardway], ‘So you’re from Congress—what the hell is that to us? You’ll be packed up and gone in a couple years, and we’ll still be here.’" [Paragraph 38]...







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