Despite Public Support of Warren Commission, Kennnedys Believed There Was A Plot

Writing in the International Business Times, Joseph Lazzaro provides more proof that the Kennedy family never bought the Warren Commission lies. In fact, they knew from the beginning that JFK had been brought down by a domestic conspiracy, and they had no illusions about whom the like Judases were. Lyndon Johnson, Allen Dulles, Richard Bissell, and powerful Texas oilmen were at the top of the list of suspects. These men had the means, motive and opportunity. And Bobby Kennedy knew it.

Lazzaro writes, “One week after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas, former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy and Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy privately communicated to the leadership of the Soviet Union that they did not believe accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone.

“Jacqueline Kennedy and RFK wanted the Soviet leadership to know that ‘despite Oswald’s connections to the communist world, the Kennedys believed that the president was felled by domestic opponents.’

“Publicly, Jacqueline Kennedy endorsed the Warren Commission’s conclusion that Oswald acted alone, and it was not until 1999 that her and RFK’s private views were made known, when they were revealed by historians Aleksandr Fusenko and Timothy Naftali in their book on the Cuban Missile Crisis, ‘One Hell of a Gamble: Khrushchev, Castro, and Kennedy, 1958-1964.’

“In the book, the historians reported that when Jacqueline Kennedy’s artist friend William Walton traveled to Moscow on a previously scheduled trip a week after President Kennedy’s assassination, Walton carried the above ‘felled by domestic opponents’ message from Jacqueline Kennedy and RFK to another friend of the Kennedy administration, Georgi Bolshakov, a Russian diplomat. Bolshakov served as a back-channel link between the White House and the Kremlin during the October 1962 missile crisis.”

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