A brand new e book from a former CIA chief and one other high-ranking intelligence official from communist Romania has introduced a brand new concept of the assassination of former president John F Kennedy.
In accordance with the newspaper, the e book says the Soviets later modified their minds concerning the assassination however that Oswald refused to face down and went via with the plan as initially instructed.
The brand new e book by R James Woolsey and Lt Gen Ion Mihai Pacepa is titled Operation Dragon: Inside The Kremlin’s Secret Conflict on America and is about to be launched in March.
Mr Woolsey, a former director of central intelligence, ran the CIA from 1993 to 1995 whereas Mr Pacepa, a former Romanian appearing spy chief, was granted political asylum within the US in 1978 and died earlier this month.
In accordance with the authors, the Soviets recruited Oswald in 1957, when he was a US Marine serving in Japan, they usually declare that in 1962 he was assigned, probably by Mr Khrushchev himself, to start preparations to assassinate President Kennedy.
Nevertheless, the e book says that between June 1962 and April 1963, the Soviets modified their minds and cancelled the mission after they “realised that Khrushchev’s loopy concepts have been giving their nation a horrible status”.
The brand new e book says that “even after the KGB ordered Oswald to face down, Oswald stubbornly went forward with what he thought of his private mission as bestowed upon him by his hero, Khrushchev”.
“Oswald knew that Nikita Khrushchev, the chief of Oswald’s paradise and new residence, the Soviet Union, had entrusted him with that process, and he was assured he might pull it off,” the authors write.
The 2 males are mentioned to supply no proof of an assassination order, or of any order to reverse course. They are saying all of the proof wanted to make their case is contained within the 26-volume Warren Fee Report however that a lot of it was “codified”.
“Decoded, these items of proof show that John F Kennedy’s murderer, Lee Harvey Oswald, had a clandestine assembly in Mexico Metropolis along with his Soviet case officer, ‘comrade Kostin,’ the authors write, “who … belongs to the KGB’s Thirteenth Division for assassinations overseas”.
In addition they reportedly provide proof of Oswald assembly with KGB brokers, and different preparations for him and his household to return to the Soviet Union after a mission, typically within the type of letters.
The Warren Fee report into the case of Kennedy’s assassination dominated that there was “no proof that both Lee Harvey Oswald or Jack Ruby was a part of any conspiracy, home or international”.
Conspiracy theories surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy have remained prevalent since his dying in 1963, with many refusing to imagine the official narrative that Oswald acted alone.