Most, if not all, are aware that John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, was killed while traveling through Dallas, Texas, in an open-top convertible. The former POTUS was riding with his wife, Jacqueline, Texas Governor John Connally, and wife Nellie when he was fatally shot from a nearby building by U.S. Marine veteran Lee Harvey Oswald.
After almost a year of investigation, the Warren Commission concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated John F. Kennedy. It was also revealed that the U.S. Marine veteran had acted entirely alone.
However, new explosive CIA documents reportedly suggested that the KGB spy agency of Russia planned the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and Soviet kingpin Nikita Khrushchev allegedly ordered the murder. Keep on reading to know more details.
Lee Harvey Oswald Met With KGB Handler Two Months Before Killing John F. Kennedy?
Globe Magazine, in its upcoming Jan. 10, 2022 issue, claimed that Lee Harvey Oswald had a meeting with a KGB officer eight weeks before shooting John F. Kennedy. The secret gathering reportedly took place at the Soviet embassy in Mexico City on Sept. 28, 1963.
Intelligence sources allegedly claimed that the suspicious meeting between the KGB officer, named Valeriy Vladimirovich Kostikov, and Lee Harvey Oswald is likely the missing piece to the puzzle of Oswald’s involvement with the Soviets. The unnamed insiders stated:
“It’s long been believed that Oswald returned from his defection to the Soviet Union in 1959 as a KGB sleeper agent. The Mexico City meeting with Kostikov is believed to be the moment when Oswald received final instructions and a green light on the JFK hit.”
CIA officer Tennent H. Bagley reportedly detailed Lee Harvey Oswald’s meeting with Valeriy Vladimirovich Kostikov in a memo he filed on Nov. 23, 1963, which is one day after the shocking death of John F. Kennedy. Tennent claimed that the CIA had caught Osward calling the Russian Embassy in Mexico City on Oct. 1 and admitted in broken Russian to having met Kostikov there three days earlier.
The CIA officer added that Valeriy Vladimirovich Kostikov is an “identified KGB officer” posing as a consul at the Russian Embassy. Tennent H. Bagley also named Kostikov as a member of the KGB’s 13th Directorate for “assassinations and sabotage.”
It is believed that KGB recruited Lee Harvey Oswald while serving as a radar controller during the late 1950s at a U.S. Marine Corps air base in Atsugi, Japan. Previous reports suggested that Oswald swiped top-secret performance data on the CIA’s U-2 spy place and gave it to the people at KGB.
Globe Magazine reported that the shocking Lee Harvey files have been declassified as part of the American government’s years-long release of tens of thousands of secret documents on the murder of John F. Kennedy as ordered by Congress in 1992. At the moment, only 10,000 pages about the late former president’s death remain concealed at the request of the National Security Agency.
The declassified files allegedly include other dreadful CIA memos suggesting Russian involvement in the untimely death of John F. Kennedy. An anonymous tip, as per the documents, stated that the Soviet Union had posted a $100,000 bounty on Kennedy’s head.
Another shocking CIA memo dated Nov. 25, 1963, reportedly divulged Nicaraguan intelligence officer Gilberto Nolasco Alvarado called the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City just weeks before the assassination of John F. Kennedy “to report his belief someone important in the U.S. [is] to be killed” due to a “political matter.”
The camp of the late John F. Kennedy has yet to comment on these latest claims about the alleged main reason for his shocking death. So, devoted supporters of the late former U.S. president should take all these unverified reports lightly until everything is proven true and correct.
Who Is The Late John F. Kennedy?
For starters, John F. Kennedy was born into the prominent Kennedy family in Brookline, Massachusetts. He graduated from Harvard University in 1940 before joining the U.S. Naval Reserve in 1941.
The administration of John F. Kennedy included high tensions with the communist states in the Cold War. Because of this, the former president increased the number of American military advisers in South Vietnam.
John F. Kennedy also authorized an attempt to overthrow the Cuban government of Fidel Castro in the failed Bay of Pigs invasion. The late American politician authorized the Cuban Project in November 1961 and rejected Operation Northwoods, which are the plans for false flag attacks to gain approval for a war against Cuba, in March 1962.
Despite this, John F. Kennedy’s administration continued to plan for an invasion of Cuba in the summer of 1962. He then signed the first nuclear weapons treaty in October 1963 after U.S. spy planes found out that Soviet missile bases had been deployed in Cuba, which resulted in a period of tension.
John F. Kennedy also presided over the establishment of the Peace Corps, the Alliance for Progress with Latin America, and the continuation of the Apollo program, which aimed to land a man on the moon before 1970. He also supported the civil rights movement but was only successful in passing his New Frontier domestic policies.
On Nov. 22, 1963, John F. Kennedy was assassinated, and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson assumed the presidency upon his shocking death. Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested for the assassination, but he was shot and killed by Jack Ruby two days later.
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