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Craig Roberts was the only Tulsa police officer assigned to the Oklahoma City Bombing at the request of the FBI. But instead of bolstering what he began to see as a massive coverup, instead he searched for the truth. Who was behind the bombing, who benefited, and why? The truth will shock the reader, and the facts should change history.Caption for book cover photo:The terrible damage that was done to the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City on April 19th, 1995, was not done by a truck full of fuel-oil soaked fertilizer. Bomb experts agree that other charges were inside the building and blew outward! And some of the charges did not go off as planned so much of the building remained—and the charges were found! One must ask themselves “If McVeigh was angry about Waco, why the Murrah Building?” There is more than one reason, and they are all in the book.
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And now, below, is Craig's treatment of the McCone/Rawley memo, including a printed transcript of it. It is a very intriguing analysis, and I am glad to see that Craig too admits that Oswald did NOT really go to Mexico City. RC
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Here is a clean copy of the two pages I received from my source. I also found that anyone can find it on the internet if they look up “De Bruey memorandum” on Google. The points are some of what are in the memo that we do know, and a few things we didn’t or at least we suspected but could not confirm. There are also some things that match some of my past investigations into the case during my research for my book “Kill Zone: A Sniper Looks at Dealey Plaza.” Unfortunately there must be more pages the than the two pages received of the original document.
Things of interest:
1. CIA director McCone states that “due to the highly sensitive nature of the enclosed material, it would certainly be in the national interest to withhold it at this time…” It is obvious that he is signaling James Rowley of the Secret Service that the CIA really doesn’t want the information in this document leaked or given to the Warren Commission.
2. “It is my understanding that Mr. Hoover has certain sensitive information which his agency, which has been transferred to his own personal files for safekeeping…” Hoover had a separate office behind his office that held the file cabinets of his personal black mail files and other files regarding off-the-books FBI operations such as the Black Bag squad etc. When Hoover died his second in command, Clyde Tolson, and another senior agent went to Hoover’s office that morning with dollies and removed several file cabinets. They have not been located or seen since.
3. “He is specifically concerned about the De Bruey Memorandum, which Central Intelligence has obtained and which, I understand, you have obtained. It is imperative that the information, at least for the time, remain under wraps.” De Bruey was an assistant legal attache at the US Embassy in Mexico City. He wrote a memo of a “Lee Harvey Oswald” who came to the Mexico City Soviet and Cuban embassies to request a visa to either country on October 1, 1963. The Soviet embassy was under constant CIA surveillance, and the man photographed was not Oswald, but a heavy set mid-30s individual. What was happening was preparation for it to be exposed after the assassination the Oswald had applied for visas to escape to Russia or Cuba, implicating him in a communist plot to assassinate Kennedy, probably blaming Castro, which would give the US motive to invade Cuba in force.
4. "Oswald subject was trained by this agency, under cover of the Office of Naval Intelligence, for Soviet assignments.” Here McCone admits Oswald WAS CIA! Also, we see the ONI mentioned. Most people don’t know that ONI was also the handlers for Roscoe White, who was a Marine in Oswald's unit in Atsugi, Japan. White was on the Dallas police department in 1963, and his ONI code name was “Mandarin.” White has always been suspected as being one of the shooters in Dealey Plaza.
5. Oswald “maintained a security clearance up to ‘confidential' level.” This is a lie. Oswald was a radar operator in a U2 squadron that flew of mainland China and Russia. He had to have had a Top Secret clearance. Every enlisted man gets a “confidential” clearance if they are going to be near any sensitive information.
6. "While in the Soviet Union, he was on special assignment in the area of Minsk. It would not be advantageous at this time to divulge the specifics of that assignment…” This is where many believe that Oswald’s assignment was to tell the Soviets at what altitude the U-2s flew. Their SAMs at that time were radar-controlled but had to be detonated from a ground command. Without knowing the altitude they were fairly inaccurate with high flying aircraft. When Francis Gary Powers was shot down, the U-2 flights ended, opening the need and the financing for the multi-million dollar SR-71 project!
7. In paragraph five, McCone admits they had operatives in Dallas and were directly involved in the Dallas action and “…it is virtually imperative for this or any agency to maintain full, 24-hour-a-day responsibility over its operatives.”
8. In paragraph 7, McCone writes Oswald “might have been involved in some operation concerning Hoffa, as noted in HAIG Bertrans report.” The next mention is “Mr. Hoover advises that his agency is trying to determine whether Hoffa might have been involved laterally or vertically with the Dallas assassination.” According to Frank “the Irishman” Sheeran, who was Hoffa’s personal body guard, the Chicago Mafia under Sam Giancana sent several rifles by plane to New Orleans to “deal with that Kennedy son of a bitch.” This was just prior to the assassination. The rifles, if found later, could not be traced. The CIA’s Frank Sturgis was in a three-car convoy that transported the guns and a lot of cash to Dallas, according to Maritta Lorenz, Castro’s ex-friend, who escaped the to US and knew Sturgis personally.
9. Paragraph 8 mentions a HAIG Bertran report. I’m not sure what “HAIG” means, however Clay Bertrand (Clay Shaw), David Ferrie, and Guy Bannister (FBI) were the main New Orleans connections to the assassination.
10. Also in paragraph 8 we find reference to “Deputy Sweatt” and his reports of his investigation and leaks to the media. Allan Sweatt was a Dallas Sheriff’s Office Chief Criminal Deputy. One can find the full text of the report by looking up “Allan Sweatt Report” on Google.
11. Paragraph 9 is extremely interesting due to its mention that Oswald might have undergone mind control, either chemically or electronically and become a “sleeper agent."
Synopsis: The CIA and FBI were involved. Oswald had a handler (Guy Bannister). The CIA attaches Hoffa’s name to the case, therefore the Mafia. The real Oswald did not go to the Soviet embassy in Mexico City, but an imposter who claimed to be him did. Oswald was trained by the CIA to infiltrate Russia. Neither the CIA or the FBI wanted anyone to know they not only had files on Oswald, but he was a trained field operative (though not an actual CIA or FBI agent).
The below is a re-typed version for clarity of the original copy that was obvious from microfiche records and somewhat hard to read.
United States Government
TO: Mr. James J. Rowley Date: march 3, 1964
FROM: Mr. John McCone CO-2-34,030
subject: Central Intelligence Report on the Assassination of John Kennedy
In response to the request made by your office on 24 February 1964 re: Lee Oswald’s activities and assignments on behalf of this agency and Federal Bureau of Investigation, there follows a narrative summary of the internal subversive activities of the Oswald subject.
I recommend that unless the Commission makes a specific request for specific information contained herein, that this information not be volunteered. This agency has reason to assume that some junior Commission staff member may be a potential source of leaks to the news media or to other agencies; due to the highly sensitive nature of the enclosed material, it would certainly be in the national interest to withhold it at this time—unless there is of course, a specific request made.
It is my understanding that Mr. Hoover has certain sensitive information which his agency, which has been transferred to his own personal files for safekeeping; he concurs that no material should be voluntarily given to the Commission which might affect the status of field operatives or their safety. He is particularly concerned about the De Bruey Memorandum, which Central Intelligence has obtained and which, I understand, you have obtained. It is imperative that this information, at least for the time, remain under wraps.
Oswald subject was trained by this agency, under cover of the Office of Naval Intelligence, for Soviet assignments. During preliminary training, in 1957, subject was active in aerial reconnaissance of mainland China and maintained a security clearance up to “confidential” level. His military records during this period are open to your agency and I have directed they be forwarded to the Commission.
Subject received additional indoctrination at our own Camp Peary site from September 8 to October 17, 1958, and participated in a few relatively minor assignments until arrangements were made for his entry into the Soviet Union in September 1959. While in the Soviet Union, he was on special assignment in the area of Minsk. It would not be advantageous at this time to divulge the specific of that assignment; however, if you wish this information, it can be made available for your personal inspection within the confines of our own offices, or I can sent it by courier on the condition that it not leave the custody of the courier. I am concerned that if this information were in any way disclosed to the wrong persons, it would lead the media to erroneously claim this agency, and perhaps others, were directly involved in the Dallas action, while the persons involved were in the employ of this agency, or with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, it is virtually imperative for this or any agency to maintain full, 24-hour-a-day responsibility over its operatives.
At the time of the Dallas action, the Oswald subject was only seldom in our employ; after the Soviet assignment, we found him to be unreliable and emotionally unstable. He was of little use to us after his marriage and De Bruey, from what I understand, concerning this. he was provided with a few unimportant infiltration assignments and proved of little or no value.
It is possible that Oswald, given his instability, might have been involved in some operation concerning Hoffa, as noted in HAIG Bertran’s report to your agency dated 1/3/64. Mr. Hoover advises that his agency is trying to determine whether Hoffa might have been involved laterally or vertically with the Dallas assassination. I have advised that I would be interested in seeing the results of that investigation.
Mr. Hoover advises that the facts give in HAIG Bertran’s 1/3//64 report are basically correct; hi agency has advised Deputy Sweatt against further unauthorized statements to the news media which might adversely affect the investigation. Mr. Hoover advises he has no knowledge of how Deputy Sweatt obtained his information, so there is no record of the agency distributing any such information to Sweatt or any other member of the Dallas Sheriff’s Office. It is regrettable that this information has bone to the attention of the news media, but i am sure Mr. Hoover will be able to clarify the situation.
Speculation within this agency—and this is only speculation at this point—is that the Oswald subject became unstable following surgery April 1, 1961, in the Minsk Hospital. he may have been chemically or electronically ‘controlled’… a sleeper agent. Subject spent eleven days hospitalized for “minor ailment” which should have required no more than three days hospitalization at the most. Six days after his release he met Marina Prusakova. This agency is particularly interested in her intelligence background, and I have requested a report on same from out Soviet Embassy contact.
After his return to the U.S., Oswald worked in New Orleans through the Anti-Communist League of the Caribbean and Friends of Democratic Cuba; his case office was SAIC Guy Bannister, from the Orleans FBI office. He was transferred from his assignment there after he was arrested and fined for an incident stemming from his distribution of pamphlets for the Fair Play for Cuba Committee. While our file here show no further assignments or contact, I am requesting an AG check on the subject from our New Orleans and Ft. Worth office.