Part 1: Watergate Break-In Retired Attorney Douglas Caddy with JFK Assassination Secret from CIA “Super Spy” E. Howard Hunt.

President John F. Kennedy's November 12, 1963, memorandum for The Director (name blacked out, DCI in Nov. 1963 was John McCone), Central Intelligence Agency on the "SUBJECT: Classification review of all UFO intelligence files affecting National Security." JFK was assassinated ten days later in Dallas, Texas. It is assumed that Allen W. Dulles, Director of the CIA until November 1961, replaced by John McCone, continued on in his other more powerful position as MJ-1.
President John F. Kennedy's November 12, 1963, memorandum for The Director (name blacked out, DCI in Nov. 1963 was John McCone), Central Intelligence Agency on the "SUBJECT: Classification review of all UFO intelligence files affecting National Security." JFK was assassinated ten days later in Dallas, Texas. It is assumed that Allen W. Dulles, Director of the CIA until November 1961, replaced by John McCone, continued on in his other more powerful position as MJ-1.

July 31, 2015   Houston, Texas - Forty-three years ago on June 17, 1972, five men were arrested for breaking into the Democratic National Committee offices at the Watergate Hotel and office complex in Washington, D. C. They were James McCord, a former CIA agent working for Nixon's re-election CREEP committee, Frank Sturgis, Bernard Barker, Virgilio Gonzalez and Eugenio Martinez.

Watergate is an office-hotel-apartment complex near the Potomac River in Washington, D. C.
Watergate is an office-hotel-apartment complex near the Potomac River in Washington, D. C.
The DNC burglars were led off in handcuffs on June 17, 1972, after their arrest for breaking into the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate complex near the Potomac River. Three of those arrested were Cuban exiles, one was a Cuban-American and their on-site leader was James McCord, a former CIA agent and a security coordinator for President Richard Nixon's Committee for the Reelection of the President (CREEP). Photo © 1972 by AP.
The DNC burglars were led off in handcuffs on June 17, 1972, after their arrest for breaking into the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate complex near the Potomac River. Three of those arrested were Cuban exiles, one was a Cuban-American and their on-site leader was James McCord, a former CIA agent and a security coordinator for President Richard Nixon's Committee for the Reelection of the President (CREEP). Photo © 1972 by AP.

 

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