JFK CAUGHT IN KILLING FIELD!
5 gunmen made sure president wouldn’t leave Dallas alive
LEE HARVEY OSWALD was a patsy in a rogue CIA plot to murder John F. Kennedy — four other gunmen caught the president in a deadly crossfire as his motorcade rolled through Dallas’ Dealey Plaza 55 years ago and made a clean escape while cops hunted the troubled ex-Marine!
That’s the bombshell conclusion of GLOBE’s explosive special investigation into the Nov. 22, 1963, tragedy that uncovered chilling never-beforeseen photos of the death squad — AND — identifies professional French assassin Lucien Sarti as the leader of the hit team that took out JFK!
Amazingly, GLOBE’s probe also exposes Watergate spook E. Howard Hunt’s shocking deathbed confession. Just before his 2007 death in Miami, Fla., the CIA operative revealed he was involved in the JFK murder conspiracy — and fingered Kennedy’s vice president, Lyndon Baines Johnson, as the man who ordered the murder and then directed recently retired CIA boss Allen Dulles to cover up the crime by rigging the Warren Commission!
Officially, the Warren Commission reported Oswald was a crazed “lone wolf” gunman who fired three shots from his unwieldy bolt-action Carcano
M91/38 rifle — in just 8.3 seconds — and made a near-impossible shot to hit America’s commander-in-chief.
But photographic analyst Leroy Blevins Sr., author of JFK Assassination Evidence of Other Gunmen, reveals Oswald — stationed on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository — was the weak link in a five-member hit team. Oswald and the four other gunmen trapped the president in a deadly triangle of fire — blasting an astonishing 13 shots in just 15 seconds, Blevins says. The shots came so quickly, the sounds merged together — and eyewitnesses testified to hearing just three!
Blevins says nine shots rang out from the Dallas County Records building, and two more came from a shelter on the notorious grassy knoll along the motorcade route.
Two hitmen were inside the grassy
knoll shelter and two more hid at the records building.
After examining photos snapped during the assassination, Blevins says: “Gunman One [is visible] looking through the top window of the shelter with his rifle sticking out of the lower window. Gunman Two we see standing in the doorway holding his rifle.”
“The second shot from the grassy knoll made contact with the first bullet — and both exploded inside Kennedy’s head,” he asserts.
“The first shot entered the back of JFK’s head, but did not exit.
“When the second shot to JFK from the shelter entered the right side, both bullets exploded inside JFK’s head.”
A photograph snapped by witness Mary Moorman, now 86, reveals the identities of the sniper team on the knoll, Blevins says.
He is also convinced the killers were the three clean-shaven “tramps” photographed being arrested near the book depository minutes after the JFK shooting — while Dallas cops chased Oswald, who was later captured.
Blevins says flashes of light and suspicious shadows in photos also reveal a two-man sniper team at the Dallas County Records building — with one gunman on the roof and another at a second-floor window.
He claims the “first tramp” fired a Mauser rifle from the knoll while other hitmen used a M1 .30-caliber carbine, a M1 Springfield rifle and 6.5 Italian carbine Carcano rifles.
CIA officer Hunt, who served 33 months for his role in the Watergate break-in, has been named by other investigators as one of the suspicious tramps. Analysis of their arrest photos appears to show the imprint of rifle stocks on their shirts — where a weapon would be cradled on the shoulder before firing!
But Hunt insisted he “did not have a direct role” in the mur-
der — though he knew inside details of the conspiracy! As he was dying from pneumonia, Hunt revealed to his son Saint John the names of those behind the assassination — and included himself!
Hunt scribbled on two sheets of paper that LBJ had Kennedy killed!
Other plotters included CIA agent Cord Meyer, whose exwife Mary was mysteriously murdered after an affair with JFK, David Atlee Phillips, the CIA’s Cuban operations chief in Miami, Cuban exile Antonio Veciana, and Watergate conspirator Frank Sturgis, supposedly one of the three tramps at Dealey.
“Cord Meyer discusses a plot with Phillips who brings in Harvey and Antonio Veciana. He meets with Oswald in Mexico City. Veciana meets with Frank Sturgis in Miami and enlists David Morales,” Saint John says his father wrote.
Hunt told his son he met Morales and Sturgis in a Miami hotel room in 1963. Sturgis refers to a plot as the “Big Event” and
asks Hunt, “Are you with us?”
Asked what he means, Sturgis tells him: “Killing JFK.”
But Hunt insisted he refused to join the conspiracy directly, telling Sturgis he won’t “get involved in anything involving Bill Harvey, who is an alcoholic psycho.” However, Hunt kept mum and let the murder unfold, when he could’ve
prevented the tragedy that stunned America. He also identified Sarti as the leader of the JFK kill team.
“Oswald was set up from the very beginning,” a U.S. intelligence agency source tells GLOBE. “The conspirators sold him out before Kennedy’s limo even reached the hospital and Jack Ruby made sure he’d never talk. It was a win-win for everybody but the Kennedys.
“LBJ got the power he craved, and the CIA got payback for the Bay of Pigs debacle when Kennedy refused help for their private army trying to take out Castro with a poorly planned and executed invasion of Cuba.”
Oswald wasonly one member of the deadly team in hiding around Dealey Plaza in 1963 that opened fire on JFK’smotorcade
CIA spook E. Howard Hunt made a deathbed confession, saying LBJ ordered Kennedy killed — and implicated Oswald and Sarti, who Hunt said was the leader of the thugs
A squad of hitmen set their sights on John F. Kennedy as payback for the Bay of Pigs
Photographic analyst Leroy Blevins Sr. says Oswald was at the book depository but other killers were at a government building and gunmen 4 & 5 were at the grassy knoll
CIA operative E. Howard Hunt spilled the beans