OSWALD KILLED JFK FOR THE KREMLIN!
Secret meetings with KGB handler bared in declassified documents
EXPLOSIVE CIA documents reveal damning new evidence that President John F. Kennedy’s assassination was a secret plot by Russia’s KGB spy agency — and ordered by Soviet kingpin Nikita Khrushchev!
Declassified after 58 years, the papers are part of a cache of 1,500 long-suppressed CIA memos and drop the bombshell revelation that JFK gunman Lee Harvey Oswald secretly met with a key KGB “assassinations” expert at the Soviet embassy in Mexico City on Sept. 28, 1963 — just two months before he killed the president in Dallas on Nov. 22.
JFK scholars have long suspected Oswald’s involvement with a KGB plan to murder Kennedy.
Now, intelligence sources say the suspicious meeting between the KGB spook, identified as Valeriy Vladimirovich Kostikov, and the 24-year-old turncoat U.S. Marine is likely “the missing piece” to the puzzle of Oswald’s involvement with the Soviets.
“It’s long been believed that Oswald returned from his defection to the Soviet Union in 1959 as a KGB sleeper agent,” an intelligence source says. “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.”
The shocking new
details of Oswald’s meeting with Kostikov come from a memo filed by CIA officer Tennent H. Bagley on Nov. 23, 1963 — just one day after JFK’s death!
Bagley states CIA phone taps had caught Oswald calling the Russian Embassy in Mexico City on Oct. 1 and admitting in broken Russian to having met Kostikov there three days earlier.
Kostikov, he adds, is an “identified KGB officer” posing as a consul at the embassy.
The agent also names Kostikov as a member of the KGB’s dreaded 13th Directorate for “assassinations and sabotage.”
Oswald is believed to have been first recruited by the KGB while serving as a radar controller during the late 1950s at a U.S. Marine Corps air base in Atsugi, Japan.
He began spending his offhours at pricey clubs — including a known intelligence hang-out — and appearing around town with a gorgeous hostess despite earning less than $100 a month.
Prior research suggests that, at some point, he swiped topsecret performance data on the CIA’s U-2 spy plane and turned it over to his KGB handlers. He defected to the Soviet Union in 1959 and spent more than two years there before returning at the pay of the State Department in 1961.
In February 2021, ex-CIA boss R. James Woolsey Jr. and former Romanian spy chief Lt. Gen. Ion Mihai Pacepa published a blockbuster book, Operation Dragon: Inside the Kremlin’s Secret War on America, charging Oswald had been personally instructed by Khrushchev to kill the president! JFK had humiliated Khrushchev in 1962 when he forced the Kremlin to remove missiles from Cuba.
Meanwhile, the shocking Oswald files were declassified as part of the U.S. government’s yearslong release of tens of thousands of hushhush JFK murder documents ordered by Congress in 1992. Now only 10,000 pages about Kennedy’s death remain shrouded in secrecy at the request of the National Security Agency.
The Biden administration has said those outstanding pages will remain out of the public eye until at least next December.
The newly declassified files also include other explosive CIA memos suggesting Russian involvement in JFK’s death.
One from 1964 discusses an anonymous tip that was phoned in to the American Embassy in Australia in October 1962 warning that the Soviet Union had posted a $100,000 bounty on Kennedy’s head!
A chilling CIA memo dated Nov. 25, 1963 — three days after JFK’s murder — reveals Nicaraguan intelligence officer Gilberto Nolasco Alvarado phoned the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City just WEEKS BEFORE the assassination “to report his belief someone important in U.S. [is] to be killed” in connection with a “political matter.”