Most of the files related to the assassination investigation of President John F Kennedy were released late yesterday although some are being withheld for another few months under the claim of possible “national security” which, of course, is a very broad term. However, among those files released late yesterday is a report made by a top reporter in the UK who got a mysterious phone call 25 minutes before JFK was killed in Dallas, Texas.
The file is a CIA file from its London office. The report details a phone call received by the top reporter at the Cambridge News in the UK. It reads in part, “The British Security Service (MI-5) has reported at 18:05 GMT on 22nd November (1963) an anonymous phone call was made in Cambridge, England to the senior reporter of teh Cambridge News. The caller only said that the Cambridge News reporter should call the American Embassy in London for some big news and then hung up.” Additionally, another file (report) details that a death threat was made against Lee Harvey Oswald the day before JFK was killed in Dallas.
Although we were promised by the so called “experts” that nothing in the files released late last night was “significant” these two documents DO appear to be HIGHLY SIGNIFICANT, in my opinion. The mysterious phone call to the London reporter 25 minutes before JFK was killed tells me that someone had prior knowledge of the assassination and that they wanted to ensure that the international media knew about it. Further, the death threat made against Oswald the day before JFK was killed tells me that someone was gunning for Oswald for some reason. My own opinion is that Oswald was a patsy and I think he may have been getting “cold feet” as the fatal day approached and so whoever else was involved in the assassination of JFK threatened to kill him if he didn’t follow through with the “plan.” Continue Reading