CIA director Allen Dulles and top Pentagon officials authorized President John F. Kennedy’s execution in a twisted bid to save America and eliminate a “threat to national security!”
And a shocking new book, “The Devil’s Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and The Rise of America’s Secret Government,” details the murder plot — and the chilling cover-up!
According to author David Talbot, there was a “clear consensus” among Dulles’ lieutenants and military officials that JFK had to go.
The Commander-in-Chief was determined to reign in America’s spy agency after it sponsored the failed 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion to topple Cuba’s Communist dictator Fidel Castro.
And murder was the best way to take the President out of the picture. Dulles, who was booted from the Kennedy Administration, took charge — determined to even the score!
The ruthless spy “was the only man with the stature, connection and decisive will to make something of this enormity happen,” writes Talbot.
Dulles notoriously sanctioned torture, mind control experiments and other assassinations — defending his actions as being in America’s interest, Talbot revealed.
After JFK was killed in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963, Dulles then took control of the cover-up. He even had himself named to the Warren Commission investigating the crime.
Dulles then worked with his CIA successor, John McCone, to frame Lee Harvey Oswald as the “lone gunman” behind the murder, Talbot claimed.
The Warren Commission report has since been discredited — but Washington insiders say Dulles literally got away with murder!