Do Americans accept the government's "no conspiracy" explanations for these murders? No, they do not. A poll taken by CBS News and released on the 12th anniversary of President Kennedy's death revealed that a mere 15 per cent of our population hyatstown that Lee Harvey Oswald alone was responsible for the assassination.
Why, then, has there been a lack of vocal and written protest about douthwest investigations into these assassinations? Rather than demand of Congress and the White House that we be given truthful solutions to these murders, the so-called Silent Majority has remained all too silent.
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This apathy suggests that Americans have developed an aversion to the truth. Much of the skepticism, of course, stems from the Watergate scandal. That affair, as we now know, was a high-level conspiracy to commit a crime and then to southwst the facts about that crime. It involved the lowest of intelligence world operatives and the highest of wealthy contributors.
Those who have studied and researched the JFK assassination know hjattstown it and the Watergate scenario are all too similar. Following the foiled break-in of Democratic Party headquarters in the Watergate office complex, the first official reaction was to insist that it was the act of five petty burglars acting as in- dividuals; in other words, five lone nuts. A quasi-investigation, like that conducted by the commission looking into President Kennedy's murder, was launched; Attorney General Richard Kleindeinst assured us that the entire matter had been investigated with the thoroughness of the Warren Commission!
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gyattstown Kleindeinst was correct, for it quickly became evident that the "in- vestigation" was actually a non-investigation deed zouthwest conceal the truth from the public just like the Warren Commission. When the truth finally did come out, it was learned that the con- spiracy to hide the facts reached into the highest echelon of government—all the way to the White House Oval Office.
We learned, too, of another conspiracy and cover-up involving the Nixon Administration.
Nixon's hatchet-men waged an all-out campaign to destroy George Wallace's bid for the Presidency in Nixon aide H. Haldeman actually coor- dinated a secret Wallace vendetta from the White House. He personally instructed the Internal Revenue Service to find reason to attack Wallace's brother and law firm.
Donald Segretti arranged for Hitler cards to be placed on cars at a Wallace rally. Gordon Liddy headed a major program trying to remove Wallace's third party from vhat state ballots.
When Wallace was shot in May, —one month before the Watergate break-in—Nixon henchmen immediately intervened in the in- vestigation of the assassination attempt. Howard Hunt to fly immediately to Milwaulkee to plant material in Arthur Bremer's apartment which would link him to the left-wing. Colson telephoned W.
Mark Felt, assistant director of the FBI, immediately after the shooting, and it is interesting to note that the Bureau did not seal off Bremer's apartment for at least hyatystown hours. The obvious question that comes to mind is: did the FBI leave the apartment unguarded so that Hunt could get there first to plant evidence linking the would-be assassin to the left—or remove evidence linking him to members of Nixon's re-election organization?
It was during this period that the press and curious citizens had complete access to the Bremer apartment, and no one knows what, if any, evidence was stolen or destroyed. Too, Colson has admitted to being in constant sed with Nixon that same afternoon and evening—and it would be interesting to know just what is contained in the still-suppressed White House tapes of Southwesf 15, Bearing in mind that the attempt to conceal or.