CIA-SECRET SERVICE-AND-MANY SHOOTERS INVOLVED IN THE JFK ASSASSINATION INCLUDING POSSIBILITY OF JACKIE O BEING IN ON THE PLOT!
1929 CE-1994 CE: Jacqueline Lee Bouvier (1929 CE-1994 CE) was born to a Wall Street stockbroker John Vernou “Black Jack” Bouvier III and was baptized at the Church of Ignatius Loyola in Manhattan. She was named after her father. Janet Bouvier was her mother. Janet’s ancestors came from Ireland and she inherited her equestrian skills from her mother. Because of his drinking, womanizing, and his failure to keep his hands off his daughters, Janet divorced Jack in 1940 CE. Jack was irresistible to females who often mistook him for Clark Gable. After his divorce from Janet, Jack bought an apartment in Manhattan and Jackie spent the weekends with him while she attended Vassar College. In her room at Vassar, she proudly displayed a photo of her handsome father. All the other students said that she was so “lucky” to have such a handsome, debonair dad. In 1947 CE Jacqueline entered Vassar at Jack’s expense. Jack was delighted she was there because Poughkeepsie was much nearer New York than McLean, Virginia. She would easily be able to make it to his apartment on weekends. For a month or two, things worked out more or less in Jack’s favor. He would visit Jackie at Vassar and she would have the glory of showing him off in the Main Dining Room, enjoying the way the girls would gawk at him. And she would use his apartment when she went to New York for a date or a dance. But after a while the situation deteriorated. During the winter of 1948 CE Jack would repeatedly complained Jackie was coming to his apartment only when it suited her convenience. And he would often complain to his sisters that Jackie took advantage of him. — Even as a child she was a fearless equestrian and in 1938 CE Baron George de Mohrenschildt, a Russian stock broker, was her riding instructor. At a very early age, she became an enthusiastic equestrian, and horse-riding remained a lifelong passion. By age 2, Jacqueline was able to control her pony with confidence; whenever she fell off, she would instantly climb back on. From the age of 6, Jacqueline was educated in the equestrian art of dressage. Despite the upheavals in her family life, Jacqueline continued her riding and training throughout her youth. — In 1938 CE, de Mohrenschildt, came out to the Island with the family on weekends and took a shine to Jack’s younger sister, Michelle, and was soon hanging around all the time. The Baron expressed a special interest in Jacqueline and her talents as an equestrian. An able horseman himself, the tall, physically robust de Mohrenshildt had learned to ride on the family estate in Russia. He used to say that Lasata reminded him of that estate, which had been confiscated by the Bolsheviks. For about five weeks that summer, Jack, George, Jacqueline, Lee, and Michelle were always doing things together; Jacqueline called Mohrenshildt him Uncle George. After the collapse of Jack and Janet’s marriage, and the dissolution of his romance with Michelle, de Mohrenschildt ended up in Texas, where, by a curious set of circumstances, he became the principal mentor and friend of a young man named Lee Harvey Oswald, the husband of another Russian émigré, Marina Prusakova as documented by Davis, in “Jacqueline Bouvier: An Intimate Memoir”, p. 63.
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1938 CE-1963 CE: JFK ASSASSINATION SCENARIO — Remember Jackie O sat on George De Mohrenschildt lap as a child and he was also Jackie O’s riding instructor. But he later also managed “Lee Harvey Oswald” starting in 1962 CE to mid-1963 CE. It is strange that George De Mohrenschildt who visited Jacqueline Kennedy’s mother on a regular basis would also befriend the alleged assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald. Could Jackie O or her mother have been involved in the assassination? But no one in their right mind would have placed themselves in an open convertible with a possibility of being shot. So why did JFK allow this insanity and who caused that to happen? De Mohrenschildt testified that before Oswald was even born, he visited with Jackie and her mother in 1938 CE on a daily basis at Easthampton, New York. This is difficult to understand. But Jackie’s mother, Janet Norton Lee Bouvier Auchincloss, had the original Ashkenazi name “Levy” but it was changed to “LEE” when her father’s parents emigrated to the U.S. Janet was connected to the CIA and was close to both George De Mohrenschildt and Allan Dulles. Jackie O’s father was a drinking, womanizing, and possibly incestuous creep. Janet divorced Jack, Jackie’s father, in 1940 CE. Supposedly, Jack was irresistible to females who often mistook him for Clark Gable. After his divorce from Janet, Jack bought an apartment in Manhattan and Jackie spent the weekends with him while she attended Vassar College. — In 1951 CE Jacqueline Bouvier graduated from George Washington University in Washington, DC. — It was Jackie’s step-father Hugh Auchincloss, close friend of Alan Dulles, who recommended Jackie O for the position of the first female spy in the newly created CIA. Christina Onassis said, “Jackie was the most mercenary person I’ve ever met. She thinks, talks, and dreams of money, nothing but money. The joke is I would have given her fifty times what I gave her for the pleasure of never having to see her again. What amazes me is that she survives while everyone around her drops. She’s dangerous, she’s deadly.” — Christina Onassis in “Wright, All the Pain That Money Can Buy (1991 CE),” p. 210. It was Jackie’s step-father Hugh Auchincloss, close friend of Alan Dulles, who recommended Jackie O for the position of the first female spy in the newly created CIA. She took a job at the CIA with the cover of working for the Washington Times-Herald as an inquiring photographer. In January 1952 CE she went to work at a Washington newspaper, where she was a photographer. — In 1951 CE, Jackie O and her younger sister Caroline Lee were sent to Europe on a “vacation.” At the same time Alan Dulles wanted to overthrow the legitimate French government and replace it with a military dictatorship. Overthrowing constitutional governments is the raison d’être for the existence of the CIA, a Rothschilds Crime MOB TOOL. Jackie’s spying cover was as a “reporter/photographer” for Vogue magazine. A CIA hit team was already in France planning to overthrow Vincent Jules Auriol, the first President of the French Fourth Republic and replace him with a military dictatorship. It is believed that Jackie O and her sister were part of that CIA team. Thanks to the French Directorate-General for External Security, and the Directorate-General for Internal Security, the plot was discovered and foiled. France remained a Republic, with an independent foreign policy, and Jackie and her sister were never caught up in the Alan Dulles plot. Also the two girls were not questioned at the time of the anti-Communist hysteria about Alan Dulles and the CIA by Joe McCarthy, and his team. Apparently that experience in France was considered good training for the future activities of Jackie. — Jackie’s second assignment was an attempted CIA coup in Cuba that failed, but Dulles must have been very pleased with the performance of his first female spy because she was recommended for more advanced training and from October 1951 CE to January 1952 CE. She was sent on an assignment to meet U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy. They were married on September 12, 1953 CE. Their first child, who lived, was Caroline Kennedy, born in 1957 CE. — But Nothing is reported on the whereabouts of Jackie during October 1951 CE to January 1952 CE as none of the biographies mention that time period. Was she going through CIA covert operations training at that time? They did return from Europe on September 15, 1952 CE and Jackie’s job as the Inquiring Photographer for the Washington Times-Herald beginning in January 1952 CE, but there is no record in any of the multitudes of biographies that have been written about Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis that cover her activities in the late fall and early winter of 1951 CE. “Reporter” or “Photographer” remains the most common cover for a spy. The job in 1952 CE had Jacqueline working as “Inquiring Camera Girl” for The Washington Times-Herald. She would ask witty questions to random people on the street and take their pictures to be published in the newspaper alongside selected quotations from their responses. She sometimes sought interviews with people of interest such as six-year-old Tricia Nixon after her father Richard Nixon was elected to the vice presidency several days after the 1952 CE presidential election. — Jackie Bouvier first met Jack Kennedy in 1952 CE while “on assignment,” and by 1953 CE they were engaged to be married. Jack and Jackie were wed in Newport, Rhode Island, on September 12, 1953 CE and then honeymooned in Acapulco, Mexico. The following year, Jack underwent spinal surgery which almost ended his life. The President suffered excruciating back pain and his physician designed a special rocking chair for his use. — JFK’s marriage was despite the fact that Jack was already married in a drunken stupor to Durie Malcolm in Palm Beach, Florida. A more unlikely couple is hard to find and was much like the mismatch between Jack Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson. Intellectually, Jackie was far superior to Jack, whose reading material was mostly James Bond spy novels. Unless they marry for money, people who marry usually have something in common. Jackie was not rich but neither was she poor. — So was Jackie loyal to her husband who constantly looked for “Love in the Wrong places” or was she part of the assassination plot. Evidence and video footage of the assassination can support both scenarios. The linkage to George De Mohrenschildt and Allan Dulles and therefore to Lee Harvey Oswald, the setup dupe in the assassination, are very disturbing. So the question remains, in 1963 CE did Jackie Kennedy (1929 CE-1994 CE) lure her husband to Dallas on that fateful day in November, 1963 CE. Perhaps, at the time of the assassination “Uncle George” Mohrenschildt was in Haiti “praying” that Jackie would have a successful assassination and coup d’etat.
1942 CE-1953 CE: JACKIE O’s MOTHER AND FATHER — Jackie Kennedy Onassis’s mother Janet Lee (LEVY) married Hugh Auchincloss, a close friend of the Rockefellers, Morgans, and the Dulles Brothers. So Auchincloss was now the stepfather of Jacqueline and Caroline Lee Bouvier. It was Jackie’s step-father Hugh Auchincloss, close friend of Alan Dulles, who recommended Jackie O for the position of the first female spy in the newly created CIA. Christina Onassis said, “Jackie was the most mercenary person I’ve ever met. She thinks, talks, and dreams of money, nothing but money. The joke is I would have given her fifty times what I gave her for the pleasure of never having to see her again. What amazes me is that she survives while everyone around her drops. She’s dangerous, she’s deadly.” — Christina Onassis in “Wright, All the Pain That Money Can Buy (1991 CE),” p. 210. — Janet Lee (LEVY) reportedly did not want her ex-husband to escort his daughter Jacqueline down the aisle for her 1953 CE wedding to John F. Kennedy, so Jacqueline was instead escorted by her stepfather Auchincloss. Some reports indicated Bouvier was too intoxicated to escort his daughter, leading Auchincloss to step in to give the bride away. John Vernou Bouvier III (1891 CE-1957 CE) was an American Wall Street stockbroker and womanizer. He was the father of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. His nickname, “Black Jack”, referred to his perpetual dark tan and his flamboyant lifestyle. His family was well to do using real estate speculation. He attended Yale University and was a member of the Book and Snake secret society and the Cloister Club. Upon his graduation, he went to work as a stockbroker at his brother-in-law’s firm. By the mid-1950s, Bouvier had sporadic contact with his daughters and family. He spent the majority of his time drinking alone at his New York City apartment located at 125 East 74th Street. In 1957 CE, Bouvier was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer and died at the age of 66. His funeral, which was arranged by his daughter Jacqueline, was held at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan.
1962 CE-1977 CE: OSWALD HANDLER FOR YEAR PRIOR TO JFK ASSASSINATION WAS A FRIEND OF JACKIE’S FAMILY — George Sergius de Mohrenschildt (1911 CE-1977 CE) was a petroleum geologist and professor who befriended Lee Harvey Oswald in the summer of 1962 CE and maintained that friendship until Oswald’s death, two days after the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy. His testimony before the Warren Commission investigating the assassination was one of the longest of any witness. In 1938 CE he migrated to the United States in May 1938 and British intelligence told the U.S. government that they suspected he was working for German intelligence. Documents indicate he was under FBI surveillance for much of the 1940s CE. Mohrenschildt was hired by the Shumaker company in New York City, which also employed a man named Pierre Fraiss who had connections with French intelligence. According to Mohrenschildt, he and Fraiss, among their other duties, gathered information about people involved in “pro-German” activities, such as those bidding for U.S. oil leases on behalf of Germany before the U.S. became involved in World War II. Mohrenschildt testified that the purpose of their data-collection was to help the French out-bid the Germans. Mohrenschildt spent the summer of 1938 CE with his older brother Dimitri von Mohrenschildt, a member of the OSS and one of the founders of the CIA’s Radio Free Europe and his contacts included top officials of the CIA. — While in New York, Mohrenschildt became acquainted with the Bouvier family, including the young Jacqueline Bouvier, the future wife of John F. Kennedy. Jacqueline grew up calling Mohrenschildt “Uncle George” and would sit on his knee. He became a close friend of Jacqueline’s aunt Edith Bouvier Beale. — Mohrenschildt denied any Nazi sympathies of his own, claiming he helped raise money for the Polish resistance. Mohrenschildt made a documentary film about resistance fighters in Poland. According to a memo by former CIA director Richard Helms, Mohrenschildt “was alleged to be a Nazi espionage agent.” — After the end of World War II, Mohrenschildt moved to Venezuela, where he worked for Pantepec Oil, a company owned by the family of William F. Buckley. In 1949 Mohrenschildt became a U.S. citizen and the next year he launched an oil investment firm. In 1951 CE, Mohrenschildt’s third marriage was to the physician Wynne “Didi” Sharples. The following year, the couple settled in Dallas, Texas, where Mohrenschildt took a job with oilman Clint Murchison as a petroleum geologist. Mohrenschildt joined the Dallas Petroleum Club, was a member of the Dallas Council on World Affairs, and taught at a local college. One of his longtime friends, offshore oil engineer George Kitchel, told the FBI that Mohrenschildt counted among his good friends oil barons Clint Murchison, H.L. Hunt, John W. Mecom, Sr., and Sid Richardson. Mohrenschildt also joined the right-wing Texas Crusade for Freedom. In 1957 CE, Mohrenschildt went to Yugoslavia to conduct a geological field survey for the U.S. State Department sponsored International Cooperation Administration. While in Yugoslavia, he was accused by the authorities there of making drawings of military fortifications. After returning to the United States, Mohrenschildt was debriefed by the CIA, both in Washington and in Dallas. — From 1960 CE-1961 CE, he and his 4th wife toured Central America and the Caribbean on a “walking trip” and Mohrenschildt submitted a written report of his trip to the U.S. State Department, with a photograph shows him meeting the American ambassador to Costa Rica. Lee Harvey Oswald and his Russian-born wife Marina Oswald were introduced to Mohrenschildt in summer 1962 CE in Fort Worth, Texas. Mohrenschildt testified to the Warren Commission in 1964 CE that he had met the Oswalds through George Bouhe. When he asked Bouhe, “Do you think it is safe for us to help Oswald?”, and Bouhe said he had checked with the FBI. Mohrenschildt also stated that he believed he had discussed Oswald with Max Clark, whom he believed was connected with the FBI, and with J. Walton Moore, whom Mohrenschildt described as “a Government man — either FBI or Central Intelligence”, and who had debriefed Mohrenschildt several times following his travels abroad, starting in 1957 CE. According to a CIA classified document, obtained by the House Select Committee on Assassinations, J. Walton Moore was an agent of the CIA’s Domestic Contacts Division in Dallas. Mohrenschildt asserted that shortly after meeting Oswald, he asked Moore and Fort Worth attorney Max E. Clark about Oswald to reassure himself that it was “safe” for the Mohrenschildts to assist Oswald. Mohrenschildt testified that one of the persons he talked to about Oswald told him that Oswald “seems to be OK,” and that “he is a harmless lunatic.” However, Mohrenschildt was not exactly sure who it was who told him this in his 1978 CE interview by the House Select Committee on Assassinations. After returning home from a weekend trip to Houston, Mohrenschildt became aware that someone had broken into his home and copied his personal papers and other documents. At the time, he also had a manuscript that Lee Harvey Oswald had given him to read and realized this document might also have been photocopied in the search. His primary concern was that the CIA was behind the break-in. In 1962 CE, Mohrenschildt told Oswald that he would have a better chance of finding work in Dallas, after Oswald informed Mohrenschildt that he had lost his job in nearby Fort Worth, Texas. Oswald was soon hired by the Dallas photographic firm of Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall. George de Mohrenschildt’s wife and daughter would later say that it had been Mohrenschildt who secured the job at Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall for Oswald. On April 14, 1963 CE, Mohrenschildt and his wife, Jeanne, visited the Oswalds’ apartment. As Oswald’s wife, Marina was showing Jeanne around the apartment, they discovered Oswald’s rifle leaning against the wall inside a closet. Jeanne told George that Oswald had a rifle, and George joked to Oswald, “Were you the one who took a pot-shot at General Walker?” When later asked by the Warren Commission about Oswald’s reaction to his question, George de Mohrenschildt said that Oswald “smiled at that.” In an interview with Edward Jay Epstein, Mohrenschildt claimed to have been in touch with the CIA about Oswald’s attempted assassination of General Walker. “I spoke to the CIA both before and afterwards. It was what ruined me.” The Warren Commission concluded that on April 10, 1963 CE, Oswald had attempted to kill General Walker. In June 1963 CE, Mohrenschildt moved to Haiti, of all places and claims he never saw Oswald again. All this focus on Oswald when it was LBJ and the CIA with help from many shooters including in the car that murdered JFK. According to Colonel L. Fletcher Prouty, then chief Pentagon-to-CIA liaison officer, Mohrenschildt had several private lunches with former CIA Director and Warren Commission member Allen Dulles while testifying before the Warren Commission. In November 1966 CE, Mohrenschildt left Haiti and returned to Dallas. During 1967 CE, New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison interviewed Jeanne and George de Mohrenschildt as part of Garrison’s prosecution of Clay Shaw. Garrison said that both of the Mohrenschildts insisted that Oswald had been the scapegoat in the assassination of President Kennedy. Garrison concluded from his conversation with them that George de Mohrenschildt had been one of Oswald’s unwitting “baby-sitters… assigned to protect or otherwise see to the general welfare of Oswald.” — In 1976 CE, the CIA requested that the FBI locate Mohrenschildt, because he had “attempted to get in touch with the CIA Director.” On September 5, 1976, Mohrenschildt had written a letter to the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, George H. W. Bush, asking for his assistance. He was acquainted with the Bush family; George H.W. Bush had roomed with Mohrenschildt’s nephew, Edward G. Hooker, at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. The letter asked for help because he and his wife were being constantly harassed, followed and bugged. “But to punish an elderly man like myself and my highly nervous and sick wife is really too much. Could you do something to remove the net around us?” GHW Bush wrote back “…my staff has been unable to find any indication of interest in your activities on the part of Federal authorities in recent years.” In 1976 CE, Jeanne had Mohrenschildt committed to a mental institution in Texas for three months with four notarized affidavits of previous suicide attempts and that Mohrenschildt suffered from depression, heard voices, saw visions, and believed that the CIA and the Jewish Mafia were persecuting him. He was released at the end of the year, however. In 1977 CE Mohrenschildt was found dead from a self-inflicted shotgun wound to the head in Florida. Remember Jackie O sat on Mohrenschildt lap. It is strange that George De Mohrenschildt who visited Jacqueline Kennedy’s mother on a regular basis would also befriend the alleged assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald. Could Jackie O or her mother have been involved in the assassination? But no one in their right mind would have placed themselves in an open convertible with a possibility of being shot. But why was that even done? De Mohrenschildt testified that before Oswald was even born, he visited with Jackie and her mother in 1938 CE on a daily basis at Easthampton, New York. This hard to understand. But Jackie’s mother, Janet Norton Lee Bouvier Auchincloss, had the original name “Levy” but was changed to “LEE” when her father’s parents emigrated to the U.S. Janet was connected to the CIA and knew both George De Mohrenschildt and Allan Dulles.
1963 CE: JACKIE KENNEDY GETS COZY WITH LBJ — Jackie Kennedy on audio tape can be heard flirted with LBJ just months after JFK’s assassination and he is telling her how they could do what they do without her. From this audio tape you have to believe they were on the same side and appear to have remained in collusion after the assassination. They had something in common: they had both been pushed out of the loop of John F. Kennedy’s personal life. This tape reveals an over-familiarity on LBJ’s part that could possibly stem from his knowledge of her role on that fateful day in Dallas. It sounds like he was using it for all it was worth to coerce Jackie into a more intimate relationship with him. Jackie reportedly did not know she was being recorded but seems to take care in choosing her responses, perhaps due to CIA training and political savvy. LBJ says Jackie “You give me strength.” “You just come on over and put your arm around me. That’s all you do. When you haven’t got anything else to do, let’s take a walk. Let’s walk around the backyard and just let me tell you how much you mean to all of us and how we can carry on if you give us a little strength!” “So there’re not many women, you know, running around with a good many Presidents. So you just bear that in mind. You’ve got the biggest job of your life!”
1963 CE: Dr. Robert McClelland was one of the Parkland Hospital doctors who tried desperately to save the President’s life. He told the Dallas Morning News, “…in his report on the day of the assassination that a shot hit President Kennedy in the (left) temple and therefore from the front. The report states, “The cause of death was due to massive head and brain injury from a gunshot wound of the left temple.” Only one person was sitting to the left of President Kennedy: his wife Jackie. — William Greer William Greer (1909 CE-1985 CE) was Secret Service driver on that day in Dallas and after entering Dealey Plaza, Greer slowed the limousine to a halt. Bystanders reported that the limousine actually stop momentarily. The driver and Secret Service agent Roy Kellerman (1915 CE–1984 CE) turned around and one of them shot the President in the throat, a shot that literally severed his spinal cord, a blood shot out from the president’s neck. The President was greatly restricted in his movements by a back brace he wore. When the first shot entered his throat, he was instantly paralyzed and slumped over slightly towards the left as the brace held and a large mass of blood spewed out toward the front of the car. The scenario then says that Jackie had the small palm pistol hidden inside the Lambchop puppet given to her at the airport on he arrival. Supposedly, she placed the pistol under her husband’s left ear and pulled the trigger, a shot which would, of course, be mortal, but it could take HOURS for the President to die, and time was of the essence for the coup plotters who had devised many options, many that had failed. The frame of the Zapgruder film shows the President’s blood exploding upward around four feet after the last shot. Immediately after the shot to her husband’s temple, Jackie leaped out of her seat pressing on the JFK’s head for lift. That was the signal for Secret Service agent Clint Hill to join her in the back and finish the job so ignobly begun by Kellerman and the Jackie O. That was the perfect moment for Hill to administer the coup de grâce of three shots in the dark triple underpass without any cameras or curious observers. Notice how Jackie O’s “Pink” hat stayed on her head during that daring leap. Clint Hill, Jackie’s bodyguard, fired the last of the three .38 caliber shots that killed President Kennedy and tore a big hole in the left side of the President’s head. Clint Hill’s last shot just blew all the President’s brains out. Of course, the President was pronounced dead at Parkland Hospital, and the next step was a mandatory autopsy by the doctors to determine the exact cause of his death. Jackie was as anxious as the Secret Service to get the body on the airplane operating table. Doctors who challenged the official dogma that the bullet entered the right side of the President’s head jeopardized their medical careers . . . and even their lives! — In retrospect it seems odd that Jack and Jackie are buried side by side in Arlington National Cemetery, the couple that had absolutely nothing in common in life now lie side by side. — Unfortunately, many, many more good people who witnessed the assassination, or tried to expose what really happened, also died prematurely. — Micah said, “Trust ye not in a brother; put no confidence in a friend. Even with the woman who lies in your embrace guard the words of your lips” — Micah 7:5
1994 CE: Jackie O (1929 CE-1994 CE) was also a member of the Society of Jesus having been baptized at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola and also Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’s funeral mass was held at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola. She had regularly attended Mass at The Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola, a Roman Catholic parish church located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York City, administered by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits).
1999 CE: JFK Jr WAS CONSIDERING A RUN FOR US SENATOR FROM NEW YORK — John F. Kennedy Jr. (1960 CE-1999 CE) or John John, was an American lawyer, journalist, and magazine publisher. He was a son of President John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy. His father was assassinated three days before his third birthday. John John was the subject of great media scrutiny, and he became a popular social figure in Manhattan. In 1999 CE he was considering a run for Senator from New York and would have been giant competition for Hillary Clinton who was running for the same Senate position. Knowing the horrible track record of deaths around the Clintons, many believe there may have been foul play in John John’s death in that short plane flight. — In 1998 CE, John John finished flying lessons at the Flight Safety Academy in Vero Beach, Florida and received his pilot’s license, which he had dreamed about since he was a child. In 1999 CE, Kennedy departed from Fairfield, New Jersey at the controls of his Piper Saratoga aircraft. He was traveling with his wife Carolyn and sister-in-law Lauren Bessette to attend the wedding of his cousin Rory Kennedy at Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts. The plane just vanished after Kennedy had checked in with the control tower at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport. The plane was reported missing after it failed to arrive on schedule. Aircraft debris and a black suitcase belonging to Bessette were recovered from the Atlantic Ocean. On July 18, a Coast Guard admiral declared an end to hope that Kennedy, his wife and her sister could be found alive. But oddly, on July 19, fragments of Kennedy’s plane were found by the NOAA vessel Rude and divers found part of the shattered plane strewn over a broad area of seabed (indicating perhaps an explosion of some kind.) On July 21, the three bodies were recovered from the ocean floor by Navy divers. The final report was pilot error was the probable cause of the crash.
1865 CE: The British Rothschilds Crime Syndicate had an ally right in the White House in the person of Mary Todd Lincoln (1818 CE-1882 CE). On April 15, 1865 CE, she lured her husband to his death at Ford’s Theatre. For the rest of her life, Mary suffered from “survivor’s guilt” which actually drove her to an insane asylum.