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  • Writer's pictureFred Litwin

"Guilt by Orientation" - The CIA Strikes Again!

I strongly recommend everybody read this article.

James DiEugenio was not as impressed.

But the best reaction was from fellow-conspiracy theorist Lisa Pease:

This is a standard play from the conspiracy theorist handbook - anybody debunking a JFK conspiracy theory must be working for the CIA.

I get this all the time on Facebook. My usual answer is to tell people that they wouldn't believe the size of my CIA paychecks.

I am fortunate that someone saved Ms. Pease's tweet as a .jpg because she has blocked me:

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Jamie Kirchick has published a terrific article about Oliver Stone's "decades-long slander" of Clay Shaw.

Even the Boston Phoenix realized that JFK was homophobic.

The FBI was warned in 1967 that Garrison might be running a shakedown operation of homosexuals in New Orleans.

A partial transcript of a conversation between Mark Lane and James Phelan.

Garrison talked about a homosexual plot to kill JFK with Max Lerner.

Alecia Long's book, Cruising for Conspirators: How a New Orleans DA Prosecuted the Kennedy Assassination as a Sex Crime, is required reading.

Garrison gets upset for all the wrong reasons.

Confidential Magazine in 1968 ran a series, written by a part-time Garrison staffer, about a homosexual conspiracy.

The gay community felt a lot of pressure from Garrison.

The QUICK Magazine Series

An article, supposedly written by Jim Garrison, appeared in the German press, which theorized that a homosexual conspiracy was behind the JFK assassination.

Did Jim Garrison write the QUICK article?

Further clues about the QUICK article.

In another article, Garrison claims that Oswald and Ruby were homosexuals.

Some evidence points to Schiller.

Some evidence points to Gun.

An overview of the evidence that Garrison believed a homosexual plot killed JFK.


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