Is Jefferson Morley Seeing Double?
“CIA operations have not been held effectively subordinate to U.S. foreign policy,” declared Richard Goodwin, speechwriter and adviser to President John F. Kennedy, in June 1961.
Writing in the aftermath of the Agency’s failed invasion of Cuba at the Bay of Pigs in April 1961, Goodwin laid out a case for reorganization of the CIA.
Goodwin’s doubts about the CIA were shared by Arthur Schlesinger Jr., another JFK adviser, who also wrote a memo to JFK in June 1961 about reining in the power of the clandestine service.
While the document is in a Richard Goodwin binder of the Church Committee, the memo itself was written by Arthur Schlesinger.
Morley goes on to write:
A major portion of Goodwin’s memo, like Schlesinger’s, is still off-limits to the American people six decades later, thanks to a CIA-authored “Transparency Plan” approved by President Biden on June 30.
Click on the links and you will find that both lead to the same memo -- one written by Schlesinger.
Will Jefferson Morley correct this error? Or will he let his readers believe there are two memos on CIA reorganization that are still redacted.
Previous Relevant Blog Posts on Jefferson Morley
A rebuttal to Morley's response to my post Was Bill Harvey in Dallas in November of 1963?
There is no credible evidence Harvey was in Dallas in November of 1963.
Morley repeats the claim that Dulles was at a CIA training center during the weekend of the JFK assassination. He wasn't.
Morley's claims about Efron are all wrong.
Morley responded to my article "The Truth about Operation Northwoods." Here is my reply.
W. Tracy Parnell is one of the best JFK assassination researchers out there. Here is his look at Jefferson Morley with several important articles.
Operation Northwoods can only understood as being part of the Kennedys' war against Cuba and Operation Mongoose.
And a response from me.
There is no evidence that Dr. West petitioned the court to examine Jack Ruby before his trial.
There is absolutely no evidence that Dr. Louis Jolyon West interfered with Jack Ruby's case.
The phrase 'who shot John' does not refer to the JFK assassination.
Jefferson Morley used a fake Oswald handbill in his press conference for the Mary Ferrell Foundation.
An examination of redactions in the JFK collection of documents.