RFK Jr. Says Woody Harrelson's Dad was Involved in the JFK Assassination
Charles Harrelson, He died in prison in 2007 at the age of 68.
Here is an excerpt from a transcript:
RFK Jr.: You know, Woody Harrelson's dad was involved the assassination, and he confessed multiple times.
Vlad TV: Woody Harrelson's dad was involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy?
RFK Jr.: He was not a shooter. What he said his role was, was bringing, when the shooting started from the grassy knoll. A big crowd of people saw the smoke coming up, and they ran up to look at it -- to see what was the source of it. And Secret Service men suddenly appeared on the hill and pushed them all down and said., "you can't come up here." The Secret Service later said they, there were no Secret Service people on that hill. Woody Harrelson, Charles Harrelson's function was to deliver the Secret Service badges to a group of people on the hill. What he says, and what a lot of people say, who were there that day, is that they knew, they did not know it was going to be an assassination. They knew there was going to be an incident, but they never imagined it would be a murder. And a lot of those people realized that they were part of this conspiracy in the death of the president. And they kind of scattered. A lot of them were subsequently murdered themselves, including the key members, Johnny Roselli, who the day that he was, he was, he was the liaison between the CIA and the Mafia, Three Mafia chiefs. The day that he was subpoenaed by the House Assassination Committee he disappeared, was found a week later chopped into small pieces in an oil drum at Biscayne Bay in Miami. And Sam Giancana, when he was subpoenaed to testify, the mob boss of the Chicago outfit, he was subpoenaed to testify for that committee, and he was murdered in his basement by an assassin. Oh, there was over 30 people who were killed, who were witnesses or potential witnesses. And then a lot of people have confessed. Woody's dad was a very, very charismatic guy and very close to -- Woody's talked about this. He actually confessed for the first time while he was in a police shoot-out. So, he was a professional hit man, he had worked for the CIA. He'd been recruited out of the military, worked for the CIA and then worked for the Carlos Marcello mob, and he died in maximum security prison for the murder of a federal judge. He was a very, very interesting character, and he confessed at one time, but then he told Woody the story, which is what he told me. And also, there's photographs of him at the site that day.
Vlad TV: Wow.
RFK Jr.: If you go on Google and say three tramps, JFK assassination, Dallas, his picture will come up.
Vlad TV: Okay. Yep, I'm looking at it right now.
Screen shot from this interview when RFK Jr. mentions the three tramps.
Where do you even begin with this nonsense?
Secret Service men told people on the grassy knoll not to come up? Over 30 witnesses, or potential witnesses, have been killed over the years. Where's Penn Jones when you need him?
And as for Charles Harrelson, here is what Vincent Bugliosi writes in his book, Reclaiming History: (page 1471 in the Kindle edition)
Charles Harrelson, the father of Hollywood actor Woody Harrelson, was at one time believed to be the youngest of the “three tramps” arrested in Dealey Plaza. For years, many conspiracy theorists believed the three tramps to be the president’s killers (see later text). Harrelson, whose late brother was an FBI agent, is not a nut or a publicity seeker but someone with a long criminal record and reputed mob connections. He was convicted of murdering U.S. district court judge John H. Wood Jr. for a drug kingpin for $250,000 outside the judge’s home in San Antonio on May 29, 1979. At the time of his arrest for the murder, Harrelson, high on cocaine, offered the authorities a deal. He was part of a team of assassins who murdered Kennedy, he said, and would be willing to implicate the other members of the conspiracy in return for his freedom. The feds rejected the deal. Harrelson has since admitted making the story up. “On November 22, 1963,” Harrelson said, “I was with a friend at twelve thirty in the afternoon having lunch in a restaurant in Houston, Texas. I did not kill JFK…I was not in my right mind when I confessed.” Harrelson is presently serving a life sentence for Judge Wood’s murder at a federal penitentiary in Texarkana, Texas.
And we know the identities of the three tramps. Charles Harrelson was not one of the tramps.
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