15 Unanswered Questions About JFK’s Assassination

Unanswered Questions
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7. Was Cuba Responsible For Killing JFK?

In 1966, Herminio Diaz Garcia, a hitman for the Cuban mafia, gave a deathbed confession to fellow Cuban Tony Cuesta, the military leader of the anti-Castro group Commandos L, claiming that he had fired the shots that killed Kennedy. This story came to light in 2007 when Cuban exile Reinaldo Martinez Gomez told this story to investigative journalist Anthony Summers. In his book ‘Not in Your Lifetime’ Summers claims that Diaz was indeed in the United States on November 23, 1963, and was also responsible for a total of 20 political assassinations.

Another story that apparently backs up the Cuban connection also came to light in 2007 when former Kennedy detail Secret Serviceman Abraham Bolden claimed that the Secret Service got a tip off about a potential assassination attempt before the infamous day in Dallas. Kennedy was due to take a trip to Chicago on November 2, 1963, but the trip was canceled at the last minute. The tip claimed that two Cuban men were spotted in a room along the motorcade route armed with rifles.

There was an attempted surveillance operation against the two mysterious men, but they will remain mysterious (if they did indeed exist) as the operation was bungled and the men escaped. They have never been identified to this day.

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1 thought on “15 Unanswered Questions About JFK’s Assassination”

  1. Kassandra Miller

    What about the belief by some that Kennedy was on the verge of releasing evidence of alien contact and so his killing was to stop that?

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