Former Director of the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) James Woolsey
Former director of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) James Woolsey said that the 35th president of the country, John F. Kennedy, was assassinated on the orders of Nikita Khrushchev, former first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CC CPSU) (1894-1971). The New York Post writes about this with reference to the book Dragon: The Kremlin's Secret War against America, written by Wolsey and Lieutenant General of the secret police of communist Romania, Ion Mihai Pacepa, who fled to the United States in 1978.
The authors of the book claim that Khrushchev himself ordered to kill Kennedy Lee Harvey Oswald. Later, the KGB allegedly considered the operation risky and changed their minds, but Oswald did not like this state of affairs. “Although Oswald wanted to stay in the Soviet Union, he was eventually persuaded to return to the United States to assassinate President Kennedy, whom Khrushchev had come to despise. Oswald was given a Soviet wife and sent back to the United States in June 1962, ”write Woolsey and Pacepa.
Explaining their point of view, Pacepa and Woolsey point out that the evidence supporting their point of view is contained in the 26-volume Warren Commission report, but there are so many code words that no one understood its meaning. “Deciphered, this evidence proves that the assassin of John F. Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald, secretly met in Mexico City with his Soviet operative,” Comrade Kostin, “who belongs to the KGB's Thirteenth Overseas Assassination Department,” the book emphasizes. It is alleged that Moscow has tried to recruit Oswald since 1957.
John F. Kennedy, one of the most popular American politicians who became the youngest president in the country's history in 1961, was assassinated on November 22, 1963. During the passage of the presidential motorcade through the streets of Dallas, Kennedy was shot several times. The first bullet hit him in the back of the neck and went out of the throat, the second hit in the head. On suspicion of murder, the police arrested Lee Harvey Oswald, who was shot and killed a few days later by Dallas resident Jack Ruby in prison. Ruby later died in prison.