CIA hired ex-Nazi commander to kill JFK to keep lid on affairs with Soviet hookers?

CIA hired ex-Nazi commander to kill JFK to keep lid on affairs with Soviet hookers?
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November 24, 2018
November 24, 2018 10:37 PM EST
In this Nov. 22, 1963 file photo, U.S. President John F. Kennedy waves from his car in a motorcade in Dallas. Riding with Kennedy are First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, right, Nellie Connally, second from left, and her husband, Texas Gov. John Connally, far left. According to a new, former SS-Obersturmbannfuhrer Otto Skorzeny (inset) was hired to assassinate the president by the CIA. (AP Photo/Jim Altgens, File/Wikimedia Commons/German Federal Archive/Kurt Alber/HO)
On the 55th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination a new book claims he was murdered by Nazis.
The Skorzeny Papers alleges that Adolf Hitler’s favourite commando Otto Skorzeny was paid by the CIA to carry out the execution in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963.
It is claimed that the playboy president had his head blown off to prevent his affairs with Soviet “honey-trap” hookers being revealed.
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Former U.S. Navy intelligence major Ralph Ganis says he has proof that ex-SS commander, Otto Skorzeny, was recruited by the CIA and U.S. military to put together the Kennedy kill squad.
His evidence reveals documentation showing the scar-faced SS chief was paid by CIA agents through a series of companies, including an oil firm, to help murder the president.
Ganis said: “The early-’60s were very different times, and Kennedy was killed partly out of fear he would bring shame on the U.S.
“He was having affairs with Soviet prostitutes, and if that had come out at the peak of the Cold War, it would have rocked America.”
The author believes Kennedy was shot in the head on Nov. 22, 1963, in an establishment-run hit to stop him splitting up the CIA and halting defence spending.
“I did not start out researching the Kennedy assassination,” he added. “I started my new book as a piece on Otto Skorzeny.
“But after I spent tens of thousands of dollars buying a set of Skorzeny’s personal papers at an auction in Europe, I realized they showed he had been paid by the CIA to help arrange the team that killed the president.
“The payments were funnelled through companies including an oil company, and one of the assassins Skorzeny recruited was a top French killer.”
Ganis believes that although Skorzeny did not actually pull the trigger on JFK, his expertise was used by the CIA in the murder.
Lt.-Col. Skorzeny, once dubbed “the most dangerous man in Europe” by British and U.S. spies, was known as “Hitler’s commando” as he was the only SS boss to be personally decorated by the dictator with the highest rank of the Iron Cross.
At the end of the Second World War, he was captured by American forces but escaped with the help of SS officers disguised as U.S. soldiers.
He later claimed in his memoir American authorities allowed him to escape.
Despite scores of other SS chiefs being executed after the Second World War, Skorzeny was allowed to settle in Spain where he died of lung cancer, aged 67, in 1975.
Historian Hank Albarelli Jr., whose upcoming book Coup in Dallas is due out this spring, also believes the Nazis killed JFK.
He says at least three teams of shooters were put together to gun down Kennedy — including ex-Hitler henchmen.
How many Nazi SS Strorm-troopers were part of Operation Paperclip that saw untold numbers spirited into the US in the dark of night and given instant positions of power in rocket science industries as well as the Intelligence services such as the CIA. 14 years later the President that exposed the world Jewry in his Secret Societies speech and is murdered by assassination a few days before the World Bank's FED would have been abolished. An informed public would have locked DC up and burned it to the ground.

Think of this as being equal to the White Helmets being spirited out of Syria so they don't hang for their crimes. This was equal to giving them all a promotion. Admit to German Scientists (Doctors as well) but leave out the Gestapo members.
WASHINGTON — In the decades after World War II, the C.I.A. and other United States agencies employed at least a thousand Nazis as Cold War spies and informants and, as recently as the 1990s, concealed the government’s ties to some still living in America, newly disclosed records and interviews show.
At the height of the Cold War in the 1950s, law enforcement and intelligence leaders like J. Edgar Hoover at the F.B.I. and Allen Dulles at the C.I.A. aggressively recruited onetime Nazis of all ranks as secret, anti-Soviet “assets,” declassified records show. They believed the ex-Nazis’ intelligence value against the Russians outweighed what one official called “moral lapses” in their service to the Third Reich.
The agency hired one former SS officer as a spy in the 1950s, for instance, even after concluding he was probably guilty of “minor war crimes.”
And in 1994, a lawyer with the C.I.A. pressured prosecutors to drop an investigation into an ex-spy outside Boston implicated in the Nazis’ massacre of tens of thousands of Jews in Lithuania, according to a government official.

Evidence of the government’s links to Nazi spies began emerging publicly in the 1970s. But thousands of records from declassified files, Freedom of Information Act requests and other sources, together with interviews with scores of current and former government officials, show that the government’s recruitment of Nazis ran far deeper than previously known and that officials sought to conceal those ties for at least a half-century after the war.
In 1980, F.B.I. officials refused to tell even the Justice Department’s own Nazi hunters what they knew about 16 suspected Nazis living in the United States.
The bureau balked at a request from prosecutors for internal records on the Nazi suspects, memos show, because the 16 men had all worked as F.B.I. informants, providing leads on Communist “sympathizers.” Five of the men were still active informants.
Refusing to turn over the records, a bureau official in a memo stressed the need for “protecting the confidentiality of such sources of information to the fullest possible extent.”
Some spies for the United States had worked at the highest levels for the Nazis.
One SS officer, Otto von Bolschwing, was a mentor and top aide to Adolf Eichmann, architect of the “Final Solution,” and wrote policy papers on how to terrorize Jews.

Yet after the war, the C.I.A. not only hired him as a spy in Europe, but relocated him and his family to New York City in 1954, records show. The move was seen as a “a reward for his loyal postwar service and in view of the innocuousness of his [Nazi] party activities,” the agency wrote.
Aleksandras Lileikis was a Nazi officer implicated in 60,000 Jews’ deaths. He later worked for the C.I.A. before immigrating.CreditU.S. Department of Justice
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US shielded war-time collaborators to try to destabilise Soviet Union

Declassified CIA files have revealed that US intelligence officials went to great lengths to protect a Ukrainian fascist leader and suspected Nazi collaborator from prosecution after the Second World War and used him to stir up trouble inside the Soviet Union from an office in New York.
Mykola Lebed led an underground movement to undermine the Kremlin and wage guerrilla operations for the CIA during the Cold War, said a report prepared by two scholars under the supervision of the US National Archives. During the Second World War, Lebed helped to lead a Ukrainian nationalist organization that collaborated with the Nazis in the murder of the Jews of the western Ukraine and also killed thousands of Poles. The report details post-war efforts by US intelligence officials to throw the federal government's Nazi hunters off his trail and to ignore or obscure his past.
The report, titled Hitler's Shadow: Nazi War Criminals, US Intelligence, and the Cold War, draws from an unprecedented trove of records that the CIA was persuaded to declassify, and from more than a million digitised army intelligence files that had long been inaccessible. Among other things, the authors say, the files also show that US intelligence officials used and protected ex-Nazis during the Cold War to a greater extent than previously known.
Elizabeth Holtzman, a former Democratic congresswoman from New York who fought for the disclosure of Nazi files, welcomed the release. "This is a difficult, and in some respects shameful, chapter in American history," she said. "It was not known to the public, and I think it's a mark of governmental courage and of national courage to take this era and these documents and say, 'We want to learn the truth about what our government did', and to do it in a way that was professional and serious."
In 1949 the US government brought Lebed to New York, where he was safe from assassination. Through his CIA-funded organisation, Prolog, he gathered intelligence on the Soviets into at least the late 1960s. In 1991, he was still considered a valuable asset to the agency, the report said. Lebed was eventually identified by federal investigators as a possible war criminal but was never prosecuted. He died in 1998.
One of the report's chapters deals with how the Americans used Gestapo officers, including Rudolf Mildner, after the war. Mildner oversaw security in Denmark in 1943 when most of the country's 8,000 Jews were ordered to be arrested and deported to Auschwitz – though they were rescued after Danish resistance leaders were tipped off. The US army detained Mildner and saved him from war crimes investigators because his knowledge of Communist subversion was considered useful.
Nazi hunters and lawmakers have long raised questions about the US government's involvement with war criminals during the Cold War. Between 1945 and 1955 alone, more than 500 scientists and other specialists with Nazi ties were brought to the US, and went on to play major roles in such fields as missile development and the space programme.

Aleksandras Lileikis was a Nazi officer implicated in 60,000 Jews’ deaths. He later worked for the C.I.A. before immigrating.CreditU.S. Department of Justice

His son, Gus von Bolschwing, who learned many years later of his father’s ties to the Nazis, sees the relationship between the spy agency and his father as one of mutual convenience forged by the Cold War.
“They used him, and he used them,” Gus von Bolschwing, now 75, said in an interview. “It shouldn’t have happened. He never should have been admitted to the United States. It wasn’t consistent with our values as a country.”
When Israeli agents captured Eichmann in Argentina in 1960, Otto von Bolschwing went to the C.I.A. for help because he worried they might come after him, memos show.
Agency officials were worried as well that Mr. von Bolschwing might be named as Eichmann’s “collaborator and fellow conspirator and that the resulting publicity may prove embarrassing to the U.S.” a C.I.A. official wrote.