“We have a new fact pattern about the JFK story that demands attention. This fact pattern is both growing in scope and detail over time… I think what we are doing is, we are getting to the point where we can describe a fact pattern rather than argue about theories, and we can transcend the old lone nut/conspiracy debate.” Jefferson Morley
Author and former Washington Post reporter, Jefferson Morley, is the moderator of JFK Facts and plaintiff in the lawsuit, Morley v. CIA, seeking release of long-secret JFK records. Morley is a 25-year veteran of Washington journalism who has worked as an editor and/or journalist at The New Republic, The Nation, and Spin Magazine, before going to the Washington Post in 1992. He has written extensively about the Central Intelligence Agency, George H.W. Bush, Central American death squads and the Iran-contra affair. His reporting has also appeared in The New York Review of Books, Readers Digest, The New York Times Book Review, Rolling Stone, The New Republic, The Nation, The Los Angeles Times, The American Prospect, and Salon, among others. His book “Our Man in Mexico: Winston Scott and the Hidden History of the CIA” was published in 2007. Morley has taken a keen interest in the assassination of John F. Kennedy and is the author of several articles on the subject. He is the plaintiff in a lawsuit against the CIA, demanding the release of records pertaining to CIA officer George Joannides who was called out of retirement in the 1970s to serve as liaison with the House Select Committee on Assassinations. Unknown to the HSCA, Joannides had in 1963 been the case officer for the Student Revolutionary Directorate, the Cuban exile group with whom Lee Harvey Oswald had multiple interactions in New Orleans. JFKFacts.org
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