November 22, 1963

Gerald Ford appointed Herbert Walker Bush as the CIA Director at the crucial time when the House Select Committee on Assassinations was investigating CIA-FBI links to the murders of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy.

After Lee Harvey Oswald returned, along with his Soviet wife and daughter, to the United States from the Soviet Union, he was "handled" by Belarusian immigrant George DeMohrenschildt, a Dallas businessman who once worked in New York for Humble Oil, Prescott Bush's company. DeMohrenschildt was active in the right-wing anti-Communist circles and had close links to the CIA. DeMohrenschildt "committed suicide" in 1977 shortly before he was to testify before the House Select Committee on Assassinations. He also wrote a manuscript in which he stated he did not believe that Oswald could have killed Kennedy.

Poppy Bush has a fuzzy memory about where he was on Nov. 22, 1963 but his name, address, and phone number were found in the address book of Lee Harvey Oswald's close friend, George DeMohrenschildt.

Bush denies that he was in the CIA prior to being appointed by Gerald Ford but the evidence indicates that he was in the CIA when John F. Kennedy was assassinated. The following memo from J. Edgar Hoover disclosed some of his Cuban Operation activities and the fact that he was in the CIA. The following passage is clear: "The substance of the foregoing information was furnished to us by George Bush of the Central Intelligence Agency..."

Consequently, when Bush called the FBI in Dallas within an hour after Kennedy was shot, to tell them that Oswald had shot the President, he was planting the seeds of the cover up or the obsession to convince the world that Oswald had acted alone.


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