The Assassination Scheme Of Fidel Castro Essay

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true to the views of Kennedy as he even states himself that “he wanted ‘to splinter the C.I.A. in a thousand pieces and scatter it to the winds.’” (Lane) The CIA faces conflict with President Kennedy as he secretly observed the CIA 's activities to pinpoint the source of the assassination scheme of Fidel Castro using the evidence as leverage to remove the problem (Calder 172). The problem consisted of CIA executives: Allen Dulles, Richard Bissell and General Cabell, which ignited the flames of hatred in the CIA towards President Kennedy (Calder 182). And with that the collaboration of the deadly trio consisting of Lyndon B. Johnson, J. Edgar Hoover, and the CIA conspired to assassinate the thirty-fifth president of the United States--John F. Kennedy.
Victim or culprit? Lee Harvey Oswald was accused of killing the thirty-fifth president of the United States and framed as a pro-Communist, leftist criminal out to spark conflict in the United States, but was that really the case? Oswald was born on October 18, 1939 to his mother, Marguerite, and his father, Robert E. Lee Oswald and grew up as an above average kid with a growing passion for top secret spy work (Kroth 229). Oswald immersing himself in James Bonds novels and captivated by the show, I Led Three Lives, a high intelligence job seemed like his only route (Marrs 179). ¬¬¬Oswald had made every move precisely to get him towards his goal of becoming a spy and the first goal was to get into the Marines. However, the…

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