Two U.S. Soldiers Overheard JFK Assassination Plans

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July 11, 2018 “Information Clearing House” In November, 2017 President Trump released 35,000 documents the Kennedy assassination that were withheld for half a century. He wanted to release more, but the CIA requested more time. He gave them six months, and, on April 26 of this year another 18,000 documents came forth.

The media hardly covered the April release, and, overall, the reporting was cursory at best and pathetic at worst. These documents consummately alter our understanding of the assassination, of Jack Ruby, of Marina Oswald, David Ferrie, Richard Helms, J. Edgar Hoover, and certainly Lyndon Johnson.

But let us take a smaller bite from this apple.

Introducing Eugene V. Dinkin. Two documents were released about this man in November which caught my attention, and one more appeared in the 2018 release.

Frankly, as an academic who wrote two books on JFK, I never heard of him.

Since it took 54 years to lift the veil of censorship on this account, perhaps Eugene should not be ignored any more than he already has.

Private First Class Eugene Dinkin worked in Metz, France. He was a cryptographic code operator for the U.S. Army and in early November, 1963, three weeks before the assassination, he discovered something sobering, a plot to assassinate the President of the United States. He intercepted—or decoded— two messages, and the names he relayed all make a lot of sense today, a French/Corsican assassin, Jean Souetre, Guy Banister, and William Harvey.

That was in 1963, but in 2007, former CIA majordomo, Howard Hunt, made a deathbed confession about the assassination to his son and mentioned two of those suspects. His son, quite unaware of Eugene Dinkin, scrambled to take notes and videotape his father. Hunt’s revelation can been on Youtube today.

Retuning to Dinkin, in early November, Private Dinkin was so concerned about his discovery, he had his friend mail a letter to Robert Kennedy. The letter warned RFK that an assassination plot was underway and would occur in Texas about November 28th.

Dinkin said that plans were that the murder would be blamed on either a communist or a Negro.

Dinkin had serious doubts his letter would ever each him, so with a jolt of derring-do, he deserted his post and made it to Switzerland to a UN press briefing room where he thought he might get better reception. The U.S. military picked him and shipped him off to Walter Reed to a psychiatric ward. He was confined for the next six months.

Trump’s two released cables say Dinkin went to Geneva on the 6th of November with his story.

That was exactly 17 days before Kennedy was murdered. “Neither the FBI nor the Warren Commission ever investigated the Dinkin case, ” despite his clear prediction.

A second soldier peeks through Trump’s document dump too, and entirely independent of Eugene Dinkin, David Christensen:

There are two CIA documents on him which were released in April. Christensen was an Air Force Sergeant who was stationed at Kirknewton, Scotland. He intercepted a communication just before Novemeber, 1963 that an assassination attempt would be made on President Kennedy.

Little substantive information beyond this fact is given except that Kirknewton was an RAF base, which had a relationship with the CIA, which was using it as a top-secret listening station.

Christensen heard something he shouldn’t have heard, and he heard it in a top-secret CIA listening post. As you can probably guess, Sgt. Christensen, like Eugene Dinkin, was summarily “committed to a mental institution.”

One should raise an important question here as with all of these released documents: why were they withheld for half a century?

Clearly, if two psychotic persons ranted off about the President being killed—and both properly confined to mental institutions as deranged —such stories would merely constitute tabloid pulp and not rise above the level of the National Enquirer. The fact that these stories never graced our supermarkets, but were withheld from the public and from scholars for five decades is certainly worth more than a raised eyebrow.

Two code operators, in secret American military installations, quite independently of each other—and both obviously with clearances—discovered chatter, decidedly secret chatter, about the coming assassination of the President of the United States. If taken seriously, it meant a deep conspiracy was afoot involving high level government and military plotters, not little Lee Harvey who was sorting textbooks in the Texas School Book Depository for $1.25 an hour.

In order to preserve the Warren Commission myth that a single, lone assassin shot the President required—absolutely and irrevocably—that such news be hidden, covered up, and sequestered from any public awareness—and indeed it was. Frankly, it is a miracle these files survived at all considering their significance.

A very belated thanks and a few hosannas from the American people, Eugene and David, wherever you may be.

  • il corvo

    How much about our human history is a lie?

  • kevinzeese

    It is not just history, it is also current events.

  • il corvo

    You are correct Kevin and belief in a fabricated past sets the structure of how each of us see ourselves and our relationship to others. The question might be if I believe and identify with being an American and that belief is based in lies then for what purpose were events changed and how does the present belief support a hidden agenda? Nothing is as threatening to a ruling class as a change in belief in that system. Would you agree that without belief, thinking can become free from constraints and possibly creative?

  • Cynthia

    I always figured someone or someones in the US government were behind his death.

  • Jane5

    How does the revelation of the names “French/Corsican assassin, Jean Souetre, Guy Banister, and William Harvey” make “a lot of sense today?”

  • Everything that cannot be supported with independently verifiable evidence.

  • il corvo

    Independently verifiable evidence? With the NDAA law of 2012 it is now legal to use any propaganda against American citizens.

    https://www.occupycorporatism.com/2013/07/22/how-the-ndaa-allows-us-gov-to-use-propaganda-against-americans/

  • Michael Calder

    William Harvey was the head of a CIA assassination team formed in 1961 and Jean Souetre is a suspected shooter. Guy Banister is tied to Lee Harvey Oswald while Lee was in New Orleans just prior to the assassination.

  • Michael Calder

    On the day RFK was assassinated, William Crossen walked into the Ambassador Hotel and left a drawing of where RFK was to be shot later that night. He warned the desk clerk of the impending murder. The desk clerk handed the material over to LAPD. Two days later Crossen was arrested and taken to a mental hospital and never heard from again.

  • All good Il Corvo – I’m well aware of that and the reason for demanding nothing less.

    f.e. – Matt Lee is one of the few journalist who knows how to deal with the US state department bimbo’s – one after another – each one of them proves to be a miserable failure when prompted to provide a logical explanation for the claims made their statements

    The unfortunate consequence of the ongoing US led propaganda campaign is that it’s also getting picked up by the media in the rest of the Western world aka US vassal states as truth when it should be getting exposed for the propaganda that it is – now that would be news worthy.

  • Stanley Thomas Fowler

    the zapruder film and the testimony of madeline brown tell you all you need to know assuming you have a basic working knowledge of mob law

  • Stanley Thomas Fowler

    make sure you include the secret service as one of the team of shooters

  • BTeboe

    Kennedy’s assassination was a successful coup d’etat. Jackie always thought that Johnson was responsible for her husband’s death.

  • Joseph Lausier

    I was in Germany when JFK was assassinated in a nuclear missile unit near Herzo Base. Our unit was alerted one hour before the assassination and sent to our emergency firing position, a couple of miles away. When we got there and had set up our perimeter defense, I walked by the communication van which had a teletype. I asked the operator what was up and he didn’t know. Suddenly the teletype went wild with Ding Ding Ding Ding Ding “Shots fired in Dallas”. I heard and read the original AP Flash one hour after we were alerted.

  • kevinzeese

    Very interesting story. I wish there was some way to verify it as this is your first time posting on this website. Your comment is very consistent with the story above. What do you take from the experience? Did you do anything to try and figure out was going on? Or, any type of follow-up? Was the alert every explained?

  • Joseph Lausier

    Another strange event is that we had a practice alert, a dry run, three weeks earlier at the same time of the day 6:30 PM after evening meal, which corresponds to 12:30 PM Dallas Time.

  • kevinzeese

    Was this discussed among your fellow soldiers? Have you been public about this? How has it impacted your view of politics in the US? Was the JFK assassination a coup?

  • Alexander

    I’m still waiting on you to support your lies and propaganda, Russian paid troll… 🙂

  • Alexander

    So, you only had one practice alert while you were in Germany, as you claim?

  • Joseph Lausier

    I thought that someone in the Pentagon must be using a Ouija board to schedule their alerts. Some of my ASA drinking buddies at the nearby Herzo Base said that they knew Lee Harvey Oswald.

  • kevinzeese

    What did they think of him? Were they surprised he was accused of the assassination? Was he even a competent marksman?

  • Joseph Lausier

    They knew he had been to the Soviet Union and had been trained at Nag’s Head, the Naval intelligence base. They figgered he was a US spy in Russia.