By Saint John Hunt
A father's final confession to his son in regards to the CIA, Watergate, and the plot to assassinate President John F. Kennedy, this can be the amazing real tale of St. John Hunt and his father E. Howard Hunt, the notorious Watergate burglar and CIA spymaster. In Howard Hunt's near-death confession to his son St. John, he published that key figures within the CIA have been answerable for the plot to assassinate JFK in Dallas, and that Hunt himself used to be approached via the plotters, between whom integrated the CIA's David Atlee Phillips, wire Meyer, Jr., and William Harvey, in addition to destiny Watergate burglar Frank Sturgis. an immense actual tale advised from an within, authoritative resource, this is often additionally a private account of a uniquely dysfunctional American kin stuck up in of the most important political scandals of the 20 th century.
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I wish we knew the truth about the murder of JFK. Maybe we do, but the corporate media repeatedly shouts at us that we don’t. Always laying the blame squarely on the shoulders of lone nut Lee Oswald … yet nothing has been proved and no one has ever been punished. Regardless of what the “official” findings may say, after near fifty years the mystery remains unsolved. What a tribute to the power of those who pulled off the greatest crime of the 20th century. To make our task even harder, the keepers of the secrets first said that seventy-five years (2038) must pass before we, the people, can be trusted with many of the hard facts about this terrible event – when those who lived through it are dead.
To add that she has led a productive and meaningful life, raising three wonderful children, would only be fair. I felt her struggles in our youth deeply, as her closest ally and friend. Kevan was the classic goody two shoes. She was everything a daughter (or son) should be. She was highly motivated, academically superior; never a stain would she bring to her family. She strove desperately to do all the right things that would gain my father’s approval and praise, while at the same time despising him for the very things that made his opinion so important.
My parents had made a desperate play to gain back control of their lives and those of the loyal Cubans. The “writer and his wife” had made a final demand to the President of the United States: pay up, or we’re going to blow this whole thing right up in your face. They had the evidence to link the President to the Watergate scandal, and perhaps to deeper and darker things. Nixon, caught on his own secret tapes, wanted to pay off Hunt at all costs. He figured it might cost “… a million in cash. We could get our hands on that kind of money,” he said.
Bond of Secrecy: My Life with CIA Spy and Watergate Conspirator E. Howard Hunt by Saint John Hunt