Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Since the National Security Agency is in the news today I thought I would post some material relating to the NSA and the Kennedy assassination. The NSA is so secret that its very existence was classified for years, and thus NSA is said to stand for No Such Agency. The first reference to the NSA in print, although not by name, may have been by Captain Edward Ruppelt in his book The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects (1956), where Ruppelt refers to the "puzzle palace", later the name of a book by James Bamford on the NSA.

The document above can be found on the website of The Mary Ferrell Foundation, and was posted recently on John Simkin's JFK Forum by Steve Thomas. It says, in part, that:

It has been determined by the military task force, as a result of the NSA--watch list case study--that Oswald, Jack Ruby, and Earl C. Ruby, Jack's brother, were targeted. An NSA spokesman reported that Oswald's name "appeared" in the rhyming dictionary on the day of the President's assassination.


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