On November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was shotdead in Dallas, and now President Gerald Ford's posthumousautobiography contains a claim that the CIA documentsrelatiing to the assassination. Ford offers a strongsuggestion that Oswald acted alone, but it is also true thatOswald had a documented association with the CIA, and therehave been claims made for years that the intelligenceservice knew more about the assassination than has been madepublic.
On therawstory.com website, David Edwards and Nick Juliano quote Tim Miller, publisher of the book "A Presidential Legacy and the Warren Commission," as saying, "This book, actually authored by Gerald Ford, finally proves once and for all that the CIA, our government, did destroy documents and cover-up many facts that day in Dallas."
Contrary to other information that proves there was more than one gunman, Miller says that in his book, Ford "contends with interesting specificity that Oswald was the only shooter." Miller says. Unlike some other braver people, did Ford decide to die with his secrets intact
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