Did the CIA's Assassination Chief Visit Dallas?
Bill Harvey, known for his hatred of the Kennedys, was seen en route to Texas in late 1963
William King Harvey, a corpulent and formidable undercover operations officer for the CIA from 1947 to 1967, is a plausible suspect in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Why? Because of his speciality in assassination and his hatred of the Kennedys, both of which are well-documented.
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