Jesse Ventura Tru TV: JFK Deathbed Confession Of E. Howard Hunt
CIA Agent E. Howard Hunt, JFK Deathbed Confession On Tru TV's Jesse Ventura Conspiracy Theory (video)
Who killed JFK? It has been the subject of the Warren Commission, a feature film, countless documentaries and now Jesse Ventura, the host of Conspiracy Theory on Tru TV promises a startling new revelation:
A JFK deathbed confession by former CIA agent E. Howard Hunt claiming it that Lee Harvey Oswald was indeed a patsy and that a covert CIA squad called Operation 40 orchestrated the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
E. Howard Hunt is best known for his involvement with the Watergate Scandal under President Nixon. Along with Gordon Liddy he was convicted with engineering the break-ins into the Democratic National Committee headquarters.
For years there has been speculation that somehow government operatives, even the CIA, was involved in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas.
A preview for the Jesse Ventura Conspiracy Theory documentary on Tru TV has an audio tape interview of E. Howard Hunt and an on camera interview with E. Howard Hunt's son, Saint John Hunt. who says his father admitted to him that the code name for the assassination of JFK was "The Big Event."
The JFK deathbed conspiracy preview then runs what appears to be an audio transcript of E. Howard Hunt from his deathbed. In the JFK deathbed confession documentary we hear E. Howard Hunt say he was a essentially a "bench warmer" on covert assassination squad called "Operation 40."
Jesse Ventura, of course, is the former professional wrestler and Governor of Minnesota.
What is officially known about E. Howard Hunt is that he was a covert CIA operative for years.
According to Tad Szulc, Hunt was assigned to temporary duty as the acting CIA station chief in Mexico City for the period of August and September 1963, at the time of Lee Harvey Oswald's alleged visit there. In his 1978 testimony, however, Hunt denied having been in Mexico at all between 1961 and 1970.
Hunt was undeniably bitter about what he saw as President John F. Kennedy's lack of spine in overturning the Fidel Castro regime. In his semi-fictional autobiography, Give Us This Day, he wrote: "The Kennedy administration yielded Castro all the excuse he needed to gain a tighter grip on the island of Jose Marti, then moved shamefacedly into the shadows and hoped the Cuban issue would simply melt away."[15
During the JFK deathbed confession documentary Saint John Hunt says his father was proud of JFK's assassination.