Was the Murder of JFK Castro’s Payback?

Constant Wonder - Radio Archive, Episode undefined

  • Nov 6, 2020 7:27 pm
  • 25:57 mins

The Bay of Pigs invasion was just one of the many ways John F. Kennedy tried to destabilize Fidel Castro’s regime, though the President’s other methods were more cloak-and-dagger, such as hiring mobsters to poison Castro, deploying saboteurs, and secretly organizing a coup. Despite Kennedy’s actions, and Lyndon Johnson’s reversal of these plots, the Warren Commission concluded that JFK’s assassination had nothing to do with his Cuba policy. Guest: Jim Johnston, lawyer, lecturer, and author of "Murder, Inc.: The CIA Under John F. Kennedy"