This is week 27 and who among you is with me on this? Are you reading the Wednesday Conspiracy Theory blogs? Do you think this theory is valid, does it ring true? Remember what they say on RUBICON – “Every conspiracy is not a theory”
After Kennedy’s death, French Intelligence asked the FBI to help locate Jean Souetre, a French Secret Army Organization (OAS) terrorist previously jailed for attempting to kill French President Charles De Gaulle. According to a CiA document dated April 1,1964 (which surfaced in 1977), the French claimed Souetre was in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963, and was expelled by U.S. authorities 18 hours later. Concerned with security for De Gaulle’s upcoming Mexican visit, they wanted to know whether he had been sent to Mexico or Canada.
When Jack Ruby was jailed for killing Lee Oswald, his lawyer asked him if he knew anyone who could damage his defense. Ruby mentioned Thomas Eli Davis III with whom he had run guns and jeeps to Cuba. In 1963, Davis, while on probation for bank robbery, obtained a U. S. passport. By Decem ber he was in a Tangier jail, charged with running guns to the OAS. According to the FBI, Moroccan authorities intercepted a letter from Davis that referred to Oswald and the assassination. Davis was apparently released from jail through the efforts for mysterious CIA agent code-named QJWIN, a foreign nation with Mafia connections who was recruited for the AZ/RIFLE team, a CIA assassination unit run by ex-FBI agent and Cuban exile handler William Harvey.
Is Jean Souetre QJ/WIN? OAS terrorists were deeply involved in heroin trafficking. In 1963, the main American distributor of Marseilles-produced heroin was the Lucky Luciano syndicate run by Meyer Lansky and Tampa mafia boss Santos Trafficante Jr., formerly of Havana, who was William Harvey’s partner in the CIA-Mafia plots to kill Fidel Castro.