The Thirteen People Who Knew About President Kennedy’s Assassination Before It Happened
One of the many fascinating discoveries uncovered by independent researchers in the nearly 60 years of investigation into the murder of President John F. Kennedy, is the revelation that numerous people had foreknowledge of the assassination.
Why this is so remarkable is because we’ve been programmed since grade school to believe that President Kennedy was killed by Lee Harvey Oswald and no one else was involved.
But what you’re not told is that Oswald had no motivation to kill the president and he denied killing the president. He was also the first person to publicly reveal there was a conspiracy involved in the assassination when he forcefully declared, “I’m just a patsy.”
Unfortunately the world never got an opportunity to hear what else Oswald knew because he was quickly—and conveniently — silenced by a single gunshot while in police custody by a man who would also publicly reveal that a conspiracy was behind the assassination. That man, Jack Ruby, admitted to reporters that there were more people involved in the assassination when he said, “The people that had so much to gain and had such an ulterior motive for putting me in the position I’m in, will never let the true facts come above board to the world.” One of the reporters then asked Ruby, “Are these people in very high positions, Jack?” Ruby simply but firmly responded, “Yes.”
The official government narrative (regurgitated ad nauseam by the mainstream media) is that Oswald was the sole “lone nut” assassin who just happened to be aided by a combination of prodigiously fortuitous luck as well as a long chain of innumerable coincidences. But there’s more to this story. Much, much more.
The following thirteen incidents highlight the accounts of those who knew about JFK’s assassination before it happened, thus rending the official storyline of “Oswald acted alone” as complete rubbish (if Oswald even “acted” at all). There’s no doubt that there are many more people who knew beforehand about the plot to kill JFK than are listed below, but the following stories are the one’s that are documented and on the record.
This list in not intended to be an exhaustive case study of each incident, but rather a primer—a peek behind the curtain, if you will—to whet your whistle in the hope that your newly piqued curiosity will provoke you to conduct your own research, and persuade you to critically rethink all that you’ve been told to believe about that dark November day in Dallas.
So, without further ado, let’s begin.
01). Melba Marcades (Better Known As Rose Cherami)
The Woman Who Knew Too Much
The story of Melba Christine Marcades is so incredible, it earned a scene in Oliver Stone’s 1991 film, JFK. Melba’s story proves beyond a reasonable doubt that a conspiracy was behind the 20th Century’s most shocking crime: the broad daylight murder of a sitting president.
Melba, better knoiwn as Rose Cherami (sometimes spelled Cheramie), was a drug runner for (the aforementioned) Jack Ruby and a dancer at Ruby’s nightclub, the Carousel Club.
On November 20, 1963 Rose Cherami was traveling to Dallas from Miami in a car with two men when an argument between them ensued and Rose was thrown from the car in Eunice, Louisiana, sustaining injuries that required hospitalization.
When Louisiana State Police Lieutenant, Francis Fruge spoke with Rose regarding the incident, she told him that prior to being thrown from the car, the two men she was traveling with discussed a plot to kill JFK in Dallas. Admittedly, Lieutenant Fruge blew off the woman’s claims.
Rose told the hospital staff, including Doctor Victor Weiss and Doctor Wayne Owen, about the pending assassination of JFK. As expected, no one believed her because, after all, she wasn’t a stand-up citizen.
But that’s not all Rose talked about during her hospital stay. She told everyone about how she knew both Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald, and that she had witnessed Ruby and Oswald together at the Carousel Club on more than one occasion.
Two days after Rose arrived at the hospital, John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States of America, was gunned down in Dallas, just as Rose said.
Of course, after the assassination, Rose was no longer considered crazy. News of Rose’s foreknowledge of JFK’s assassination spread throughout the hospital and everyone she talked to (including Lieutenant Fruge) immediately became vital witnesses in the investigation of the murder of JFK.
However (but not surprisingly), neither the Dallas Police Department nor the FBI showed any interest in this information, and neither did the Warren Commission.
On September 04, 1965, Rose‘s body was found lying in a remote area just outside Big Sandy, Texas. Although some hospital reports claimed she was alive for up to eight hours before later expiring at the hospital, her death certificate claims she was dead on arrival.
The official explanation for Rose Cherami’s death was that she had been run over by a motor vehicle. However, one injury of note was a “deep punctate stellate wound above her right forehead,” the type of injury sustained from a direct-contact gunshot.
You can read a more detailed account of Rose Cherami’s story here.
02). Joseph Miller
That Time The Plot To Kill JFK Was Captured On A Secret Miami Police Recording Two Weeks Before The Assassination
Somersett: I think Kennedy is coming here November 18th or something like that to make some kind of speech. I don’t know what it is, but I imagine it will be on TV.
Milteer: You can bet your bottom dollar he is going to have a lot to say about the Cubans; there are so many of them here.
Somersett: Well, he’ll have a thousand body guards, don’t worry about that.
Milteer: The more body guards he has, the easier it is to get him.
Milteer: The more body guards he has, the more easier it is to get him.
Somersett: Well, how in hell do you figure would be the best way would be to get him?
Milteer: From an office building. With a high powered rifle.
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