• What Could a Mysterious U.S. Spy Know About the JFK Assassination?

    5 monthes ago - By Politico

    She may have been one of the bravest and best-placed American spies in the history of the Cold War, but few people outside the CIA know the mysterious story of June Cobb. The existing information in the spy agency's declassified files depicts Cobb as an American Mata Hari-an adventure-loving, death-defying globetrotter who moved to Cuba to work for Fidel Castro, the country's newly installed strongman, then found herself recruited to spy for the CIA after growing disenchanted with Castro's revolution. The era's rampant sexism is obvious in her job evaluation reports: Cobb's CIA handlers...
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