‘Kennedy’s Security Team Were All Drunk…’ JFK Assassination Report


Secret Service agents in charge of protecting JFK at the time
of his assassination were drunk at the time of his assassination, a new
report has revealed.
~ Sean Adl-Tabatabai – Video

Out of the twenty eight Secret
Service personnel assigned to protect former US President John F.
Kennedy, nine had been out partying in local clubs until the early hours
of the morning on November 22, 1963, just hours before JFK was

Presstv.com reports:

a new book dubbed Drinking in America: Our Secret History, the report
noted that a week after the Kennedy’s murder, his successor President
Lyndon Johnson ordered the first official investigation into the event.

Warren, then-chief justice of the Supreme Court, was chosen to lead the
probe. Warren initially hesitated to accept Johnson’s mandate due to
the significant political magnitude of the case.

However, only
three days after reluctantly accepting the job, Warren found that Secret
Service agents had been out on the town socializing and drinking deep
into the night of the assassination.

Three of the Secret Service
agents who were in the follow-up car, riding a few feet from Kennedy,
have admitted to staying up very late and drinking the whole night, an
activity strictly prohibited in the Secret Service.

Warren also
found that one of the agents kept drinking until five in the morning.
Kennedy was assassinated 7.5 hours later on 12:30 pm.

A trusted
journalist, named Drew Pearson, who was close friends with Warren found
out that the Secret Service agents visited the Fort Worth Press Club
after midnight and six of them then left for an offbeat joint called the
Cellar Coffee House.

“Obviously men who have been drinking until
nearly three a.m. are in no condition to be trigger-alert or in the best
physical shape to protect anyone,” Pearson wrote about the agents in
the Kennedy motorcade.

Pearson said his information came from
another reporter whose bosses were too afraid to publish a story of such
magnitude that would incriminate Secret Service agents and the club

The Warren commission questioned the agents and confirmed that they had been drinking.

report noted that though clearly at fault, the agents themselves were
devastated by their irresponsibility and members of the panel were eager
to keep them from going down in history as men whose negligence
contributed to JFK’s assassination.

Warren, however, could not
hide his outrage and voiced his anger in 1964 by questioning James
Rowley, then-director of the Secret Service, who acknowledged Pearson’s
findings under oath.

Rowley was bombarded with criticism for not
firing any of the agents. He said in response that he did not want to
“stigmatize” the men or their families in the face of the assassination.

even told Rowley that if the agents were not drunk, they would have
taken seriously citizens’ reports that a gun barrel stuck out of the
sixth-floor window of the building that Harvey supposedly used to target
the president.



“Some people saw a rifle up in that building,” Warren went on.
“Wouldn’t a Secret Service man in this motorcade, who is supposed to
observe such things, be more likely to observe something of that kind if
he was free from any of the results of liquor or lack of sleep than he
would otherwise? Don’t you think that they would have been more alert,

In his book, The Dark Side of Camelot, renowned
investigative journalist Seymour Hersh notes that by late 1963, the
drinking problem among some Secret Service agents had reached a point
where “a few members of the presidential detail were regularly remaining
in bars until the early morning hours.”

The Secret Service is one
of the oldest federal law enforcement agencies in the US which was
founded in the nineteenth century to investigate financial crimes and
combat counterfeiting after the Civil War. The department’s formation
was one of the last things President Abraham Lincoln approved on the day
of his assassination.

Lincoln, the nation’s 16th president, was
killed by a single shot in a theater on April 15, 1865, due to the
negligence of his bodyguard who was taking a break at a bar.



November 11, 2015 – KnowTheLies


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