Friday, March 4, 2016

Ford White House Edited Rockefeller Commission Report, Deleting Section on CIA Murder Plots

President Ford with his Chief of Staff Donald Rumsfeld (left)
and his deputy, Richard Cheney in 1975.  (Courtesy Gerald R. Ford Library)


REVISED: To my great surprise the mass media hasn't picked this story up, which is troubling....Our former VP Dick Cheney was involved in this up to his eyebrows. Someone should seeks some answers....
The Gerald Ford White House "significantly altered" the final report produced by the "supposedly independent" 1975 Rockefeller Commission, created to investigate CIA domestic activities.

The report was heavily edited to cast suspicion away from the CIA; the effort was carried out over the objections of senior Commission staff members.

Based on newly released White House and Commission documents the National Security Archives posted, an entire section, 86-pages addressing CIA assassination plots was deleted.