JMWAVE

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A vital CIA station in the development of the conspiracy to assassinate JFK, and therefore in the development of the modern day US Deep state.

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JMWAVE in Florida was the largest CIA station in the world in 1962 when Ted Shackley was appointed to head it.[1]

Leadership

In 1962, Ted Shackley worked as Station Chief of JMWAVE, which was then the largest CIA station in the world.[2]

Activities

Peter Dale Scott wrote in 1977 that "Today, no one seems to deny the illegality of the CIA's domestic JM/Wave station in Miami, which employed from 300 to 700 U.S. agents and from 2,000 to as many as 6,000 Cubans."[3]

JFK Assassination

In a 1994 letter, Bradley E. Ayers claimed that 9 people based at JM/WAVE "have intimate operational knowledge of the circumstances surrounding the assassination" of John F. Kennedy:- Edward Roderick, Gordon Campbell, Grayston Lynch, Theodore Shackley, Felix Rodriguez, Thomas Clines, David Morales, Rip Robertson and Tony Sforza.[4]


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