Cambridge News explains anonymous call ahead of JFK assassination – Daily Mail


The extraordinary call to the Cambridge News on November 22, 1963, was revealed in a memo made public in a release of files ordered by Donald Trump on the US president’s murder. It says a senior reporter told MI5 he was contacted at 6.05pm UK time – just before JFK was shot – and the voice said ‘call the American Embassy in London for some big news’ before they ‘hung up’. Experts on the assassination said Albert Osborne, a suspected Soviet agent and Baptist preacher from Grimsby (main picture), was on a bus with Lee Harvey Oswald from Texas to Mexico City in the weeks before JFK was shot dead in Dallas. Osborne was said to have been in Lincolnshire with his sister when JFK died and researcher Dick Russell said in his book The Man Who Knew Too Much that the Cambridge News call was made ‘a short distance from Grimsby’.

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Date: September 23, 2021

3 thoughts on “Cambridge News explains anonymous call ahead of JFK assassination – Daily Mail

  1. Philby or the other one were hammered in Moscow, tipped off the day before, and that was the best / least they could muster.

  2. 'conspiracy theorist' was a word created by the CIA after Kennedy's murder, to create a stigma against anyone that strayed from the government narrative.

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