Rockefeller Commission Report

The June 1975 Report of the President's Commission on CIA Activities Within the United States is commonly called the "Rockefeller Report" after its chairman, Vice-President Nelson Rockefeller. Gerald Ford, who succeeded Richard Nixon, was President at the time. The Report is considered by many to be a "whitewash," and certainly was superceded within a year by the much more detailed and voluminous Church Committee reports.

A single chapter of the Rockefeller Report (Chapter 19) deals with "Allegations Concerning the Assassination of President Kennedy," specifically the identify of the "three tramps" and trajectory issues raised by the Zapruder film.

 

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