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Jeff Morley is a writer for the Washington Post Online, and has conducted interviews and research on the JFK case. Among those he interviewed was former CIA officer Jane Roman, who was one of the officers receiving the cable traffic from Mexico City in October 1963, and creating the response. Morley also discovered that George Joannides, a CIA officer brought out of retirement to be liaison with the HSCA, had an undisclosed role in the JFK assassination story in 1963. Morley's essays include What Jane Roman Said, The Good Spy, and Revelation 19.63.

  The George Joannides Story, Part I

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Jefferson Morley tells the story of his investigation into the identity of "Howard," and the surprising truth he discovered along the way.
(15 min 49 sec)
For more information:
Unredacted - Episode 2
Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation
17 Nov 2005

  The George Joannides Story, Part II

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The story of Morley's investigation into the identity of "Howard" continues. Part II of II.
(6 min 07 sec)
For more information:
Unredacted - Episode 2
Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation
17 Nov 2005

  In the Public Eye

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Morley discusses his take on the evolution of the assassination in the popular culture, as well as the "not with a ten foot pole" mentality among those in the national press.
( 4 min 37 sec)
For more information:
Theories and Perspectives
Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation
17 Nov 2005

  The Jane Roman Story

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Morley discusses the interview he conducted with Jane Roman, a former CIA worker who begrudgingly confirmed Morley's (and many others') suspicions of the CIA's pre-assassination knowledge of Lee Harvey Oswald.
(5 min 34 sec)
For more information:
Oswald's Visits to the Cuban and Soviet Embassies
Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation
17 Nov 2005

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