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Exit Stage Right: Eugenio Martinez Dies (What Was Richard Nixon Doing In Dallas, Texas, on 11/22/1963?)

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COMMENT: In FTR #‘s 961 [5], 962 [6] and 963 [7], we exam­ined the pro­found con­nec­tions between the Water­gate Break-in and the assas­si­na­tion of JFK. The obit­u­ary of recent­ly deceased Water­gate bur­glar Euge­nio Mar­tinez con­tained a detail that opens up a vista onto the real Water­gate “op.”

“. . . . In 1983, after his requests for clemen­cy had been reject­ed by Pres­i­dents Ger­ald R. Ford and Jim­my Carter, Mr. Martínez — who, it turned out, had still been on retain­er to the C.I.A. at the time of the Water­gate break-in — was par­doned by Pres­i­dent Ronald Rea­gan. . . .”

The fact that Mar­tinez was still on a CIA retain­er at the time of the “op,” is a foot­note to the delib­er­ate removal of Nixon by ele­ments of the intel­li­gence com­mu­ni­ty, who were dis­sat­is­fied with Nixon in a num­ber of respects.

“Euge­nio Mar­tinez, Last of The Water­gate Bur­glars, Dies at 98” by Sam Roberts; The New York Times; 2/04/2021. [8]

. . . . In 1983, after his requests for clemen­cy had been reject­ed by Pres­i­dents Ger­ald R. Ford and Jim­my Carter, Mr. Martínez — who, it turned out, had still been on retain­er to the C.I.A. at the time of the Water­gate break-in — was par­doned by Pres­i­dent Ronald Rea­gan. . . .