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George de Mohrenschildt and the Kennedy Assassination

George de Mohrenschildt and the Kennedy Assassination

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United States House of Representatives Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) on George de Mohrenschildt, George de Mohrenschildt knew George Herbert Walker Bush, Jacqueline Kennedy when she was a child and was a friend of Lee Harvey Oswald.
United States House of Representatives Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) on George de Mohrenschildt, George de Mohrenschildt knew George Herbert Walker Bush, Jacqueline Kennedy when she was a child and was a friend of Lee Harvey Oswald.

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GEORGE
DE
MOHRENSCHILDT
Staff
Report
of
the
Select
Committeeon
Assassinations
U
S
.
House
of
Representatives
Ninety-fifth
CongressSecond
Session
March
1979
(
47
)
 
CONTENTS
ParagraphForeword________________________________________________________________
(1)1
.
De
Mohrenschildt's
background__________________________________________
(1)II
.
Allegations
of
de
Mohrenachildt
Nazi
activity____________________________
(10)
III
.
Knowledge
of
Oswald's
possession
of
the
rifle______________________________
(19)
IV
.
Allegations
ofde
Mohrenachildt
intelligence
connections____________________
(29)
V
.
De
Mohrenschildt
activitiesin
Haiti_____________________________________
(37)
VI
.
De
Mohrenachildt
military
connections__________________________________
(80)
PageAppendix
:
Manuscript
by
George
de
Mohrenschildt,
"I
am
a
Patsy!
I
am
a
Patsy!"--
69
(48)
 
FOREWORD
(1)
The
Warren
Commission
concluded
that
Lee
Harvey
Oswald
actedalone
in
the
assassination
of
President
John
F
.
Kennedy,
that
he
was
not
tied
to
any
intelligence
agency,
and
that
none
of
his
associates
were
tied
to
theassassination
.
Nevertheless,
speculation
continued
to
center
about
one
of
Oswald's
associations
:
George
de
Mohrenschildt
and
de
Mohrenschildt's
background
.
TheWarren
Com-
mission
concludedabout
de
-Mohrenschildt
The
Commission's
investigation
has
developed
no
signsof
subversive
or
disloyal
conduct
on
thepart
of
either
ofthe
deMohrenschildts
.
Neither
the
FBI,
CIA,
norany
other
wit-
ness
contacted
by
the
Commission
has
provided
any
informa-
tion
linking
the,
de
Mohrenschildts
to
subversive
or
extremistorganizations
.
Nor
has
there
been
any
evidencelinking
them
in
any
way
with
the
assassination
of
President
Kennedy
.
(1)
(2)
Despite
this
disclaimer
of
any
subversive
or
disloyalactivity
on
the
part
of
de
Mohrenschildt
by
the
Warren
Commission,
de
Dfohrenschildt
wasrumored
to
have
had
ties
with
the
intelligence
communities
ofseveral
countries
.
Indeed
de
Mohrenschildt
himself
admitted
some
involvementwith
French
intelligence,
but
his
ac-
tual
role
with
themwas
never
fully
disclosed,
and
he
emphaticallydenied
any
other
intelligence
associations
.
He
explained
his
travels
to
Haiti
with
thecooperation
of
the
Haitian
Government
as
innocuous
businessdeals
withno
political
overtones
.
(3)
Speculation
also
continued
about
Oswald's
relationship
to
de
Afohrenschildt
because
ofthecontrast
between
the
backgrounds
of
the
two
men
.
De
Mohrenschildt
was
described
assophisticated
and
well
educated,
moving
easily
inthe
social
and
professional
circles
of
oil-
men
and
the
so-called
"White
Russian"
community,
many
of
whom
were
avowed
riglltwingers
.
Oswald's
"lowly"
background
did
not
include
much
education
or
influence,
and
he
was
in
fact
shunned
by
the
same
Dallas
Russian
community
that
embraced
de
Mohrenschildt
.
(4)
The
committeeundertook
to
probe
more
intothe
background
and
associations
ofde
Dlohrenschildt
to
determine
if
more
light
could
be
shed
to
either
explain
the
relationship
between
Oswaldand
de
Mohrenschildt
orto
determine
if
any
new
information
contradicts
that
which
was
available
to
the
Warren
Commission
.
This
probe
seemed
justifiedin
view
of
thecontroversy
that
continues
to
surround
the
relationship,
and
the
additional
speculation
that
was
caused
by
the
apparent
suicide
ofde
Dlohrenschildt
in
1977
on
the
day
he
was
contacted
by
both
an
investigator
from
the
committee
anda
writer
about
Oswald
.
I
.
DE
MOHRENSCIIILDT's
BACKOROIIND
(5)
De
Mohrenschildt
testified
extensivelybefore
the
Warren
Com-
missionabout
.
his
childhood
in
Russia
and
Poland
and
his
family
.
He
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