December 12, 2009
Chapter 59: The Fox Investigates the Henhouse Murders
In 1975, a commission headed by Vice President Nelson Rockefeller investigates the 20 years of CIA abuses that had been condoned by the Doolittle Committee. The public is unaware of the fact that Nelson Rockefeller, as a National Security advisor to President Eisenhower, had approved the Doolittle report’s recommendations. The Rockefeller Commission also looks into whether Hunt and Sturgis were involved the Kennedy Assassination and conclude there is “no credible evidence.” Two of the Mafia members involved in plots to assassinate Castro are assassinated.