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The testimony is available from archives.gov, apparently released in October 2017; it matches the testimony given in the claim. In it, James Wilcott testifies that, while working at the CIA, he heard rumours from several colleagues that Oswald worked for the CIA, he was told the cryptonym (code name) purportedly of Oswald, but he didn't see any evidence to ...


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Adding this as a notable claim. I can't tell if it is true or not. The story is usually told about Winston Churchill, during or shortly after WWII. While it is sometimes told as a psychological stunt against Nazis, it is usually described as a prank on his allies, either USA or Russian. In some descriptions, the objects in question were intended as ...


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