Douglas Caddy is known as the attorney for the burglars who broke into the Democratic National Committee (DNC) at the Watergate Hotel. Caddy was also close friends with CIA insider, E. Howard Hunt who shared never-before-heard details of the JFK Assassination with Caddy, including that a motive of the Watergate burglary was to obtain vital documents at the DNC that revealed the details of a conspiracy to assassinate JFK.
Hunt reveals that JFK was killed for his plan to share details about the alien presence with the Soviet Union.
In the wake of the UFO flap of 1947, the US had created a secret group sometimes referred to as Majestic Twelve or MJ12 to study and to reverse-engineer the technology that was recovered. MJ12 grew beyond its mandate and eventually slipped away from presidential supervision, forming a breakaway group within the National Security State via elements in the CIA.
When Kennedy discovered this group operating outside Presidential oversight, he determined that the safest response was to share our knowledge of the UFO phenomenon with the Russians and to avert a new arms race in space by instituting a joint space program.
Kennedy’s National Security Action Memorandum 271 directed NASA to institute a policy of cooperation in space exploration with the Russians. Another memo, recently released under the Freedom of Information Act, shows that JFK told the CIA to hand over all data concerning UFOs with an emphasis on “High Threat” cases. These memos were dated November 12th, 1963, only ten days before JFK was killed in Dallas, Texas, suggesting that this is what triggered his assassination.