The National Security State Was Immune for Its Assassination of JFK

Source: Future of Freedom Foundation
by Jacob G Hornberger

“No one should have been surprised over the Supreme Court’s recent ruling of absolute immunity for official acts carried out by a U.S. president. The federal judiciary has long held that the U.S. national security state — i.e., the Pentagon, CIA, and NSA — is immune from civil or criminal liability for its illegal acts, so long as such acts are ostensibly intended to protect ‘national security.’ … as we have seen with the Chilean coup and the U.S. coup in November 1963, sometimes the executive branch goes to war against the national-security branch. When that happens, there is no question as to which side is going to win and that the winning side would receive immunity from the courts upon a showing of protecting ‘national security.'” (07/08/24)