Warren Commission 1964
President LBJ formed the warren commission
While serving as a member of the Warren Commission, future U.S. President Gerald Ford also acted as an inside informant for J. Edgar Hoover. In 2006, a cache of declassified documents revealed that Ford, then a U.S. congressman, had approached FBI Assistant Director Cartha DeLoach and offered to confidentially keep the Bureau informed on deliberations.
Allen Dulles - Dulles was fired by JFK following the Bay of Pigs but was named on the Warren Commission by Lyndon Johnson despite concerns regarding his impartiality. In 1954, as CIA Director, Dulles organised PB/SUCCESS; an operation to overthrow Guatemalan President Jacobo Arbenz. Other CIA officers involved included David Atlee Phillips and E Howard Hunt. Six years later, Dulles schemed to assassinate Fidel Castro with crime bosses, Carlos Marcello, Santos Trafficante and Meyer Lansky.
Members of the Warren Commission investigating the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, visited the scene in Dallas, Sept. 6, 1964. Looking over the site are, left to right: Rep. Hale Boggs (D-La); Secret Service agent John Joe Howlett; Sen. Richard Russell (D-Ga); and Sen. John Sherman Cooper (R-Ky). In the background is the Texas School Book Depository Building, left, where the fatal shots were fired. FERD KAUFMAN/AP