henrymakow.com — Dec 19, 2016
Mary Pinchot Meyer, the woman who inspired JFK to resist the satanic power was also brutally murdered by the CIA. Their deaths were part of an ongoing program of political assassinations.
In his book, Mary’s Mosaic, Peter Janney has assembled the puzzle. The picture is disheartening but truth is always inspiring.
Despite the injunction against CIA involvement in domestic politics, the book reveals that the JFK assassination was only the most prominent of hundreds of US political assassinations.
by Henry Makow Ph.D. — (from Dec 25, 2013)
“Mary’s Mosaic” a book by Peter Janney is a memorial to Mary Pinchot Meyer (1920-1964), JFK’s confidante, adviser and lover.
Janney was a boyhood friend of Meyer’s second son, Michael, who died when he was hit by a car in Dec. 1956. Janney recalls how Mary, despite her own grief, comforted him and the motorist who was hysterical. In Janney’s memory, his friend’s mother represented the ideal of womanhood.
Janney’s mother and Mary were classmates at Vassar College. His father, Wistar Janney and Mary’s husband Cord Meyer, whom she divorced in 1957, were both top officials at the CIA.
The book is an act of penance because although CIA Chief of Counterintelligence James Angleton ordered the hit (because she threatened to expose the CIA) Janney’s own father and Cord Meyer were both privy to the decision.