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| Joseph McBride |
(investigative journalist, author, film maker)
|Born||August 9, 1947|
|Exposed||George H. W. Bush|
|Interests|| • Orson Welles|
• Frank Capra
• JFK assassination
• J. D. Tippit/Murder
The first to discover documentary evidence that George H. W. Bush was an undercover CIA operative.
Joseph McBride is a US author, investigative journalist and film maker.
Discovery of the 1963 FBI Memo about George H. W. Bush
In 1985, McBride was in the library of California State University San Bernadino, researching Frank Kapra. Looking through micofilmed memos, he chanced upon one under the subject heading of "Assassination of President John F. Kennedy", from J. Edgar Hoover, dated 29 November 1963, concerning a report that mentioned a "Mr. George Bush of the Central Intelligence Agency".
This lead to his 1988 article in The Nation, The Man Who Wasn't There, 'George Bush,' C.I.A. Operative.
===JFK research McBride has focused on the J. D. Tippit murder, since this was poorly covered.