Angleton grew up mostly in Italy, where his father owned the National Cash Register subsidiary.He attended an English preparatory school before entering Yale in 1937.Here we have the name of George Bush mentioned as a CIA official in direct connection to the Kennedy assassination. Bush was appointed CIA director by president and former Warren Commission member Gerald Ford at the exact time that newly erected investigative committees were probing the possible role of the CIA into the assassination plots to kill Fidel Castro, Martin Luther King and John F. Bush appoints his old friend from JM / Wave and the Bay of Pigs, Theodore Shackley, as his deputy director for Special Operations, the CIA's most important division. Bill Lord was a fellow marine and roommate of Lee Harvey Oswald on a ship voyage to France. Bush failed to disclose his friendship with George De Mohrenschildt, a renowned oil geologist and Lee Harvey Oswald's best friend in Dallas.
Nixon lost the race for the presidency to JFK and Dulles was fired by JFK for the failure of the Bay of Pigs.Yet Dulles is appointed by president Johnson as a Warren Commission member to "investigate" JFK's murder.It describes a meeting, one day after JFK's murder, between FBI and CIA officials talking about the reaction of the Cuban exile community to the Kennedy Assassination.The last paragraph states that the "the substance of the foregoing information was orally furnished to us and George Bush of the Central Intelligence agency".Angleton suggested that Petty should take a close look at David Edmund Murphy. Angleton's suspicions were increased by Murphy speaking fluent Russian and marrying a woman who had previously lived in the Soviet Union.
Murphy had been accused of being a Soviet spy by one of his own officers, Peter Kapusta. Miler, a member of SIG had investigated Murphy in the early 1960s.
There were at least four internal CIA studies that look at the issue of the mole after Petty made his allegation (Cram, Goodpastur, Fischer, and Hart).
None came to the conclusion that Angleton was not the mole, and all came to the conclusion that there was no mole during Angleton's tenure.
Nothing that has been published about the Mitrokhin archive supports the notion that Angleton was the mole.
..." the presence of Soviet penetration agents who had been operating in US intelligence since at least the late 1950s and that his reappearance barely two months after the JFK murder was a risky change in the operation.
Petty's report has never been declassified so the details of his argument are unknown and impossible to judge.