Anonymous call to British newspaper 25 minutes BEFORE the JFK assassination tipped reporter to call the US Embassy ‘for some big news’

Friday, October 27, 2017
By Paul Martin

Strange report emerged Thursday in the document dump of JFK files
Cambridge News reporter got anonymous call tipping him to call US Embassy
MI-5 determined that the call was placed 25 minutes before the assassination
CIA officials shared the unusual report with the FBI four days after the shooting

26 October 2017

A British newspaper reporter received an anonymous call 25 minutes before the JFK assassination tipping him to call the US Embassy ‘for some big news’, it has been revealed.

The strange call to the Cambridge News on November 22, 1963 was recounted in a memo from the CIA to the FBI, made public in the Thursday release of files related to the John F. Kennedy assassination.

The memo is based on a CIA Station London cable just the morning after the assassination.

The senior reporter at the newspaper in Cambridge, England said he received an anonymous telephone call at 6.05pm GMT on November 22, urging him to ‘call the American Embassy in London for some big news’.

The newsman reported the strange call to authorities, and MI-5, the UK’s domestic security service, determined that the call had taken place 25 minutes before the US president was shot an ocean away in Dallas.

MI-5 advised their CIA counterparts that the reporter was ‘known to them as a sound and loyal person with no security record’.

The British security service noted that the coincidental timing of the call fit the pattern of similar calls made across the UK in connection with the ‘case of Dr. Ward’.

This is an apparent reference to Stephen Ward, an osteopath at the center of the 1963 Profumo affair, a British political scandal.

CIA Deputy Director James Angleton sent the memo to the FBI Director on November 26, 1963.

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