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Latin Heritage Foundaton demands Justice for John Lennon.

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Latin Heritage Foundaton demands Justice for John Lennon.





John Lnnon was murdered by CIA Operation 40.

http://latinnewsagency.blogspot.com/2019/12/latin-heritage-foundaton-demands.html

The Murder of John Lennon by CIA Operation 40. By Gualdo Hidalgo




The night John Lennon was killed in the upscale Dakota apartment
complex in Manhattan, the night doorman called sick. Jose Perdomo, the
commander of Operation 40 - a CIA assassination squad- , showed up for
coverage. Posted by Gualdo Hidalgo, Latin Heritage Foundation's
publisher



Amot-2 was the CIA code name for Jose Perdomo.



"Cryptonym: AMOT-2



Definition: Jose Joaquin Sanjenis Perdomo, also known as Joaquin
Sanjenis, titular head of the AMOT organization circa 1961 prior to the
Bay of Pigs landings and into 1962. His pseudonym was Carlos Blanco."





Cryptonym: AMOT-2 MARY FERRELL FOUNDATION





"In the Shadows a Killer Waited", James R. Gaines describes Mark Chapman
the man who supposedly "killed John Lennon", together with "the
Dakota's night doorman, José Perdomo".

                                                                                                                                               




"When Goresh left, Chapman had only the Dakota's night doorman, Jose
Perdomo, to keep him company, Jose was an anti-Castro Cuban, and they
talked that night of the Bay of Pigs and the assassination of John F.
Kennedy."



 In the Shadows a Killer Waited | PEOPLE.com
The presence of Jose Perdomo at the crime scene is the unequivocal proof that CIA murdered John Lennon.



Jose (Sanjenis) Perdomo, Chief of the Secret Service at the Presidential
Palace in Havana during President Carlos Prio Socarras, a CIA veteran,
worked for CIA/Miami station in the early 1960s, and recruited most of
the members of Operation 40 (a CIA assassination squad most of whom were
Cubans). Larry Hancock in his 2006 book, Someone Would Have Talked
reveals "Sanjenis, the individual in charge of Operation 40, was
actually the number one exile in the AMOT organization trained and
prepared by David Sánchez Morales. Jose Perdomo was a member of Brigade
2506 during the Bay of Pigs Invasion. Jose Perdomo was the control
officer that CIA assigned to Frank Sturgis when Sturgis joined CIA in
1958.


The presence of Jose Perdomo at the crime scene is the unequivocal proof that CIA murdered John Lennon.



Jose (Sanjenis) Perdomo, Chief of the Secret Service at the Presidential
Palace in Havana during President Carlos Prio Socarras, a CIA veteran,
worked for CIA/Miami station in the early 1960s, and recruited most of
the members of Operation 40 (a CIA assassination squad most of whom were
Cubans). Larry Hancock in his 2006 book, Someone Would Have Talked
reveals "Sanjenis, the individual in charge of Operation 40, was
actually the number one exile in the AMOT organization trained and
prepared by David Sánchez Morales. Jose Perdomo was a member of Brigade
2506 during the Bay of Pigs Invasion. Jose Perdomo was the control
officer that CIA assigned to Frank Sturgis when Sturgis joined CIA in
1958.


Jose Perdomo is also known as Jose Joaquin Sanjenis Perdomo, who sometimes uses the aliases Joaquin Sanjenis and Sam Jenis.



- Jose Perdomo was the doorman at the Dakota on Dec. 8, 1980, the night
Lennon was killed; Jose Perdomo was at the crime scene when the murder
occurred.



- Jose Perdomo told police Chapman was Lennon's assailant. One of the
arresting officers, Peter Cullen, did not believe Chapman shot Lennon.
Cullen believed the shooter was a handyman at the Dakota, but Perdomo
convinced Cullen it was Chapman. Cullen thought Chapman "looked like a
guy who worked in a bank."