Jim's memory was obviously off slightly as the memo is allegedly from John McCone not Richard Helms, as I discovered on June 5, 2002 when Jim Moore sent me the document as an attachment to an email.
I do (or should) have one document I've never released because I'm still concerned over its authenticity, but it is a three-page letter in which Helms, I think it is, acknowledges Oswald worked for the CIA and was in Russia for that purpose, not as a defector. It discusses how this information should be withheld from the Warren Commission - what can be said and what should not be said. I don't fully trust it because of the way the letter is constructed, with the signature on the third page in such a way that the first two pages could be fakes while the last page is genuine.
Saturday, September 24, 2005
One of the first areas I looked into relating to the Kennedy assassination was the Gemstone Files. This led me into contact with a former tabloid writer by the name of James L. Moore who, among other things, claimed to be the real author of a summary of the Gemstone Files known as the Skeleton Key. In an email to me dated Mon, 10 Sep 2001 he said: