Part 2 With Tom Fuentes (Former Assistant Director of the FBI)

Tom Fuentes is the former Assistant Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He is currently the President of Fuentes International, L.L.C., a consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. He is a member of the U.S. State Department’s Overseas Security Advisory Council and provides executive level consulting to law enforcement agencies throughout the world. 

Mr. Fuentes has also hosted television documentaries for National Geographic, The History Channel and Netflix. He served as Senior Law Enforcement Analyst for CNN from 2009-2019. In 2013 he joined Morris & McDaniel as Vice President for International Development. The firm specializes in Police applicant and promotional testing programs. 

Mr. Fuentes served as an Assistant Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. His 29-year career in the FBI included 11 years as a member of the U.S. Government’s Senior Executive Service. He directed the Office of International Operations. He also served as a member of INTERPOL’s Executive Committee. He was the first FBI executive on-scene commander in Iraq. He was a member and/or commander of FBI SWAT teams in Chicago, San Francisco, Indianapolis and tactical co-commander at the summer Olympics in Atlanta in 1996. He also was a police officer for six years before entering on duty with the FBI. 

Mr. Fuentes is a 2007 graduate of the FBI’s National Executive Institute, a member of the FBI’s National Academy Associates, National Executive Institute Associates, and the International Association of Chiefs of Police. He received the Society of Asian Federal Officers’ Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013. Mr. Fuentes was born and raised in Chicago. 

Topics they discuss: 

The latest with Hunter Biden’s laptop. Is this a pay to play operation? Hunter received 31 million in wire transfers from China from companies related to the communist party. How’s this going to end for Hunter Biden? The governor in Florida recently said there will be no Chinese activity in the state of Florida. Is China attached to our political agenda? 

President Kennedy made a lot of powerful enemies. Tom explains how Bay of Pigs was compromised. The military asked Kennedy for air support and he refused because he didn’t want to expose the US’s involvement which created a bitter enemy with the Pentagon. 

What drove the Warren Commision? When Johnson, in those recorded phone conversations with Earl Warren, appealed to Earl Warren’s patriotism to protect the country. Johnson told Warren that it was his responsibility to save the country and that this commission had to find Oswald as the lone assassin. Was the commission a ruse? 

Oswald’s background: He was a technician at a US airbase in Japan where U-2 spy plane flights were taking off from over the Soviet Union. The CIA has a program where people pretend to defect to the Soviet Union. So Oswald pretends to defect to the Soviet Union and gets assigned by the Soviets to go to Minsk. Unbeknownst to Oswald, he meets and marries a girl who’s the daughter of the head of the KGB. After a year or two in Russia Oswald returns to the United States and is reinstated as a US citizen. What happens next? How does he get involved in the plot to kill Kennedy? Was he set up to be the assassin and the fall guy for JFK’s death? 

What role did the mafia play during Kennedy’s presidency? Did our government have a relationship with organized crimes to plot assassinations? They attempted to assassinate Fidel Castro numerous times unsuccessfully. Jack Ruby was a gun runner who helped Castro become the head of Cuba. What role did Jack Ruby play in Kennedy’s assassination? 

Doctor Fauci and his role in Covid. Was he a reliable?

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