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Using Mexico's version of the USA's Kent State, as a back drop, we examine the USA's deeply rooted involvement in Mexico's politics, by the CIA. We learn of the great uncontested influence that CIA's #1 Man in Mexico, Winston Scott had, and how he backed the PRI Monopoly over Mexico's politics,misleading Mexico's President (Gustavo Diaz Ordaz) About the NEVER proven Communist involvement with the Student Movement in 1968, and such uncertainty leading to the massacre of Hundreds of students on October 2nd, 1968, a week prior to the inauguration of the Mexico 1968. Olympics.

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Using Mexico’s version of the USA’s Kent State, as a back drop, we examine the USA’s deeply rooted involvement in Mexico’s politics, by the CIA. We learn of the great uncontested influence that CIA’s #1 Man in Mexico, Winston Scott had, and how he backed the PRI Monopoly over Mexico’s politics,misleading Mexico’s President (Gustavo Diaz Ordaz) About the NEVER proven Communist involvement with the Student Movement in 1968, and such uncertainty leading to the massacre of Hundreds of students on October 2nd, 1968, a week prior to the inauguration of the Mexico 1968. Olympics.
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