Former Secretary of Defense and World Bank President Robert McNamara died yesterday.
He was the one who rejected the Joint Chiefs of Staff's proposal Operation Northwoods to provoke a war with Cuba.
Saving that document kept the memory of the plan alive for the rest of time. It's a significant part in the history of U.S. false flag operations.
I'm glad he saved it.
I don't know enough about him to comment on the rest.