Had John F. Kennedy been re-elected, the CIA had more to lose than any other intelligence agency. Kennedy forced Allen Dulles, Richard Bissell, and Charles Cabell all to resign by 1962. The CIA had surveilled Lee Oswald for at least four years prior to JFK’s assassination yet claimed they had no idea who he was. Documents prove he was a CIA agent and an FBI informant. Even after the assassination the CIA still had control of all intelligence since Allen Dulles, who hated JFK with a passion was placed on the Warren Commission by LBJ. Had JFK lived, there probably would not be a CIA as we know it.