One of the best budgeted research projects in modern times was done with the help of a film director, Oliver Stone. Yes, at times, he led the movie JFK down a literary licence lane, but all in all, his work was much more factual than the Warren Report.
Stone did not seem to think, as far as I know, that there were skeleton's in Garrison's closet.
So, are we to believe, that Oliver Stone was also covering up for J. Edgar? I find that not very likely. However, corruption runs deep, and anyone with money, and I mean serious money, in their money clip, is beholding to someone in this screwed up mess we live in today. I know police officers that are drug smugglers. I know police officers that steal. I know of politicians that are embroiled in child kidnapping and worse.
For Stone to tell the story he told, as deep as he told it, would require a high level of protection, to keep him alive. Where did this protection come from, and what was traded for that protection, we can only ponder.
"All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident" Arthur Schopenhauer, 1788 - 1860
"Success has many fathers but failure is an orphan." John F. Kennedy News Conference April 21, 1961.