He is quoted in The Washington Report On Middle East Affairs, March 1992, as writing:
"It is interesting—but not surprising—to note that in all the words written and uttered about the John F Kennedy assassination, Israel's intelligence agency, the Mossad, has never been mentioned. And yet a Mossad motive is obvious. On this question, as on almost all others, American reporters and commentators cannot bring themselves to cast Israel in an unfavorable light— despite the obvious fact that Mossad complicity is as plausible as any of the other theories."
"I will mention that over the past four years I have had lengthy correspondence with a retired diplomat from a western European nation whose family (including himself) has had disastrous experiences with Israel and the Mossad. He has been prodding me all that time to do what you have done."
At this point, Paul Findley then introduced Michael Collins Piper to "the French Source", Paul Neuville, for Piper's writing of Final Judgment.
See also Israels Central Role In The John F Kennedy Assassination, which is laden with Paul Findley quotes.