Robert Kennedy’s death, like the President’s, was mourned as an extension of the evils of senseless violence; events moved on, and the profound alterations that these deaths … brought in the equation of power in America was perceived as random …. What is odd is not that some people thought it was all random, but that so many intelligent people refused to believe that it might be anything else. Nothing can measure more graphically how limited was the general understanding of what is possible in America.

~ Congressman Allard Lowenstein

JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass

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Featured Articles & Reviews

  • The Joker in the Jet Effect
    The Joker in the Jet Effect

    Soon after this story was published, I got a call from a physicist at Cal Tech. He said my find was “astonishing—it was right under our nose—and yet had gone unnoticed.” The story was first published in The Fourth Decade, January, 1996. It shows exactly how low an esteemed scientist will go to sell the government approved version of the Kennedy assassination. This latest version contains a little more, and a little less than the original.

    Written on Saturday, 04 December 2021 19:19 Read more...
  • Oliver and Jim Reply
    Oliver and Jim Reply

    Oliver Stone and Jim DiEugenio reply to Tim Weiner’s review of “JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass” published in Rolling Stone magazine, correcting the statements regarding Russia, Jim Garrison, and the Assassination Records Review Board documents.

    Written on Friday, 03 December 2021 06:33 Read more...
  • Review of Greg Poulgrain’s JFK vs Allen Dulles: Battleground Indonesia
    Review of Greg Poulgrain’s JFK vs Allen Dulles: Battleground Indonesia

    Lauding its brilliant dramatic conceit along with copious and fresh source material and alluring insights, Michael LeFlem reviews Dr. Greg Poulgrain’s JFK vs Allen Dulles: Battleground Indonesia as one of the best reads in its genre.

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  • “Peer Reviewed” Medical/Scientific Journalism Has Been Corrupted by Warren Commission Apologists - Part 2
    “Peer Reviewed” Medical/Scientific Journalism Has Been Corrupted by Warren Commission Apologists - Part 2

    Gary Aguilar MD and with Cyril Wecht MD, JD continue their expose of the fraud perpetrated on peer reviewed journals by Warren Commission Apologists in focusing on the strange case of an intended 3-part article in the journal Neurosurgery in which the irregular influence and collaboration of Larry Sturdivan was easily revealed in a thorough refutation of the contents of the first two parts. Part 3 was never published.

    Written on Sunday, 28 November 2021 04:53 Read more...
  • “Peer Reviewed” Medical/Scientific Journalism Has Been Corrupted by Warren Commission Apologists - Part 1
    “Peer Reviewed” Medical/Scientific Journalism Has Been Corrupted by Warren Commission Apologists - Part 1

    Demonstrating how so much pro-government nonsense has gotten through peer review and into scientific journals, Gary Aguilar MD and Cyril Wecht MD, JD, expose the cherry-picking and outright deception in pseudo-science articles from Warren Commission apologists like Luis Alvarez, John Lattimer, Larry Sturdivan, Lucien Haag, Michael Haag, Ken Rahn, and Nicholas Nalli.

    Written on Monday, 22 November 2021 07:54 Read more...
  • The Strange, Strange Story of Governor Connally’s Shirt & Coat and Congressman Henry B. Gonzalez
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    The Strange, Strange Story of Governor Connally’s Shirt & Coat and Congressman Henry B. Gonzalez

    Benjamin Cole continues his expose of the evidence regarding the bullet holes in Governor John Connally’s clothing by tracing their curious, even wacky, journey, dubious chain-of-custody, and contamination, culminating in the bungled failures of the Warren Commission and House Select Committee on Assassinations to properly analyze them in ascertaining the facts of the JFK assassination.

    Written on Saturday, 20 November 2021 22:01 Read more...
  • Mort Sahl: An Appreciation
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    Mort Sahl: An Appreciation

    Bill Davy delivers a moving and quite-personal reflection on the life and legacy of political satirist Mort Sahl, who risked his career and livelihood to pursue the truth in President John F. Kennedy’s assassination and influenced a generation of Americans in the process.

    Written on Thursday, 18 November 2021 06:32 Read more...
  • Biden Failed to Release a Single JFK Record – What Next?
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    Biden Failed to Release a Single JFK Record – What Next?

    Mark Adamczyk analyzes President Joe Biden’s action, or lack thereof, on authorizing the release of the remaining classified JFK assassinations records per the John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992, which had been unlawfully delayed by President Donald Trump in 2017 and 2018, and calls for Congressional oversight to finally enforce the 1992 law.

    Written on Monday, 08 November 2021 01:12 Read more...
  • Veciana, Phillips, and Oswald: A Plot Triangle?
    Veciana, Phillips, and Oswald: A Plot Triangle?

    Arnaldo Fernandez revisits the late-in-life revelations of Antonio Veciana and pieces together a more plausible sequence of events and motivations for these various accounts and their relationship to the plot to assassinate President John F. Kennedy.

    Written on Tuesday, 16 November 2021 05:00 Read more...
  • Alecia Long Lays an Egg
    Alecia Long Lays an Egg

    Nearly 55 years after the New Orleans inquiry into the JFK assassination began, yet another character assassination of Jim Garrison has been published, Alecia Long’s Cruising for Conspirators, so Jim DiEugenio diligently documents how the LSU history professor ignores a preponderance of ARRB evidence released in the last 30 years and instead relies upon the outdated and biased Clay Shaw apologia, American Grotesque, to smear Garrison and his investigation.

    Written on Saturday, 30 October 2021 16:35 Read more...
  • Sirhan Sirhan Parole Letter
    Sirhan Sirhan Parole Letter

    Now that Governor Newsom has prevailed in the special California recall election, Jim DiEugenio exhorts our readers to contact the governor in support of Sirhan Sirhan’s parole. Governor Newsom will be making the final decision soon and Jim provides some helpful talking points to use in Sirhan’s favor.

    Written on Monday, 13 September 2021 23:45 Read more...

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  • Summary and Conclusion to the Creating the Oswald Legend series by Vasilios Vazakis

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