John F. Kennedy

  • Into the Storm, by John Newman
    Into the Storm, by John Newman

    Jim DiEugenio reviews John Newman’s latest volume on the JFK case, Into the Storm, finding it a bit uneven, but very well done in its analysis of how the CIA switched back their plots to kill Castro onto the Kennedy White House and how the military under Lemnitzer and Lansdale was proposing false flag operations to justify a war with Cuba.

    Written on Wednesday, 22 September 2021 04:21
  • Operation Dragon
    Operation Dragon

    Jim DiEugenio takes an incisive look at Operation Dragon, by former CIA Director James Woolsey and the late Ion Mihai Pacepa, and concludes that, due to being riddled with errors and marred by unwarranted assumptions, it is an outdated, slightly humorous propaganda effort.

    Written on Wednesday, 08 September 2021 16:04
  • Kennedy’s Avenger?
    Kennedy’s Avenger?

    Jim DiEugenio reviews Dan Abrams latest book, Kennedy’s Avenger, by highlighting what it got right, correcting what it got wrong, and exposing the crucial aspects of the case that it simply left out or ignored.

    Written on Saturday, 14 August 2021 22:00

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General Interest

  • Collateral Damage: Mark Shaw’s Public Atrocity, Part 2
    Collateral Damage: Mark Shaw’s Public Atrocity, Part 2

    Donald McGovern continues his review of Mark Shaw’s Collateral Damage by examining Shaw’s odd photographic evidence and the many wrong depictions contained in the book, by analyzing Shaw’s contrived murder scenario using a bulb syringe as the weapon, and by summarizing Shaw’s scholarship and thesis, concluding that he not only engaged in rumor, opinion, gossip, and innuendo, but in the worst form of gross speculation and evidence creation.

    Written on Wednesday, 25 August 2021 18:00
  • Collateral Damage: Mark Shaw’s Public Atrocity, Part 1
    Collateral Damage: Mark Shaw’s Public Atrocity, Part 1

    Donald McGovern reviews Mark Shaw’s recent book Collateral Damage, largely about the deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy Kilgallen, and discovers that the author recklessly engaged in twisting the facts to suit his theories through the use of a fabricated friendship, peculiar and unreliable resources, discredited witnesses, and more in Part 1 of a two-part analysis.

    Written on Sunday, 22 August 2021 22:00

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