John F. Kennedy

Malcolm X

Martin Luther King, Jr.

  • The Media Buries the Conspiracy Verdict in the King Case

    Jim DiEugenio chronicles the media cover-up of the conspiracy verdict in the civil suit brought against Loyd Jowers by attorney William Pepper on behalf of the Martin Luther King Jr. family. Although the 12 jurors found Jowers liable for King’s death, the New York Times reported that “a vast conspiracy [was] alleged but not proved.” As Jim surveys the rest of the coverage, this editorial position in a news story is endemic of the mainstream media reporting on this case in general and this trial verdict in particular.

    Written on Sunday, 31 July 2022 22:02
  • Is the King Case Dead? Murder in Memphis—Again

    Jim DiEugenio reports on the infighting amongst James Earl Ray’s lawyers, the Memphis District Attorney’s attempt to get Judge Joe Brown removed, and the mainstream media’s attack upon Dexter King’s connection with Bill Pepper.

    Written on Tuesday, 07 December 2021 04:30

Robert F. Kennedy

  • Gavin Newsom and Sirhan’s Parole
    Gavin Newsom and Sirhan’s Parole

    Jim DiEugenio reviews the possible motivations for the governor of California’s decision to overturn the parole board’s approval of Sirhan’ release this past September.

    Written on Tuesday, 25 January 2022 23:49
  • 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

General Interest

  • So, What about this Conspiracy Business Anyway?
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    So, What about this Conspiracy Business Anyway?

    Ron Canazzi surveys the history of large-scale conspiracies in the United States and, with that as background, provides an introduction to the evidence of the assassinations of the Sixties with respect to possibility that dozens of individuals could have participated in these plots.

    Written on Monday, 08 August 2022 05:14
  • Marilyn, Tony Summers, and his Paper Tiger
    Marilyn, Tony Summers, and his Paper Tiger

    With the release of a new Netflix documentary entitled The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes looming, Anthony Summers recently published an article on the case in Vanity Fair magazine and now Don McGovern provides the missing fact checking of that article in correcting the record with respect to the dubious Agnes Flanagan story of the stuffed tiger toy.

    Written on Saturday, 09 April 2022 15:58

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