Part 4 of 5 of British researcher Martin Hay's review of Gerald Posner's 1993 book Case Closed.
Part 3 of 5 of British researcher Martin Hay's review of Gerald Posner's 1993 book Case Closed.
Part 2 of 5 of British researcher Martin Hay's review of Gerald Posner's 1993 book Case Closed.
British researcher Martin Hay does a complete review of Gerald Posner's 1993 book Case Closed. After a very long examination he concludes that, in light of new evidence, the book is even worse now than it was then. This is likely the most complete critique of Posner in the literature. This is Part 1 of 5.
We present here the introduction to the play by Stanley Marks about the assassination of President Kennedy. This may be the only play ever written dealing in dramatic stagecraft form with the plotting, and the effects of Kennedy's assassination. Rob Couteau has spent years in uncovering the works of the late author Mr. Marks, and now has added to that collection with this singular play. He therefore does the honors of introducing this work by a near forgotten author.
Thursday, 20 April 2023 15:18

Sy Hersh Falls on his Face Again, Pt. 2

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In Part 2, Jim DiEugenio continues his undressing of Sy Hersh. This time by using the work of John Newman, Lisa Pease and David Talbot to expose the prevarications of his source Sam Halpern, on both Bobby Kennedy and Charles Ford and the plots to kill Castro. We also look at the dubious claims about a 1962 Italy trip by both men and a final look at the problems with his Nord Stream claims.
Sunday, 16 April 2023 16:32

Assume Nothing about Edward Epstein

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Jim DiEugenio writes a detailed critique about Edward Epstein's new memoir on his writing career. The book probably reveals more than intended. And Jim adds some facts that the author did not include. The combination paints an unattractive portrait.
Saturday, 08 April 2023 06:48

The Kennedy Withdrawal, by Marc Selverstone

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Jim DiEugenio examines Marc Selverstone's attempt to turn President Kennedy into a Cold Warrior, to somehow transform JFK's withdrawal plan in Vietnam into an open-ended commitment, and to absurdly propose that there was no real break in policy from JFK to LBJ.
Jim DiEugenio exposes reporter Arun Starkey and the British alternative online magazine Far Out for completely avoiding the new facts in Oliver Stone's two documentaries: JFK Revisited and JFK: Destiny Betrayed. Instead, Starkey relied on, of all people, Tim Weiner, a line of argument which both Stone and Jim DiEugenio neutralized 2 years ago. Make no mistake, this is about the upcoming 60th anniversary.
Scott Reid, a previous contributor on the Kirknewton Incident and David Christensen, does a review of the Walker shooting. He points out, among other issues, that the so-called Walker note may not have been written in relation to General Walker.
Sy Hersh is making the rounds with another of his "scoops", this time on the Nord Stream explosions. Those hosting him should recall his sorry record in this regard: Osama bin Laden and John F. Kennedy. We sure do.
Friday, 10 March 2023 05:29

Mark Shaw's Fighting for Justice

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Mark Shaw has released yet another “book” purportedly on the JFK assassination and cover-up, making it his fourth in the last seven years on the subject. James DiEugenio elucidates how Shaw makes factual errors, trusts unreliable sources and documents, recycles previously known information and sloughs off the newly declassified documents in his latest “book”.
Paul Bleau reviews James DiEugenio's latest book JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass. He reveals how the sheer amount of information contained in the interviews truly shocked him and concludes that this book is a great reference for those seeking expertise on the JFK assassination.
Lawyer for Sirhan Sirhan has accused the panel of bending to the will of California’s governor, who opposes his parole.
Jerome Corsi and James DiEugenio review Dr. David Mantik's new book The JFK Assassination Decoded: Criminal Forgery in the Autopsy Photographs and X-rays.
Friday, 10 February 2023 08:57

Fred's Flim-Flam

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Matt Douthit reviews Fred Litwin's new “book” titled Oliver Stone's Film-Flam and shows how he gets even the basic facts of the Kennedy case wrong.
Thursday, 02 February 2023 15:27

A Personal Encounter with the Warren Commission

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Chad Nagle recounts his personal experience working with Howard Willens who served as Assistant Counsel to the Warren Commission. In addition to Willens' work on the commission, Chad also looks into his publications on United States policy in Micronesia.
Jim DiEugenio reviews Russell Kent's new book JFK Medical Betrayal: Where The Evidence Lies.

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