Tuesday, 20 April 2021 03:26

A Slice of Time: Review of Josiah Thompson’s Last Second in Dallas

Written by Milicent Cranor

Milicent Cranor determines that, despite its flaws, Last Second in Dallas is a stimulating book about an eternal puzzle concerning the confounding details of this monumental murder. Josiah Thompson’s book is rich in detail and a lot of it is factual and not well-known.

Sunday, 18 April 2021 23:00

Bill and Ed's Washington Adventure

Written by James DiEugenio

Jim DiEugenio documents that intervention by the CIA—and other federal bureaus—on behalf of Clay Shaw and against Jim Garrison was actively sought by Shaw’s defense, and as early as May of 1967, was officially approved by the CIA, and later, other agencies. (From the archives of Probe Magazine)

Sunday, 18 April 2021 23:00

Inside Clay Shaw's Defense Team: The Wegmann Files

Written by James DiEugenio

Jim DiEugenio outlines and hints at who and what was involved in the defense of Clay Shaw against Jim Garrison. The reader will note that the trail seems to lead above New Orleans and into higher echelons of power in Washington, D.C. (From the archives of Probe Magazine)

Saturday, 17 April 2021 23:00

Fred Litwin Smooches Clay Shaw’s Lawyers

Written by James DiEugenio

Jim DiEugenio calls into question the credibility of Fred Litwin’s primary sources for his book On the Trail of Delusion by exposing the clear deceptions of Clay Shaw’s lawyers regarding Shaw’s long-standing connection to the Central Intelligence Agency.

Saturday, 17 April 2021 17:50

Fred Litwin on the Facts of the JFK Case

Written by Matt Douthit

Matt Douthit reviews Fred Litwin’s book, I Was a Teenage JFK Conspiracy Freak, chapter-by-chapter with respect to the facts of the case as they stand today.

Thursday, 08 April 2021 03:32

Attorney Richard A. Sprague — the ‘fearless, fearsome, and feared’ giant of the Philadelphia legal world — has died at 95

Jeremy Roebuck, at:  The Philadelphia Inquirer

Tuesday, 06 April 2021 00:40

Deep Fake Politics: Getting Adam Curtis Out of Your Head

Written by Aaron Good

Aaron Good shares Part 1 of his review of Adam Curtis’ Can’t Get You Out of My Head, which examines the problems with Curtis’ view of postwar US hegemony and his obscurantist tendencies regarding US monetary policy and international finance.

Saturday, 03 April 2021 16:49

Biden, Trump, the CIA: Reflections in a Dark Mirror, Nixon vs. Helms, 1971

Written by Benjamin Cole

With the looming October deadline for President Biden’s decision on the release of the remaining files from the JFK Records Act, Benjamin Cole reviews President Trump’s recent history with the National Security State and revisits President Nixon’s interactions with CIA director Richard Helms with implications toward the JFK assassination.

Saturday, 27 March 2021 17:51

Tom Bethell: A Study in Duplicity

Written by James DiEugenio

Jim DiEugenio takes the occasion of Tom Bethell’s recent passing to review his literary career and especially his intriguing early connections to the JFK assassination research community and work on the Jim Garrison investigation.

Monday, 22 March 2021 06:59

Martin Luther King's Son Says: James Earl Ray didn't kill MLK!

Written by Lisa Pease

Martin Luther King’s Son Says: James Earl Ray didn’t kill MLK! by Lisa Pease.

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