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.

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.

Saturday, 14 August 2021 22:00

Kennedy’s Avenger?

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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.

Friday, 13 August 2021 18:53

Kennedy, Cuba, and the “War of the Sands”

Bruce Riedel, at:  Brookings

Friday, 13 August 2021 18:50

When to admit you're wrong: JFK's lessons for Joe Biden

Matthew Rozsa, at:  Salon

Wednesday, 11 August 2021 04:00

Exposing the FPCC, Part 2

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In Part 2, Paul Bleau concludes his in-depth examination of the history of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee by analyzing the various links across the failed JFK plots and then tracing the connections to the various frame-up artists and their propaganda contributions.

Monday, 09 August 2021 20:14

Jim DiEugenio on the Assassinations of the 60's, Parts 3 & 4

Saturday, 07 August 2021 19:53

Exposing the FPCC, Part 1

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Paul Bleau traces in depth the history of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, its monitoring and manipulation by the FBI and CIA, and Oswald’s connection to it from 1962 on, in this two part essay.

Further clarification from Mark Adamczyk on how the delays authorized by President Trump were based on a memo whose reading of the original JFK Act was erroneous and in clear violation of the law.

Oliver Stone’s interview with Paris Match, translation provided courtesy of Bill Simpich via Google translate.

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