Displaying items by tag: JFK ASSASSINATION

Jim DiEugenio reviews Russell Kent's new book JFK Medical Betrayal: Where The Evidence Lies.

Canadian podcaster and radio host Eloise Boies interviewed Oliver Stone and Jim DiEugenio last October at Oliver's home in Los Angeles about the documentary and book JFK Revisited. In a probing dialague she gets into the how, why and impact of the JFK murder.

Wednesday, 11 January 2023 11:39

A Narrative is Debunked

Gerry Simone debunks a "debunking article" on Oswald's alleged Mexico City trip published on The Conversation website.

James DiEugenio takes a critical look into Gus Russo's background and his claim that there was nothing of value in any of the JFK materials ever released.

Tuesday, 20 December 2022 21:51

David Lifton Has Passed On

David S. Lifton, author of Best Evidence and a lifelong researcher into the assassination of JFK, has died. Jim DiEugenio has this remembrance.

Sunday, 18 December 2022 22:15

Tucker Carlson and JFK

Robert Kennedy Jr. said this Tucker Carlson show is the most courageous broadcast in sixty years. It proclaims the murder of JFK was a CIA coup d'etat, one from which America has not recovered. Watch it here.

In this review of a new book called The Oswalds, James Norwood makes it clear that in spite of a direct and personal connection to his subject, author Paul Gregory relies heavily on discredited evidence to make the case that Oswald really was the lone assassin of JFK.

Thursday, 01 December 2022 19:22

JFK Assassination Records – A Watershed Moment?

A new lawsuit aimed at forcing the President and the National Archives to finally release JFK assassination records, as required by law, is before the courts. Mark E. Adamczyk, Esq., explains the issues involved.

Wednesday, 30 November 2022 19:43

Mel Ayton's The Kennedy Assassinations: A Review

A new book by Mel Ayton is the latest in a long line of titles that try, in spite of overwhelming evidence to the contrary, to show that the Warren Commission was right, after all. The book is reviewed here by Jim DiEugenio.

Thursday, 17 November 2022 19:24

Worse Than I Thought: A Mother In History

This follow-up to an earlier article is a deep and disturbing dive into the source material of Jean Stafford's 1966 profile of Marguerite Oswald, A Mother In History. As John Kelin discovered, the book is false and misleading, almost start-to-finish.

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