Displaying items by tag: JFK ASSASSINATION

In this book review, Jeff Carter examines Eric Tagg's Brush With History: A Day in the Life of Deputy E.R. Walthers, which takes a close look at an under-examined Dallas Deputy Sheriff who played a pivotal role on November 22, 1963.

Friday, 07 June 2024 22:32

A Tribute to Cyril Wecht, MD, JD

The research community has lost a giant – one of its most legendary figures – with the death of the eminent Dr. Cyril Wecht. Dr. David Mantik has penned this tribute.

Friday, 07 June 2024 15:27

JFK Assassination Chokeholds

Turn to this page as it tells the reader about the book, its authors, and it contains reviews and clips about this fine new volume by five distinguished authors.

Attorney Mark Adamczyk examines some recent and quite interesting proclamations on the JFK case made by conservative commentators Tucker Carlson and Judge Napolitano that somehow were predictably ignored by the MSM.

Sara Jordan-Heintz, the writer who started the Kilgallen revival back in 2007, now offers a book on the death of the famed reporter and TV personality, and her work on the JFK case.

Wednesday, 08 May 2024 11:41

JFK at Sixty

featuring Gary Aguilar, BIll Simpich and the Peace Speech, a talk in San Francisco sponsored by Rossmoor TV, Friends of the Mt. Diablo Peace and Justice Center.

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In part two, Johnny Cairns shows how all quarters objected to the Dallas Police and DA convicting Oswald in the press when he had no attorney to reply. These critics included the ACLU, Percy Foreman, the American Bar Association, the New York TImes, and even J. Edgar Hoover and the Warren Commission.

Johnny Cairns exposes the wildly unethical and irresponsible behavior of the Dallas law authorities, behavior which deprived Lee Oswald of any possibility of a fair trial, — and ultimately took his life away.

Tuesday, 30 April 2024 07:27

The Tippit Tapes: A Re-examination

In a new examination of the Dallas Police tapes, John Washburn demonstrates how it is almost a certainty that the tapes have been altered, and altered in a way that indicates a deliberate cover up for malignant reasons.

Tuesday, 23 April 2024 18:51

Four Died Trying, Chapter One

Former history professor Jerry Fresia comments on the first installment of the distinguished series by Libby Handros and John Kirby on the four major assassinations of the sixties, the circumstances surrounding them, and their impact on history.

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