Displaying items by tag: JFK ASSASSINATION

Thursday, 11 January 2024 14:49

Hugh Aynesworth is Dead: The Grinch is Gone

Jim DiEugenio chronicles the horrendous career of the late Hugh Aynesworth and his reporting on the JFK case. It is a sorry sight to behold and tells us much about modern American journalism and its role in covering up the murder of President Kennedy.

These are Doug Horne’s comments and a link to his review of Sean Fetter’s two volume book. Jim DiEugenio’s review of Fetter’s work will follow at a later time.

Friday, 05 January 2024 14:10

House of Omission

Matt Douthit examines the omissions made in the National Geographic 3-part series on the 60th anniversary of JFK’s Murder.

Dr. Gary Aguilar examines and evaluates the evidence in the Paramount Plus special exposing the deceptions surrounding the false claims of the House Select Committee on the exit hole in the rear of Kennedy’s skull.

Tuesday, 19 December 2023 10:11

Counterpunch is at it Again

Counterpunch is at it again, smearing President Kennedy on civil rights, Indochina and the economy. We correct the record on all three.

Sunday, 17 December 2023 15:15

Nicholas Nalli and the JFK Case, Part 2

Gary Aguilar and Cyril Wecht continue their explorations of the errors of Nick Nalli and his uses of faulty scientific models and precedents in the JFK field.

Through a 17-year old book by Nicholas Lemann, that liberal magazine tries to distort President Kennedy’s views and his record on civil rights, which radically differed from Eisenhower’s.

Doug Horne replies to John Tunheim, James Carville and Al Hunt.

Published in News Items

Knott Laboratory, Stan Stool and John Orr prove the Single Bullet Theory is not applicable, thus the Warren Commission and Dale Myers are wrong.

Published in News Items
Thursday, 30 November 2023 14:52

Part 5 of 6: The Rifle and the Ammunition

Scottish researcher Johnny Cairns outlines 60 reasons disproving the official Warren Commission conclusions.

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