Displaying items by tag: JFK ASSASSINATION

Sunday, 14 April 2024 02:47

Under Cover of Night, by Sean Fetter

This review of Sean Fetter's Under Cover of Night explains how it descends from the book Murder From Within, contains weakly supported assertions, and is packed with personal attacks.

Our own Johnny Cairns exposes MSM author and playwright Deanne Stillman’s attempt to caricature Lee Oswald and his mother in a non-referenced and ill-informed book that is anything but confidential.

Oliver Stone and Jim DiEugenio to talk about the JFK Act, JFK Revisited and the new book The JFK Assassination Chokeholds with host Richard Syrett.

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Saturday, 02 March 2024 03:56

New book on the HSCA by Tim Smith

In his new book titled Hidden in Plain Sight, Tim Smith describes and analyzes the evidence in the public testimony of the House Select Committee public hearings, the last investigation. Did it prove what the Committee said it did?

Bolden was the first African American Secret Service Agent assigned to a presidential detail.

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Sunday, 18 February 2024 11:36

Our Lady of the Warren Commission: Part 2/2

Was Oswald at the scene of the Walker shooting? The two main eyewitnesses said he was not. And what was so hard for Ruth about calling an attorney?

Sunday, 18 February 2024 10:31

Our Lady of the Warren Commission: Part 1/2

Johnny Cairns reports on a long sit down, completely set up interview between Ruth Paine and her oh so friendly and uninquisitive host, Thomas Mallon.

Thursday, 01 February 2024 11:32

Oswald in Japan: How the CIA Deceived Congress

Chad Nagle explores a relatively ignored aspect of Lee Oswald’s life: his activities in the Far East while in the service. Was there something there that was ignored?

Jeff Carter shows why Oliver Stone and so many others owe a debt of gratitude to Fletcher Prouty for excavating Kennedy’s Vietnam withdrawal plan, and why the MSM despised him for doing so.

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.

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