Displaying items by tag: JFK ASSASSINATION

Saturday, 26 June 2021 20:00

Morley v. CIA

Recognizing the significant contributions to JFK research made by mainstream journalist Jefferson Morley, Jim DiEugenio reviews his recent e-book, Morley v. CIA: My Unfinished JFK Investigation, and traces the history of George Joannides involvement with the CIA and the DRE dating back to the time of the JFK assassination and beyond.

Thursday, 03 June 2021 06:00

Zero Fail: Déjà vu All Over Again

Vince Palamara laments the resurrection of the “Kennedy ordered the Secret Service off of the back of the limousine” myth in Carol Leonnig’s new book Zero Fail and details some bizarre shenanigans happening on his Amazon author page as her book was released.

Aaron Good continues his review of Adam Curtis’ Can’t Get You Out of My Head with Part 2, which explores how Curtis relies heavily on Kerry Thornley in developing his bizarre take on “conspiracy theories” and then omits, distorts, and cherry picks facts to present his interminable exploration of our current dystopia.

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Monday, 24 May 2021 05:00

The Ordeal of Malcolm Perry

Using recent evidence discovered by Rob Couteau, Jim DiEugenio revisits the experiences of Parkland Hospital Dr. Malcolm Perry regarding the anterior neck wound he observed in President Kennedy and the concerted and persistent efforts to manipulate his testimony and obscure the clear evidence of a frontal entrance wound.

Now that the April 26, 2021, deadline in the Trump executive order extending the review period for the remaining JFK records has passed, Mark Adamczyk discusses the possible next steps in attempting to hold the government accountable for complying with the 1992 JFK Records Collection Act.

Jim DiEugenio reviews Michael Marcades’ second edition of his book about his mother Rose Cherami, who predicted Kennedy’s assassination before it happened.

Randy Robertson responds to the rebuttal of his review of Josiah Thompson’s book Last Second in Dallas (LSD) authored by Gary Aguilar MD, Doug Desalles MD, and Bill Simpich, in an attempt to correct their errors and egregious false claims.

Friday, 23 April 2021 06:14

Bending the Story on a Bent Bullet

Milicent Cranor uncovers serious issues with Dr. Gary Aguilar, Dr. Douglas DeSalles, and Bill Simpich’s assessment of Navy doctor James Young and Dr. Randy Robertson in their article entitled Summary of Robertson’s Salient Mistakes. She attempts to set the record straight, while at the same time emphasizing the importance of this obscure piece of evidence regarding the “bent bullet.”

Jefferson Morley and Rex Bradford, at:  Just Security

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