Displaying items by tag: WARREN COMMISSION

Saturday, 30 October 2021 16:35

Alecia Long Lays an Egg

Nearly 55 years after the New Orleans inquiry into the JFK assassination began, yet another character assassination of Jim Garrison has been published, Alecia Long’s Cruising for Conspirators, so Jim DiEugenio diligently documents how the LSU history professor ignores a preponderance of ARRB evidence released in the last 30 years and instead relies upon the outdated and biased Clay Shaw apologia, American Grotesque, to smear Garrison and his investigation.

Mike Barnes, at:  Hollywood Reporter

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Saturday, 23 October 2021 18:17

Revising the JFK Cover Up: via Malcolm Blunt

Utilizing new research from Malcolm Blunt, Jim DiEugenio catalogs just how pervasive and extensive the JFK assassination cover-up was across the Warren Commission through the machinations of Allen Dulles and Howard Willens, the mainstream media through the reporting of Hugh Aynesworth, Holland McCombs, and Walter Sheridan, and the House Select Committee on Assassinations’ attempt to change the location of the JFK head wound and to obscure the connections of Oswald with Guy Banister and Cuban exiles in New Orleans.

Johnny Cairns continues his multi-part reexamination of the key evidence against Lee Harvey Oswald in the assassination of JFK by reviewing the discovery, photography, and chain of custody of the Mannlicher-Carcano shells and the dubious identification of fingerprints belonging to Oswald.

Saturday, 14 August 2021 22:00

Kennedy’s Avenger?

Jim DiEugenio reviews Dan Abrams latest book, Kennedy’s Avenger, by highlighting what it got right, correcting what it got wrong, and exposing the crucial aspects of the case that it simply left out or ignored.

Johnny Cairns continues his multi-part reexamination of the key evidence against Lee Harvey Oswald in the assassination of JFK by reviewing the chain of custody on CE 399 and the putative discovery of a palm print on the rifle.

Saturday, 17 July 2021 19:30

Last Second in Dallas, part 1

Jim DiEugenio writes part 1 of his mixed review of Josiah Thompson’s new book on the JFK case, Last Second in Dallas, by summarizing the first-person journey, recounted by Thompson, that led to his first book, Six Seconds in Dallas, and then discussing the troubling history of the media and scientific forces aligned to derail further investigations, including Jim Garrison’s.

Challenging the lynch pin of the Warren Commission case, Benjamin Cole demolishes the tumbling single magic-bullet theory by reexamining the physical evidence, namely President Kennedy’s shirt, Governor Connally’s shirt and jacket, and the relevant Zapruder film frames, and revisiting the testimonies of the Connallys and that of Connally’s surgeon Dr. Robert Shaw.

Monday, 05 July 2021 20:00

Lee Harvey Oswald’s Cold War

Jim DiEugenio reviews Greg Parker’s unusual, provocative, and insightful two-volume work entitled Lee Harvey Oswald’s Cold War and traces the Cold War timeline and progression through the early life of Lee Harvey Oswald prior to his “defection” to the Soviet Union in October, 1959.

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