Santa Rosa’s Ruth Paine spoke of her experience living with Lee Harvey Oswald and his wife to a group in Rincon Valley Wednesday.
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James Files is a convicted criminal who claims he shot JFK. The documentary, “I Killed JFK,” promises to tell his story “for the first time.” In fact, Files’ story has been told many times, most recently on the Chicago stage.
I think the History Channel needs to hear from more people about “JFK Declassified.” Here’s what you can do. Read more
Most saliently, Reporting on the Kennedy Assassination offers an intimate look at Oltmans’s collaboration with de Mohrenschildt on the book that would later become Lee Harvey Oswald as I Knew Him, and at the circumstances surrounding de Mohrenschildt’s death and his possible implication in Oswald’s actions.
Twenty four hours after I first started making inquiries about History Channel’s mysteriously delayed documentary series, “JFK Declassified,” I have only received automated replies from HC’s Twitter account, @History, and their customer relations line (email@example.com.) Read more
After two episodes the History Channel documentary series JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald, seems to have ceased. The third installment of the six-part series, scheduled for release on Tuesday, has not appeared on the History Channel web site. I’ve asked History Channel for comment. If you have relevant information, drop me a note.
Persistence pays. Eventually the thought police will back off, especially if you have tenacious counsel like Brad Kizzia.
A look at how reasonable doubt about the JFK story feeds irrational fears. Read more
Be the first among your friends to pre- order this book and you will not be sorry. Read more
Listen as Baer, the decorated ex-CIA man, tells host Fernand Amandi his theory that “Castro Sorta Done It”
Morley, author of a forthcoming biography of CIA spymaster James Angleton, replies the History Channel series “JFK Declassified” lacks balance, at least so far.
A reader, Richard, notes the most interesting observation made by CIA man Robert Baer in the otherwise disappointing “JFK Declassified.”
In a piece for the Daily Beast, How the KGB Duped Oliver Stone, Max Holland argues that an article published in an Italian newspaper in 1967 was a KGB disinformation operation that convinced the American people and Oliver Stone that JFK was killed by a CIA conspiracy.
There are many problems with this claim. I’ll just mention four. Read more