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I beat the CIA three times in the 2nd highest court in the land. Then this happened

Why sue the CIA for JFK files?

The JFK story is soooo complicated

[Ed. note Sorry for the broken link. Here’s the video again.]

Actually, Morley v. CIA is simplifying the case. Now we know where some key JFK files can be found.

What is Morley v. CIA all about?

‘Science of Spying’: How the MSM covered the CIA back in the day

On the deathbed contortions of Howard Hunt


This is an edited version of Howard Hunt’s much-touted “deathbed confession” about the assassination of JFK.

Hunt insinuates, without supporting evidence, that certain CIA officers and Lyndon Johnson were involved in the killing of President Kennedy.

On the one hand, Hunt, ringleader of the Watergate burglars, knew the underbelly of American power as well as anyone. What he says about November 22 is provocative, and not implausible.

On the other hand… Read more

What Trump and the CIA are still concealing: the George Joannides files

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ZR-RIFLE and the assassination of JFK

A talk by Bill Simplich and Larry Hancock about the CIA’s assassinaton program.

Classic Angleton: on the Cold War, detente, and assassination

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New footage of Jack Ruby surfaces

It’s from 1960, as D magazine explains.


Why did Ruby kill Lee Harvey Oswald? Here’s what a friend said.

From Truthstream, a caustic appraisal of JFK files coverage

Truthstream captures the rote quality of much of the recent media coverage of the JFK file release.  Read more

Secret JFK files shed new light on CIA monitoring and manipulation of Oswald

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‘What we learned last week was the assassination of JFK remains a sensitive issue at the top of the U.S. government’

I was on the air Sunday night with the excellent Bruce Dumont. He is host of the “Beyond The Beltway” syndicated radio show, hosted by the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago. I say he’s excellent because of his concise statement that the issue here is the rule of law. Listen.

The unknown role of James Angleton in the events of 1963

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RIP Dick Gregory, the man who brought the Zapruder film to national TV

The late comedian provided one immense service his country. In 1975, Dick Gregory, along with Robert Groden, enabled the American people to see the assassination of President Kennedy for the first time. The broadcast prompted the U.S. Congress to reopen the investigation of the assassination.