The story of how the U.S. Attorney in Washington DC made a small but significant change to the government’s accounting of the whereabouts of undercover CIA officer George Joannides in 1963 was the most viewed JFK Facts story for the week of March 6-13.
That story, like popular stories about Douglas Horne’s take on the medical evidence and sound engineer Ed Primeau’s work on the Air Force One tapes, is based on granular examination of facts and their pattern.
It seems that readers want evidence, not theories.
Here are the top 5 stories of the week.
- U.S. Attorney walks back a JFK story (March 6, 2014 )
- Would JFK medical evidence be admissible in a court of law? (March 8, 2014)
- Ex-flame says Jack Ruby ‘had no choice’ but to kill Oswald (March 21, 2013)
- What’s the most important piece of JFK assassination evidence to surface in recent years? (March 10, 2014)
- 21 cops who heard a grassy knoll shot (March 11, 2014)