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 (firstname.lastname@example.org.) 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
I’m not a fan of the History Channel’s new JFK documentary series, at least of the one episode I’ve seen. But this History Channel article is much better than I expected: 9 Things You May Not Know About the Warren Commission – History Lists
Dan and I will be talking with Bob Baer, the ex-CIA officer who is host of the History Channel’s docu-series “JFK Declassified.” The conversation happens at 11:30 ET on Fernand Amandi’s talk radio show in Miami
You can tune in here.