State of Texas v. Lee Harvey Oswald (plus Alec Baldwin)

The courtroom drama that never had a chance to occur will now be held live…hosted by the South Texas College of Law, featuring stellar legal talent and world-renowned J.F.K. assassination experts.

It happens Nov. 16-17.  Fans of history and courtroom drama will be treated to an insightful and entertaining mock trial, in which a Harris County judge, prosecutors, and defense attorneys try the landmark case: State of Texas v. Lee Harvey Oswald using 21st century techniques in front of Harris County jurors.

And Alec Baldwin–the Alec Baldwin–will speak at the reception about “Why the JFK Assassination Remains Important.” I don’t know about you but I’m going.

Register here.

 

 

2 comments

  1. Tim Smith says:

    Didn’t Walt Brown write the book on this issue back in the 90’s? I read it and thought it was quite good and dealt with all of the relevant issues in the case. History was put on trial, so why isn’t he involved with this? He just recently finished a 33,000 page Chronology on the assassination, indexed the entire 26 volumes and has read those volumes at least 6 times. Not to reach out to him in some capacity borders on the ridiculous. One of the problems in the critical research community is the politics, jealousy and infighting. In other words, We have met the enemy and they are Us! A sad commentary!

  2. Gerry Simone says:

    I’ve searched for the results of this trial, or must I buy the DVDs? Can JFK Facts say what the conclusion was of that November 2017 mock trial?

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