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Readers weigh in: JFK video you should watch: Gerald McKnight


JD recommends Episode 33 from Black Op Radio’s series “50 Reasons for 50 Years,” in which Professor Gerald D. McKnight discusses the Warren Commission’s reaction to the rumor that Oswald was an FBI informant.

The trouble with the Warren Commmision

Historian Gerald McKnight, author of “Breach of Trust: How the Warren Commision Failed and Why,” talks to Len Osanic at Black Ops Radio in this video:

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How the Warren Commission misrepresented JFK witnesses


JFK researcher Walt Brown talks to Len Osanic about the Warren Commission’s curious and selective use of witnesses, including:

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‘One man’s journey into JFK and the major media’

How and why I started investigating the JFK assassination story and what I learned along the way:

“The issue isn’t conspiracy. Its transparency.”

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The Joannides story explained: ‘We have not had a proper investigation’

A reader comments on something I said in “One man’s journey in the Kennedy assassination.”

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Fact check: Was a Mauser found in the Texas School Book Depository?


In this installment of the often excellent “50 Reasons for 50 Years,” Len Osanic says yes. I think the evidence says no. Decide for yourself.  Read more