Tag Archive for full disclosure

Orville Nix and the film he took of JFK’s assassination

A man with a story people didn’t want to hear–or see.

Orville’s granddaughter, Gayle Jackson Nix, is suing for the return of the original Nix film.

State of the JFK case in 2016

Yesterday, November 22, I talked JFK for an hour with WIOD talk radio host Fernand Amandi and friends David Talbot and Bill Simpich. David talked about JFK in the Age of Trump. Bill talked about What We Know Now. I offered some thoughts about what we might learn in October 2017. Listen here.

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If we can do it for Argentina, why not for JFK?

I can announce that the U.S. Government will declassify even more documents from that period including, for the first time, military and intelligence records, because I believe we have a responsibility to confront the past with honesty and transparency.”

So said President Obama last March. Today, the White House announced the U.S. government will release five hundred more US government documents from 14 U.S. agencies related to the American support for Argentina’s bloody military dictatorship between 1975 and 1984.

Let’s do the same for JFK. Two dozen JFK authors and investigators have asked Obama to endorse the same principle when it comes to the U.S. government documents–which including military and intelligence records–related to the assassination of President Kennedy. Read more

Open letter on full JFK disclosure in 2017

The following is an open letter from 22 JFK authors and investigators recently sent to the White House General Counsel . The letter calls for full enforcement of JFK Records Act in October 2017.

We will post the White House response when we receive it.

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Will Trump continue the JFK cover-up? (part 2)

A couple of weeks ago, I suggested  that President-elect Trump does not want to go down in history as the president who continued the JFK cover-up, which is now in its 53rd year.

Two readers responded.

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October 26, 2017: Mark the date for full JFK disclosure

October 26, 2017 is about 11 months away. Why is this date important? Because it’s the 25th anniversary of the passage of the JFK Records Collection Act of 1992. But the significance goes beyond the normal anniversary nostalgia. Here is a section from the JFK Records Act:

An important update from MaryFerrell.org. Share it on social media. Read more

On November 22, what do we mean by full JFK disclosure?

WIODDavid Talbot, Bill Simpich and I, will be talking about the JFK story on Miami’s WIOD talk radio on Tuesday November 22 from 11am to noon, Eastern Time.

I promise a theory-free discussion. We will only be talking about the facts of November 22.

With host Fernand Amandi, we will make the point that the JFK story is not some ancient historical debate but a live political issue in the new maelstorm of American politics. I will talk about why full JFK disclosure is coming in 2017. What does that mean? You can tune in here.

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On the 53rd anniversary, full JFK disclosure is coming

As we have learned, huge news stories can grow, mature and break right under  the noses of uncomprehending mainstream news reporters. So it is with the JFK story.

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JFK authors, investigators call for release of secret assassination files

jfk-2017-artA diverse group of JFK authors and investigators have called on the Obama and Trump administrations to order the CIA and other federal agencies to declassify all secret JFK files in their entirely by October 2017.

[Click Here for Open Letter on JFK Records]

The JFK records will pose an early test of the open government policies of Donald Trump. The president-elect has espoused the baseless and debunked conspiracy theory that the father of Senator Ted Cruz was somehow involved in JFK’s assassination.

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Meet Roger Stone, Trump’s JFK conspiracy guru

Roger Stone

Roger Stone, Trump adviser and JFK theoretician

The next president has at least one thing in common with his predecessor, John F. Kennedy: a taste for the conquest of women.

In JFK’s day this was regarded, by men and women alike, as inevitable, permissible, and no one’s business, at least among wealthy white males. Kennedy came to the White House in 1960 exercising the droit de seigneur of the French aristocratic court. The king could have any woman he pleased and she should be pleased to be gotten. We can be sure that JFK spoke often of grabbing them by the you know what. Read more

Donald Trump, shapeshifter 

We no longer have a public, but rather multiple publics, each reinforcing its own preconceived notions.

Source: Donald Trump, Shapeshifter : Democracy Journal

POGO: ‘Its our government’

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How to make the next president more accountable

“The issues raised by [Secretary Clinton’s] emails are not new, but the political climate and ongoing wave of media attention to the issue has led to a heightened public attention to the government’s digital records preservation policies.”

People expect digital transparency from the government. When they don’t get it…..

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The CREST files: public pressure cracks open the CIA’s vaults

Addicts of espionage and scholars of mayhem will be pleased.

So will advocates of open government and defenders of digital freedom

The CIA’s long restricted CREST database is going to go online, thanks to a lawsuit.

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The house that Angleton built

Angleton home

Boyhood home of James Jesus Angleton.

This is the house on Washington Street in Boise Idaho where James Angleton lived when he was a boy. From such a modest start, Angleton went on to become one of the most powerful men in the U.S. government during the Cold War.

I have just finished writing the first true biography of Angleton, to be published next year by St. Martin’s Press. It is not only the story of the man but of the secret empire he built within the CIA.

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