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History Channel’s ‘JFK’: same old, same old

Readers Zandalf writes about the History Channel’s JFK Declassified.

“This new show seems to be another attempt to unveil the “hidden truths” about the JFK murder, yet it also seems to be yet another distraction from the facts. For whatever reason, and to someone’s perverted fear (the deep state’s?), the real truths remain in shadows, obfuscated by propagandists. Same old, same old…”

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JFK Facts Podcast: What will the History Channel say about JFK and CIA?

Alan and I talked about the upcoming History Channel’s JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald, a six-part docu-series on Kennedy assassination story, which begins Tuesday, April 25th. Based on what I know, I have mixed feelings about the show.

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History Channel, CIA officer to examine ‘The Declassified Oswald;” The Internet will be fact-checking

JFK DeclassifiedThe History Channel’s upcoming documentary series, “JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald” sounds enticing. A videogenic and decorated former CIA operations officer Robert Baer revisits the secret intelligence dimensions of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Baer is not the worst choice for a guide to the JFK story. He is an incisive commentator on CIA affairs, and no apologist. He rejects torture and expresses skepticism on drones. He comes across as a thinking man’s intelligence officer. (The fact that George Clooney played Baer in the movie Syriana gives him a whiff of Cool Liberal cologne.) Read more

9 things you may not know about the Warren Commission

From the History Channel: 9 Things You May Not Know About the Warren Commission.

History Channel poll finds ‘shockingly high’ belief in a JFK conspiracy

The History Channel has announced it will air what it calls “the definitive guide to JFK’s assassination,” based in part on a new poll of thousands of Americans, which found 71 percent of Americans reject the official theory of JFK’s murder.

“Public skepticism of the so-called ‘Lone Gunman Theory,’ supported by the Warren Commission in 1964, is shockingly high,” the History Channel says.

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