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‘The Parkland Doctors’ get greenlighted by the crowd

Bill Garnet and the producers of the documentary film, “The Parkland Doctors” send word via the crowd-sourcing site Indiegogo that they have achieved 103 percent of their $50,000 funding goal.

In other words, this important film about the seven doctors who tried to save JFK’s life will get made. I’m looking forward to it.

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‘The Parkland Doctors’: the men who tried to save JFK’s life

Last week, I gave $63 on Indiegogo to support completion of this documentary, “The Parkland Doctors.” I hope you will do the same. Bringing together all these doctors to recount their experience in simple factual style will help complete and clarify the historical record of JFK’s assassination.

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Another donor to ‘The Parkland Doctors’

Bradford writes: “Just donated $63.00 [to fund the documentary “The Parkland Doctors.”] . If we all chip in what we can, this film project will become a reality and help to spread the truth.”

Watch the trailer for this important project:

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Eve Ensler on ‘Project Unspeakable’

The famous playwright (“The Vagina Monologues”) explains why she’s supporting the stage version of James Douglass’ book “JFK and the Unspeakable.”


‘The most exciting development so far…’

from a reader at Indiegogo:

“JFK Facts is the most exciting development so far in the crowded and often confusing rush to explain the Kennedy assassination as we near Year 50.”

Support JFK Facts via Indiegogo.com

Indiegogo LogoWelcome to JFK Facts. We are dedicated to elevating media coverage and discussion of the JFK assassination story, educating the young, and the curious, and demanding press the release of still-secret government records on JFK’s assassination. If you share these goals, consider supporting us.

Check out Jeff Morley’s introductory video on Indiegogo,com, the crowd-funding Web site. All donations are tax-deductible.

Share the Indiegogo.com link with anybody interested the memory and meaning of JFK’s life and death.