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John Barbour on ‘The 2nd Assassination of President John F. Kennedy’

In The American Media, narrated by Barbour and produced by Myra Bronstein, Garrison’s story is told once again, this time with an emphasis on the tragic double-cross of an NBC producer who deceptively, and without Barbour’s input, doctored Barbour’s interview with Garrison so that Garrison states a foolish belief that there were 30 shooters in Dealey Plaza.

Source: REVIEW: The American Media – The 2nd Assassination of President John F. Kennedy: The Garrison Tapes, Part Two

 

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Celebrating Jim Garrison at UNLV

@UNLV, January 31

From Dick Russell, via News From Underground, comes word of an evening about New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison, hero of the movie “JFK,” on Jan. 31 at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

I doubt the evening will be “the last word,” but the event is sure to be informative, especially for those who haven’t decided whether Garrison was truly a hero, or something of a scoundrel.

And if the proceedings get too heavy for you, it sounds like comedian Richard Belzer may crack a few jokes.

My view of Jim Garrison is this:  Read more