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JFK Facts podcast: 28 pages on 9/11, another Dallas nightmare, and more…

Our 7th podcast. This week we discuss:

    • What declassified 9/11 pages and withheld JFK records share in common
    • The pernicious function of secrecy
    • A new Dallas nightmare
    • Full government disclosure and the question of meaning in the JFK story
    • Digging into the present by exposing the past
    • Professor Joan Mellen’s 13 September publication date for her new book on LBJ and Mac Wallace in the Robber Baron Culture of Texas, Faustian Bargains
    • The Kennedy Tapes, Inside the White House During the Cuban Missile Crisis
    • Averting ‘The Final Failure’ and The Week the World Stood Still by former John F. Kennedy Presidential Library Historian, Sheldon M. Stern
    • One Hell of a Gamble by Aleksandr Fursenko and Timothy Naftali

 

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Billy Sol Estes leaves the stage; claimed LBJ killed JFK (and others)

Billy Sol Estes, cover boy for complex crimes

Billy Sol Estes, the infamous Texan con man who made multiple visits to prison after his complex web of mortgage fraud and agriculture swindles came to light in the early 1960s, died May 14, in Granbury, Texas, at age 88. (As if on cue, Mother Nature unleashed a tornado on Granbury the very next day, killing six people.)

Among Estes’ legacies: the allegation that Lyndon Johnson orchestrated the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

 

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